1. ships helm
    used for maintaining and changing ships course
  2. lee helm
    used for increasing and de-creasing the speed of the ship in aft and forward direction
  3. unrep station 1
    • O1 level
    • double probe for DFM and JP-5
    • gypsy winch
    • retractable receiver assembly 
  4. uprep station 2
    • O1 level
    • single hose
    • single receiver for dfm
    • portable tripod assembly 
  5. unrep station 5
    • double probe for dfm and jp-5
    • gypsy winch 
  6. unrep station 6
    • main deck
    • single hose
    • 6 in /7 in for dfm
    • over 2 1/2 in for jp5 
    • portable tripod assembly 
  7. unrep station 3
    sliding pad eye
  8. unrep station 4
    retractable sliding pad eye
  9. ships fuel delivery capabilities
    767,000 gal of diesel fuel marine

    319,180 gal of jp-5 
  10. boat officer
    overall in charge of embarked crew/personnel and evolutions
  11. coxswain
    responsible for maintaining the order on board and all navigational equipment
  12. enginner
    responsible for the maintenance performed or required
  13. bow hook
    responsible for casting and connecting of all lines
  14. how many 7 meter rhibs on board and specs
    • 2
    • 18 personnel including crew
    • during adverse weather 9
    • cargo capacity 7,717 lbs 
  15. seps of 11 meter
    • 30 personnel including crew
    • dusing adverse weather 15
    • cargo capacity 18,322 
  16. operating procedures for the ships boat davit
    launch - when boat becomes waterborne remove the davit hook and off the aft steady line, forward steady line and sea painter

    recovery - when the boat comes along side connect the sea painter, forward steady line and aft steady line and davit hook
  17. ships support equipment, forklift
    diesel - two 10000lb rt, four 4000 lb rt 

    electric - three 4000lb, three 4500lb, two 6000lb pallet trucks

    these vehicles are use to carry stores and other heavy equipment, diesel forklift can only used outdoor 
  18. bridge crane
    • 5 ton, electric bridge crane
    • cover the length of well and the after section of main vehichle storage
    • used to handle cargo to and from the landing craft or for vehicle maintenance 
  19. boat and cargo crane
    • commercial off shore knuckle boom crane
    • mfg: allied systems company
    • 11 ton (100kg) capacity
    • located on the 01 level
    • 55ft reach beyond knuckle
    • used to launch and recover rhibs from boat valley also to move cargo from pier or barge shipboard movement of weapons or cargo and to place the portable side ramp. 
  20. hinged ramps
    bridge/ramp extends between the main vehicle stowage area and flight deck.

    forward hinged ramp - extends between main vehicle storage area and lower vehicle storage area. 
  21. purpse and location of accommodation ladders
    located on the port and starboard side, the accommodation ladders provide a convenient means of boarding or departing the ship when either anchored or moored.
  22. location, type and weight of ship's anchors
    • forecastle port/starboard side
    • two fluke balance fluke

    each anchor weights 27,550 lbs or 13 tons 
  23. discuss the length and prupose of the ship's anchor chains
    • ships anchor chain is 3 3/8 inches in diameter
    • port chain contains 11 shots of chain / 990 feet
    • starboard chain contains 13 shots / 1170 feet
    • secure the ship to the bottom of the ocean 
  24. well deck control officer
    responsible for well deck operations, ship ballasting and the safety of all personnel and craft inside the well deck
  25. petty officer in charge
    direct the safety of all line handling and sercuring of all craft
  26. ramp marshall
    control the movement of all vehicles using hand signals
  27. combat cargo officer / assistant
    plans and coordinates the movement and stowage of vehicles and marine forces onbaord
  28. well deck capacity landing craft air cushion
    capable of recovering two lcac on predeterminate landing spots
  29. well deck capacity landing craft utility
    capable of loading one lcu at a time do to the length of the craft
  30. well deck capacity amphibious assault vehicle
    capable of loading 14 avv's with a 20% brake and stow factor between each vehicle
  31. well deck lights and markings. start/stop lights
    use to indicate the status of the well deck in the event of vehicle launch and evolutions taking place inside the well deck
  32. well deck lights and markings, lcac line up marking
    these markings are size and measure to accommodate the craft with sufficient space
  33. well deck lights and markings red/green flags
    used during the day time to launch lcu/aav
  34. define red well
    a condition determined by the ood and debarkation control with the quthorization of the commanding officer, use to stop all evolutions in the well deck
  35. define green deck
    a condition determined by the ood and debarkation control with the authorization of the commanding officer, use to commence evolutions in the well deck.
  36. state the measuring standard for the following, line and wire rope
    • line - circumference
    • wire rope - diameter 
  37. discuss the difference between three strand and double braid synthetic mooring line, with respect to the following, strength, breaking characteristics, and durability
    strength - 3 strand has highest stretching ability, double braid has a medium stretching ability

    breaking characteristics - 3 strand has a snap back characteristic, doube braided has a lower snap back

    durability - 3 strand is more durable 
  38. line handling, hold
    stop all movement
  39. line handling, check
    let enough line to prevent the line from breaking
  40. line handling, ease
    pay out line and keep in tension
  41. line handling, slack
    take all tension off line
  42. line handling, take-in
    to bring the mooring line on deck
  43. line handling, cast-off
    to remove mooring from ballards or cleats
  44. line handling, avast
    to stop heaving
  45. line handling, heave around
    to bring in
  46. sea painter
    a line used to keep small boat along side and to mark its hook up position
  47. steady lines
    used to steady a boat while lowering or hosting
  48. manropes (mokey lines)
    used for safety. means for personnel to hold on to if boat should fall
  49. bit
    heavy vertical cylinder, usually arranged in pairs. used for making fast line that has been lead through a chock
  50. chock
    heavy fitting, with smooth edges, through mooring lines are led
  51. cleat
    double ended pair of projecting horns used for belaying a line of wire
  52. bullnose
    most forward chock on board the ship
  53. hawse pipe
    where the anchor chain fair leads up and down to the chain locker
  54. chain
    is used to assist in anchoring or mooring the ship to a buoy. 
  55. turnbuckle
    a tensioning device used to apply tension for standing rigging or as part of a chain stopper
  56. gypse head
    horizontal capstan used for pulling line or wire in
  57. capstan
    used for putting tension on mooring lines
  58. detachable link
    a link of chain that joins shots of anchor chain together
  59. chain marking
    15 fathoms is red, 30 fathoms is white, 45 fathoms is blue
  60. anchor
    device that holds a ship or boat to the bottom
  61. chain stopper
    device used to secure the anchor chain
  62. pelican hook
    a quick release hook used with chain stoppers
  63. wildcat
    part of an anchor windlass that engages the anchor chain
  64. anchor brake
    break that holds the wildcat while the capstan is disengaged
  65. anchor buoy
    small float secured to the anchor by a light line to mark the position of the anchor
  66. hawser
    heavy line over 5" circumference
  67. line
    a general term for rope, either fiber or synthetic
  68. wire
    a gerneral term for rope made of wires. used in standing rigging and running rigging
  69. spring lay
    a rope in which each strand consist pertly of wire and partly of fiber
  70. small stuff
    line 1 1/2" or less in circumference
  71. flemish
    to coil down a line tightly flat on deck
  72. coil
    to lay down a line in circular turn piled loosely on top of one another
  73. fake
    to lay down a line flat bights laid one alongside the other
  74. heaving line
    a weighted line thrown from the ship to assist in sending the mooring line to shore
  75. monkey fist
    weighted ball at the end of a heaving line
  76. marlin
    two strand left laid line used for serving and steering
  77. bight
    a loop of line
  78. ibtter end
    free end of a line wire or chain
  79. eye splice
    a permanent loop
  80. long splice
    doesn't change the circumference of the line when splicing it together
  81. short splice
    changes the circumference of the line
  82. marlinespike
    steel tool used to splice wire
  83. fid
    conical tool (wood) used to splice line
  84. mousing
    seizing applied for hooks or shackles
  85. mooring line
    a line used especially for securing a ship to a pier
  86. breast line
    ran at right angles to the keel and prevents the ship from moving away form the pier
  87. forward spring line
    a line leading forward away from the ship keeping the ship from falling forward
  88. bow head line
    line #1
  89. stern line
    line 9
  90. white helmet
    safety observer
  91. rig captain
    yellow helmet. in charge to rig
  92. blue helmets
  93. green helmet.
    signal man, sends all signals
  94. white helmet with a red cross
  95. red helmet
    gunners mate, shoots the shot line over
  96. brown helmet
    winch operator, controls the winch
  97. steel pot, green helmet
    phoe talker, keeps communication with other ship
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