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ORMIdentifying Hazards, Assessing Hazards, Making Risk Decisions, Implementing Controls, Supervise
Instruction That Governs Safety and Mishap reportingOPNAVINST 5102.1D
4 Cat, of hazard severity1, May cause death; 2, May cause major injury; 3, May cause minor injury; 4, Minimal Threat
Max time to file mishap report8 Hours, class A; 30 Days, others
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Battle of Coral SeaMay 1942, First Carrier to Carrier Battle, Lexington Sunk, Yorktown Damaged
Voyage of great white fleet14 month voyage up Hampton roads VA Dec 1907 - Feb 1909; Display Naval dominance; 16 new battle ships; Theodore Roosevelt
Battle of NormandyJune - August 1944; Largest amphib battle; Narmandy France; D-Day; METOC played large part.
MidwayJune 1942; Turning point in WWII; Intercepted Japanese plans to let us know about attack; Yorktown Sunk
GuadalcanalNov 1942; First major offensive action of the pacific war; USS Juneau was torpedoed;
Battle of Leyte GolfOctober 1944; Cut off Japanese supply line;
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Three Levels of WarTactical = A specific Battle/Mission; Operational = Of an entire AOR; Strategic = National
When and why current Navy Core Values were developed1992 By Admiral Frank Kelso because of the 1991 Tailhook incident
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Mission of the NavyMaintain, Train, and equip combat ready naval forces, Deter aggression; Maintain freedom of the seas;
NCANational Command Authority; President, SECDEF
OPCONOperational control; Authority to organize commands and forces in order to accomplish assigned missions.
ADCON Administrative control, Authority over subordinate or other organizations in organizing
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COCOMCombatant Command; Unified command; Broad, continuing mission
Navy COCOMNavy Combatant Commander; Command over all navy units in a COCOM
FLTCOMCommander of 1 of the 7 numbered fleets, and all it's components
TYCOMType command; commander of all the units of a specific type
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EUCOMEuropean Command; Stuttgart, Germany; Enhance transatlantic security
JFCOMJoint Forces Command; Hampton Roads VA; Combatting WMD, Conventional Warfare, Irregular Warfare
SOUTHCOMSouthern Command; Miami, FL; Countering Transnational Organized Crime in the Caribbean and South America
CENTCOMCentral Command; Tampa, FL; Enhancing stability of the countries in the central region of the world
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NORTHCOMNorthern Command; Colorado Springs, CO; Homeland Defense and Civil support in northern America
SOCOMSpecial Operations Command; Tampa, FL; Special Ops and anti-terrorism
TRANSCOMTransportation Command; Scott AFB, IL; Logistics support for all DOD components
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STRATCOM/USSTRATCOMStrategic Command; Offutt AFB, NE; Global Security, OPCON of JFCC's
AFRICOMAfrica Command; Stuttgart, Germany; Enhancing Stability in Africa
USCYBERCOMCyber Command; Fort Mead MD; CNO/Cyberspace
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NSNNational Stock Number, Helps in ordering parts, Identify items
COGCognitive symbol, 2 digits, stores account of material carried
AELAllowance Equipment List, What equipment allowed in a space
APLAllowance Parts List, What parts allowed to use for the equipment in an AEL
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NCNot Carried
NISNot In Stock
SIMSelective Item Management, Inventory control systems for items of high usage
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