Flashcards in Message Center Deck (49)
What are the 4 precedences and their time to send them?
R- routine (6hrs), P- priority (3 hrs), O- immediate (30mins), Z- flash (10mins)
What does C2OIX stand for?
Command and control official information exchange
What does DPVS stand for?
distributed PLA verification system
What is the process for releasing a message on C2OIX?
batch import, upload, release
What does EMCON stand for?
emissions control, turning radiation off on the transmitters
What does OSRI stand for?
Originating staions routing indicator
What does DSRI stand for?
Designation station routing indicator
What does NAVMACS stand for?
Navy modular automated communications system
What are the colors on NAVMACS and what do they stand for?
Pureple- test, green- active, yellow- hold, white- EMCON, blue- inactive
What does AIG stand for?
Address indicator group, 3-4 PLA's
What does CAD stand for?
collective address designator, 4 or more PLA's
What does CUDIXS stand for?
common user digital information exchange sub-system
What is the primary means of sending message traffic?
How else can we send messages?
NAVMACS, Fleet message system (FMS)
What logs are kept in JMC?
T/S log, AMCROSS log, Visitor log, Burn bag log, P4 log, Master station log, Outgoing message log.
What is Fleet broadcast under 2301?
What three keys are loaded into the KIV-7M for fleet broadcast?
CV, BAV, UV
What is and who sets minimize?
Limiting message traffic in a high tempo enviornment and the CNO sets it
What does CIC stand for?
Content indicator codes
How do you route an AMCROSS message underway?
Log it and give it to CHAPS
How do you route a P4 message?
Log then route to CO admin