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what is ORM

Operatinal Risk Management

What are the Hazard Serverity Catergories

Cat 1 May cause death or loss of facility
Cat 2 May cause servere injury
Cat 3 May cause minor injury
Cat 4 Minimal threat

What are the probability of Mishap Subcategories

Sub Cat A Likely to occur immediately
Sub Cat B Probably will occur in time
Sub Cat C May occur in time
Sub Cat D Unlikely to occur

What are RAC's

Risk Assessment Codes

What are the 5 RAC'S

1- Critical
2- Serious
3- Moderate
4- Minor risk
5- Negligible

What are the 4 Mishap reportable items

1- Government property damage
2- On duty DOD Civilian and Active Duty
3- Injury/illness beyond first aid
4- Other interest for future prevention

What are the 3 objectives of first aid

1- Maintain breathing
2- Stop bleeding / maintain circulation
3- Prevent / treat shock

What are the 6 areas of Naval Doctrine

COWLIP
1- Command and Control
2- Operations
3- Warfare
4- Logistics
5- Intelligence
6- Planning

What are the 7 Principles of Naval Logistics

FEAR S-3
1- Flexibility
2- Economy
3- Attainability
4- Responsiveness
5- Simplicity
6- Sustainability
7- Survivability

What is the first ship named after an enlisted man

USS Osmond Ingram (DD255)
1st enlisted KIA in WW1

When was the US Navy formed

13 OCT 1775 (2 vessels purchased)

Who was the 1st Commander of the Navy

Esek Hopkins

What were the 3 Classes of ships at the Navy's inception

1- Ships of the Line
2- Frigates
3- Sloops of War

The Battle of Coral Sea

7 May 1947
1st Carrier VS. Carrier battle

Voyage of the Great White Fleet

16 Dec 1907 to Feb 1909 Pres. Theodore Roosevelt

Battle of Normandy

6 June 1944
Largest Amphibious Assult

Battle of Midway

3 June 1942
Turning point in war in the Pacific (3 Japanese carriers sunk)

Battle of Guadalcanal

13 November 1942
the loss of the 5 Sullivan Brothers

Battle of Leyte Gulf

23 October 1944
Largest Naval Battle in History
1st use of Kamakazies
Final blow to Japanese fleet

On the roof Gang

1st cryptology trained on the roof of Navy Dept. Bldg

Purple Code

Japanese code Broken in WW2

What are the 3 levels of war

TOS
1- Tactical
2- Operational
3- Strategic

National Security Act

Established CIA and merged War Dept and Navy Dept

Navy Core Values

Formally adopted by ADM Frank Kelso in 1992

Sailor's Creed

Developed by Recruit Training Panels in 1993

RADM Grace Hopper

Led Development of COBOL and termed phrases "Bugging" and "debuggin"

1st Computer

ENIAC ( Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer), University of Pennsylvainia

APRANET

Advanced research Projects Agency Network
Predecessor of Internet
Created by ARPA of US DOD

John Walker

Led largest Russian spy network 1967-1985

ONI

Office of Naval Intelligence est. 1882
Merged Dept of Library and Office of Intelligence

Mercury 3

1st US manned spaceflight
Alan Shepard

Gemini 3

1st 2-man space mission
John Young

Apollo 11

1st Lunar Landing
Neal Armstron and Buzz Aldrin

Apollo 17

Last lunar landing

STS-1

Space Shuttle Columbia
John Young and Robert Crippen

USS Liberty

Sunk by Israel June 8 1967

USS Pueblo

Captured by N. Korea

1st CIO/DNI

LT Theodorus B.M. Mason

Mission of the Navy

To maintain, train and equip combat-ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, and maintaining freedom of the seas

NCA

National command Authority (Pres and SECDEF)
(ULTIMATE LAW SORCE OF MILITARY ORDERS)

what is NSC

National Security Council

OPCON

Operational Control - provides authority to organize commands

ADCON

Administrative Control - provides authority to organize commands

ADCON

Administrative Control - provides authority over subordinate or other organizations

COCOM

Combatant Commander

FLTCFOM

Fleet Command ( Operational )

TYCOM

Type Commander (Training)

PACOM

US Pacific Command (Pearl Harbor, HI)

EUCOM

US European Command (Stutgart, Germany)

CENTCOM

US Central Command (MacDill AFB,FL)

NORTHCOM

US Northern Command (Pertson AFB, CO)

JFCOM

US Joint Forces Command (Norfolk, VA)

SOUTHCOM

US Southern Command (Scott AFB, IL)

SOCOM

US Special Operations Command (MacDill AFB, FL)

TRANSCOM

US Transportation Command (Scott AFB, IL)

STRATCOM

US Strategic Command (Offutt AFB, NE)

AFRICOM

US Africa Command (Stuggart, Germany)

SPAWAR

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (Virginia Beach, VA)

JSPOC

Joint Space Operations Center (Cheyenne Mountain AF Station, CO)

NOAA

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (Dept of Commerce) (Silver Springs, MD)

ONI

Office of Naval Intelligence (Suitland,MD)

NAVSPOC

Navy Space Operations Center (Dahlgren, VA)

NAVCYBERFOR

Navy Cyber Forces (Virginia Beach, VA)

What are the USN Fleets

2nd - Atlantic (Norflok, VA)
3rd - Eastern Pacivic (San Diego, CA)
4th - Southern Command (Mayport, FL)
5th - Indian Ocean (Manama, Bahrain)
6th - Europe (Naples, Italy)
7th - Western Pacific (Yokosuka, Japan)
10th - USCYBERCOM

7 Information Dominance ratings

1 - AG (Aerographer's Mate)
2 - CTI (Cryptologic Technician - Interpretive)
3 - CTN (Cryptologic Technician - Networks)
4 - CTM (Cryptologic Technician - Maintenance)
5 - CTR (Cryptologic Technician - Collection)
6 - CTT (Cryptologic Technician - Technical)
7 - IS (Information Specialist)
8 - IT (Information Systems Technician)

C4ISR

Command, Control, Computer, Communications and Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance

NCTAMS

Naval and Computer Telecommunications Area Master Stations
NCTAMS PAC - Wahiawa, HI
NCTAMS LANT - Norfolk, VA

DISA

Defense Information Systems Agency Provides command and control capabilities and enterprise infrastructure

NASIC

National Air and Space Intelligence Center

NCDOC

Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command

ODNI

Office of the Director of National Intelligence
Serves as head of intelligence community

DIA

Defense Intelligence Agency

NSA

National Security Agency

NGA

National Geospatioal Agencu

CIA

Central Intelligence Agency

DHS

Dept of Homeland Security

FBI

Federal Bureau of Investigation

DOE

Dept of Energy

DEA

Drug Enforcement Agency

DOS

Dept of State

DOT

Dept of Treasury

NRO

National Reconnaissance Office

NASA

National Aeronautical and Space Administration

CIC

Commander in Chief/President-HON Barrak Obama

SECDEF

Secretary of Defense - HON Leon Panetta

SECNAV

Secretary of the Navy - HON Ray Mabus

CNO

Chief of Naval Operations - ADM Jonathan Greenert

CINC

Fleet Commander in Charge - CENTCOM GEN James Mattis

MCPON

Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy - MCPO Michael Stevens

EDVR

Enlisted Distribution verification Report

AMD

Activity Manpower Document
Displays qualitative and quantitative manpower requirements

CCRI

Command Cyber Readiness Inspection
"quick look" methodology for conduction compliance validations conducted by NAVCYBERFOR

SITREP

Situational Report

What are the categories of SITREP

1 - OPREP 3 Navy Unit SITREP (significant, not high interest to navy or national security)
2 - OPREP 3 Navy Blue (significant, high interest to navy)
3 - OPREP 3 Pinnacle ( national level)
4 - OPREP 3 Bent Spear ( nuclear weapons)

Navy Correspondence manual

SECNAVINST 5216.5D

DLPT

Defense Language Proficiency Test

6 Programs of Brilliant on the Basics

MR SICO
1 - Mentorship
2 - Recognition Programs
3 - Sponsorship/ first 72 hours
4 - Indoctrination
5 - CDB
6 - Ombudsman

3-M

Maintenance and Material Management

DPAS

Defense Property Accountability Sytem

MOV

Material obligation Validation (back order)

DLR

Depot Level Repairables

NRFI

Not Ready for Issue ( turn in or RIP/ remain in place)

MAM'S

Maintenance Assistance Modules (replaceable parts to identify probems not spare/repair parts)

CASREP

Casualty Report ( equip cannot be repaired within 48 hours)

CASREP report types

- Initial
- Update
- Cancel
- Correction

CASREP Categories

C-1
C-2: minor degradation of primary mission
C-3: major degradation of primary mission
C-4: loss of primary mission

CHRIMP

Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization and Inventory Management Program

DRMS

Defense Reutilization and Marketing System

Top Secret

Orange - Grave damage to national security

Secret

Red - Serious damage to national security

Confidential

Blue - Damage to national security

Unclassified

Green - Not classified and freely available to public

SAER

Security Access Eligibility Report

SSO

Special Security Officer ( has overall authority of , and controls access to, a SCIF)

Events reportable to SSO

UP SIR
1 - Unauthorized space access
2 - PDS
3 - Security violations
4 - Information spillage
5 - Report of major medical evaluations

SF 700

Security container information form

SF701

Activity security checklist

SF702

Security container check sheet

SF703

Top Secret cover sheet

SF 153

COMSEC Material Report

SF 312

Classified Nondisclosure Agreement

FDO

Foreign Disclosure Officer

DCS

Defense Courier Service

TSCO

Top Secret Control Officer

RAM

Random Antiterrorism Measures

EAP/EDP

Emergency Action Plan/Emergency Destrution Procedures

SCI

Sensitive Compartmented Information

PDS

Practice Dangerous to Security

COMSEC

Communications Security

INFOSEC

Information Security

COMPUSEC

Computer Security

PSP

Personnel Security Program

ATFP

Antiterrorism/ Force Protection

CSM

Command Security Manager (officer of GS-11 or above)

ICD

Intelligence Community Directive

JPAS

Joint Personnel Adjudication System

DONCAF

Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility

What are the Levels of INFOCON

INFOCON 5 - routine NetOps There is no apparent hostile activity
INFOCON 4 - Increased risk of attack
INFOCON 3 - A risk has been identified
INFOCON 2 - An attack has taken place
INFOCON 1 - Attacks are taking place

ISSM

Information Systems Security Manager

FPCON ALPHA

General threat of possible terroist activity

FPCON BRAVO

Increased and more predictable threat of terrorist activity

FPCON CHARLIE

Incident occurs or is immenent for received intelligence

FPCON DELTA

Immediate area where a terrorist attack has occured

IA

Information Assurance
- Information Operations that protect and defend data and IS

Certification

Comprehensive evaluation of technical and non-technical security features of an IS and other safeguards

Accreditation

Formal declaration by DAA That an information system is approved to operate in a particular security mode

DAA

Designated Approving Authority

System Security Plan

Formal document that fully describes the planned security tasks required to meet system or network security requirements

SSAA

System Security Authorization Agreement

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