Alert, direction, target description, range, target assignment, fire control)
Define ACE report
Report after a fire fight Ammo, Casuality, Equipment
Define 6-S's T
Method to handle EPW's, Search, Segregate (Officers, enlisted, male, female, break up C2), Secure, Silence, Speed, Safeguard, Tag
Command and control
Command, control, computers, communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Under troops and fire support available, Higher, Adjacent, supporting.
Converting grid north to magnetic north, Left Add, Right Subtract
Marine Air ground Task Force 17,000 Marines and support
Marine expeditionary unit, smallest Marine MAGTF, 2200 troops commanded by a colonel
Marine Expeditionary Force, commanded by a lieutenant general, 3 of them, Camp Pendleton, Camp Lejeune, Camp Courtney, Okinawa, Japan About 46,000 Troops
Marine Expeditionary Brigade, usually a Major General or sometimes a Brigadier General about 17,000 Troops
Aviation Combat Element
Ground Combat Element
Combat Service Support Element
First aid immediate actions Airway, breating, circulation
Types of wire Tactical, FPL, break up attack formations Protective, Used along perimeter Supplementary, break up tactical wire patterns, Deceive location of FPL
Final protective line, grazing fire and strait line from CSW
Area of operations An operational area defined by the force commander for land, air, and naval forces conduct of combat and non-combat activities
Area of responsibility The geographical area associated with a combatant command within which a combatant commander has authority to plan and conduct operations
Survey, Liaison, and Reconnaissance Party survey and liaison personnel to provide/gather information
Off-load Preparation Party maintenance and equipment operators deploys aboard MPS and performs off-load preparations
maritime pre-positioning ship
Time-Phased Force Deployment Data, The Joint Operation Planning and Execution System data base portion of an operation plan; it contains time-phased force data, non-unit-related cargo and personnel data, and movement data for the operation plan. Who goes where when.
Seabee Engineer Reconnaissance Teams Collect and assess engineering intelligence and project information for the supported or parent unit for design and tasking of constructed work.
Camp Maintenance Store Room houses repair parts for in-camp preventive maintenance
Operating Target, Budget o 01 - Consumables and Services o 02 - Maintenance Repair Parts (CESE) o 03 - Camp Maintenance o 04 - Deployment Per Diem
Minimum Operating Strip MOS for fighter aircraft is 50 feet wide by 5,000 feet long MOS for Cargo planes is 90 feet wide by 7,000 feet long
Damage Assessment Team 3 Battalion personal, an EOD Tech, Air operations rep. Team leader, communicator, data collector Provides location and description of pavement damage.
Airfield Damage repair
Folded Fiberglass Matting, primary MOS repair method installation of an anchored FFM over a crater which was prepared with a layer of well-compacted crushed ston
Construction Activity Summary Sheets Summarized resource requirements identified during the estimating, Safety, QC, environment requirements on the back
Resident Officer-in-Charge of Construction responsible for inspection and surveillance of ongoing Seabee projects and for reviewing daily QC reports
Field Adjustment Requests Seabee Requesting changes on the drawings
Design Change Directives ROICC directed changes forwarded to the Battalion
Construction Quality Management Program The Three Phases of Control, Preparatory, Initial and Follow up
Naval Construction Force Support Unit Provides logistical support for a Naval Construction Regiment and other supported Naval Construction Force units
Deployment for Training small detachment of Seabees from the MB element that participates in specialized/technical construction projects
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report It's a monthly statement of a commands enlisted personnel account
Central tool room. Location where tools are kept to ensure their inventory.
Central Store room, Location where supply stores are kept to ensure the proper inventory and dispersal.
Central Hazardous Materials Center of an installation
Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization Inventory Management Program Reduce cost, reuse HW, comply with requlations, protect personal from HW.
Hazardous Inventory Control System Prepares reports for administration purposes of the HAZMAT inventory
Automotive Repair Parts, receives, stores and issues automotive repair parts
Central shipping and receiving outlet in the battalion Receives shipments not project related.
Cognizance Symbol, Two position alpha-numeric code Identifies the Navy inventory manager, or cognizant authority
Allowance Parts List Lists all the repair parts installed in the equipment or component to which it applies
Allowance Equipage List Lists all the equipment a specific unit or platform is supposed to have
Selected Item Management If a part is requested two or more times in a six month period, it is identified for SIM All SIM items are inventoried quarterly Non-SIM items are inventoried semi-annually.
Communications Security Material System ensure the proper distribution, handling, control, and security of COMSEC
Size up the situation Undue haste makes waste Remember where you are Vanquish fear and panic Improvise Value living Act like the natives Learn the basic skills
Battalion Equipment Evaluation Program pass on all special knowledge of CESE maintenance and operations techniques, provide the releiving battalion with condition of equipment.
Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology 6 Launderings/ 45 days of wear/ 120 days after removal from sealed bag
Forward line of own troops
Convoy information required to COC 8 hours prior to Convoy T= time convoy is departing R= reason for convoy A= area of location convoy is departing from V= no. of vehicles/personnel in convoy L= location convoy is going to R= routes taken to destination and return