1. What cutter was sunk by U-boats in 1918?
  2. When did we lend-lease 11 cutters to the English?
  3. When was the Mexican American war?
  4. Adults absorb __-__% of lead entering the body.
  5. Children absorb __-__% of lead entering the body.
  6. What dB for single?
  7. What dB for double?
  8. What cutter fired the first shot of the Civil War?
    Harriet Lane
  9. What cutter captured 10 prizes in the War of 1812?
  10. How many U-boats did the USCG sink in WWII?
  11. What are the must susceptible organs to radiation?
    Testes and Eyes
  12. What is a KVT?
    Keyboard Video Trackball for electronic charting
  13. How many characters are allowed for description of equipment in a CASREP?
  14. How many characters are in the DTG of CASREP?
  15. How many digits are in an NSN?
  16. Anything metal should be grounded if within _ ft of a lightning down conductor?
  17. What is the primary cause of casualties?
    Human failure
  18. What is CG-5236?
    Serviceable/unserviceable tag
  19. What device has a very fast response time, high sensitivity to detection of fault currents, and used for protection of personnel?
    Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter
  20. Define Simplex.
    SIMPLEX.—The simplex (splx) mode uses a single channel or frequency to exchange information between two or more terminals. Communications is in one direction only.
  21. Define Half-Duplex.
    HALF DUPLEX.—The half-duplex (hdx) mode has one-way flow of information between terminals. Technical arrangements often permit transmission in either direction, but not simultaneously.This term must be qualified to show s/o (send only), r/o (receive only), or s/r (send or receive).
  22. Define Semiduplex.
    SEMIDUPLEX.—The semiduplex (sdx) uses an arrangement of equipment where one terminal is simplex configured and the other uses two channels or frequencies in full duplex. A clarifying example is 1-16a ship in a simplex mode terminated full duplex with a shore station. The ship may send or receive but not do both at the same time.
  23. Define Full Duplex.
    FULL DUPLEX.—The full-duplex (fdx) mode is a method of operation in which telecommunications between stations takes place simultaneously in both directions using two separate frequencies. In other words, a ship may send and receive different messages at the same time. The term"full duplex" is synonymous with "duplex."
  24. Define Reception.
    Reception occurs when a transmitted electromagnetic wave passes through the receiver antenna and induces a voltage in the antenna.
  25. Define Selection.
    Selection is the ability of the receiver to select a particular frequency of a station from all other station frequencies appearing at the antenna of the receiver.
  26. Define Detection.
    Detection is the action of separating the low (audio) frequency intelligence from the high (radio)frequency carrier. A detector circuit is used to accomplish this action.
  27. Define Reproduction.
    Reproduction is the action of converting the electrical signals to sound waves, which can then be interpreted by your ear as speech, music, and the like. An example of this might be the stereo speakers in your car.
  28. Define Sensitivity.
    The ability of a receiver to reproduce weak signals is a function of the sensitivity of a receiver. Theweaker a signal that can be applied to a receiver and still produce a certain value of signal output, thebetter the sensitivity rating. Sensitivity of a receiver is measured under standardized conditions. It isexpressed in terms of the signal voltage, usually in the microvolts that must be applied to the antennainput terminals to give an established level of the output. The output may be an ac or dc voltage measuredat the detector output or a power measurement (measured in decibels or watts) at the loudspeaker orheadphone terminals.
  29. Define Noise.
    All receivers generate a certain amount of noise, which you must take into account when measuring sensitivity. Receiver noise may originate from the atmosphere (lightning) or from internal components(transistors, tubes). Noise is the limiting factor of sensitivity. You will find sensitivity is the value of input carrier voltage (in microvolts) that must be applied from the signal generator to the receiver input to develop a specified output power.
  30. Define Selectivity.
    Selectivity is the degree of distinction made by the receiver between the desired signal and unwanted signals. You will find the better the ability of the receiver to reject unwanted signals, the better itsselectivity. The degree of selection is determined by the sharpness of resonance to which the frequencydeterminingcircuits have been engineered and tuned. You usually measure selectivity by taking a seriesof sensitivity readings. As you take the readings, you step the input signal along a band of frequenciesabove and below the circuit resonance of the receiver; for example, 100 kilohertz below to 100 kilohertz2-11above the tuned frequency. As you approach the tuned frequency, the input level required to maintain agiven output level will fall. As you pass the tuned frequency, the required input level will rise. Inputvoltage levels are then compared with frequency. They can be plotted on paper or you might view themon an oscilloscope. They would appear in the form of a response curve. The steepness of the response curve at the tuned frequency indicates the selectivity of the receiver.
  31. Define Fidelity.
    The fidelity of a receiver is its ability to accurately reproduce, in its output, the signal that appears at its input. You will usually find the broader the band passed by frequency selection circuits, the greateryour fidelity. You may measure fidelity by modulating an input frequency with a series of audio frequencies; you then plot the output measurements at each step against the audio input frequencies. The resulting curve will show the limits of reproduction.
  32. What are AFC-30 funds?
    Operations and Maintenance
  33. What are AFC-45 funds?
    Naval Engineering
  34. What are AFC-56 funds?
    TAD Training
  35. What are AFC-20 funds?
  36. What does 14USC89a give the CG?
    • Authority for POs, WO, and Officers to SEASII:
    • Search
    • Examine
    • Arrest
    • Seize
    • Inspect
    • Inquire
  37. What are the 7 steps of ORM?
    Define mission, Identify hazards, Assess risk, Identify options, Evaluate risk vs. gain, Execute decisions, Monitor situation.
  38. Counselling must take place no later then __ days following the employee review.
    30 Days
  39. As a Supervisor, you CANNOT deprive a person of his or her ___ as a form of punishment
    Normal Liberty
  40. Atlantic Area has ___ district offices and Pac Area has ___ district offices.
    • 5
    • 4
  41. What is the angle of the racing stripe?
    64 degrees
  42. How long can EMI be limited for?
    2 hrs a day
  43. With a shave chit, members hair cannot exceed ___ inches in length.
    1/4 inch
  44. What are the ATFP conditions?
    • Normal
    • Alpha
    • Bravo
    • Charlie
    • Delta
  45. PPEP candidates must be between the ages of ___ and ___.
  46. A males hair can be no longer than ___ inches in length.
  47. If a unit has ___ members the CO is required to establish Human Relations Council.
  48. GAR stands for?
    Green, Amber, Red
  49. What does SAPP stand for?
    • Security
    • Accuracy
    • Policy
    • Propriety
  50. What does LEAPS stand for?
    • Listen
    • Empathize
    • Ask
    • Paraphrase
    • Summarize
  51. Finger nails for women are not to extend ___ beyond the fingertip.
  52. The terms vessel, ship or cutter in the CG refers to any self propelled vessel at least ____ feet in length.
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