Aviation Warfare Qualification
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Three objectives of first aid
prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life.
4 methods of controlling bleeding
direct pressure, elevation, pressure point, and tourniquet
name 6 pressure points
superficial temporal artery(temple), facial artery(jaw), common carotid artery(neck), femoral artery(upper thigh), subclavian artery(collar bone), iliac artery(groin)
First degree burn
produces redness, warmth, mild pain
second degree burn
red blistered skin, severe pain
third degree burn
destroys tissue, severe pain may be absent due to nerve endings being destroyed
two types of fractures
little or no evidence of injury to severe trauma with associated cardiac arrest
disturbance of blood flow to brain skin is cool, moist, clammy, and pupils dilated.
serious condition, a breakdown of the sweating mechanism of the body. hot and/or dry skin, uneven pupil dilation, weak rapid pulse.
cooling of the body by exposure to low/rapidly falling temp.. may appear pale, unconscious, may look dead, slow breathing. pulse faint
crystals are forming in the upper skin layers after exposure to a temp of 32 or lower
crystals are formed in the deeper tissues after exposure to a temp 32 or lower
bacteria multiplying in the blood. causes; pneumonia, intra-abdominal infections.
heart is damaged and unable to supply blood to the body
severe blood and fluid loss
spinal cord injury
Naval aviation maintenance program
Periodic maintenance interval
monthly maintenance plan
collateral duty inspector
central technical publications library
aircraft confined space program
naval aviation maintenance reporting program
naval air training and operating procedures standardization
naval aviation maintenance program
naval aviation logistics command management information system
identify hazards, assess hazards, make risk decisions, implement controls, and supervise
liquid casualty; disrupt nerve impulses to the body, damaging body functions
gaseous or liquid casualty; internal symptoms
advanced chemical protective garment
aircraft takeoff and landing
parallel stripes on the ends of the runways, designate the landing area.
area for aborting or overshooting aircraft
MA-1 series overrun barrier
always in standby status, incase of aborted takeoff or an emergency overrun landing
compass calibration pad
magnetically quiet area where the aircraft compass is calibrated
safety department, plane inspectors, medical
aircraft handling and chock crewman
catapult and arresting gear personal, maintenance
explosive ordnance disposal, ordnance handling
aviation fuel crew
move director, brake rider, chock walker, safety observer, tractor driver
two types of maintenance described in the NAMP
rework and upkeep
quality assurance, prevention of the occurrence of defects
operating procedure that may result in death or injury
procedure that is mandatory
8 may 1911
birthday of naval aviation
20 march 1922
navys first carrier USS LANGLEY
7/8 may 1942
coral sea; worlds first carrier vs. carrier battle. USS Lexington was sunk.
3/5 june 1942
turning point of the pacific war, battle of miday
13/15 November 1942
Guadalcanal; navy policy concerning family member separations.
rate of change of the speed and/or velocity of matter with time
rate of movement in terms of distance measured in an allotted amount of time
9 character alphanumeric code that is the basis for data collection
carrier airborne early warning
aircraft logistics support
carrier logistics support
6 categories of hazmat
(FATCOC) flammable, aerosol, toxic, corrosive, oxidizing, compressed
discovery, notification, initiation of action, evaluation
aircraft construction is...
semimonocoque with full cantilever wings, horizontal stabilizers and fins.
principle structure employed though out the aircraft is..
wing center section and wing outer section
horizontal stabilizer, right inboard fin, left inboard slab fin, upper and lower, left and right outboard fins
forward section, 2 wheels and 2 tires
mid section, one main wheel and tire on each strut
forward section, two midsections, aft section
nose gear catapult system
carrier deck takeoff capabilities
pneumatically operated and electrically control, removes ice from edges of wings, stabilizers, and vertical fins
E2-C is powered by..
two T56-A-427 turbo prop engines
fuel control, fuel dump valves, fuel vent valves, fuel nozzles, aircraft boost pumps
engine anti-ice, air-conditioning, aircraft pressurization, engine compartment cooling(deck), cross bleed start
The E2-C hydraulics system consist of..
high pressure fluid, compressed gasses up to 3000 psi.
hydraulic system theory
each system is capable of independently supplying the power required for the operation of the primary flight controls
tricycle-type landing gear; carrier-deck arresting gear landing
flight control group
primary secondary/ and high lift; ailerons, elevators, rudders/ and outboard and inboard flaps
greatest hazards are spewing of hot electrolyte and possible cell explosion or cell short circuit
illumination for aircraft at night, maintenance illumination, and signaling
intercom system and radio voice communication
parachute assembly, survival kit assembly, emergency oxygen system assembly
consist of pilot, copilot, combat information center officer, aircraft control officer, and radar officer
cockpit is equipped with a pilot and copilot bucket-type seat.
safe and orderly conduct of the flight
combat information center officer
perform the duties of mission commander
aircraft control officer
assist CICO in operation of mission sub-system
operate radar system
provide early warning/command and control service under all weather conditions.
failure to comply with hazmat/hawaste could result in
$50,000 or more per item and five years imprisonment
Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist (EAWS) Common Core
Chapter 4: Rescue Awareness and Operations
Aviation Warfare Qualification
Enlisted Aviation Warfare Specialist: Intro/Phase I
ENLISTED AVIATION WARFARE QUALIFICATION CARD- Block 1- Command SORM and Organization