Flashcards in DC BASIC Deck (79)
7 (1294 gallons each)
AFFF reserve & xfer stations
1 (2113 gal)
4 elements of fire tetrahedron
Comms order of precedence
IVCS/J-dial (black/gray phones in pway)
Sound-powered phone circuits (2JZ connects all)
2 = 3JZ
3 port = 4JZ
3 stbd = 5JZ
4 = 6JZ
5 port = 7JZ
5 stbd = 8JZ
Emergency = X40J
AFFF stations: X50J
Shut, unless logged open or INOP. CX allowed to be operated but must be shut afterwards.
Shut with mounted escape scuttles open. Set on 1/2 deck and below. Normally underway but also FPCON “B” and up.
Closed when zebra is set and opened by COs permission during extended GQ periods. Allows access for battle messing, limited sanitary facilities, and ventilation.
Highest protection for conditions of readiness
Darken ship fittings prevent white lights from showing ship’s position, or night blindness to helicopter pilots.
All fittings are for maintenance or isolations of systems
All fittings are for CBR environment to prevent contaminated air entering ship’s total protection zones.
1.5” fire hose
3 person minimum
Inside = 95 GPM
Outside = 125 GPM
5 person min
Outside = 250 GPM
Can be used to de-smoke compartments
8 Basic wounds
How many main eductors?
Location of main eductors?
Main eductors GPM
Difference between Remote/Manual eductors?
Remote opposite sides of space
Manual opposite corners
Number of secondary eductors?
Location of secondary eductors?
Stern gate machinery room 1 and 2 (100gpm)
Chain locker sump (100gpm)
Steering gear ram room (200gpm)
Refrigeration drain collection tank (20gpm) MMR1
Well deck (4 sides) 100gpm
House keeping (10gpm)
Location of 2 special eductors?
MOGAS ready service station and cofferdam 10gpm
FLamable liquids storeroom (100gpm)
Sequence to light off eductors?
3 types of shoring
I (Strongest AKA direct pressure)