Terms in this set (25)
What does SORM stand for?
Standard Organization and Regulations Manual
What is the squadron mission?
To provide a survivable, airborne communications link to the nation's strategic forces
What does the squadron mission do?
Exercises operational control of aircraft and crews to assigned to TACAMO LANT, and support U.S. Strategic Airborne Command (USSTRATCOM) Post Primary Alert and/or Auxiliary Alert when VQ-4 aircraft and aircrew are assigned.
Additional missions may be directed by?
Commander, U.S. strategic Command and CTF 124
When was the EAWS program established?
When was the mandatory qualification date for all sailors assigned and serving in or on an eligible command or platform as outlined in the governing instruction was approved?
VQ-4 crew consists of how many enlisted and officers? Total crew?
378 enlisted billets, 63 officers billets, and 441 sailors
Patuxent River crew consists of how many enlisted and officers? Total crew?
154 enlisted billets, 3 officer billets, and 157 sailors
VQ-4's total crew compliment (Tinker and Patuxent)?
Squadron's departments and corresponding routing codes?
-Professional Development (N9)
CPR stands for
CAB (circulatory, airway, breathing) method
All rescuers should be certified and refer to the current procedures as published by the
American Heart Association (AHA) and American Red Cross (ARC)
The steps of the survival chain are:
-Recognition/activation of CPR
-Effective advanced life support (EMT's, ambulance)
-Integrated post-cardiac arrest care
Helicopter Sea Combat. Rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and eventually combat search-and-rescue missions
Hell copter Maritime Strike. Primary roles of antisubmarine and anti-surface warfare, and secondary roles of logistics and rescue
Helicopter training. Provides basic and advanced training of student naval aviators in rotary wing aircraft
Tactical Electronic Warfare. Fixed wing squadrons that tactically exploit, suppresses, and degrade and deceive enemy electromagnetic defensive and offensive systems including communication, in support of air strike and fleet operations
Carrier Airborne Early Warning. Fixed wing carrier based squadrons that provide early warning against weather, missiles, shipping and aircraft
Fleet Composite. Fixed wing utility squadrons providing air services for the fleet such as simulations and target towing
Strike Fighter. Fixed wing squadrons employed for both fighter and attack missions
Patrol. Fixed wing land based squadrons that perform anti-submarine warfare, anti-surface warfare, reconnaissance and mining
Two types of maintenance described in the namp
Rework and upkeep
Is restorative or additive work
Is preventative, restorative, and additive