Chapter 7, Damage Control, pages 7-1 through 7-34.
Figure 7A. --Basic objective.
TO ANSWER QUESTIONS 7-1 THROUGH 7-4,
SELECT FROM FIGURE 7A THE CORRECT BASIC
OBJECTIVE OF DAMAGE CONTROL DESCRIBED IN
RESPONSES MAY BE USED
ONCE, MORE THAN ONCE, OR NOT AT ALL.
Regaining a safe margin of
stability and buoyancy.
Removing fire hazards.
Maintaining watertight and
Preserving stability and buoyancy.
In considering your ships
defensive and offensive ability to
fight the enemy, you should view
damage control as which of the
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Controlling damage inflicted on a
ship depends on which of the
f o l l o w i n g a b i l i t i e s a n d i n i t i a t i v e s
of the crew?
1. Taking prompt corrective
2. Having a through knowledge of
3. Using materials that are
4. Each of the above
Who is responsible for carrying out
the requirements of command damage
1. Commanding officer
2. E x e c u t i v e o f f i c e r
3. Operations officer
4. Fire marshal
7 - 8 .
Who is responsible for taking all
practical preliminary measures
before damage occurs?
1. D i v i s i o n o f f i c e r
2. Officer of the deck
3. Damage control assistant
4. Damage control petty officer
Division damage control petty
officers are normally assigned for
what minimum period of time?
1. One year
2. Two years
3. Three months
4. Six months
Who performs the duties of the
damage control petty officer
outside normal working hours in
p o r t ?
1. Section leader
2. P o l i c e p e t t y o f f i c e r
3. Leading petty officer
4. Work center supervisor