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1 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Damage Control

2 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Class Objectives 1.Identify the purpose of Damage Control. 2.Identify the meaning of Watertight Integrity. 3.Identify the procedures to open and close watertight doors. 4.Identify Material Conditions of Readiness, including Damage Control Emergencies and Alarms. 5.Identify the meaning of General Quarters.

3 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Importance Damage Control is an ALL HANDS responsibility ! USS Stark

4 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Purpose of Damage Control Take all practical preliminary measures to prevent damage. Minimize and localize damage as it occurs. Accomplish emergency repairs as quickly as possible, restore equipment to operation, and care for injured personnel. The ships ability to perform its mission will depend on Damage Control effectiveness!

5 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Watertight Integrity A ships ability to resist flooding.

6 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Watertight Integrity Established when the ship was built: Decks Frames Relation to Centerline

7 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Watertight Integrity May be reduced or destroyed through: Enemy Action Storm Damage Collision Stranding Negligence

8 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Watertight Doors Purpose: To maintain Watertight Integrity To Open –Loosen & remove dogs on hinge side –Remove dogs on wedges –Release pressure on door To Close –Set all dogs opposite the hinges –Set dogs on hinge side, then remaining dogs –Tighten in same sequence with a wrench

9 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Types of Watertight Doors Watertight doors with individual dogs.

10 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Types of Watertight Doors Quick-acting Watertight Door

11 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Types of Watertight Doors Bolted Hatch with Escape Scuttle

12 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Material Conditions of Readiness Purpose: Provides different degree of water- tightness and protection for the ship Has three degrees of readiness: XYZ

13 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training X-Ray Classification X Provides least amount of protection. Condition set in well protected harbors. Condition set at home during normal working hours.

14 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Yoke Classification Y Offers moderate amount of protection. Condition set at sea. Condition set in port outside of regular working hours.

15 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Zebra Classification Z Provides maximum protection during battle. Condition set for fire or flooding. Condition set when entering or leaving port in wartime. All open watertight doors must be guarded.

16 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Damage Control Classifications Special use classification for specific fittings on the ship: Six different classifications: WXYZ W D Z

17 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Circle William Classification W Applied to ventilation fittings and certain access openings. Normally open in all material conditions. Closed only to prevent Chemical, Biological, or Radiological (CBR) contamination.

18 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training William Classification W Applied to sea suction valves that supply water to condensers, fire pumps, and other equipment necessary for fire protection and mobility. Normally open and running.

19 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Circle X-Ray/Yoke Classification Permits access to battle stations. Used for transfer of ammunition or are part of other vital systems. May be opened without special permission. Must be closed when not in use. XY

20 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Circle Zebra Classification Z May be opened during general quarters to allow preparation and distribution of food. Used for cooling vital spaces. Guards must be posted when open for quick closing.

21 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Dog Zebra Classification Applied to accesses on weather decks that are not equipped with light traps or door switches that turn off lights during darkened ship conditions. D Z

22 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Damage Control Emergencies Flooding Fire

23 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Ships Emergency Alarms General Chemical Collision

24 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training General Quarters Purpose: Set conditions of the ship to full readiness for battle. Actions: –All combat stations are manned. –Material Condition of Readiness set to ZEBRA. –All repair parties are manned.

25 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Summary 1.Identify the purpose of Damage Control. 2.Identify the meaning of Watertight Integrity. 3.Identify the procedures to open and close watertight doors. 4.Identify Material Conditions of Readiness, including Damage Control Emergencies and Alarms. 5.Identify the meaning of General Quarters.

26 United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps Region 7-1 – Recruit Training Questions???


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