Deck & Air

  1. Bullnose
    forward most chock on the ship
  2. Pelican Hook
    secures the anchor chain
  3. Frogs
    padeyes near the anchor chain
  4. Sheepskin
    covering inside the hawsepipe
  5. Gatorback
    diamond back plating under the anchor chain
  6. Horse Collar
    sling used for raising & lowering SAR swimmer
  7. Gooseneck
    J-Bar davit used to raise and lower SAR swimmer
  8. Centerline anchor
    9000 lb. Navy standard stockless, 12 shots
  9. Port anchor
    4000 lb. MK II Lightweight, 8 shots
  10. Parts of Anchor
    • -Shank
    • -Fluke
    • -Crown Bending Shackle
    • -Stock
    • -Bill
  11. Anchor Chain thickness
    1 7/8 in.
  12. Chain length/Shots
    90 ft. / 15 fathoms (6 ft. per fathom)
  13. Chain shot colors
    • Shots are colored (1)Red (2) White (3) Blue (4) Red. Detachable Link has white links on each side & wire wraps on the last white link, the number of white links denote which shot is on deck.
    • *Next to last shot- Yellow (WARNING SHOT)
    • *Last shot- Red (DANGER SHOT)
  14. Hawsepipe
    pipe through the deck where the anchor chain is lead out
  15. Chain stopper
    used to secure the chain & anchor
  16. Turnbuckle
    used on the stopper assembly to secure the anchor
  17. Pelican Hook
    secures the anchor chain
  18. Wildcat
    used for hoisting & lowering the anchor
  19. Anchor brake
    keeps chain from paying out
  20. Anchor buoy
    identifies anchor location
  21. Detachable link
    connects links of chain together
  22. what are the Stoppers onboard that secure the anchor called
    the riding stopper and housing stopper.
  23. Anchoring team
    • -POIC
    • -Stroke Operator
    • -Safety
    • -Brake Operator
    • -Maul Man
    • -Phone Talker
    • -Pin Man
  24. Lowering the Anchor (2 Methods)
    Freefall and Power (Anchor windless)
  25. Towing Equipment
    • Towing Padeye- 277000 lb. break weight
    • Towing Stopper- uses an H plate to prevent backing off
    • Towing Hawser- 600 ft. long
  26. Mooring line material
    Hoppers mooring lines are made of Aramid Kevlar
  27. Mooring Lines 1-6
    • Line 1 keeps the bow against the pier
    • Lines 2 and 4 keeps the ship from moving forward
    • Lines 3 and 5 keeps the ship from moving Aft
    • Line 6 keeps the stern against the pier
    • The 3 lines in the middle are called breast lines which keeps the ship against the pier. We usually use these in bad weather.
  28. The navy line measurement
    line by circumference and measures wire by diameter
  29. Man Overboard Gear
    • J-Bar Davit- used for lowering / raising SAR swimmer during MOB
    • Life ring / buoy- thrown near the man
    • Strobe light- attached to life ring, flashes when in water
    • Smoke float- activated and thrown near the man
  30. MOB Recovery (3 Methods)
    Shipboard, Small boat, Helo (only if its in the area)
  31. Life raft info
    Mark 7 Mod 2 Liferaft- 16 total (10 Port / 6 STBD) 25 max
  32. life raft Deployment Methods (3)
    • -Cut straps
    • -Pull hydrostatic release
    • -Auto deployment @ 10-40 ft. underwater
    • *Attached to sea painter (100 ft.) & CO2 actuator
  33. Replenishment methods at sea
    CONREP / UNREP / RAS (Connected replenishment / Underway replenishment, Refuel at Sea)
  34. P&D line
    (Phone & Distance) line- 350 ft. long w/Flags every 20 ft.
  35. Station 2A- FAS,
    • astern refueling
    • DFM (Diesel Fuel Marine) / F-76 only, only open chock onboard located at station 2A,
  36. Station 3 & 4
    • FAS, fwd Port / STBD refueling
    • DFM (Diesel Fuel Marine) / F-76 only
  37. Station 5 & 6
    RAS, midships Port / STBD kingpost
  38. Station 7 & 8
    • FAS, aft Port / STBD refueling
    • *DFM (Diesel Fuel Marine) / F-76, JP-5 / F-44
  39. UNREP Detail
    • White- Unrep Safety
    • Yellow- Rig Captain / Line POIC
    • White w/ Red cross- Corpsman
    • Blue- Riggers
    • Green- Signalman / Phone Talker
    • Red- Gunner’s Mate
  40. UNREP Inhaul / Outhaul line
    used to recover equipment
  41. UNREP Messenger
    used to send across spanwire
  42. UNREP Riding line
    used to hold probe in place
  43. UNREP Easing out line
    used to ease out the spanwire/highline until clear of the ship
  44. UNREP Spanwire / Highline
    tensioned wire used to send across fuel rig / cargo rig
  45. UNREP Probe / Robb coupling
    devices used to send fuel through
  46. Transfer at Sea Chair weight limit
    500 lb.
  47. UNREP Whistles for sending over the messenger
    • 1- Ready to fire
    • 2- Ready to receive
    • 3- Firing
    Standard Underway Replenishment Fitting
    SURF Traveling Actuated Remotely
    Standard Tension Replenishment Alongside Method
  51. The difference between an emergency and a standard breakaway
    an emergency breakaway is the same, just accelerated.
  52. what ship is in control during fueling
    Usually the Oiler is the control ship with the exception of CVN’s.
  53. Flags for Unrep
    • Oiler-Romeo at the dip is “I am making preparations to receive you along side”
    • Hopper-Romeo at th dip is “I am ready to come along side”
    • Oiler-Romeo hauled up is “I am ready to receive you alongside”
    • Hopper-Romeo hauled up is “I am commencing my approach”
    • Bravo is used whiling transferring fuel and ammo.
  54. Flightdeck Perimeter Line
    non-obstruction zone, solid white square around fwd VERTREP & flightdeck landing surface
  55. Flightdeck Landing Lineup Line
    solid white line running fwd port to stbd aft across the flight deck, used for approach
  56. Flightdeck Peripheral Hash Marks
    diagonal lines along the perimeter line that indicate to land aft of the hash marks
  57. Flightdeck Landing Circle
    indicates where the body of the helo should be positioned
  58. Flightdeck Touchdown Spot
    small white circle indicates where the rotor hub should be centered
  59. Flightdeck T Line
    • white “T”s indicate where loads should be dropped
    • *Fwd- dropped on lines / Aft- dropped behind lines
  60. HIFR marker
    (Helo in Flight Refueling) marker- indicates HIFR hover point inline with HIFR lights located on port 02 level
  61. HIFR lights
    located on the 02 level next to the emergency antenna. It shows where to line up the helo
  62. Flightdeck lights
    SGSI,Flightdeck Status Lights,Wave-off Lights,Extended Lineup Lights, Flightdeck Flood Lights
  63. SGSI
    (Stabilized Glide Slope Indicator) – gyro stabilized horizon reference, 3 lights display approach status (Red- too low, Yellow- too high, Green- on glide)
  64. Flightdeck Status Lights
    • located on 3 GEN stack,
    • Green- cleared for takeoff & landing
    • Amber- cleared to start or stop rotors
    • Red- no takeoffs or landings
  65. Wave-off Lights
    2 flashing red lights to advise helo not to attempt to land
  66. Extended Lineup Lights
    4 red lights rigged over the stbd aft corner
  67. Flightdeck Flood Lights
    green lights around the edge of the flightdeck
  68. Flightdeck Crew White
    Flightdeck Officer (FDO)
  69. Flightdeck Crew Yellow
    Landing Signalman Enlisted (LSE)
  70. Flightdeck Crew Blue
    Chock & Chain Team
  71. Flightdeck Crew Purple
    Refueling Team
  72. Flightdeck Crew Red
    Crash & Smash Team
  73. Flightdeck Landing, Refueling, Arming, Launching helicopter types
    H-2, SH-60 and CH-46's
  74. Helo Refueling Methods
    • Hot pump- engines running / rotors turning
    • Cold pump- engines shut down
    • HIFR (Helo In Flight Refueling) – helo hovers over the H 30 ft, helo moves 30 ft. off port quarter to refuel
  75. Hawk link
    can pass data between the ship and a HAWK equipped SH-60. Data includes voice, link data, sonobouy data, RADAR data, and Forward Looking Infra Red (FLIR) data.
  76. RHIB
    Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat
  77. SLAD
    (Slewing Arm Davit) – used for lowering & raising the RHIB
  78. what does the Sea Painter do?
    keeps RHIB alongside under the SLAD when lowering or raising
  79. RHIB Fwd Steady Line/Aft Steady Line
    keeps the RHIB steady as its being raised or lowered
  80. RHIB Crew
    • -Boat Officer
    • -Coxswain
    • -Bow Hook
    • -SAR Swimmer
    • -Engineer
    • 5 up / 5 down, 6 with CO permission. 18 personnel max in rhib once in water
  81. Boat Deck Crew
    • -Safety Observer
    • -Davit Captain
    • -Davit Operator
    • -Fwd Steady Line (2 personnel)
    • -Aft Steady Line (2 Personnel)
    • -Sea Painter (1 Personnel)
  82. Stations 1 & 2
    DFM (diesel feul maritime) retractable kingspost on the forecastle
  83. What can Hopper arm helos with
    MK-46 / MK-50 Torpedoes, Sonobuoys, CAD’s, 50cal
  84. UNREP crew UNREP White
    Unrep Safety
  85. UNREP crew Yellow
    Rig Captain / Line POIC
  86. UNREP crew White w/ Red cross
  87. UNREP crew Blue
  88. UNREP crew Green
    Signalman / Phone Talker
  89. UNREP crew Red
    Gunner’s Mate
  90. Night UNREP chem light system
    • red chemlights are places towards guide ship
    • blue chemlights are on both of the 60, 100 and140 flags
  91. What are the colors on the P&D line
    • 0 green, 20 red, 40 yellow, 60 blue, 80 white, 100 green, ect up to 300 ft.
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