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125 terms
EAWS Training
DT-60
the three objectives of first aid
the four methods of controlling bleeding
pressure point
A non-self reading high range causalty dosimeter which has to…
prevent further injury, infection, and loss of life
direct pressure, elevation, pressure point, and a tourniquet…
a point on the body where a main artery lies near the skin su…
DT-60
A non-self reading high range causalty dosimeter which has to…
the three objectives of first aid
prevent further injury, infection, and loss of life
9 terms
EAWS - Navy Aviation Heritage
First take-off from a ship, USS Birmin…
Captain Chambers purchased the Navy's…
First Naval Aviator Death, Ensign Bill…
First QA Representatives, 14 men as ai…
14 NOV 1910
08 MAY 1911
20 JUN 1913
22 OCT 1917
First take-off from a ship, USS Birmin…
14 NOV 1910
Captain Chambers purchased the Navy's…
08 MAY 1911
252 terms
EAWS Training Phase I
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
What is a pressure point?
Name a few of the 11 principal pressur…
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
A point on the body where a main artery lies near the skin su…
Superficial temporal (temple), facial (jaw), common carotid (…
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
14 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XVI
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Describe Helicopter Maritime Strike (H…
Describe Helicopter Training (HT)
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
Antisub and anti-surface warfare; logistics and rescue
Training of student naval aviators in rotary wing aircraft
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block VI
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
What are the elements of the fire tetr…
Class Alpha Fire
To save lives
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
Heat, fuel, oxygen, and chemical chain reaction
Occurs in combustible materials that produce an ash, such as…
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
To save lives
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
8 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block VIII
What does TACAMO stand for?
What is the TACAMO mission?
Who does TACAMO link during times of c…
What does ABNCP stand for?
Take Charge and Move Out
To provide survivable, reliable, and endurable airborne comma…
NCA with naval ballistic missile forces
Airborne Command Post
What does TACAMO stand for?
Take Charge and Move Out
What is the TACAMO mission?
To provide survivable, reliable, and endurable airborne comma…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block X
What is the objective of the NAMP?
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
Describe the Maintenance Officer (MO)
Describe the Aircraft Maintenance Offi…
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
The CNO
Head of the Maintenance Dept; manages department and is respo…
Assistant head of the maintenance dept; assists the MO in dut…
What is the objective of the NAMP?
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
The CNO
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block V
What are the HF radio hazard areas?
What are the UHF SATCOM and UHF C3 rad…
What are the MILSTAR EHF radome hazard…
What does the LTWA do?
10 ft for personnel; 150 ft electroexplosive, 200 ft fuel ign…
1 ft radius with UHF C3 HPA off or MILSTAR SATCOM transmittin…
Exposure limited to 6 mins max inside main MILSTAR EHF beam,…
Long Trail Wire Antenna; is a counterpoise antenna (ground pl…
What are the HF radio hazard areas?
10 ft for personnel; 150 ft electroexplosive, 200 ft fuel ign…
What are the UHF SATCOM and UHF C3 rad…
1 ft radius with UHF C3 HPA off or MILSTAR SATCOM transmittin…
38 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block I
What is pressurized with SF6?
How long must you wait to let the tail…
When must you position aircraft into t…
What must happen if there are hot or b…
Short wire antenna and power amplifier coaxial tube
15 minutes, because filled with SF6, which is colorless, odor…
When winds exceed 65 knots
Notify aircraft commander and fire department immediately, an…
What is pressurized with SF6?
Short wire antenna and power amplifier coaxial tube
How long must you wait to let the tail…
15 minutes, because filled with SF6, which is colorless, odor…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XIV
What is motion?
What is acceleration?
What is speed?
What is velocity?
Movement; act of changing position
Rate of change of speed and/or velocity of matter with time
Rate of movement in terms of distance measured in an allotted…
The quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direc…
What is motion?
Movement; act of changing position
What is acceleration?
Rate of change of speed and/or velocity of matter with time
11 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XVII
What is hazardous material (HAZMAT)?
What is hazardous waste (HAZWASTE)?
How often are HAZMAT stowage locations…
What does MSDS stand for?
Any material that because of its quantity, concentration, or…
HAZMAT that is to be discarded
Weekly and quarterly, for tightness of closure, corrosion, le…
Material Safety Data Sheet
What is hazardous material (HAZMAT)?
Any material that because of its quantity, concentration, or…
What is hazardous waste (HAZWASTE)?
HAZMAT that is to be discarded
22 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block II
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
What is a pressure point?
Name a few of the 11 principal pressur…
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
A point on the body where a main artery lies near the skin su…
Superficial temporal (temple), facial (jaw), common carotid (…
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
29 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block VII
What are some potentially life-threate…
What is essential to safely working on…
What are the required flight line prot…
What are runways?
Jet blast, rotor arcs, propellers and jet intakes
Being FOD free, wearing PPE, being qualified, and keeping you…
Flight deck (steel-toed) safety shoes, cranial impact helmet,…
Paved areas used for aircraft takeoff and landing
What are some potentially life-threate…
Jet blast, rotor arcs, propellers and jet intakes
What is essential to safely working on…
Being FOD free, wearing PPE, being qualified, and keeping you…
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XV
What does NALCOMIS do?
What is OOMA?
What does OOMA track?
What are some of the responsibilities…
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
NMCS/PMCS status, flyable discrepancies, non-aircraft related…
Monitor aircraft status, set workcenter priorities, ensure ai…
What does NALCOMIS do?
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
What is OOMA?
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
42 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block VI
What are the portable fire extinguishe…
When using fire extinguishers, what SH…
What 3 systems make the environmental…
How does the air-conditioning system c…
Liquid carbon dioxide
Oxygen (because CO2 concentration can displace enough useable…
Bleed air, air conditioning, and pressurization systems
By using bleed air and ambient air
What are the portable fire extinguishe…
Liquid carbon dioxide
When using fire extinguishers, what SH…
Oxygen (because CO2 concentration can displace enough useable…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block V
A nerve agent
A blister agent
A blood agent
A choking agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
A gaseous casualty agent that attacks the enzymes carrying ox…
A gaseous or liquid casualty agent with initial symptoms that…
A nerve agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
A blister agent
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
10 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block IV
What is ORM?
What is the 1st step of the ORM process?
What is the 2nd step of the ORM process?
What is the 3rd step of the ORM process?
A systematic decision-making process used to identify and man…
Identify hazards
Assess hazards
Make risk decisions
What is ORM?
A systematic decision-making process used to identify and man…
What is the 1st step of the ORM process?
Identify hazards
16 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block IX
What are some of the departments used…
How are FPCONs selected?
Who can set the FPCON level?
Who can set higher FPCONs if the local…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
Commanders at any level
Subordinate commanders
What are some of the departments used…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
How are FPCONs selected?
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
16 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XI
When was NATOPS established?
When was the NAMP initiated?
When was the second standardization in…
What does the FRS do?
1961, to reduce naval aircraft mishaps
1959
1961
Indoctrinates newly designated aicrew and aircraft mechanics…
When was NATOPS established?
1961, to reduce naval aircraft mishaps
When was the NAMP initiated?
1959
9 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XII
What happened 14 November 1910?
What happened 8 May 1911?
What happened 20 June 1913?
What happened 22 October 1917?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
Ensign Billingsley, flying B-2 near Annapolis MD became first…
Inspector School beginnings, eventually becoming modern QARs
What happened 14 November 1910?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
What happened 8 May 1911?
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
29 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block V
Describe a nerve agent
Describe a blister agent
Describe a blood agent
Describe a choking agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
A gaseous casualty agent that attacks the enzymes carrying ox…
A gaseous or liquid casualty agent with initial symptoms that…
Describe a nerve agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
Describe a blister agent
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
19 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block III
What are accumulators precharged with?
How many people SHALL be present when…
What SHALL be worn by personnel servic…
What happens when you disconnect hydra…
Nitrogen
At least 2
Safety glasses/face shield
That causes misting of the hydraulic fluid, which creates an…
What are accumulators precharged with?
Nitrogen
How many people SHALL be present when…
At least 2
48 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block IV
What is an Ohm?
Describe electrical resistance
What is a switch?
What is voltage?
A unit of electrical resistance; something with the resistanc…
The opposition which a device or material offers to the flow…
A device to change connections in an electrical circuit
Term used to signify electrical pressure; a force that causes…
What is an Ohm?
A unit of electrical resistance; something with the resistanc…
Describe electrical resistance
The opposition which a device or material offers to the flow…
28 terms
EAWS Training - Phase III, Block II
What are the engine danger areas at id…
What are the engine danger areas at mi…
Exhaust velocity 100 feet aft of engin…
Exhaust velocity 100 feet aft of engin…
25 ft in front, 5 ft behind inlet, 200 feet behind in 20 degr…
50 ft in front, 6 ft behind inlet, 500 ft behind in 30 degree…
Up to 85 mph
Up to 145 mph
What are the engine danger areas at id…
25 ft in front, 5 ft behind inlet, 200 feet behind in 20 degr…
What are the engine danger areas at mi…
50 ft in front, 6 ft behind inlet, 500 ft behind in 30 degree…
Navy Basic Training Study Flashcards
A
B
C
D
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
A
Alpha
B
Bravo
18 terms
Navy Training Rank and Recognition
Sleeve Insignia:... Seaman Recruit
Seaman Apprentice
Seaman
Petty Officer 3rd Class
Nothing
2 Diagonal Stripes
3 Diagonal Stripes
Perched Eagle, Specialty Mark and 1 Chevron
Sleeve Insignia:... Seaman Recruit
Nothing
Seaman Apprentice
2 Diagonal Stripes
5 terms
NAVY BASIC TRAINING
What are the Navy's Core Values?
How to properly answer a question?
What are the 11 General Orders
What is the Sailors Creed?
Honor, Commitment, Courage
(Sandwich) Petty Officer "ANSWER" Petty Officer OR Chief "ANS…
1. To take charge of this post and all government property in…
I am a United States Sailor.... I will support and defend the Co…
What are the Navy's Core Values?
Honor, Commitment, Courage
How to properly answer a question?
(Sandwich) Petty Officer "ANSWER" Petty Officer OR Chief "ANS…
19 terms
NAVY VALOR Training
Phases of the Recruiting Roadmap
The "What"
The "How"
Prospect Engagement Skills
Engage, Assess, Connect, Reveal, Win, Mentor
The Recruiting Roadmap
Prospect Engagement Skills
Discovery, Alignment, Positioning, Distinction, Collaboration
Phases of the Recruiting Roadmap
Engage, Assess, Connect, Reveal, Win, Mentor
The "What"
The Recruiting Roadmap
Navy Basic Training Study Flashcards
A
B
C
D
Alpha
Bravo
Charlie
Delta
A
Alpha
B
Bravo
10 terms
Navy Military Training
STG Sienior Chief (SW) Ramos
STG Chief (SW) Tone
STG Chief (SW) Polster
STG1 (SW) Miles
Navy Military Training LCPO
NMT Instructor
NMT Instructor
NMT Instructor
STG Sienior Chief (SW) Ramos
Navy Military Training LCPO
STG Chief (SW) Tone
NMT Instructor
14 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XVI
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Describe Helicopter Maritime Strike (H…
Describe Helicopter Training (HT)
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
Antisub and anti-surface warfare; logistics and rescue
Training of student naval aviators in rotary wing aircraft
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XV
What does NALCOMIS do?
What is OOMA?
What does OOMA track?
What are some of the responsibilities…
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
NMCS/PMCS status, flyable discrepancies, non-aircraft related…
Monitor aircraft status, set workcenter priorities, ensure ai…
What does NALCOMIS do?
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
What is OOMA?
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
9 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XII
What happened 14 November 1910?
What happened 8 May 1911?
What happened 20 June 1913?
What happened 22 October 1917?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
Ensign Billingsley, flying B-2 near Annapolis MD became first…
Inspector School beginnings, eventually becoming modern QARs
What happened 14 November 1910?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
What happened 8 May 1911?
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block VI
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
What are the elements of the fire tetr…
Class Alpha Fire
To save lives
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
Heat, fuel, oxygen, and chemical chain reaction
Occurs in combustible materials that produce an ash, such as…
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
To save lives
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
22 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block II
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
What is a pressure point?
Name a few of the 11 principal pressur…
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
A point on the body where a main artery lies near the skin su…
Superficial temporal (temple), facial (jaw), common carotid (…
Define the 3 objectives of first aid
Prevent further injury, infection, and the loss of life
Identify the 4 methods of controlling…
Direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, and tourniquet
16 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block IX
What are some of the departments used…
How are FPCONs selected?
Who can set the FPCON level?
Who can set higher FPCONs if the local…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
Commanders at any level
Subordinate commanders
What are some of the departments used…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
How are FPCONs selected?
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
11 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XVII
What is hazardous material (HAZMAT)?
What is hazardous waste (HAZWASTE)?
How often are HAZMAT stowage locations…
What does MSDS stand for?
Any material that because of its quantity, concentration, or…
HAZMAT that is to be discarded
Weekly and quarterly, for tightness of closure, corrosion, le…
Material Safety Data Sheet
What is hazardous material (HAZMAT)?
Any material that because of its quantity, concentration, or…
What is hazardous waste (HAZWASTE)?
HAZMAT that is to be discarded
29 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block VII
What are some potentially life-threate…
What is essential to safely working on…
What are the required flight line prot…
What are runways?
Jet blast, rotor arcs, propellers and jet intakes
Being FOD free, wearing PPE, being qualified, and keeping you…
Flight deck (steel-toed) safety shoes, cranial impact helmet,…
Paved areas used for aircraft takeoff and landing
What are some potentially life-threate…
Jet blast, rotor arcs, propellers and jet intakes
What is essential to safely working on…
Being FOD free, wearing PPE, being qualified, and keeping you…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block X
What is the objective of the NAMP?
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
Describe the Maintenance Officer (MO)
Describe the Aircraft Maintenance Offi…
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
The CNO
Head of the Maintenance Dept; manages department and is respo…
Assistant head of the maintenance dept; assists the MO in dut…
What is the objective of the NAMP?
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
The CNO
10 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block IV
What is ORM?
What is the 1st step of the ORM process?
What is the 2nd step of the ORM process?
What is the 3rd step of the ORM process?
A systematic decision-making process used to identify and man…
Identify hazards
Assess hazards
Make risk decisions
What is ORM?
A systematic decision-making process used to identify and man…
What is the 1st step of the ORM process?
Identify hazards
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XV
What does NALCOMIS do?
What is OOMA?
What does OOMA track?
What are some of the responsibilities…
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
NMCS/PMCS status, flyable discrepancies, non-aircraft related…
Monitor aircraft status, set workcenter priorities, ensure ai…
What does NALCOMIS do?
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
What is OOMA?
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
29 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block V
Describe a nerve agent
Describe a blister agent
Describe a blood agent
Describe a choking agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
A gaseous casualty agent that attacks the enzymes carrying ox…
A gaseous or liquid casualty agent with initial symptoms that…
Describe a nerve agent
A liquid casualty agent that disrupts nerve impulses to the b…
Describe a blister agent
A liquid or solid casualty agent that can cause inflammation,…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XIV
What is motion?
What is acceleration?
What is speed?
What is velocity?
Movement; act of changing position
Rate of change of speed and/or velocity of matter with time
Rate of movement in terms of distance measured in an allotted…
The quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direc…
What is motion?
Movement; act of changing position
What is acceleration?
Rate of change of speed and/or velocity of matter with time
16 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XI
When was NATOPS established?
When was the NAMP initiated?
When was the second standardization in…
What does the FRS do?
1961, to reduce naval aircraft mishaps
1959
1961
Indoctrinates newly designated aicrew and aircraft mechanics…
When was NATOPS established?
1961, to reduce naval aircraft mishaps
When was the NAMP initiated?
1959
14 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XVI
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Describe Helicopter Maritime Strike (H…
Describe Helicopter Training (HT)
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
Antisub and anti-surface warfare; logistics and rescue
Training of student naval aviators in rotary wing aircraft
What are the six basic core capabiliti…
Forward Presence, Deterrence, Sea Control, Power Projection,…
Describe Helicopter Sea Combat (HSC)
Perform rescue, logistics, mine countermeasures, and combat s…
33 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block X
What is the objective of the NAMP?
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
Describe the Maintenance Officer (MO)
Describe the Aircraft Maintenance Offi…
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
The CNO
Head of the Maintenance Dept; manages department and is respo…
Assistant head of the maintenance dept; assists the MO in dut…
What is the objective of the NAMP?
To achieve and continually improve aviation material readines…
Who is in charge of the NAMP?
The CNO
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block VI
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
What are the elements of the fire tetr…
Class Alpha Fire
To save lives
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
Heat, fuel, oxygen, and chemical chain reaction
Occurs in combustible materials that produce an ash, such as…
What is the primary duty of the firefi…
To save lives
What are the secondary responsibilitie…
To extinguish fires and limit the damage to aircraft, shipboa…
16 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block IX
What are some of the departments used…
How are FPCONs selected?
Who can set the FPCON level?
Who can set higher FPCONs if the local…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
Commanders at any level
Subordinate commanders
What are some of the departments used…
Personnel Management, Antiterrorism, Counter Intelligence, El…
How are FPCONs selected?
Terrorist threat level, capability to penetrate existing phys…
9 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XII
What happened 14 November 1910?
What happened 8 May 1911?
What happened 20 June 1913?
What happened 22 October 1917?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
Ensign Billingsley, flying B-2 near Annapolis MD became first…
Inspector School beginnings, eventually becoming modern QARs
What happened 14 November 1910?
Eugene Ely performed the first take-off from a ship; Curtiss…
What happened 8 May 1911?
Birthday of Naval Aviation, because first two planes were pur…
12 terms
EAWS Training - Phase I, Block XV
What does NALCOMIS do?
What is OOMA?
What does OOMA track?
What are some of the responsibilities…
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
NMCS/PMCS status, flyable discrepancies, non-aircraft related…
Monitor aircraft status, set workcenter priorities, ensure ai…
What does NALCOMIS do?
Provides the capability to manage maintenance and supply func…
What is OOMA?
A management tool that provides essential, real time informat…
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