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Core-102 state the three objectives of first Aid save lives, prevent further injury, and prevent infection
Core-102 state the three methods of controlling bleeding direct pressure, elevation, pressure points, last resort tourniquet
Core-102 identify an example of a pressure point where a main artery in the injured part lies near the skin surface and over a bone
Core-102 how many principal points on each side of the body 11 principal points
Core-102 name 11 principal points on the body temple, jaw, neck, collar bone, inner upper arm, inner elbow, wrist, upper thigh, groin, knee, ankle
Core-102 describe the symptoms for shock vacant or lackluster eyes, shallow or irregular breathing
Core-102 describe the treatment for shock lay victim down with feet elevated 6-12 inches, cover them to maintain body heat
Core-102 describe the three classifications of burns first degree, second degree, third degree
Core-102 state the symptom of heat exhaustion serious disturbance of blood flow to the brain
Core-102 state the treatment of heat exhaustion move victim to cool area, loosen clothing, apply cool wet cloths to head, groin and ankles
Core-102 state the symptom of heat stroke breakdown of the sweating mechanism of the body
Core-102 state the treatment of heat stroke douse the body with cold water, apply wet cold towels to the body and move the victim to the coolest possible place
Core-102 state the difference between an open and closed fracture closed fracture is internal, open or compound fracture may have protruding thru the skin
Core-102 personnel rescue of electrical shock victim do not touch body, wire, or any other object that may be conducting electricity, turn current off immediately
Core-102 personnel treatment of electrical shock administer artificial ventilation, cpr if no pulse
Core-102 describe methods to clearing an obstructed airway clear mouth of any food particles, foreign objects, of loose dentures
Core-102 describe the effects of hypothermia victim may appear pale and unconscious, breathing is slow and shallow, pulse faint or undetectable
Core-102 desribe the effects of superficial frostbite ice crystals forming in the upper skin layers
Core-102 describe the effects of deep frostbite ice crystals forming in the deeper tissues,
Core-103 define the purpose of the naval aviation safety program to preserve human and material resources
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the commanding officer require that persons are instructed and drilled in all safety precautions and procedures that they are complied with
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the aviation safety officer advisor to the CO on all aviation safety matters
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the ground safety officer all ground safety matters
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the department head the departments safety program
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the division officer will ensure that personnel comply with all safety instructions
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of the safety petty officer will be a central point for all safety related matters
Core-103 explain the safety responsibilities of all hands will familiarize themselves with safety regulations and instructions applicable
Core-103 explain the functions of the safety council/enlisted safety committee formed to set goals, manage assets, and review safety related recommendations
Core-103 discuss how human error contributes to aviation mishaps human error is part of nearly every mishap
Core-103 discuss how maintenance and support factors contribute to aviation mishaps include improper maintenance, improper priority assignments on work requests, or lack of proper quality assurance
Core-103 discuss how administrative and supervisory factors can contribute to aviation mishaps improper level of supervision or a failure to require personnel to meet personnel qualification standards
Core-103 discuss how material failures or malfunctions contribute to aviation mishaps most mishaps blamed on material failure may really involve maintenance factors or human error
Core-103 discuss how environmental factors contribute to aviation mishaps extreme exposure to heat, cold, vibration, noise, illumination, radiation, or atmospheric contaminants
Core-103 define a class A mishap 1,000,000 damage, fatality, or permanent total disability
Core-103 define a class B mishap 200,00 or more but less than a million, injury in permanent partial disability, or three or more personnel are hospitalized
Core-103 define a class C mishap 10,000 or more but less than 200,000, non-fatal injury that causes a loss of work beyond the day of injury
Core-103 define a class D mishap less than 10,000 or a non-fatal injury and no loss of work of first aid needed
Core-103 state the objective of the aviation gas-free engineering program ensure a safe environment is maintained when working on aeronautical equipment fuel systems
Core-103 explain the hazards associated with radio frequency (RF) energy can generate electrical currents and/or voltage large enough to cause life-threatening electric shock, burns, biological changes, and cataracts
Core-103 state the purpose of the laser safety hazard control program is to design a series of safety factors established when using lasers
Core-103 state the purpose of a safety stand down devote time to safety training
Core-103 discuss the concept of operational risk management (ORM) tool used to make informed decisions
Core-103 explain the following term identify hazards as they apply to ORM outline or chart of the major steps in the operation or operational analysis
Core-103 explain the following term assess hazards as they apply to ORM determine the associtated degree of risk in terms of probability and severity
Core-103 explain the following term make risk decisions as they apply to ORM develop risk control options, decide is the benefit of the operation outweights the risk
Core-103 explain the following term implement controls as they apply to ORM used to eliminate hazards or reduce the degree of risk
Core-103 explain the following term supervise as it applies to ORM conduct follow up evaluations to ensure they remain in place and have the desired effect
Core-104 discuss the operational chain of command for operating forces from the president through the secretary of defense to a commander of a unified or specified command
Core-104 discuss the administrative chain of command for operating forces through the SECNAV and the chief of NAVOP to the operating forces
Core-104 discuss unified command as it applies to the operational chain of command has a single commander
Core-104 what are the unified commands Atlantic, Pacific, European, Southern, Central, and Readiness Commands
Core0-104 discuss specified command as it applies to the operational chain of command composed of forces from one service
Core-104 what are the specified commands North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD), Air Mobility Command (AMC)
Core-104 discuss the fleet commanders as they apply to the operational chain of command pacific fleet; commands the 3rd and 7th fleets. atlantic fleet; commands the 2nd fleet. naval forces europe commands the 6th fleet.
Core-104 discuss task force commander as it applies to the operational chain of command developed during WW2, further divides fleets into forces, groups, units, and elements
Core-104 discuss task unit commander as it applies to the operational chain of command task groups may be further subdivided into task units
Core-104 discuss the SECNAV as it applies to the administrative chain of command a civilian in charge of the department of the navy
Core-104 who is the SECNAV Ray Mabus
Core-104 discuss the CNO as it applies to the administrative chain of command senior military officer of the department of the navy (Adm Gary Roughead)
Core-104 discuss the CINC as it applies to the administarative chain of command CINC US Pacific Fleet Commands 3rd and 7th CINC US Atlantic Fleet Commands 2nd CINC US Naval Forces Europe Commands 6th
Core-104 discuss the Naval Air Force Commander as it applies to the administrative chain of command the commander is usuall a Vice Admiral in rank
Core-104 discuss the functional wind commander as it applies to the administrative chain of command responsible for the aircraft material readiness, administration, training, and inspection of squadrons under their command
Core-104 discuss the Type Squadron Commander as it applies to the adminstrative chain of command responsible for the maintenance and material condition of aeronautical equipment assigned to their cognizance for the operation and support of the naval aviation mission
Core-104 discuss the role of the MCPON he or she serves as senior enlisted representative of the Navy
Core-104 who is the MCPON Master Chief Rick West
Core-104 discuss the role of the Fleet Master Chief serves as the principle enlisted advisor to the Fleet Commander in Chief
Core-104 discuss the role of the Force Master Chief serves as principle enlisted advisors to various Force Group Commanders
Core-104 who is the Force Master Chief Force Master Chief Ronney Wright
Core-104 discuss the role of the Command Master Chief assigned to Navy commands with 250 or more personnal
Core-105 state the six areas of naval doctrination Naval Warfare, Naval Intelligence, Naval Operations, Naval Logistics. Naval Planning, Naval Command and Control
Core-105 discuss how the naval aviation supports reconnaissance/surveillance search for and intercept, recording, and analysis of radiated electromagnetic energy, used in support of military operations and tasks
Core-105 discuss how the naval aviation supports antisubmarine used to locate and destroy submarines
Core-105 discuss how the naval aviation supports amphibious assualt involves the taking of an area of land where the land and sea meet
Core-105 discuss how the naval avaition supports logistics support invovles the transport of troops, personnal, and cargo
Core-105 discuss how the naval aviation supports search and rescue assigned to search and rescue of downed, stranded, or disabled military personnal by either land or sea
Core-105 discuss how the naval aviation supports mine warfare the use of ships, aircraft, submarines, and helicopters to locate and destroy enemy mines
Core-105 discuss the conditions the led to the formation of the US Navy taxation without representation
Core-105 state the qualities that characterize the Navy/Marine Corps team as instruments to support national policies readiness, flexibility, self-sustainability, and mobility
Core-105 state the three levels of war tactical, operational, and strategic
Core-105 explain how naval intelligence operations, more than any other service, support peace time operational decision making intelligence is central to the decision making process
Core-105 state the mission of naval logistics fleet-based sustainment assets and strategic sustainment assets
Core-105 state the importance of planning to naval operations a plan is prepared using either the joint deliberate-planning process or crisis-action procedures
Core-105 discuss the importance of the coral sea conflict the breaking of the Japanese Navy code
Core-105 discuss the importance of the midway conflict turning point of the pacific war
Core-105 discuss the importance of the guadalcanal five sullivan brothers were lost,
Core-105 discuss the significance of may 8 1911 navy ordered it first plane, the birthday of naval aviation
Core-105 state the name of the first aircraft carrier U.S.S Langley March 20 1922
Core-105 what was the first jet powered naval aircraft FJ-1 Fury March 10 1948 landed on the USS Boxer
Core-105 who was the first naval aviator in space Alan Shepard May 5 1961
Core-106 identify AB rating aviation boatswain's mate
Core-106 identify AC rating aircraft traffic controller
Core-106 identify AD rating aviation machinist's mate
Core-106 identify AE rating aviation electrician's mate
Core-106 identify AG rating aerographer's mate
Core-106 identify AK rating aviation storekeeper
Core-106 identify AM rating aviation structural mechanic
Core-106 identify AO rating avaiation ordnanceman
Core-106 identify AS rating avaiation support equipment technician
Core-106 identify AT rating avaiation electronics technician
Core-106 identify AW rating avaiation warfare systems operator
Core-106 identify AZ rating avaiation maintenance administrationman
Core-106 identify PR rating aircrew survival equipmentman
Core-107 describe inertia willingness of an object to remain at rest/motion unless acted upon by outside force
Core-107 describe acceleration rate of change of the speed and/or velocity of matter with time
Core-107 describe speed rate of movement of motion in a given amount of time
Core-107 describe velocity quickness or speed of an object in a given time and direction
Core-107 describe newton's first law inertia
Core-107 describe newton's second law force
Core-107 describe newton's third law for every action there is an equal and oposite reaction
Core-107 define bernoulli's principle when a fluid flowing through a tube reaches a constriction or narrowing of the tube, the speed of the fluid increases and pressure descreases
Core-107 discuss small craft weather warnings winds 33 knots or less
Core-107 discuss gale weather warnings winds 34 to 47 knots
Core-107 discuss storm weather warnings winds 48 knots or greater
Core-107 discuss tropical cyclone weather warnings rapid decrease in pressure and increase in winds... from 60 nautical miles to 1000
Core-107 discuss tropical depression weather winds 33 knots or less
Core-107 discuss tropical storm weather winds 34 to 63 knots
Core-107 discuss hurricane/typhoon weather winds 64 knots or greater
Core-107 discuss thunderstorm/tornado weather cumulonimbus cloud with lightening and thunder/violently rotating column of air 100 to 250 knots
Core-107 thunderstorm weather within 3 miles of airfield or immediate area
Core-107 severe thunderstorm weather wind gusts 50 knots or greater and/or hail 3/4 inch or greater to impact warning area
Core-107 tornado warning weather tornadoes been sited or detected by RADAR in or adjacent to warning area or potential to develope in warning area
Core-107 describe lift force that acts in an upward direction to support aircraft in the air
Core-107 describe weight force of gravity acting downward on the aircraft and everything on aircraft
Core-107 describe drag force that tends to hold aircraft back, caused by disruption of air about the wings, fuselage or body
Core-107 describe thrust force developed by aircraft engines in the forward motion, must be freater than or equal to the effects of drag
Core-107 describe longitudinal axis imaginary reference line running down the center of the aircraft between the nose and tail. roll
Core-107 describe lateral axis imaginary reference line running parallel to the wings and about which pitch occurs
Core-107 describe vertical axis imaginary reference line running from thetop to the bottom of the aircreaft, yaw
Core-107 state the three primary movements of aircraft about the axis yaw, pitch, roll
Core-107 identify and state the purpose of the primary flight controls for fixed wing aircraft ailerons provide control on longitudinal axis, elevators for lateral axis, and rudder for vertical
Core-107 identify and state the purpose of the primary flight controls for rotary wing aircraft collective stick controls pitch of rotor blades, "up and down" cyclic stick tilts rotor blades, "directional motion" lateral control from foot pedals moves tail rotor
Core-107 state the purpose of flaps gives aircraft extra lift
Core-107 state the purpose of spoiler used to decrease wing lift
Core-107 state the purpose of a speed break reducing the speed of an aircraft
Core-107 state the purpose of slats improves lateral control handling at low airspeeds
Core-107 state the purpose of horizontal stabilizer provides stability of the aircraft about its lateral axis
Core-107 state the purpose of vertical stabilizer maintains stability of the aircraft about its vertical axis
Core-107 state the purpose of tail rotor controls yawing action of the helicoptor
Core-107 explain the term angle of attack angle at which a body, such as an airfoil of fuselage, meets a flow of air
Core-107 explain the term autorotation method of allowing a helicopter to land safely from altitude without using engine power by making use of the reversed airflow up through the rotor system to reduce the rate of descent
Core-107 state the components of a basic hydraulic system reservoir, pump, tubing, selector valve, actuating unit
Core-107 describe the main components of the landing gear shock strut assembly, tires, wheel brake assembly, retracting and extending mechanism, side struts and supports
Core-107 explain the purpose of the shock and strut assembly absorb the shock of landing
Core-107 explain the purpose of the tires allows aircraft to roll easily and provide traction during takeoff and landing
Core-107 explain the purpose of the wheel brake assembly used to slow/stop aircraft and prevent aircraft from rolling when parked
Core-107 explain the purpose of the retracting and extending mechanism all the necessary hardware to electrically or hydraulically extend and retract the landing gear
Core-107 explain the purpose of the side struts and supports provides lateral strength/support for the landing gear
Core-107 state the safety precautions used when servicing aircraft tires on aircraft approach tires fore and aft, when inflating, stand off to the side, deflate when removing from the aircraft
Core-107 state the five basic sections of a jet engine intake, compressor, combustion, turbine section, exhaust
Core-107 describe the turbojet engine system projects a column of air to the rear at an extemely high velocity
Core-107 describe the turboshaft engine system delivers power through a shaft to drive something other than a propeller
Core-107 describe the turboprop engine system propulsion is accomplished by the conversion of the majority of the gas-energy into mechanical power to drive the propeller
Core-107 describe the turbofan engine system basically the same as a turbo prop except that the propeller is repalced by a duct-enclosed axial-flow fan
Core-107 state the purpose of an afterburner to boost the normal thrust rating of a gas turbine engine
Core-107 state the NATO symbol for JP4 and explain the characteristics and reasons for use F-40, flame spread rate of 700-800 feet per minute and low flashpoint of -10 degrees
Core-107 state the NATO symbol for JP5 and explain the characteristics and reasons for use F-44, flame spread of 100 feet per minute and a flashpoint of 140 degrees
Core-107 state the NATO symbol for JP8 and explain the characteristics and reasons for use F-34, flame spread of 100 feet per minute and a flashpoint of 100 degrees
Core-107 describe the hazards associated with jet fuel explosions from fuel flames, vapor inhalation, and toxic contact with skin, eyes, or swallowing can cause illness or death
Core-107 describe the symptoms of fuel vapor inhalation nausea, dizziness, and headaches, can cause death
Core-107 explain the purpose of the Auxiliary Power Unit furnish electrical power when engine-driven generators are not operating or when external power is not available
Core-107 discuss the effects of icing on the performance of naval aircraft decreases lift and increases drag, weight, and stalling speed
Core-107 identify the reasons for Non-destructive inspection find defects and correct them before they reach catastrophic proportion
Core-107 indentify the methods of Non-destructive inspection visual, optical, liquid penetrate, magnetic particle, eddy current, ultrasonic, radiographic, etc.
Core-107 state the purpose of the Pitot-static probe pitot probe applies outside air pressure to the airspeed indicator, static probe applies outside air to the airspeed, altimeter, and rate-of-climb indicators
Core-107 state the purpose of the airspeed indicator displays the speed of the aircraft in relation to the air in which it is flying
Core-107 state the pupose of the altimeters shows the height of the aircraft above sea level
Core-107 state the purpose of the rate-of-climb shows the rate at which an aircraft is climbing or descending
Core-107 state the purpose of the attitude indicator shows pilot the relative position of the aircraft compared to the earth's horizon
Core-107 state the purpose of the turn and bank indicator shows the correct execution of a turn and bank
Core-107 state the purpose of the navigation system direct, plot, and control the course or position of the aircraft
Core-107 state the pupose of the Identification Friend or Foe IFF electronic system that allows a friendly craft to identify itself automatically before approaching near enough to threaten the security of other naval units
Core-107 state the purpose of the Radio Detection and Ranging system (RADAR) radio device used to detect objects at distances much greater than is visually possible
Core-107 state the purpose of Magnetic (standby) compass direct-reading compass mounted on the instrument panel
Core-107 state the purpose of Communication systems send and recieve without use of interconnecting wires
Core-107 state the purpose of Bombs free-falling desinged to refuce/neutralize enemy's war potential
Core-107 state the purpose of Rockets fired at close range, has an explosive section and a propulsion section
Core-107 state the purpose of Missiles explosive, propulsion, guidance sections, able to change direction/movement after being fired
Core-107 state the purpose of Mines effectively defend or control vital straits, port approaches, convoy anchorages and seaward coastal barriers
Core-107 state the purpose of Torpedoes to search, detect, attack and destroy submarines and surface ships
Core-107 state the purpose of Circuit breaker protective device that opens a circuit when the current exceeds a predeterminded value
Core-107 state the purpose of Fuse contains metal that will melt/break when current is increased beyond specified value
Core-107 explain the term Voltage driving force behind current
Core-107 explain the term Current flow of electrons
Core-107 what does Ohm's Law state of current current is directly proportional to the applied voltage and inversely proportional to the circuit resistance
Core-107 explain the term resistance opposing force to the flow of electrons
Core-107 what does Ohm's law state of resistance current is inversely proportional to resistance
Core-107 what does Ohm's law state of voltage base value in determining unknown circuit values
Core-108 define the term aircraft handling any movement of aircraft or associrated equipment
Core-108 state the purpose of standard aircraft taxi signals so no misunderstanding between ground crew and pilot of different services
Core-108 state the speed limits on flight line/around aircraft within 50 of aircraft, 5mph runways, taxiways, parking ramps, work areas, 10 mph
Core-108 state the maximum towing speed of aircraft fast as slowest walker
Core-108 name 4 categories of tie down requirements inital, intermediate, permanent, heavy weather
Core-108 state the purpose of the emergency shore based recovery equipment to arrest/stop aircraft in the shortest distance possible
Core-108 state the purpose of the MA-1A overrun barrier designed to stop aircraft not equipped with tail hook
Core-108 state the minimum personal protective equipment required on the flight line/ramp areas during routine maintenance assessed for hazards and each worker given/briefed on use of proper PPE for that area
Core-108 state the minimum personal protective equipment required on the flight line/ramp areas during flight operations cranial, jersey with proper color for position, goggles, sound attenuators, flight deck shoes, flotaion/survival gear, whistle
Core-108 identify the safety hazard areas associated with intakes front of intake
Core-108 identify the safety hazard areas associated with exhaust high temp/velocity of exhaust gases from tail pipe
Core-108 identify the safety hazard areas associated with propellers should not approach or depart an aircraft with the propellers turning
Core-108 identify the safety hazard areas associated with rotor blades should not approach or depart helicopter while rotors are being engaged/disengaged
Core-108 explain the significance of runway numbering system numbered in relation to their magnetic heading rounded off to the nearest 10 degrees
Core-108 explain the significance of threshold markings mark the landing threshold, each 12 feet wide 150 feet long
Core-108 explain the significance of airfield lighting system airport lighting systems are standardized, operation can be found FAA handbook 7110.65
Core-108 explain the significance of runway/taxiway marking system visual guidance for night/low visibility conditions, lights are blue 2 at each end spaced 5 feet apart
Core-108 explain the significance of arm/dearm areas where ordnance is changed from safe/readiness or vice versa
Core-108 explain the significance of overrun areas effective deceleration area for aborting or overshooting aircraft, may be paved/yellow chevrons
Core-108 explain the significance of parking apron required for parking, servicing, and loading aircraft
Core-108 explain the purpose of the wind indicator provides a method for prompt issuance of wind direction and velocities to pilots
Core-108 explain the purpose of the airfield rotating beacon airport is below VFR, beacon is used to identify the airport's location during darkness/daylight hrs
Core-108 explain the purpose of the tower visual communications provides a sequence of lights/switches that supplement other circuits on the interphone system to reduce voice comms
Core-108 explain the purpose of the tactical air navagation system (TACAN) uses a bearing determining system to determine aircraft position/distance from a TACAN station
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