NAVEDTRA 43403-C Personnel Qualification Standards for Special Warfare Combatant Crewman

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Naval Education and Training Command

NAVEDTRA 43403-C June 2002

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD FOR

SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) NAME (Rate/Rank)______________________________ DISTRIBUTION STATEMENT B: Distribution authorized to U.S. Government agencies only due to administrative/operational use on 1 June 2002. Other requests for this document must be referred to the Commanding Officer, Naval Education and Training Professional Development and Technology Center, N741, 6490 Saufley Field Road, Pensacola, Florida 32509-5237. DESTRUCTION NOTICE: Destroy by any means that will prevent disclosure of contents or reconstruction of the document.

Although the words “he”, “him,” and “his” are used sparingly in this manual to enhance communication, they are not intended to be gender driven nor to affront or discriminate against anyone reading this material.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 INTRODUCTION-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 SUMMARY OF CHANGES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------7 ACRONYMS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS ----------------------------------------------------------- 13 Safety ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15 General Ordnance Safety Precautions-------------------------------------------------------------- 17 First Aid ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20 Lifesaving Equipment ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 24 Survival ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 25 Physical Fitness Philosophy --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 27 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Organization and Administration------------------------------ 29 Naval Supply ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30 Operational Reports ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31 Security ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 32 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Command and Control ------------------------------------------ 34 Special Operations--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 35 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Characteristics --------------------------------------------- 37 Lookout ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 38 Radio Communication----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 43 Magnetic Compass -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 55 Aids To Navigation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 56 Rules of The Road --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 58 Nautical Charts and Publications --------------------------------------------------------------------- 62 Tides and Currents--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 65 Radar Navigation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 67 Global Positioning System (GPS) -------------------------------------------------------------------- 68 Navigation-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 70 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Handling ----------------------------------------------------- 73 Towing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 75 Anchoring -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 76 Hoisting ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 77 Engineering Logs and Records ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 78 Hand Tools------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 79 Refueling --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 81 Diesel Engine --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 82 Outboard Engine ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 86 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) ------------------------------------------------------------- 88 Prime Mover and Trailer -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 89 Weatherproofing ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 91 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense----------------------------------------- 93 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONT'D) 137 138 139

Page Night Vision Electro-Optical---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 96 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Small Arms--------------------------------------------------------- 97 Surf/Beach Characteristics--------------------------------------------------------------------------- 100

200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223

INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ------------------------------------------------------------------- 103 Craft Communications -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 105 Night Vision Electro Optics (NVEO)---------------------------------------------------------------- 108 Navigation Equipment--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 111 Radar------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 113 Towing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 115 Global Positioning System (GPS) ------------------------------------------------------------------ 117 Raw Water ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 119 Jacket Water -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 121 Bilge and Drainage------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 123 Fuel Oil---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 125 Engine Oil ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 127 Main Propulsion Diesel Engine --------------------------------------------------------------------- 129 Marine Propulsion Gear------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 131 Water Jet Pump----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 133 Main Engine Starting ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 135 Emergency Engine Shutdown----------------------------------------------------------------------- 137 Instrument Panel and Steering---------------------------------------------------------------------- 138 Water Jet ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 140 Direct Current (DC) Power Supply and Distribution -------------------------------------------- 142 Craft Mobility -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 144 Outboard Motor ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 146 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) ----------------------------------------------------------- 149 Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Trailer/Transporter -------------------------------------- 151

300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS-------------------------------------------------------- 153 Line Handler --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 155 Lookout --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 165 Small Arms Operator ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 173 Outboard Motor Operator----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 179 Radio Operator------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 187 Radar Operator ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 199 Navigator ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 211 Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Operator ----------------------------------------------- 225 Coxswain ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 233 Combat Craft Engineer ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 245 Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC)----------------------------------------- 257 Combat Craft Chief Engineer------------------------------------------------------------------------ 265 Petty Officer In Charge (POIC)---------------------------------------------------------------------- 273 Combatant-Craft Patrol Officer---------------------------------------------------------------------- 287

QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY --------------------------------------------------------------- 299 LIST OF REFERENCES --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 303 2

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS: LT(SEAL)

Jim KELZ

Charles CLEMENT

Naval Special Warfare Center, San Diego, CA Naval Special Warfare Command, San Diego, CA Special Boat Squadron 1

ENCM(SWCC/ SW) EMCS(SWCC/ SW) BMCS(SWCC/PJ) ITCS(SWCC/SW/ PJ) OSCS(SWCC/ FPJ) GMC(SWCC/SW) GMC(SWCC/SW)

Perry NAVARRO

Allan FRONTIN Mark SIEWINSKI

Special Boat Squadron 2 Special Boat Unit 22

Jonathan VOLTMER

Special Boat Unit 20

Todd BRUCE Ronald CARPENTER

Special Boat Squadron 1 Naval Small Craft Instruction and Technical Training School, Stennis Space Center, MS Naval Special Warfare Command, San Diego, CA Special Boat Unit 12 Special Boat Unit 20 Naval Special Warfare Center, San Diego, CA Special Boat Unit 20

ENC(SEAL)

Bruce HOLMES

OSC(SWCC/SW) ENC(SWCC/SW) EN1(SWCC/FPJ)

Britt MELAND Robert ROSAS Alonzo BELL

DC1(SWCC/FPJ)

Mark LECLAIR

PQS Development Group personnel who provided direct support for this PQS. AVCM(AW/NAC) ITCS(AW) FCC(SW)

Steven SANDERS Jeff BRASHER Gary STANLEY

BMC(SW) Ms.

Jim PHILLIPS Joyanne C. LANCER

LCPO Production Officer Combat Systems Branch Head/ Workshop Supervisor Assistant Workshop Supervisor Editorial Assistant

The Model Manager for this PQS: COMNAVSPECWARCOM CORONADO CA

DSN 577-3122

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INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM This PQS program is a qualification system for officers and enlisted personnel where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. A PQS is a compilation of the minimum knowledge and skills that an individual must demonstrate in order to qualify to stand watches or perform other specific routine duties necessary for the safety, security or proper operation of a ship, aircraft or support system. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications.

CANCELLATION This Standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA 43403-B/43403-B SAB.

APPLICABILITY This PQS is applicable to all NSW Combatant-Craft Crewmen.

MODEL MANAGER The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community.

TAILORING To command tailor this package, first have it reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals. Delete any portions covering systems and equipment not installed on your ship, aircraft or unit. Next, add any line items, fundamentals, systems and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command but not already covered in this package. Finally, the package should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated representative. Retain the approved master copy on file for use in tailoring individual packages.

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INTRODUCTION (CONT’D) QUALIFIER The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations. Qualifiers will normally be E-5 or above and, as a minimum, must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers, see the PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide.

CONTENTS PQS is divided into three sections. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge from technical manuals and other texts necessary to satisfactorily understand the watchstation/workstation duties. The 200 Section (Systems) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to achieve final PQS qualification for a particular watchstation/workstation. All three sections may not apply to this PQS, but where applicable, detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.

REFERENCES The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop, however, the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard.

NOTES Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. If such references are used, do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified.

TRAINEE Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. Before getting started, turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks. You may be required to complete another PQS, a school, or other watchstations/workstations within this package. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references, contact your supervisor or qualifier. Good luck! 5

INTRODUCTION (CONT’D) PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. When equipment and requirements change, the PQS needs to be revised. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you, the user, telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. You can tell us of new systems and requirements, or of errors you find.

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES CHANGES TO FUNDAMENTALS, SYSTEMS, AND WATCHSTATIONS: Fundamental Title Safety Precautions

Action Modified

General Ordnance Safety Precautions First Aid

Modified

Lifesaving Equipment

Modified

Survival

Modified

Physical Fitness Philosophy

Modified

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Organization and Administration Naval Supply

Modified

Operational Reports

Modified

Security

Modified

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Command and Control Special Operations

Modified

Modified

NSW Craft Characteristics

Modified

Lookout

Modified

Radio Communication

Modified

Magnetic Compass

Modified

Aids To Navigation

Modified

Rules of the Road

Modified

Nautical Charts and Publications Tides and Currents

Modified Modified

Radar Navigation

Modified

Comment Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

Modified

Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references 7

SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) Fundamental Title Global Positioning System (GPS) Navigation

Action Modified

Comment Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Handling Towing

Modified Modified

Anchoring

Modified

Hoisting

Modified

Engineering Logs and Records Hand Tools

Modified Modified

Refueling

Modified

Diesel Engine

Modified

Outboard Engines

Modified

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Prime Mover and Trailer

Modified

Weatherproofing

Modified

Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Defense Night Vision Electro-Optical

Modified

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Small Arms Surf and Beach Characteristics

Modified

Modified

Modified

Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

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SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) System Title Craft Communications

Action Modified

Night Vision Electro Optics (NVEO) Navigation Equipment

Modified

Radar

Modified

Towing

Modified

Global Positioning Systems (GPS) Raw Water

Modified

Jacket Water

Modified

Bilge and Drainage

Modified

Fuel Oil

Modified

Engine Oil

Modified

Main Propulsion Gear

Modified

Marine Propulsion Diesel Engine Water Jet Pump

Modified

Main Engines Starting

Modified

Emergency Engine Shutdown Instrument Panel and Steering Water Jet

Modified

Direct Current (DC) Power Supply and Distribution Craft Mobility

Modified

Outboard Motor

Modified

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Trailer

Modified

Comment Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

Modified

Modified

Modified Modified

Modified

Modified 9

SUMMARY OF CHANGES (CONT’D) Watchstation Title Line Handler

Action Modified

Lookout

Modified

Small Arms Operator

Modified

Outboard Motor Operator

Modified

Radio Operator

Modified

Radar Operator

Modified

Navigator

Modified

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Operator Coxswain

Modified

Combat Craft Engineer

Modified

Naval Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman (SWCC) Combat Craft Chief Engineer Combatant-Craft Officer In Charge and Petty Officer In Charge Combatant-Craft Patrol Officer

Modified

Comment Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

Modified

Updated information and references Updated information and references

Modified

Modified

Updated information and references

WATCHSTATION REQUALIFICATIONS Due to changes in policies, systems, or procedures, personnel dealing with the subject matter of this PQS may be required to requalify IAW NAVEDTRA 43100.1, PQS Unit Coordinator’s Guide. The following watchstations regardless of qualifications achieved in previous versions, shall be completed. None.

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ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. The Subject Matter Experts from the Fleet who wrote this Standard determined the following acronyms or abbreviations may not be commonly known throughout their community and should be defined to avoid confusion. If there is a question concerning an acronym or abbreviation not spelled out on this page nor anywhere else in the Standard, use the references listed on the line item containing the acronym or abbreviation in question. AO BDC BIB CA CHENG CINC CNSWC CNSWG COMSEC CPO CAPD CASREP CPR CRRC CT DA DICP EMCON EMI EP EPA EPIRB FID FITT FLTSATCOM FMP FOM FOT FTC GPS HERO JSLIST JULLS LEASAT LOGREQ LUF MCADS MIO MOPP MUF

Area of Operation Bottom Dead Center Boat Information Book Civil Affairs Chief Engineer Commander In Chief Commander, Naval Special Warfare Command Commander, Naval Special Warfare Group Communications Security Chemical Protective Overgarment Chemical Agent Point Detector Casualty Report Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Combat Rubber Raiding Craft Counter Terrorism Direct Action Drop in Communications Package Emission Control Electromagnetic Interference Estimated Position Evasion Plan of Action Electronic Positioning Indicating Radio Beacon Foreign Internal Defense Fitness Intensity Time Type Fleet Satellite Communication Full Mission Profiles Figure of Merit Optimum Working Frequency Fast-Time Constant Global Positioning System Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance Joint Service Light Weight Suit Joint Uniform Lessons Learned System Lease Satellite Logistics Report Lower User Frequency Maritime Craft Aerial Delivery System Maritime Interdiction Operation Mission Oriented Protective Post Maximum User Frequency 11

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS (CONT’D) NSFS NSW NVEO OPREP ORM OTAR OTAT PIM PMES PMS POIC PQS PSYOP RAD RF RIB SAR SBU SITREP SLOW SME SODARS SORTS SR STC SWCC TDC TRS UW VRO WMD

Naval Surface Fire Support Naval Special Warfare Night Vision Electro Optics Operational Report Operational Risk Management Over the Air Re-key Over the Air Transfer Plan of intended Movement Portable Mobility Enhancement System Preventive Maintenance System Petty Officer in Charge Personnel Qualification Standard Psychological Operations Radiation Dosage Radio Frequency Rigid-Hull Inflatable Boat Search and Rescue Special Boat Unit Situation Report Speed Limiting Overheat Warning Subject Matter Expert Special Operation Debriefing and Retrieval System Status of Resources and Training System Special Reconnaissance Slow-Time Constant Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewman Top Dead Center Tactical Radio System Unconventional Warfare Variable Ratio Oilier Weapons of Mass Destruction

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100

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS

100.1

INTRODUCTION This PQS begins with a Fundamentals section covering the basic knowledge and principles needed to understand the equipment or duties to be studied. Normally, you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher, the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability.

100.2

HOW TO COMPLETE The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS, since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more, contact your Qualifier. If you are attempting initial qualification, your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals. If you are requalifying or have completed the appropriate schools, your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification, you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.

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101 101

SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

OPNAVINST 3500.39A, Operational Risk Management NAVEDTRA 14144, Basic Military Requirements OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) OPNAVINST 3120.32C, Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy (SORM)

[d] [e]

101.1

Discuss the concept of ORM. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Explain the following as they apply to ORM: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e.

Identifying hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Explain your personal responsibilities for safety aboard your craft. [ref. b, chs. 7, 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss how the following affect craft safety: [ref. b, chs. 7, 19; ref. d] a. b. c. d.

Secure for sea Skylarking Personal protective gear Operating in heavy weather

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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101

SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.5

Explain/discuss the following in terms of electrical safety: a. b. c. d.

The hazards of electricity [ref. c, ch. B7] How electrical shock may be prevented when working with electronic equipment [ref. c, ch. B7] The use of danger/caution tags [ref. e, sec. 6] The purpose and operation for circuit breakers [ref. c, ch. B7]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

How can familiarity lead to carelessness? [ref. b, ch. 7, 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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102 102

GENERAL ORDNANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

OP-4, Ammunition and Explosive Safety Afloat OPNAVINST 5530.13B, Department of the Navy Physical Security Instruction for Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA & E) NAVEDTRA 14110, Gunner Mate 1 & C Department of Defense (DOD) Directive, 5210.56 OP 5, Ammunition Ashore

[c] [d] [e]

102.1

How should ammunition be handled? [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss stowage of small arms ammunition. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Who is responsible for the care and safe handling of ordnance? [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

What personnel are permitted to handle ordnance? [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

How often must personnel be briefed on the safe handling of ordnance? [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

How are inexperienced personnel trained for ammunition handling? [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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102

GENERAL ORDNANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

102.7

Describe the minimum training requirements for personnel with ordnance related duties with regard to security, inventory, and handling. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Describe the types of damage that might cause accidental ignition to pyrotechnics. [ref. c, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

How should damaged pyrotechnics be stored? [ref. e, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Why must pyrotechnics be stored separately? [ref. e, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

What action should be taken when observing the improper handling/stowage of explosives? [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

Describe the action taken when you discover a damaged container or when a round is dropped. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

What three elements can seriously affect the operation of pyrotechnics? [ref. e, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.14

What action should be taken for missing, lost, or stolen ordnance? [ref. b, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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102

GENERAL ORDNANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

102.15

Discuss HERO. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.16

Discuss transportation of ordnance by: [ref. b, ch. 7] a. b. c.

Boat Vehicle Aircraft

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17

Discuss the security of ordnance: [ref. b, ch. 7] a. b. c.

During transportation While deployed During training evolutions

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18

Discuss the use of deadly force. [ref. d, enc. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.19

Discuss the classification, identification, and characteristics of the following ordnance: [ref. c, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

Ball Tracer Armor piercing Armor piercing incendiary Blank Dummy Short range training ammo Flares Smokes Grenade, (offensive 40mm, simulated)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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103 103

FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e]

NAVEDTRA 13119, Standard First Aid Course Field Manual 21.11, First Aid for Soldiers American Heart Association CPR Manual, BLS Local SME NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman

103.1

State the three purposes of first aid. [ref. a, ch.1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

State the general first aid rules. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Explain the procedures for administering 1 and 2 person CPR. [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Describe three pressure points on the body. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Explain the condition that warrants the use of a tourniquet and how to mark a person to indicate a tourniquet has been applied. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Explain the difference between open and closed fractures. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Explain how to immobilize a fracture. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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103

FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.8

Explain the care of a suspected spinal injury. [ref. a, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Explain first aid treatment for electrical shock. [ref. a, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Describe the three degrees of burns, rule of nines, and their treatment. [ref. a, chs. 4, 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

Describe shock signs and symptoms. [ref. a, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

Define hemorrhage. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

List at least four symptoms of internal hemorrhaging. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.14

Describe how to treat an abdominal wound. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.15

Describe the symptoms and treatment of the following: [ref. a, ch. 7] a. b. c.

Heat stroke Heat exhaustion Heat cramps

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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103

FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.16

Describe frostbite. [ref. a, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.17

Describe immersion foot and proper foot hygiene. [ref. b, app. C; ref. e, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.18

Explain the signs, symptoms, and treatment of hypothermia. [ref. a, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.19

Explain why animal bites are dangerous. [ref. a, ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.20

Describe general first aid for insect bites/stings. [ref. a, ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.21

State three measures for preventing insect bites. [ref. b, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.22

State why it is important that each crewmember know where another member’s medical gear is located. [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.23

Describe the treatment for a sucking chest wound. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.24

Define abrasion. [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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103

FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.25

Explain the difference and appearance between venous and arterial bleeding. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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104 104

LIFESAVING EQUIPMENT FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

104.1

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable

Identify and discuss the following equipment: a. b. c. d. e. f.

g. h.

Life ring and distress marker light Boat hook Personal flotation device Lifeboat First aid kit Personal signaling device 1. Chemlite 2. Whistle 3. Strobe light 4. Day/night flare Stretcher/backboard EPIRB

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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105 105

SURVIVAL FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c[ [d]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) NWP 3-50.3, Survival, Evasion, and Recovery Joint Publication 3-50.3, Joint Doctrine for Invasion and Recovery

105.1

Discuss the use of the following: a. b. c. d.

NSW life raft [ref. a] Personal floatation devices (tactical vests) [ref. b] Exposure suit [ref. b] Swim fins [ref. b]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Describe the donning procedures and the methods of water entry for each of the following: [ref. b] a. b. c.

Personal floatation devices Exposure suit Swim fins

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following in terms of safety precautions and considerations: a. b. c. d. e. f.

Overcrowding boats/rafts [ref. a] Food/water conservation [ref. c, chs. 7, 8] Swimmer pool [ref. b] Surface swimming [ref. b] Surf passage [ref. b] Land evasion [ref. c, ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Discuss survival considerations associated with the following: a. b.

Adverse weather conditions [ref. c, ch. 6] Hostile environment [ref. d, ch. 2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 25

105

SURVIVAL FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

105.5

Discuss the role of the JSRC. [ref. d, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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106 106

PHYSICAL FITNESS PHILOSOPHY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

OPNAVINST 6110.1F, Physical Readiness Program COMNAVSPECWARCOMINST 6110.1B, Naval Special Warfare Physical Readiness Program Department of Military and Emergency Medicine, Peak Performance through Nutrition and Exercise. Local SME

[c] [d]

106.1

Define physical fitness and its purpose, to include the following: [ref. a, enc. 7] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Cardiovascular/aerobic fitness Muscular fitness Endurance Power Flexibility Warm up and cool down

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Describe how physical fitness affects the following: [ref. c, ch. 1] a. b. c.

Health Job performance Mental alertness

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the FITT principle. [ref. a, enc. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Explain the importance of maintaining a high level of physical fitness as it pertains to readiness. [ref. c, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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106

PHYSICAL FITNESS PHILOSOPHY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

106.5

Explain the body’s acclimatization process to the following: [ref. c, ch. 12] a. b. c.

Heat Cold Altitude

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Explain the relationship between nutrition and fitness. [ref. c, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Explain contra-indicated exercises and give some examples. [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss the minimum NSW SWCC physical fitness levels for Combat Craft Crewman. [ref. b, enc. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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107 107

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

Ship's Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM) Joint Pub 3-05, Doctrine for Joint Special Operation NWP 3-05 (Rev. D), Naval Special Warfare

107.1

Discuss the command's organizational structure as defined in the SORM and unit instructions. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss NSW Organizational structure. [ref. c, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the USSOCOM Organization as it pertains to your command. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108 108

NAVAL SUPPLY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14242, Store Keeper, 3 and 2

108.1

Define the following and discuss how they relate to the 3M system: [chs. 4, 7, 12] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Equipment Equipage Repair parts Consumable Selected item management Preexpended bin material

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

State the purpose and content of the following forms: [chs. 5, 6, 8] a. b. c. d.

NAVSUP 1250-2 NAVSUP 1149 NAVSUP 1348-6 Survey Request Form (NAVSUP 200)

____________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss how repair parts and consumable items are ordered from the supply department. [ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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109 109

OPERATIONAL REPORTS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e]

109.1

NWP 1-03.1, Operational Reports NWP 1-03.3, Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS) OPNAVINST 3100.6G, Special Incident Reporting NTP-4D, Naval Telecommunication Procedures Fleet Communications Special Operation Debriefing and Retrieval System (SODARS), Desktop Reference Guide

Discuss and explain the purpose of the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

CASREP [ref. a, ch. 4] LOGREQ [ref. a, ch. 7] MOVREP [ref. a, ch. 9] Unit SITREP [ref. c, ch. 1] SORTS [ref. b] SODARS [ref. e] COMM shift [ref. d, ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110 110

SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

OPNAVINST 5510.60L, Security Regulations for Offices under the Cognizance of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) CMS-21A, Communications Security Material System OPNAVINST 5513.1E, Department of the Navy Security Classifications Guides NAVEDTRA 14222, Information Systems Technician (IT), Training Series, Mod 1, Administration and Security

[b] [c] [d]

110.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q.

Access [ref. a, ch. 2] Classification guide [ref. c] Classification handling [ref. a, ch. 4; ref. d, ch. 5] Classified information [ref. c] Clearance [ref. a, ch. 2] Compromise [ref. a, ch. 16] Declassification [ref. c] Need-to-know [ref. a, ch. 9; ref. d, ch. 5] Security violation [ref. a, ch. 16] Physical security [ref. a, ch. 11] COMSEC [ref. d, ch. 3] Original classification [ref. a, ch. 4] Derivative classification [ref. a, ch. 4] Special handling markings [ref. d, ch. 5] Custodian [ref. a, ch. 11] Downgrading [ref. c] Emergency Destruction Plan [ref. d, ch. 5]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

What are considered to be personal responsibilities for safeguarding classified information? [ref. a, ch. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Define restricted area. [ref. d, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110

SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

110.4

What procedures should be followed when a breach of security is discovered? [ref. a, ch. 16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Who can authorize reproduction of the following classified material: [ref. a, ch. 8] a. b. c. d.

Top Secret Secret Confidential For Official Use Only

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Describe the Secret Control system. [ref. a, ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Explain the following requirements for the destruction of classified material: [ref. d, ch. 3] a. b. c. d.

Methods Destruction equipment Priorities of destruction Destruction reporting

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Discuss the concept and requirements for TPI. [ref. d, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Explain the correct procedures for the proper handling of COMSEC Material and equipment. [ref. b, ch. 7; ref. d, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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111 111

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

NWP 3-05 (Rev. D), Naval Special Warfare Ships Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM)

111.1

Discuss the following operational command structures: [ref. a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d.

AO Commander Task Force Commander Task Group Commander Task Unit Commander

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Describe the operational duties, responsibilities, and authority of the following detachment personnel: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Patrol Officer POIC Engineer Navigator

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Describe the administrative duties, responsibilities, and authority of the following detachment personnel: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

POIC LPO CHENG Communications representative Weapon representative Intelligence representative Navigation representative Mobility representative Medical representative E & R representative

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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112 112

SPECIAL OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d]

Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Special Operations Forces Reference Manual (Jan. 1998) Special Boat Unit Mission Essential Task List (METL) NWP 3-05.17, Special Boat Squadron in Naval Special Warfare

112.1

Discuss the history of SBU operations. [ref. b, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the following Naval Special Warfare Missions: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

UW [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] DA [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] SR [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] FID [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] CT [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] PSYOP [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] CA [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] Counter proliferation of WMD [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c] Overt/clandestine operations [ref. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following special boat operations: [ref. c] a. b. c. d.

Insertions/extractions MIO Ambush/counter ambush Water borne guard post/listening post observation post

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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112

SPECIAL OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

112.4

Discuss the following tactical support: a. b. c. d.

Medical evacuation [ref. a] NSFS [ref. d, ch. 3] Coordinated Arms [ref. a] Call for fire, CAS [ref. a]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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113 113

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) CRAFT CHARACTERISTICS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable

113.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n.

Beam Length Draft Displacement (light/full load) Fuel capacity Fuel type Electrical system Crew Weapons Electronic systems Load capacity Craft construction material Masthead height from waterline Visibility from coxswain flat

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Define the following and explain how they apply: a. b. c.

Turning circle Cruising speed Max speed

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114 114

LOOKOUT FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e]

NAVEDTRA 114144, Basic Military Requirements NAVEDTRA 12968-A, Lookout Training Handbook Ship Operating Procedure (SOP) NAVEDTRA 14244, Signalman 3 and 2 Local SME

114.1

Discuss the importance of a lookout. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Describe the objects and sounds a lookout should report and when they should be reported. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

List some objects a lookout can detect that a radar cannot. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the following as applied to the normal peacetime lookout organization on board your craft: a. b.

The sector and responsibility each man is assigned to watch [refs. b, c] The special responsibility of the aft lookout concerning man overboard [ref. a, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Discuss night lookout techniques. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

List situations where optics are/are not more effective than the naked eye. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114

LOOKOUT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

114.7

Discuss how optics limit the field of vision. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss how to focus optics. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss how to determine your IPD. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss why optics should not be dropped or banged against solid objects. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

Discuss the correct procedure for cleaning optics. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

What is the lookout's technique of visual search called? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

Discuss how the lookout uses his eyes and optics for scanning. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.14

Discuss the way a lookout searches from the horizon to the zenith. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.15

Discuss the six parts of an initial report. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114

LOOKOUT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

114.16

Discuss relative bearing. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.17

Discuss how a bearing is reported and pronounced in digits. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.18

Discuss the following terms: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

Dead ahead Starboard bow Starboard beam Starboard quarter Port bow Port beam Port quarter Dead astern

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19

Discuss the following: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. e. f.

How the position of a sky object is described Position angle and the minimum and maximum position angles How position angles are reported The difficulty in estimating ranges over water Why and how a lookout should practice estimating ranges How ranges are reported and spoken

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20

State the distance you can expect to see from your craft to the horizon on a clear day. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.21

Discuss target angle. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114

LOOKOUT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

114.22

Define the following: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Hull up Hull down On the horizon Height of eye

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23

Discuss why target angle is important to the Patrol Officer/POIC. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.24

Discuss how target angle may be figured at night. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.25

Discuss amplifying reports. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.26

Describe the identifying characteristics of the following types of ships: [ref. b] a. b.

Combatants Auxiliaries

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .27

Describe the identifying characteristics of the following types of aircraft: [ref. b] a. b. c.

Propeller Jet Helicopter

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114

LOOKOUT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

114.28

State the meaning of the special signal flags: [ref. a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

Bravo Foxtrot Hotel Oscar Code Alpha/Alpha Romeo Five Quebec Lima Papa

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .29

Discuss the use of the following items in the recovery of a man overboard: [ref. b] a. b. c.

Life ring/buoy Signaling devices Search light

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30

What are the responsibilities of all lookouts during man overboard? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.31

Discuss the following methods of visual communications: [ref. d] a. b. c. d.

Flag hoist [ch. 1] Flashing light (directional/omni-directional) [ch. 5] Nancy [ch. 4] Semaphore [ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .32

Describe how visual information is correlated with radar contact information. [ref. e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115 115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14222, Module 1, Administration and Security, Information Systems Technician, (IT) NAVEDTRA 14225, Module 4, Communication Hardware, Information Systems Technician (IT) NAVEDTRA 14226, Module 5, Communications Center Operations, Information Systems Technician (IT) NAVEDTRA 14180, NEETS Module 8, Introduction to Amplifiers NAVEDTRA 14181, NEETS Module 9, Introduction to Wave-Generation and Wave-Shaping NAVEDTRA 14182, NEETS Module 10, Introduction to Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines and Antennas NAVEDTRA 14184, NEETS Module 12, Modulation NAVEDTRA 14189, NEETS Module 17, Radio Frequency Communications Principles Naval Special Warfare Center Publication, Naval Special Warfare Mission Planning Guide

[b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i]

115.1

State the mission of Naval Communications. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the U.S. Naval Communications Policy. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss DTG. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the term GMT. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.5

Discuss the time zone at your current location utilizing a Time Zone Chart of the World. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

State the primary objectives of communications planning. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss the following terms associated with COMSEC: [ref. a, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Authentication Codes Ciphers Radio silence Monitoring IFF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Discuss the following terms: a. b. c. d. e.

Cryptographic equipment [ref. b, ch. 1] OTAT [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c, ch. 1] OTAR [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. c, ch. 1] Distress communication [ref. b, ch. 1] Distress frequencies [ref. b, ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Discuss the importance of communications equipment checks, inspections, and when they should be conducted. [ref. b, ch. 1; ref. i, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Define the following terms associated with radio encryption: [ref. b, app. I] a. b.

Cipher text (black) Plain text (red)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.11

Discuss the following satellite acronyms: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c.

GAPFILLER FLTSATCOM LEASAT

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12

Discuss basic satellite communication systems and equipment. [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

Define the following terms associated with satellite communications: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c. d.

Azimuth Elevation Uplink frequency Downlink frequency

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14

Discuss the purpose of the Equatorial Satellite Antenna Pointing Guide. [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.15

Define and discuss the following terms associated with antenna directivity: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c.

Omnidirectional Bidirectional Unidirectional

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.16

Discuss the following: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e.

Quarter-wave antenna Half-wave antenna VHF/UHF antennas Whip antennas Satellite antennas

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17

Discuss the purpose and function of the STU-III. [ref. c, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.18

Discuss the purpose and function of the DSN. [ref. c, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.19

Discuss the five types of DSN call precedence's and their applications. [ref. c, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.20

Discuss R/T circuit procedures. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.21

Discuss R/T circuit discipline. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.22

Discuss R/T circuit techniques. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.23

Describe R/T security elements. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.24

Discuss the importance of R/T voice procedures. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.25

Describe the basic R/T message format. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.26

Discuss the use of R/T call signs. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.27

Discuss the three types of R/T circuits. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.28

Discuss the two types of R/T nets. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.29

Discuss establishing communications on a R/T voice net. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.30

Discuss the use and format for R/T circuit logs. [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.31

Discuss the term EMCON and its objectives. [ref. c, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.32

Discuss the following terms: [ref. d, ch. 1] a. b. c.

Amplification Amplitude Signal

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .33

Define the term bandwidth. [ref. e, ch. 1, app. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.34

Discuss a waveform cycle as associated with a sinewave. [ref. e, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.35

Define the following terms associated with radio wave propagation: [ref. f, ch. 1] a. b. c.

Reflection Refraction Diffraction

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .36

Discuss the requirements for a simple Communications system. [ref. f, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.37

Define the following frequency bands and ranges associated with each band: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c.

HF VHF UHF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .38

Discuss the three layers of the atmosphere. [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 48

115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.39

Discuss the two principle ways in which electromagnetic (radio) energy travels from a transmitting antenna to a receiving antenna. [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.40

Discuss the relative conductivity of the following surfaces of the earth: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Sea water Flat, loamy soil Large bodies of fresh water Rocky terrain Desert Jungle

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .41

Define the term ionization. [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.42

Discuss the following layers of the ionosphere: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c.

D layer E layer F layer

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .43

Discuss the following terms associated with refraction in the ionosphere: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c.

Ionization density Frequency Angle of incidence

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.44

Discuss the following terms associated with radio wave transmissions: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c.

Skip distance Skip zone Ground wave

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .45

Discuss the following types of losses that affect ionospheric propagation of radio waves: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e.

Absorption Ground-induced voltage Fading Ground reflection loss Free space loss

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .46

Discuss the following types of EMI: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b.

Man-made Natural

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .47

Discuss the following types of variations in the ionosphere: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b.

Regular Irregular

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .48

Discuss the following frequency selection considerations: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c.

LUF MUF FOT

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.49

Discuss how the following weather phenomenon affect wave propagation: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e.

Rain Fog Snow Hail Temperature inversion

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .50

In what layer of the earth’s atmosphere does weather phenomenon occur? [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.51

Define what radio frequency bands use the tropospheric scattering principle for propagation of radio waves. [ref. f, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.52

Discuss what a transmission line is and how they are used. [ref. f, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.53

Describe the five types of transmission lines. [ref. f, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.54

Discuss the following three types of line losses associated with transmission lines: [ref. f, ch. 3] a. b. c.

Copper Dielectric Radiation or induction

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.55

Define the following terms associated with transmission lines: [ref. f, ch. 3] a. b.

Nonresonant Resonant

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .56

Discuss the principles of antenna radiation and list the parts of an antenna. [ref. f, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.57

Discuss the reciprocity of transmitting and receiving antennas. [ref. f, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.58

Define antenna gain. [ref. f, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.59

Discuss the following two types of basic antennas: [ref. f, ch. 4] a. b.

Hertz Marconi

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .60

Discuss the following: [ref. f, ch. 4] a. b.

Long-wire antennas V antenna

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .61

Define the following terms: [ref. g, ch. 1] a. b.

Modulation Amplitude modulation

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.62

Define the following terms associated with modulation: [ref. g, ch. 1] a. b.

Upper side band Lower side band

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .63

Define the difference between amplitude modulation and frequency modulation. [ref. g, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.64

Define the two types of electrical communication. [ref. h, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.65

Describe the following terms associated with communication systems: [ref. h, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. e.

Sets Units Assemblies Subassemblies Parts

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .66

Discuss tactical communications. [ref. h, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.67

Define the term squelch. [ref. h, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.68

Discuss the function of a radio communications handset. [ref. h, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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115

RADIO COMMUNICATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

115.69

Discuss the following terms: [ref. h, ch. 3] a. b.

Baud Bit

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .70

Discuss the following types of satellite communications: [ref. h, ch. 4] a. b.

Active Passive

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .71

Discuss the advantages of satellite communications in the following terms: [ref. h, ch. 4] a. b. c.

Capacity Reliability Vulnerability

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .72

Define the term CEOI and discuss its purpose. [ref. i, app. E] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.73

Discuss the following elements of command and signal associated with NSW mission planning: [ref. i, ch. 8; app. E] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Communications bubble diagram Communications equipment diagram Communications plan from insertion through extraction Command and control changes during execution Loss of communications plan Hand and arm signals Required communications reports Execution checklist Security

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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116 116

MAGNETIC COMPASS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2, Ch. 2

116.1

Discuss variation/deviation. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the annual change in the magnetic field of the earth. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the following terms: a. b. c. d.

Compass card Lubber’s line Magnets Fluid

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Discuss how magnetic poles/equators affect the magnetic compass. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss compass error. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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117 117

AIDS TO NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2 Nautical Chart Symbols, Abbreviations, and Terms, Chart No. 1

117.1

Describe the following light characteristics and the type of buoys associated with each: [ref. b] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

Fixed Fixed-flashing Flashing/group-flashing/quick flashing Occulting/group occulting Alternating Interrupted quick flashing Isophase Sector light

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following terms as they apply to the visibility of lights: [ref. a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Geographic range Nominal range Luminous range Computed visibility Computed range Horizon distance

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the various types, shapes, and characteristics of structures used in piloting. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the colors, shapes, characteristics, and uses of day beacons. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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117

AIDS TO NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

117.5

Discuss the types and uses of ranges. [ref. a, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss the following as applied in the IALA Lateral Region A and B Buoy systems: [ref. b] a. b.

Color, shape, and light characteristics The top mark characteristics

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Discuss how and where the following are used: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Safe water mark Preferred channel buoy Special marks Isolated danger marks

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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118 118

RULES OF THE ROAD FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

COMDTINST M16672.2C, Navigation Rules

118.1

Define the following terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. w. x.

Vessel [rule 3] Power-driven vessel [rule 3] Sailing vessel [rule 3] Seaplane [rule 3] Underway [rule 3] U.S. inland waters [rule 3] Restricted visibility [rule 3] Safe speed [rule 6] Risk of collision [rule 7] Distress signals [rule 37] Give-way vessel [rule 16] Stand-on vessel [rule 17] Signals of intent [rule 34] Signal of agreement [rule 34] Meeting situation [rule 14] Crossing situation [rule 15] Overtaking situation [rule 13] Bridge-to-bridge radiotelephone act [rule 33] Short blast [rule 32] Prolonged blast [rule 32] Vessel constrained by draft [rule 3] Vessel restricted in ability to maneuver [rule 3] Not under command [rule 3] Vessel engaged in fishing [rule 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Define the arc of visibility, range of visibility, and color of the following lights: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Forward masthead [rules 21, 22] Aft masthead [rules 21, 22] Port side [rules 21, 22] Starboard side [rules 21, 22] Stern [rules 21, 22] All around lights [rule 22] Flashing light [rule 21]

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RULES OF THE ROAD FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

118.2

h. i. j.

Special flashing light [rules 21, 22] Submarine flashing beacon [rule 1] Towing light [rule 21]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Describe the signals required during restricted visibility for: a.

b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

k.

Power-driven vessel underway 1. Way on [rule 35] 2. No way on [rule 35] Sailing vessel underway [rule 35] Power driven vessel towing [rule 35] Vessel constrained by draft [rule 35] Vessel restricted in ability to maneuver [rule 35] Vessel engaged in fishing [rule 35] Vessel not under command [rule 35] Vessel being towed [rule 35] Vessel engaged in pilot duties [rule 35] Vessel at anchor [rule 35] 1. 100 meters or longer 2. Less than 100 meters Vessel aground [rule 35]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Describe the optional signal that may be sounded by a vessel at anchor or aground to warn an approaching vessel of a possible collision. [rule 35] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the procedure to be followed when hearing a sound signal forward of your beam. [rule 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss the following whistle signals used by a vessel in international waters: [rule 34] a. b. c.

One short Two short Three short

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118.6

d. e. f. g. h.

Five or more short Two prolonged, one short Two prolonged, two short One prolonged, one short, one prolonged, one short One prolonged, two short

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Discuss the following whistle signals as used by a vessel in inland waters: [rule 34] a.

b.

c.

d. e.

Meeting situation 1. One short 2. Two short Overtaking situation 1. One short 2. Two short Crossing 1. One short 2. Two short Three short Five or more short

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Describe a situation requiring one prolonged blast. [rule 34] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss the responsibilities between vessels. [rule 18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the color and arrangement of lights used in international waters during the following conditions: a. b. c.

Power-driven vessel more than 50 meters long, underway [rule 23] Power-driven vessel or towing vessel (with length of tow less than 200 meters) [rule 24] Power-driven vessel or towing vessel (with length of tow more than 200 meters) [rule 24]

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118.10

d. e.

f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o.

Power-driven vessel not under command [rule 27] Power-driven vessel engaged in laying or picking up submarine cable, surveying or operations, replenishment at sea and launching or recovering aircraft [rule 27] Power-driven pilot boat engaged in pilotage duty and underway [rule 29] Vessel at anchor or aground less than 50 meters in length [rule 30] Vessel of more than 50 meters but less than 100 meters in length at anchor aground [rule 30] Vessel of over 100 meters in length at anchor or aground [rule 30] Vessel engaged in fishing [rule 26] Vessel engaged in trawling [rule 26] Power-driven vessel engaged in minesweeping operations [rule 27] Sailing vessel underway [rule 25] Power-driven vessel of less than 50 meters in length underway [rule 23] Vessel constrained by draft [rule 28]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11

Describe the color and arrangement of lights used in inland waters under the following conditions: a. b.

Power-driven vessel with tow alongside or pushing ahead [rule 24] Vessel of less than 50 meters in length at anchor [rule 23]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12

Describe the appropriate day shape(s) used for the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Restricted maneuverability [rule 27] At anchor [rules 29, 30] Aground [rule 30] Not under command [rule 27] Towing [rule 24] Fishing [rule 26] Sailing vessel under sail with power on [rule 25] Dredging/underwater operations [rule 27] Mine clearance vessel [rule 27]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAUTICAL CHARTS AND PUBLICATIONS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2 The American Practical Navigator (BOWDITCH), Pub. 9 Nautical Chart Symbols, Abbreviations, and Terms, Chart No. 1

119.1

Describe the U.S. Nautical Chart Numbering system. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the following chart projections: [ref. b, ch. 3] a. b.

Mercator Gnomonic

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following items: [ref. a, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

Scale Edition, date, and revision number Datum reference (vertical and horizontal) Title Compass rose Variation and annual change Type of projection Legend Chart correction annotation Latitude/longitude

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Discuss the symbols and abbreviations used on U.S. nautical charts to represent the following: [ref. c] a. b. c. d. e.

Chart number, title, and margin notes [sec. a] Positions, distances, directions, and compass [sec. b] Natural features [sec. c] Cultural features [sec. d] Landmarks [sec. e]

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119.4

f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q.

Ports [sec. f] Tides and currents [sec. h] Depth [sec. i] Nature of the seabed [sec. j] Rocks, wrecks, and obstructions [sec. k] Offshore installations [sec. l] Tracks and routes [sec. m] Areas and limits [sec. n] Lights [sec. p] Buoys, beacons [sec. q] Fog signals [sec. r] Radar, radio, and electronic position-fixing systems [sec. s]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Discuss the information found on pilot charts/atlas. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss the nautical chart information contained in the following: [ref. b, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. e.

HYDROPAC/HYDROLANT NAVAREA/NAVTEX Safety broadcasts Notice to Mariners Coast Guard District Local Notice to Mariners

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Discuss the information in the following publications: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Coast pilots [ref. a, ch. 3] List of lights/light lists [ref. a, ch. 3] Sailing directions en route and planning guide [ref. a, ch. 3] Fleet guides [ref. a, ch. 3] World port index [ref. a, ch. 3] Catalog of Nautical Charts and Publications [ref. a, ch. 3] Chart No. 1 [ref. c, Introduction]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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119.8

Describe the requisitioning of nautical charts and publications. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss the function of and the information contained in the Chart/Publication Correction Card (DMAHC-8660/9). [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the procedure for maintaining the Chart/Publication Correction Card. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

Discuss the procedure for correcting nautical charts and publications. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

Discuss the procedures for recommending corrections and changes to the DMAHTC for the updating of charts and/or publications. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

State the effect red lights have on nautical charts. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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TIDES AND CURRENTS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2

120.1

Define the following terms: [ch. 7] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n.

High water Low water Stand Tides Range Datum plane Charted depth Mean tide level Spring tide Neap tide Lower low water Mean high water Diurnal Semidiurnal

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Define the following terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Rotary currents [ch. 7] Tidal currents [ch. 7] Nontidal currents [ch. 7] Flood currents [ch. 7] Ebb currents [ch. 7] Slack water [ch. 7] Set and drift [ch. 11]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the procedure to determine tides, utilizing tide tables. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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120.4

Discuss the procedure to determine currents, utilizing tidal current tables. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Explain the reasons for computing tides and currents. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Explain how reference tide level affects charted soundings. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Explain the graphing method of tides using the one-quarter, one-tenth rule. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Explain the graphing of currents. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss how tides and currents are computed for daylight saving time. [ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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RADAR NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14220, Quartermaster 1 & C

121.1

Discuss the principles of operation for a basic Radar system, including the following components: [ch. 10] a. b. c. d. e.

Transmitter Modulator Antenna Receiver Indicator

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of radar navigation. [ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the theory of radar operation. [ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

What does the term radar stand for? [app. I] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

The American Practical Navigator (BOWDITCH), Pub. 9 TM 11-5825-291-13, Satellite Signals Navigation Sets

122.1

Discuss the operation of the GPS. [ref. b, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss initialization procedures. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the purpose of the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l.

Space segment [ref. a, ch. 10] Control segment [ref. a, ch. 10] User segment [ref. a, ch. 10] Internal clock [ref. a, ch. 10] Battery compartment [ref. b, ch. 8, tab. 8-1] Power supply [ref. b, ch. 1] Encryption devices [ref. b, ch. 3] Control display unit [ref. b, ch. 3] Antenna [ref. b, ch. 1] Receiver [ref. b, ch. 1] P-code/CA code [ref. c, ch. 1; ref. a, ch. 10] FOM [ref. b, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Discuss the capabilities/characteristics of the following: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Control display unit [ch. 1] Antenna [ch. 1] Receiver [ch. 1] Batteries: [ch. 1, tab. 8-1] 1. Lithium 2. Nickel Cadmium 3. Alkaline

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122.4

e. f. g.

CRYPTO [ch. 3] Power supply [ch. 3] J-1, J-2, J-3, and J-4 [ch. 3, tab. C-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Discuss map datum and datum codes. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Define passive reception. [ref. a, Glossary] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAVIGATION FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

FM 21-26, Map Reading NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14144, Basic Military Requirement (BMR)

123.1

Discuss how the following devices are used: [ref. b, ch. 8] a. b. c. d.

Compass Dividers Parallel ruler Nautical slide rule

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Define the following terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. w. x.

Heading [ref. b, ch. 8] Course [ref. b, ch. 8] Course line [ref. b, ch. 8] Speed [ref. b, ch. 8] Dead reckoning [ref. b, ch. 1] True bearing [ref. b, ch. 8] Line of position [ref. b, ch. 8] Fix [ref. b, ch. 8] Running fix [ref. b, ch. 8] Estimated position [ref. b, ch. 8] Speed of advance [ref. b, ch. 8] Speed made good [ref. b, ch. 8] Set/drift [ref. b, ch. 8] Course made good [ref. b, ch. 8] Danger bearing [ref. b, ch. 12] Danger circle/range [ref. b, ch. 12] Danger sector [ref. b, ch. 12] Swing circle [ref. b, ch. 12] Drag circle [ref. b, ch. 12] Drop bearing [ref. b, ch. 12] Head bearing [ref. b, ch. 12] Turn bearing/range [ref. b, ch. 12] Slide bar [ref. b, ch. 12] Meridians [ref. b, ch. 1]

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123.2

y. z. aa. ab. ac. ad. ae. af. ag. ah. ai. aj. ak. al. am.

Parallels [ref. b, ch.1] Great circle [ref. b, ch. 1] Small circle [ref. b, ch. 1] North/South poles [ref. b, ch. 1] Equator [ref. b, ch. 1] Greenwich meridian [ref. b, ch. 1] Latitude [ref. b, ch. 1] Longitude [ref. b, ch. 1] Relative bearing [ref. b, ch. 8] North/south magnetic poles [ref. b, ch. 8] Variation [ref. b, ch. 8] Magnetic heading [ref. b, ch. 8] Sounding [ref. c, ch. 7] Lead line [ref. c, ch. 7] Radar [ref. b, ch. 8]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Define piloting. [ref. b, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the procedures for plotting relative bearings. [ref. b, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the proper order for taking visual bearings. [ref. b, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss the proper order for taking radar ranges. [ref. b, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss the following: [ref. a] a. b. c. d.

Topographic symbols and color coding Military grid system Elevation and relief symbol Direction indicators

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123.7

e. f.

Field sketching Military symbols and color coding

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Discuss the following terms and their applications in land navigation: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p.

Azimuth Scale Grid Declination Contour Color Terrain association Topography Elevation and relief Reciprocal azimuth True north Grid north Magnetic north Intersection, resection Grid zone designator 100,000 meter square designator

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Discuss the use of the following principles: [ref. a] a. b. c.

Location of points by Military Grid system Magnetic fields Finding direction without compass

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) CRAFT HANDLING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e]

NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain’s Mate Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Local SME NAVEDTRA 14067, Seaman

124.1

Discuss the effects of the following on NSW craft: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

Side force [ref. a, ch. 6] Frictional wake current [ref. a, ch. 6] Propulsion current [ref. a, ch. 6] Craft going ahead [ref. a, ch. 6] Craft backing down [ref. a, ch. 6] Craft at all stop [ref. d] Craft during underway weapons firing [ref. d] Wind/current [ref. a, ch. 6]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following maneuvering situations: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Port side to landing and getting underway [ref. a, ch. 6] Starboard side to landing and getting underway [ref. a, ch. 6] Approach and break away of craft underway [ref. d] Maneuvering in formation [ref. c] Evasive maneuvering [ref. c] Beaching/retracting [ref. c] Man overboard [ref. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the procedures for securing a craft to a boat boom. [ref. e, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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124.4

Discuss the following handling characteristics for NSW craft: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Planed out Pivot turns Prevention of skipping Prevention of becoming airborne

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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125 125

TOWING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) NAVEDTRA 14067, Seaman COMDTINST M16672.2C, Navigation Rules NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain's Mate

125.1

Discuss the following equipment: a. b. c. d. e.

Towing eye [ref. a] Towing hawser [ref. a] Towing shackles [ref. a] Chafing gear [ref. c, Glossary] Catanary [ref. e, ch. 4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following evolutions: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Alongside tow Stern-to-stern tow Stern-to-bow tow Bow-to-stern tow

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss towing lights and day shapes. [ref. d, rule 24] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the general safety precautions to be observed during towing operations. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss towing emergency procedures and equipment. [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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ANCHORING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain’s Mate OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) NAVEDTRA 14067, Seaman

[c] [d]

126.1

Discuss the purpose of the following: a. b. c. d. e. g. i. j. k. l. n. o.

Fluke [ref. a, ch. 4] Shank [ref. a, ch. 4] Anchor chain [ref. a, ch. 4] Bending shackle [ref. a, ch. 4] Scope [ref. a, ch. 4] Dragging anchor [ref. a, ch. 4] Swivel [ref. a, ch. 4] Weigh anchor [ref. a, ch. 4] Short stay [ref. a, ch. 4] Bight of line [ref. d, ch. 4] Seizing/mousing [ref. a, ch. 2] Faking line [ref. d, ch. 4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following procedures: [ref. c] a. b. c. d.

Establishing anchorage sites Marking preparations to anchor Weighting anchor Establishing anchorage position

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss anchoring safety precautions. [ref. b, ch. C6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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HOISTING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat NAVEDTRA 14067, Seaman

[c]

127.1

Discuss the use of the following equipment: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k.

Slings Spreader bars Pins Chain plates/lifting pad eyes Belly bands Pennants Shackles Cotter pins Tripline Release hook Tending lines

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the safety precautions to be observed during hoisting operations. [ref. b, ch. C4; ref. c, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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ENGINEERING LOGS AND RECORDS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d]

Safe Engineering and Operations (SEAOPS), 30 June 1998, Change A NAVEDTRA 14075, Engineman 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14076, Enginemen 2 Command Instructions

128.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. f.

Engineering checklist [ref. a, sec. 1-1] Engine operating log [ref. b, ch. 2] Lube oil test log [ref. b, ch. 2] Material history log [ref. d] Diesel Engineering Operating Record [ref. c, ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How are each of the above logs and reports related? [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

How do the logs and records interface with the 3-M system? [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Who is responsible for maintaining the engineering logs and records? [ref. a, chs. 2, 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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HAND TOOLS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

NAVEDTRA 14256, Tools and Their Uses

129.1

Discuss the following screwdrivers: [ch. 22] a. b. c.

Common Phillips Offset

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following pliers: a. b. c. d. e. f.

Combination [ch. 17] Diagonal/cutting l [ch. 17] Round-nosed [ch. 17] Needle-nosed [ch. 17] Vise grip/clamp pliers [ch. 25] Slip joint [ch. 17]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following wrenches: [ch. 25] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Open-end Box-end Combination Allen Adjustable open end Socket set (ratchet, offset handle, extension, speed handle, universal joint, and sockets) Spanner Crow’s foot Torque wrench

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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129.4

Discuss the following saws: [ch. 46] a. b.

Crosscut Hacksaw

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Discuss the following tools: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Wire strippers [ch. 17] Grommet inserting punch [ch. 27] Crimping tool [ch. 17] Tap and die set [ch. 38] Strap wrench [ch. 25] Files [ch. 28] Impact wrench [ch. 52] Wire cutters [ch. 17] Bolt cutters [ch. 32]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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REFUELING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable NAVSEA S9086-SN-STM-010, Naval Ships Technical Manual, Ship Fuel, and Fuel Systems

130.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o.

Sounding rod [ref. a] Fuel tank sight glass [ref. a] Flameproof vent [ref. a] Fuel cap wrench [ref. a] Fuel manifold [ref. a] Underway refueling [ref. a] Fuel fill cap [ref. a] Fuel tank [ref. a] Fuel striping pump [ref. a] Fuel water separators [ref. a] Return lines [ref. a] Fuel bulb [ref. a] Grounding strap [ref. b, ch. 541] Fuel blivet [ref. a] Shut off valve [ref. a]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the procedure for visually inspecting fuel samples. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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DIESEL ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d]

NAVEDTRA 10539, Engineman 3 NAVEDTRA 14104, Fireman NAVEDTRA 10543-E1, Engineman 1 & C Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable

131.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Compression stroke [ref. b, ch. 7] Four-stroke cycle [ref. a, ch. 2; ref. b, ch. 7] Horsepower [ref. c, ch. 5] Internal combustion [ref. b, ch. 7] Jacking [ref. a, ch. 4] rpm (engine speed) [ref. c, ch. 5] TDC/BDC [ref. b, ch. 7] Timing gear [ref. a, app. AI-25] Two-stroke cycle [ref. a, ch. 2; ref. b, ch. 7]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Back pressure [ref. a, app. AI-2] Exhaust stroke [ref. b, ch. 2] Intake stroke [ref. b, ch. 2] Naturally aspirated [ref. a, ch. 6] Scavenging air [ref. a, AI-22] Turbocharging [ref. a, ch. 6] Aftercooler [ref. a, app. AI-1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d.

Cooler (heat exchanger) [ref. a, ch. 7; ref. b, ch. 7] Pressure [ref. a, app. AI-20] Pressure differential [ref. a, app. AI-20] Thermal expansion [ref. a, app. AI-25]

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131.3

e. f.

Water jacket [ref. a, app. AI-27] Viscosity [ref. a, app. AI-26]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

What types of lubricating oil-filtering systems are used with diesel engines? [ref. a, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the following: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Atomization [ch. 9] Combustion [ch. 9] Detonation [ch. 9] Fuel knock [ch. 9] Fuel injection [ch. 9] Pre-combustion [ch. 9] Priming [app. AI-20]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Discuss the following: [ref. a] a. b. c.

Hunting [ch. 9] Operating pressure [app. AI-17] Operating temperature [app. AI-17]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Discuss the functions of the following: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

Accessory drive assembly [ch. 5] Block [ch. 3] Camshaft [ch. 4] Connecting rod [ch. 4] Crankcase [ch. 3] Crankshaft [ch. 4] Cylinder head [ch. 3] Cylinder liners [ch. 3] Drive mechanism [ch. 5] Manifold (intake/exhaust) [ch. 6]

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131.7

k. l. m.

Piston [ch. 4] Sump/oil pan [ch. 3] Valves (intake/exhaust) [ch. 4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Discuss the electric starting systems commonly used with diesel engines. [ref. a, ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss the three most common types of coolers (heat exchangers). [ref. a, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the following: [ref. a, ch. 9] a. b.

Mechanical governor Hydraulic governor

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11

Discuss the fuel injection systems used with diesel engines. [ref. a, ch. 10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

Discuss the functions of the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Pyrometer [ref. a, ch. 6; ref. b, ch. 11] Thermocouple [ref. a, ch. 6; ref. b, ch. 11] Thermostatic control valve [ref. a, ch. 7] Remote fuel shutdown [ref. d] Crankcase ventilation [ref. a, ch. 8] Constant speed governor [ref. a, ch. 9] Load-limiting governor [ref. a, ch. 9] Overspeed governor [ref. a, ch. 9] Overspeed trip [ref. a, ch. 9]

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131.12

j. k. l.

Speed-limiting governor [ref. b, app. AI-6] Variable speed governor [ref. a, ch. 9] Tachometer [ref. a, app. AI-24]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13

Discuss the pressure, temperature and volume relationship of the gas flow through a diesel engine cylinder for the following events: [ref. b, ch. 7] a. b. c. d. e.

Scavenging Compression Combustion Expansion Exhaust

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14

Discuss the use of the following: a. Distilled water [ref. a, ch. 7] b. Ethylene glycol or extended life coolant [ref. a, ch. 7] c. F-76 (DFM) [ref. a, ch. 9] d. JP-5 (F-44) [ref. a, ch. 9] e. Zinc [ref. b, app. AI-8] f. Lube oil [ref. a, ch. 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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OUTBOARD ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

132.1

NAVEDTRA 14104, Fireman Engine Specific Technical Manual

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r. s. t. u. v. w. x. y. z. aa. ab. ac. ad. ae. af. ag. ah. ai. aj. ak.

Power head [ref. b] Midsection [ref. b] Lower unit [ref. b] Power trim/tilt [ref. b] Temperature switch [ref. b] Thermostat [ref. b] Piston [ref. b] Piston ring [ref. b] Piston rod [ref. b] Crank shaft [ref. b] Cylinders [ref. b] Water passage [ref. b] Water deflector [ref. b] Cylinder head [ref. b] Head gasket [ref. b] Exhaust housing [ref. b] Stern bracket [ref. b] Propeller [ref. b] Water pump [ref. b] Drive shaft [ref. b] Shift lever [ref. b] Clutch dog [ref. b] Impeller [ref. b] Water intake ports [ref. b] Zinc anodes [ref. b] Batteries [ref. a, ch. 12] Starter/solenoid [ref. b] Neutral stop switch [ref. b] VRO pump [ref. b] Safety lanyard and safety switch [ref. b] Primer bulb [ref. b] Fuel filter [ref. b] Carburetors [ref. b] Fuel to oil ratio [ref. b] Flywheel/magnets [ref. b] Stator and charge coil assembly [ref. b] Power pack [ref. b]

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OUTBOARD ENGINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

132.1

al. am. an.

Ignition coils [ref. b] Spark plugs [ref. b] Wiring harness [ref. b]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the function of the SLOW system. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss emergency rope starting procedures. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the difference between a two-stroke and a four-stroke engine. [ref. a, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss outboard engine safety precautions. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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133 133

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

F-470 Field Service Manual U. S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), Maritime Operations and Training Manual, Volume 2, Combat Rubber Raiding Craft

133.1

State the maximum horsepower allowable for: [ref. a; ref. b, app. E] a. b.

Slat floorboards Aluminum floorboards

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following: a.

b. c.

Craft weight [ref. b, ch. 6] 1. With motor 2. Without motor Maximum payload [ref. a; ref. b, app. E] Maximum personnel capacity [ref. a; ref. b, app. E]

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Discuss the proper air pressure for the F-470, CRRC. [ref. a; ref. b, app. E] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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134 134

PRIME MOVER AND TRAILER FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d]

Manufacturer’s Technical Manual Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Government Vehicle Operator’s Manual MK V SOC Transporter, Transporter Information Book, 18 December 1998

134.1

Discuss the following equipment: [refs. a, c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

Pintle mount Trailer brakes Winches Bearing buddies Trailer lights Trailer frame Trailer/prime mover spare tire Trailer safety chains

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the procedures for the following: [refs. a, c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i.

Connecting trailer to prime mover Disconnecting trailer from prime mover Backing prime mover with trailer attached Operating winches Launching procedures Recovery procedures Trailer hoisting procedures with/without craft Securing craft to trailer Preparing craft/equipment for transport

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Identify which craft are transportable by the following: [ref. b] a. b. c. d.

Highway Rail Sealift Aircraft

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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134

PRIME MOVER AND TRAILER FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

134.4

Discuss trailer operation safety precautions. [refs. a, c, d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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135 135

WEATHERPROOFING FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Local SME

135.1

Discuss the following: [refs. a thru c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j.

RTV WD-40/VVL-800 Silicon lubricant compound Waterproof tape Desiccant Plastic bags Moisture-proof boxes Vulcanizing tape Scotch coat Electrical tape

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the reasons for weatherproofing the following equipment: [refs. b, c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

E&R kit Medical kit Maps and charts Clothing Food Mission essential document Electronic equipment

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the reasons for inspecting equipment before weatherproofing. [refs. b, c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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WEATHERPROOFING FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

135.4

Discuss the function of the following items in maintaining the watertight integrity of equipment: [refs. b, c] a. b. c. d.

O-rings Rubber boots/covers Plastic shields Rubber seals

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Discuss the procedures for weatherproofing equipment for: [refs. b, c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Shallow-water submersion Inclement weather operations CRRC operations Surf-zone operations Extreme cold weather Jungle Desert

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Discuss the procedures for weatherproofing accessories. [refs. b, c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss the procedures for preparing equipment for lengthy periods of storage in humid climates or damp areas. [refs. a thru c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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136 136

CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c]

NAVEDTRA 114144, Basic Military Requirements NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR, Damage Controlman USSOCOM, Pub. 3-11, MTTP for Special Operations Forces in NBC Environments

136.1

Discuss the following terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. n. o. p. q. r. s. t.

Radiation [ref. b, ch. 10] Roentgen/RAD [ref. b, ch. 11] Shock wave [ref. b, ch. 10] Contamination [ref. b, ch. 9] Radiac [ref. b, ch. 11] Dosimeter [ref. b, ch. 11] MPE [ref. b, ch. 13] Casualty dose [ref. b, ch. 10] Deep shelter [ref. b, ch. 11] Casualty collection [ref. c, app. L] CCA [ref. b, ch. 11] Water Washdown system [ref. b, ch. 9] Flash blindness [ref. b, ch. 10] Base surge [ref. b, ch.10 ] Flash burns [ref. b, ch. 10] EMP [ref. b, ch. 10] TREE [ref. b, ch.10] Blackout [ref. b, ch. 13] Blast [ref. b, ch. 9]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

What markers are used to indicate nuclear contamination? [ref. a, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the following procedures: [ref. a, ch. 13] a. b.

Personnel decontamination Material decontamination

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

136.4

Discuss the procedure for self-protection in the event of nuclear attack. [ref. a, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the following: [ref. b, ch. 9] a. b. c. d. e.

Biological warfare Means by which biological agents may enter the body Measures to be taken for self-protection during a biological attack Markers used to indicate biological contaminants Method used to decontaminate personnel and equipment

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Discuss the physical symptoms of the following: [ref. b, ch. 9] a. b. c. d.

Blood agents Blister agents Nerve agents Choking agents

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Discuss the self-aid and first aid procedures for the following: [ref. a, ch. 13] a. b. c. d.

Blood agents Blister agents Nerve agents Choking agents

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Discuss the protective measures to be taken at each MOPP level. [ref. a, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) DEFENSE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

136.9

Discuss the use of the following: [ref. b, ch. 9] a. b. c. d. e.

Radiation detectors M-8 paper M-9 paper M-256 chemical detector CAPD

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10

Discuss the following items: [ref. a, ch. 13] a. b. c. d.

Atropine 2 Pam chloride M258A1 Joint Service Protective Mask CPO JSLIST

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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137 137

NIGHT VISION ELECTRO-OPTICAL FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a]

Naval Special Warfare, Night Vision Electro-Optics/Camouflage, Concealment, and Deception (NVEO/CCD) Training Manual (CDROM), NAVSEA Crane, May 2001

137.1

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d.

Infrared heat source [Thermal Theory] Night vision goggles [Introduction to Night Vision] Night vision scope [Introduction to Night Vision] Night vision sights [Introduction to Night Vision]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the physiology of the eye. [Physiology of the Eye] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss thermal imaging theory. [Thermal Theory] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the use of lasers. [Laser Familiarization] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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138 138

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) SMALL ARMS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j]

FM 23-67LMG, Machine Gun 7.62-MM/M60, February 1984 TM-9-1010-221-10, Grenade Launchers FM23-65, U.S. Army Field Manual for .50 Cal NAVEDTRA 12442, Gunner's Mate 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 12443, Gunner’s Mate OPNAVINST 4790.4C, 3-M Manual OPNAVINST 3591.1C, Small Arms Training and Qualification SW-300-BC-SAF-010, Clearing of Live Ammunition from Guns TM9-1005-319-10, Rifle 5.56-MM, M16A2 W/E (1005-01-1289936) Local SME

138.1

Discuss the following: a.

b.

c.

d.

Theory of operation [ref. e, ch. 3] 1. Blow back 2. Recoil 3. Gas Principles of operation [ref. b; ref. e, ch. 3] 1. Pistols 2. Rifles 3. Machine guns 4. Grenade launchers Principles of marksmanship [ref. i] 1. Sight picture/sight alignment 2. Trigger control 3. Breathing 4. Stance 5. Firing position Static/dynamic range procedures [ref. j] 1. Range commands 2. Chain of command

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the following: a. b. c. d. e.

Trajectory [ref. e, ch. 3] Single action [ref. e, ch. 3] Double action [ref. e, ch. 3] Breach [ref. e, ch. 3] Bore [ref. e, ch. 3]

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NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) SMALL ARMS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

138.2

f. g. h. i. j. k.

Chamber [ref. e, ch. 3] Muzzle [ref. e, ch. 3] Muzzle velocity [ref. e, ch. 3] Maximum range [ref. e, ch. 3] Maximum effective range [ref. e, ch. 3] BFA [ref. j]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the proper loading/unloading procedures for: [ref. e, ch. 3; ref. i] a. b.

Magazine fed weapon Belt fed weapon

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Discuss basic misfire procedures. [ref. h] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the following gun mount terms: [refs. a, c] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h.

Train stops Elevation stops Depression stops Stand assembly Carriage assembly Ammunition tray Ammunition feed chute Lanyard

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Discuss the reasons for PMS on weapons and mounts. [refs. a, c; ref. d, ch. 2; ref. e, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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138

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) SMALL ARMS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

138.7

Discuss the following range safety concerns: [refs. f, j] a. b. c. d. e.

Surface danger zones Lateral limits Fields of fire Risk assessment Muzzle discipline

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

When is the safety moved to the off or fire position? [ref. g, Introduction] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

What state should a weapon be in when first acquired? [ref. e, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the safety checks required of a weapon prior to firing. [ref. e, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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139 139

SURF/BEACH CHARACTERISTICS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b]

COMNAVSURPACINST/COMNAVSURFLANTINST 3840.1A, Joint Surf Manual Command SOP

139.1

Discuss the following beach areas: [ref. a] a. b. c. d.

Offshore Nearshore Foreshore Backshore

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Discuss the five types of beach gradients: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e.

Steep Moderate Gentle Mild Flat

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Discuss the following wave terminology: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Crest Trough Wave length Wave height Period Steepness Wave breakers

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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SURF/BEACH CHARACTERISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

139.4

Discuss the safety precautions, dangers, and limitations for operating a craft in or near the surf zone. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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200

INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS

200.1

BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS In this section, the equipment is broken down into smaller, more comprehensible, functional systems as basic building blocks in the learning process. Each system is written to reflect specific watchstation requirements by identifying the equipment most relevant to one or more designated watchstanders. The less complex systems may be identified and covered quickly or relegated to a lower priority to permit greater emphasis on more significant or complex systems.

200.2

COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS For learning purposes each system is disassembled into two levels. Systems have components and components have parts. Do not expect to see every item which appears on a parts list to be in the PQS. Only those items which must be understood for operation/maintenance are listed. Normally a number of very broad (overview) systems are disassembled into their components or parts with the big picture as the learning goal. Items listed as components in such a system may then be analyzed as separate systems and broken down into components and parts. Example: the turbogenerators may be listed as a component of the Ship’s Service Electrical Distribution system and then later detailed as an individual system for closer study.

200.3

FORMAT Each system is organized within the following format: • • • • •

200.4

It lists the references to be used for study and asks you to explain the function of each system. It asks for the static facts of what or where the components and component parts are in relation to the system. It directs attention to the dynamics of how the component and component parts operate to make the system function. It specifies the parameters that must be immediately recalled. It requires study of the relationship between the system being studied and other systems or areas.

HOW TO COMPLETE The systems you must complete are listed in the Prerequisites section of each watchstation. When you have mastered one or more systems, contact your Qualifier. The Qualifier will give you an oral examination on each system and, if satisfied you have sufficient knowledge of the system, will sign the appropriate system line items. You will be expected to demonstrate through oral or written examination a thorough understanding of each system required for your watchstation.

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201 201

CRAFT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c]

201.1

Manufacturer's Technical Manual Naval Special Warfare Tactical Radio System (Rev. 1), AN/WSQ-8, Operators Manual, TE100-C1-MMO-010 NAVEDTRA 14225, Module 4, Communication Hardware, Information Systems Technician (IT)

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F.

201.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Describe the basic troubleshooting procedures.

Master control station [ref. b, chs. 3, 4, 6] Full function crew station [ref. b, chs. 3, 4, 6] Drop in communication package [ref. b, chs. 3, 4, 6] Handset [ref. a] Communication helmet [ref. b, chs. 3, 4, 6] Battery compartment [ref. a] Battery [ref. a.] Craft antennas [ref. b, chs. 4, 6] Crypto gear [ref. a]

Questions ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCEF ABEF ABEF AB ABE ABEF ABDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

201.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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CRAFT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CONT'D)

201.2.2

What indications will you receive if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. b, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish the following: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b.

Radio transmission with HF/UHF/VHF/Marine Band/SATCOM? Radio reception with HF/UHF/VHF/Marine Band/SATCOM?

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 201.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS

201.3.1

State the frequency range and the average distance the radios will transmit and receive. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

201.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

201.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e.

Jamming Electrical/radio interference Water/corrosion EMI Direction finding

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the following: [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 2] a. b.

HF/UHF/VHF/Marine Band/SATCOM Secure/nonsecure voice

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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CRAFT COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM (CONT'D)

201.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

201.5.1

What special safety precautions apply to: [ref. b, chs. 2, 7] a. b.

Installing/removing unit Plugging/unplugging power cable

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

What safety precautions must be observed when: [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c. d. e.

Underway using headset Battery use Battery compartment Battery storage and disposal Cleaning the equipment

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

What RF safety precautions should be observed when working with craft communication systems? [ref. c, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NIGHT VISION ELECTRO OPTICS (NVEO) SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] [n]

202.1

OPNAVINST 5100.19 D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat EO410-BA-GYD-010, Laser, Laser Safety MIL-HDBK-828, Laser Range Safety SW215-AE-MM0-010, AN/TVS-5, Night Vision Sight SW215-AK-MM0-010, AN/PVS-7C, Night Vision Goggle SW215-AX-MM0-010, AN/PVS-15, Night Vision Binocular D205689-0478, AN/PVS-18, Night Vision Monocular TM0968A-10, ANPAS-18, Infrared System 16104-000, AN/KAS-1, MARFLIR SW215-B3-OMI-010, ANPEQ-Z, Infrared Illuminator SW215-B7-MM0-010, HPLI N00244-95-M-2482, Ground Commander's Pointer SW215-AV-MM0-010, AN/PAS-19, Lightweight Thermal Imager Naval Special Warfare, Night Vision Electro-Optics/Camouflage, Concealment, and Deception (NVEO/CCD) Training Manual (CDROM), NAVSEA Crane, May 2001

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F.

202.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Capabilities

Battery [refs. d thru n] Battery compartment [refs. d thru n] MARFLIR [ref. i] Single eyepiece unit [ref. g] Dual eyepiece unit [refs. e, f] Scope [ref. d] IR switch [refs. e thru g] Thermal imager [refs. h, m]

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Questions ABCE ABCE ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABDE ABCDEF

202

NIGHT VISION ELECTRO OPTICS (NVEO) SYSTEM (CONT'D)

202.1.9 .10

Laser illuminator/designator [refs. j thru l] Test set [ref. n]

Questions ABCDEF ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

202.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [refs. d thru n] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: [refs. d thru n] a. b. c. d.

Initiating Operating Securing Preventive maintenance

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [refs. d thru n] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

202.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS

202.3.1

For each type of NVEO device, state the capabilities and limitations. [refs. d thru n] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NIGHT VISION ELECTRO OPTICS (NVEO) SYSTEM (CONT'D)

202.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

202.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [refs. d thru n] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Ambient light/halo effect Inclement weather Alternate power source Sea spray Muzzle flash Pyrotechnics

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

202.5.1

What special safety precautions apply to: a. b. c.

Handling/storage/disposal of batteries [ref. a, ch. C23] Use of lasers [ref. a, ch. B9; refs. b, c] Handling/storage of NVEO devices [refs. d thru n]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c]

203.1

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable NAVEDTRA 14221, Quartermaster 3 & 2 OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Ch. C9

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

203.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the source of control signals? What is the function of each switch and control knob? Questions ABCDEFGH A AB A A ABFGH ABCDEFGH

Radar [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 8] Charts [ref. b, ch. 1] Magnetic compass [ref. b, ch. 2] Dividers [ref. b, ch. 1] Parallel ruler [ref. b, ch. 1] Fathometer [ref. a] GPS [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

203.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

203.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. b, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT SYSTEM (CONT'D)

203.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS

203.3.1

What are the operating limits of the following: a. b. c. d.

Radar [ref. b, ch. 8] Magnetic compass [ref. b, ch. 2] Fathometer [ref. a] GPS [ref. a]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

203.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. a] a. b.

Satellite jamming Loss of electrical power

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 203.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

203.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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204 RADAR SYSTEM

204

References: [a] [b] [c] [d]

Radar Specific Operator's Manual The American Practical Navigator, (BOWDITCH), Pub. No. 9 OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat OP-4, Ammunition and Explosive Safety Afloat

204.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D.

204.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails?

Power switch Range scale selector switch (miles) Brightness knob FTC switch Heading marker switch Bearing cursor control knob Cursor dim control knob STC Gain control knob True/relative bearing control Range ring intensity control knob Tuning control knob ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

204.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. c; ref. d, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Questions AB ABCD ABD AB ABD AB AB ABD AB ABCD AB ABD

204

RADAR SYSTEM (CONT'D)

204.2.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS

204.3.1

What variables can effect minimum/maximum ranges? [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

204.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 13] a. b. c. d.

.2

Adverse weather conditions Loss of electrical power Power fluctuations Electromagnetic interference

How does this system interface with the navigation equipment? [ref. a; ref. b, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

204.5.1

What special safety precautions apply to HERO? [ref. d, ch. 3]

.2

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. c, ch. 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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205 TOWING SYSTEM

205

References: [a] [b] [c]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain's Mate OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)

[d]

205.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. b, ch. 4] A. B. C. D. E.

205.1.1 .2 .3 .4

What is its function? Where is it located? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on the system if this component fails? Questions ABCDE ABCDE ABCDE ABCDE

Towing eye Towing line Shackles Chafing gear ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

205.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

205.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Draw a diagram of the system while conducting: [refs. a, d] a. b. d.

Alongside tow Stern to bow tow Bow to stern tow

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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205

TOWING SYSTEM (CONT'D)

205.2.3

Discuss the towing lights associated with NSW crafts. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

205.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

205.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.

205.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

205.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed during towing operations? [ref. c, ch. C6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

116

206 GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS)

206

References: [a]

Manufacturer's Technical Manual

206.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

206.1.1 .2 .3 .4

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Questions ABCDEFG ABFG ABDEFG ABDEFG

Control display unit Antenna Power supply Crypto fill devices ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

206.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

206.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: a. b. c. d.

Mode/on Initialize Enter way points Enter routes

117

206

GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM (GPS) (CONT'D)

206.2.2

e f. g

Navigate by way points Display track Mode/off

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

206.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

206.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

206.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: a. b. c. d. e.

Inclement weather Fog Electrical/electronic interference Overhead obstruction Satellite

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the following: a. b.

Crypto Radar

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

206.5.1

What safety precautions apply to: a. b. c.

Battery installation Battery storage Troubleshooting

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

118

207 207

RAW WATER SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c]

207.1

Manufacturer's Technical Manual Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [refs. a, b] A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J.

207.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails What is the source of control signals? What is the function of each position? Questions ABDEFGHI ABFG ABCDEFGHIJ ABH ABE ABE ABH ABCGH ABEFGH

Inlet valve Raw water strainer Raw water pump Fuel oil cooler Heat exchanger Exhaust manifold Isolation valve Low pressure alarm/light Zincs ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

207.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

207.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

119

207

RAW WATER SYSTEM (CONT'D)

207.2.2

Using a diagram of this system, show the path of raw water from the sea suction to the overboard discharge. [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

207.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

207.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

207.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [refs. a, b] a. b. c.

Variations in raw water temperature Marine organisms Debris/pollutants

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the following: [refs. a, b] a. b. c.

Jacket Water system Bilge Priming system Lube Oil system

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

207.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. c, ch. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

120

208 JACKET WATER SYSTEM

208

References: [a] [b]

NAVEDTRA 10539, Engineman 3, ch. 7 OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat

208.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D. E. F.

208.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on the system if the component fails? Questions ABDEF ABCDEF ABDEF ABEF ABCDEF ABDEF ABDEF

Jacket water pump Expansion tank Heat exchangers Piping system Thermostat Temperature gage Inner/after cooler ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

208.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

208.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

121

208

JACKET WATER SYSTEM (CONT'D)

208.2.3

How do the following variables affect the operation of this system: [ref. a] a. b. c.

Loss of raw water Fluctuations in engine RPM Raw water ambient temperature

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

208.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

208.4.1

How does this system interface with the following: [ref. a] a. b.

Lube Oil system Raw Water system

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 208.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

208.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. b, ch. C23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

122

209 BILGE AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM

209

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat

209.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

209.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the function of each position?

Inlet valve [ref. a] Overboard discharge valve [ref. a; ref. b, ch. B3] Suction piping [ref. a] Check valves [ref. a] Hand bilge pump [ref. a] Electrical bilge pump [ref. a; ref. b, ch. B3] Bilge pump strainer [ref. a]

Questions ABFG ABG AB AB ABCF ABCDEFGH ABFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

209.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Draw a diagram of this system. [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

123

209

BILGE AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM (CONT'D)

209.2.3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

209.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

209.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.

209.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

209.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. b, ch. B3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

124

210 210

FUEL OIL SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c]

210.1

NAVEDTRA 10539, Engineman 3 Digital Owners Manual (DOM) Fuel System OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [refs. a, b] A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

210.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions AB ABCDFG ABEFG ABEFG ABG ABEFG ABCDFG ABCFG ABG

Fuel tanks Priming pumps Filters/strainers Fuel oil/water separator Hoses Shutoff valve Injectors/nozzles Fuel injection pump Piping ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

210.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

125

210

FUEL OIL SYSTEM (CONT'D)

210.2.2

Draw a diagram of this system. [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

210.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

210.4.1

How does cold weather affect the operation of this system? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

How does the main propulsion diesel engine system interface with this system? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

210.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed during: [ref. b; ref. c, ch. 4] a. b. c. d.

Operation of the system Refueling Returning of fuel oil to tanks Fuel stripping

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

126

211 ENGINE OIL SYSTEM

211

References: [a]

Manufacturer Technical Manual

211.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

211.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? Questions ABCDFG ABDEFG ABDEFG ABDEFG ABFG ABCEFG AB

Pumps Strainers/filters Cooler Dipstick Flexible hoses Pressure gauge Sump ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

211.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

211.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Draw a diagram of this system. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

127

211

ENGINE OIL SYSTEM (CONT'D)

211.2.3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

211.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

211.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

211.4.1

How do the following variables affect the operation of this system? a. b. c. d. e.

Loss of jacket water Loss of raw water Fuel oil dilution Crank case breather Cracked oil cooler tubes

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the Raw/Jacket Water system? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

211.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

211.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

128

212 MAIN PROPULSION DIESEL ENGINE SYSTEM

212

References: [a] [b] [c]

NAVEDTRA 10539, Engineman 3 NAVEDTRA 14076, Engineman 2 OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat

212.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C.

212.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power?

Engine/transmission dipstick [ref. a, ch. 8] Engine/transmission controls [ref. a, ch. 9] Tachometer [ref. b, ch. 4] Turbocharger [ref. b, ch. 3] Heat exchanger [ref. a, ch. 7] Batteries [ref. a, ch. 10]

Questions AB ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

212.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a, chs. 7 thru 10; ref. b, chs. 3, 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a, chs. 7 thru 10; ref. b, chs. 3, 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

212.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

129

212

MAIN PROPULSION DIESEL ENGINE SYSTEM (CONT'D)

212.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

212.4.1

How do the following variables affect the operation of this system: a. b. c. d.

Loss of fuel [ref. b, ch. 1] Loss of raw water [ref. a, ch. 7] Loss of electrical power [ref. a, ch. 11] Transmission/shaft malfunction [ref. b, ch. 8]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g.

Hydraulic systems [ref. b, ch. 8] Bilge system [ref. a, ch. 14] Electrical system [ref. a, ch. 10] Transmission/shafting [ref. b, ch. 8] A/C [ref. a, ch. 17] Raw water system [ref. a, ch. 7] Freshwater system [ref. b, ch. 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 212.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

212.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. c, ch. C13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

130

213 213

MARINE PROPULSION GEAR SYSTEM

References: [a] [b] [c]

213.1

NAVEDTRA10539, Engineman 3 OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K.

213.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the source of control signals? What is the function of each position? What are the interlocks?

Marine reduction gear [ref. a, ch. 12; ref. c] Control mechanism [ref. c] Oil cooler [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. c] Oil filter [ref. a, ch. 8; ref. c] Oil pressure gage [ref. a, ch. 11; ref. c] Oil dipstick [ref. c] Flexible tubing/hose [ref. c] Shaft [ref. a, ch. 12; ref. c] Propeller/impeller [ref. a, ch. 12; ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

131

Questions ABCEFGK ABH ABFGH AB ABEFGH A B FI ABH ABCDEGHI ABCDGHIJK

213

MARINE PROPULSION GEAR SYSTEM (CONT'D)

213.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

213.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a, ch. 5]

.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

213.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

213.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

213.4.1

How do the following outside influences affect the operation of this system: [ref. c] a. b. c. d.

Towing another vessel Objects/floating debris Loss of shaft/screw High bilge level

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the following: [ref. c] a. b.

Raw water system Main Propulsion Diesel Engine system

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 213.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

213.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. b, ch. C13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

132

214 214

WATER JET PUMP SYSTEM

References: [a] [b]

214.1

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Manufacturer's Technical Manual

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [refs. a, b] A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

214.1.1 .2 .3 .4

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the protective devices for this component? What protection is provided by this component/function? What are the probable indications this component /function failed? Questions ABCDEG ABDFG ACFG ABCDEG

Jet pump Bucket control assembly Backflush Steering control assembly ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

214.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

214.2.1

What is the sequence of component involvement to initiate: [refs. a, b] a. b.

Pump operation Backflush

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

133

214

WATER JET PUMP SYSTEM (CONT'D)

214.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

214.4.1

How do the following conditions affect the operation of this system: [refs. a, b] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Loss of engine Clogged intake suction grill Foreign objects in water Loss of hydraulic pressure Misadjustment of control cable Malfunctioning ram

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 214.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

214.5.1

What special safety precautions apply to cleaning the system while afloat? [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

134

215 MAIN ENGINE STARTING SYSTEM

215

References: [a]

Digital Owners Manual

215.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D.

215.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions ABD ABCD ABCD ABD ABD ABCD ABD ABD

Battery Starter Starter solenoid Starter switch Isolation/barrel switch Parallel switch Ground plates Voltmeter ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

215.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

215.2.1

Draw a diagram of this system showing the path of direct current from the battery to the starter. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

135

215

MAIN ENGINE STARTING SYSTEM (CONT'D)

215.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

215.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

215.4.1

How does this system interface with the following: a. b.

Main engine Ships service batteries

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 215.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

215.5.1

What safety precautions apply to: a. b.

Starting engine Battery handling

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

136

216 216

EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN SYSTEM

References: [a] [b]

216.1

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Ch. C13

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B C. D.

216.1.1 .2

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What protection is provided by this component/component parts? Questions ABCD ABCD

Air shutdown Fuel shutdown ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

216.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

216.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

216.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

216.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.

216.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

216.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when working with this system? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

137

217 INSTRUMENT PANEL AND STEERING SYSTEM

217

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Ch. C13

217.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

217.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12 .13 .14 .15 .16 .17 .18 .19

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the function of each position?

Tachometer Engine oil pressure/temperature gage Gear oil pressure/temperature gage Shifting lever/throttle Engine shut down control Emergency engine shutdown control Starter switch Instrument light switch Hour meter Water pressure gage Water temperature gage Nozzle/lower unit Steering/reverse ram Rudder/nozzle angle indicator Angle indicator transmitter Hydraulic storage reservoir Hydraulic pump Bypass valve Ball valve

138

Questions ABCFGH ABFGH ABFGH ABDFGHI ABDEFGHI ABDEFGHI ABCDFGHI ABCDGHI ABCFGH ABFGH ABCFGH ABCDEGHI ABCGH ABCFGH ABCFGH ABEFGH ABCEGH ABDFGH ABDFGHI

217

INSTRUMENT PANEL AND STEERING SYSTEM (CONT'D)

217.1.20 .21 .22 .23

Helm unit Sight level indicator Start disable switch Trim tab/tilt indicator

Questions ABCDGHI ABFGH ABCDFGHI ABCDEGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 217.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

217.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

217.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

217.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE – None to be discussed.

217.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

217.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

139

218 WATER JET SYSTEM

218

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Ch. C13

218.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

218.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the source of control signals? Questions ABCEFG ABDEF ABF ABF ABF ABCDFG

Control cable Three way valve Aft hydraulic ram Pressure relief valve Hydraulic pump Helm control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

218.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

218.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

140

218

WATER JET SYSTEM (CONT'D)

218.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

218.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

218.4.1

How do the following variables affect the operation of this system: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Engine casualty Transmission casualty Clogged pumps/strainers Jammed reversing bucket Worn reversing bucket Hydraulic system casualty

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 218.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

218.5.1

What safety precautions apply when performing maintenance on this system? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

141

219 DIRECT CURRENT (DC) POWER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

219

References: [a] [b]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat, Ch. C9

219.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D. E. F.

219.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What is the function of each position? Questions AB AB ABC AB AB ABCE ABE AB ABDF AB

Ammeter Charger Alternator Battery Voltage regulator Distribution panel Bus circuit breaker Fuses Rotary switch Receptacles ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

219.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

219.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

142

219

DIRECT CURRENT (DC) POWER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (CONT'D)

219.2.2

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

219.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

219.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

219.4.1

How does this system interface with the following: [ref. a] a. b. c.

Radar system Radio system ac power/shore power

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 219.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

219.5.1

What safety precautions apply to: [ref. b] a. b. c.

Charging batteries Storage, care, handling, and disposal of batteries Maintenance on the Electrical system

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

143

220 CRAFT MOBILITY SYSTEM

220

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f]

Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable NAVSEA S9086-TX-STM -010, Boats and Small Craft, Ch. 583 NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain's Mate Command Instructions NAVSEA S9086-TW-STM-010, Mooring and Towing, Ch. 582 NAVSEA S9086-UU-STM-010, NSTM Wire and Fiber Rope and Rigging, Ch. 613

220.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D.

220.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12 .13 .14 .15 .16

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails?

Wire rope [ref. a; ref. f, sec. 1] Steadying line [ref. a; ref. c, ch. 2] Cotter pins [ref. a] Spreader bar [ref. a] Belly bands [ref. a] Hoisting slings [ref. a; ref. b, sec. 7] Tie downs/gripes [ref. a; ref. b, sec. 9] Chain plates/lifting padeye [ref. a] Shackles [ref. a; ref. c, ch. 4] Sea painter [ref. a; ref. c, ch. 5] Samson post [ref. a] Cleats [ref. a; ref. e, sec. 3] 5 k and 10 k cargo straps [ref. a] 40 k Marine Corps sling [ref. a] Trip line [ref. a] Release hook [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

144

Questions ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD ABCD

220

CRAFT MOBILITY SYSTEM (CONT'D)

220.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

220.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What is the sequence of component involvement to lower/raise a boat using lifting equipment? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What indications are received if the system is malfunctioning? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

220.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

220.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

220.4.1

How does this system interface with the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. f.

Cranes [ref. b] Davits [ref. c, ch. 5] Rotary wing aircraft [ref. a] Fixed wing aircraft [ref. a] Skids [ref. c, ch. 5] MCADS [ref. d] PMES [ref. d]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 220.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

220.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when: [ref. d] a. b. c.

Hoisting/lowering craft with personnel aboard Launching/recovering craft in rough seas Loading/unloading aircraft

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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221 OUTBOARD MOTOR SYSTEM

221

References: [a] [b]

Manufacturer's Operating Manual, Engine Specific Local SME

221.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a] A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

221.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12 .13 .14 .15 .16 .17

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions AF ABCEFG ABCDG ABDEG ABDG ADG AEF ABE ABEG ABG AF ABFG ABFG AB ABG ABG ABEFG

Cover Power head Propeller Tiller and throttle control Shift handle Transom mount/power trim and tilt Safety lanyard Water intake Water pump Manual primer Dead-man switch Fuel pump/filter VRO Engine lube oil sump Lower unit Mid section Fuel tank ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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221

OUTBOARD MOTOR SYSTEM (CONT'D)

221.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

221.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What is the path of the fuel through the system? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What indications are received if the system is overheating? [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Explain the operation to start the engine? [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

221.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

221.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

221.4.1

How do the following variables affect the operation of this system: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f.

Water intake Altitude Fuel quantity Marine organisms, debris, and pollutants Spark plug gap Fuel and oil mixture

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

How does this system interface with the craft transom? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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221

OUTBOARD MOTOR SYSTEM (CONT'D)

221.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

221.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [refs. a, b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

148

222 222

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) SYSTEM

References: [a] [b]

TM 11044, F-470, Field Service Manual COMNAVSPECWARCOMINST 3120.1B, Safety Regulations and Operating Guidelines for Combat Rubber Raiding Craft Operations [c] Local SME _________________________ GRAPHICS BASE LINE _________________________ 222.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: [ref. a, sec. 1; Introduction] A. B. C. D. E.

222.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions ABDE ABCDE ABDE ABDE ABCDE ABDE ABE ABCDE

Floor boards, slat/aluminum Inflatable hull Inflation valves Speed tubes CO2 Inflation system Transom Foot pump Towing bridle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

222.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

222.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? [ref. a, sec. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

149

222

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) SYSTEM (CONT'D)

222.2.2

What is the sequence of component involvement to accomplish: [ref. a, sec. 1] a. b. c. d.

.3

Installing/removing floorboards CO2 boat inflation Manual boat inflation Mounting/removing outboard motor

How do the variables affect the operation of this system: [ref. c] a. b. c. d. e.

Inclement weather Rough seas/surf zone Coral reefs/rocky or rough shore lines Loading Air tube section failure

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 222.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

222.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

222.4.1

How does this system interface with the outboard motor? [ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

222.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

222.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when operating this system? [ref. a, sec. 2; ref. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What special safety precautions apply to repairs? [ref. a, sec. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

150

223 NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) CRAFT TRAILER/TRANSPORTER SYSTEM

223

References: [a]

Manufacturer's Technical Manual

223.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J.

223.1.1 .2 .3 .4 .5 .6 .7 .8 .9 .10 .11 .12

What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What protection is provided by this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the effect on system operation if this component fails? What is the function of each position? What are the interlocks? Questions ABJ ABDEFGHIJ ABCDFH ABCDF ABDEF ABE ABDEFI ABDEFI ABDEFI ABDEFI AGI ABEGHI

Suspension Brakes Winches Lighting Tongue jack Rollers Prime mover pintle/hitch Guide rails Buddy bearings Brake Flushing system Tires Safety chains ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

151

223

NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE (NSW) CRAFT TRAILER/TRANSPORTER SYSTEM (CONT'D)

223.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

223.2.1

How do the components work together to achieve the system’s function? ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

223.3

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS – None to be discussed.

223.4

SYSTEM INTERFACE

223.4.1

How does this system interface with the prime mover's: a. b

Lighting system Braking system

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 223.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

223.5.1

What safety precautions must be observed when/during: a. b. c. d. e.

Loading/unloading craft Backing trailer Hooking/unhooking trailer to/from prime mover Towing Abnormal weather/road conditions

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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300

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS

300.1

INTRODUCTION The Watchstation section of your PQS is where you get a chance to demonstrate to your Qualifier that you can put the knowledge you have gained in the previous sections to use. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. Before starting your assigned tasks, you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification.

300.2

FORMAT Each watchstation in this section contains: •

A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE, which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification.



PREREQUISITES, which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation. Prerequisites may include schools, watchstation qualifications from other PQS books, and fundamentals, systems, or watchstation qualifications from this book. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item, the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. Record the date of actual completion, not the sign-off date.



WATCHSTATION Performance, which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. The performance is broken down as follows:

Tasks (routine operating tasks that are performed frequently) Infrequent Tasks Abnormal Conditions Emergencies Training Watches If there are multiple watchstations, a QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY will appear at the end of the Standard.

153

300

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONT’D)

300.3

OPERATING PROCEDURES The PQS deliberately makes no attempt to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or control or correct a casualty. The only proper sources of this information are the technical manuals, Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS), Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) or other policy-making documents prepared for a specific installation or a piece of equipment. Additionally, the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school, ship to ship, and squadron to squadron based upon such factors as mission requirements. Thus, proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer.

300.4

DISCUSSION ITEMS Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion, some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate. Therefore, you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier.

300.5

NUMBERING Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records.

300.6

HOW TO COMPLETE After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task, you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step, your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. After all line items have been completed, your Qualifier will verify Final Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification pages.

154

FINAL QUALIFICATION 301

NAVEDTRA 43403-C LINE HANDLER

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified LINE HANDLER (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

155

WATCHSTATION 301 LINE HANDLER

301

Estimated completion time: 1 Week

301.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

301.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (Basic) (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101

Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102

General Ordnance Safety Precautions

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103

First Aid

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 104

Lifesaving Equipment

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 105

Survival

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

157

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.1.2

106

Physical Fitness Philosophy

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 113

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Characteristics

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 125

Towing

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 126

Anchoring

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 127

Hoisting

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 130

Refueling

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 134

Prime Mover and Trailer

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 135

Weatherproofing

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 136

Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

158

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.1.2

138

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Small Arms

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .3

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 205

Towing

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 220

Craft Mobility

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 223

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Trailer/Transporter

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 301.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

301.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABCDEFG

Assist in rigging stern tows ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Assist in rigging alongside tows

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

159

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.2.3

Assist in going alongside/getting underway

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Assist in anchoring

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Secure for sea

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Assist in mooring to pier and buoy

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Assist in hoisting/lowering craft

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Assist in loading/unloading personnel and cargo

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Assist in refueling operation

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 11% OF WATCHSTATION.

160

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F.

301.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDEF

Retrieving parachutes ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Recovering rubber duck

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

SDV tow/launch

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Recover capsized craft

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 11% OF WATCHSTATION. 301.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS – None to be discussed.

161

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

301.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Fire/flooding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Collision

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Abandon craft

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Man overboard

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Craft aground

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

162

301

LINE HANDLER (CONT’D)

301.5.6

Questions ABCDEFGH

Medical emergency ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 11% OF WATCHSTATION.

301.6

WATCHES

301.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Line Handler (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Line Handler (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 13% OF WATCHSTATION.

301.7

EXAMINATIONS

301.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

163

FINAL QUALIFICATION 302

NAVEDTRA 43403-C LOOKOUT

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified LOOKOUT (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

165

WATCHSTATION 302 302

LOOKOUT Estimated completion time: 1 week

302.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

302.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 301

Line Handler

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 114

Lookout

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 116

Magnetic Compass

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 117

Aids To Navigation

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 118

Rules of The Road

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

167

302

LOOKOUT (CONT’D)

301.1.3

137

Night Vision Electro-Optical

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 139

Surf/Beach Characteristics

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 201

Craft Communications

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 202

Night Vision Electro-Optics (NVEO)

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 302.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F.

302.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABCDEF

Detect, identify, and report aircraft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Detect, identify, and report surface craft ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

168

ABCDEF

302

LOOKOUT (CONT’D)

302.2.3

Detect, identify, and report NAVAIDS

Questions ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Detect, identify, and report hazards to navigation

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Conduct NAV light checks and report results

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. 302.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

302.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. What safety precautions must be observed?

Act as a low visibility/inclement weather lookout

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Use signaling devices

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. 302.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS – None to be discussed.

169

302

LOOKOUT (CONT’D)

302.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

302.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Detect/report man in water ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Detect/report distress signals

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION.

170

302

LOOKOUT (CONT’D)

302.6

WATCHES

302.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Underway Lookout (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Underway Lookout (night with NVEO) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION.

302.7

EXAMINATIONS

302.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

171

FINAL QUALIFICATION 303

NAVEDTRA 43403-C SMALL ARMS OPERATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified SMALL ARMS OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

173

WATCHSTATION 303 SMALL ARMS OPERATOR

303

Estimated completion time: 1 month

303.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

303.1.1

SCHOOLS: Enhanced Organizational Level Maintenance (S-041-0002) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Naval SWCC (Basic) (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101

Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102

General Ordnance Safety Precautions

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103

First Aid

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 106

Physical Fitness Philosophy

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

175

303

SMALL ARMS OPERATOR (CONT’D)

303.1.2

135

Weatherproofing

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 136

Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Defense

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 137

Night Vision Electro-Optical

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 138

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Small Arms

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .3

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 201

Craft Communications Systems and Components

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 202

Night Vision Electro Optics (NVEO)

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

176

303

SMALL ARMS OPERATOR (CONT’D)

303.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

303.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate rifle

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate shotgun

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate revolver

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate semiautomatic pistol

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate light machine gun

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate 40mm grenade launchers/machine gun ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

177

ABCDEFG

303

SMALL ARMS OPERATOR (CONT’D)

303.2.7

Disassemble, reassemble, function-check, and operate heavy barrel machine gun

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Install, check, and operate a weapon with the BFA utilizing blank ammunition

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 50% OF WATCHSTATION. 303.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

303.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS – None to be discussed.

303.5

EMERGENCIES – None to be discussed.

303.6

WATCHES – None to be discussed.

303.7

EXAMINATIONS

303.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

178

FINAL QUALIFICATION 304

NAVEDTRA 43403-C OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

179

WATCHSTATION 304 OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR

304

Estimated completion time: 2 week

304.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

304.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Outboard Motor Repair (K-652-0237) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Maintenance and Material Management System (3M) (NAVEDTRA 43241-H), 301 PQS Maintenance Man ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101

Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103

First Aid

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

181

304

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

304.1.3

106

Physical Fitness Philosophy

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 128

Engineering Logs and Records

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 129

Hand Tools

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 130

Refueling

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 132

Outboard Engine

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .3

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 221

Outboard Motor

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

182

304

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

304.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

304.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Combine the proper fuel and oil mixture (2 times)

Questions ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Start outboard motor

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Secure motor

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Rig outboard motor to craft

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Perform applicable PMS (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

183

304

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

304.2.6

Shallow water operations

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 304.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

304.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

304.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Obstructed fuel flow ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Motor overheating

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Improper fuel mixture

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Excessive vibration

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

184

304

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

304.4.5

Fuel contamination

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 304.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E.

304.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? F. How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? G. What follow-up action is required? H. Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency I. What safety precautions must be observed? Questions Loss of cooling water ABCDEFGHI ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Seized motor

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Loss of propulsion with motor running

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Engine is dropped overboard or completely submerged

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Engine overspeeds

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 185

304

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

303.6

WATCHES – None to be discussed.

304.7

EXAMINATIONS

304.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

186

FINAL QUALIFICATION 305

NAVEDTRA 43403-C RADIO OPERATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified RADIO OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

187

WATCHSTATION 305 RADIO OPERATOR

305

Estimated completion time: 4 weeks

305.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

305.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Communications Security Material System (CMS) (NAVEDTRA 43462-B) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101

Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102

General Ordnance Safety Precautions

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103

First Aid

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

189

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.1.3

105

Survival

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 106

Physical Fitness Philosophy

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 109

Operational Reports

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110

Security

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 111

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Command and Control

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 112

Special Operations

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 113

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Characteristics

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 115

Radio Communication

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 135

Weatherproofing

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

190

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

301.1.4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 201

Craft Communications

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 217

Instrument Panel and Steering

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 219

Direct Current (DC) Power Supply and Distribution

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 305.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F.

305.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Setup and test HF radio equipment (secure/nonsecure)

Questions ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Setup and test VHF radio equipment (secure/nonsecure)

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Setup and test UHF radio equipment (secure/nonsecure) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

191

ABCDEF

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.2.4

Setup and test SATCOM radio equipment (secure/nonsecure)

Questions ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Check in/out of directed voice radio circuit with NCS

ABCEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Establish communication using proper R/T procedures

ABCEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Weatherproof portable radio(s)

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Setup and operate marine band radio

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Load and operate a cryptographic fill device

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Setup and load survival radio

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Setup and operate data transfer device ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

192

ABCDEF

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.2.12

Load/test and operate IFF (2 times)

Questions ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Setup radios in a DICP (2 times)

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Setup and operate craft TRS (2 times)

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Setup and operate handheld radios

ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Extract and prepare a CEOI

ABCF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Prepare an execution check list

ABCF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 13% OF WATCHSTATION.

193

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E.

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions

305.3.1

Setup field expedient antenna for: a.

UHF

ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) b.

VHF

ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.

HF

ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d.

SATCOM

ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Obtain azimuth and elevation to a communication satellite utilizing equatorial satellite antenna pointing guide (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

194

ABCDE

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.3.3

Perform OTAR/OTAT operation (2 times)

Questions ABCDE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. 305.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

305.4.1

What indications or alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Inclement weather ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Loss/low transmitter power

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Low or loss of craft power

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

195

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I

305.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. What safety precaution must be observed Questions ABCDEFGH

Loss of communications ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Battery case hot or expanded

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Batteries corroded

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Constant key on radio transmitter

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

196

305

RADIO OPERATOR (CONT’D)

305.6

WATCHES

305.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Underway Radio Operator (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Underway Radio Operator (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

305.7

EXAMINATIONS

305.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

197

FINAL QUALIFICATION 306

NAVEDTRA 43403-C RADAR OPERATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified RADAR OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

199

WATCHSTATION 306 RADAR OPERATOR

306

Estimated completion time: 1 week

306.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

306.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 302

Lookout

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 119

Nautical Charts and Publications

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 121

Radar Navigation

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 122

Global Positioning System (GPS)

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

201

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.1.3

123

Navigation

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 203

Navigation Equipment

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 204

Radar

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 206

Global Positioning System (GPS)

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 217

Instrument Panel and Steering

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 219

Direct Current (DC) Power Supply and Distribution

Completed ___________________________________ 10% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

202

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

306.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABEFG

Energize and tune radar (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Correlate scope presentation with nautical chart (3 times)

ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Provide radar information for navigation fixes (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

203

ABDEFG

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.2.4

Establish craft position using radar bearings (3 times)

Questions ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Establish craft position using radar ranges (3 times)

ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Navigate craft by radar (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Secure radar (3 times)

ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.2.8

Track targets (3 times)

Questions ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Use 3- and 6-minute rule to determine target course and speed (3 times)

ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Determine target CPA (3 times)

ABEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

205

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

306.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What is the alarm set point? What parameters must be monitored? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDGH

Set EMCON ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Utilize range rings

ABFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Utilize anchor alarm

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

206

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

306.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

EMI ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

False target

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Power fluctuations

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Overheating

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Loss of signal

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Inclement weather

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

207

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

306.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Loss of navigation radar (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Loss of plotting input

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Loss of GPS input

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

208

306

RADAR OPERATOR (CONT’D)

306.6

WATCHES

306.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: At Anchor (day) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) At Anchor (night) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Underway (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Underway (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

306.7

EXAMINATIONS

306.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

209

FINAL QUALIFICATION 307

NAVEDTRA 43403-C NAVIGATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified NAVIGATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

211

WATCHSTATION 307 307

NAVIGATOR Estimated completion time: 2 weeks

307.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

307.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 305

Radio Operator

Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 306

Radar Operator

Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 120

Tides and Currents

Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 133

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC)

Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

213

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.1.4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 222

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC)

Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 307.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

307.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Lay out and check all navigation plotting equipment

Questions ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Lay a PIM with two or more waypoints (3 times)

ABCFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Utilize information provided by aids to navigation (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

214

ABCEFG

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.4

Establish boat’s position using visual aids (3 times)

Questions ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Estimate boat’s approximate position using dead reckoning (3 times)

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Navigate craft by dead reckoning (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Make deck log entries (3 times)

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

215

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.8

Determine magnetic compass error (3 times)

Questions ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Obtain latitude and longitude from nautical chart (3 times)

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Obtain title block information from nautical chart (3 times)

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Obtain baseline bearing and beach facing (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

216

ABFG

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.12

Determine grid coordinates (3 times)

Questions ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Convert grid north, magnetic north, and true north (3 times)

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Determine speed over ground (3 times)

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Determine course and speed made good (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

217

ABG

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.16

Correct nautical charts (3 times)

Questions ABCG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Evaluate weather and sea conditions (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Compute tides and currents (3 times)

ABCG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Obtain sunrise, sunset, moonrise, and moonset (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

218

ABG

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.20

Start up and initialize GPS (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Enter five or more way points into GPS (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Navigate using GPS (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Establish position using GPS (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

219

ABCDEFG

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.2.24

Prepare and submit sail plan (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. 307.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

307.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

307.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Craft is dragging anchor (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Bubbles in magnetic compass face ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

220

ABCDEFGH

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.4.3

Out of date/uncorrected charts

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Encountering heavy weather and low visibility (2 times)

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

GPS fails to initialize (2 times)

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. 307.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

307.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Loss of electrical power ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

221

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.5.2

Failure of craft's horn in a maneuvering situation

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Loss of navigation lights

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Loss of radar

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Loss of GPS

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION. 307.6

WATCHES

307.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Navigator underway (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Navigator underway (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 15% OF WATCHSTATION.

222

307

NAVIGATOR (CONT’D)

307.7

EXAMINATIONS

307.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

223

FINAL QUALIFICATION 308

NAVEDTRA 43403-C COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

225

WATCHSTATION 308 COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR

308

Estimated completion time: 1 week

308.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

308.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC School (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 304

Outboard Motor Operator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 307

Navigator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 308.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

308.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABCDEFG

Prepare CRRC for use ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

227

308

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR (CONT’D)

308.2.2

Rig CRRC for launch, recovery, and towing (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Perform surf passage (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Organize CRRC crew and recite commands (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Stow and secure operational equipment in CRRC (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 28% OF WATCHSTATION.

228

ABCDEFG

308

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR (CONT’D)

308.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

308.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What parameters must be monitored? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDEFG

Perform dump boat procedures ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Perform field expedient patching procedures

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Dewater boat using installed scuppers ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION.

229

ABCEFG

308

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR (CONT’D)

308.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

308.4.1

What indications are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Air/water leaks in CRRC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Loss of engine

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION. 308.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below:

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

308.5.1

What indications are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Irreparable damage to CRRC ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 230

308

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR (CONT’D)

308.5.2

CRRC capsize

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Man overboard

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION. 308.6

WATCHES

308.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Operator underway (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Operator underway (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 18% OF WATCHSTATION.

308.7

EXAMINATIONS

308.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

231

FINAL QUALIFICATION 309

NAVEDTRA 43403-C COXSWAIN

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified COXSWAIN (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

233

WATCHSTATION 309 309

COXSWAIN Estimated completion time: 2 weeks

309.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

309.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 307

Navigator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 124

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Craft Handling

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) .4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 215

Main Engine Starting

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 216

Emergency Engine Shutdown

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

235

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.1.4

218

Water Jet

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 309.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

309.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABCDEFG

Start the engines ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Test the helm

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Get underway (4 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

236

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.2.4

Maintain various headings using magnetic compass (4 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Back down (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Maneuver while towing and being towed (4 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Steer in various sea conditions

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

237

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.2.8

Moor craft (4 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Retrieve swimmer/equipment (4 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Beach retraction (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Maneuver with one engine

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

238

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.2.12

Maneuver alongside another vessel underway (4 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Maneuver with trim tabs (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Maneuver in formation (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Maneuver during gun shoot (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Maneuver in restricted waterways (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

239

ABCDEFG

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.2.17

Maneuver for hoisting operations (2 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Maneuver for trailer recovery (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 24% OF WATCHSTATION. 309.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

240

ABCDEFG

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

309.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Loss of steering ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Loss of one or more engines

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 309.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

309.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Grounding ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

241

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.5.2

Man overboard

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Flooding

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Fire

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Engine casualties

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

242

309

COXSWAIN (CONT’D)

309.6

WATCHES

309.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Underway Coxswain (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Underway Coxswain (night) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

309.7

EXAMINATIONS

309.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

243

FINAL QUALIFICATION 310

NAVEDTRA 43403-C COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

245

WATCHSTATION 310 COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER

310

Estimated completion time: 2 months

310.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

310.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Craft-Specific Engine Course, as applicable (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 304

Outboard Motor Operator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 108

Naval Supply

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 131

Diesel Engine

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

247

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.1.4

SYSTEMS FROM THIS PQS: 207

Raw Water

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 208

Jacket Water

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 209

Bilge and Drainage

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 210

Fuel Oil

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 211

Engine Oil

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 212

Main Propulsion Diesel Engine

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 213

Marine Propulsion Gear

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 214

Water Jet Pump

Completed ___________________________________ 5% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 215

Main Engine Starting

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

248

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.1.4

216

Emergency Engine Shutdown

Completed ___________________________________ 3% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 217

Instrument Panel and Steering

Completed ___________________________________ 4% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 310.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

310.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Conduct preoperational checks (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Check Fuel/Lube Oil/Cooling systems (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

249

ABCDEFG

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.2.3

Operate Cold Weather Starting system

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Maintain engineering logs and records (3 times)

ABCDFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Lubricate jet pumps/drive shafts fitting (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Conduct fuel clear and bright test (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

250

ABCDEFG

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.2.7

Draw and test lube oil samples (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Draw and test cooling water samples (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Perform postoperational checks (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

310.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

251

ABCDEFG

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

310.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

High jacket water temperature ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Raw water/jacket water leaks

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Low engine lube oil pressure

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Clogged fuel, lube oil, or cooling water filters/strainers

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5.

Unusual noise or vibration

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Contaminated lube/fuel oil

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

252

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.4.7

Low fuel oil pressure

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Air bound Fuel Oil system

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Low transmission drive oil pressure

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 High/low electrical output

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Leaks in Lube Oil system

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 High exhaust temperature

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Exhaust leaks

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14. White/gray/black smoke

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Transmission fails to engage

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

253

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

310.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Runaway engine ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Loss of steering control

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Overheated engine

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Loss of transmission drive oil pressure

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Loss of electrical power

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Major fuel oil leak

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

254

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.5.7

Fire and flooding

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Loss of engine lube oil pressure

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Loss of raw water/jacket water cooling

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Loss of propulsion jet pump discharge

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Loss of overboard discharge

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION. 310.6

WATCHES

310.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Combat Craft Engineer (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 10% OF WATCHSTATION.

255

310

COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER (CONT’D)

310.7

EXAMINATIONS

310.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

256

FINAL QUALIFICATION 311

NAVEDTRA 43403-C SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC)

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

257

WATCHSTATION 311 SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC)

311

Estimated completion time: 2 months

311.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

311.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (E-20-0032) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: Current CPR Certification Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Current First Aid Certification Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.3

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 303

Small Arms Operator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 308

Combat Rubber Raiding Craft (CRRC) Operator

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

259

311

SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC)

311.1.3

309

Coxswain

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 310

Combat Craft Engineer

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .4

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 107

Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Organization and Administration

Completed ___________________________________ 20% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 311.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

311.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Prepare craft for full mission profile (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

260

Questions ABCDEFG

311

SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) (CONT’D)

311.2.2

Participate in full mission profile (4 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 311.3

INFREQUENT TASKS – None to be discussed.

311.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

311.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Evasion and recovery ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

261

311

SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) (CONT’D)

311.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

311.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Craft-specific damage control ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Rig emergency steering (day) (2 times)

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Rig emergency steering (night) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

262

ABCDEFGH

311

SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) (CONT’D)

311.6

WATCHES

311.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Underway Small Arms Operator (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

311.7

EXAMINATIONS

311.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

263

FINAL QUALIFICATION 312

NAVEDTRA 43403-C COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

265

WATCHSTATION 312 COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER

312

Estimated completion time: 6 months

312.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

312.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Craft-Specific Engine School (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NEC 5351, Combatant-Craft Crewman (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Maintenance and Material Management System (3M) (NAVEDTRA 43241-H) (Qualification commensurate with pay grade) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

267

312

COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (CONT’D)

312.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

312.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Maintain engineering manuals, records, and logs

Questions ABCDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Verify craft-specific drawing

ABG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Conduct and monitor depot level quality assurance

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Inspect and document engineering repairs

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Analyze fuel/jacket water/lube oil samples ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

268

ABCDEFG

312

COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (CONT’D)

312.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

312.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What is the alarm set point? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDFGHI

Engine removal and installation ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Observe diesel inspection

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Marine propulsion gear removal and installation

ABCDFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Removal and installation of jet pumps

ABCDFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Conduct diesel engine trend analysis

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Observe dynamometer test

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

269

312

COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (CONT’D)

312.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

312.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGHI

Lube oil, fuel dilution ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Clogged jacket water heat exchanger

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Leak in Fuel system

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Clogged/fouled water jet pump

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Fouled propeller

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

270

312

COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (CONT’D)

312.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

312.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGHI

Craft hull damage (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Manually control engines and transmissions (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

271

ABCDEFGHI

312

COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER (CONT’D)

312.6

WATCHES

312.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Combat Craft Chief Engineer underway (4 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

312.7

EXAMINATIONS

312.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

272

FINAL QUALIFICATION 313

NAVEDTRA 43403-C PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC)

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

273

WATCHSTATION 313 PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC)

313

Estimated completion time: 3 months

313.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

313.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Craft Specific Engine Course (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: NSW ROS (K-431-0100) (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NEC 5351, Combatant-Craft Crewman (enlisted only) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Paygrade E-5 or above (waiverable by CO to E-4) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

275

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.1.3

PQS QUALIFICATIONS: Maintenance and Material Management System (3M), (NAVEDTRA 43241-H), 304 3M Division Officer (Qualification commensurate with pay grade) (REQUIRED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

313.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

313.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task.

Assist in preparing Warning Order Brief (2 times)

Questions ABCDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Assist in preparing Patrol Leader's Order (2 times)

ABCDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Plot a PIM (2 times)

ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

276

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.2.4

Complete operational risk assessment (3 times)

Questions ABCEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Supervise all preparations for getting underway (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Perform passenger safety briefing

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7

Perform rehearsals and inspections (2 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Maneuver craft in tactical formations (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

277

ABCDEFG

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.2.9

Maneuver craft in tactical formations (night) (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Successfully perform command directed FMP (6 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Perform underway dynamic weapons live fire exercise (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

278

ABCDEFG

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.2.12

Perform underway dynamic weapons live fire exercise (night) (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Perform search and rescue mission (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Complete associated craft logs/records/reports (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

279

ABCDFG

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.2.15

Supervise postoperational checks (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 313.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

313.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What parameters must be monitored? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDEFG

Provide fire support (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

280

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.3.2

Call for fire support (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Perform joint forces operations (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Perform underway refueling (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

281

ABCDEFG

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.3.5

Supervise immediate action drills, as applicable (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION. 313.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

313.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGH

Evasion and recovery (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

282

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

313.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency.

Coordinate and supervise MEDEVAC (day) (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2

Coordinate and supervise MEDEVAC (night) (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Supervise craft damage control (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

283

ABCDEFGH

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.5.4

Supervise craft damage control (night) (2 times)

Questions ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Render assistance to vessel in distress ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

313.6

WATCHES

313.6.1

STAND THE FOLLOWING WATCHES UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION: Petty Officer In Charge (POIC) (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Petty Officer In Charge (POIC) (night) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

284

ABCDEFGH

313

PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE (POIC) (CONT’D)

313.7

EXAMINATIONS

313.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

285

FINAL QUALIFICATION 314

NAVEDTRA 43403-C COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER

NAME______________________________ RATE/RANK____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinee’s knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. A copy of this completed page shall be kept in the individual’s training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (NAVEDTRA 43403-C).

RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED________________________________________DATE______________ Department Head QUALIFIED_____________________________________________DATE______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY________________________________DATE______________

287

WATCHSTATION 314 COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER

314

Estimated completion time: 3 months

314.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

314.1.1

SCHOOLS: Naval SWCC (K-060-0030) (RECOMMENDED FOR SWOS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

.2

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: NSW ROS (K-431-0100) (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Category ll, LSSO (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Ammunition Administration (J-041-0103) (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Fire Support MAG TAC Operations Course (J-2E-4316) (RECOMMENDED) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

289

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.1.3

WATCHSTATIONS FROM THIS PQS: 313

Petty Officer In Charge (POIC)

Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 314.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G.

314.2.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABCDEFG

Issue warning order (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Prepare and conduct patrol leader's order (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

290

ABCDEFG

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.2.3

Direct rehearsals and inspections (2 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4

Direct tactical formations (day) (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5

Direct tactical formations (night) (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6

Direct underway immediate action drills, as applicable (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

291

ABCDEFG

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.2.7

Direct command specific FMP (4 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8

Direct craft weapons dynamic live fire exercise (day) (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9

Direct craft weapons dynamic live fire exercise (night) (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Direct SAR operation (3 times)

ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

292

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.2.11

Direct force protection operations (3 times)

Questions ABCDEFG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Maintain DIVO notebook

ABCDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Prepare the following reports/messages: a.

GENADMIN

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

b.

Predeployment Site Survey

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) c.

Postoperation Report

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) d.

JULLS/SODARS

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) e.

LOGREQ

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

293

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER

314.2.13

f.

Questions ABDG

Unit/commander's SITREP

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) g.

SORTS

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) h.

CASREP

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) i.

OPREP-3, NAVY BLUE

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) j.

EPA

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 14. Conduct intelligence debrief

ABDG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .2 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

294

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below:

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

314.3.1

What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDEFGH

Direct fire support (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Direct call for fire (2 times)

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Direct, coordinate, and execute joint forces operations (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

295

ABCDEFGH

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.4

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS For the abnormal conditions listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I.

314.4.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this condition affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? What safety precautions must be observed? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the corrective/immediate action for this abnormal condition. Questions ABCDEFGHI

Craft aground (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Counter ambush (2 times)

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Evasion and recovery (2 times)

ABCDEFGHI

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .4 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

296

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.5

EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H.

314.5.1

What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEFGH

Direct MEDEVAC (day) (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Direct MEDEVAC (night) (2 times)

ABCDEFGH

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3

Direct craft-specific damage control (2 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

297

ABCDEFGH

314

COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER (CONT’D)

314.6

WATCHES

314.6.1

Stand the following watches under qualified supervision Combatant-Craft Patrol Officer (day) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Combatant-Craft Patrol Officer (night) (3 times) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 20% OF WATCHSTATION.

314.7

EXAMINATIONS

314.7.1

EXAMINATIONS

(OPTIONAL EXCEPT AS REQUIRED BY TYCOM/ISIC, ETC.) Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

EXAMINATIONS

Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

298

NAVEDTRA 43403-C QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) NAME_______________________________________ RATE/RANK_____________________

This qualification progress summary is used to track the progress of a trainee in the watchstations for this PQS and ensure awareness of remaining tasks. It should be kept by the individual or in the individual's training jacket and updated with an appropriate signature (Training Petty Officer, Division Officer, Senior Watch Officer, etc.) as watchstations are completed.

301

LINE HANDLER

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

302

LOOKOUT

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

303

Date_______________

SMALL ARMS OPERATOR

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

304

Date_______________

Date_______________

OUTBOARD MOTOR OPERATOR

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

299

Date_______________

QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC) (CONT'D) 305

RADIO OPERATOR

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

306

RADAR OPERATOR

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

307

Date_______________

COXSWAIN

Completed ___________________________________ (Signature)

310

Date_______________

COMBAT RUBBER RAIDING CRAFT (CRRC) OPERATOR

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NAVIGATOR

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COMBAT CRAFT ENGINEER

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NAVAL SPECIAL WARFARE COMBATANT-CRAFT CREWMAN (SWCC)

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COMBAT CRAFT CHIEF ENGINEER

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COMBATANT-CRAFT OFFICER IN CHARGE AND PETTY OFFICER IN CHARGE

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COMBATANT-CRAFT PATROL OFFICER

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS American Heart Association CPR Manual, BLS AN/KAS-1, Maritime Forward Looking Infrared (Marflir), (16104-000) AN/PAS-19, Lightweight Thermal Imager, (SW215-AV-MM0-010) AN/PSN-11, TM 11-5825-291-13 AN/PVS-15, Night Vision Binocular, (SW215-AX-MM0-010 AN/PVS-18, Night Vision Monocular, (D205689-0478) AN/PVS-7C, Night Vision Goggle, (SW215-AK-MM0-010) AN/TVS-5, Night Vision Sight, (SW215-AE-MM0-010) ANPAS-18, Infrared System, (TM0968A-10) ANPEQ-Z, Infrared Illuminator, (SW215-B3-OMI-010) CMS-21A, Communications Security Material System Command Ships Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM) Commands Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) COMNAVSPECWARCOMINST 3120.1B, Safety Regulations and Operating Guidelines for Combat Rubber Raiding Craft Operations COMNAVSPECWARCOMINST 6110.1B, Naval Special Warfare Physical Readiness Program COMNAVSURPACINST/COMNAVSURFLANTINST 3840.1A, Joint Surf Manual Craft Specific Boat Information Book (BIB), as applicable Department of Defense (DOD) Directive, 5210.56 Department of Military and Emergency Medicine, Peak Performance through Nutrition and Exercise. Digital Owners Manual Digital Owners Manual (DOM) Fuel System Engine Specific Technical Manual EO410-BA-GYD-010 Laser, Laser Safety F-470, Field Service Manual, TM 11044 Field Manual 21.11, First Aid for Soldiers FM23-65, U.S. Army Field Manual for .50 Cal Government Vehicle Operator’s Manual Ground Commander's Pointer, (N00244-95-M-2482) High Power Laser Illuminator (HPLI), (SW215-B7-MM0-010) Joint Pub 3-05, Doctrine for Joint Special Operation Joint Publication 3-50.3, Joint Doctrine for Invasion and Recovery Map Reading (FM 21-26) MIL-HDBK-828, Laser Range Safety MK V SOC Transporter, Transporter Information Book, 18 December 1998 Nautical Chart Symbols, Abbreviations, and Terms, Chart No. 1 Naval Special Warfare Center Publication, Naval Special Warfare Mission Planning Guide Naval Special Warfare Tactical Radio System (Rev. 1), AN/WSQ-8, Operators Manual, TE100-C1-MMO-010

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONT'D) FM 23-67LMG, Machine Gun 7.62-MM/M60, February 1984 Naval Special Warfare, Night Vision Electro-Optics/Camouflage, Concealment, and Deception (NVEO/CCD) Training Manual (CDROM), NAVSEA Crane, May 2001 NAVEDTRA 10539, Engineman 3 NAVEDTRA 10543-E1, Engineman 1 & C NAVEDTRA 12100, Boatswain’s Mate NAVEDTRA 12442, Gunner's Mate 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 12443, Gunner’s Mate NAVEDTRA 12968-A, Lookout Training Handbook NAVEDTRA 13119, Standard First Aid Course NAVEDTRA 14057-PPR, Damage Controlman NAVEDTRA 14067, Seaman NAVEDTRA 14075, Engineman 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14076, Engineman 2 NAVEDTRA 14104, Fireman NAVEDTRA 14110, Gunner Mate 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14144, Basic Military Requirement (BMR) NAVEDTRA 14180, Introduction to Amplifiers, Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series, Module 8 (NEETS Mod 8) NAVEDTRA 14181, Introduction to Wave-Generation and Wave-Shaping, Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series, Module 9 (NEETS Mod 9) NAVEDTRA 14182, Introduction to Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines and Antennas, Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series, Module 10 (NEETS Mod 10) NAVEDTRA 14184, Modulation, Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series, Module 12 (NEETS Mod 12) NAVEDTRA 14189, Radio Frequency Communications Principles, Navy Electricity and Electronics Training Series, Module 17 (NEETS Mod 17) NAVEDTRA 14220, Quartermaster 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14221 Quartermaster 3 & 2 NAVEDTRA 14222, Information Systems Technician (IT), Training Series, Mod 1, Administration and Security NAVEDTRA 14225, Communication Hardware, Informations Systems Technician Training Series, Module 4 (IT Mod. 4) NAVEDTRA 14226, Communications Center Operations, Informations Systems Technician Training Series, Module 5 (IT Mod. 5) NAVEDTRA 14242, Store Keeper, 3 and 2 NAVEDTRA 14244, Signalman 3 and 2 NAVEDTRA 14256, Tools and Their Uses NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman NAVEDTRA10539, Engineman 3 NAVSEA S9086-SN-STM-010, Naval Ships Technical Manual, Ship Fuel, and Fuel Systems NAVSEA S9086-TW-STM-010, Mooring and Towing

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONT'D) NAVSEA S9086-TX-STM -010, Boats and Small Craft NAVSEA S9086-UU-STM-010, NSTM Wire and Fiber Rope and Rigging NTP-4D, Naval Telecommunication Procedures Fleet Communications NWP 1-03.1, Operational Reports NWP 1-03.3, Status of Resources and Training Systems (SORTS) NWP 3-05 (Rev. D), Naval Special Warfare NWP 3-05.17 Special Boat Squadron in Naval Special Warfare NWP 3-06.1 Navy Riverine and Coastal Operations NWP 3-50.3, Survival, Evasion, and Recovery OP-4, Ammunition and Explosive Safety Afloat OP 5, Ammunition Ashore OPNAVINST 3100.6G, Special Incident Reporting OPNAVINST 3120.32C, Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy (SORM) OPNAVINST 3500.39A, Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 3591.1C, Small Arms Training and Qualification OPNAVINST 4790.4C, 3-M Manual OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat OPNAVINST 5510.60L, Security Regulations for Offices under the Cognizance of the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) OPNAVINST 5513.1E, Department of the Navy Security Classifications Guides OPNAVINST 5530.13B, Department of the Navy Physical Security Instruction for Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives (AA & E) OPNAVINST 6110.1F, Physical Readiness Program Radar Specific Operator's Manual Safe Engineering and Operations (SEAOPS), 30 June 1998, Change A Ship's Organization and Regulations Manual (SORM) Special Boat Unit Mission Essential Task List (METL) Special Operation Debriefing and Retrieval System (SODARS), Desktop Reference Guide Special Operations Forces Reference Manual (Jan. 1998) SW-300-BC-SAF-010, Clearing of Live Ammunition from Guns The American Practical Navigator (BOWDITCH) Pub. 9 The Commandant Instruction (COMDTINST), M16672.2C, Navigation Rules TM9-1005-319-10, Rifle 5.56-MM, M16A2 W/E (1005-01-1289936) TM-9-1010-221-10, Grenade Launchers U. S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), Maritime Operations and Training Manual, Volume 2, Combat Rubber Raiding Craft USSOCOM Pub 3-11, MTTP for Special Operations Forces in NBC Environments

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