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SWE - November
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What constitutes a Class A Mishap?
( Most Severe )
- Fatality or Permanent Disability
- $ 2,000,000 or greater
- Missing or un-recoverable aircraft
- Vsl property loss of > $ 100,000 and is missing or un-recoverable
- CG Personnel MIA
What constitutes a Class B Mishap?
- Permanent partial disability
- Property damange > $500,000 but < $2,000,000
- 3 or more inpatient hospitalized personnel
- Vsl has repairable damage > $100,000
What constitutes a Class C Mishap?
- Loss of time from work
- FF(L)D or Restricted Status
- Removal from Flight Status
- Transfer of individuals to a different job (injury or illness related)
What constitutes a Class D Mishap?
- Injury or iillness that requires more than BFA Tx but doesn't meet Class C requirements
- Non-aviation property damage > $5,000 but < $50,000
- Aviation property damage < $50,000
- Near misses ( HIPO )
"High Potential for Loss"
What constitutes Class E Mishap?
- Aviation damage to engine or components (regardless of cost) including FOD, "Foreign Object Debris."
Time frame of Preliminary message into e-misreps:
A - 12 hrs
B - 12 hrs
C - 72 hrs
D - 72 hrs
E - N/A
Time frame of mishap analysis message:
A - 72 hrs
B - 72 hrs
Time frame of Final message into e-misreps:
A - After completion of MAR by commandant
B - After completion of MAR by commandant
C - 14 days
D - 21 days
E - 30 days
Class A & B Mishaps require a call to WHO within HOW LONG?
- NCC - National Command Center
- Within 1 hr
Who must complete the 72 hr Pre-History Mishap WkSht?
All personnel involved in the mishap
In the event of a mishap, which Class mishaps receive a toxicology lab?
Class A & B:
- ETOH within 2 hrs
- CII - CV Substance within 32 hrs
Transmittal of a completed MAR should be accomplished within how long?
What year was the, "Privacy Act," enacted?
Privacy Act of 1974
"Risk Assessment Matrix,"
"Risk Assessment Code."
1 - Very High
2 - High
3 - Medium
4 - Low
Entrance physical exams are valid for how long?
Separation physicals from other services are valid for how long?
Pre-commissioning physical exams are required within how long, prior to appointment?
Complete physical exams are required within how long for retirement, involuntary separation, or release from AD of 30 days or longer into the IRR?
Modified physical exams is required for PCS transfer to a VSL with a deployment schedule of (how many days?) or more / 365 days?
60 consecutive days
ACC physicals are valid for how long?
AVCAD physicals are valid for how long?
Diving applicant physicals are valid for how long?
Screening physical exams are required within how long of reporting to the CG Academy, OCS, direct commission or recruit training?
Aviation personnel over the age of 50 require physical exams how often?
Annual physical exams are required on aviation personnel at what age?
50 and over
Aviation personnel / LSO's will receive a physical examination (how often?) until the age of 48y/o?
When are Biennial examinations performed?
Birth month and 2 months proceeding
If deployment is scheduled during the 90 physical examination window, when may members accomplish their physical exam?
Within and additional 90 days prior to the deployment
Members who are unable to accomplish their physical prior to deployment are authorized to perform this physical when?
Within an additional 60 days upon return from deployment
Who cannot perform annual command afloat medical screenings?
HS's in the direct chain of command to the CO.
Who has the authority to grant waivers?
Commander CGPC - EPM, OPM or RPM
The date of the endorsement should not be ore than (how long) from the start of the physical?
What it required if the endorsement of a physical examination is more than 60 days?
Addendum explaining the circumstances
Should unapproved physicals be entered into MRS?
At what distance are Ophthalmic exams performed?
18 - 21"
What is the only required type of BP for normal patients?
When would positions, other than sitting BP, be required?
BP exceeding 139/89
If 2 out of 3 BP checks exceed normal limits, what is the next step?
3 day BP checks
When is an EKG required?
Resting pulse of < 50 or > 100bpm
What should be performed if a hurt murmur is observed?
When are annual clinical breast exams required for females?
AD Females over 40y/o
Documentation of Asthma after (what age?) is disqualifying
An initial TST is mandatory for who?
All personnel entering AD for > 30 days
Digital rectal exams and test for fecal occult blood is required for who?
All personnel >40y/o
What specialty exam is described as pulling anteriorly on the tibia and pushing posteriorly on the femur and then reverse
Transcription of tattoo words or initials will be documented how?
In CAPITAL letters
What type of dental exam is required for QUINN physical exams?
Labs must be performed within how long of a physical exam?
Males - 40 -54%
Females - 35- 47%
RPR is required for who?
Aviation and diving personnel
RPR Re-test should be performed (when?) if a member has a positive RPR?
3 or more days later
Dx of syphilis requires testing for what?
All other STI's
Sickle Cell: > 40% is disqualifying for who?
Aviation and diving personnel
Lipid screening is required for members at (what age?) and (how frequently)?
every 5 years
Framingham risk assessment is assesses for what conditions?
Framingham risk assessments are documented at (what age?) and (how frequently)?
every 5 years
HIV is required how often?
HIV is required within how long before PCS deployment to a foreign country?
Aviation and diving candidates will receive a Chest X-Ray within how long?
EKG is required for all members at (what age?) and (how frequently?)
every 2 years
EKG is required for aviation and diving personnel at what age(s)? and How frequently?
< 40y/o - every 4 years
> 40y/o - every 2 years (biennially)
Routine EKG consists of how many leads?
What is the normal value of Specific gravity?
1.005 - 1.035
What is an abnormal Glucose level?
Any positive is abnormal
What quantity of protein is allowable?
Trace protein with a Specific Gravity of > 1,024
PAP's are required for females how often?
PAP's are not required for females under what circumstance?
Mammography is required at what ages?
40, 44, 48, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60 and 62
Contact lenses cannot be worn for (how long?) before examination?
How do you constrict the pupil to relieve photophobia following a Cycloplegic eye exam?
1 gtt of 1% SOL of Pilocarpine Hydrochloride in distilled H2O (following the exam)
A cutter is defined as what?
Any VSL > 65'
When was the department of the Navy Established?
What initiated the un-declared Quasi-War with France?
Congress authorized the capture of French vessels hovering off the coast on May, 28 1798
What years constitute the Quasi-War with France?
In what WAR and in what YEAR did congress empower the U.S. Navy to capture French vessels anywhere on the high seas?
July 9, 1798
During the Quasi-War, the RCS operated how many cutters?
What is a prize?
Wartime capture of a ship and it's cargo
The Cutter Pickering captured HOW MANY prizes during WHAT WAR?
In 1799, what cutter (re)-captured American VSLs Nancy and Mehitable?
The Eagle is known for re-capturing what VSL's during the Quasi-War?
What cutter captured the first prize of the War of 1812?
What date did congress declare War with Mexico?
May 13, 1846
Mexico's declaration was 10 days later
In WHAT WAR were Steamboats first used in battle?
American - Mexican War
What was the date of the Civil War?
1861 - 1865
What cutter is credited with firing the FIRST naval shots of the Civil War?
Harriett Lane 1861
In what year did Spain declare War with the United States?
April 24, 1898
USS Winslow was rescued from destruction:
- RESCUING CUTTER?
Cutter Hudson rescued USS Winslow on May 11, 1898 during the battle of Cardenas Bay (SPANISH WAR)
When was the Spanish War Peace treaty signed and WHERE?
December 10, 1898 in Paris, France
On what date did the United States enter WWI?
April 2, 1917
During WWI, the RCS was under the control of what dept?
Department of Treasury
During WWI, What cutter was torpedoed by the Germans killing 111 Coast Guard members?
WWI ended in what year?
On what date, after the dangerous cargo act was passed, did the CG seize 28 Italian, 2 German and 35 Danish merchant vessels?
What date marked the beginning of Europe's WWII?
On April 9, 1941, the CG made the first naval capture of WWII. What cutter made this capture?
The Cutter Northland captured the Norwegian trawler Boskoe into protective custody and captured 3 German radiomen
Attack on Pearl Harbor occurred on what date?
December 7, 1941
On what date during WWII did Douglas Munro rescue a group of Marines under enemy attack?
September 27, 1942
When was the MOH awarded to Douglas Munro?
How many CG members died during WWII?
Almost 2,000 (a third being in-action)
CG members manned how many:
- Naval Ships?
- Army Vessels?
351 Naval Ships
288 Army Vessels
What year was the Korean Conflict / War?
In what war was did the Coast Guard have only marginal involvement?
How many CG cutters operated in Operation Market Time, Vietnam War?
26, 82' Cutters
Why were cutters re-painted gray during Operation Market Time?
To avoid being easy targets in moonlight or flare-light
In what year was Operation Market Time in the Vietnam War?
In what year did the first Ocean-Going cutters augment the Navy?
What were the years of the Gulf War?
1990 - 1991
What year marked the first time USCG - R was involuntarily called to AD overseas?
1990 during Operation Desert Shield
When did Desert Shield become Desert Storm?
January 17, 1991
What and what year marked the end of the Gulf War?
February 28, 1991 the UN Security Council called an official cease fire
What WAR and what DATE marked the first time US Navy ships were employed jointly under USCG command?
War on Terrorism
November 5, 2001 during Operation Noble Eagle
The Federal U.S. Lifesaving Service took shape on what date?
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