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Naval Education and Training Command

NAVEDTRA 43904-C October 2010

PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION STANDARD


FOR

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE


NAME (Rate/Rank) ______________________________

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Although the words he, him, and his are used sparingly in this manual to enhance communication, they are not intended to be gender driven nor to affront or discriminate against anyone reading this material.

PREFACE

Warfare Qualified Sailors are an essential element of our Navys Operational Primacy. The objective of the Seabee Combat Warfare Program is to provide the candidate an introduction into the processes and topics necessary to support the warfighting requirements of our Navy. This personnel warfare qualification standard will focus on mission effectiveness, combat readiness and survivability as well as introducing an overall understanding of how an individual unit mission fits into and supports naval doctrine and its objectives. Experience shows it is essential that every warrior in our Navy be totally familiar with the mission of their command and be able to apply this knowledge to support the successful execution of the commands current and future missions.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page ACKNOWLEDGMENTS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------03 INTRODUCTION -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------04 ACRONYMS-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------06 PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY -----------------------------------------------------------------------------07 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 300 301 INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS---------------------------------------------------08 General Safety Fundamentals ----------------------------------------------------------------09 Naval Heritage and Doctrine Fundamentals ----------------------------------------------13 Administrative/Command and Control Fundamentals ----------------------------------16 Basic First Aid and Personal Hygiene Fundamentals-----------------------------------20 Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste Environmental Safety Fundamentals ----24 Supply/Logistics Fundamentals --------------------------------------------------------------26 Communications/Communications Security Material Systems Fundamentals ---29 Weapons Fundamentals------------------------------------------------------------------------33 General Military Tactics Fundamentals -----------------------------------------------------40 Contingency Operations Fundamentals ----------------------------------------------------46 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Warfare Fundamentals-------------50 Embarkation Fundamentals -------------------------------------------------------------------55 Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE) Fundamentals ----------------------------57 INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS -------------------------------------------------59 Seabee Combat Warfare (SCW), Common Core----------------------------------------61

LIST OF REFERENCES ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------67

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance of the following personnel in writing this PQS:
CUCM(SCW) EQCM(SCW) UCCM(SCW) BUCS(SCW) CMC(SCW) EOC(SCW) EOC(SCW) UTC(SCW) BU1(SCW) BU1(SCW) CE1(SCW) CM1(SCW) EA1(SCW) EA1(SCW) EO1(SCW) Daniel R. Parkhurst Johnny J. DeSarro Jimmy Long Todd Bernashe Scott A Balius Cheri L. Williams Frank Queenlacombe Aaron Neufeld Ina Baca Antione R Thompson Crystal S. Corner Aaron Doolittle Chad Hook John L. Windsor Brian K. Becker NMCB 22 1NCD NAVFAC CBMU 202 ACB 1 NFELC NMCB 1 CSFE 20th SRG NMCB 74 NMCB 3 ACB 1 NMCB 4 ACB 2 ACB 1

PQS Development Group personnel who provided direct support for this PQS. Mr. Richard D. Bucholtz CSFE, Port Hueneme, CA

The Model Manager for this PQS: Center for Seabees and Engineering DSN 551-1598

INTRODUCTION PQS PROGRAM


This PQS program is a qualification system for officers and enlisted personnel where certification of a minimum level of competency is required prior to qualifying to perform specific duties. A PQS is a compilation of the minimum knowledge and skills that an individual must demonstrate in order to qualify to stand watches or perform other specific routine duties necessary for the safety, security or proper operation of a ship, aircraft or support system. The objective of PQS is to standardize and facilitate these qualifications.

CANCELLATION
This standard cancels and supersedes NAVEDTRA 43904-B.

APPLICABILITY
This PQS is applicable to all personnel serving in Naval Construction Force units, which are authorized to grant Seabee Combat Warfare designations IAW OPNAVINST 1410.1 (series).

MODEL MANAGER
The Model Manager Command manages a specific PQS manual. This includes overseeing the process of monitoring and updating assigned PQS manuals from the standpoint of technical content and relevance within the community.

QUALIFIER
The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the Commanding Officer to sign off individual watchstations. Qualifiers will normally be E-5 or above and, as a minimum, must have completed the PQS they are authorized to sign off. The names of designated Qualifiers should be made known to all members of the unit or department. The means of maintaining this listing is at the discretion of individual commands. For more information on the duties and responsibilities of PQS Qualifiers, see the PQS Unit Coordinators Guide.

CONTENTS
PQS is divided into three sections. The 100 Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge from technical manuals and other texts necessary to satisfactorily understand the watchstation/workstation duties. The 200 Section (Systems/Mission Areas) is designed to acquaint you with the systems you will be required to operate at your watchstation/workstation. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to achieve final PQS qualification for a particular watchstation/workstation. All three sections may not apply to this PQS, but where applicable, detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.

INTRODUCTION (CONTD) REFERENCES


The references used during the writing of this PQS package were the latest available to the workshop. However, the most current references available should be used when qualifying with this Standard.

NOTES
Classified references may be used in the development of PQS. If such references are used, do not make notes in this book as answers to questions in this Standard may be classified.

TRAINEE
Your supervisor will tell you which watchstations/workstations you are to complete and in what order. Before getting started, turn to the 300 Section first and find your watchstation/workstation. This will tell you what you should do before starting your watchstation/workstation tasks. You may be required to complete another PQS, a school, or other watchstations/workstations within this package. It will also tell you which fundamentals and/or systems from this package you must complete prior to qualification at your watchstation/workstation. If you have any questions or are unable to locate references, contact your supervisor or qualifier. Good luck!

PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS


This PQS was developed using information available at the time of writing. When equipment and requirements change, the PQS needs to be revised. The only way the PQS Development Group knows of these changes is by you, the user, telling us either in a letter or via the Feedback Report contained in the back of this book. You can tell us of new systems and requirements, or of errors you find.

ACRONYMS USED IN THIS PQS


Not all acronyms or abbreviations used in this PQS are defined here. The Subject Matter Experts from the Fleet who wrote this Standard determined the following acronyms or abbreviations may not be commonly known throughout their community and should be defined to avoid confusion. If there is a question concerning an acronym or abbreviation not spelled out on this page or anywhere else in the Standard, use the references listed on the line item containing the acronym or abbreviation in question. 1NCD ABFC ACR AMC CBR CESE CMDCM CNO COMSEC COSAL CESE EDVR EMP EPW GFCI HM/HW LOGREQ MAGTF MCPON MOCC MSDS NAAK NATO NECC NCF NCR OPLANS OPORDS OPREP OPTAR 2PAM PCB PPE QDR ROD SECNAV SITREP SORTS SOU TPI First Naval Construction Division Advance Base Functional Component Allowance Change Request Air Mobility Command Chemical, Biological, Radiological Civil Engineer Support Equipment Command Master Chief Chief of Naval Operations Communication Security Consolidated Shipboard/Shorebased Allowance List Civil Engineer Support Equipment Enlisted Distribution Verification Report Electromagnetic Pulse Enemy Prisoner of War Ground Fault Circuit Interruption Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste Logistics Requirements Marine Air Ground Task Force Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy Mount Out Control Center Material Safety Data Sheet Nerve Agent Antidote Kit North Atlantic Treaty Organization Navy Expeditionary Combat Command Naval Construction Force Naval Construction Regiment Operational Plans Operational Order Operational Report Operating Target Pralidoxime Chloride Polychlorinated Biphenyls Personal Protective Equipment Quality Deficiency Report Report of Deficiency Secretary of the Navy Situational Report Status of Resources and Training System Special Operating Unit Two-Person Integrity 6

PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY
NO SINGLE BOOK OR GROUP OF BOOKS CONTAINED IN THIS PROFESSIONAL LIBRARY IS INTENDED TO BE A MANDATORY READING ITEM WHEN COMPLETING THIS PQS MANUAL. RECOMMENDED READING: THE SEABEE READING LIST IS INCLUDED AS A SOURCE OF RECOMMENDED READING FOR PERSONNEL, WHO DESIRE TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WHICH SUPPORTS THE
HERITAGE AND DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS CONTAINED IN THIS COMMON CORE PQS MANUAL. THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THESE SUGGESTED READING BOOKS SHOULD NOT BE USED AS WRITTEN OR ORAL BOARD TESTING MATERIAL.

The Defense of Duffers Drift E. D. Swinton Builders of Battle (1946) David O. Woodbury Building the Navy Bases in World War II (V1 & 2 1947) Can Do! (1944) William Bradford Hule Can Do, Will Do! (1987) Navy Seabees Veterans of America The Civilized Engineer (1970) Samuel C. Florman Great Engineer (1970) Conrad Matschoss Translated by H. Stafford Hatifield A History of Civil Engineering (1952) Hans Straub Seabee: Bill Scott Builds and Fights for the Navy (1944) Henry B. Le The Seabees of World War II (1963) Edmund L. Castillo The Dammed Engineers (1985) Janice Holt Guiles Engineering and the Minds Eye (1992) Eugene S. Ferguson The Bridge at Dong Ha (1989) John Grider Miller Southeast Asia: Building the Base (1975) Richard Tregaskis Five Star Leadership: The Art and Strategy of Creating Leaders at Every Level Patrick L. Townsend, Joan E. Gebhardt, and forward by Nancy K. Austin Marine: A Guide Tour to a Marine Expeditionary Unit - Tom Clancy SUPPLEMENTAL READING: THE FOLLOWING LISTS ARE INCLUDED AS A SOURCE OF SUPPLEMENTAL READING FOR PERSONNEL WHO DESIRE TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WHICH SUPPORTS THE HERITAGE AND DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS CONTAINED IN THIS COMMON CORE PQS MANUAL. ADDITIONALLY, THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THESE SUGGESTED READING BOOKS SHOULD NOT BE USED AS WRITTEN OR ORAL BOARD TESTING MATERIAL. The MCPONs Naval Heritage and Core Values Reading List, Parts A and B. AS THE MCPON READING LIST IS UPDATED ANNUALLY, THE MOST CURRENT VERSION CAN BE FOUND IN THE MCPON DIRECTLINE PUBLICATION OR THROUGH THE INTERNET AT EITHER OF THE FOLLOWING WEB ADDRESSES: https://wwwa.nko.navy.mil/portal/splash/index.jsp HTTP://WWW.HISTORY.NAVY.MIL/

100 100.1

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS INTRODUCTION


This PQS begins with a Fundamentals section covering the basic knowledge and principles needed to understand the equipment or duties to be studied. Normally, you would have acquired the knowledge required in the Fundamentals section during the school phase of your training. If you have not been to school or if you need a refresher, the references listed at the beginning of each fundamental will aid you in a self-study program. All references cited for study are selected according to their credibility and availability.

100.2

HOW TO COMPLETE
The fundamentals you will have to complete are listed in the watchstation (300 section) for each watchstation. You should complete all required fundamentals before starting the systems and watchstation portions of this PQS, since knowledge gained from fundamentals will aid you in understanding the systems and your watchstation tasks. When you feel you have a complete understanding of one fundamental or more, contact your Qualifier. If you are attempting initial qualification, your Qualifier will expect you to satisfactorily answer all line items in the fundamentals. If you are re-qualifying or have completed the appropriate schools, your Qualifier may require you to answer representative line items to determine if you have retained the necessary knowledge for your watchstation. If your command requires an oral board or written examination for final qualification, you may be asked any questions from the fundamentals required for your watchstation.

101 101 GENERAL SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual COMFIRSTNCDINST 5100.2B, Naval Construction Force Occupational Safety and Health Program 29 CFR Part 1926, Construction Safety Standards NAVEDTRA 14026, Construction Electrician Basic NAVEDTRA 14167, Naval Safety Supervisor OPNAVINST 3500.39B, Operational Risk Management

101.1

Explain the responsibilities of the following personnel as applied to safety: [ref. e, ch. 1, pp. 1 thru 8] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Commanding Officer Executive Officer Safety Officer Department Head Division Officer Work Center Supervisor Safety Petty Officer All hands

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Explain the functions of the Safety Council and the Enlisted Safety Committee. [ref. e, ch. 1, pp. 1 thru 9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the purpose of a mishap investigation and whos responsible for conducting the investigation. [ref. e, ch. 4, p. 4-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Explain when different types of eye protection are required and where you can find the standards for design, construction, testing and use. [ref. a, ch. 20, pp. 19-2 thru 20-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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GENERAL SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Discuss the Hearing Conservation Program and when personnel are required to be enrolled. [ref. a, ch. 18, pp. 18-1 thru 18-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Explain the different types of hearing protection and when are they required. [ref. a, ch. 18, pp. 18-8 thru 18-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Explain why it is necessary to properly use and maintain Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). [ref. a, ch. 20, p. 20-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) State the purpose of temporary electrical power sources and explain source inspection and certification requirements. [ref. b, ch. 24, p. 24-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Explain when Ground Fault Circuit Interruption (GFCI) protection is required. [ref. c, 29 CFR 1926, Subpart K, p. 248] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Explain the importance of properly grounding portable electrical power and distribution systems. [ref. d, ch. 3, p. 248] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

Discuss lockout/tag-out requirements for the following: a. b. Program [ref. b, ch. 24, p. 24-3] Procedures [ref. a, ch. 24, p. 24-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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GENERAL SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Define Confined space and discuss the hazards associated with it. [ref. a, ch. 27, p. 366] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

Explain who is authorized to certify a Confined space as safe for entry/work. [ref. a, ch. 27, p. 367] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.14

Discuss the three basic types of respirators and explain their use, care, and selection. [ref. a, ch. 15, p. 192] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.15

Discuss the importance of the Industrial Hygiene and Work Place Monitoring Program. [ref. a, ch. 8, p. 126] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.16

Discuss the basic reporting procedures required when an unsafe/unhealthful working condition report is submitted. [ref. a, ch. 10, pp. 143 thru 144] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.17

Discuss the four general classes of fires and what types of extinguishers are used on each. [ref. c, ch. 18, p. 187] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.18

Discuss the purpose of a safety stand-down. [ref. e, ch. 1, p. 13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.19

Discuss the concept of ORM. [ref. f, encl. 1, p. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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101.20 Explain the following as they apply to ORM: [ref. f, encl. 1, pp. 2 thru 3] a. b. c. d. e. Identify hazards Assessing hazards Making risk decisions Implementing controls Supervising

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Discuss the four principles of ORM. [ref. f, encl. 1, p. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Define Hazard Severity and Mishap Probability in relation to the Risk Assessment Code. [ref. f, encl. 1, pp. 5 thru 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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102 102 NAVAL HERITAGE AND DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] Naval Doctrine Publication 1, Warfare Naval Doctrine Publication 5, Planning NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 NWP 4-04.1, Seabee Operations in the MAGTF http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/rdstethe.htm Blue Jackets Manual, 23rd Edition NAVEDTRA 38200-A, Petty Officer Indoctrination Course NTRP 4-04.2.1 Doctrinal reference for NCF P 3-34 (Feb 07), Engineering Doctrine for Joint Operations

101.1

Discuss the three circumstances that led to the formation of the U.S. Navy. [ref. a, ch. 1, pp. 5 thru 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Identify and explain the four qualities that represent the characteristics of the Naval Forces. [ref. a, ch. 1, p.8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

State and discuss the seven principles of planning to Naval operations. [ref. b, ch. 1, p. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Discuss the purposes of the U.S Naval Forces. [ref. f, ch. 2, pp. 17 thru 24] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

Discuss the Sailors Creed and its origin. [ref. f, ch. 1, p.10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Define the Navys Core Values. [ref. f, ch. 1, pp. 9 thru10] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 13

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NAVAL HERITAGE AND DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Discuss the conditions that led to the creation of the Seabees. [ref. c, ch. 1, p.1.1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Discuss the significance of March 5, 1942 as it pertains to the Seabees. [ref. c, d, ch. 1, p. 1.1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Discuss the significance of the following personnel: a. b. c. Admiral Ben Moreell [ref. d, ch. 1, p. 1.1] CM3 Marvin Shields [ref. ch. 1, pp. 1 thru 5] SW2 (DV) Robert Stethem [ref. e, http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/rdstethe.htm]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Discuss the significant contributions made by the Seabees during the following: [ref. h, app. b, p. b-1] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. World War II Korea Vietnam Post Vietnam Persian Gulf War Military Operations Other Than War Global War on Terror

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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NAVAL HERITAGE AND DOCTRINE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Identify and explain the purpose of the following ratings: [ref. f, ch. 3] a. BU b. CE c. CM d. EA e. EO f. SW g. UT ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.12

State the purpose of the Civil Engineer Corps (CEC). [ref. c, ch. 1, p.1-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.13

Discuss the different units and capabilities of the following Army engineering categories: [ref. i] a. b. c. d. Combat Engineer [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] General Engineer (Construction Engineering) [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] USACE [pp. I-5 thru I-7, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A] Specialized [p. IV-6, fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex A]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss the different capabilities of the following Air Force engineering units: [ref. i, Fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex C] a. Red horse b. Prime Beef c. Specialized ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss the different capabilities of the following Marine Corps engineering units: [ref. i, Fig. B-E-1, app. B, Annex D] a. ESB b. MWSS c. CEB ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 15

103 103 ADMINISTRATIVE/COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] NWP 4-04 Naval Civil Engineer Operations NTRP 4-04.2.1 Doctrinal Reference for Naval Construction Forces NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 JP 1-02 DOD Dictionary SECNAV M 5510.30 Personnel Security Program SECNAV M 5510.36 Information Security Program NAVFAC P-1105 Seabee Skills Assessment Manual http//www.necc.navy.mil

103.1

Discuss the following functional elements as they relate to Naval Civil Engineering Forces [ref. a, ch. 2, p. 2-1] a. b. c. d. Naval Construction Division Naval Facilities Engineering Command Naval Amphibious Construction Battalion Combatant Command Staff Engineer

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the following as they apply to the operational chain of command [ref. a, ch. 2, p. 2-2] a. b. c. d. e. Commander Fleet Forces Command (CFFC) Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) Commander First Naval Construction Division (1NCD) / Naval Construction Forces Command (NCFC) Naval Construction Regiment (NCR) Seabee Readiness Group (SRG)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Define command and control (C2). [ref. a, ch. 3, glossary 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the mission of the following units: [ref. a, ch. 2, p. 2-4] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Naval Construction Division (NCD) Naval Construction Regiment (NCR) Seabee Readiness Group (SRG) Naval Mobile Construction Battalion (NMCB) Underwater Construction Team (UCT) Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit (CBMU) Naval Construction Force Support Unit (NCFSU) Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC) Naval Amphibious Construction Battalion (PHIBCB)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Describe the duties and responsibilities of the following staffs and departments [ref. b, ch. 5, pp. 5-12 thru 5-18] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Command Staff Executive and Special Staff S-1 Administrative S-2 Intelligence S-3 Operations S-4 Supply S-6 Communications S-7 Training

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Describe the duties and responsibilities of the following personnel [ref. c, ch. 1, p. 1-12] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Company Commander Company Chief Platoon Commander Platoon Chief Squad Leader Fire Team Leader Automatic Rifleman Rifleman 1 Rifleman 2 Grenadier

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the missions for the following NECC commands: [ref. h, http//www.necc.navy.mil] a. b c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. Naval Expeditionary Combat Command Naval Construction Force Maritime Security Force Explosive Ordinance Disposal Expeditionary Diving Riverine Expeditionary Intelligence Expeditionary Logistics Maritime Civil Affairs and Security Training Command Combat Camera Expeditionary Combat Readiness

.8

Discuss the following levels of security clearances. When does Personnel Security Investigation (PSI) expire for each: [ref. f, ch. 4, p. 1] a. b. c. Top Secret (TS) Secret (S) Confidential (C)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss the procedures required for the following [ref. e, ch. 9, p. 1-9] a. b. c. d. Determine clearance eligibility Grant access Grant interim security clearance Adjust or suspend access

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Explain what the Joint Clearance and Access Verification System (JCAVS) is [ref. e, app. e, p. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the control measures for classified information [ref. f, ch. 7, p. 139] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the National Military Commands chain of command structure under two distinct branches [ref. a, ch. 3, p.3-1; ref. a, ch. 4 p. 4-3] a. b. Operational Chain Of Command Service Chain Of Command

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the levels of authority (control) [ref. a, ch. 3, p. 3-2, glossary 3] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Type Commander (TYCOM) Combatant Command (COCOM) Operational Control (OPCON) Tactical Control (TACON) Support Administrative Control (ADCON) Coordinating Authority Direct Liaison Authorized (DIRLAUTH)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss the following in relation to Support Authority (Control) [ref. a, ch. 3, pp. 3-7 thru 3-8] a. b. c. d. e. f. Supported Commander Supporting Commander General Support Mutual Support Direct Support Close Support

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss the following plans and orders [ref. d, pp. 396, 218, 580] a. b. c. d. Operation Plan (OPLAN) Operation Order (OPORD) Warning Order (WARNO) Fragmentary Order (FRAGO)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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104 104 BASIC FIRST AID AND PERSONAL HYGIENE FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] 104.1 NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 State the sequence to examine an injured person. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 State the reason for not moving an injured person unless absolutely necessary. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10-1, 10-8] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Describe the signs, symptoms, and treatment of shock. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10-23 thru 10-26] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Explain why you should not give an unconscious person anything by mouth. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 Describe the three types of bleeding. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Explain the four methods for controlling bleeding. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Discuss the major pressure points of the body. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10- 20 thru 10-22] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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BASIC FIRST AID AND PERSONAL HYGIENE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Describe the first aid treatment for a sucking chest wound. [ref. a, ch. 4, p. 4-38] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Describe the first aid treatment for a person with a suspected spinal injury. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-39] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Describe the three degrees of burns. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-30] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Describe the first aid treatment for the following burns: a. b. c. d. White phosphorous burn on back [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-32] Chemical burn on arm [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-31] Flash burn to eyes [ref. a, ch. 8, p. 8-2] Chemical burn to eyes [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-31]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Describe the symptoms and treatment of: [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 25] a. b. c. Heat cramps Heat exhaustion Heat stroke

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Explain how heat casualties in the field may be prevented. [ref. a, ch. 4, p. 4-61] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Describe frostbite and immersion foot. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10-27 thru 10-29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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104.15 Describe the signs and symptoms of hypothermia. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10-27 thru 10-28] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Explain how cold injuries can be prevented. [ref. a, ch. 4, p. 4-62] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Describe the symptoms and first aid treatment for a joint dislocation. [ref. a, ch. 4. p. 454] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Explain when and why a cold pack or heat pad would be used on a sprain. [ref. a, ch. 4, p. 4-56] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Describe the procedure for treating insect bites. [ref. a, ch. 5, p. 5-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Describe the first aid treatment for snake bites. [ref. a, ch. 5, p. 5-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Describe the first aid treatment for fractures. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-33] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Describe how to reinforce a compress dressing. [ref. a, ch. 4, p. 4-33] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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104.23 Explain the following methods for carrying a casualty: [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 10-12 thru 1018] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Firemans carry One-and-two-man supporting carry One-and-two-man arms carry One-and-two-man saddleback carry Pack-strap carry Back lift and carry Pistol-belt carry Neck drag Four-hand (packsaddle) carry Four-hand arms carry

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 State the four general rules that apply when using a stretcher. [ref a, ch. 3, p. 3-18] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Explain the importance of personal hygiene and cite examples. [ref. b, ch. 10, pp. 1040 thru 10-43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .26 Explain three methods of purifying water in the field. [ref. b, ch. 10, p. 10-43] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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105 105 HAZARDOUS MATERIAL / HAZARDOUS WASTE ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14167, Naval Safety Supervisor OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Naval Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat COMFIRSTNCDINST 5100.2B Naval Construction Force Occupational Safety and Health Program Manual OPNAVINST 5090.1B CH-4 Environmental and Natural Resource Program Manual 29 CFR Part 1910 General Industry Standards

105.1

Describe the difference between Hazardous Material (HAZMAT) and Hazardous Waste (HW). [ref. c, ch. 5, pp. 5-7 thru 5-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

State the purpose and information contained on the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). [ref. b, ch. 7; ref. c ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

What are the six categories of HAZMAT? [ref. c, ch. 5, p. 5-7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.4

Explain the storage procedures for incompatible material. [ref. d, ch. C23-4 thru C237,appendix. C23-F] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.5

What are the general procedures to be followed when a Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW) spill occurs or is discovered? [ref. f, ch. 10, pp. 10-10 thru 10-19; ref. g, 29 CFR 1910.120] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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State the PPE required when handling HM/HW at levels A, B, C, D [ref. g, 29 CFR 1910.120, app. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

What are the 9 different Hazard classification codes? [ref. h, sec. 173.2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Describe the purpose of secondary labeling of HAZMAT when unit packages (marked packages that are part of a larger container) are removed from the shipping container. [ref. b, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.9

Define the following terms: a. b. c. Hazardous Material Minimization Center (HAZMINCEN) [ref. d, ch. C2303] Consolidated Hazardous Material Reutilization and Inventory Management Program (CHRIMP) [ref. f, ch. 3] Hazardous Materials Inventory Control System (HICS) [ref. f, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Discuss the aspects of portable containment of oils spills on water. [ref. b, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the potential environmental impact of the following: [ref. b, ch. 7] a. b. c. d. Oil spills Grubbing operations Asbestos Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB)

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References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] NAVEDTRA 14326, Storekeeper Basic NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C NAVSUP P- 485 (Rev. 3), Afloat Supply Procedures Manual, Vol. I NAVSO P-3013-2, Financial management of Resources OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4400.3, NCF Supply Manual NAVSUP P-485 (Rev. 3), Navy Supply procedures, Vol. II NAVFAC P-300 Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment NAVSUP P-485, Naval Supply Procedures, Vol. III Army Field Manual 4-0, (FM 4-0) ch 6. Supply and Field Services

106.1

Explain the importance of the Consolidated Shipboard / Shorebased Allowance List (COSAL/COSBAL) in relation to the commands mission and sustainability. [ref. a, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

Discuss the following processes in reference to the COSAL/COSBAL: [ref. f, ch. 2] a. b. COSAL validation COSAL updates

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 What are the 11 Classes of Supply? [ref. j, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the purpose of the Material Obligation Validation (MOV) Program. [ref. i, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the following: a. b. OPTAR [ref. c, ch. 9, par. 9002; ref. d, ch. 4, par. 4000] BOR [ref. c, ch. 9, par. 9125; ref. d, ch. 4, par. 4107]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Discuss the following: a. b. Departmental budget Report [ref. g, ch. 4] Defense Reutilization Marketing Office (DRMO) [ref. c, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 State the criteria for which a requisition cancellation request is warranted [ref. c, ch. 3, par. 3565] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Define the following: [ref. c, ch. 5, par. 5125] a. b. Plant property Minor property

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Discuss what qualifies as a controlled item. [ref. g, app. 9d] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Explain the purpose of the Allowance Change Request (ACR). [ref. h, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the following forms: a. b. c. d. NAVSUP 1250-1/1250-2 [ref. c, ch. 3, par. 3021, 3027] DD-1348 [ref. c, ch. 4, par. 4114] NAVSUP 1149 [ref. c, ch. 4, par. 4119] DD-200 [ref. c, ch. 5, par. 5128]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Define the acronyms and terms and state the responsibilities for the following outlets of Supply: [ref. f ] a. b. c. d. e. ARP CTR CSR MLO Organizational Gear and Clothing

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Define the following abbreviations and acronyms: [ref. f, app. g] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. NSN COG APL AEL NC NIS SIM

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss the purpose of a Report of Deficiency (ROD) (SF-364) and the Quality Deficiency Report (QDR) (SF-368), including the situation requiring its submission. [ref. c, ch. 4, para. 4270, 4274] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Describe the functions of a supply department organization. [ref. c, ch. 1, par.1050] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 28

107 107 COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY MATERIAL SYSTEMS FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] Navy Electronic Key Management System (EKMS 1) MCRP 3-40.3 (series) FMFM 3-36 Radio Operators TM 11-5820-890-10-8 Operators manual, SINCGARS GROUND COMBAT NETRADIO, ICOM PUB. No. 10515-0103-4100, AN/PRC -150 MANPACK Radio Operators manual PUB No. 10515-0109-4100, AN/PRC -117F Operators manual MCWP 6-22 Communications and Information System NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 2

107.1

Discuss Communications Security (COMSEC) and the role of the Electronic Key Management System (EKMS series) Local Element. [ref. a, ch. 4, pg 86] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.2

What is meant by the term Two-Person Integrity (TPI) and how it is related to COMSEC. [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.3

Discuss the following terms: a. b. c. d. e. f. Controlled Cryptographic Item (CCI) [ref. a, ch. 5] Physical Security [ref. a, annex A] Practice Dangerous to Security (PDS) [ref. a, ch. 10] Emergency Action Plan / Emergency Destruction Plan (EAP/EDP) [ref. a, Annex M] Data Transfer Device (DTD) [ref. a, Annex AC] COMSEC Incident [ref. a, ch. 9]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Explain the three different types of Supersessions [ref. a, ch. 2] a. b. c. Regular Irregular Emergency

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Explain the function and the contents of Communications Electronic Operating Instruction (CEOI). [ref. f, ch. 6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Define the following terms: a. Essential Elements of Friendly Information (EEFI) [ref. f, ch. 1 & app. o] b. Commanders Critical Information Requirements (CCIRs) [ref. f, ch. 1] c. Command, Control, Communications, Computers and Intelligence (C4I) [ref. b, ch. 3, appendix n] d. Communications Information System Officer (CISO) [ref. f, ch 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

What is the primary tactical radio used by the NCF and what man-pack is used in infantry operations: [ref. b, ch 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.8

Identify the following capabilities for the Radio Receiver-Transmitter (RT) 1523: (AN/PRC-119): [ref. c] a. b. c. d. e. Characteristics Frequency range Configuration Antennas Power sources

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Identify the following capabilities for the Radio Receiver-Transmitter (RT) 1694 (AN/PRC-150): [ref. d] a. b. c. d. e. Characteristics Frequency range Configuration Antennas Power sources

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Identify the following capabilities for the Radio Receiver-Transmitter (RT) 1796 (AN/PRC 117): [ref. e] a. b. c. d. e. Characteristics Frequency range Configuration Antennas Power sources

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Explain the function of the following communication assets: a. Satellite Signals Navigation set (AN/PSN 11) [ref. c, ch. 3] b. Data Transfer Device (AN/CYZ-10) [ref. c, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date .12 Discuss the proper use of the phonetic alphabet, numerals, and prowords. [ref. b, app. c, d, e] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Explain Line Of Sight (LOS): [ref. b, ch 1-7; ref. c, glossary] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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COMMUNICATIONS / ELECTRONIC KEY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss the purpose of a retransmission (RETRANS) site: [ref. b, ch 6-10; ref. c] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108 108 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] [m] 108.1 NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 NAVEDTRA 14324, Gunners Mate Seabee Battle Skills Guide Vol. 1 NTRP 3-07.2.2 Construction Battle Skills Guide, Book 1, All Hands 2005 Edition TM-SW215-BC-MMO-010, Operators and Maintenance Manual for AN/PVS-12A, Night Vision, Crew Served Weapons FM 3-22.09, M16A1 and M16A2 Rifle Marksmanship TM-SW215-B4-MMO-010, Operators and Maintenance Manual for AN/PVS-12A, Night Vision, Individual Weapon Construction Battle Skills Guide, Book 4, Crew/Team Skills 2005 Edition. TM 9-1010-230-10 Operators Manual Machine Gun, 40mm, MK19, MOD3 TM 9-1005-213-10 Operators Manual Machine Gun, Cal. 50; Browning M2 Heavy Barrel Ch.1, sec. II Pg. 1-5 FM 3-22.68 MCWP 3-15.1 Machine Guns and Machine Gunnery State the four rules of weapon safety. [ref c, ch. 1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Define the four weapon conditions: [ref c, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. Condition one Condition two Condition three Condition four

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 What weapons systems are in the NCF: [ ref. l, ch. 3, ref b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Define the following terms associated with the M16A3 and the M9. [ref. a, ch. 3] a. Malfunction b. Misfire c. Stoppage ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 34

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State the eight steps of operation in a firing cycle. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.6

Explain the differences between semi-automatic and automatic operation. [ref. a, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Define the following terms: [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Trajectory [ch. 3] Breech [app. I] Bore [ch. 3] Chamber [app i] Muzzle [app. I] Muzzle Velocity [app. I] Maximum Range [ref b, ch. 3] Maximum Effective Range [ref b, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss small arms ammunition color codes and state the purpose of each: a. b. c. d. e. Orange or red [ref. a, ch. 3] Violet [ref. a, ch. 3] Black [ref. a, ch. 13] Aluminum [ref. a, ch. 13] Green [ref. a, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 State the maximum range, maximum effective range, employment, rates of fire, and types of ammunition of the following weapons: [ref i] a. M9 Service Pistol b. M-16A3 rifle ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108.10 Discuss loading/unloading procedures for the following weapons: a. b. M9 Service Pistol [ref. b, ch. 3] M-16A3 Rifle [ref. a, ch. 3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Describe and discuss the six types of grenades: [ref. a, ch. 12; ref. d, ch. 13] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Fragmentation Illuminating Chemical Incendiary Smoke Practice/training Concussion

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss hand grenade safety procedures. [ref. a, ch. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Discuss the characteristics and purpose of the Claymore mine. [ref. a, ch. 12] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) The following items apply to the 7.62mm M240B machine gun: .14 Describe the characteristics of the machine gun. [ref. l ch.3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. [ref. ref. l ch.3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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108.16 State the following capabilities/ nomenclature: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Proper employment [ref. l ch.3] FPL/PDF [ref. l ch.5] Maximum effective range [ref. l ch.3] Safeties M240B [ref. l ch.3] Ammunition types [ref. l ch.3] Rates of fire [ref. l ch.3] Types of mounts [ref. l ch.3]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.17

Name the members of a gun team and state what they are responsible for carrying into a combat situation. [ref. a, p. 1-17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) The following items apply to the 40mm machine gun (MK 19):

.18

Describe the characteristics of 40mm machine gun. [ref. j] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.19

Discuss loading/unloading procedures. [ref. j] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.20

State the following capabilities/nomenclature: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Proper employment [ref m, ch. 6, sec. I] FPL/PDF [ref m, ch. 6, sec. I] Arming range [ref. j] Maximum effective range (area target) [ref. j] Maximum effective range (point target)] [ref. j] Rate of fire [ref. j] Safety [ref. j] Ammunition types [ref. j]

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The following items apply to the .50 caliber M2 HB machine gun:

108.21

Describe the characteristics of the .50 caliber M2 machine gun. [ref. k, ch I, sec II, p. 1-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.22 Discuss loading / unloading procedures. . [ref. k, ch I, sec. II, p. 1-5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 State the following capabilities / nomenclature a. b. c. d. e. f. Proper employment [ref m, ch. 6, sec I] FPL/PDF [ref m, ch. 6, sec I] Maximum range [ref k, ch. 1, sec II, p. 1-9] Maximum effective range [ref k, ch. 1, sec II, p. 1-9] Direction of feed [ref k, ch. 1, sec II, p. 1-9] Rates of fire [ref k, ch. 1, sec II, p. 1-9]

__________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Discuss setting headspace and timing on the .50 caliber machine gun. [ref. k, ch. 2, sec III, p. 2-39] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) The following items apply to the 40mm M203 grenade launcher: .25 Describe the characteristics of the 40mm M203 grenade launcher. [ref. i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .26 State the following capabilities/nomenclature: [ref. i] a. Proper employment b. Ammunition type c. Maximum effective range (area target) d. Maximum effective range (point target) e. Maximum range ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 38

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The following items apply to the M500 12-gauge shotgun:

108.27 Describe the characteristics of the M500 12-gauge shotgun. [ref. h, p. R3-19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .28 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. [ref. h, p. R3-20] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .29 State the following capabilities/nomenclature: [ref. h, p. R3-20] a. b. c. Length Safeties Ammunition type

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 Describe the use and purpose of the range card as it relates to each weapon system. [ref. n, ch 4, ref i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.31

Discuss the integration of the weapons systems into an overall defensive fire plan. [ref. n, ch 4, ref i] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.32

Discuss the use and purpose of the following Night Observation Devices (NOD): [ref. c] a. b. c. AN/PVS-7C (night goggles) AN/PVS-12A (M240B, M16, M14) AN/PVS-20 (MK19, M2)

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WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)


Explain the various class of fire: [ref. e, pp. 3-30 thru 3-31] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Grazing Plunging Overhead Fixed Traversing Searching Combined searching and traversing Swinging traverse Free

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References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] 109.1 NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 2 Blue Jackets Manual, 23rd Edition Convoy Operations Hand Book MCRP 4-11.3F Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide, Book 1 Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide, Book 2 Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide, Book 3 Naval Warfare Publication 3-07 JP-1 Doctrine for the Armed Forces U.S. (May 2007) ch.1 Describe the key components of a standard battle load. [ref. a, ch. 2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the construction and the elements of the following dug-in emplacements: [ref. a, ch. 7] a. b. c. A hasty/skirmishers position An improved one-man fighting position An improved two-man fighting position

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Explain the characteristics of the following: [ref. a, ch, 7] a. b. c. Camouflage Cover Concealment

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 State what action should be taken if you are caught in the light of a ground flare and overhead flare? [ref. a, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .5 State the eleven general orders of a sentry. [ref. c, ch. 7] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 41

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Discuss the military aspects of terrain as it applies to a defensive force using the acronym KOCOA. [ref. b, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.7

Discuss the use and care of the following [ref. a, ch. 5] a. b. Topographic map Lensatic compass

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 State the five basic colors used and how they are applied to a military map. [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Describe the Military Grid System: [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Explain resection and intersection. [ref. a, ch. 5] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 State the twelve patrol planning and preparation steps: [ref. a, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Utilizing the acronym BAMCIS, describe the planning process for issuing a fiveparagraph order. [ref. f, Task 2-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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.13 Discuss the five-paragraph order. [ref. a, ch. 11] a. b. c. d. e. Situation Mission Execution Admin and Logistics Command and Signal

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Define and discuss the following reports: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. SALUTE SPOT

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Describe the purpose of the following: [ref. a, ch. 4] a. b. Security patrol Reconnaissance patrol

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Discuss the acronym SAFE as it applies to establishing a defense. [ref. g, p. 3-17] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 What are the three echelons of a defense? [ref. b, ch. 4, p. 4-1 thru 4-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Define and discuss the following. a. b. c. Call for fire for indirect weapon support [ref. a, ch. 14, p. 4-16 thru 4-20] Close Air Support [ref. d, app. b] Fire commands for direct weapon support utilizing the acronym ADDRAC [ref. a, ch. 3]

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Discuss the elements of a fire plan. [ref. b, ch. 2, p. 2-3; ch. 4, pp. 4-2 thru 4-14] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.20 Discuss sectors of fire and fire discipline. [ref. b, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 State the 6 articles of the code of conduct [ref. c, ch. 4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .22 Describe the procedures for handling detainees/Enemy Prisoner of War (EPW). [ref. a, ch. 1, pp. 1-21 thru 1-25; ref. e, p. 1-147 thru 1-154] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Describe force protection conditions and threat levels. [ref. h, ch. 3, p. 3-42] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .24 Discuss employment of rules of engagement. [ref. h, ch. 1, p. 1-6] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Describe the circumstances when deadly force would normally be authorized. [ref. h, ch. 3, p. 3-19] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Describe the three classes of wire entanglement, and how they are used. [ref. a, ch. 8] a. b. c. Protective Tactical Supplementary

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .27 State the purpose of the following. [ref. a, ch. 8] a. b. c. d. Triple-standard concertina fence Double-apron fence Low wire entanglement Tangle-foot

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .28 Discuss the following actions when isolated in an enemy area: [ref. a, ch. 6] g. h. i. Evasion Survival Escape

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .29 Discuss the following fire team formations. [ref. a, ch. 4] a. b. c. d. Column Wedge Skirmishers (right or left) Echelon (right or left)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .30 Describe immediate actions for enemy contact during the following. a. b. Convoy [ref. b, ch. 5] Patrol [ref. a, ch. 4]

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Discuss challenge and password. [ref. a, ch. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.32

Describe the procedures to establish a LZ. [ref. b, ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.33

What information is contained in a nine-line medical evacuation request? [ref. d, app. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) Discuss the purpose of combat hand and arm signals in the field. [ref. a, ch. 11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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.35

Describe what is on the Convoy Commanders checklist. [ref. d, app. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.36

Explain how convoy road routes are classified. [ref. d, I-9] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.37

What factors determine the speed at which a convoy will move? [ref. d, I-14 thru 15] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.38

Discuss the effectiveness and employment of early warning devices and pyrotechnics. [ref. a, pp. 12-11 thru 12-13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 110.1 https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil COMCBPAC/COMCBLANT Instruction 10914.2, Maintenance Management Program for Naval Construction Force (NCF) Camps NAVEDTRA 14265, Utilitiesman Basic, Vol. 1 NAVEDTRA 14259, Utilitiesman Advanced NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Volume 1 NWP 4-04, Naval Civil Engineer Operations JFOB, Joint Forward Operating Base Force Protection Handbook Discuss Engineer Support Plans (ESP). [ref. g, ch 4, p. 4-1, par. 4.2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Discuss the Request for Forces (RFF) process. [ref. g, ch. 4, p. 4-1, par. 4.3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the difference between Contingency planning and Crisis Action planning. [ref. g, ch. 4, p. 4-2, par. 4.7.1 and 4.7.2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Discuss the following as it relates to General Engineering planning tools and considerations. [ref. g, ch. 4, p. 4-6] a. b. c. d. e. f. ESP (par. 4.9.1) ABFC (par. 4.9.3) Facilities (par. 4.9.4) Real Estate (par. 4.9.5) Environment (par. 4.9.6) HN Support (par. 4.9.7)

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Discuss the following logistics support considerations for Seabee units. [ref. g, ch. 4, p. 4-11] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Supply (par. 4.11.1) Maintenance (par. 4.11.2) Transportation (par. 4.11.3) General Engineering (par. 4.11.4) Health Services (par. 4.11.5) Medical Treatment Facilities (par. 4.11.5.1) Medical Evacuations (par. 4.11.5.2) Other Services (par. 4.11.6)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Explain the following construction standards. [ref. g, ch. 5, p. 5-1] a. b. c. Initial/Expedient (par. 5.2.1) Temporary (par. 5.2.2.1) Permanent (par. 5.2.3.1)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Explain the three types of engineering Battlespace Functions that are assigned to the Seabees: [ref. g, ch. 5, p. 5-2, par. 5.3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the following operational situations. [ref. g, ch. 5, p. 5-8] a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. Joint (par. 5.5.1) Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) (par. 5.5.2) Counteracting Restriction to Movement (par. 5.5.4) Jungle (par. 5.5.3) Mountain (par. 5.5.5) Cold Weather (par. 5.5.6) Desert (par. 5.5.7) Gap Crossing (par. 5.5.8) Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT) (par. 5.5.9)

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CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONTD)


Discuss the following Joint Forward Operating Base (JFOB) site selection and layout considerations. [ref. h, ch. 5] a. b. c. d. e. f. General (p. 5-6) Perimeter Security (p. 5-7) Critical Assets (p. 5-8) Utilities (p. 5-9) Occupied Structures (p. 5-10) Commercial/Service Access (p. 5-10)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .10 Explain the fundamentals of a tent camp layout in relation to the following: [ref. f, ch. 10] a. b. c. d. Latrines from messing facilities (p. 10-40) Latrines from water supplies (p. 10-40) Garbage pits from water supplies (p. 10-42) Garbage pits from messing (p. 10-42)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .11 Discuss the purpose of leach fields. [ref. d, ch. 10, p. 10-37] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .12 Discuss the following as it pertains to camp maintenance: [ref. e, ch. 6] a. b. c. d. e. Trouble desk (p. 6-6) Three types of work (p. 6-9) Operator inspection (p. 6-23) Control inspections (p. 6-22) Maintenance inspection (p. 6-18)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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110.13 Discuss the following: [ref. c] a. b. c. Potable water [ch. 2, p. 2-27] Chlorination [ch. 7, p. 7-6] Superchlorination [ch. 2, p. 2-28]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 Discuss the three parts of the Advance Base Functional Component (ABFC) system and explain their relationships: [ref. e, ch. 4, p. 4-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .15 Describe the ABFC View Program and how it facilitates contingency planning [ref. a] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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111 111 CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) WARFARE FUNDAMENTALS

References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] [i] [j] [k] [l] 111.1 TM EE168-DB-OMP-010, Operators and Unit Maintenance Manual (including Repair Parts and Special Tool List) for Alarm, Chemical Agent, Automatic, M-22 NAVEDTRA 14057, Damage Controlman NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 2 TM 3-4240-346-109, Chemical Biological Mask Type, M-40A NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 FM 3-4, NBC Protection NAVMED P-5041, Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries FM 3-3, Chemical and Biological Contamination Avoidance FM 3-5, NBC Decontamination Seabee Battle Skills Guide, Book I TM SS200-AP-MMO-010, Operator Manual for Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Chemical Protective Ensemble FM 3-7, NBC Field Handbook Explain the following: [ref. e, ch. 9] a. b. c. d. Chemical warfare [p. 9-1] Biological warfare [p. 9-2] Radiological effects [p. 9-2) Routes by which agents enter the body [pp. 9-3 thru 9-5]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the purpose of the following. [ref. b and ref. e] a. b. c. d. Protective mask (ref. b, ch. 9, p. 9-1) Chemical protective JSLIST ensemble (ref. b, ch. 9, p. 9-4) Atropine/2PAM Chloride (ref. e, ch. 9, p. 9-8) IM143/PD Pocket dosimeter (ref b, ch. 11, p. 11-5)

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CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) WARFARE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT)


Describe the operation and maintenance of the protective mask. [ref. d] a. Operation [ch. 2] b. Maintenance [ch. 3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Explain the three types of anti-personnel agents and their physical symptoms [ref. e, ch. 9, p. 9-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Describe the following types of nuclear explosions. [ref. b, ch. 10] a. b. c. d. e. Air burst (p. 10-2) High altitude burst (p. 10-3) Surface burst (p. 10-3) Underwater burst (p. 10-3) Underground burst (p. 10-4)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .6 Describe the following effects of nuclear explosions. [ref. b, ch. 10] a. b. c. d. e. Air blast (p. 10-5) Thermal Radiation (p. 10-6) Nuclear radiation (p. 10-6) Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) phenomenon (p.10-7) Fallout (p. 10-7)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Define Mission Oriented Protective Posture (MOPP) and discuss the levels. [ref. f, ch. 2, pp. 2-1 thru 2-3) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Describe the correct procedures for inspecting and maintaining the JSLIST chemical protective ensemble. [ref. k, ch. 2, pp. 2-1 thru 2-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 52

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CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, AND RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) WARFARE FUNDAMENTALS (CONT)


Describe the colors and markings on the NATO CBR marker sign. [ref. e, ch. 9, p. 919] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.10

Describe the color that the M-9 chemical agent detector tape displays after it comes in contact with a liquid nerve or blister agent. [ref. e, ch. 9, p. 9-6) ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

.11

Describe the color that M-8 paper turns after it comes in contact with a liquid nerve or blister agent. [ref. b, ch. 9, p. 9-11] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Explain the following as it applies to nerve agents. [ref. g] a. b. c. Symptoms (ch. 2, p. 2-11) Contents of the NAAK MK1 (appendix e, p. e-1) Treatment (self and buddy aid) (appendix e, p. e-4)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .13 Describe the steps and procedures in utilizing the M-295 and M-291 decontamination kits. [ref. i, ch. 2, p. 2-1 thru 2-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .14 State how long the JSLIST protective suit will provide protection from chemical agents once they are removed from the packaging under the following conditions. [ref. k, par. a] a. b. Exposed to chemical agents Not exposed to chemical agents

___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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111.15 Discuss laundering procedures for the JSLIST protective suit. [ref. k, para. b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .16 Discuss the following types of decontamination. [ref. c, ch. 6, p. 6-6] a. b. c. Immediate Operational Thorough

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .17 Discuss the procedures for setting up a personnel decontamination line. [ref. i, ch. 3, p. 3.1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .18 Discuss the procedures for setting up a detailed equipment decontamination line. [ref. i, ch. 3, p. 3-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .19 Discuss the duties and responsibility of the following CBR team. a. b. c. Personnel DECON [ref i, ch. 4, p. 4-6] Equipment DECON [ref i, ch. 4, p. 4-18] Survey/Monitor Recon Team [ref h, ch. 5, p. 5-1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .20 Discuss how to employ the M-22 chemical alarm system, to include placement of detector and remote alarms. [ref. a, ch. 2, sec 1, p. 2-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .21 Explain the three types of CBR surveys and their uses. [ref h, ch. 5, p. 5-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) 54

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111.22 Describe what type of standard decontamination agent reacts violently with liquid mustard agent. [ref. i, app. b, p. b-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .23 Discuss the following as it relates to CBR. [ref. i, ch. 4] a. b. c. Pre-attack actions [p. 4-0] During attack [p. 4-3] After-attack [p. 4-4]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .25 Discuss the following regarding the M-256 detection kit. [ref. h, ch. 3, p. 3-5] a. b. Types of agents detected Time required to complete test

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .26 Explain the proper steps for donning the JSLIST chemical protective ensemble. [ref j, p. 1-183] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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112 112 EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] [c] [d] [e] [f] [g] [h] 112.1 NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C AMCAW 36-101, Vol. I, AMC Affiliations Program Equipment Preparation Course AMCAW 36-101, Vol. II, AMC Affiliations Program Airlift Planners Course NAVFAC P-1051, Container Operations Manual for the NCF COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4627.1, NCF MPF Operations P-1049, Naval Construction Force Mobilization Manual NWP 4-04.1, Seabee Operations in the MAGTF OPNAVINST 4600.26, TCAIMS II Define the following as applied to embarkation: [ref. c, glossary, a-3] a. b. c. d. e. ACL TALCE Marshalling AACG DACG

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Describe the following as it pertains to how equipment and cargo are to be prepared for air and sea movement. a. b. c. d. Palletization [ref. b, ch. 3, p. 3-1] Weighing and Marking [ref. b, ch. 4, p. 4-1] Shoring [ref. b, ch. 6, p. 6-1] Joint Inspections [ref. b, ch. 7, p. 7-1]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 State the primary use and mission of the following three types of Air Mobility Command (AMC) organic aircraft a. b. c. C-130 [ref c, ch. 3, p 3-1] C-5A [ref c, ch 5, p. 5-1] C-17 [ref c, ch. 8, p 8-1]

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EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT)


Describe the different types of cargo containers that may be used for unit movements. [ref. d, ch. 2, p. 2-1] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the Maritime Prepositioning Force (MPF) [ref. e, ch. 1, p. 1-2] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Define the following as applied to MPF. [ref. e, ch. 1] a. b. c. d. SLRP (p. 1-8) OPP (p. 1-8) AP (p. 1-8) MB (p. 1-9)

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .7 Describe the purpose of shipper declaration for dangerous goods. [ref. b, ch. 7, p. 7-3] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .8 Discuss the information found on a Time-Phased Force Deployment Data (TPFDD). [ref. f, appendix a, p. a-13] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Describe the purpose of TCAIMS II. [ref. h] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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113 113 CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) FUNDAMENTALS


References: [a] [b] 113.1 NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.1, Naval Construction Force Equipment Management Discuss the following Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE). [ref. a] a. b. c. d. e. Automotive Equipment [app. a, p. a-1] Construction Equipment [app. a p. a-2] Materials Handling Equipment (MHE) [app. a, p. a-3] Weight Handling Equipment (WHE) [app. a, p. a-5] Civil Engineering End Item (CEEI) [ch. 2, section 2.10, p. 2-29, par. a]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .2 Explain the importance of the first echelon maintenance. [ref. b, ch. 2, section 1, p. 2-6, par. d, 1b] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .3 Discuss the process for completing the following: [ref. b, ch. 2] a. b. c. Operating checks [section 2, 2201, par. c, p. 2-10] Operator inspection guide trouble report [section 3, 2305, par. a, p. 2-22] Vehicle trip ticket [section 3, 2302, p. 2-15]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .4 Describe the differences and uses of the following: [ref. b, ch. 3] a. b. c. Organizational maintenance [section 2, par. b, p. 3-6] Corrective maintenance [section 2, par. c, p. 3-6] Depot maintenance [section 2, par. d, p. 3-7]

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CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT)


State the NCF/SOU requirement for government licenses. [ref. a, ch. 3, p. 3-33; ref. b, ch. 2, sec. 5, p. 2-36] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss issuing, stowing and types of Collateral Equipage. [ref. b, ch. 2, section 4, p. 2-25 thru 2-29] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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Discuss the responsibilities of the following CESE management positions. [ref. b, ch. 1] a. b. c. Alfa Company Commander - A6. [pg. 1-1] Alfa Company Maintenance Supervisor - A4. [pg. 1-4] Alfa Company Operations Supervisor - A3. [pg. 1-2]

___________________________________ (Signature and Date) .9 Describe the difference between Class A, B and C assigned vehicles. [ref. b, ch. 2, p. 2-4] ___________________________________ (Signature and Date)

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INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS INTRODUCTION


The Watchstation section of your PQS is where you get a chance to demonstrate to your Qualifier that you can put the knowledge you have gained in the previous sections to use. It allows you to practice the tasks required for your watchstation and to handle abnormal conditions and emergencies. Before starting your assigned tasks, you must complete the prerequisites that pertain to the performance of that particular task. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisites is required prior to achievement of final watchstation qualification.

300.2

FORMAT
Each watchstation in this section contains: A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE, which is used to obtain the required signatures for approval and recording of Final Qualification. PREREQUISITES, which are items that must be certified completed before you can begin qualification for a particular watchstation. Prerequisites may include schools, watchstation qualifications from other PQS books, and fundamentals, systems/mission areas, or watchstation qualifications from this book. Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item, the Qualifier must verify completion from existing records. Record the date of actual completion, not the sign-off date. WATCHSTATION Performance, which is the practical factors portion of your qualification. The performance is broken down as follows:

Tasks (routine operating tasks that are performed frequently) Infrequent Tasks Abnormal Conditions Emergencies Training Watches If there are multiple watchstations, a QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY will appear at the end of the Standard.

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INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (CONTD) OPERATING PROCEDURES


The PQS deliberately makes no attempt to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or control or correct a casualty. The only proper sources of this information are the technical manuals, Engineering Operational Sequencing System (EOSS), Naval Air Training and Operating Procedures Standardization (NATOPS) or other policy-making documents prepared for a specific installation or a piece of equipment. Additionally, the level of accuracy required of a trainee may vary from school to school, ship to ship, and squadron to squadron based upon such factors as mission requirements. Thus, proficiency may be confirmed only through demonstrated performance at a level of competency sufficient to satisfy the Commanding Officer.

300.4

DISCUSSION ITEMS
Though actual performance of evolutions is always preferable to observation or discussion, some items listed in each watchstation may be too hazardous or time consuming to perform or simulate. Therefore, you may be required to discuss such items with your Qualifier.

300.5

NUMBERING
Each Final Qualification is assigned both a watchstation number and a NAVEDTRA Final Qualification number. The NAVEDTRA number is to be used for recording qualifications in service and training records.

300.6

HOW TO COMPLETE
After completing the required prerequisites applicable to a particular task, you may perform the task under the supervision of a qualified watchstander. If you satisfactorily perform the task and can explain each step, your Qualifier will sign you off for that task. You may then be required to stand a watch or a number of watches to earn qualification. There are two levels of supervision for this: Under Instruction: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation under the direct supervision of a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to be a one-on-one training situation. Under qualified supervision: You will perform the duties and tasks of the watchstation with minor guidance from a qualified watchstander or supervisor. This is intended to allow you to develop proficiency in and operational environment with minimal oversight or have a supervisor close at hand if needed.

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FINAL QUALIFICATION 301 SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE


NAME_______________________________________ RATE/RANK_____________________

This page is to be used as a record of satisfactory completion of designated sections of the Personnel Qualification Standard (PQS). Only specified supervisors may signify completion of applicable sections either by written or oral examination, or by observation of performance. The examination or checkout need not cover every item; however, a sufficient number should be covered to demonstrate the examinees knowledge. Should supervisors give away their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be expected in future routine operations. This qualification section is to be kept in the individuals training jacket.

The trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this watchstation. Recommend designation as a qualified SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE (NAVEDTRA 43904-C). RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Supervisor RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Division Officer RECOMMENDED_________________________________________ DATE_______________ Department Head QUALIFIED______________________________________________ DATE_______________ Commanding Officer or Designated Representative SERVICE RECORD ENTRY_________________________________ DATE_______________

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WATCHSTATION 301 301 SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE


Estimated completion time: 6 months

301.1

PREREQUISITES FOR OPTIMUM TRAINING EFFECTIVENESS, THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD BE


COMPLETED PRIOR TO STARTING YOUR ASSIGNED TASKS BUT SHALL BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO FINAL WATCHSTATION QUALIFICATION.

305 All Hands Complete NAVEDTRA 43462-1A EKMS User (Lite) Electronic Key Management System (EKMS) Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) 301.1.1 CORRESPONDENCE COURSES: NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 2 Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) NAVEDTRA 14167F, Naval Safety Supervisor Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .2 CERTIFICATION: Basic Life Support-CPR Certification Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date)

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SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE (CONTD)


MAINTENANCE, MATERIAL AND MANAGEMENT (3M) NAVEDTRA 43241-J 301 All Hands - Maintenance Person Completed ___________________________________ (Qualifier and Date) .4 FUNDAMENTALS FROM THIS PQS: 101 General Safety Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 102 Naval Heritage and Doctrine Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 103 Administrative/Command and Control Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 104 Basic First Aid and Personal Hygiene Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 8% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 105 Hazardous Material/Hazardous Waste (HM/HW)/Environmental Safety Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 9% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

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SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE (CONTD)


106 Supply/Logistics Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 107 Communications/Communications Security Material Systems Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 108 Weapons Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 109 General Military Tactics Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 10% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 110 Contingency Operations Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 111 Chemical, Biological, and Radiological (CBR) Warfare Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 10% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 112 Embarkation Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date) 113 Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE) Fundamentals Completed ___________________________________ 7% of Watchstation (Qualifier and Date)

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SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE (CONTD)


TASKS - None. It will be covered under SCW Unit/Type Specific PQS associated with this PQS series. INFREQUENT TASKS- None. Same as TASKS section. ABNORMAL CONDITIONS- None to be observed. EMERGENCIES- None to be discussed. WATCHES- None. EXAMINATIONS No examination is required in order to complete SCW Common Core PQS Watchstation 301. Oral and written testing of the material contained in this Common Core PQS Manual will occur in conjunction with the testing required in a SCW Unit/Type Specific PQS Manual associated with this PQS series.

301.3 301.4 301.5 301. 6 301.7 301.7.1

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NAVEDTRA 43904-C QUALIFICATION PROGRESS SUMMARY FOR SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE
NAME_____________________________________ RATE/RANK___________________ This qualification progress summary is used to track the progress of a trainee in the watchstations for this PQS and ensure awareness of remaining tasks. It should be kept by the individual or in the individual's training jacket and updated with an appropriate signature (Training Petty Officer, Division Officer, Senior Watch Officer, etc.) as watchstations are completed.

301

SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE (SCW), COMMON CORE

Completed ___________________________________ Date_______________ (Signature)

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS


29 CFR Part 1910- General Industry Standards 29 CFR Part 1926- Construction Safety Standards AMCAW 36-101, Vol. I, AMC Affiliation Program Equipment Preparation Course AMCAW 36-101, Vol. II, AMC Affiliation Program Airlift Planners Course Blue Jackets Manual, 23rd Edition COMNAVSURFLANT/COMNAVSURFPACINST 4400.1J, Surface Force Supply Procedures COMFIRSTNCDINST 5100.2B, Naval Construction Force Occupational Safety and Health Program COMFIRSTNCDINST 11200.2, Naval Construction Force Equipment Management COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 3122/1 COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4400.3, NCF Supply Manual COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4627.1, NCF MPF Operations Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide Book 1 Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide Book 2 Construction Battalion Battle Skills Guide Book 3 DOD 4500.54 (Series), Foreign Clearance Guide FM 3-3, Chemical and Biological Contamination Avoidance FM 3-4, NBC Protection FM 3-5, NBC Decontamination FM 3-7, NBC Field Handbook http://www.arlingtoncemetery.net/rdstethe.htm https://abfcview.navfac.navy.mil http://www.nko.navy.mil Joint Forces Operations Base (JFOB) Force Protection Handbook MCRP 4-11.3F, Convoy Operations Handbook MCRP 3-40.3(Series) FMFM 3-36 Radio Operators MCWP 6-22, Communications and Information System Multiservice Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical (NBC) Protection Naval Doctrine Publication 1, Warfare Naval Doctrine Publication 5, Planning Naval Warfare Publication 3-07 NAVEDTRA 14026, Construction Electrician Basic NAVEDTRA 14057, Damage Controlman NAVEDTRA 14144, Military Requirements for Chief Petty Officer NAVEDTRA 14167, Naval Safety Supervisor NAVEDTRA 14233, Naval Construction Force/Seabee 1 & C NAVEDTRA 14234, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 1 NAVEDTRA 14235, Seabee Combat Handbook, Vol. 2 NAVEDTRA 14259, Utilitiesman (Advanced)

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONTD)


NAVEDTRA 14265, Utilitiesman Basic, Vol. 1 NAVEDTRA 14295, Hospital Corpsman NAVEDTRA 14324, Gunners Mate NAVEDTRA 14326, Storekeeper Basic NAVEDTRA 38200-A, Petty Officer Indoctrination Course NAVFAC P-1051 Container Operations Manual for the Naval Construction Force NAVFAC P-1094, Seabee Skills Assessment Manual NAVFAC P-300, Management of Civil Engineering Support Equipment NAVMED P-5041, Treatment of Chemical Agent Casualties and Conventional Military Chemical Injuries NAVSO P-3013-2, Financial Management of Resources NAVSUP P-485 (Rev. 3), Afloat Supply Procedures Manual, Vol. I NAVSUP P-485 (Rev. 3), Afloat Supply Procedures Manual, Vol. II Navy Electronic Key Management System (EKMS 1) NWP 4-04, Naval Civil Engineer Operations NWP 4-04.1, Seabee Operations in the MAGTF NWP 4-04.2.1, Doctrinal Reference for Naval Construction Forces OPNAVINST 3100.6 (series), Special Incident Reporting OPNAVINST 3500.39B, Operational Risk Management OPNAVINST 5090.1B, Environmental and Natural Resource Program Manual OPNAVINST 5100.19D, Naval Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual for Forces Afloat OPNAVINST 5100.23G, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual OPNAVINST 4600.26, TCAIMS II P-1049, Naval Construction Force Mobilization Manual PUB. No. 10515-0103-4100, AN/PRC-150 MANPACK Radio Operators Manual PUB. No. 10515-0109-4100, AN/PRC-117F Operators Manual SECNAV M5510.30, Personal Security Program SECNAV M5510.36, Information Security Program TM 3-4240-346-109, Chemical Biological Mask Type, M-40A TM 11-5820-890-10-8, Operators Manual, SINCGARS Ground Combat Net Radio, ICOM TM EE168-DB-OMP-010, Operators and Unit Maintenance Manual (including Repair Parts and Special Tool List) for Alarm, Chemical Agent, Automatic, M-22 TM SS200-AP-MMO-010, Operator Manual for Joint Service Lightweight Integrated Suit Technology (JSLIST) Chemical Protective Ensemble

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Personal Qualification Standard Feedback Form for NAVEDTRA 43904-C

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