Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS) Study Guide
Terms in this set (132)
Commanding Officer (CO)
Responsible for those under their command and their actions. Navy regulations, general orders, customs, and tradition establish the CO duties.
Executive Officer (XO)
Organization, performance of duty, and good order and discipline of the entire command. Direct representation of the CO.
Formulation and implementation of policies relevant to morale, welfare, job satisfaction, discipline, utilization and training of enlisted personnel.
Department Head (DH)
Reports to the CO in matters pertaining to the operational readiness of the department. Responsible for effective administrative, operation, duties, and personnel assigned to the department.
Command Managed Equal Opportunity Officer (CMEO)/Equal Opportunity Program Specialist (EOPS)
Develops and establishes criteria for implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the EO program.
Division Officer (DO)
Responsible to the DH for the performance of assigned duties and operational readiness of the division. Responsible for the conduct, training, and professional growth of subordinates.
Leading Chief Petty Officer (LCPO)/Leading Petty Officer (LPO)
Designated by division Officer. LCPO assist the division Officer in administering, supervising, and training division personnel. LPO assist the LCPO and DO.
Command Career Counselor (CCC)
Establish and Maintain an effective career counseling program by spreading information and providing career guidance, counseling, and interviews to personnel. Ensure current programs are Available to all crew members.
Work Center Supervisor (WCS)
Primary job is to respond to the hour by hour work center functions.
CO appointed. Link between the command and families of command personnel. Keep CO informed about family morale and problems families are facing.
Financial Specialist (CFS)
Provides financial counseling and assistance to members in their command. May include budgets, financial planning, etc
Drug and Alcohol Program Advisor (DAPA)
Responsible directly to the CO for command implementation of the Navy Alcohol and other Drug Abuse Program(NADAP). Conduct personnel screenings and Command Awareness education, monitor aftercare, command referral agent, and prepare reports and correspondence.
Responsible to the CO for all matters involving security of classified information. Document classification management, personnel security.
Career Information Program Management (CIPM) Program Manager
Department and division career counselors to provide career information to the squadron, department, division, and work center personnel.
Written thoughts , ideas, or information briefly expressed and to the point. Principal means Commanders Communicate. Transmitted electronically to avoid delays.
Informal method of corresponding electronically by computers. Can be used within individual activities or between activities/units.
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Emergency data and dependent information. Used as a reference should the service member be killed.
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Enlisted Qualifications History. Chronological history of occupational and training related qualifications, awards, and commendations.
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Administrative Remarks. Record of significant miscellaneous entries that aren't provided elsewhere or where detailed information may be required to clarify entries elsewhere in service record.
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report (EDVR)
Monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel used heavily by the CMC & detailers for billet assignment. Summary of the present and future manning status.
Operational Report (OPRREP)
Used by a unit to provide the National Command Authorities and Appropriate naval commanders with immediate notification of any accidental or unauthorized incident involving a possible detonation of a nuclear weapon. Has Highest precedence.
Movement Report (MOVEREP)
Primary source of location information concerning ships. Assist COC all the way up national Command authorities on the location, tracks, and destination of all vessels for emergency or operational use.
Logistical Requirements (LOGREQ)
Submitted by a ship prior to entering a port to notify the proper commands of its logistics requirements while visiting that location. Should arrive at destination port no later than 48 hours prior to the ship arrival.
Status of Requirement and Training Support (SORTS)
Reports the ship's status of conditions of readiness in all warfare areas in our ability to conduct operations.
Situation Report (SITREP)
Used by any CO, Officer in charge, or other commander to provide appropriate operational commanders and higher authority with timely notifications of any incident not meeting OPREP-3 special incident reporting criteria.
3 objectives of First Aid
Prevent further injury, infection, & death
How many categories can the fundamental elements of first aid be categorized in?
8 main areas
Four methods of controlling bleeding?
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, & tourniquet as a last result
What's a pressure point?
Point on body where a main artery lies near the surface of the skin and over a bone
To reduce or stop blood flow to areas of the body by?
Applying physical pressure
How many principal pressure points?
Superficial temporal artery
Common carotid artery
Inner elbow & upper arm
Anterior/posterior tibial artery
The three classifications of burns?
First, second, and third degree
Produces redness, warmth and mild pain
Causes red, blistered skin and severe pain
Destroys tissue, skin and bone. In severe cases severe pain may be absent due to nerve endings being destroyed
2 types of fractures?
Closed/Simple & Open/Compound
Broken bone w/o a break in the skin
Break in skin with possible bone protrusion
Contact with an electronic energy source shock occurs. Little to no injury to severe trauma with associated cardiac arrest
Indications of obstruction airway ?
Inability to talk, grasping and pointing to throat, exaggerated breathing efforts, & skin turning a bluish color
2 type of heat related injuries?
Heat exhaustion & Heat stroke
Disturbance of blood flow to the brain, heart, and lungs
Breakdown of the sweating mechanism of the body
3 types of cold weather injuries?
Hypothermia, superficial and deep frostbite
Cooling of the whole body caused by exposure to low temperature. Breathing is slow & shallow.
Ice crystals forming in upper skin layers after exposure to temperature of 32 degrees or lower
Ice crystals forming in the deeper tissues after exposure to temperature of 32 degrees or lower
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
CPR is a combination of rescue breathing & chest compressions delivered to victims thought to be in cardiac arrest
Key to survival for victims of cardiac arrest?
Prompt recognition of the arrest and immediate activation of the emergency response system
Results from bacteria multiplying in the blood and releasing toxins.
Severe hypersensitivity or allergic reaction. Causes allergy to insect stings
Heart is damaged and unable to supply sufficient blood to the body
Severe blood and fluid loss which makes the heart unable to pump enough blood to the body
Spinal cord injury result of a traumatic accident or injury
Systematic, decision making process used to identify and manage hazards that endanger naval resources
Material property damage is 2 million or more. Injury results in a death or permanent disability
Material or property damage is 500,000 or more but less than 2 million. 3 or more personnel are inpatient hospitalized
Material or property damage is 50,000 or more but less than 500,000. Non fatal injury
Impact, hearing, and eye protection. Proper fit and wear are essential
Resistant and chemical goggles
Soft disposable earmuffs
Hard plastic shells with foam liner
Protect workers from a wide variety of conditions. Ex- leather, rubber, welders
Minimum protection footwear requirements are steel toed boots, ANSI approved, & FOD free soles
PPE was established as a?
Last line of defense
Classes of mishaps is identified by?
Monetary means & injury classification
All rescuers should be certified & refer to the current procedures in?
American heart association(AHA) & American Red Cross
When cardiac arrest occurs CPR can?
Steps of the survival chain
Recognition of cpr
Post cardiac arrest care
Body suffer from insufficient blood flow throughout the body
Deliberate or accidental threat of NBC weapons attack with other CBR materials
Chemical agents that are intended for use in military operations to kill, seriously injure, or incapacitate personnel due to their physiological effect
Liquid casualty that disrupt nerve impulses to the body while damaging body functions rather than tissues. Ex- VX
Liquid or solid casualty agents that can cause inflammation, blisters, and general destruction of tissue result in temporary blindness or death. Ex- distilled and levinstein mustard
Gaseous casualty agents that attack the enzymes carrying oxygen in the blood stream. Ex- Arsine (SA)
Gaseous or liquid casualty agents with initial symptoms that can include; tears, dry throat, nausea, and headache. Breathing become rapid and shallow. Ex- Diphosgene
Atropine/2-PAM-chloride auto injector
Therapy for nerve agent casualties issued for intramuscular injection, self and first aid
Use of agents that cause disease, sickness, or death
2 basic division
Pathogens & toxins
Bacteria, viruses, fungi, prisons, Protozoa, & rickettsia
Basis on source that produce them & physiological affects toxins cause in humans
Major grouping by source
Mycotoxins, bacterial, algae, & derma toxins
Individual protective equipment
Primary way to limit the chemical & biological warfare impact
Training and awareness of personnel
All personnel should be aware of?
Ventilation controls, fittings, and closures that must be set immediately prior to an attack
Most important decision in the risk management of chemical agent environments?
Decision to employ IPE
IPE for chemical/biological agent environments consist of
Protective mask MCU-2P with canister filter, ACGP, chemical protective gloves, liners, overboots, & laces, & skin decontamination kit
Not considered IPE But compliment the individual protection capability
Medical self treatment supplies
Use of radiological weapons to produce widespread injury and death of all life
M9 Chemical Agent Detector Paper
Detects the presence of liquid chemical agents by turning a red or reddish color doesn't detect chemical agent vapors
Use of radiological weapons to produce widespread injury and death of all life
High altitude air burst
Altitudes in excess of 100,000 feet with ionosphere disruption and EMP
Air burst where fireball does not reach surface
Vacuum created collects debris caused by blast damage resulting in radiation fallout
Surface burst has worst fallout
Fireball touching the surface results in massive radiological fallout
Shallow underwater burst
Small fireball and blast wave. Cause large waves and water contamination
Deep underwater burst
Similar to shallow underwater burst but less visual effect and greater contaminated water
Shipboard shielding stations?
Ready or deep shelter stations
Ready shelter stations
Inside weather envelop. Access to deep shelter. Minimum shielding from nuclear radiation & crew close to battle stations.
Deep shelter stations
Low in ship & near centerline. Maximum shielding from nuclear radiation. Personnel far removed from battle stations.
High range casualty dosimeter. Determine total amount of gamma radiation to which the wearer is exposed in the 0-600 roentgens.
Mission oriented protective posture. Used to coordinate the use of systems & equipment in chemical or biological environment.
MOPP level 0
Issue IPE, accessible in five minutes.
MOPP level 1
Afloat- JLIST, Mask, Gloves accessible
Ashore- Don protective equipment, M9 tape.
MOPP level 2
Afloat- Mask Carrie, Decon supplies stage.
Ashore- Don protective equipment, M9 tape & over boots.
MOPP level 3
Afloat- GQ, install filters, don over-boots.
Ashore- fill canteen, activate decon stations.
MOPP level 4
Afloat- Don mask/hood, gloves, Circle William, countermeasure wash down.
Ashore- gloves with linear, untie bow in retention cord, loop between legs & secure to web belt.
Primary duty of firefighting
Secondary duty of firefighting
Extinguish fires & limit damage to aircraft, shipboard, airfield installed equipment, and airfield structures
Heat, fuel, and oxygen
Heat, fuel, oxygen, and chemical chain reaction
Chemical chain reaction
Allow fire to sustain itself and grow
Prevent or extinguish a fire
Removal of any one of the elements
Fires are divided in how many classes?
Class alpha fire
Combustibles materials that produce an ash such as wood.
Class A fire extinguishing agents
Water or aqueous film foaming foam(AFFF)
Class Bravo fires
Flammable liquids substances such as gasoline or oil
Class B fires extinguishing agents
Aqueous film forming foam, halon 1211, purple K powder(PKP), and carbon dioxide(CO2)
Class Charlie fires
Class C fire extinguishing agents
Energized and DE-energized
Warnings that must be observed prior to applying external power
WOW circuit breaker closed, circuit breakers are secured properly, all switches are in the off, safe, or normal position, area around or under stab clear of personnel and equipment
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