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BASIC MILITARY REQUIREMENTS. CHAPTERS 12-22. DAMAGE CONTROL. Responsibility of ALL HANDS Engineer Officer- responsible for Damage Control Petty Officer’s (DCPO) training, repair parties, and repair locker personnel DCPO’s normally serve for 6 months

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Basic military requirements

BASIC MILITARY REQUIREMENTS

CHAPTERS

12-22


Damage control

DAMAGE CONTROL

  • Responsibility of ALL HANDS

  • Engineer Officer- responsible for Damage Control Petty Officer’s (DCPO) training, repair parties, and repair locker personnel

  • DCPO’s normally serve for 6 months

  • Gas Free Engineer- determines if it’s safe for personnel to enter closed/ poorly ventilated spaces

  • Communication System- 1MC is integrated w/ an alarm signal system

    • X4OJ


Material conditions of readiness

MATERIAL CONDITIONS OF READINESS

  • XRAY

    • LEAST protection.

    • Set during normal working hours in port

      • All fittings with X or circle X are closed when set

  • YOKE

    • Greater security than x-ray.

    • Set at sea & in port during wartime

      • All fittings marked with X’s, Y’s, circle X, and circle Y are closed when set

  • ZEBRA

    • GREATEST degree of protection

    • Set when

      • GQ is sounded

      • Entering/leaving port in wartime

      • To localize damage

      • Whenever the CO deems necessary

        • All fittings marked with an X, Y, Z, and all circle X, Y, Z as well as Dog Zebra when set


Compartment checkoff list ccol

COMPARTMENT CHECKOFF LIST (CCOL)

  • List of all fittings and closures in that space

  • DCPO will maintain CCOL for their assigned space

  • Posted near the entrance in each space


Fire triangle

FIRE TRIANGLE


Classes of fires

CLASSES OF FIRES

  • ALPHA- Wood, cloth, paper

  • BRAVO- Flammable liquids, fuel, oil

  • CHARLIE- Energized electrical fires

  • DELTA- Combustible metals


Methods of extinguishing fires

METHODS OF EXTINGUISHING FIRES

  • ALPHA

    • Water in straight or fog pattern

  • BRAVO

    • AFFF, Halon 1212, Halon 1301, PKP

  • CHARLIE

    • CO2, Halon 1211, water spray

  • DELTA

    • Water in quantity in fog patterns


Radiation

RADIATION

  • ALPHA PARTICLES

    • Have little skin-penetrating power and must be taken into the body through ingestion or cuts to be injurious

  • BETA PARTICLES

    • Can present a hazard to personnel if the emitters of these particles come into contact with the skin or get inside the body

  • GAMMA PARTICLES

    • Can penetrate every region of the body. Will cause atoms they strike in the body to ionize

  • NEUTRONS

    • GREATEST penetrating power


Types of warfare

TYPES OF WARFARE

  • CHEMICAL

    • Affects blood, nerves, eyes, skin, lungs, or stomach

  • BIOLOGICAL

    • Intentional use of living organisms, toxins, and microtoxins to disable or destroy people, domestic animals, crops, and supplies

  • NUCLEAR

    • 4 types of blasts

      • High altitude blast- over 100,00 feet

      • Air blast- below 100,000 feet, but doesn’t touch Earth’s surface

      • Surface Blast- fireball touches Earth’s surface

      • Subsurface (underwater) burst- creates large bubble, expels steam, gas, debris in the air

    • 2 types of nuclear radiation

      • Initial

      • Residual


Basic military requirements

MOPP

  • MISSION ORIENTED PROTECTIVE POSTURE

  • MOPP LEVELS

    • 4

  • LEAST PROTECTIVE?

  • MOST PROTECTIVE?


First aid

FIRST AID

  • Purpose:

    • To save life

    • Prevent further injury

    • Limit infection

  • Primary tasks:

    • Maintain breathing

    • Stop bleeding/ maintain circulation

    • Prevent or treat for shock


Enlisted service record

Enlisted Service Record

  • Page 1- _________

  • Page 2- Dependency application/ Record of Emergency Data

  • Page 4- Enlisted qualifications

  • Page 13- Administrative remarks form


Personal qualification standards program pqs

Personal Qualification Standards Program (PQS)

  • Divided into 3 sections:

    • 1. Fundamentals

    • 2. Principals

    • 3. Watch Stations


Commissioning programs

COMMISSIONING PROGRAMS

  • CHIEF WARRANT OFFICER (CWO)

    • MUST BE E-7, E-8, OR E-9

    • AT LEAST 12 YEARS OF SERVICE

    • NO MORE THEN 24 YEARS SERVICE

  • LIMITED DUTY OFFICER (LDO)

    • MUST BE E-7 OR E-8

      • NOTE: E6 that have completed all the requirements for CPO, have taken the E-7 exam and have a final multiple equal or greater than the final multiple to pass are eligible for the program

    • AT LEAST 8 YEARS OF SERVICE

    • NO MORE THAN 16 YEARS SERVICE


Financial management

FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • THREE TYPES OF PAY:

    • 1. BASIC PAY

    • 2. INCENTIVE PAY

      • EXAMPLE: HAZARDOUS DUTY PAY

    • 3. SPECIAL PAY

      • EXAMPLE: REENLISTMENT


Security classifications

SECURITY CLASSIFICATIONS

  • 1. TOP SECRET

    • Unauthorized exposure could cause exceptionally grave damage to national security

  • 2. SECRET

    • Unauthorized exposure could reasonable be expected to cause serious damage to national security

  • 3. CONFIDENTIAL

    • Unauthorized exposure could reasonably be expected to cause damage to national security


Threat conditions

THREAT CONDITIONS

  • ALPHA

    • general threat of possible terrorist activity

  • BRAVO

    • increased and more predictable threat of terrorist activity exists

  • CHARLIE

    • when an incident occurs or intelligence is received indicating some form of terrorist action against personnel and facilities is imminent

  • DELTA

    • applies in the immediate area where a terrorist attack has occurred or when intelligence has been received that terrorist action against a specific location or person is likely


Elements of leadership

ELEMENTS OF LEADERSHIP

  • MORAL PRINCIPALS

    • HONESTY, INTEGRITY, & LOYALTY

  • PERSONAL EXAMPLE

    • TRAITS SUCH AS KNOW-HOW, SSINCERITY, AND COURAGE

  • ADMINISTRATIVE ABILITY

    • GOOD MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

      • ORGANIZE, MANAGE, & WORK WITH PEOPLE


Questions

QUESTIONS?


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