DSWS/EXAM

STUDY
PLAY

Terms in this set (...)

#50
SALVAGE SHIP CLASS?
AS A LAST RESORT WHEN O2 NOT AVAILABLE
TT 1A, 2A USED FOR WHAT?
DCS TYPE 1, AYSMPTOMATIC OMITTED "D", TREAT RESOLVED SYMPTOMS, FOLLOW UP RESIDUAL SYMPTOMS, CO POISONING, GAS GANGRENE.
(EXTENSIONS-2 AT 30FSW)
TT5 USED FOR WHAT?
WHAT EXTENSIONS?
AGE, DCS TYPE 2, DCS TYPE 1 (NOT COMPLETE RELIEF WITHIN :10), CUSTIS MARMORTA, SEVERE CO, CYANIDE, SMOKE POISONING, ASYMPTOMATIC OMITTED "D", SYMPTOMATIC UNCONTROLLED ASCENT.

(EXTENSIONS- TWO :25 AT 60 FSW/ TWO :75 AT 30 FSW)
TT6 USED FOR WHAT?
WHAT EXTENSIONS?
SYMPTOMS WORSEN OR UNCHANGED WITHIN :20 MIN.

(EXTENSIONS- TWO :25 MIN AT 60 FSW/ TWO :75 MIN AT 30 FSW)
TT6A USED FOR WHAT?
WHAT EXTENSIONS?
DETERMINED THAT DIVER WOULD BENEFIT FROM ADDITIONAL TIME AT DEPTH.
TT4 USED FOR WHAT?
EXTENSION AT 60FSW OF TT6,TT6A, TT4
TT7 USED FOR WHAT?
ADAPTATION OF ROYAL NAVY TT65 FOR TREATING DEEP UNCTONTROLLED ASCENT.
TT8 USED FOR WHAT?
ONLY RECOMMENDED BY DMO. RESIDUAL SYMPTOMS REMAIN AFTER TREATMENT, SELECTED CASE OF CO OR CYANIDE POISONING, SMOKE INHALATION.
TT9 USED FOR WHAT?
NO BIBS DUMP, NO SCRUBBER, NO AIR BIBS, NO O2 AND CO2 MONITOR.
CAT. A CHAMBER?
BIBS DUMP, NO SCRUBBER, NO AIR BIBS, O2 AND CO2 MONITOR.
CAT. B CHAMBER?
BIBS DUMP, SCRUBBER, NO AIR BIBS, O2 AND CO2 MONITOR.
CAT. C CHAMBER?
BIBS DUMP, SCRUBBER, AIR BIBS, O2 AND CO2 MONITOR. ( WHAT MAYPORT HAS)
CAT. D CHAMBER?
BIBS DUMP, SCRUBBER, O2 AND CO2 MONITOR, SPARE SCRUBBER, SECONDARY POWER, NITROX BIBS, NO AIR BIBS
CAT. E CHAMBER?
ON A C-CARD
WHERE ARE DISCREPANCIES DOCUMENTED DURING A CERTIFICATION?
DIVES DEEPER THAN 190FSW/ OR PLANNED EXCEPTIONAL EXPOSURE DIVES
WHEN IS A DMO REQUIRED ON STATION?
A REVISION
WHAT IS A CHANGE TO A REC CALLED?
QUALIFIED. FAMILIAR WITH SIGNS, SYYMPTOMS, AND TREATMENT OF ALL DIVING INJURIES. MAY BREATH 100% O2 45FSW OR SHALLOWER. DO NOT FASTEN MASK TO HEAD.
BASIC INSIDE TENDER REQUIRMENTS?
ADD AN ADDITIONAL 20MIN O2 PERIOD TO THE TIMES IN THE TABLE.
INSIDE TENDER ON TT5,HYPERBARIC EXPOSURE WITH IN 18HRS, WHAT DO YOU DO?
ADD AN ADDITIONAL 60 MIN 02 BREATHING PERIOD TO THE TIMES IN THE TABLE.
INSIDE TENDER ON TT6 OR TT6A, HYPERBARIC EXPOSURE WITHIN 18HRS, WHAT DO YOU DO?
BUBBLES THAT ACT LIKE A SANDBLASTER WHEN THEY EXPLODE ON THE SURFACE OF THE SHIP, CAUSE DETERIORATION AND DAMAGE TO SHIPS SURFACE.
WHAT IS CAVITATION?
DO A CHEST X-RAY & USE A PULSE OX TO VERIFY A PNEUMOTHORAX.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IF YOU SUSPECT A PNEUMOTHORAX?
ROPE GUARD, FAIRWATERS, PROPELLER
WHERE ARE PRARIE AIR SYSTEMS LOCATED ON A DDG?
TAGOUT GUIDE LIST
WHAT'S A TGL?
WIRE ROPE?
WHAT'S A CARPENTER STOPPER USED FOR?
A PELICAN HOOK THATS MOUSED TO PREVENT IT FROM COMING UNDONE.
WHATS THE ANCHOR ON A SHIP HELD IN PLACE BY?
FAILURE ANALYSIS REPORT
WHATS A FAR?
What is hypoxia?
Deficiency of O2 in the bloodstream
What is hypercapnia?
Excess of CO2 in the bloodstream
What is asphyxia?
Both hypercapnia and hypoxia
What are the two types of oxygen toxicity?
CNS, Pulmonary
What are the types of POIS'S?
Pneumothorax, Tension Pneumothorax, Mediastinal Emphysema, Subcutaneous Emphysema, AGE
Difference between Barotrauma and a Squeeze?
Squeeze involves gas & Barotrauma involves fluid
Symptoms of DCS type 1?
Pain, Painful and swollen lymph nodes, irritations of the skin
Hallmark symptom of DCS type 1?
Dull achy pain
3 categories of DCS type 2?
CNS, Inner ear, Cardiopulmonary
Primary objectives of recompression therapy?
Compress the bubble, allow sufficient time for the bubble to be absorbed, increase oxygen level
First Navy ship named after an enlisted man?
Osmand Ingram
What is Naval Warfare?
The inherent nature and enduring principle of Naval Forces
What is Naval Intelligence?
Points the way for intelligence support in meeting the requirements of both regional conflicts and operations other than war
What is Naval Operations?
Developed doctrine to reaffirm the foundation of Navy and Marine expeditionary maritime traditions.
What is Naval Logistics?
Addresses the full range of logistical capabilities that are essential in support of Naval forces
What is Naval planning?
Examines force planning and the relationship between our capabilities and our operational planning in the joint and multinational environment.
What is Naval Command and Control?
Provides basic concepts to fulfill the information needs of commanders, forces, and weapons systems .
What three classes of ships existed at inception of the Navy?
Frigates, Ships of the line, Sloops of war
Battle of Normandy?
1944 and was the largest amphibious assault in history.
Battle of Midway?
June 1942 big step forward during WW2 lost one carrier (yorktown) and sank 4 jap carriers.
Battle of Coral Sea?
May 1942 First battle where neither sides ships could directly engage or see one another
Battle of Leyte Gulf
October 1944 Considered largest naval battle in history
Three levels of war?
Operational, Strategical, tactical
Aor of 2nd fleet?
Atlantic
Aor of 3rd and 7th?
Pacific
Aor of 5th fleet?
Middle east
Aor of 6th fleet?
Mediterranean
Aor of Military Sea Fleet?
As needed
Boyle Law?
At a constant temperature the volume and absolute pressure of a gas are inversely proportional
Page 2?
Dependency data/emergency contact info
Page 4?
Awards/Qualifications
Page 13?
Administrative remarks
What is the DAPA?
Drug alcohol program administrator
Working range of torque wrench?
20-90%
Inspection Manual for Air?
1622
Inspection Manual for 02?
1330
Types of recompression chambers?
double lock 100/200, SNDL, RCF 5000/6500, FARCC, TRCS
Maximum operating pressure of a chamber?
100psi
bibs vent no dump?
2 acfm at rest 4 acfm not at rest
Bibs vent with dump?
12.5 acfm at rest 25 acfm not at rest
Max permissible amount of CO2 allowed in chamber?
1.5 SEV
Where is minimum for scuba found?
Dive Man. Rev,6 Chp.7
Immediately available chamber?
Available within 5 minutes with transportation
Ready Chamber?
Available within 1 hour with transportation
Battle of Normandy?
1944 and was the largest amphibious assault in history.
birth date of the Navy?
13OCT1775
Emergency Chamber?
It is the closest recompression chamber available when a chamber is not required on station or on site. A non-certified chamber may be used if the diving supervisor determines it is safe to use.