SURFACE FORCE TRAINING MANUAL

A

Acoustic Analysis Training Time, 6-2-6

Advanced Training Phase, 2-1-3

guidelines, 2-4-1

Afloat Training Group (ATG)

and FEP, 2-3-4

Awards

ADM Flateley Memorial, 5-2-6

ADM Pride Frigate ASW Readiness, 5-2-4

Arleigh Burke Fleet Trophy, 5-2-2

Battle Efficiency, 5-1-1

Battenburg Cup, 5-2-2

Comaand and Control, 5-1-4

Command Excellence, 5-1-1

CNO Ship Safety, 5-2-6

display of, 5-1-6

Engineering Survivability, 5-1-3

Helo Ship Safety, 5-2-6

Homer W. Carhart DC/FF Award, 5-2-8

J.O. Shiphandling, 5-2-7

James F. Chezek Memorial Gunnery, 5-2-3

Logistics Management, 5-1-4

Maritime Warfare, 5-1-2

Marjorie Sterrett Battleship Fund, 5-2-3

nomination procedures, 5-1-5

Old Crow, 5-2-4

period of competition, 5-1-5

SECNAV Energy Conservation, 5-2-8

SECNAV Environmental Protection, 5-2-8

Spokane Trophy, 5-2-2

TYCOM Ship Safety, 5-2-4

USS Arizona Memorial Trophy, 5-2-3

Wellness Unit, 5-2-8

B

Basic Training Phase, 2-1-2, 2-3-1

end point, 2-3-5

guidelines, 2-3-1

reports, 2-3-7

Battle Force IMA (BFIMA), 2-1-6

Briefings

safety, 3-4-5

C

Capping

M-ratings in TRMS, 6-1-4, B-1

CART, 1-1-1, 2-2-1

Procedures, 2-2-1

Resets, 2-2-2, 6-1-2

CART II report, 6-4-1

Certifications, required, 2-3-6

Cold checks, 3-4-7

Commanding Officer,

responsibilities, 1-2-1

Communication Readiness Certification, 2-1-2

Competitions, unit. See Awards

Crew Certification Program, 2-1-7, 2-6-1

schedule, 2-6-2

Critiques

of drills and exercises, 3-1-7

of training sessions, 3-1-7

CSSQT

missile firing equivalencies, 6-1-3

Cycle, Training and Readiness, 2-1-1

D

Degaussing, 6-2-7

Detailed Training Schedule, 3-1-6

Drill documentation, 3-4-7

Drill Guides, 3-4-7

Drill Plans, 3-4-7

E

Engineering readiness process, 2-1-2

assessment of readiness and training, 2-1-2

integrated toatal ship training and FEP, 2-1-2

Mid-cycle assessment (MCA), 2-1-2

pre-light off training and LOA, 2-1-2

train and certify, 2-1-2

Equivalencies

AW firing, 6-1-3

CSSQT, 6-1-3

exercise, 6-1-2

USW firing, 6-1-3

Exercise requirements, A-1

safety practices, A-2

Exercises, engineering

core drills, A-1

drill families, A-1

elective drills, A-1

satisfactory criteria, A-2

F

Fast Cruise, 2-6-1

requirements, 2-6-5

Feedback, 1-4-1

on formal schools requirements, 3-2-3

Final Evaluation Period (FEP), 2-3-1

key elements, 2-3-2

FEP report, 6-4-1

Fleet Exercise Publication, A-1

Formal Schools

listing, 3-2-1

NEC/NOBC requirements, 3-2-1

SWO BST Requirements, 3-2-1

TADTAR resources, 3-2-1

training, 2-1-7

TYCOM Requirements, 3-2-1, D-1

Forward Deployed Naval Forces (FDNF), 2-1-3

H

Hot checks, 3-4-7

I

Immediate Superior in Command (ISIC)

responsibilities of, 1-2-1

Inspections, safety, 3-4-5

Intermediate Training Phase,2-1-3

guidelines, 2-4-1

L

LOA, 2-1-2

Long Range Training Plan (LRTP), 3-1-5, 3-4-2

M

M-ratings. See Reports and records

calculation of, 6-2-2

definition of, 6-4-1

description and use, 6-2-1

N

Naval Reserve Training, 1-3-1

Navy Tactical Information Compendium, A-1

New Construction

shakedown requirements, 2-1-7

O

Onboard Maintenance Training, 2-1-6

Operational Risk Management (ORM), 3-4-5

Operational Sequencing Systems, 2-1-5

P

Peraonnel Qualification Program, 3-1-5

Planning Board for Training (PBFT), 3-1-5

PQS Program,3-3-1

evaluation criteria, 3-3-A-1

management checklist, 3-3-B-1

management tools, 3-3-C-1

requalification, 3-3-2

program pointers, 3-3-D-1

responsibilities, 3-3-5

Pre-exercise briefings, 3-4-15

Pre-Light Off Training, 2-1-2

Proficiency Training, 2-5-1

R

Repetitive Training, 2-1-4

guidelines,2-5-1

Reports and records. See Training Records

Reports and records, 6-1-1

acoustic analysis, 6-2-6

CART II, completion of, 6-4-1

degaussing, 6-2-7

FEP, completion of, 6-4-1

of Training Completed, 3-1-6

sonar contact time, 6-2-5

SORTS, 6-1-1

summary, 6-3-1

training M-ratings, 6-1-1, 6-2-1, 6-4-1

TSTA levels, 6-4-1

Training Report (TRNGREP), 6-1-1, 6-2-1, 6-2-3

Required Schools Master List, 3-1-6

Resets, exercise

CART II, 2-2-2, 6-1-2

unsatisfactory repetition, A-1

S

Safety, 2-3-2

boat seamanship, 4-2-2

briefings, 3-4-5

equipment, 2-6-4

in drill guides, 3-4-7

inspections, 2-2-1

observers, 3-4-2, 3-4-6

officer, 3-1-5

precautions, 2-6-3, 4-2-2

pre-exercise briefing, 3-4-3

training, 3-1-1

walk thru, 3-4-3

Safety Inspections. See Inspections, safety

Selected Reservists (SELRES), 1-3-1

School Quota Management, 3-2-3

Shipboard Training Enhancement Program (STEP), D-1

Shipboard Training Team Course of Instruction, 3-4-14

Shop Qualification Improvement Program (SQIP), 2-1-6

Short Range Training Plan (SRTP), 3-1-5

Simulations

in drills and exercises, 3-4-14

Sonar contact time, 6-2-5

SORTS, 2-1-4, 6-1-1

Specialty Training, 2-3-5

Mine Warfare, 2-3-5

Salvage, 2-3-5

Amphibious Warfare, 2-3-5

Surface Warfare Training Week, 4-2-1

SURFTRAMAN Advisories, 1-4-1

SURFTRAMAN Feedback Report, 1-4-1

T

Tactical Training Strategy

Assess, Train, Certify, 2-1-2

Tailored Ship's Training Availability (TSTA), 2-3-1

Team Coordinator, 3-4-3

Team Leader, 3-4-3

Team Training

inport exercises, 4-1-1

required, 3-2-2

Training

additional, 3-4-20

Damage Control, 3-2-3

exportable, 3-2-2

Firefighting, 3-2-3

Training Records, 3-1-5, 3-4-20

administratiuon, 3-1-6

division officer, 3-1-6

retention, 3-1-6

Training Teams, 3-4-1

background, 3-4-1

critiques, 3-4-14

debriefing checklist, 3-4-19

debriefings, 3-4-14

description, 3-4-2

evaluation mode, 3-4-1, 3-4-4

general purpose, 3-4-1

objectives, 3-4-2

organization, 3-4-2

pre-briefings, 3-4-13, 3-4-15

qualifications, 3-4-4

responsibilities, 3-4-2

self assessment, 3-4-20, 3-4-21

Shipboard Training Course, 3-4-14

training mode, 3-4-1, 3-4-4

training time outs, 3-4-1TRMS, 6-1-1, 6-2-1

TSTA levels

definition of, 6-4-1

TRNGREP. See Reports and records

Trophies. See Awards

Type Commander

responsibilities of, 1-2-3

U

Unit Training Program, 3-1-1

duties and responsibilities, 3-1-2

W

Warfare Specialty Training, 2-3-1

 

 

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