DC 306

  1. 306
    ***set***
  2. How many repair lockers are onboard?
    10
  3. What deck/level are Repair Lockers 7A, 7B, and 7F located?
    On the 03 level
  4. What deck/level are Repair Lockers 1A, 1B, and 1F located?
    On the hangar bay deck
  5. What deck/level are Repair Lockers 3, 5, 4, 2 located?
    On the 2nd Deck
  6. How many firepumps are located onboard?
    23
  7. What are the 3 different ways you can engage a firepump?
    • Locally at the pump
    • DCC Control Panel
    • 2nd Deck Power panel
  8. What type of firemain system does the TR have?
    Composite System
  9. How is a composite firemain system installed?
    Two service mains installed on the damage control deck and separated athwartship with a bypass main normally installed on a lower level near the centerline
  10. What type of work constitutes hot work?
    • 300 degrees or hotter
    • produces sparks
    • *Watch has a CO2 bottle*
  11. What kind of chit takes priority? Hot or cold?
    Hot work
  12. What must be used for cold work?
    Proper ventillation
  13. Who is the ships Fire Mashal?
    ENS Stephen
  14. Who is the ships Damage Control Officer?
    CDR Harry
  15. What comprises the fire tetrahedron?
    • Oxygen
    • Heat
    • Fuel
    • Chemical Reaction
  16. What are the three different types of heat transfers?
    • Coduction
    • Convection
    • Radiation
  17. Describe Conduction Heat Transfer
    Transfer of heat through a body or from one body to another by direct physical contact
  18. Describe Covection Heat Transfer
    Transfer of heat through the motion of circulating gases and liquids
  19. Describe Radiation Heat Tranfer
    Transfer of heat from a source across an intervening space; no physical contact is involved
  20. What are the four types of fires?
    • Class A
    • Class B
    • Class C
    • Class D
  21. What is a Class Delta fire?
    • High temps
    • Combustible metals
    • Highly reactive to water
  22. How do you combat a Class Delta fire?
    Jettison overboard
  23. What is a Class Alpha fire?
    Anything the burns Ash
  24. What is a Class Bravo fire?
    Oil/Fuels
  25. What is a Class Charlie fire?
    Electrical
  26. What is the primary firefighting agent for Class C fires?
    CO2
  27. What is the primary firefighting agent for Class B fires?
    AFFF
  28. What is the range of a CO2 bottle?
    4-6 feet
  29. What is the soak time for Halon?
    15 minutes
  30. What firefighting agent is also used to activate Halon?
    5lb CO2 bottle
  31. What is the activation time for Halon?
    30 seconds
  32. What are the two pumps used for at each AFFF station?
    • Injection Pump - Send AFFF Up (flight deck)
    • Proportioning Pump - Send AFFF down (hangar bay)
  33. How many AFFF station are on the 2nd deck and what is their capacity?
    • 20 AFFF stations
    • 600 Gal Capacity
  34. What does SCBA stand for?
    Self contained Breathing Apparatus
  35. How many sizes does the SCBA have?
    2
  36. What are the two sizes for SCBAs?
    • 45minutes
    • 30minutes
  37. What PSI do you want to ensure the SCBA is at before use?
    4,000 PSI
  38. What are the two methods to donning an SCBA?
    • Backpack method
    • Over the head method
  39. What is the only way "you" will put on an SCBA on the TR?
    Backpack method
  40. How many SCBA recharge stations are there?
    8
  41. What PSI do you fill the SCBA up to when recharging?
    4,000 to 4,500 PSI
  42. When fighting a fire, what position do you want to be in?
    low position
  43. What does NFTI stand for?
    Naval Firefighting thermal imager
  44. What is the box theory?
    Containing all 6 sides of the fire
  45. What times do we set yoke?
    0630 and 1645
  46. What is Material condition yoke?
    Material condition that provides a level of protectiom for ship's boundary integrity
  47. Who signs for Yoke?
    A qualified DCPO
  48. What material condition do we set at sunset?
    Dog Zebra
  49. What is William material condition?
    Always Open
  50. What is Circle William material condition?
    • Ventialltion
    • Secured during CBR attack
  51. What does EEBD stand for?
    Emergency Escape Breathing Apparatus Device
  52. What is the limit for an EEBD?
    10 minutes
  53. Can you use an EEBD to fight a fire?
    No
  54. What is significant about a blue EEBD case?
    Training Case
  55. In what order do you don an EEBD?
    Neck, mouth, the nose
  56. What 3 things do you verify during EEBD maintenance?
    • Expiration
    • Gage
    • Tamper bearing
  57. How much CFM can the RAMFAN produce?
    2,000 CFM
  58. How is the RAMFAN powered?
    Firemain
  59. How much CFM can the BOXFAN produce?
    3,200 CFM
  60. How is the BOXFAN powered?
    115V
  61. When connecting the RAMFAN up with hoses, how many for output and how many for input?
    • 2 for output
    • 1 for input
  62. What are the 4 types of fire nozzle spray patterns?
    • Narrow V
    • Straight Stream
    • Wide V
    • Flush
  63. What is an AFFF in line eductor?
    Blue barrel which mixes AFFF into the Fire Nozzle to produce the AFFF mixture to fight Bravo fires
  64. How many feet is a "High Altitude Burst?"
    Above 100,000 Ft
  65. How many feet is a "Air Burst?"
    Below 100,000 Ft
  66. How many feet is a "Surface Burst?"
    On the surface
  67. How many feet is a "Sub-surface burst?"
    Below the surface
  68. What insturment is used to detect radiation?
    AN/PDQ-1
  69. What does the M-8 paper detect?
    Liquid Detection for nerve and blister agents
  70. What are the three colors and their chemical detection for M-8 paper?
    • Green = V series Nerve GVN
    • Yellow = G series Nerve YGN
    • Red = H series Blister RHB
  71. What does the M-9 paper detect?
    Aerosol detection of Nerve, Blister, and Blood agents (does not differentiate)
  72. How do you know if the M-9 paper detected a chemical?
    Red blotchy spots if agent is present
  73. Where is the best place to post M-9 paper?
    Post near ventillation
  74. How does the M256A1 detect CBR agents?
    Vapor Chemical detection
  75. What is the symbol for Blister agent?
    • Green Square
    • Red Explanation mark
  76. What is the symbol for Blood agent?
    • Red Circle
    • Red Explanation mark
  77. What is the symbol for Nerve agent?
    • 8 sided star (two squares) yellow
    • Red explanation mark
  78. What are some samples of a Choking agent?
    • Phosgene
    • Chlorine
  79. What are some samples of a blister agent?
    • Mustard
    • Lewisite
    • hosgene Oxime
  80. What are some samples of a blood agent?
    Hydrogen Cyanide
  81. What are some samples of a nerve agent?
    • Tabun
    • Sarin
    • Soman
    • VX
  82. What is a RSDL in regards to CBR?
    Reactive skin decontamination lotion
  83. How much of the body can 1 package of RSDL cover?
    Face, neck, and hands
  84. What is the minimum square inches the RSDL can cover?
    200 square inches
  85. How long do you let the RSDL remain on skin?
    2 minutes
  86. What is the operating temperature for RSDL?
    34 to 130 degrees F
  87. What are the two gas mask used for CBR?
    • MCU-2/P
    • MCU-2A/P
  88. What does MOPP stand for?
    Mission Oriented Protective Posture
  89. How many MOPP level are there?
    5
Author
Coreyk58
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DC 306
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