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Naval Education and Training Command

NAVEDTRA 43296-1 August 2006

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD


FOR

NAVY EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE (EXW) SPECIALIST UNIT SPECIFIC FOR MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON
NAME (Rate/Rank) ______________________________
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Although the words he, him, and his are used sparingly in this manual to enhance communication, they are not intended to be gender driven nor to affront or discriminate against anyone reading this material.

PREFACE

Warfare Qualified Sailors are an essential element of our Navys Operational Primacy. The objective of the Navy Expeditionary Warfare Specialist (EXW) Program is to provide the enlisted candidate an introduction into the processes and topics necessary to support the warfighting requirements of our Navy. This personnel warfare qualification standard will focus on mission effectiveness, combat readiness, and survivability as well as introducing an overall understanding of how an individual units mission fits into and supports naval doctrine and its objectives. Experience shows it is essential that every warrior in our Navy be totally familiar with the mission of their command and be able to apply this knowledge to support the successful execution of the commands current and future missions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ------------------------------------------------------------------7 INTRODUCTION -----------------------------------------------------------------------------ACRONYMS -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------100 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS ------------------------------------101 Safety ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------102 Field First Aid -----------------------------------------------------------------------103 Deadly Force, Use of Force, ROE and LOAC -------------------------------104 Antiterrorism/Force Protection --------------------------------------------------105 Military Security Fundamentals -------------------------------------------------106 Patrol Boat Fundamentals -------------------------------------------------------107 Embarked Security Teams ------------------------------------------------------108 Convoy Operations ----------------------------------------------------------------109 Field Operations -------------------------------------------------------------------110 Combat Operations ---------------------------------------------------------------111 Mission Planning ------------------------------------------------------------------112 Command, Control and Communications -----------------------------------113 Readiness and Training ---------------------------------------------------------114 Civil Engineering and Support Equipment (CESE) ----------------------200 INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS ---------------------------------------------201 Signaling Devices -----------------------------------------------------------------202 Hand Held GPS -------------------------------------------------------------------203 AN/PVS 18 Night Vision Device -----------------------------------------------204 AN/PRC 148 MBITR Radio -----------------------------------------------------205 AN/PRC 117 Radio ---------------------------------------------------------------206 AN/PRC 150 Radio ---------------------------------------------------------------207 XTS-5000 Radio ------------------------------------------------------------------208 MSD Oswald Class Patrol Boat -----------------------------------------------209 BASE-X Tent -----------------------------------------------------------------------210 Generator, 6kw with Floodlights -----------------------------------------------211 Pump PE 100 Series ----------------------------------------------------------300 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS ----------------------------------301 Navy Expeditionary Warfare Specialist --------------------------------------LIST OF REFERENCES --------------------------------------------------------------------9 13 15 17 18 22 25 27 30 36 38 41 44 49 51 53 56 58 59 62 64 67 70 73 76 78 81 83 85 87 89 100

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The PQS Developers gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS: CMDCM(SW/AW) HMCS(SW) BMCS (SW/AW) MAC(AW) MAC(SW) BMC(SW) MAC(AW) HMC(FMF) BMC(SW/SCW) MAC(SW) GMC(SW) MA2 Robert BARNETT Norman APPLETON Charles HUNT Robert HEWITT Scott ATKINSON Martin WHITE Bonifacio BAINCO Eric MAYES Carlton REID Bryon SULLIVAN Eugene AMARRADOR Daniel BEILEN NCWG-1, San Diego, CA MSS7, Guam MSS3, MSD 31, San Diego, CA MSS7, Guam MSS7, MSD 71, Guam MSS7, MSD 73, Guam MSS7, MSD 71, Guam MSS7, MSD 73, Guam NCWG-1, San Diego, CA MSS3, MSD 32, San Diego, CA MSS3, MSD 31, San Diego, CA MSS3, MSD 31, San Diego, CA

The Model Manager for this PQS: CENATNSF (N511) DSN 253-5209

The Enlisted Expeditionary Warfare Specialist Coordinator for this PQS: NECC (N832) DSN 253-7400 Ext. 145

INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM


This PQS program is a qualification system for enlisted personnel where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. A PQS is a compilation of the minimum knowledge and skills that an individual must demonstrate in order to qualify to stand watches or perform other specific routine duties necessary for the safety, security or proper operation of a ship, aircraft or support system. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications.

CANCELLATION
This Standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA : None.

APPLICABILITY
This PQS is applicable to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command enlisted personnel.

MODEL MANAGER
The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community.

TAILORING
To command tailor this package, first have it reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals. Delete any portions covering systems and equipment not installed on your ship, aircraft or unit. Next, add any line items, fundamentals, systems and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command but not already covered in this package. Finally, the package should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated representative. Retain the approved master copy on file for use in tailoring individual packages.

INTRODUCTION (CONTD) QUALIFIER


The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations. Qualifiers will normally be E-5 or above and, as a minimum, must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers, see the PQS Unit Coordinators Guide.

CONTENTS
PQS is divided into three sections. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge from technical manuals and other texts necessary to satisfactorily understand the watchstation/workstation duties. The 200 Section (Systems/Mission Areas) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to achieve final PQS qualification for a particular watchstation/workstation. All three sections may not apply to this PQS, but where applicable, detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.

REFERENCES
The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop, however, the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard.

NOTES
Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. If such references are used, do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified.

TRAINEE
Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. Before getting started, turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks. You may be required to complete another PQS, a school, or other watchstations/workstations within this package. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references, contact your supervisor or qualifier. Good luck! 10

INTRODUCTION (CONTD) PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS


This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. When equipment and requirements change, the PQS needs to be revised. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you, the user, telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. You can tell us of new systems and requirements, or of errors you find.

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ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS


Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. The Subject Matter Experts from the Fleet who wrote this Standard determined the following acronyms or abbreviations may not be commonly known throughout their community and should be defined to avoid confusion. If there is a question concerning an acronym or abbreviation not spelled out on this page nor anywhere else in the Standard, use the references listed on the line item containing the acronym or abbreviation in question. ACU AMCI BEEP BIT CEOI CESE CMS COA COI CTT ECP ECU EDG EST FM FMFRP FPCON FRTP GPS HAZMAT HVA IALA IED IFPP IR LCD LOAC LOP LOS MCRP MCWP MEDEVAC MOUT MSD MSEL MSS NDP NTTP NVD NWP Air Conditioning Unit Air Mobility Command Instruction Battalion Equipment Evaluation Program Built in Test Communication Equipment Operating Instruction Civil Engineer Support Equipment Cryptological Material Security Course of Action Contact of Interest Command Training Team Entry Control Point Environmental Control Unit Exercise Drill Guide Embarked Security Team Field Manual Fleet Marine Force Readiness Publication Force Protection Conditions Fleet Readiness Training Program Global Positioning System Hazardous Materials High Value Asset International Association of Lighthouse Authorities Improvised Explosive Device Individual Force Protection Plan Infrared Liquid Crystal Diode Laws of Armed Conflict Line of Position Line of Sight Marine Corp Readiness Publication Marine Corp Warfare Publication Medical Evacuation Military Operations in Urbanized Terrain Mobile Security Detachment Master Sequence Event List Mobile Security Squadron Naval Doctrinal Publication Navy Tactics, Techniques and Procedures Night Vision Device Naval Warfare Publication 13

PB4T PPE PPR RHIB ROE SATCOM SOP SROE TACSUP TOA TOC UTM VBIED

Planning Board for Training Personal Protective Equipment Pre-planned Response Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat Rules of Engagement Satellite Communications Standard Operating Procedures Standing Rules of Engagement Tactical Supervisor Table of Allowance Tactical Operations Center Universal Transfer Mercator Vehicle Borne Improvised Explosive Device

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100 100.1

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION


This PQS begins with a Fundamentals section covering the basic knowledge and principles needed to understand the equipment or duties to be studied. Normally, you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher, the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability.

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HOW TO COMPLETE
The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS, since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more, contact your Qualifier. If you are attempting initial qualification, your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals. If you are requalifying or have completed the appropriate schools, your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification, you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.

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101 101 SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Safety And Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual OPNAVINST 5100.19D CH-1, Navy Occupational Safety And Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual For Forces Afloat, Volume I Discuss principles of hazard controls. [ref. a, para 0502, pg 5-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss safety and occupational health training requirements. [ref a, app 6-A, pg 6A-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss small boat safety requirements. [ref b, ch C4, pg C4-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss safety requirements while conducting operations with helicopters. [ref b, ch C7, pg C7-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss electrical and electronic safety and tag-out precautions. [ref b, ch C9, pg C9-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss safety precautions when working with ordnance. [ref b, ch C14, pg C14-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss the policy for PPE. [ref a, ch 20, pg 20-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 17

101.1

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FIELD FIRST AID

References: [a] [b] [c] NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman NTRP 4-02.1.1, First Aid NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol 2

102.1

State the purpose of first aid. [ref b, ch. 1, pg 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the following steps in initial evaluation of a victim: [ref a, ch 4, pg 4-3 and ref b, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Assess the situation Keep patient lying down Identify the injuries Check for consciousness Check breathing Check pulse Check for injuries

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the possible causes for the following injuries: [ref a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d. e. f. Asphyxiation [pg 4-16] Hemorrhage (bleeding) [pg 4-30] Cardiac arrest [pg 4-18] Fractures [pg 4-46] Burns [pg 4-56] Shock [pg 4-21]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Define and discuss the following types of fractures: [ref a, ch. 4, pg 4-46] a. b. Simple (closed) Compound (open)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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FIELD FIRST AID (CONT)


Discuss the signs and symptoms of fractures. [ref a, ch. 4, pg 4-46] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Explain the treatment for the following types of fractures: [ref a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Arm (upper and lower) [pg 4-47] Leg (upper and lower) [pg 4-48] Jaw [pg 4-50] Nose [pg 4-50] Skull [pg 4-51] Spine [pg 4-52] Rib [pg 4-50] Shoulder [pg 4-49]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss the following types of bleeding: [ref b, ch 1, pg 1-5] a. b. Arterial Venous

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the following treatment for bleeding: [ref b, ch 2] a. b. b. c. Direct pressure [pg 2-21] Pressure Dressing [pg 2-22] Indirect pressure (pressure points) [pg 2-24] Tourniquet [pg 2-25]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the symptoms and treatment of shock. [ref b, ch 2, pg 2-29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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FIELD FIRST AID (CONT)


Discuss the symptoms and treatment for the following types of burns: [ref a, ch. 4, pg 4-37] a. b. c. First degree Second degree Third degree

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the treatment for chemical burns. [ref b, ch 3, pg 3-14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss the treatment for the following types of wounds: [ref a ch. 4] a. b. c. d. e. Chest wounds [pg 4-38] Abdominal wounds [pg 4-38] Head wounds [pg 4-37] Eye injuries [pg 4-36] Facial Wounds [pg 4-38]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the following methods of transporting a victim: [ref b, app B] a. b. c. d. e. f. Stokes stretcher [ref a, ch 3, pg 3-18] Blanket drag [ref a, ch 3, pg 3-22] Fireman carry [ref b, app B, pg B-6] 4-handed seat carry [ref b, app B, pg B-24] Tied-hands carry [ref b, app B, pg B-25] Pack-strap carry [ref b, app B, pg B-11]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Define and discuss the causes, symptoms and treatment for: [ref b, ch. 5, pg 5-2] a. b. c. Heat stroke Heat exhaustion Heat cramps

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FIELD FIRST AID (CONT)


Define and discuss the causes, symptoms and treatment for: [ref b, ch 5] a. Hypothermia [pg 5-14] b. Frost Bite [pg 5-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Discuss the procedures for MEDEVAC of personnel casualties. [ref c, ch 3, pg 3-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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103 103 DEADLY FORCE, USE OF FORCE, ROE AND LOAC


References: [a] SECNAVINST 5500.29C, Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Rev. A), Antiterrorism/Force Protection CJCSI 3121.01A, Standing Rules of Engagement for US Forces NWP 1-14M, The Commanders Handbook on the Law of Naval Operations SECNAVINST 3100.1A, Laws of Armed Conflict

[b] [c] [d] [e]

103.1

Define deadly force. [ref a, encl 1, pg 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Define serious bodily harm. [ref a, encl 1, pg 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

List and explain the circumstance that deadly force is authorized. [ref a, encl 2, pg 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss additional requirements for the use of firearms. [ref a, encl 2, pg 11 ] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

List and describe the components of the Deadly Force Triangle. [ref b, pg 7-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

List and explain the six steps in the escalation of force. [ref b, pg 7-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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DEADLY FORCE, USE OF FORCE, ROE AND LOAC (CONTD)


Discuss the Domestic Violence Amendment to the Gun Control Act [ref a, encl 1, pg 8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss the purpose of SROE [ref c, pg A-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Define the following: [ref c, pg A-3 through A-6] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Inherent Right to Self-Defense National Self-Defense Collective Self-Defense Unit Self-Defense Individual Self Defense Necessity Proportionality Hostile Act Hostile Intent

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss the requirements for the following: [ref c, pg A-6] a. b. c. Descalation Proportional Force Attack to Disable or Destroy

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss SROE in regards to Piracy. [ref c, pg A-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss combatants VS. noncombatants. [ref d, pg 5-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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DEADLY FORCE, USE OF FORCE, ROE AND LOAC (CONTD)


List examples of violations of the LOAC. [ref e, encl 2, pg 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.14

Define the following: a. b. c. d. e. Territorial Seas [ref d, pg 1-5] Contiguous Zone. [ref d, pg 1-6] Exclusive Economic Zone [ref d, pg 1-6] High Seas [ref d, pg 1-6] Security Zones [ref d, pg 1-6]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss international law in regards to Asylum and Temporary Refugee. [ref d, pg 32] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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104 104 ANTITERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NWP 3-07.2, Navy Doctrine For Antiterrorism/Force Protection NTTP 3-07.2.1 (REV A), Navy Doctrine for Antiterrorism/Force Protection DoD O-2000.12-H, DoD Antiterrorisn Handbook DoDI 2000.16, DoD Antiterrorism Standards

101.1

List and discuss tactics used by terrorists. [ref a, pg 2-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Describe the following phases of terrorist attack methodology: [ref. a, pg 2-2] a. b. c. d. e. f. Target Options Selection Surveillance Target Selection Detailed Surveillance Training and Preparation The Attack

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 List and discuss the terrorist threat levels. [ref a, pg 2-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 List and discuss the FPCON. [ref a, pg 2-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss FPCON Measures. [ref c, app 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss criticality and vulnerability assessments. [ref b, pg C-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 25

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ANTITERRORISM/FORCE PROTECTION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT)


Discuss planning and response assessments. [ref b, pg C-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss Antiterrorism/Force Protection Plans. [ref b, pg 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss Antiterrorism/Force Protection Training requirements. [ref d, standard 19, 21 through 24] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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105 105 MILITARY SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] The Bluejackets Manual, 21st Edition NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Rev A), Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection A-830-2216, Naval Security Force Sentry Trainee Guide Technical Support Working Group, Vehicle Inspection Checklist Technical Support Working Group, Small Watercraft Inspection Guide NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations MCWP 3-33.2,Civil Disturbances NTTP 3-07.3.2, Tactical Employment of Non-lethal Weapons

105.1

State the eleven general orders of a sentry [ref. a, pg 153] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss Guardmount procedures. [ref b, pg 7-12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the following in regards to ECP: [ref b, pg 7-22 through 7-29 and ref f app O] a. b. c. d. e. Layout Assessment, Warning and Threat Zones Suicide Bomber Techniques Interview Techniques Obstacles and Barriers

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss procedures for conducting a personnel search. [ref c, pg 230 through 231 and ref f app O] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss procedures for conducting a vehicle search. [ref c, pg 220 through 226 and ref d app O] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 27

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MILITARY SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss procedures to inspect watercraft. [ref e (All) and ref f app Q, pg Q-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the following PPRs: [ref b, pg 6-1 through 6-23] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Surveillance Small Boat Attack Deep Draft Vessel Subsurface Threat Entry Control Point Threat Aircraft Threat Standoff Attack MANPAD Attack

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss anti-swimmer patrols and methods. [ref f, pg 6-14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss principles of aircraft/flight line defense. [ref f, pg 6-18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss the following elements for controlling civil disturbances: [ref g, pg 3-6 through 3-9] a. b. c. Control Force Negotiating Team Special Response Team

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the following control force actions: [ref g, pg 6-0 through 6-9] a. b. c. Isolate the Area. Protecting Likely Targets Exerting Control

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MILITARY SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss required individual riot control equipment. [ref g, pg 7-2 through 7-3 and ref h, app a, pg a-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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106 106 PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] COMDTINST M16672.2D, Navigation Rules COMDTINST M16114.5B, Boat Crew Seamanship Manual NAVEDTRA 14338, Quartermaster NAVEDTRA 14343, Boatswains Mate COMNCWGRUONEINST 3340.1C/COMNCWGRUTWOINST 3340.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Small Boat Instruction NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations Chart 1

106.1

Discuss Inland vs. International Rules of the Road [ref d, pg 6-31 through 6-32] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Define the following terms [ref a]: a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Restricted visibility [ref. a, rule 3] Vessel constrained by draft [ref. a, rule 3] Vessel restricted in her ability to maneuver [ref. a, rule 3] Vessel not under command [ref. a, rule 3] Power driven vessel [ref. a, rule 3] Short blast and prolonged blast [ref. a, rule 32] Bell [ref. a, rule 33] Gong [ref. a, rule 33]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Define the following terms and describe the actions to be taken by the give-way and Stand-on vessels for each situation when the vessels are within sight of each other: [ref. d, page 6-32 through 6-33] a) Overtaking b) Head on c) Crossing ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Describe the required lights on vessels and how to correctly interpret them. [ref d, pg 6-33 through 6-36] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Describe the effects of the following environmental effects on small boats: a. b. c. Wind [ref b, pg 10-1] Seas [ref b, pg 10-2] Current [ref b, pg 10-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Describe the following forces and how they affect small boat handling: a. b. c. d. e. Propeller Action [ref b, pg 10-4] Screw Current [ref b, pg 10-4] Side Force [ref b, pg 10-5] Cavitation [ref b, pg 10-5] Rudder Action [ref b, pg 10-5]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Define the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. High Tide [ref c, pg 7-3] Low Tide [ref c, pg 7-3] Mean High Water [ref c, pg 7-3] Mean Low Water [ref c, pg 7-3] Spring Tide [ref c, pg 7-4] Neap Tide [ref c, pg 7-4] Flood Current [ref c, pg 7-16] Ebb Current [ref c, pg 7-16] Slack Water [ref c, pg 7-16] Set [ref c, pg 7-16] Drift [ref c, pg 7-16]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Define the following boat nomenclature and terminology: [ref b, ch 8A, pg 8-1] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Bow Stern Port Starboard Amidships Athwartships Fore Aft Beam Quarter Windward Leeward

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Define the following compass errors: a. b. Variation [ref d, pg 6-13] Deviation [ref d, pg 6-13]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Describe procedures to determine compass course on a chart. [ref d, pg 6-29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Interpret the following on a nautical chart: a. b. c. d. e. Sounding [ref c, pg 1-13 through 1-15] Compass Rose [ref c, pg 1-13 through 1-15] Wreck [ref c, pg 1-13 through 1-15] Shoal [ref g, ch K, pg 1] Buoys [ref g, ch Q, pg 1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Define the following navigation terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. Plan of Intended Movement (PIM) [ref c, pg 8-12] Line of Position (LOP) [ref b, pg 14-31] Dead Reckoning [ref b, pg 14-27] Compass Bearing [ref b, pg 14-28] Relative Bearing [ref b, para 14-28] Fix [ref c, pg 1-6]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss IALA systems A and B. [ref c, pg 4-28] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Discuss the purpose and characteristics of a range. [ref c, pg 4-16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Discuss Patrol Boat Crew qualifications and responsibilities. [ref e, pg 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Discuss safety requirements for operating a patrol boat. [ref e, pg 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 List required equipment to get small boat underway. [ref e, pg 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Discuss the following point defense operations: [ref f, pg 6-2] a. b. c. HVA Pierside HVA at Anchorage HVA Underway

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss weapons deconfliction procedures. [ref f, pg 6-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.22

Describe the responsibilities of the following: [ref f, pg 6-11] a. b. c. Screen Boat Reaction Boat Contact and Escort Boat

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Describe procedures for hostile or unkown COI. [ref f, pg 6-12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Describe procedures for escorting a HVA while in transit. [ref f, pg 6-15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Discuss the following types of formations: [ref. f, pg 9-3] a. b. c. d. e. Column Line Abreast Echelon left/right Wedge Diamond

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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PATROL BOAT FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Define the following fire control commands: [ref. f, pg 10-15] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Weapons Tight Weapons Free Weapons Stowed Weapons Ready Surface/Air Action Port/Starboard Open Fire Cease Fire Check Fire Response to Commands

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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107 107 EMBARKED SECURITY TEAMS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NWP 3-10, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coast Warfare Operations Unit Standard Operating Procedures NTTP 3-07.2.1 (Rev A), Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection http://www.msc.navy.mil, Military Sealift Command Fact Sheet NAVEDTRA 12968-A, Lookout Training Handbook

107.1

Discuss the following Military Sealift Command programs: [ref e] a. b. c. d. Naval Fleet Auxiliary Force Special Mission Sealift Prepositioning

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss relationship between a civilian Ships Master and the EST Mission Commander. [ref a, pg 5-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss Naval Vessel Protective Zones. [ref b, pg 4-13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of a lookout. [ref f, pg 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss visual search procedures. [ref f, pg 10 through 15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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EMBARKED SECURITY TEAMS (CONTD)


Discuss the following elements of a Contact Report: [ref f, pg 15 through 28] a. b. c. d. e. Bearing Position Angle Target Angle Range Estimation Speed Estimation

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss the following for detect to engagement for COI: [ref c] a. b. c. Assessment Procedures Warning Procedures Threat Procedures

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss watch organization for Embarked Security Teams. [ref c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss considerations when establishing a crew served weapons position. [ref d, pg 7-28] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss USN policy for the employment of warning shots. [ref d, app A] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108 108 CONVOY OPERATIONS


References: [a] NTTP 4-01.3, Tactical Convoy Operations

108.1

Discuss the following convoy planning elements: a. b. c. Route Reconnaissance and Selection [ref. a, pg 1-8 through 1-9] Convoy Troop Leading Procedures [ref. a, pg 1-2 through 1-5] General Planning Considerations [ref a, pg 1-6 through 1-8]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the duties and responsibilities of the following personnel: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Convoy Commander/A-Convoy Commander [ref. a, pg 1-10] Lead Vehicle Commander [ref. a, pg 1-10] Vehicle Commander [ref a, pg 1-10 through 1-11] Driver/A-Driver [ref a, pg 1-11] Crew Served Weapons Operator [ref a, pg 1-11] Designated Marksman [ref a, pg 1-11] Combat Life Savers/Medics [ref a, pg 1-12] Litter Team [ref a, pg 1-12] Landing Zone Team [ref a, pg 1-12] Assault Team [ref a, pg 1-12] Recovery Team [ref a, pg 1-12] Security Personnel [ref a, pg 1-13]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss configuration, advantages, and disadvantages of the following formations: a. b. c. d. e. File [ref a, pg 3-3] Staggered [ref a, pg 3-4] Offset [ref a, pg 3-5] Inverted T [ref a, pg 3-5] Diamond [ref a, pg 3-6]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108
.4

CONVOY OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss procedures for hardening vehicles. [ref a, pg 1-15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Explain the following elements of a strip map: [ref a, pg A14 through A15] a. Starting Point b. Checkpoints c. Critical Points ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss convoy communications. [ref a, pg 1-15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss security actions at short halts. [ref a, pg III-19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss blocking and bumping techniques. [ref a, pg 3-7 through 3-13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss clearing techniques. [ref a, pg 3-13 through 3-15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108
.10

CONVOY OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss actions for the following battle drills: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Downed Driver [ref a, pg 3-16] Bailout [ref a, pg 3-16] Hasty Vehicle Recovery [ref a, pg 3-17] In-Stride Hasty Vehicle Recovery [ref a, pg 3-17] Dismount/Re-mount procedures [ref a, pg 3-18 through 3-19] React to Contact: Blow Through [ref a, pg 3-21] React to Contact: Recovery: No Obstacle [ref a, pg 3-22 through 3-23] React to Contact: Recovery: Obstacle [ref a, pg 3-24] Hasty Attack [ref a, pg 3-24 through 3-26]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss dismount/re-mount procedures. [ref a, pg 3-18 through 3-20] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss sectors of observation and fields of fire within a convoy. [ref a, pg 3-2 through 3-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Identify characteristics and considerations of a roadside IED or VBIED. [ref a, pg 4-1 through 4-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss procedures for reacting to an IED. [ref a, pg 4-6 through 4-8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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109 109 FIELD OPERATIONS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations Unit Standard Operating Procedures FM 42-424, Quartermaster Force Provider Company FM 21-10, Field Hygiene and Sanitation

109.1

Discuss procedures for conducting a site survey. [ref. a, app C] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the following campsite plans: [ref. a, app D, pg D-1 and ref b] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Berthing plan Physical security plan Heavy weather plan Medical/MEDEVAC procedures Fire bill Watch quarter and station bill Camp rules and regulations.

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the following camp services: [ref. a, app D, pg D-1 and ref b] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Berthing Messing Sanitary facilities Power production and lighting distribution Medical Transportation Trash disposal Fuel (storage and distribution) HAZMAT storage and hazardous waste disposal

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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109
.4

FIELD OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss the following campsite organization: [ref. a, app D, pg D-2 and ref b] a. b. c. d. e. Camp Commandant Maintenance Security Personnel Supply Motor Pool and Dispatcher Functions

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss casualty evacuation plan. [ref. a, app D, pg D-2 and ref b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss required personal protective equipment required for camps setup. [ref b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss campsite setup safety policies. [ref b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the recommended spacing for the following campsite functions: [ref c, pg 510] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Food Services v. Latrine Food Service v. Billeting Billeting v. Latrine Graywater v. Food Services Generator v. Billeting Latrine/Billeting/Food Services v. Road Latrine/Billeting/Food Services v. Fuel

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss individual preventive health measures in a field environment. [ref d, pg 3-15 through 3-16]

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109
.10

FIELD OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss the following in regards to operating in a field environment: a. b. Personal Hygiene. [ref d, pg 3-27] Sleep Discipline [ref d, pg 3-28]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110 110 COMBAT OPERATIONS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] MCWP 3-15.1, Machine Guns and Machine Gunnery MCRP 3-01A, Rifle Marksmanship MCWP 3-11.3, Scouting and Patrolling MCWP 3-35.3, Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) NTTP 3-07.11, Maritime Intercept Operations

110.1

Describe the flowing characteristics of machine gun fire: [ref a, ch 6, pg 6-9] a. b. c. d. e. f. Trajectory Burst of Fire Cone of Fire Beaten Zone Dead Space Danger Spaces

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe classes of fire in respect to the following: [ref a, ch 6, pg 6-12] a. b. c. Ground Target Gun

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss methods of determining range. [ref a, ch6, pg 6-16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 List and describe the elements of a fire control command. [ref a, pg 6-23] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110
.5

COMBAT OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss the methods of engaging the following types of targets: a. b. c. d. e. f. Point Targets [ref a, pg 6-26] Wide Targets [ref a, pg 6-26] Deep Targets [ref a, pg 6-30] Oblique Targets [ref a, pg 6-32] Area Targets [ref a, pg 6-34] Moving Targets [ref a, pg 6-35]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Describe procedures for preparing a range card. [ref a, pg 6-49] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss techniques for engaging multiple targets with a primary weapon. [ref b, pg 10-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss techniques for engaging moving targets with a primary weapon [ref b, pg 10-8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss passing of lines. [ref c, pg 11-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the organization of a patrol for movement. [ref c, pg 11-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110
.11

COMBAT OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss the following: [ref c, pg 11-4] a. b. c. d. e. Checkpoint Rally point Initial Rally Point En Route Rally Point Objective Rally Point

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss precautions at danger areas. [ref c, pg 11-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the immediate actions required for the following types of enemy contact: [ref c, pg 11-6] a. b. c. d. e. f. Immediate Halt Air Observation/Attack Hasty Ambush Assault Near Ambush Far Ambush

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 List the elements of an infantry unit in MOUT. [ref d, pg A-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110
.15

COMBAT OPERATIONS (CONTD)


List and describe proper weapons carries. [ref d, pg A-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.16

Describe the following type of firing techniques: [ref d, pg A-5] a. b. c. d. Pieing Aim Quick Fire Pointed Quick Fire Instinctive Shooting

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Describe the following types of movement: [ref d, pg A-7] a. Crossing a Wall b. Observing Around Corners c. Movement Past Windows d. Use of Doorways e. Movement Parallel to Buildings f. Crossing Open Areas g. Assault Element Employment h. Movement Inside Buildings ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Discuss the following types of clearing techniques: [ref d, pg A-16] a. b. c. d. e. f. Clearing a Room, Door Closed or Open, From Stacked Positions. Clearing a Room, Door Closed, Split Positions Covering Team Members Used To Support Clearing of a Room Clearing an L-Shaped Hallway. Clearing a T-Shaped Hallway. Clearing a Stairwell.

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Describe alternating and successive bounding. [ref d, pg A-59] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110
.20

COMBAT OPERATIONS (CONTD)


Discuss the use of tactical lighting. [ref e, pg D-13]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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111 111 MISSION PLANNING


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] MCWP 5-1, Marine Corp Planning Process FMFRP 0-6, Marine Troop Leader's Guide NTTP 3-07.2.1 (REV A), Antiterrorism/Force Protection NTTP 4-01.3, Tactical Convoy Operations NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations AMCI31-104, Phoenix Raven Program NWP 5-01, Naval Planning

101.1

Discuss the following elements of mission planning: [ref a, pg 1-3] a. Mission Analysis b. COA Development c. COA War Game d. COA Comparison and Development e. Order Development ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the following elements of a mission plan and information contained in each: [ref b, pg A-6 through A-9] a. b. c. d. e. Situation Mission Execution Administration and Logistics Command and Logistics

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the elements of the following types of mission plans. a. b. c. d. Inport Security Plan [ref c, app B] Convoy Plan [ref d, pg 1-2 though 1-5] Boat Patrol Order [ref e, app K] Raven Plan [ref f, app 4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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111
.4

MISSION PLANNING (CONTD)


Describe the following types of orders: a. b. c. d. e. f. Warning Order [ref g, pg 7-1] Operation Order [ref g, pg 7-2] Fragmentary Order [ref g, pg 7-2] Standard Operating Procedures [ref g, pg 7-3] Maritime Tactical Messages (OPGEN/OPTASK/OPSTAT). [ref g, pg 7-3] Operation Plan [ref g, pg 5-9]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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112 112 COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] NDP 6, Naval Command and Control A-062-0051, NCW Tactical Supervisor Course Student Trainee Guide NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook Vol. 2 NAVEDTRA 14226, Information Systems Technician Training Series Mod 5, Communications Center Operations NAVEDTRA 14222, Information Systems Technician Training Series Mod 1, Administration and Security NWP 1-03.1, Navy Operational Reports

112.1

Discuss the OODA loop in tactical decision making. [ref a, pg 17 through 20] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the TACSUP mindset. [ref b, pg 56 through 59] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss Tactical Leadership. [ref b, pg 59 through 60] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

List and describe watchstations within the TOC. [ref b, pg 61 through 62] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

List and describe TOC equipment and resources. [ref b, pg 62 through 63] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss the levels of threat. [ref b, pg 93 through 95] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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112
.7

COMMAND, CONTROL AND COMMUNICATIONS


Discuss contents of the CEOI. [ref c, pg 1-11 through 1-14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss the following requirements for handling CMS: [ref e, pg 3-2 through 3-10] a. b. c. d. e. f. Responsibilities Training Requirements Storage Requirements Receipt Inventory Destruction

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss circuit discipline and techniques. [ref d, pg 2-1 through 2-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the flowing types of circuits and nets: [ref d, pg 2-15] a. b. c. d. Tactical Administrative Directed Free

__________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the following types of execution methods: [ref d, pg 2-21 through 2-22] a. b. Delayed Immediate

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss gingerbread. [ref b, pg 69] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 52

113 113 READINESS AND TRAINING


References: [a] [b] [c] OPNAVINST 1500.75A, Safety Policy and Procedures for Conducting High Risk Training OPNAVINST 3120.32C, Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy COMNCWGRUONE/COMNCWGRUTWO INST 3502.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Training Manual

113.1

Define High Risk Training. [ref. a, pg 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss requirements for conducting high risk training: [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Identify three basic features of effective unit training. [ref b, pg 8-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Identify requirements for effective training. [ref b, pg 8-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the Planning Board for Training (PB4T). [ref b, pg 8-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Discuss elements of the following: a. b. c. d. Long Range Training Plan [ref b, pg 8-6] Quarterly Training Plan [ref b, pg 8-12] Monthly Training Plan [ref b, pg 8-12] Weekly Training Plan [ref b, pg 8-12]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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113
.7

READINESS AND TRAINING (CONTD)


Identify and discuss the flowing components of the Fleet Readiness Training Program (FRTP): [ref c, pg 14] a. b. c. d. Unit Level Training Phase (Basic Phase) Integrated/Intermediate Phase (Emergency Surge Phase) Advanced/Sustainment Training Phase (Surge Phase) Proficiency Training

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the scope of the following command assessments: a. b. c. d. e. Command Assessment of Readiness and Training Phase I (CART I) [ref c, pg 16] Initial Assessment (I/A) [ref c, pg 17] Command Assessment of Readiness and Training Phase II (CART II) [ref c, pg 18} Final Evaluation Problem (FEP) [ref c, pg 20] Naval Coastal Warfare Administrative and Training Evaluation (NATE) [ref c, pg 20]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the calculation of training levels. [ref c, pg 32] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss detachment certification criteria. [ref c, pg 37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss responsibilities of the flowing members of the Command Training Team (CTT) [ref c, pg 76]: a. b. c. d. e. Commanding Officer Executive Officer Training Team Leader Training Officer Trainers/Evaluators/Safety Observers

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113
.12

READINESS AND TRAINING (CONTD)


Discuss qualifications required for members of the CTT. [ref c, pg 78] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

Discuss the following elements of a training scenario package: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Master Scenario Event Listing (MSEL) [ref c, pg 80 and pg 86] Exercise Drill Guide (EDG) [ref c, pg 80 and pg 91] Scenario Package [ref c, pg 95] Pre-Brief Elements [ref c, pg 116] Standard Disclosure List [ref c, pg 118] Training Team Self Assessment [ref c, pg 120] Training Team Lessons Learned [ref c, pg 123] Measure of Performance [ref c, pg 94]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 List elements of an individual training record. [ref c, pg 127] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114 114 CIVIL ENGINEERING AND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE)


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment COMFIRSTNCDINST11200.2, Equipment Management (Red Book) NAVFAC P-307, Management of Weight Handling Equipment MSD Table of Allowance

114.1

State the various types of Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE) found in the Mobile Security Detachment Table of Allowance (TOA). [ref. d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Define the following terms: a. b. MHE [ref a, app a, pg a3] WHE [ref. b, ch 2, pg 2-50]

_________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Explain the procedures in filling out and submitting an operators inspection guide, trouble report (hard card), and vehicle trip ticket. [ref. b, ch 2, pg 2-10] __________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Explain the difference between organic and augment CESE and how they are Identified. [ref b, pg 3-15] _________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 State the purpose of a Standard Form 91 Mishap report. [ref. b, ch. 2, pg 2-50] ________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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114
.6

CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) (CONTD)


Explain the duties and responsibilities of the following: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. Equipment Officer [ch 2, pg 2-61] Operation Supervisor [ch 2, pg 2-61] Dispatcher [ref b, ch 2, pg 2-1] Equipment Yard Supervisor [ref b, ch 2, pg 2-3] License Examiner [ref b, ch 2, pg 2-3] Operator [ref b, ch 2, pg 2-10]

__________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 State the purpose of the Battalion Equipment Evaluation Program (BEEP). [ref. b, pg 4-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the purpose of the following publications and instructions: a. b. c. P-300 [ref. a] COMFIRSTNCDINST11200.2 [ref. b] P-307 [ref. c]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 State the purposes and uses of the following licenses: [ref. b] a. b. OF/346 [p. 2-36] 11260/2 [p. 2-36]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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200 200.1

INTRODUCTION TO SYSTEMS AND/OR MISSION AREAS BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS


In this section, the system and/or mission area is broken down into smaller, more comprehensible, functional systems as basic building blocks in the learning process. Each system/mission area is written to reflect specific warfare specialist requirements by identifying the equipment most relevant.

200.2

SYSTEMS AND SYSTEM PARTS


For learning purposes each system/mission area is disassembled into two levels. Mission areas have systems and systems have parts. Do not expect to see every item which appears on a parts list to be in the PQS. Only those items which must be understood for operation are listed. Normally a number of very broad (overview) mission areas are disassembled into their systems or system parts with the big picture as the learning goal.

200.3

FORMAT
Each system/mission area is organized within the following format: It lists the references to be used for study and asks you to explain the function of each system/mission area. It asks for the static facts of what or where the system and system parts are in relation to the system/mission area. It directs attention to the dynamics of how the system and system parts operate to make the system/mission area function. It specifies the parameters that must be immediately recalled. It requires study of the relationship between the system/mission area being studied and other systems/mission areas.

200.4

HOW TO COMPLETE
The systems/mission areas you must complete are listed in the Prerequisites section of each watchstation. When you have mastered one or more systems/mission areas, contact your Qualifier. The Qualifier will give you an oral examination on each system/mission area and, if satisfied you have sufficient knowledge of the system/mission area, will sign the appropriate system/mission area line items. You will be expected to demonstrate through oral or written examinations a thorough understanding of each system/mission area required for your watchstation.

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201 201 SIGNALING DEVICES


References: [a] [b] [c] FM 3-23-30, Grenades and Pyrotechnic Signals TM 43-0001-28, Army Ammunition Data Sheets For Artillery Ammunition: Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Grenade Launchers And Artillery Fuzes SW370-AE-OPI-010, Operator Manual, M203 Grenade Launcher

201.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. What is its function? Where is it located? How does it operate? Questions

.1

Smoke Hand Grenade. [ref a, pg 1-7] a. b. c. Body Filler Fuze ABC ABC ABC

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Illumination Ground Signal Kit (Pencil Flares) [ref a, pg 5-7] a. b. c. d. e. Projector Bandoleer Trigger Lanyard Signal ABC AB ABC AB ABC

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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201
.3

SIGNALING DEVICES
40mm Star Parachute. [ref b, 6-35] a. b. c. d. e. Projectile Assembly Cartridge Case Assembly Flare Candle Parachute Propellant Cup ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

201.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

.1

Discuss procedures for deploying the Smoke Hand Grenade. [ref a, pg 3-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss procedures for deploying the Illumination Ground Signal Kit. [ref a pg 5-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss procedures for deploying the 40 MM Star Parachute. [ref b pg 6-35 and ref c, ch 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

201.3 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. Discuss the following operational characteristics of the Smoke Hand Grenade: [ref a, pg 1-7] a. b. c. Weight Color and Marking Capabilities

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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201
.2

SIGNALING DEVICES
Discuss the following operational characteristics of Illumination Ground Signal Kit: [ref a, pg 5-7] a. b. Contents Burn Duration

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the following operational characteristics of the 40mm Star Parachute: [ref b, pg 6-35 through 6-36] a. b. c. Delay Time Burn Duration Altitude

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

201.4 201.5 .1

SYSTEM INTERFACE. NOTHING TO DISCUSS. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss general safety precautions that must be observed when operating this system. [ref a, app b and ref c, pg a-d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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202 202 HAND HELD GPS


References: [a] TOA Hand Held GPS Factory Owners Manual

202.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? B. Where is it located? C. What are the sources of power? D. What are the modes of operation or control? E. What are the probable indications if this component fails? F. What is the function of each position? Questions

.1

GPS Components [ref a]: a. a. a. a. GPS Antenna Batteries LCD Display Menu Button ABDE ABCE ABF ABF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

202.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss procedures for navigating GPS menus. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss procedures for setting up measuring units. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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202
.3

HAND HELD GPS


Discuss the following operations: [ref a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Marking a waypoint Entering a waypoint Entering a route Navigation to waypoint Navigating a route Latitude and Longitude modes Universal Transfer Mercator (UTM) Mode

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 202.3 202.4 202.5 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED. SYSTEM INTERFACE. NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. - NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED.

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203 203 AN/PVS 18 NIGHT VISION DEVICE


References: [a] SW215-BD-MMO-010, Operators and Maintenance Manual for Night Vision System, Monocular AN/PVS-18

203.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? B. Where is it located? C. What are the sources of power? D. What are the modes of operation or control? E. What are the probable indications if this component fails? F. What is the function of each position? Questions

.1

AN/PVS-18 Components: [ref a]: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. Monocular [pg 1-7] Facemask Mount [pg 1-9] 3X Afocal Lens [pg 1-10] Power Source [pg 1-18] 5 Position Function Switch [pg 2-3] Objective Focus Ring [pg 2-3] Eyepiece Focus Ring [pg 2-3] Viewing Angle Adjuster [pg 2-3] Low Battery Indicator [pg 2-3] Fore-Aft Adjustment Button [pg 2-3] Vertical Adjustment Strap [pg 2-3] Lock Release Button [pg 2-3] IR Illuminator [pg 2-3] ABCF AB AB ABC ABCDEF ABDF ABDF ABDF ABE AB AB AB ABCE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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203
203.2 .1

AN/PVS 18 NIGHT VISION DEVICE


PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss operation in the following function switch positions:.[ref a, pg 2-5] a. b. c. d. e. IR ON OFF ON IR

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss procedures for conducting performance verification test. [ref a, pg 2-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discus facemask adjustment and operation. [ref a, pg 2-18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss operation of NVD in the following configurations: a. Mounted to Face Mask [ref a, pg 2-26] b. Hand-Held Viewer [ref a, pg 2-42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discus discuss the installation and use of the 3X Afocal Lens . [ref a, pg 2-43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

203.3 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. Discuss the following operating parameters: a. b. Battery Life [ref a, pg 1-13] Immersion [ref a, pg 1-14]

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203
203.4 203.5 .1

AN/PVS 18 NIGHT VISION DEVICE


SYSTEM INTERFACE NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Discuss general safety precautions that must be observed when operating this system. [ref a, pg ix through xvi] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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204 204 AN/PRC 148 MBITR RADIO


References: [a] Operation And Maintenance Instructions with Illustrated Parts Breakdown, Organizational Level , AN/PRC-148(V)(C) Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio

204.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the probable indications if this component fails? What is the function of each position? Questions

.1

Radio Components [ref a, ch 1, pg 1-1 and ch 2, pg 2-1]: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. Receiver/Transmitter Unit Battery Antenna Control Pad Push-to-talk Switch ON/OFF/Volume Control/ Panic Zeroize 16-Position Channel Select Rotary Switch Squelch Disable Button Indicators LCD Display Side Connector Audio/Keyfill Connector RF Connector ABCDE ABCE ABCDE ABDEF ABE ABDEF ABDEF ABE ABE ABDEF ABE ABE ABE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss procedures for power up and self test. [ref a, pg 2-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 67

204
.2

AN/PRC 148 MBITR RADIO


Discuss procedures for loading electronic key fill data. [ref a, pg 2-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the following display menus: [ref a, pg 2-5] h. i. j. k. Default Display Menu Alternate Default Display Menu Operations Screen Function Screens

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss procedures to zeroize radio. [ref a, pg 2-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Discuss procedure to configure radio. [ref a, pg 2-16] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss procedures to program radio. [ref a, pg 2-17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss procedures to conduct built-in-test (BIT) [ref a, pg 2-20] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 204.3 .1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. List the following characteristics of the radio. [ref a, pg 1-1] a. b. Frequency Ranges Output Power

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 68

204
204.4 .1

AN/PRC 148 MBITR RADIO


SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss interface with the following components [ref a, pg 1-6]: a. b. KYK-13 CYZ-10

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

204.5 .1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss safety precautions that must be observed when operating this radio. [ref a, page vi] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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205 205 AN/PRC 117 RADIO


References: [a] 10515-0109-4100 AN/PRC 117F(v)(c) Manpack Radio Operations Manual

205.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? B. Where is it located? C. What are the sources of power? D. What are the modes of operation or control? E. What are the probable indications if this component fails? F. What is the function of each position? Questions

.1

Radio Components [ref a pg 2-2 and pg 3-2]: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. H-250/U Handset Battery Box Transceiver KDU Remote Control Cable VHF/UHF Flex Antenna VHF Blade Antenna Flexible Adapter Audio/Data/Fill Connector External GPS Connector Keypad Display Unit (KDU) Data/Retransmit Connector Function Switch VHF Low Antenna Connector VHF HI/UHF Antenna Connector Accessory (J6) ABDE ABCE ABCDE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABDEF ABE ABDEF ABE ABE ABE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

205.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss procedures for power up and self test. [ref a, pg 3-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 70

205
.2

AN/PRC 117 RADIO (CONT)


Discuss procedures for loading electronic key fill data. [ref a, pg 3-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss procedures for operating in the following modes: [ref a] a. b. c. Line of Site (LOS) [pg 3-16] UHF SATCOM [pg 3-20] UHF DAMA SATCOM [pg 3-50]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss procedures for programming the radio for the following modes: [ref a] a. b. c. Line of Site (LOS) [pg 4-3] UHF SATCOM [pg 4-9] UHF DAMA SATCOM [pg 4-23]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

205.3 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. List the following characteristics of the radio. [ref a, pg A-1] a. b. c. Frequency Ranges. Power Requirements. Output Power

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

205.4 .1

SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss interface with the following components: a. b. KYK-13 [ref a, pg 3-13] AN/CZY-10 [ref a, pg 3-14]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 71

205
205.5 .1

AN/PRC 117 RADIO (CONT)


SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss safety precautions that must be observed when operating this radio. [ref a, pg 1-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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206 206 AN/PRC 150 RADIO


References: [a] 10515-0103-4100, AN/PRC-150(C) (SOM) Systems Operators Manual

206.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? B. Where is it located? C. What are the sources of power? D. What are the modes of operation or control? E. What are the probable indications if this component fails? F. What is the function of each position? Questions

.1.1

Radio Components [ref a, pg 2-2 and pg 3-5]: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. H-250/U Handset Battery Box R/T Radio Assembly KDU Remote Control Cable Whip Antenna Global Positioning System Interface Connector Audio Connector LCD Fill Antenna Connector Function Switch KDU Data Connector Accessory Connector ABDE ABCE ABCDE ABE ABE

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

206.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss procedures for initial settings and turn on. [ref a, pg 3-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 73

206
.2

AN/PRC 150 RADIO (CONT)


Discuss procedures for loading electronic fill data. [ref a, pg 3-62] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss procedures for operating the radio in the following modes: a. b. c. d. FIX [ref a, pg 3-26] ALE [ref a, pg 3-30] 3G [ref a, pg 3-37] HOP [ref a, pg 3-60]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss procedures for programming the AN/PRC 150. [ref a, pg 4-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 206.3 .1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. List the following characteristics of the radio. a. b. c. Frequency Ranges. [ref a, pg 1-2] Power Requirements [ref a, pg 1-3] Output Power [ref a, pg 1-3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

206.4 .1

SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss interface will the follow components: [ref a, pg 3-62] a. b. KYK-13 AN/CZY-10

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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206
206.5 .1

AN/PRC 150 RADIO (CONT)


SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss safety precautions that must be observed when operating this radio. [ref a, pg xv] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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207 207 XTS-5000 RADIO


References: [a] [b] ASTRO XTS 5000 Digital Portable Radio, Model 1, User Guide ASTRO XTS 5000 Type 1 Encryption, User Guide

207.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. What is its function? B. Where is it located? C. What are the sources of power? D. What are the modes of operation or control? E. What are the probable indications if this component fails? F. What is the function of each position? Questions

.1.1

Radio Components [ref a, page 3 and 4]: a. Antenna b. On/Off/Volume Control Knob c. LED d. Microphone e. Push-to-talk Button f. Battery g. Speaker h. Universal Connector i. Side Button 1 j. Side Button 2 k. Top Side (Select) Button l. 3-position A/B/C Switch m. Top Button n. 2-position Concentric Switch o. 16-position Select Knob ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABDE ABDEF ABE ABE ABE ABCE ABE ABE ABE ABE ABDEF ABDEF ABE ABDEF ABDEF

207.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss procedures for power up and self test. [ref a, page 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 76

207
.2

XTS-5000 RADIO
Discuss procedures for loading electronic key fill data. [ref b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the following operations: [ref a, page 14-17] a. b. Setting Zones and Channels Receiving and transmitting

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss procedures to zeroize radio. [ref b, page 7-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 207.3 207.4 .1 PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED. SYSTEM INTERFACE Discuss interface will the follow components [ref b]: a. b. KYK-13 CYZ-10

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

207.5

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. - NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED

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208 208 MSD OSWALD CLASS PATROL BOAT


References: [a] [b] S9008-ES-BIB-010, 25-Foot Patrol Boat, (PB) Hulls 25PB0301 - 25PB0332 COMNCWGRUONEINST 3340.1C/COMNCWGRUTWOINST 3340.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Small Boat Instruction

208.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions

.1

25 Foot Patrol Boat Systems a. Propulsion System [Ref a, pg 3-2] b. Fuel System [ref a, pg 3-4] c. Steering System [ref a, pg 3-7] d. DC Power Generation [ref a, pg 3-8] e. AC Power Distribution [ref a, pg 3-12] f. VHF Radio [ref a, pg 3-13] g. Tactical Radio System [ref a, pg 3-13 h. Radar/GPS/Depth Sounder [ref a, pg 3-13] i. Internal Communication System [ref a, pg 3-13] j. Security Package [ref a, pg 3-14] k. Internal Heater [ref a, pg 3-15] l. Foam Collar [ref a, pg 3-16] m. Trailer [ref a, pg 3-17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABCDEF ABCDEF ABF ABCDEF ABCEF ABCDF ABCDF ABCDF ABCDF ABCDF ABCF ABCF ABCD

208.2 .1

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Describe procedures for conducting a pre-underway and post underway check. [ref b, encl 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 78

208
.2

MSD OSWALD CLASS PATROL BOAT (CONT)


Discuss procedures for refueling patrol boat. [ref b, encl 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss procedures for propulsion start up. [ref a, pg 4-8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss procedures for launch and recovery. [ref a, pg 8-3 and 8-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

208.3 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS None to be discussed. List the following characteristics of the patrol boat. [ref a, pg 1-2] a. b. c. e. f. g. h. Length Beam Draft Displacement Cruising Speed Fuel Capacity Oil Capacity.

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

208.4 SYSTEM INTERFACE .1 Describe how heavy and light crew-served weapons interface with the patrol boat [ref a, para 1-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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208
208.5 .1

MSD OSWALD CLASS PATROL BOAT (CONT)


SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss safety precautions that must be observed when operating this patrol boat. [ref a, page xi] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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209 209 BASE-X TENT SYSTEM


References: [a] BASE-X Expedition Shelter, Users Instruction Manual, (100, 200, 300 Series)

209.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. What is its function? Where is it located? How does it operate? Questions

.1

BASE-X 300 Series Components [ref. a, page 1-4 through 1-7]. a. Leg Assembly b. Diagonal Cables c. Sissor Cables d. Struts e. Outer Cover f. End Panel g. End Panel Vent Cover h. Air Supply/Return Duct i. Electrical Sleeve j. Doors and Windows k. Liner l. Wiring Harness Plug m. Outlet Plugs n. Air Distribution Plenum ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC ABC

209.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

.1

Discuss procedures for setting up tent. [ref a, section 2, pg 2-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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209
.2

BASE-X TENT SYSTEM (CONT)


Discuss procedures for installing load cables. [ref a, section 3, pg 3-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss procedures for taking down and storing tent. [ref a, section 4, pg 4-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss procedures for complexing tents. [ref a, section 5, pg 5-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss procedures for maintenance and repair procedures. [ref a, section 6, pg 61] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

209.3 201.5 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. None to be discussed. SYSTEM INTERFACE . Discuss how this system interfaces with the following: [no ref MSS TOA Specific] a. b. c. d. Generator Environmental Control Unit (ECU) Heaters Air Conditioning Units (ACU)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 209.5 .1 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss general safety precautions that must be observed when operating this system. [Unit SOP] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss prohibitive weather conditions that must be observed when setting up this system. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 82

210 210 GENERATOR, 6KW WITH FLOODLIGHTS


References: [a] MSS TOA Specific Generator Factory Manual

210.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. F. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions

210.1.1

Generator, 6kw w/Flood Light. [ref a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. Main Circuit Breaker Individual Circuit Breakers Ballast Indicator Lights Outlet Circuit Breaker Auxiliary Outlets Engine Start Switch Engine Glow Plug Indicators Engine Hour Meter Electric Winch Switch Light Tower Engine ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF ABD ABCDEF ABCDEF ABCDEF

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 210.2 .1 PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION Discuss startup and shutdown procedures. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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210
.2

GENERATOR, 6KW WITH FLOODLIGHTS (CONT)


Discuss light tower raising and lowering procedures. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss proper configuration for towing. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.3 .1

PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS. List the following operational specifications. [ref a] a. b. c. e. f. Fuel Capacity. Output Voltage Output Power Output Current Fuel Consumption

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.4 .1

SYSTEM INTERFACE How does this system interface with the following: a. b. Tent, Base X model 305 Campsite Lighting Plan

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

210.5 .1

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss general safety precautions must be observed when operating this system. [ref a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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211 211 PUMP, PE-100 SERIES

References: [a] NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R9, VOL 1, Surface Ship Firefighting

211.1

SYSTEM COMPONENTS AND COMPONENT PARTS Referring to a standard print of this system or the actual equipment, identify the following system components and component parts and discuss the designated items for each: A. B. C. D. E. G. What is its function? Where is it located? What are the sources of power? What are the modes of operation or control? What are the safety/protective devices for this component/component part? What are the probable indications if this component fails? Questions ABCDEF ABG ABG ABG ABG ABG

.1

PUMP PE-100 [ref. a, pg 1-143]. a. Exhaust primer valve b. Primer shutoff valve c. Suction Connection d. Fuel tank e. Throttle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

211.2

PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION

.1

Discuss pre-start up procedures for the pump. [ref a, pg 1-145] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss operating procedures for the pump. [ref a, pg 1-145] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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211
211.3 .1

PUMP, PE-100 SERIES


PARAMETERS/OPERATING LIMITS State the maximum suction lift distance for the pump. [ref a, pg 1-148] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

211.4 211.5 .1

SYSTEM INTERFACE None to be discussed. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Discuss general safety precautions that must be observed when operating this system. [ref a, pg 1-145] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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300 300.1

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS INTRODUCTION


The Watchstation section of your PQS is where you get a chance to demonstrate to your Qualifier that you can put the knowledge you have gained in the previous sections to use. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. Before starting your assigned tasks, you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification.

300.2

FORMAT
Each watchstation in this section contains: A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE, which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification. PREREQUISITES, which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation. Prerequisites may include schools, watchstation qualifications from other PQS books, and fundamentals, systems/mission areas, or watchstation qualifications from this book. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item, the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. Record the date of actual completion, not the sign-off date. WATCHSTATION Performance, which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. The performance is broken down as follows: Tasks (routine operating tasks that are performed frequently) Infrequent Tasks Abnormal Conditions Emergencies Watches Examinations

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300 300.3

INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONTD) OPERATING PROCEDURES


The PQS deliberately makes no attempt to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or control or correct a casualty. The only proper sources of this information are the technical manuals, Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS), Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) or other policy-making documents prepared for a specific installation or a piece of equipment. Additionally, the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school, ship to ship, and squadron to squadron based upon such factors as mission requirements. Thus, proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer.

300.4

DISCUSSION ITEMS
Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion, some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate. Therefore, you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier.

300.5

NUMBERING
Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records.

300.6

HOW TO COMPLETE
After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task, you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step, your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. You may then be required to stand a watch or a number of watches to earn qualification. There are two levels of supervision for this: Under Instruction: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation under the direct supervision of a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to be a one-on-one training situation. Under qualified supervision: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation with minor guidance from a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to allow you to develop proficiency in and operational environment with minimal oversight or have a supervisor close at hand if needed. After all line items have been completed, your Qualifier will verify Final Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification pages. 88

FINAL QUALIFICATION 301

NAVEDTRA 43296-1 MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC

NAME_______________________________________ RATE/RANK_____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinees knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. This qualification section is to be kept in the individuals training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified NAVY EXPEDITIONARY WARFARE SPECIALIST (EXW) (NAVEDTRA 43296-1).

RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Department Head QUALIFIED______________________________________________ DATE_______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY_________________________________ DATE_______________

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WATCHSTATION 301 301 MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC


Estimated completion time: 12 Months. NOTE: THIS PQS WATCHSTATION IS THE COMMON CORE FOR THE EXW AND MUST BE
SUPPLEMENTED BY PERSONNEL QUALIFYING AT THEIR PAYGRADE FOR UNIT

OPERATIONAL PQS. 301.1 PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE
COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

301.1.1

COURSES: Armed Sentry Basic Course (A-830-0018) (Recommended) Completed___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Level I RHIB Coxswain School (K-062-0625) (Recommended) Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

301.1.2

PQS Qualifications: NAVEDTRA 43296 Navy Enlisted Expedition Warfare (EXW), Common Core 301 Final Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 43387-2D FP AFLOAT 302, Sentry(Fixed/Roving) Completed_____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 43387-2D FP AFLOAT 303, Reaction Force Member Completed_____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 43387-2D FP AFLOAT 304, React Force Leader Completed_____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 90

301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


NAVEDTRA 43387-2D FP AFLOAT 309, COG (E5 and Above) Completed_____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 43387-2D FP AFLOAT 310, FPTT Member(E6 and Above) Completed_____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date Small Arms (NAVEDTRA 43466-B) 301, 9MM Pistol Operator Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Small Arms (NAVEDTRA 43466-B) 304, M60 Machine Gun Operator Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Small Arms (NAVEDTRA 43466-B) 312,, M500 12-Gauge Shotgun Operator Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) Small Arms (NAVEDTRA 43466-B) 314, M16 Rifle Operator Completed ____________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

301.1.3

FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101 Safety

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102 Field First Aid

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103 Deadly Force, Use of Force, ROE and LOAC

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 91

301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


104 Antiterrorism/Force Protection

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 105 Military Security Fundamentals

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 106 Patrol Boat Fundamentals

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 107 Embarked Security Teams

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 108 Convoy Operations

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 109 Field Operations

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110 Combat Operations

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 111 Mission Planning

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 112 Command, Control and Communications

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

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301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


113 Readiness and Training

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 114 Civil Engineering and Support Equipment (CESE)

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 301.1.4 SYSTEMS/MISSION AREAS FROM THIS PQS: 201 Signaling Devices

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 202 Hand Help GPS

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 203 AN/PVS 18 Night Vision Device

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 204 AN/PRC 148 MBITR Radio

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 205 AN/PRC 117 Radio

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 206 AN/PRC 150 Radio

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 207 XTS-5000 Radio

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 93

301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


208 MSD Oswald Class Patrol Boat

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 209 BASE-X Tent

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 210 Generator, 6kw with Floodlights

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 211 Pump PE-100

Completed ___________________________________ 1.8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) Completed .1 area comprises 45% of watchstation.

301.2

TASKS For the tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What safety precautions must be observed? What parameters/operating limits must be monitored? Satisfactorily perform this task. Questions ABEFG

301.2.1

Perform pre-underway inspection of a MSS Boat IAW NCW checklist. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Perform post-underway inspection of a MSS Boat IAW NCW checklist. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABEFG

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301
.3

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


Attend Boat Patrol Brief ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Observe Launch and Recovery of MSD Patrol Boat. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Serve as Crewman during underway operations. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Assist in the preparation of a mission plan. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCG ABCDEFG ABCDEFG ABCEG

.7

Conduct Guardmount. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABCG

.8

Don and Doff 782 gear. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABFG

.9

Demonstrate the proper inspection technique of a motor vehicle. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABEFG

.10 Assist in the development of a weekly training plan. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Assist in the development of a drill plan. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 95

ABCEG

ABCEG

301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


.12 Demonstrate the proper inspection technique of personnel. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Demonstrate the proper turnover of a weapon using a Clearing Barrel. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCDEG ABCDEG

.14 Demonstrate the proper operation of the AN/PVS-18 Night Vision Device. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Demonstrate proper procedures for programming and navigating with a Hand Held GPS. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Demonstrate proper procedures for programming and operating the AN/PRC 148 MBITR. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Demonstrate proper procedures for programming and operating the AN/PRC 117. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Demonstrate proper procedures for programming and operating the AN/PRC 150. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABEFG

ABEFG

ABCDEFG

ABCDEFG

ABCDEFG

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301

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


.20 Demonstrate proper procedures for programming and operating the XTS-5000. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Completed .2 area comprises 36% of watchstation. ABCDEFG

301.3

INFREQUENT TASKS For the infrequent tasks listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. What are the steps of this procedure? What are the reasons for each step? What control/coordination is required? What means of communications are used? What is the alarm set point? What parameters must be monitored? How are the monitored parameters changed by this infrequent task? What conditions require this infrequent task? Satisfactorily perform or simulate this infrequent task. Questions ABCDHI

301.3.1

Demonstrate hand and arm signals. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Demonstrate proper basic combat tactics in a fire team environment. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABCDHI

.3

Assist in the establishment of an ECP. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABCDHI

.4

Assist in the setup of the BASE-X Tent. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

ABCDI

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301
.5

MOBILE SECURITY SQUADRON UNIT SPECIFIC (CONTD)


Demonstrate proper startup of the Generator, 6kw with floodlights. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Demonstrate proper startup of the Pump PE-100. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Participate in convoy as part of the Mounted Security Force. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Assist in the generation of a campsite plan. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) COMPLETED .3 AREA COMPRISES 14% OF WATCHSTATION. ABCDHI ABCDHI ABCFHI ABCFHI

301.4 301.5

ABNORMAL CONDITIONS. NOTHING TO BE DISCUSSED EMERGENCIES For the emergencies listed below: A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. What indications and alarms are received? What immediate action is required? What are the probable causes? What operating limitations are imposed? What other emergencies or malfunctions may occur if immediate action is not taken? How does this emergency affect other operations/equipment/watchstations? What follow-up action is required? Satisfactorily perform or simulate the immediate action for this emergency. Questions ABCDEGH

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Demonstrate immediate actions during a hang fire/miss fire. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Demonstrate firefighting procedures for all classes of fire. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Demonstrate procedures for reacting to enemy contact in a combat operation. ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) ABCEFGH ABCEFGH

COMPLETED .5 AREA COMPRISES 5% OF WATCHSTATION. 301.6 WATCHES None. COMPLETED .6 AREA COMPRISES 0% OF WATCHSTATION. 301.7 301.7.1 EXAMINATIONS EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS

OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Safety and Occupational Health (SOH) Program Manual OPNAVINST 5100.19D CH-1, Navy Occupational Safety And Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual For Forces Afloat, Volume I NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman NAVEDTRA 13119, Standard First Aid Course SECNAVINST 5500.29C, Use of Deadly Force and the Carrying of Firearms by Personnel of the Department of the Navy in Conjunction with Law Enforcement, Security Duties and Personal Protection CJCSI 3121.01A, Standing Rules of Engagement for US Forces NWP 1-14M, The Commanders Handbook on the Law of Naval Operations SECNAVINST 3100.1A, Laws of Armed Conflict NWP 3-07.2, Navy Doctrine For Antiterrorism/Force Protection NTTP 3-07.2.1 (REV A), Navy Doctrine for Antiterrorism/Force Protection DoD O-2000.12-H, DoD Antiterrorisn Handbook The Bluejackets Manual, 21st Edition A-830-2216, Naval Security Force Sentry Trainee Guide Technical Support Working Group, Vehicle Inspection Checklist Technical Support Working Group, Small Watercraft Inspection Guide NTTP 3-10.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Operations MCWP 3-33.2,Civil Disturbances COMDTINST M16672.2D, Navigation Rules COMDTINST M16114.5B, Boat Crew Seamanship Manual NAVEDTRA 14338, Quartermaster NAVEDTRA 14343, Boatswains Mate COMNCWGRUONEINST 3340.1C/COMNCWGRUTWOINST 3340.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Small Boat Instruction Chart 1 Unit Standard Operating Procedures http://www.msc.navy.mil, Military Sealift Command Fact Sheet NAVEDTRA 12968-A, Lookout Training Handbook NTTP 4-01.3, Tactical Convoy Operations FM 42-424, Quartermaster Force Provider Company NAVEDTRA 14057, Damage Controlman FM 21-10, Field Hygiene and Sanitation MCWP 3-15.1, Machine Guns and Machine Gunnery MCRP 3-01A, Rifle Marksmanship MCWP 3-11.3, Scouting and Patrolling MCWP 3-35.3, Military Operations on Urbanized Terrain (MOUT) NTTP 3-07.11, Maritime Intercept Operations MCWP 5-1, Marine Corp Planning Process FMFRP 0-6, Marine Troop Leader's Guide

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONTD)


AMCI31-104, Phoenix Raven Program NWP 5-01, Naval Planning NDP 6, Naval Command and Control A-062-0051, NCW Tactical Supervisor Course Student Trainee Guide NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook Vol. 2 NAVEDTRA 14226, Information Systems Technician Training Series Mod 5, Communications Center Operations NAVEDTRA 14222, Information Systems Technician Training Series Mod 1, Administration and Security NWP 1-03.1, Navy Operational Reports OPNAVINST 1500.75A, Safety Policy and Procedures for Conducting High Risk Training OPNAVINST 3120.32C, Standard Organization and Regulations of the U.S. Navy COMNCWGRUONE/COMNCWGRUTWO INST 3502.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Training Manual NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment COMFIRSTNCDINST11200.2, Equipment Management (Red Book) NAVFAC P-307, Management of Weight Handling Equipment MSD Table of Allowance FM 3-23-30, Grenades and Pyrotechnic Signals TM 43-0001-28, Army Ammunition Data Sheets For Artillery Ammunition: Guns, Howitzers, Mortars, Recoilless Rifles, Grenade Launchers And Artillery Fuzes SW370-AE-OPI-010, Operator Manual, M203 Grenade Launcher TOA Hand Held GPS Factory Owners Manual SW215-BD-MMO-010, Operators and Maintenance Manual for Night Vision System, Monocular AN/PVS-18 Operation And Maintenance Instructions with Illustrated Parts Breakdown, Organizational Level, AN/PRC-148(V)(C) Multiband Inter/Intra Team Radio 10515-0109-4100 AN/PRC 177F(v)(c) Manpack Radio Operations Manual 10515-0103-4100, AN/PRC-150(C) (SOM) Systems Operators Manual ASTRO XTS 5000 Digital Portable Radio, Model 1, User Guide ASTRO XTS 5000 Type 1 Encryption, User Guide S9008-ES-BIB-010, 25-Foot Patrol Boat, (PB) Hulls 25PB0301 - 25PB0332 COMNCWGRUONEINST 3340.1C/COMNCWGRUTWOINST 3340.1, Naval Coastal Warfare Small Boat Instruction BASE-X Expedition Shelter, Users Instruction Manual, (100, 200, 300 Series) MSS TOA Specific Generator Factory Manual NSTM S9086-S3-STM-010/CH-555V1R9, VOL 1, Surface Ship Firefighting

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