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How many areas comprise the naval doctrine
Command and control
Who appoints the command ombudsman
How many principles of naval logistics
Who is the admin officer
LCDR J. S. France
Who are the command DAPAs
What are the duties and responsibilities of the command DAPA
To educate sailors on the navy policy on alcohol and drug misuse as well as screen members for dependency
Who are the Command career counselors
Who is the CCS onboard
What does CCS stand for and their responsibilities onboard?
Command Climate Specialists: The CCS coordinates training and acts as the EO representatives in command level investigations of sexual harassment/discrimination complaints. The CCS and CMEO work hand in hand together
What does SAPR stand for?
Who are the SAPR POCs?
What is the oldest US Navy commissioned vessel?
Why was the USS Constitutions nickname Ironsides?
Because when the enemies fired cannons at the ship the cannons would
How was the hand salute originated?
When men in armor raised their helmet visors so they could be identified. This practice became a way of showing respect.
Striking the flag, also referred to as striking the colors, is a universal indicator of what?
Considered a sign of surrender. Once a ships flag is lowered, it is considered a violation of international standards to continue to engage the surrendered ship in warfare
How are gun salutes fired?
Fired at intervals of five seconds and always in odd numbers
21 guns fired?
To honor the president and head of foreign states
17 guns fired?
15 guns fired?
13 guns fired?
Rear admiral (upper)
11 guns fired?
Rear admiral (lower)
What are the three levels of war?
What is the official birth date of the Navy?
13 October 1775
How many years are good conduct awards given?
3 years without NJP
What does BBD stand for?
What is BBDs purpose?
Is an upgrade to the career management system- interactive detailing (CMS-ID) that will maximize software programs used in the enlisted distribution and provide accurate and timely manning information to Fleet personnel managers via the web
What is the primary job of the Ombudsman?
To facilitate communications between the CO bad family members
How many separations are in the navy?
Other than honorable
What is a page 2?
Record of emergency data
Primary next of kin, secondary, next of kin, dependents
Why is your page 2 important?
It is used in the event the command must notify a sailors dependents or loved ones of emergencies
What does your page 4 contain?
What is your page 7?
Non judicial punishment report
What is a page 13 and what kind of info can you find on it?
Admin remarks: can be positive or negative
Positive: documentation of training
Negative: defrocking an individual
Who is the Vice President?
The honorable Mike Pence
Who is the secretary of the Navy?
The honorable Richard V. Spencer
76th Secretary of the Navy
Who is the Chief of Naval Operations?
Admiral John M. Richardson highest Ranking Officer in the Navy.
Who is the CNO appointed by?
The president of the US
What are the CNOs responsibilities?
Is the principal advisor to the president, the secretary of defense and to the secretary of the navy on the conduct of naval warfare.
Who is the MCPON?
MCPON Russell Smith
Who is our Immediate Superior in Command?
Carrier Strike Group TWO
Who is in charge of Carrier Strike Group Two?
Rear Admiral Stephen C. Evans
Who is the Commanding Officer?
Captain Sean R. Bailey
What is the name of the XO?
Captain Richard G. Burgess
Who is the Command's Master Chief?
Command Master Chief Jorge L. Soto
What are the CMC's duties and responsibilities?
Enlisted advisor to the CO. He keeps the CO up to date on situations, procedures, and practices that affect the welfare, morale, and well being of the enlisted crew
The first ship named after an enlisted man?
The Osmond Ingram (DD 255)
Why was the ship named after this man?
He was the first Enlisted Sailor killed in action in WWI.
What are the 8 o'clock reports?
Reports provided daily to the XO via the CDO from all departments with references to equipment status, special evolutions, personnel status, etc
2nd Fleet AOR?
Atlantic ocean from the north pole to the caribbean and from the shores of the US to the middle of the atlantic ocean
7th Fleet AOR?
Asia-pacific region to include peoples republic of china, russia, india, north korea and republic of the phillipines, australia and new zealand, republic of Korea, japan and thailand. Yokosuka, japan
5th Fleet AOR?
6th Fleet AOR?
10" Fleet is known as what?
Fleet cyber command- the mission of tenth fleet is to serve as the number fleet for fleet cyber command and exercise operational control of assigned naval forces; to coordinate with other naval coalition and joint task forces to execute the full spectrum of cyber, electronic warfare, information operations and signal intelligence capabilities and missions across the cyber, electeomagnetic and space domains
Where is 10th Fleet's Headquarters located and when was 10th Fleet establised?
Fort Meade, MD
29 jan 2010
What is the difference between Individual Augmentation (IA) and Global Support Assignment (GSA)?
Service members who are individual Augments (IA) return to their parent command upon completion of TAD. Service members on GSA will transfer out of command to another theatre geographical location
Performance Mark Average:
Significant Problems= 2.0
What does the acronym ORM mean?
Operational Risk Management
List the five Steps of ORM?
Making risk decisions
What does the acronym SSIC stand for?
When and what is the purpose of an SSIC?
Used in regards to the subject of all Naval Correspondence and Messages.
Where is the Union Jack flown in-port?
The jack is flown on the bow (front) of a ship when anchored or moored.
What are Three Classes of Naval vessels that existed at the inception of the Navy?
What type of ship were Frigates considered during the Inception of the Navy?
Were the cruisers of the 18th century. They were smaller and usually faster than the average ships of the line and carried 28 to 44 guns
What type of ship were Sloops-of-war considered during the Inception of the Navy?
Small, sailing warships that carried 10 to 20 guns.
What type of ship were Ships of the Line considered during the Inception of the Navy?
They were the battleships of the sailing days, these ships were the largest of all sailing warships. They carried 64 to 100 guns of various sizes
Example of misconduct in the line of duty?
Mishap occurs at work, such as down the ladder well or falling off aircraft
Example of misconduct not in the line of duty, not due to members own misconduct?
Getting in a car accident, however it was not your fault, such as getting hit by a drunk driver
Example of misconduct not in the line of duty, due members own misconduct?
Getting into a car accident, while under the influence of alcohol
Attack on Pearl Harbor
December 7, 1941.
The first attack in history conducted solely from aircraft carriers
Battle of the Coral Sea
Resulted in the end of Japanese advances in the Southwest pacific. First battle fought solely by air groups; fleet never saw each other. Lost USS Lexington and USS Yorktown
Battle of Normandy
(DDay) June 6, 1944
Largest amphibious assault ever in history
The first Atlantic fleet carrier to deploy to the south China in support of Vietnam operations.
Battle of Leyte Gulf
October 23-25 1944
It was the largest naval battle ever fought — ending in the eclipse of the imperial Japanese Navy (IJN) and it's the sortie in force. The Japanese lost 12500 naval soldiers while the allied forced suffered around 2800 casualties
USS Stark Attack
An Iraq aircraft mistakenly fired two missiles that struck FFG-31, killing 37 sailors and wounding many more.
USS Cole Attack
October 2000. Aden Harbor, Yemen DDG 67 was attacked on Port Mid ships by a small boat with explosives onboard. The result of which led to a 40 by 60 foot hole.
September 11, 2001
Terrorists attacked the US by crashing two jets into the twin towers in New York City and crashed one jet into the pentagon. The fourth plane was intended to crash into the White House, but the passengers diverted the plane into a field in Pennsylvania
Voyage of the great white fleet
The great white fleet was a sixteen battleship fleet that completed a journey around the globe from 16 December 1907 to 22 February 1909, by order of US president Roosevelt. It's primary purpose was to showcase American naval power and blue water capabilities
USS Forrestal Fire
July 29, 1967
The attack aircraft carrier was fighting a massive flight deck fire. One of the bombs on the flight deck exploded and caused a chain reaction of explosions killing 134 men and almost destroyed the ship. It also changed the way the navy handles damage control.
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