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COMBAT WARFARE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Page

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3

INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

DEFINITIONS OF WORDS USED IN PQS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9

INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

101 Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13

102 Basic First Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

103 Weapons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

104 General Military Tactics . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

105 Communications/Communication Security Material . . 35

106 Chemical, Biological, Radiological (CBR) . . . . . 37

107 Embarkation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

108 Logistics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

109 Administration/Command and Control . . . . . . . . 45

110 Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE) . . . . . . 48

111 Contingency Operations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

112 Contingency Construction/Battle Damage Repair . . . 50

113 Camp Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

INTRODUCTION TO WORKSTATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

301 Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist (SCW) . . . . . . 57

LIST OF REFERENCES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The PQS Development Group gratefully acknowledges the assistance


of the following personnel in writing this PQS:

CAPT J. C. MARELLO USMC 20th NCR


EQCM T. E. BENTLEY PHIBCB-2
CUCM R. T. DUBOIS UCT-2 Pt. Hueneme
CUCM J. J. LANCOUR 20th NCR
CUCM J. H. SAMMOND 20th NCR
MGYSGT T. L. SCOTT 20th NCR
UCCM M. D. SIMPSON CBC Pt. Hueneme
EQCM W. TRAHAN 2nd NCB Det Gpt
YNCS R. J. DUGAS 20th NCR
EOCS G. W. KELLEY NETPMSA
EOCS G. P. NAPERT COM3rd NCB
BUCS D. A. NIEZGORSKI NMCB 1
EOCS T. T. TAYLOR COM2nd NCB
SWCS C. F. WERNER COMRNCF
UTC R. L. CHERRY 20th NCR
EOC M. L. CLAIR PHIBCB 1
CMC T. J. CURRIE ACB1
BUC D. F. SHADWELL CBU-404
EOC R. M. SUOMELA CBU-410
SKC G. M. YORK 20th NCR
HM1 D. COMPTON NMCB 1
CM1 C. W. MORGAN PHIBCB-2
Mr. John HUGHES NAVFACENGCOM
Mr. S. R. ROSNOV COM2nd NCB

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INTRODUCTION

1. PQS PROGRAM. PQS is a system for qualifying officers and


enlisted personnel to perform certain duties. It is a
compilation of the knowledge and skills required to qualify for a
specific watchstation/workstation, maintain specific equipment or
perform as a team member within your unit. The PQS Program is
not designed as a training program, but provides many training
objectives. This PQS was written by fleet personnel who are
currently performing in the watchstations/workstations covered in
this package and with many years of experience. They have
determined that these are the minimum requirements for safely and
effectively performing at these watchstations/workstations.

2. APPLICABILITY. This PQS is applicable to all units


authorized to grant SCW qualification as specified in OPNAVINST
1410.1 series.

3. TAILORING. To command tailor this package, first have it


reviewed by one or more of your most qualified individuals.
Delete any portions covering equipment not installed on your
ship, aircraft or unit. Next, add any line items, fundamentals,
and watchstations/workstations that are unique to your command
but not already covered in this package. Finally, the package
should be reviewed by the cognizant department head and required
changes approved by the Commanding Officer or his designated
representative. Retain the approved master copy on file for use
in tailoring individual packages.

4. QUALIFIER. The PQS Qualifier is designated in writing by the


Commanding Officer to sign off individual PQS line items.
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 can be found on the PQS Progress
Chart. For more information on the duties and responsibilities
of PQS Qualifiers, see the PQS Management Guide.

5. CONTENTS. This PQS is divided into two sections. The 100


Section (Fundamentals) contains the fundamental knowledge or book
learning necessary for satisfactory understanding of the
workstation duties. The 300 Section (Watchstations) lists the
tasks you will be required to satisfactorily perform in order to
achieve final PQS qualification for a particular workstation.
Detailed explanations are provided at the front of each section.

6. REFERENCES. The references used during the writing of this


PQS package were the latest available to the workshop at the
time. However, the most current references available should be
used when qualifying with this Standard.

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

8. PQS FEEDBACK REPORTS. This PQS was developed using


information currently 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 by letter or via the Feedback
Report contained in the back of this book. Please Inform us of
new requirements or errors found.

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DEFINITIONS OF WORDS USED IN PQS

AIRCREW EVOLUTION - A grouping of aircrew tasks that measure


performance in the course of a flight

COMPONENTS - Major units that make up a system when properly


connected

COMPONENT PART - A major part of a component

CONTROL/COORDINATION - Refers to the safe performance of multiple


tasks to be accomplished by two or more workcenters/persons at
the same time

CONTROL SIGNAL - A signal used to control electronic or


mechanical devices

EMERGENCY - An event or series of events in progress that will


cause damage to equipment or injury to personnel unless immediate
corrective steps are taken

FUNDAMENTALS - Basic facts, theories, laws or principles (100


Section in PQS)

INFREQUENT TASKS - Tasks performed under casualty conditions or


tasks that are not done as a regular part of watchstation/
workstation routine; may be simulated

INTERLOCK - A protective device to prevent the unsafe operation


of equipment or to sequence the action of systems, components or
component parts

MAINTENANCE ACTION - A maintenance technician qualification that


measures ability to perform a designated task

NORMAL OPERATING VALUE - The point at which satisfactory


performance may be expected

OPERATING LIMITS - Maximum and minimum allowable values

PARAMETER - A variable (temperature, pressure, flow rate,


voltage, current, frequency, etc.) that must be indicated,
monitored, checked or sensed during operation or testing

PROTECTIVE FEATURE - A device designed to prevent damage or


injury

SENSING POINT - The point in a system at which a signal may be


detected

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SET POINT - The value of a parameter at which: (a) an alarm is
set off, (b) operator action is required, (c) valves open or
shut, (d) proper operation stops and damage may occur, or (e) the
optimum value for normal operation is achieved

SOURCES OF POWER - Circuits or devices that supply power, energy


or charge to a component/component part; includes electrical,
mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic

SUPPORT ACTION - A qualification that measures the ability to


perform specific or repetitive tasks that do not involve the
correction of a malfunction or repair of equipment

WORKSTATION - An operator qualification that includes duties,


assignments or responsibilities that an individual may be called
upon to perform (not necessarily limited to a specific time
period) (300 Section in PQS)

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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS

AABFS Amphibious Assault Bulk Fuel System


AACG Arrival Airfield Control Group
ABFC Advanced Base Functional Component
ACL Allowance Cabin Load
ACOC Alternate Command/Combat Operations Center
ACR Allowance Change Request
ADDRAC Alert Direction Description Range Assignment
Control/Command
AEL Allowance Equipage List
AIRDET Air Detachment
ALCE Airlift Control Element
AMC Air Mobility Command
APL Allowance Parts List
ARP Automotive Repair Parts
ASG Afloat Shopping Guide
ATT Air Transportability Training
B/F OPS Barge/Ferry Operations
BA Billets Authorized
BDR Battle Damage Repair
CBR Chemical, Biological, Radiological
CCR Configuration Change Request
CESE Civil Engineer Support Equipment
CMEO Command Managed Equal Opportunity
CMS Communications Security Material System
COC Command/Combat Operations Center
COG Cognizance
COSAL Consolidated Seabee Allowance List
CPO Clothing Protective Overgarment
CPR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
CSP Causeway Self-Powered
CSR Central Storeroom
CTR Central Toolroom
DACG Departure Airfield Control Group
EDVR Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
EPMAC Enlisted Personnel Management Activity Center
FEX Field Exercise
FM Field Manual
GFCI Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters
HAZMIN Hazardous Waste Minimization
JA Joint Airborne
MHE Material Handling Equipment
MLO Material Liaison Office
MLN Management List Navy
MOCC Mount-Out Control Center
MOPP Mission-Oriented Protective Posture
MPF Maritime Prepositioning Force
MSDS Material Safety Data Sheets
NAAK Nerve Agent Antidote Kit
NC Not Carried

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ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS (CONT'D)

NCF Naval Construction Force


NIS Not in Stock
NMP Navy Manning Plan
NSN National Stock Number
OPDS Offshore Petroleum Distribution System
OPTAR Operating Target
POL Petroleum Oil Lubricants
POW Prisoner of War
PRCP Personnel Readiness Capability Program
QDR Quality Deficiency Report
ROD Report of Discrepancy
RRR Rapid Runway Repair
SB Switchboard
SIM Selected Item Management
SLWT Side Loadable Warping Tug
SME Subject Matter Expert
SOP Standard Operating Procedure
TM Technical Manual
TOA Table of Allowance
WHE Weight Handling Equipment

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INTRODUCTION TO FUNDAMENTALS (100 SECTION)

1. 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.

2. SAFETY. Because safety is of paramount consideration, the


first subsection of Fundamentals describes the safety precautions
which apply throughout the PQS.

3. HOW TO COMPLETE. The fundamentals you will have to complete


are listed in the 300 section for each workstation. You should
complete all required fundamentals before starting the
workstation portions of this PQS, since the knowledge gained from
fundamentals will aid you in understanding your workstation
skills. 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
before signing off completion of that fundamental. If you are
requalifying 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
workstation. At the formal qualifying oral board for final
qualification, you may be asked any questions from the
fundamentals required for your workstations.

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS 101

References:

a. OPNAVINST 5100.23B, Navy Occupational Safety and


Health (NAVOSH) Program Manual
b. OPNAVINST 5102.1, Accident Investigation and
Reporting
c. OPNAVINST 4110.2, Hazardous Material Control and
Management Program
d. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 5100.1, Navy
Construction Safety Manual
e. Industrial/Construction Standards 29 CFR 1910/1926
f. OPNAVINST 5100.25A, Navy Recreation, Athletics, and
Home Safety Program
g. OPNAVINST 5100.12, Issuance of Navy Traffic Safety
Program

101.1 Explain the responsibilities of the following personnel


as applied to safety: (ref. a, ch. 2)

a. Commanding Officer/Executive Officer


b. Safety Officer
c. Department Head/Company Commander
d. Supervisor/Platoon Commander
e. All hands

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(Signature) (Date)

.2 Explain the functions of the Safety Policy Committee


and the Safety Supervisors Committee. (ref. a,
chs. 2, 3)

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(Signature) (Date)

.3 State the purpose of a mishap investigation. (ref. b,


ch. 2)

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(Signature) (Date)

.4 Define when a mishap is investigated and who is


responsible for conducting the investigation. (ref. b,
ch. 2)

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(Signature) (Date)

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.5 Define the following injury categories: (ref. b,


chs. 1, 2)

a. Fatal injury or occupational illness


b. Permanent total disability
c. Permanent partial disability
d. Lost time case
e. No lost time case
f. First Aid case

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(Signature) (Date)

.6 Define the following requirements of the Hazardous


Materials program: (ref. a, ch. 7; ref. c, enc. 1)

a. Hazardous material authorized use list and


hazardous material inventory.
b. MSDS
c. Material separation and storage procedures
d. HAZMIN

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(Signature) (Date)

.7 Define the following: (ref. c)

a. Hazardous substance
b. Hazardous waste

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(Signature) (Date)

.8 Explain what construction/shop locations are considered


eye hazard locations. (ref. a, ch. 19)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Explain the different types of eye protection and their


use. (ref. a, ch. 19)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Explain when personnel are required to be entered in a


Hearing Testing program. (ref. a, ch. 18)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.11 Explain when hearing protective devices are required.


(ref. a, ch. 18; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Explain when a combination of insert-type and


circumaural-type hearing protective devices (double
protection) is required. (ref. a, ch. 18; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 Explain who is authorized to perform pest control


operations. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 Explain why the maintenance and use of protective


equipment is necessary. (ref. a, chs. 15, 20; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.15 Explain when temporary electrical power sources


(construction power pole boxes or generators) are
permitted. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.16 Explain the temporary power source inspection and


certification requirements. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.17 Explain when GFCI are required. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.18 Explain the monthly electrical and power equipment


inspection requirements. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.19 Explain the color code location requirements for tools,


cords and machinery. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.20 Describe lockout/tag-out procedures for electrical and


energy sources. (ref. d)

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(Signature) (Date)

.21 Explain the definition of a confined space. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.22 Explain why confined-space engineering requirements


must be identified early in the project planning phase.
(ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.23 Explain who is authorized to certify a confined space


as safe for entry/work. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.24 Define the three basic types of respirators. (ref. a,


ch. 15; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.25 Explain the minimum training requirements for


respirator use. (ref. a, ch. 15)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.26 Explain the following respirator criteria: (ref. a,


ch. 15; ref. d)

a. Use

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.26 b. Care
c. Selection

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(Signature) (Date)

.27 Explain what is required in a written SOP for


respirators. (ref. a, ch. 15; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.28 Define the basic requirements of the Industrial Hygiene


and Work Place Monitoring program. (ref. a, ch. 8;
ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.29 Name the form required for submitting an unsafe/


unhealthful report. (ref. a, ch. 10; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.30 State the basic reporting procedures required when an


unsafe/unhealthful report is submitted. (ref. a,
ch. 10; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.31 What is the Navy Recreation, Athletics, and Home Safety


program? (ref. f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.32 Explain the basic requirements of the following:


(ref. g, enc. 1)

a. Seat belt restraint systems


b. Speed limits, maximum driving and concurrent on-
duty time
c. Use of portable headphones, earphones or other
listening devices
d. Crew/troop transporting

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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101 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

101.33 State the reasons for good housekeeping in


construction/shop spaces. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.34 Explain the usage of the following personal protective


equipment/clothing: (ref. a, ch. 20; refs. d, e)

a. Long sleeve shirts


b. Hats
c. Goggles
d. Gloves
e. Steel-toed shoes
f. Rubber aprons
g. Lifeline

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.35 What is the importance of a command asbestos policy?


(ref. a, ch. 17; ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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102 BASIC FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS 102

References:

a. NAVEDTRA 10669-C, Hospitalman 3 & 2


b. NAVEDTRA 12081, Standard First Aid

102.1 State the proper way and proper sequence to examine an


injured person.

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(Signature) (Date)

.2 State the reason for not moving an injured person


unless absolutely necessary.

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(Signature) (Date)

.3 Describe the signs, symptoms and treatment of shock.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Explain why you should not give an unconscious person


anything by mouth.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Describe CPR and how many (ratio) breaths to


compressions of the heart per minute are necessary when
administering it.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 Explain how foreign objects are removed from the throat


of a choking person.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 Describe the three types of bleeding.

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(Signature) (Date)

.8 Identify the major pressure points of the body.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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102 BASIC FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

102.9 Describe the first aid treatment for a sucking chest


wound.

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(Signature) (Date)

.10 Describe the first aid treatment for a casualty injured


by a concussion grenade explosion displaying the
following symptoms:

a. Vomiting dark blood


b. Nose bleed
c. Small amount of bleeding from the ears

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(Signature) (Date)

.11 Describe the first aid treatment for a person with a


suspected spinal injury.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Describe the three degrees of burns.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 Describe the first aid treatment for the following


injuries:

a. White phosphorus burn on back


b. Chemical burn on arm
c. Flash burn to eyes
d. Chemical burn to eyes

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 Describe the symptoms and treatment of:

a. Heat stroke
b. Heat exhaustion
c. Heat cramps

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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102 BASIC FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

102.15 Explain how heat casualties in the field may be


prevented.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.16 Describe frostbite and immersion foot.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.17 Describe signs and symptoms when general loss of body


heat occurs to a person exposed to extreme cold
(hypothermia).

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.18 Explain how cold injuries can be prevented.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.19 Describe the symptoms and first aid treatment for a


joint dislocation.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.20 Explain when and why a cold pack or heat pad would be
used on a sprain.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.21 Describe the procedure for removing ticks.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.22 Describe the first aid treatment for snake bites.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.23 State what iodine tablets are, and explain their use.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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102 BASIC FIRST AID FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

102.24 State three methods of purifying water in the field.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.25 List the items in the individual first aid kit and
explain two things to look for when checking their
condition.

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(Signature) (Date)

.26 Describe how to reinforce a battle dressing.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.27 Explain the importance of personal hygiene in the


field.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.28 Describe how to splint a simple fracture.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS 103

Reference:

a. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook


b. NAVEDTRA 10185-C1, Gunner's Mate G 3 & 2
c. FM 23-35, U.S. Army Field Manual Pistols and
Revolvers
d. U.S. Army TM 9-1010-230-23 & P, Machine Gun MK 19
e. U.S. Army TM 9-1010-230-10, 40 mm Machine Gun MK
19, Operator's Manual

GENERAL ORDNANCE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS

103.1 How do you unload a pistol/magazine-fed weapon?


(ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.2 When is the safety moved to the OFF or FIRE position?


(ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.3 In what condition should a weapon be when first


acquired? (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.4 Discuss the safety checks required of a weapon prior to


firing. (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.5 What procedures must be followed prior to opening the


bolt when a weapon misfires or hangfires? (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

WEAPONS
.6 What are the eight steps of operation in a firing
cycle? (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.7 Explain the differences between semiautomatic and


automatic operation. (ref. b)

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(Signature) (Date)

.8 Define the following terms: (ref. a)

a. Trajectory
b. Breech
c. Bore
d. Chamber
e. Muzzle
f. Muzzle velocity
g. Maximum range
h. Maximum effective range

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(Signature) (Date)

.9 Define the various rates of fire. (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.10 Define hot gun/cold gun procedures for the following:


(ref. a)

a. Machine gun 7.62 mm M-60


b. Machine gun .50-caliber M2 HB

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(Signature) (Date)

.11 Discuss the following: (ref. a)

a. Misfire
b. Cookoff
c. Runaway gun
d. Hangfire

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(Signature) (Date)

AMMUNITION
.12 Identify ammunition types by using color codes (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

7.62MM M60 MACHINE GUN

103.13 Describe the 7.62 mm M60 machine gun. (ref. a, ch. 4)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. (ref. a, ch. 4)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.15 State the following capabilities/characteristics:


(ref. a)

a. Length
b. Weight
c. Maximum range
d. Maximum effective range
e. Safeties
f. Ammunition types
g. Rates of fire
h. Types of fire
i. Types of mounting pods

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(Signature) (Date)

.16 Name the three types of emplacements that might be


employed in a defensive position. (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.17 Name the members of a gun team and what they are
responsible for carrying into a combat situation.
(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.18 How are tracer rounds used? (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

40 MM MACHINE GUN MK 19

103.19 Describe the 40 mm machine gun. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.20 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. (ref.e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.21 State the following capabilities/characteristics:

a. Length (ref. d)
b. Weight (ref. d)
c. Maximum range (ref. d)
d. Arming range (ref. e)
e. Muzzle velocity (ref. d)
f. Rate of fire (ref. d)
g. Safety (ref. d)
h. Ammunition types (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.50-CALIBER M2 HB MACHINE GUN


.22 Describe the operation of the .50-caliber M2 machine
gun. (ref. a)

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(Signature) (Date)

.23 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.24 State the following capabilities/characteristics of the


.50 caliber M2 HB machine gun: (ref. a)

a. Length
b. Weight
c. Maximum range
d. Maximum effective range
e. Muzzle velocity
f. Direction of feed

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.24 g. Rates of fire


h. Types of fire

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.25 Discuss setting headspace and timing on the .50-caliber


machine gun. (ref. a)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

60 MM MORTAR M 224

.26 What are the tactical purposes of this weapon? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.27 Describe the two methods of firing (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.28 Describe loading/unloading procedures (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.29 State the following capabilities/characteristics:


(ref. a)

a. Length
b. Weight
c. Ammunition types
d. Maximum/minimum elevation
e. Propellant increment charges
f. Safety

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

40 MM M203 GRENADE LAUNCHER


.30 Describe the 40 mm M203 grenade launcher. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.31 Describe how the weapon is held when fired. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.32 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.33 State the following capabilities/characteristics:


(ref. a)

a. Weight
b. Ammunition type
c. Maximum effective range (area target)
d. Maximum effective range (point target)
e. Minimum range (combat)
f. Minimum range (training)
g. Maximum range

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

12-GAUGE SHOTGUN
.34 Describe the operation of the 12-gauge shotgun.
(ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.35 Discuss loading/unloading procedures, both from


magazine and barrel. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.36 State the following capabilities/characteristics of the


12-gauge shotgun: (ref. a)

a. Length
b. Magazine capacity
c. Safeties
d. Ammunition type

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

.45-CALIBER PISTOL

103.37 Describe the .45-caliber pistol. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.38 Discuss loading/unloading, safety and clearing of


weapon procedures. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.39 State the following capabilities/characteristics:


(ref. c)

a. Length
b. Weight
c. Maximum range
d. Maximum effective range
e. Muzzle velocity
f. Safeties
g. Magazine capacity

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

5.56 mm M16A1 RIFLE


.40 Describe the 5.56 mm M16A1 rifle. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.41 Describe how the weapon is held when fired. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.42 Discuss loading/unloading procedures. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.43 State the following capabilities/characteristics of the


5.56 M16A1 rifle: (ref. a)

a. Length
b. Weight
c. Maximum range

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103 WEAPONS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

103.43 d. Maximum effective range


e. Muzzle velocity
f. Safeties
g. Magazine capacity
h. Types of ammunition
i. Rates of fire
j. Modes of fire

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

GRENADES

.44 Describe the five different types of grenades. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.45 Discuss hand grenade safety procedures. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.46 Fragmentation and chemical hand grenades are used


primarily against what type of targets? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.47 When, if ever, can the safety pin of the MK 1


illuminating grenade, be replaced? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

M18A1 CLAYMORE MINE


.48 Describe the M18A1 Claymore mine. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.49 Discuss the placement, arming and the safety


requirements of the Claymore mine. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.50 Describe the coverage and methods of fire. (ref. a)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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104 GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS 104

References:

a. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook


b. FM 0-30
c. Bluejackets' Manual
d. FM 6-5

104.1 Name the components of the 782 gear. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Describe the construction and the elements of: (ref. a)

a. A hasty individual position.


b. An improved one man fighting position.
c. An improved two man fighting position.

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 What are the general rules of camouflage? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 How long does it take your eyes to adapt to the dark


and what are the effects of darkness on how you will
see colors? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 What action should be taken if you are caught in the


light of a ground flare at night? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 Discuss the military aspects of terrain as it applies


to a defensive force. (ref. a)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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104 GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

104.7 Explain the procedures to orientate a map utilizing a


lensatic compass. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 What are the five basic colors used and how are they
applied to a military map? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Describe the grid system utilized on all military maps.


(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Define the five paragraph order. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 Discuss the contents of each paragraph of the five


paragraph order. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Describe the purpose of a security patrol. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 What are the twelve patrol planning and preparation


steps? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 What is the purpose of the warning order for a security


patrol? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.15 What is the objective of defense? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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104 GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

104.16 What are the first four priorities of defense? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.17 Discuss the three echelons of a defense. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.18 What are the six elements of a fire command ADDRAC


(Squad level)? (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.19 Describe the procedure used to Call for Fire. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.20 What are the three combat positions used in a defense?


(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.21 Describe sectors of fire. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.22 What are the placement considerations for machine gun


emplacements for defense? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.23 Describe the fire control measures for machine gun in


defense element. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.24 While in a defensive formation, at what rate of fire,


per minute, is the average Seabee rifleman and
automatic rifleman trained to fire? (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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104 GENERAL MILITARY TACTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

104.25 Describe the duties and responsibilities of the


following members of a squad: (ref. a)

a. Squad leader
b. Grenadier
c. Fire Team Leader
d. Automatic Rifleman
e. Rifleman Number 1
f. Rifleman Number 2

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.26 State what information under the Code of Conduct you


are required to give to your captors if you are taken
as a POW. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.27 Describe the basic responsibilities of a service member


as a POW. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.28 Describe the procedures for handling detainees/POWs.


(ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.29 Define deadly force. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.30 Describe circumstances when deadly force would normally


be authorized. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.31 Recite the eleven general orders of a sentry. (ref. c)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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105 COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATION SECURITY MATERIAL 105
SYSTEM (CMS) FUNDAMENTALS

References:

a. OPNAVINST 5510.1H, Information and Personnel


Security Program Regulation
b. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook
c. TM 11-5810-256-12, Operation Manual KY57
d. TM 11-5810-280-12, Operation Manual KY65

105.1 Describe the assembly and operation of the AN/PRC-77


radio. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Describe the capabilities of the AN/PRC-104 radio.


(ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 What is the mission of the CMS? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Explain why improper CMS practices are dangerous to


security. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 What is meant by the term Two-Person Integrity (TPI)?


(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 Describe the terms "encryption" and "authentication" as


applied to CMS procedures? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 Utilizing the phonetic alphabet, spell your full name.


(ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

35
105 COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATION SECURITY MATERIAL SYSTEM
(CMS) FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

105.8 What are the four precedence prowords normally used in


handling radio messages? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Describe the associated communications gear for the


AN/PRCs listed in questions .1 and .2 that enables the
equipment to be classified as CMS equipment.
(refs. c, d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 What is the purpose of hand and arm signals in the


field? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 Name the primary and secondary means of communications


when in the defense area. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 State three factors that affect the capabilities of


radio communications. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 What is the purpose of the SB 22? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 Explain BEADWINDOW. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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106 CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) 106
FUNDAMENTALS

References:

a. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook


b. FM 9-15
c. MCU 2/P Operation and Maintenance Manual
d. NAVSEA S9086-QH-STM-000/Shipboard BW/CW Defense and
Countermeasures, ch. 470
e. Subject Matter Expert (SME)
f. FM 3-3
g. FM 3-5

106.1 Describe the correct procedures for donning the


chemical protective mask. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Describe the correct procedure for donning the chemical


protective overgarments. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 Describe the colors and markings on the NATO


biological, chemical and radiological marker signs.
(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Define and explain the four MOPP levels. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 What color does the M-9 chemical agent detector paper


turn after it comes in contact with a liquid nerve or
blister agent? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 How and when is NAAK MK 1 administered? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

37
106 CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) FUNDAMENTALS
(CONT'D)

106.7 What chemical agent is the NAAK MK 1 designed to


counteract? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 If symptoms persist or reoccur when using NAAK, how


many minutes must be allowed between each set of
injections? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Pinpointing of the pupils and twitching of the muscles


indicate exposure to what type of chemical agent?
(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 What is the maximum number of atropine injections that


should be administered to an unconscious victim?
(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 How are unconscious victims marked after administering


atropine? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Describe the steps and procedures in utilizing the


M258Al and M291 decontamination kits. (refs. a, e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 What chemical agent has the capability of rapidly


breaking down the filter elements of the protective
mask? (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

38
106 CHEMICAL, BIOLOGICAL, RADIOLOGICAL (CBR) FUNDAMENTALS
(CONT'D)

106.14 Describe the effects of moisture/water on mask filter


elements. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.15 How long will the MK-III CPO suit provide protection
from chemical agents once they are removed from the
packaging? (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.16 Describe the procedure for setting up a personnel


decontamination station. (refs. a, g)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.17 What is the optimum location and distance from each


unit for setting up the M8Al chemical alarm? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.18 What agent will the M8A1 detect? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.19 Explain the three types of CBR surveys and their uses.
(refs. e, f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.20 What type of standard decontamination reacts violently


with liquid mustard agent? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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107 EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS 107

References:

a. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 3120.1,
Embarkation Manual
b. MAC Pamphlet 50-13
c. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 1500.20
d. NCF Manual (P-315)
e. OPNAVINST 5450.46J, Doctrine and Policy Governing
U.S. Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCBS)
and Construction Battalion Units (CBUS)
f. TB 55-46-1
g. NAVSUP PUB 505

107.1 Describe the organization and makeup of an air det, air


echelon and sea echelon, and state their required
deployable time frames. (refs. a, d, e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Explain the operations of the Battalion MOCC. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 Who is responsible for the operation of the MOCC?


(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Identify embarkation training requirements.


(refs. a, c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Define the following as applied to embarkation:


(ref. a)

a. ACL
b. ALCE
c. Marshalling
d. AACG
e. DACG

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

40
107 EMBARKATION FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

107.6 Describe how equipment and cargo are to be prepared for


air/sea movement. (refs. a, b, f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 Name three types of AMC organic aircraft and their


primary use and mission. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 Name the manual(s) governing the handling of hazardous


cargo for air, land and sea movement. (refs. a, g)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Identify the six essential convoy personnel positions


and their duties and responsibilities that are to be
considered for a unit movement. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Explain the three color classifications used to


determine convoy road routes. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 What factors determine the speed at which a convoy will


move? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Describe the different types of cargo containers the


NCF may use for unit movements. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

41
108 LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS 108

References:

a. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4400.3A, NCF Supply


Manual
b. NAVSUP P-485, Afloat Supply Procedures
c. NAVSO P-3013, Financial Management of Resources

108.1 Define the following:

a. Minor and plant property (ref. a)


b. Personnel support equipment (ref. a)
c. Controlled equipage (refs. a, b)
d. Project bill of material (ref. a)
e. OPTAR (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 State the three echelons and purpose of each in the


TOA. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 What is the COSAL? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Define the purpose of the ACR. (refs. a, b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Define the purpose of the following forms: (refs. a, b)

a. NAVSUP 1250-1/1250-2
b. DD1348
c. NAVSUP 1149
d. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB 4400/3
e. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB 4400/5

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

42
108 LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

108.6 What kind of information can be found in the following:


(ref. b)

a. MLN
b. ASG

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 State the procedures for requesting material through


the Navy Supply System. (refs. a, b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 State the responsibilities for the following functional


outlets: (ref. a)

a. ARP
b. CTR
c. CSR
d. Greens Issue/Infantry Gear/Special Clothing
e. MLO

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Define the following abbreviations and acronyms:


(ref. b)

a. NSN
b. COG
c. APL
d. AEL
e. NC
f. NIS
g. SIM

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Discuss the contents of the survey request (DD Form


200). When is it used? (refs. a, b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

43
108 LOGISTICS FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

108.11 Discuss the purpose of a ROD (Standard Form 364) and


the QDR (Standard Form 368), including the situation
requiring its submission. (refs. a, b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

44
109 ADMINISTRATION/COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS 109

References:

a. OPNAVINST 3120.32B, Standard Organization and


Regulations of the U.S. Navy (SORM)
b. NAVFAC P-315
c. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 3120.1,
Embarkation Manual
d. BUPERSINST 1080.1, Enlisted Distribution
Verification Report
e. OPNAVINST 5354.1, Navy Equal Opportunity (EO)
Manual
f. BUPERSINST 1616.9, Navy Enlisted Performance
Evaluation Manual
g. OPNAVINST 5510.1H, Information and Personnel
Security Program Regulation
h. BUPERS Manual
i. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat handbook
j. NAVFAC P-458, PRCP Interviewers Guide section,
vol. 1

109.1 Describe the duties and responsibilities of the


following personnel: (refs. a, b)

a. Commanding Officer
b. Executive Officer
c. Command Master Chief
d. Military Advisor
e. S-1 Admin Officer
f. S-2 Training/Intel Officer
g. S-3 Operations Officer
h. S-4 Supply Officer
i. Company Commanders
j. Platoon Commanders

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 State the mission of each of the following commands:


(ref. b)

a. Naval Mobile Construction Battalion


b. Construction Battalion Unit
c. Construction Battalion Maintenance Unit
d. Amphibious Construction Battalion
e. Underwater Construction Team
f. Naval Construction Force Support Unit

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

45
109 ADMINISTRATION/COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS
(CONT'D)

109.3 What is the function of the following companies within


the battalion? (refs. b, i)

a. Alfa
b. Bravo
c. Charlie/Delta
d. Headquarters

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Define operational and administrative control. (ref. i)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Describe the command and control structure of a Naval


Construction Force command. (ref. i)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 Describe the purpose of Operational Plans (OPLANs),


Operational Orders (OPORDs), Warning Orders, and
Execution Orders. (refs. b, i)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 State the purpose and describe the following:


(refs. b, c, i)

a. COC/ACOC
b. MOCC
c. FEX
d. AIRDET

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 State the purpose of the EDVR. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 Explain what BA and NMP are. (ref. d, h)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

46
109 ADMINISTRATION/COMMAND AND CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS
(CONT'D)

109.10 Describe the functions of EPMAC and the Detailers.


(refs. d, h)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 Discuss the purpose of the CMEO program. (ref. e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Describe the purpose of the enlisted evaluation process


and individual rights allowed under the evaluation
system. (ref. f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.13 Explain the difference between a security clearance and


access. (ref. g)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.14 Describe the purpose of the PRCP. (ref. j)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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110 CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT (CESE) 110
FUNDAMENTALS

References:

a. NAVFAC P-404
b. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 11200.1
c. NAVEDTRA 10640-Jl, Equipment Operator 3 & 2
d. NAVEDTRA 10644-Gl, Construction Mechanic 3 & 2
e. Subject Matter Expert (SME)
f. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Warfare Specialist

110.1 Describe how to combat-harden a personnel carrier


vehicle. (refs. e, f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Define the following terms: (refs. a, e)

a. CESE
b. MHE
c. WHE
d. POL

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 Explain the importance of proper operator equipment


maintenance and operation. (refs. c, d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Explain the procedures in filling out and submitting an


operator's inspection guide, trouble report (hardcard),
and vehicle trip ticket. (refs. a, b, c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 What is the difference between organic and augment CESE


and how are they identified in a NCF unit?
(refs. a, b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 What is the purpose of the Battalion Equipment


Evaluation Program (BEEP)? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 How is a Standard Form 91 utilized? (refs. a, b, c)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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111 CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS FUNDAMENTALS 111

References:

a. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook


b. Subject Matter Expert (SME)
c. NAVEDTRA 10646, Builder 3
d. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCF OPLAN 9000
e. NAVFAC P-401, Pontoon Systems Manual
f. NWP-22

111.1 Explain the fundamentals of a tent camp layout.


(refs. a, b, c)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Explain the procedures for RRR. (refs. b, d)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 How are causeway sections transported with the


Amphibious Readiness Group? (ref. f)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 State the purpose of the AABFS. (refs. e, f)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Describe Barge Ferry Operations as it applies to MPF


off load. (refs. e, f)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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112 CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION/BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR 112
FUNDAMENTALS

References:

a. NAVFAC P-437, Facilities Planning Guide


b. NAVFAC P-405, Planning and Estimating Handbook
c. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4400.3A, NCF Supply
Manual
d. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCF OPLAN 9000
e. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 5440

112.1 Describe the information found on a Level II. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Describe a typical Level I and how it is generated and


updated. (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 What are the purposes of the Quality Control and the


Project Safety Plans contained in the project package?
(ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 Describe the duties and responsibilities of the MLO


within the battalion organization. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 Explain the procedures for receipt and storage of


project material within MLO. (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 Describe the procedures for issuing project material


from MLO. (ref. c)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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112 CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION/BATTLE DAMAGE REPAIR
FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

112.7 Define the importance in attaining and maintaining


complete and accurate Construction Activity Summary
Sheets for proper project management. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 Define the three parts of the ABFC System and explain


their relationships. (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 State how many members are to be trained at a battalion


level to satisfy the requirements of RRR. (ref. d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Describe the duties and responsibilities of a damage


assessment team and what type of equipment is necessary
to perform their mission under BDR/RRR. (ref. e)

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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113 CAMP SUPPORT FUNDAMENTALS 113

References:

a. COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 11014.2
b. NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook
c. NAVMED P-5010
d. NAVEDTRA 12532, Utilitiesman 3
e. NAVEDTRA 10662, Utilitiesman 2
f. NAVEDTRA 12523, Construction Electrician 3
g. NAVEDTRA 10636-J, Construction Electrician 3 & 2
h. EM-385-1-1, Safety and Health Requirements Manual

113.1 What is the purpose of the trouble desk as it relates


to Camp Maintenance? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 What are the three types of inspection performed on


camp facilities/equipment? (ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.3 What are the three types of work in camp maintenance?


(ref. a)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.4 What is the purpose of maintaining operator logs for


camp equipment? (refs. d, e)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.5 What is the minimum distance a latrine can be located


from a mess facility and/or water supply? (ref. b)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.6 What is the minimum distance garbage pits can be


located from: (ref. b)

a. Water supply
b. Messing facilities

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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113 CAMP SUPPORT FUNDAMENTALS (CONT'D)

113.7 What is the purpose of ground rods used with portable


electrical distribution systems? (ref. g)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.8 What is the difference between super-chlorination and


chlorination? (ref. c)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.9 What is the purpose of leach fields? (refs. c, d)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.10 Name the four general classes of fires and what type of
fire extinguisher is used on each. (ref. h)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.11 What is the purpose of generator sheltering? (ref. f)

_______________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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INTRODUCTION TO WATCHSTATIONS (300 SECTION)

1. 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 Fundamentals section to
use. This section 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 fundamentals that pertain to the performance of that
particular task. Satisfactory completion of all prerequisite
watchstations, fundamentals is required prior to achievement of
final watchstation qualification.

2. FORMAT. Each watchstation in this section contains:

a. A FINAL QUALIFICATION PAGE which is used to obtain the


required signatures for approval and recording of Final
Qualification.

b. A QUALIFICATION SUMMARY which is used to record


completion of all requirements for qualification at that
watchstation, broken down as follows:

(1) PREREQUISITES. Prerequisites are items that must


be certified as having been completed before you can begin
qualification for a particular watchstation. Prerequisites may
include schools, watchstation qualifications from other PQS
booklets and other watchstation qualifications from this booklet.
Prior to signing off each prerequisite line item, the Qualifier
must verify completion from existing records. The date is the
date of actual completion, not the sign-off date. No points or
percentages are assigned for prerequisites.

(2) FUNDAMENTALS. These are the required fundamentals


from the 100 section of this PQS booklet and are in addition to
fundamentals you may have completed for other watchstations.
Normally all fundamentals must be completed and signed off here
prior to starting the watchstation (section 300) tasks, however,
the Qualifier has the option of allowing you to start selected
watchstation tasks after completing the fundamentals pertaining
to the performance of those particular tasks.

c. WATCHSTATION. This is the Practical Factors portion of


your qualification. It is broken down as follows:

(1) Tasks - routine operating tasks that are performed


frequently

(2) Infrequent Tasks

(3) Abnormal Conditions

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(4) Emergencies

(5) Training Watches

3. OPERATING PROCEDURES. The PQS deliberately makes no attempt


to specify the procedures to be used to complete a task or to
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.

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 designated items with your Qualifier.

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.

6. HOW TO COMPLETE. After completing the required fundamentals


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. After all line items
have been completed, your Qualifier will verify Final
Qualification by signing and dating the Final Qualification
pages.

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NAVEDTRA 43535

FINAL QUALIFICATION AS
SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE SPECIALIST (SCW)

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 examinee's knowledge. Should supervisors
"give away" their signatures, unnecessary difficulties can be
expected in future routine operations.

This qualification section is to be maintained by the trainee


and updated to ensure awareness of remaining tasks.

----------------------------------------------------------------
Trainee has completed all PQS requirements for this
workstation. Recommend designation as a qualified SEABEE COMBAT
WARFARE SPECIALIST (SCW) (NAVEDTRA 43535).

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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301 WORKSTATION - SEABEE COMBAT WARFARE SPECIALIST 301
(SCW)

Estimated completion time: 56 weeks

Total points this workstation: 100

301.1 PREREQUISITES
Before starting your assigned tasks, complete the following:

301.1.1 Fundamentals From This PQS:

101 Safety Precautions

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

102 Basic First Aid

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

103 Weapons

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

104 General Military Tactics

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

105 Communications/Communication Security Material

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

106 Chemical, Biological, Radiological (CBR)

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

107 Embarkation

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

108 Logistics

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

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301.1.1 Fundamentals From This PQS: (CONT'D)

109 Administration/Command and Control

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

110 Civil Engineer Support Equipment (CESE)

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

111 Contingency Operations

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

112 Contingency Construction/Battle Damage Repair

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

113 Camp Support

Completed________________ 4 pts/4% of Workstation


(Qualifier/Date)

301.2 TASKS
For the tasks listed below:

A. What are the steps of this procedure?


B. What are the reasons for each step?
C. What control/coordination is required?
D. What means of communications are used?
E. What safety precautions must be observed?
F. Perform this task IAW Command's SOP.

A B C D E F
FIRST AID

301.2.1 Conduct CPR X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.2 TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
WEAPONS

301.2.2 a. Load and unload the .45-caliber pistol


magazine X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

b. Load and unload the .45-caliber pistol


with drill ammunition X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

c. Fieldstrip the .45-caliber pistol X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

d. Clean and lubricate the .45-caliber


pistol X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

e. Assemble the .45-caliber pistol X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

f. Qualification-fire the .45-caliber


pistol X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

WEAPONS
.3 a. Disassemble the 5.56 mm M16 rifle X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

b. Clean and lubricate the 5.56 mm M16


rifle X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.2 TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
301.2.3 c. Assemble the 5.56 mm M16 rifle X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

d. Load and unload the magazine with


drill ammunition X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

e. Load and unload the 5.56 mm M16 rifle


with drill ammunition X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

f. Qualification fire the 5.56 mm M16


rifle X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

TACTICS
.4 a. Inspect, assemble, and perform
maintenance on 782 gear X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

b. Camouflage yourself and your


personal equipment X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

c. Utilizing a grid map and protractor,


give the eight digit coordinate for a
specified location X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.2 TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
301.2.4 d. Measure the straight line and curved
distance between two identical
locations on a grid map X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

e. Utilize the lensatic compass to


orientate a grid map X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

f. Utilize the lensatic compass to


determine the forward and back
azimuths for a given location X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

g. Draw a squad fire plan X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

h. Demonstrate tactical hand signals


in small unit movements X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
MATERIAL SYSTEM (CMS)

.5 Assemble and operate the AN/PRC-77 radio X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CHEMICAL/BIOLOGICAL/RADIOLOGICAL (CBR)

.6 Don TOA protective CBR mask X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.2 TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
LOGISTICS

301.2.7 Fill out and submit a NAVSUP 1250-1 X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

.8 Prestart and operate a 1-1/4 ton truck


using the hardcard X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

ADMINISTRATION/COMMAND AND CONTROL

.9 Draw a chain-of-command chart through your


applicable commander X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CONTINGENCY OPERATION

.10 Draw a sample camp layout X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION/BATTLE DAMAGE


REPAIR

.11 Give an assembly, use the NAVFAC P-437 to


show the relationship to facilities and
components X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.12 Perform as a crew member to erect a squad


tent (16X32) X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

Completed .2 area comprises 28 pts/28% of workstation.

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301.3 INFREQUENT TASKS

For the tasks listed below:

A. What are the steps of this procedure?


B. What are the reasons for each step?
C. What control/coordination is required?
D. What means of communications are used?
E. What safety precautions must be observed?
F. Perform or simulate this task IAW Command's SOP.

A B C D E F
WEAPONS

301.3.1 Fire the M870 12-gauge shotgun for


familiarization X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.2 Throw a practice grenade from the


standing, kneeling and prone positions
observing all safety precautions X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

TACTICS

.3 Perform the following tasks as a member of


a security patrol:

a. Exit friendly lines X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

b. Perform a security halt X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

c. Set up hasty ambush X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

d. React to a near and a far ambush X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.3 INFREQUENT TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
301.3.3 e. React to a chance contact X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

f. Cross linear and operate danger areas X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

g. Reenter friendly lines X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

h. Demonstrate procedures for handling


POWs X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

COMMUNICATIONS/COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY
MATERIAL SYSTEMS

.4 Set up and communicate using a TA-312


telephone set X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CIVIL ENGINEER SUPPORT EQUIPMENT

.5 Prestart a 15-ton truck X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

CONTINGENCY CONSTRUCTION

.6 Perform as a crew member to erect a:

a. Bunker X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

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301.3 INFREQUENT TASKS (CONT'D)

A B C D E F
301.3.6 b. Strongback tent X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

c. Seahut X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

.7 Perform as a crew member on a RRR exercise X X X X X X

________________________________
(Signature) (Date)

Completed .3 area comprises 20 pts/20% of workstation.

301.4 ABNORMAL CONDITIONS - None to be discussed.

301.5 EMERGENCIES - None to be discussed.

301.6 WATCHES - None.

301.7 EXAMINATIONS (Optional except as required by TYCOM/


ISIC, etc.)

301.7.1 EXAMINATIONS Pass a written examination

__________________________
(Signature/Date)

.2 EXAMINATIONS Pass an oral examination board

__________________________
(Signature/Date)

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS

Bluejackets' Manual
BUPERSINST 1080.1, Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
BUPERSINST 1616.9, Navy Enlisted Performance Evaluation Manual
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 4400.3A, NCF Supply Manual
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 1500.20
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCF OPLAN 9000
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 3120.1, Embarkation Manual
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 11014.2
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCF OPLAN 9000
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 5100.1, Navy Construction Safety
Manual
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 3120.1, Embarkation Manual
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCBINST 11200.1
COMSECONDNCB/COMTHIRDNCB/COMRNCFINST 5440
EM-385-1-1, Safety and Health Requirements Manual
FM 9-15
FM 3-5
FM 3-3
FM 23-35, U.S. Army Field Manual Pistols and Revolvers
FM 6-5
FM 0-30
Industrial/Construction Standards 29 CFR 1910/1926
MAC Pamphlet 50-13
MCU 2/P Operation and Maintenance Manual
NAVEDTRA 10479-C3, Seabee Combat Handbook
NAVEDTRA 12532, Utilitiesman 3
NAVEDTRA 10669-C, Hospitalman 3 & 2
NAVEDTRA 10646, Builder 3
NAVEDTRA 10662, Utilitiesman 2
NAVEDTRA 10644-Gl, Construction Mechanic 3 & 2
NAVEDTRA 10640-Jl, Equipment Operator 3 & 2
NAVEDTRA 12523, Construction Electrician 3
NAVEDTRA 12081, Standard First Aid
NAVEDTRA 10636-J, Construction Electrician 3 & 2
NAVEDTRA 10185-C1, Gunner's Mate G 3 & 2
NAVFAC P-458, PRCP Interviewers Guide section, vol. 1
NAVFAC P-315
NAVFAC P-401, Pontoon Systems Manual
NAVFAC P-437, Facilities Planning Guide
NAVFAC P-405, Planning and Estimating Handbook
NAVFAC P-404
NAVMED P-5010
NAVSEA S9086-QH-STM-000/Shipboard BW/CW Defense and
Countermeasures, ch. 470, Stock# 0901-LP-470-0010
NAVSO P-3013, Financial Management of Resources
NAVSUP PUB 505
NAVSUP P-485, Afloat Supply Procedures
NCF Manual (P-315)
NWP-22

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LIST OF REFERENCES USED IN THIS PQS (CONT'D)

OPNAVINST 5100.25A, Navy Recreation, Athletics, and Home Safety


Program
OPNAVINST 5100.12, Issuance of Navy Traffic Safety Program
OPNAVINST 4110.2, Hazardous Material Control and Management
Program
OPNAVINST 5510.1H, Information and Personnel Security Program
Regulation
OPNAVINST 5100.23B, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH)
Program Manual
OPNAVINST 5102.1, Accident Investigation and Reporting
OPNAVINST 5510.1H, Information and Personnel Security Program
Regulation
OPNAVINST 3120.32B, Standard Organization and Regulations of the
U.S. Navy (SORM)
OPNAVINST 5354.1, Navy Equal Opportunity (EO) Manual
OPNAVINST 5450.46J, Doctrine and Policy Governing U.S. Naval
Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCBS) and Construction Battalion
Units (CBUS)
TB 55-46-1
TM 11-5810-256-12, Operation Manual KY57
TM 11-5810-280-12, Operation Manual KY65
U.S. Army TM 9-1010-230-10, 40 mm Machine Gun MK 19, Operator's
Manual
U.S. Army TM 9-1010-230-23 & P, Machine Gun MK 19

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