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A1. The term used to describe the transfer of fuel and
supplies between ships while under way is
replenishment at sea.
Usually, ships maintain a distance of 100 feet
while taking on supplies at sea.
A3. A receiving ship can stay on station in combat
f o r m a t i o n
w h i l e
u n d e r g o i n g
v e r t i c a l
A4. The largest and most powerful auxiliary ship is
the fast combat support ship (AOE).
Rescue, salvage, and towing ships provide rapid
firefighting, dewatering, battle damage
repair, and rescue towing assistance.
A6. Support craft designators usually start with the
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS
The Navy acquired its first aircraft in 1911.
A2. The three basic parts of a fixed-wing aircraft are
A3. The three basic parts of a rotary-wing aircraft are
All aircraft have tri-service designations.