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Naval Start Guide

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Section 1

Question Answer
AALPHA
BBRAVO
CCHARLIE
DDELTA
EECHO
FFOXTROT
GGOLF
HHOTEL
IINDIA
JJULIET
KKILO
LLIMA
MMIKE
NNOVEMBER
OOSCAR
PPAPA
QQUEBEC
RROMEO
SSIERRA
TTANGO
UUNIFORM
VVICTOR
WWHISKEY
XX-RAY
YYANKEE
ZZULU
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Section 2

Question Answer
01001AM
02002AM
03003AM
04004AM
05005AM
06006AM
07007AM
08008AM
09009AM
100010AM
110011AM
120012PM
13001PM
14002PM
15003PM
16004PM
17005PM
18006PM
19007PM
20008PM
21009PM
220010PM
230011PM
240012AM
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Section 3

Question Answer
ADRIFTLoose from moorings and out of control (applied to anything lost, out of hand, or left lying about)
AFT-ENDNear or toward the stern of the vessel
ALL HANDSThe entire ship's company, both officer and enlisted
ALLOTMENTAn amount of money a member has coming out of their regular pay
AYE-AYEReply to an order or command meaning "I understand and will comply"
BARRACKSBuilding where sailors live
BELOWDownstairs
BRIGHTWORKBrass or shiny metal kept polished rather than painted
BUNK OR RACKBed
BOUYAn anchored float used as an aid to navigation or to mark the location of an object
CARRY ONAn order to resume work or duties
CAST OFFTo throw off; to let go; to unfurl
CHAIN LOCKERCompartment in which anchor chain is stowed
CHIT, CHIT BOOKCoupon of receipt book
CHOW HALL (MESS DECK)Place to eat
COLORSRaising or lowering of the national flag;ceremonies held at 0800 and sunset for hoisting and hauling down the national ensign
DEEP SIXTo dispose of by throwing over the side
ENSIGNNational flag; commissioned officer between the ranks of Chief Warrant Officer and Lieutenant Junior Grade
FASTSnugly secured
FATHOMA unit of length (equal to 6 feet) used for measuring the depth of water
FLAG OFFICERAny commissioned officer in paygrade O-7 or above
GALLEYKitchen
GANGWAYAn opening in a bulwark or lifeline that provides access to a brow or accommodation ladder; an order meaning to clear the way
GEAR LOCKERStorage room
GEEDUNKCandy, gum or cafeteria
GENERAL QUARTERSBattle stations
LIBERTYPermission to leave base (usually for not more than 48 hours)
LIFELINELines erected around the weatherdecks of a ship to prevent personnel from falling or being washed over the side
OVERHEADCeiling
PASSAGEWAYHallway
QUARTERSAssembling of all hands for muster, instruction, and inspection
RATINGA job specialty title
REVEILLEWake up; start a new day
SCULLERYPlace to wash dishes
SCUTTLEBUTTDrinking fountain, a rumor
SECURELock; put away or stop work
SICKBAYHospital or medical clinic
SWABMop
TAPSTime to sleep, end of day
TATTOO5 minutes before taps
TOPSIDEUpstairs
TURN TOBegin work
WORKING ALOFTWorking above the highest deck; generally performing maintenance on the ship's mast
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Section 4

 

Question Answer
O-1ENSIGN
O-2LIEUTENANT JUNIOR GRADE
O-3LIEUTENANT
O-4LIEUTENANT COMMANDER
O-5COMMANDER
O-6CAPTAIN
O-7REAR ADMIRAL (LOWER HALF)
O-8REAR ADMIRAL (UPPER HALF)
O-9VICE ADMIRAL
O-10ADMIRAL
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Section 5

 

Question Answer
E-1 (9)SEAMAN RECRUIT
E-2 (9)SEAMAN APPRENTICE
E-3 (6)SEAMAN
E-4 (12)PETTY OFFICER THIRD CLASS
E-5 (36)PETTY OFFICER SECOND CLASS
E-6 (36)PETTY OFFICER FIRST CLASS
E-7 (36)CHIEF PETTY OFFICER
E-8 (36)SENIOR CHIEF PETTY OFFICER
E-9MASTER CHIEF PETTY OFFICER
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Section 6

 

Question Answer
AATTACK (FIXED AND ROTARY)
CCARGO (FIXED AND ROTARY)
EELECTRONIC WARFARE (FIXED)
FFIGHTER (FIXED)
M (FIXED)MULTI-PURPOSE (FIXED)
NSPECIAL TEST, PERMANENT (FIXED)
PPATROL (FIXED)
RRECONNAISSANCE (FIXED)
TTRAINER (FIXED AND ROTARY)
UUTILITY (FIXED AND ROTARY)
XEXPERIMENTAL (FIXED)
HRESCUE (HELP) (ROTARY)
M (ROTARY)MULTI-ROLE (ROTARY)
SANTI-SUBMARINE WARFARE (ROTARY)
VVIP TRANSPORT (ROTARY)
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Section 7

 

Question Answer
C-2AGREYHOUND LOGISTICS AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
C-12HURON LOGISTICS AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
C-20GULFSTREAM LOGISTICS AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
C-21LEARJET USED TO SUPPORT TRAINING (FIXED)
C-26METRO III
C-37AGULFSTREAM V (FIXED)
C-37BGULFSTREAM 550 (FIXED)
C-40ACLIPPER LOGISTICS AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
C-130HERCULES LOGISTICS AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
E-2HAWKEYE EARLY WARNING AND CONTROL AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
E-6BMERCURY AIRBORNE COMMAND POST (FIXED)
EA-6BPROWLER ELECTRONIC WARFARE AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
EP-3E(ARIES II) SIGNALS INTELLIGENCE RECONNAISSANCE AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
F-5N/FADVERSARY AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
F/A-18C/DHORNET STRIKE FIGHTER (FIXED)
F/A-18E/FSUPER HORNET STRIKE FIGHTER (FIXED)
MQ-8BFIRE SCOUT UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) (FIXED)
NU-1BOTTER LIGHT CARGO TRANSPORT (FIXED)
P-3CORION LONG RANGE ASW AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
P-8APOSEIDON MULTI-MISSION MARITIME AIRCRAFT (MMA) (FIXED)
RQ-2APIONEER UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) (FIXED)
RQ-8AFIRE SCOUT UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLE (UAV) (FIXED)
T-6ATEXAN II TURBOPROP TRAINER (FIXED)
T-34CTURBOMENTOR TRAINING AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
T-38TALON SUPERSONIC TRAINER (FIXED)
T-39D/N/GSABRELINER RADAR-NAVIGATIONAL TRAINING AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
T-45AGOSHAWK TRAINING AIRCRAFT (FIXED)
U-6ABEAVER ALL-PURPOSE UTILITY TRANSPORT (FIXED)
AH-1WCOBRA - ATTACK HELICOPTER FOR THE UNITED STATED MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
AH-1ZVIPER - ATTACK HELICOPTER FOR THE UNITED STATED MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
CH-ESEA KNIGHT - CARGO TRANSPORT FOR THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
CH-53DSEA STALLION - CARGO TRANSPORT FOR THE UNITED STATED MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
HH-1NIROQUOIS - SHORE-BASED SEARCH AND RESCUE DUTIES (ROTARY)
HH-60HRESCUE HAWK - SEARCH AND RESCUE (SAR) MISSIONS (ROTARY)
MH-53ESEA DRAGON - Anti-mine warfare, shipboard delivery, transport and assault support. Derived from SEA STALLION (ROTARY)
MH-60R/SSEAHAWK/KNIGHTHAWK - MULTI-MISSION ROTARY (ROTARY)
MV-22BOSPREY - MULTI-MISSION ROTARY/FIXED WING HYBRID USED BY THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
SH-60B/FSEAHAWK - SUBMARINE HUNTER (ROTARY)
TH-6BUNITED STATES NAVAL TEST PILOT SCHOOL'S TEST PILOT TRAINING AIRCRAFT. DERIVED FROM MD-369H (ROTARY)
TH-57SEA RANGER - PRIMARILY USED FOR TRAINING (ROTARY)
UH-1NIROQUOIS - UTILITY HELICOPTER USED BY THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
UH-1YVENOM - UTILITY HELICOPTER USED BY THE UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS (ROTARY)
UH-3HSEA KING - UTILITY HELICOPTER (ROTARY)
VH-3DSEA KING - Executive transport mission for the POTUS (ROTARY)
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Section 8

Question Answer
1To take charge of this post and all government property in view
2To walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing
3To report all violations of the orders I'm instructed to enforce
4To repeat all calls from post more distant from the guardhouse than my own
5To quit my post only when properly relieved
6To receive, obey, and to pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the commanding officer, command duty officer, officer of the deck, and all officers and petty officers of the watch only
7To talk to no one except in the line of duty
8To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder
9To call the officer of the deck in any case not covered by instructions
10To salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased
11To be especially watchful at night, and durung the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority
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