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100 series

Concept of ORM

Lowering risks to acceptable levels

ORM "IAMIS"

Identifying hazards
Assessing Hazards
Making risk decisions
Implementing controls
Supervising

Identifying Hazards

Outline all steps in the operations and identify their hazards

Assessing Hazards

Determine the degree of each risk in terms of probability and severity

Making Risk Decisions

Determine whether the benefits outweigh the risks of each step

Implementing Controls

Implement engineering, administrative, and PPE controls to reduce/eliminate risks.

Supervising

Conduct evaluations of controls to ensure they are effective, take corrective actions when necessary. MONITOR; REVIEW; FEEDBACK

Instruction that governs safety and mishap reporting

OPNAVINST 5102.1D

4 Categories of Hazard Severity

(I) Death, grave damage
(II) Severe injury, significant degradation
(III) Minor injury, degradation
(IV) Minimal threat

4 Subcategories of Mishap Probability

(CAT. A) Likely to occur immediately
(CAT. B) Probably will occur in time
(CAT. C) May occur in time
(CAT. D) Unlikely to occur

RAC

Risk Assessment Code

5 RACs

Critical
Serious
Moderate
Minor
Negligible

4 Mishap reportable items

Gov property damage
On-duty DoD civ and mil on/off-duty mishaps
Work-related illness/injury needing more than first aid
Incidents of interest for prevention purposes

Objectives of First Aid

Save Life
Prevent further injury
Prevent Infection

3 methods of controlling bleeding

Direct Pressure
Pressure points
Tourniquet (last resort)

11 Pressure Points

Jaw, Temple, Collar Bone, Neck, Inner-upper arm, inner elbow, wrist, upper thigh, groin, knee, ankle

Symptoms and Treatment for Shock

Dilated pupils, shallow/irregular breathing, clammy skin, nausea, weak/absent pulse
Lay victim down w/ feet elevated, keep victim warm, reassure/calm them

Open (compound) fracture

Open wound in the tissue or skin, bone may be protruding

Closed (simple) fracture

Break is internal and there is no tear in the skin

Clearing an obstructed airway

Heimlich maneuver and reclining abdominal thrust

Hypothermia

General cooling of the body caused by rapidly falling low-temp exposure
pale and unconscious, may be taken for dead, slow/shallow breathing
body temp to normal, no drinks/stimulants til conscious

Heat Stress

body becomes over heated and depending on severity, can lead to numerous heat disorders

Heat Exhaustion

serious disturbance of blood to the brain, heart, and lungs
moist clammy skin, dilated pupils, normal/subnormal temp
get out of heat, keep cool, medical attention

Heat Stroke

Very Serious! caused by a breakdown in the sweating mechanism of body
dry, hot skin, constricted pupils, high blood pressure
keep cool, seek medical emergency help

HERO

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordinance

HERP

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel

HERF

Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Fuels

Electromagnetic Radiation

energy that travels through space in the form of waves

PPE

Respirators, Hand protection (gloves), Foot protection (steel-toe boots), Eye protection (goggles), Face protection (face shield), Skin/body protection (apron, coveralls), hearing protection (ear muffs/plugs)

Goal of US Navy's Hearing Conservation Program

Prevent occupational hearing loss for all Sailors

6 Areas that Comprise Naval Doctrine "COWLIP"

Command and Control
Operations
Warfare
Logistics
Intelligence
Planning

7 Principles of Naval Logistics "FEARSSS"

Flexibility
Economy
Attainability
Responsiveness
Sustainability
Survivability
Simplicity

US Navy birthday

October 13, 1775

3 Classes of Naval Vessels

Ships of the Line
Frigates
Sloops of War

Ships of the Line

Battleships of the sailing days
largest
64-100 Guns

Frigates

Cruisers of the 18th century
Smaller but faster
28-44 guns

Sloops of war

Smallest sailing war ship
10-20 guns

Hand salute

Men in armor raised their helmet visors so they could be identified

Gun Salute

Only by ships and stations designated by SECNAV
21- Washington's Bday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, honor POTUS & Foreign heads of state
17- Admiral
15- Vice Admiral
13- Rear Admiral
11- Commodore
intervals of 5 seconds, odd numbers

Battle of the Coral Sea

World's first Carrier on carrier battle

Battle of Normandy

Largest Amphibious assault in world history

Midway

Turning point in the battle of the pacific War

Guadalcanal

5 Sullivan Brothers on the USS Juneau, ship was torpedoed, all brothers died. Southern Solomon Islands came under Allied control, Australia was in less danger of attack

Mercury 3

First manned spaceflight program
CDR Alan Shepard

Gemini 3

First 2-person spaceflight, first to maneuver from one orbit to another
LCDR John W Young & CDR Grism

Apollo 11

First ever manned lunar landing
Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin

Apollo 17

7th and final lunar landing mission
Eugene A Cernan & Ronald E Evans

STS-1

First orbital test flight of space shuttle
All Navy Crew
John W Young & Robert L Crippen

On-the-Roof Gang

176 (150 Navy & 26 marines) enlisted radio operators
laid the cornerstone of Naval Cryptology

USS Liberty

6 day war between Israel and several Arab nations
Due to ineffective message handling and routing the CPA change messages were not received until after struck by Israeli aircraft
Poor Communications

USS Pueblo

Attacked by North Korean Patrol boats
Ship was retained by North Korea and is now at the museum in Pyongyang, the North Korean capital city

D-Day Landing

Germans were fooled into believing that Allied Forces would land elsewhere

Bletchley Park

Britain's Cryptology Center, Cypher School

Landing at Inchon

Intelligence efforts allowed US Army to route the North Korean Army

Hainan Island EP-3 Incident

Chinese J-811 Interceptor collided with an EP-3, which was forced down. Emergency destruct occured on EP-3.
Mid-air collision with a chinese fighter that sparked intl. debate

Navajo Code Talkers

"WINDTALKERS" Used Native American language to transmit battle messages in the Pacific.
Japanese never broke the code

USS Stark

Attacked by Iraqi Mirage F1 fighter while outside Iragi and Iranian declared warzones (STARK was in international waters)
No indication of attack (Early Warning Failed)
US failed to detect the attack, Stark crew assumed fighter was benign and by the time they decided to take precautions it was too late

EC-121 Shoot-down

EC-121 was attacked without warning by North Korean MIG while flying its last mission with a double crew (31 Sailors) Everyone died

3 Levels of War

Strategic
Operational
Tactical

National Security Act of 1947

Signed by President Truman
Established the CIA
War Dept and Navy Dept merged into DoD
Created Dept of the Air Force

Navy Core Values

1992

Sailor's Creed

1993 Admiral Boorda

RADM Grace Hopper

First Female Admiral
Oldest Admiral in the Navy
Retired on oldest commissioned ship in the navy

First computer and where it was located

ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer)
1942 University of Pennsylvania

ARPANET

Advanced Research Products Agency NETwork
World's first packet-switching network

ONI

Established in 1882 by SECNAV William H Hunt

First CIO/DNI

LT Theodorus Bailey Myers Mason

2 Depts that Formed ONI

Dept Library and Office of Intelligence

Mission of US Navy

Train, Maintain, equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, maintaining freedom of the seas

NCA, members, functions

National Command Authority
Ultimate lawful source of military orders (collectively, President and SECDEF)
Use of US Military Forces
Use of Nuclear weapons

OPCON

Operational Control, having operational responsibility

ADCON

Administrative Control, having administrative responsibility

COCOM

Combatant Command
Broad continuing mission under a single commanger (2+ military depts)

Navy COCOM

maritime mission under a single commander

FLTCOM

Fleet Command
Parent command for all naval units
subordinate to a specific fleet (operational control)

TYCOM

Type Command
administrative chain of comman, various ships report to appropriate forward-area commanders

PACOM

Pacific Command (OAHU) 3rd and 7th fleet

EUCOM

European Command (Stuttgart, Germany) AOR almost 1/5th of planet, Europe/E Atlantic Arctic, and Atlantic Oceans/Med

JFCOM

Joint Forces Command (Norfolk)
Coordinate joint efforts

SOUTHCOM

Southern Command (Miami) South America and Central America

CENTCOM

Central Command (Bahrain) Middle East

NORTHCOM

Northern COmmand (Peterson AFB, CO) US Interests

SOCOM

Special Operations Command (Tampa) US special operations activities

TRANSCOM

Transportation Command (Scott AFB, IL)
Ensures timely, customer-forcused flobal mobility in Peace and Wartime with efficient, effective and integrated transportation

STRATCOM

Strategic Command (Offutt AFB, NE) Detect, deter, and prevnt attacks against US and Our Allies

AFRICOM

Africa Command (Stuttgart, Germany) Africa

USCYBERCOM

Cyber Command (Ft Meade), Worldwide

CNO N2/N6

Chief of Naval Operations - the senior military officer of the DON for Information Dominance/ Meteorology and Oceanography/Space

CNMOC

Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command

NNWC

Naval Network Warfare Command
Mission includes operations to secure the Navy's portion of Global Information Grid and deliver reliable and secure net-centric and space warfighting capabilities

National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Daily weather forcasts, severe storm warnings and climate monitoring to fisheries, coastal restorations and supporting marine commerce

Navy Cyber Forces (NAVCYBERFOR)

Navy's Type Commander (TYCOM)

Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI)

HQ in Suitland, MD
ONI produces meaningful maritime intelligence and moves that intelligence rapidly to key strategic, operational, and tactical decision-makers

2nd Fleet

East coast to Mid-Atlantic (Norfolk)

3rd Fleet

West coast to IDL (San Diego)

4th Fleet

Central and South America (Mayport)

5th Fleet

Middle East to include the Persian Gulf (Bahrain)

6th Fleet

Mediterranean (Solerno, Italy)

7th Fleet

West of IDL to Pakistan (Japan)

10th Fleet

Worldwide cyber responsibility (Fort Meade)

TF

Task Force
Subdivision of a Fleet

TG

Task Group
Division of a TF

TU

Task Unit
Division of a TG

TE

Task Element
Division of a TU

Four IDC Core ratings

AG, CT, IS, IT

NCTAMS

Naval and Computer Telecommunication Area Master Stations

NCTAMS LANT

(Norfolk) Provides classified and unclassified voice, messaging, data and video to ships, submarines, aircraft and ground forces operating worldwide in support of Naval and joint missions

C4ISR

Command, Control, Communication, Computers, and Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance
gather, process, disseminate, evaluate and display data

DISA

Defense Information System Agency
Engineers and provides C2 capabilities and an infrastructure to continuously operate a global net-centric enterprises

NASIC

National Air and Space Intelligence Center
foreign aerospace intelligence via surveillance and reconnaissance

NCDOC

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command
Provides 24/7 protection to Navy's Cyber systems

ODNI

Office of the Director of National Intelligence
head of the US IC principle advisor to the President, NSC, and Homeland Security

DIA

Defense Intelligence Agency
cogent military intelligence to warfighter, defese planner

NSA

National Security Agency
Protect US national security systems and produce foreign signals intelligence information

CIA

Central Intelligence Agency
Focal point for the collection, analysis, and dissemination of all US intelligence (HUMINT)

NGA

National Geospatial Intelligence Agency
GEOINT in support of national security

DHS

Department of Homeland Security
tasked with preventing terrorist attacks

FBI

Federal Bureau of Investigation
protects and defends the US against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, enforces criminal laws, provides services to federal, state, agencies and partners

DEA

Drug Enforcement Administration
combat the flow of narcotics

DOE

Department of Energy
Responsible for energy policy and nuclear safety

DOS

Department of State
conduct of the nation's foreign relations

DOT

Department of Treasury
Analyzes foreign intel related to US economic policy

NASA

National Aeronautics and Space Administration
responsible for education, research, and scientific discovery regarding aerospace

NRO

National Reconnaissance Office
provides overhead intelligence systems for national security

Secretary of Defense

Principle defense advisor to President
responsible for formulation of general defense policy

CCRI

Command Cyber Readiness Inspection
Formal inspection
holds commanders accountable for their respective security posture

EDVR

Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel account
1 Prospective Gains
2 Prospective Losses
3 Alpa roster (to include temp duty/deserters etc)
4 Total personnel onboard by rate

AMD

Activity Manpower Document
single official statement of funded and unfunded requirements (manpower authorizations of B/A) for each UIC

Page 2

Dependency/emergency data

Page 4

Enlisted Qualification

SGLI

Servicemen's Group Life Insurance

Page 13

Administrative remarks

OPREP-3 Navy Unit SITREP

notify appropriate operational commanders and other higher authority of incidents not meeting OPREP-3 Navy lue reporting criteria

OPREP-3 Navy Blue

high Navy, vice national level, interest

OPREP-3 Pinnacle

national-level interest

IG

Inspector General, serves as principle advisor to SECDEF on all audit and criminal investigative matters relating to prevention and detection of fraud, waste, and abuse in programs and operations of the Dept of Defense

Navy Correspondence manual

perparation of correspondence

PTS

Long range force shaping tool that aids in leveling rating manning between overmanned and undermanned ratings, while managing the quality of reenlistment applicants

Officer accession programs that are available to enlisted personnel

LDO, Warrant Officer, MECP, STA-21, OCS, Naval Academy

DLPT

Defense Language Proficiency Test
Tests intended to assess the general language proficiency of native English speakers in a specific foreign language

DLPT Scoring

0-5 in the following categories
Speaking
Listening Comprehension
Reading comprehension
writing

Command ESO

Supervise the administration of the training office and training aids

US Navy's Drug Screening Program

Deterrent against drug use

6 Programs of Brilliant on the Basics

Mentorship
Indoc
Career Development Boards (CDB's)
Recognition
Ombudsmen
Sponsorship

PAO

Public and Media Affairs

DPAS

Defense Property Accountability System
web enabled system that tracks lifecycle of an asset from receipt to disposition

MOV Program

Material Obligation Validation

DLRs

Depot Level Repair
manages high-calue (cost) items
cannont be repaired or reused

Turn-in (NRFI DLRs)

For exchange basis only

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