A5. The DCPO is responsible for making sure that
all battle lanterns, dog wrenches, spanners, and
other damage control equipment are in place and
in a usable condition within their division.
A6. Before anyone enters a poorly ventilated space or
void, the gas free engineer (GFE) certifies the
space as safe.
REVIEW 2 ANSWERS
A1. The battle phase of damage control starts when
the ship receives actual damage.
A2. The battle station for the DCA is DCC/CSS.
A3. DCC receives reports and casualty status from
A4. The minimum requirement to be a member of the
in-port emergency team is to be repair party
A5. The primary missions of the rescue and
assistance team are to assist persons from the
water, other units in distress, and other
persons or activities in distress ashore.
A6. General quarters is the highest state of
REVIEW 3 ANSWERS
A1. The X40J circuitry is commonly referred to as
the salt and pepper line.
A2. The alarms that can override the microphone
control of the IMC are the
b. Chemical attack
d. Flight crash
A3. When all communications systems fail,
messengers are used to deliver messages and
orders between repair lockers and DCC.
REVIEW 4 ANSWERS
A1. Survivability of the ship can be ensured by
A2. The three basic material readiness conditions
A3. Material condition XRAY provides the least
amount of watertightness.
A4. Normally, YOKE is set at sea and in port during
A5. Material condition ZEBRA is set when GQ is
A6. DOG ZEBRA fittings are closed to set darken
A7. To find a list of all DC fittings within a
compartment, you should refer to the
compartment checkoff list.
REVIEW 5 ANSWERS
A1. The EEBD is designed to provide 15 minutes of
A2. You should stay away from open flames when
you first remove an EEBD because your hair is
saturated with oxygen and could catch fire.
A3. When donning an EEBD, you should hear a
A4. Engineering watch standers wear a SEED.
A5. The effective time of an OBA is 45 minutes.
A6. You pull the cotter pin on an OBA after the
canister has been inserted in the OBA and
locked in place.
REVIEW 6 ANSWERS
A1. Fire prevention is the responsibility of all hands.
A2. The three components that make up a fire are