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What cutter fired the 1st naval shots of the civil war?
CG Cutter Harriet Lane
What lighthouse was the only manned lighthouse of the CG?
Boston Harbor Light
What regulation states the CG has a military service?
Title 14 USC
When were Auxiliary given ratings, rank and uniforms?
After WWII
Who was the CG 1st E-10?
BMCM Charles Calhoon (1969)
What were OIC’s used to be called?
Wreck Masters
When did the RCS and LSS merge to form the CG?
1915
What event started the International Ice Patrol?
The sinking of the Titanic
What CG cutter was the first of the Keeper Class?
Ida Lewis
Supervisors must route EER to marking official within how many days?
9 days
When is a special EER completed?
NJP or Court Martial and for advancement to E-7
In what year did women integrate into active duty and the reserves?
1973
Cutters over what size are under the control of area?
180 feet
Who were the first uniformed women to serve in the CG?
1918 twin sisters Genevieve and Lucille Baker
Who was awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions at Guadal Canal in Aug 1942?
Douglas Munro
What is the age limitation for OCS candidates?
between 21-26
What was the CG role during the Korean War?
Marginal and mainly a supportive role
Cutters less than how many feet are under District’s control?
180 feet
Who was the 1st African American women to enter the SPARS?
Olivia Hooker 1945
These are reviewed annually
Manuals
These are normally cancelled every 12 months.
notes
What is the purpose of the DPRI?
To list current CG Directives
When is the @ sign not appropriate?
CGMS Message
What was the purpose of CG cutters in 1974?
Cutters were charged with preventing slavery
CG property is considered to fall under what security classification?
FOUO
Report Surveys are not required when?
Property is less than 500.00
When were all jobs opened to women in the CG?
1978
What were the 10 original cutters of the RCS?
Diligence, Vigilant, Virginia, Argus,Active, General Green, Scammel, South Carolina, Eagle, Massachusetts
Who created the journalist rating?
Alex Haley retired as a journalist in 1959
How many field units report directly to HQ?
35
When did the SPARS form?
Nov 23, 1942
What service began to take shape in 1848?
Federal Life Saving Service
What CG members lead LANT and PAAREA’s?
3 star Admirals
What does SPE stand for?
Severity X Probability X Exposure
In what war was the CG given the responsibility for cold-wx ops in Greenland and sank 11 enemy subs?
WWII
Who was the 1st CG E-9?
YNCM Jack Kerwin 1958
What CG Members are in charge of MLC’s and Districts?
1 or 2 Star
What is the most important signature on a PR?
Certificate of funds availability
What is the CG-5269?
Report of Survey
What is a DOT F 4200.1.2CG?
PR Form
What is a CG-1650?
Page 7
What is a CG-5323?
Request for allowance change
What is a CG-4428?
Request for Directives
In what war did the CG Cutter Jefferson capture the first prize?
War 1812
Who is Joshua James?
Credited for saving 600 lives
What War was first to use steamships and used the CG for scouting, convoy, towing and blockading harbors?
Mexican-American War
What War used the CG Cutter McColluch to fight in the battle of the Manila Bay and later escorted Commodore Dewey’s Squadron, also guarding East to West coasts ports form attack?
Spanish-American War
What War used oceangoing cutters for Navy and CG surveillance ops?
Vietnam War
The DPRI consists of how many chapters?
7
In 1871 the LSS was reborn under who?
The leadership of Sumner L.

Kimball

What is the CG-3307 form and under what circumstances is it used?
Admin Remarks Form: accession, assignment, transfer, advancement, reductions, performance, discipline, separation, bonus programs
What is the CG-1650 form?
Award Recommendation form
Break downCOMDTINST M1000.6A
Originator: COMDTInst- DirectiveM- Manual1000- SSICa-second addition
What is SSIC?
Standard subject identification code
What form is used for resident training?
CG-5223
What is form JOTFOC used for?
Justification for other than full and open competition(PR Request)
What is COMDTINST M4500.5?
Property MGMT Manual
What are the password requirements?
8 characters, two numericexpires 90 days
What is DD Form 1351-2 used for?
Travel Claim**75.00+ requires receipt
What is COMDTINST M5216.4c?
Correspondence Manual
EER Worksheet Number
CG-3788A / B
What cite is for the “Right to Know station”?
29 CFR 1910.1200(e)(8)
What is the order of precedence?
Distinguished Service Medal / UnitComLegion of Merit / Mert.

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UnitCG Medal /Mert. TeamCommendationMedal /ConductAchievement Medal / National

Personnel Manual
COMDTINST M1000.6
Ethical Conduct Manual
COMDTINST M5370.

8

PCS Worksheets
Departing / Sep PSC-2000Travel Entitlement PSC-2003Advances Wkst PSC 2010
What manual number is for Uniform Regs?
COMDTINST M102.6
Boat Crew Seamanship Manual
COMDTINST M16114.5
CG Rescue and Survival Systems Manual
COMDTINST M1414.8
The CG was considered the only armed force afloat until when?
The Navy was established in 1798
Who was awarded the Medal of Honor during the Civial War and later awarded the Gold Life Saving Medal?
Marcus Hanna
When did the CG transfer to the Navy for the 1st time?
WWI
When did CG Cutters augment the Navy?
Vietnam War
What mission was a result from the Refuse Act of 1899?
Mission to protect waterways from pollution
How many CG units report to HQ?
35 units
What War did Congress authorize the capture of armed French Vsls hovering off the US Coast?
Quasi-War
What was the first time steamboats were used in a war?
Mexican-American War
On what date was the CGC Tampa torpedoes by a German Submarine
Sept.

26, 1918

What surfman directed seven pax thru surf and carried 3 others to safety earning the Gold Life Saving Medal?
Rasmus S. Midgett
What is considered to be a Class B Mishap?
200,000-1,000,000
What is considered to be a Class A Mishap?
1,000,000+
What are the three categories of Leadership?
SelfWorking with othersPerformance
To become a CWO in the armed forces, how many yrs do you need to serve?
8 yrs. Last 4 CG
What is considered to be a Class D Mishap?
10,000-20,000
What is considered to be a Class C mishap?
20,000-200,000
A micro purchase is under
2,500
What are the seven steps in operational risk mgmt?
Define Mission Identify HazardsAssess Risks Identify OptionsEvaluate risk vs gainExecute decisions monitor situ
A Report Survey is needed for inventory items over
500.00
PR construction projects are limited to how much?
2000
A PR value limit for ordering supplies cannot exceed what?
3000
A PR value limit for services cannot exceed what?
2500
Some examples of headquarters units are:
• Aircraft Repair and Supply Center; Elizabeth City, NC• Aviation Training Center; Mobile, AL• Finance Center; Chesapeake, VA• CG Academy; New London, CT• CG Institute; Oklahoma City, OK• CG Yard; Baltimore, MD• National Pollution Funds Center; Arlington, VA• Operations Systems Center; Martinsburg, WV• Personnel Service Center; Topeka, KS• Research and Development Center; Groton, CT• Telecommunication and Information Systems Cmd.

; Alexandria, VA• Training Center Cape May, NJ• Training Center Petaluma, CA• Training Center Yorktown, VA. (54)

Ida Lewis, who served 39 years at the __________ Lighthouse, saving18 lives.
Lime Rock (54)
Abbie Burgess, who served 38 years at ____________________ Light Stations Maine while simultaneously caring for her family.
Matinicus Rock and White Head Light
When _______ founded the Revenue Cutter Service, hevisualized it to be organized along military lines. ________ ordered thatthe Revenue Marine Officers be commissioned.
Alexander Hamilton
1945. The first five African-American females enter the SPARs(Semper Paratus Always Ready Women’s Reserve):
4 Olivia Hooker4 D.

Winifred Byrd4 Julia Mosley4 Yvonne Cumberbatch4 Aileen Cooke.

Master Chief Yeoman Pearl Faurie becomes the first SPAR E9.The Pearl Faurie Leadership Award is established in her honor
1962
On August 1st, BMCM Charles L. Calhoun was instated as theFirst Master Chief Petty Officer of the Coast Guard (E-10).

1969
The first women’s Reserve Enlisted Basic Indoctrinationclasses are established. Four ratings are available:
1972
The following events occur in _____:4 Legislation ends Women’s Reserve4 Women are integrated into active duty and Coast Guard Reserve.4 Women are admitted to Officer Candidate School for the first time.4 Combat exclusion for women ends.

4 The first SPAR to be sworn into the regular Coast Guard is AliceJefferson.

1973
All officer career fields and enlisted ratings are open to women.
1978
The Chief Petty Officer Academy Class I consists of sixMCPOs and four SCPOs who lead the way for future generations ofCPOs to attend the Coast Guard’s premier enlisted leadershipinstitution. Class I graduates in November 1982, their memento plaquereads, “We Came With The Hope That Others Might Follow.”
1982
Master Chief Boatswain’s Mate Donald H. Horsley, USCGretires in January.

He serves on active duty for 44 years, four months,and 27 days. His career spans three wars, and sees service on board 34vessels.

1987
The first enlisted woman is assigned to Officer-in-Charge afloatbillet: Dianne Bucci. The first African-American female and firstfemale engineer to advance to E-7 is Pamela Autry. The first AsianAmerican female Warrant Officer is appointed: Grace Parmalee.
1988
The first enlisted woman is assigned as Officer-in-Chargeashore: Krystine Carbajal.
1989
The first Hispanic American female is advanced to E-7: SoniaColon.

1992
As a result of the recommendations from the spring Board ofTrustees meeting at the Coast Guard Academy, the Commandantofficially appoints Master Chief of the Coast Guard, Vincent Patton, asa member of the Coast Guard Academy Board of Trustees. This is thefirst time an enlisted member serves in such a position at any militaryservice academy.
1999
Medal of Honor for his actions whileserving in the Union Army during the Civil War.
Marcus Hanna
Hanna served as the principal keeper of the CapeElizabeth Light Station, near Portland, Maine.
Marcus Hanna
_______ was awarded the Gold Lifesaving Medal, making himthe only individual to have won both the Medal of Honor and the GoldLifesaving Medal.
Marcus Hanna
was a two-time winner of the Gold LifesavingMedal.
Frederick Hatch
single-handedly rescued ten people from thegrounded ship, Priscilla, on August 18, 1899.
Ramus S.

Midgette

a keeper in the U.S. Lighthouse Service, served at theHead of Passes Light from 1891 to 1896. She was head keeper at the PortPontchartrain Light from 1896 to 1924. _______ finished her career at theWest End Light where she served from 1924 to 1932.
Margerett Norvelle
When a storm swept away every buildingin the community except the lighthouse in 1903, _______ cared for over200 people who had been left homeless.
Margerett Norvelle
Petty officers can advance to the grade of Chief Warrant Officer (CWO).

Commanding officers may recommend _____________for appointment to the grade of CWO2 if they meet all minimumeligibility requirements.

Petty Officer first class and above (54)
Applicant minimum eligibility requirements for appointment to warrantgrade must be completed by ______ of the year in which the ChiefWarrant Officer Appointment Board convenes.
January 1st
To meet the eligibility requirements, applicants must meet the followingcriteria:
1. be a US citizen 2. age between 21-26 3.

active for 6 or more years

allows selected enlisted personnel to attend college on afull-time basis for up to two years, with a goal of qualifying to attendOCS. Selectees are required to complete degree requirements in 24calendar months.
PPEP (The Pre-commissioning Program for Enlisted Personnel)
PPEP applicants must meet the following criteria:
U.

S. citizenship. Be a United States citizen.• Age. Be between 21 years and not yet 32 years of age prior to theirOCS class convening date.• OAR score. Achieve a minimum score of 36 on the Office AptitudeRating (OAR).

Coast Guard Academy mustmeet the following criteria:
• U.S. citizenship. Be a United States citizen.• Age. Be between 18 and 22 years of age.

• Marital status. Must be unmarried and have no dependents.• Sufficient coursework. Have graduated from high school with creditsin the required subjects.

(54)

The basic eligibility requirements for a SELRES Direct Commissionappointment are:
• Age. The applicant must be between 21 and 36 years of age.
Counsel the evaluee on the employee review after the ApprovingOfficial has completed his or her actions (not later than ________following the employee review period ending date)
30 days
Employee reviews that result in low competency marks or the assignmentof an unsatisfactory conduct mark must be supported by an adverseremarks entry.
1,2 and 7
The entry for low competency marks or an unsatisfactory mark must:
• State that a Non-judicial Punishment (NJP), court martial, civil courtconviction or low competency mark occurred– OR –• Give specific examples of financial irresponsibility, non-support ofdependents, alcohol incidents, and non-conformance to civilian andmilitary rules, regulations, and standards that discredited the CoastGuard.
To clearly distinguish an adverse remarks entry from all others, start theentry in the conduct competency field with:
This is an adverse supporting remarks entry for…
Note that the ___________ decision on advancementrecommendation is final and cannot be appealed.
Approving Official’s
E5 marks are due the last day of
April and October (54)
E4 marks are due the last day of
March and Sept
E3 marks are due the last day of
Feb and Aug
E6 marks are due the last day of
May and Nov
E7 marks are due the last day of
Sept
E8 marks are due the last day of
Nov
E9 marks are due the last day of
June
semi annual mid point, annual mid point, Reserves review mid point
84, 184, 19 drill periods
PPEP applicants must meet the following criteria:
Be between 21 years and not yet 32 years of age prior to theirOCS class convening date.

Coast GuardAcademy
• U.S. citizenship. Be a United States citizen.• Age. Be between 18 and 22 years of age.• Marital status.

Must be unmarried and have no dependents.• Sufficient coursework. Have graduated from high school with creditsin the required subjects.

Counseling must take place not later than __ days following the employeereview period ending date. The Member Counseling Report is the toolused for this effort.
21 days
Important aspects of effective counseling are developing goals andobjectives for improvement. When counseling a member:
• Ensure he or she clearly understands the minimum performancerequirements and how to meet them• Discuss the strengths and accomplishments as well as therecommended improvement areas• Be specific about the actual behavior that caused the accomplishmentor deficiencies and describe the effects of the behavior on others• Identify opportunities to exceed performance requirements• Suggest creating an Individual Development Plan (IDP) with theevaluee.
a tool to help members reachcareer goals within the Coast Guard.

It is a developmental “action” plan tomove members from where they are to where they want to go.

An Individual Development Plan (IDP)
Taking care of oneself is an effective stress management behavior. Sometechniques to be employed are:
• Recognize and heed stress signals• Listen to one’s body• Get 7-8 hours of sleep or the amount needed to awake refreshed• Exercise with an elevated heart rate for 30 minutes at least three timesa week• Refrain from smoking or inhaling the smoke of others• Drink only moderate amounts of alcohol• Maintain healthy weight• Develop and maintain a support system (positive family, friends, evenpets)• Eat breakfast• Avoid high-fat and high-sugar foods. (54)
When over-stressed, developing a regular relaxation routine can minimizethe effects. Some techniques for relaxing are to:
• Practice deep breathing exercises• Practice progressive muscle relaxation exercise (tense and relaxmuscle groups one by one, until total body relaxation is achieved)• Pray, chant, sing• Meditate or focus on peaceful imagery or thoughts• Practice yoga• Cultivate your artistic or creative talents• Listen to relaxing music• Take classes or instruction in relaxation techniques such as, Zen, selfhypnosis,and biofeedback.
CG-5269
A Report of Survey
The Coast Guard employs two types of training:
• Non-resident• Resident. (54)
Examples of non-resident training are correspondence coursessuch as AST1, FS2, IT2, and EM2.

These courses are:

• Self-paced• Completed when time is available• May or may not have a completion date. (56)
__________, on the other hand, takes place in a classroom. Residenttraining courses or “C” schools have specific beginning and graduationdates.
resident training
Most “C” school classrooms are located away from your unit. Requests toattend “C” school training must be formally submitted by your trainingofficer via a
Short-Term Training Request (STTR) or an ElectronicTraining Request (ETR).

The short-term training request is used to place you in one of threeupcoming classes. Funding is also requested to support three basic needsfor attending “C” schools:
• Travel to the school site• Temporary lodging while a student• Meals while assigned to the school.
The Short-Term Training Request (STTR),
Form CG-5223
cannot be submitted under selfservicefunctions in Direct Access.
Electronic Training Requests (ETR)
The request needs to go through the chain ofcommand to the individual(s) who approves the purchases for thatoffice.

local approval
This is the single most importantsignature on the PR. Nothing can be purchased unless thiscertification has been made on the PR.
Certification of funds availability
A description of the essential physicalcharacteristics and functions required to meet the government’s needs.Specifications, Statement of Work, drawings, etc., should accompanythe PR.
Purchase description.

A realistic delivery date. Instead of“ASAP”, provide the date the supply/service is really required.
Required delivery date.
If a “sole source” procurement is the onlyway to meet the Government’s needs, the PR must be accompanied bya JOTFOC.
Justification For Other Than Full and Open Competition(JOTFOC), if applicable.
A micro purchase for theacquisition of services shall not exceed
$2,500.00
A micro purchase for the acquisiotn ofsupplies shall not exceed
$3,000.00.

A non-permit confined space does notcontain hazards or potential hazards. Once determined a non-permitconfined space, no special requirements are necessary for entry by anyemployee.
Non-permit confined space
Permit-required confined space. A permit-required confined spacecontains or has potential to contain:
4 A known or potentially hazardous atmosphere (i.

e., fuel tanks,CHT tanks, ballast tanks, etc.)4 Material capable of engulfing entrants (soil, sand, grain,woodchips, etc.)4 An internal configuration such that an entrant could be trapped orasphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a dangerouslysloping floor4 Any other recognized serious safety or health hazard.

A Closed Compartment Opening Request Form is not required to openconfined spaces. However, it can be an effective tool to communicate theneed to open a confined space. Before opening confined spaces:
• Tag out all systems connected to affected space and make entry intoDC closure log as per Coast Guard regulations manual.

M5000.3(series).• Ensure a Gas Free Engineer (GFE) is present at the space openingprior to opening space.• Ventilate space for 24 hours

hearing protection is required
85d, 105d
On the following page is a sample __________ for performing a safetyinspection of the climbing harness, working lanyards, safety lanyard andsafety climbing device.

man aloft chit (54)
A good verbal communicator has the following traits:
• Good posture• Good voice control• Uses proper enunciation• Makes good eye contact• Presents information so ideas are clear• Natural in delivery style. (54)
Permit-required confined space. A permit-required confined spacecontains or has potential to contain:
4 A known or potentially hazardous atmosphere (i.e.

, fuel tanks,CHT tanks, ballast tanks, etc.)4 Material capable of engulfing entrants (soil, sand, grain,woodchips, etc.)4 An internal configuration such that an entrant could be trapped orasphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a dangerouslysloping floor4 Any other recognized serious safety or health hazard.

A Closed Compartment Opening Request Form is not required to openconfined spaces. However, it can be an effective tool to communicate theneed to open a confined space. Before opening confined spaces:
• Tag out all systems connected to affected space and make entry intoDC closure log as per Coast Guard regulations manual.

M5000.3(series).• Ensure a Gas Free Engineer (GFE) is present at the space openingprior to opening space.• Ventilate space for 24 hours

hearing protection is required
85d, 105d
On the following page is a sample __________ for performing a safetyinspection of the climbing harness, working lanyards, safety lanyard andsafety climbing device.
man aloft chit (54)
A good verbal communicator has the following traits:
• Good posture• Good voice control• Uses proper enunciation• Makes good eye contact• Presents information so ideas are clear• Natural in delivery style. (54)
Permit-required confined space. A permit-required confined spacecontains or has potential to contain:
4 A known or potentially hazardous atmosphere (i.e.

, fuel tanks,CHT tanks, ballast tanks, etc.)4 Material capable of engulfing entrants (soil, sand, grain,woodchips, etc.)4 An internal configuration such that an entrant could be trapped orasphyxiated by inwardly converging walls or by a dangerouslysloping floor4 Any other recognized serious safety or health hazard.

A Closed Compartment Opening Request Form is not required to openconfined spaces. However, it can be an effective tool to communicate theneed to open a confined space. Before opening confined spaces:
• Tag out all systems connected to affected space and make entry intoDC closure log as per Coast Guard regulations manual.

M5000.3(series).• Ensure a Gas Free Engineer (GFE) is present at the space openingprior to opening space.• Ventilate space for 24 hours

hearing protection is required
85d, 105d
On the following page is a sample __________ for performing a safetyinspection of the climbing harness, working lanyards, safety lanyard andsafety climbing device.
man aloft chit (54)
A good verbal communicator has the following traits:
• Good posture• Good voice control• Uses proper enunciation• Makes good eye contact• Presents information so ideas are clear• Natural in delivery style. (54)
4 Set of instructions for operations that lend themselves to definiteor standardized procedure.4 For internal procedures at a unit.4 Have no defined format.

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
4 Contain information of a one-time or brief nature.4 Same force as an Instruction4 Automatically cancelled after 12 months if earlier cancellationdate not specified.
Notices (NOTE)
4 Notices (NOTES) transmitted via the Coast Guard MessageSystem (for example, an ALCOAST message)4 Urgent in nature.

Urgency is defined as insufficient time topublish as another type of directive.4 Provide information required by law or regulation, an issue ofsafety, or important to the morale of Coast Guard personnel (forexample, announcement of award winners, promotions, selections,etc.).

Message-Type Notices
4 Permanent type of instruction4 Contain 25 or more pages4 Have a table of contents and are organized into chapters andsections.4 Are reviewed annually by originators and canceled when no longerapplicable.
Manuals (M)
4 Contain information that has continuing reference value or thatrequires continuing action.4 Remain in effect until replaced or canceled by the originator orhigher authority.

4 Review and validate by originators every four years.

Instructions (INST)
The four main originators who issue directives are:
• The Commandant• Area, District, and Group Commanders• Commanders of Maintenance & Logistics Commands• Commanding Officers and Officers in Charge.
COMDTINST M1000.6A
CG Personnel Manual
Commandant Notice 5600
This index,published annually, lists all current Coast Guard directives.• Chapter Two lists all directives numerically• Chapter Three lists them alphabetically.

Commandant Notice 5600).
• Chapter Two lists all directives numerically• Chapter Three lists them alphabetically.
The system allows users to locate management, part number, supplier,freight, and characteristics data for a National Stock Number (NSN) or,conversely, find an NSN to go with any of the other pieces of information.
FED LoG
• Master Cross Reference List• Management List• DoD Interchangeability and Substitutability• Freight Classification Data• Identification Lists (formally 295 separate list publications!)• Parts of the Federal Item Logistics Data Record• Federal Item Name Directory• Federal Supply Classification Cataloging Handbook H-2.

Fed Log
times indicate the time fromwhich a message enters in, then is transmitted out from anindividual Communications Center
Speed Of Service Objective (SOSO)
As fast as possible with a goal of 10 minutes.
Flash (Z)
Immediate (O)
30 minutes
Priority (P)
3 hours
Routine (R)
6 hours
It is the means to identify and locatea message if you are discussing it with another person or referringto a message within another message (e.g., replying to a message)
The Date Time Group
Message Instruction ZOJn
Corrected
Message Instruction ZDK
Retransmitted
Message Instruction ZYB
Administrative type
message traffic Line 1-4.

These codes are issued and completed automatically
message traffic Line 5.
Precedence
message traffic Line 6.
the originator will indicate from where themessage is being sent
message traffic Line 7.
The “TO” line indicates the action addressee(s)
message traffic Line 8.
The “INFO” line indicates the information addressee(s)
message traffic Line 9.
The “XMT” line indicates exempt addressees who are calledin a Collective Address Designators (CAD), or Address IndicatingGroup (AIG)
message traffic Line 11.
In Line 11, the originator includes the code BT to indicatethat the body text for the message will begin on the following line.

The originator will also include the same code in Line 13 to indicatethe body text for the message is completed.

message traffic Line 12
In Line 12, the originator composes the body text for themessage. The text in the message must be placed in the followingorder:A) Classification (Unclas, Confidential, etc..)B) Special Handling (SPECAT, LIMDIS, etc..)C) Special Delivery (NORFORN, ORCON)D) Standard Subject Identification Code (SSIC)E) Exercise Name (If Applicable)F) Subject Line (Should be only one line of text)G) ReferencesH) Paragraphs
message traffic Line 13
In Line 13, the originator includes the code BT to indicatethe body text for the message is completed. The originator will alsoinclude the same code in Line 11 to indicate that the body text for themessage began on the following line.

ONLY the following characters have been approved for use in officialrecord message traffic:
‘,:,,,(,?,”,/,-,and . (54)
may be used on Coast Guard messages only, but must bespelled out on messages going outside the organization or to ships that areunderway.
@ (54)
In CGMS, there are two types of messages:
• Unclassified• Classified.

information requires the highest degree ofprotection. The unauthorized disclosure of top-secret informationcould reasonably be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage tonational security.
Top Secret.
requires a substantial degree of protection.The unauthorized disclosure of secret information could reasonably beexpected to cause serious damage to national security.
Secret
information requires protection.

Theunauthorized disclosure of confidential information could reasonablybe expected to cause damage to national security.

Confidential
Your unit’s _______________ will determineyour “need to know” information level based on your job and yoursecurity clearance.
command security officer or security manager
is the human resources management system for CoastGuard military personnel. Coast Guard military personnel use it forpayroll actions, requesting their next jobs (assignments), evaluations,training, and more.
Direct Access
Which type of command is responsible for providing services such as civil engineering,health and safety, legal, and finance to all operational units within its area:
Maintenance and Logistics Commands
Rear admirals head up districts.a. Trueb. False
t
Vice Admirals lead the Atlantic Area and the Pacific Area.

a. Trueb. False

t
In this war, cutters captured 18 prizes unaided andassisted in two other captures.
Quasi-war
A Coast Guard cutter is credited with firing thefirst naval shots of this war.
civil war
First time during a war that the entire Coast Guardwas transferred to the Navy.
ww1
During this war, the McCulloch served as both theescort and dispatch with Commodore GeorgeDewey’s squadron.

Spanish-American War
In this war effort, the Coast Guard played amarginal role, primarily one of support.
Korean war
__True__False6. The first time the Coast Guard augmented the Navy with shallow-draftcraft was in World War I.
f
__True__False7. The Coast Guard was given responsibility for cold-weather operations inGreenland during World War II.
t
__True__False8. The first time ocean-going cutters augmented Navy and Coast Guardsurveillance forces was in Vietnam.
t
__True__False9.

The Coast Guard was solely responsible for cleaning up a massive oil spillduring the Gulf War.

f
__True__False10. During Operation Nobel Eagle in November 2001, the Coast Guard wasonce again under Navy command.
f
Following World War II, members of whatorganization were given rates and ratings, uniforms,and insignia?
CG Aux
Drug smuggling in the 1960s gave what missionincreased significance?
Law enforcement
Members of what part-time force perform the sametasks as active duty personnel?
CG reserve
To help rescue immigrants from vessels ravished by winter storms, a Federal lifesavingservice was initiated in
1848
Women are integrated into active duty and Coast GuardReserve.
1973
All officer career fields and enlisted ratings are opened towomen.

1978
Installation of First Master Chief Petty Officer of the CoastGuard.
1969
Must meet a qualifying score on the SAT,ACT, or ASVAB exams.
osc
Continue in their civilian employment whileserving on military duty.
Selective Reserve DirectCommission Program
Must be serving in pay grade E-6 or above.
Warrant Officer appointment
Must have special training and skills inspecific fields.
Direct Commission Program
Can attend college on a full-time basis for upto 2 years and receive full pay and allowances.
Pre Commissioning ProgramPPEP
Compete by competitive examinations fordirect appointments.
Coast Guard Academy
The command may designate as the supervisor, a
1st class petty officer.

(54)

Route the completed employee review to the
Marking Official
__True__False1. Supporting documentation is required for recommended marks of 1, 3, or 7.
f (54)
__True__False2. An important aspect of the review is that it provides a road map for futureimprovement.
t (54)
__True__False3.

Recommendation for advancement is completed for Master, Senior, andChief Petty Officers.

f (54)
__True__False4. Adverse entries should also focus on one-time, minor infractions.
f (54)
__True__False5. A member who is financially irresponsible must be marked as unsatisfactoryconduct
t (54)
A special employee review was completed forMaster Chief Petty Officer Potan 5 months ago andit’s the last day of September.

No employee reviewrequired
SA Donahue has been in the Coast Guard for 18months and it’s the last day of February.
regular empl review
Reservist Petty Officer Graul has just beenpromoted to Chief Petty Officer. CPO Graul hascompleted 20 drill periods since the rating chaincompleted his special employee review.
special er
Petty Officer E-6 Grippe has been at her newduty station for four months and it’s the last day ofMay.
regular empl review
Fireman Alleby is in an unauthorized absencestatus and it’s the last day of January.
no er
Seaman Bolon was given a regular employeereview six weeks ago and has just been awardednon-judicial punishment.
special er
The most significant benefit of counseling is that it provides the evaluee with ________.

A road map for success
Counseling must take place not later than ________ following the employee review periodending date.
30
The ________counsels and reviews the evaluation with the evaluee.
Supervisor
The evaluee is counseled after ________.
The Approving Official has reviewed the employee evaluation.
An effective stress management technique is to: Practice deep breathing exercises.

t
An effective stress management technique is to: Avoid eating breakfast to avoid revving up your nerve fiber.
f
An effective stress management technique is to: Practice yoga.
t
An effective stress management technique is to: Don’t think about change until it happens so you don’t worry ahead oftime.

f
Under the Tuition Assistance program, enlisted members incur a serviceduty obligation.
t
Coast Guard Foundation grants are only for active duty service personnelin pay grades E2-E9 with three or more years of Coast Guard service.
f
Enlisted members may be able to receive college credit for some of theirmilitary learning experience.
t (54)
A unit commanding officer may order a survey even if one is not required.
t
It is the responsibility of the ________ to ensure training is properly recorded.
coast gaurd member (54)
Discrepancies in Direct Access training records should be reported to ________.
servicing personnel office (54)
“C” schools are resident training courses.

t (54)
training are both used by the Coast Guard.
Non-resident and resident (54)
schools are resident training courses.
“c” (54)
training courses have specific beginning and graduation dates.
resident (54)
Requests for resident courses must be formally submitted by yourimmediate supervisor.

f (54)
Funds for travel to the school site must also be requested.
t (54)
Electronic Training Requests (ETRs) cannot be submitted under selfservicefunctions in Direct Access.
t (54)
The ________ is the written determination to restrict competition.
JOTFOC (54)
PRs for construction requests are limited to ________.
$2000
The PR limit value for ordering supplies and services is ________.

$2500
To be eligible for the Servicewide Exam (SWE), you must ________.
a. Be in your rate for a required period of timeb. Have your CO’s recommendationc. Have successfully completed the End of Course test (54)
The reason(s) members are not ranked in the SWE process where they thought they shouldbe is usually because there was ________.

a. Inaccurate award pointsb. Inaccurate sea duty pointsc. Missing data
A Closed Compartment Opening Request Form is required to openconfined spaces.

f (54)
A lockout/tagout system is not necessary when deenergizing and securityelectrical equipment.
f (54)
Universal Precautions is an infection control approach developed by theCoast Guard that assumes every direct contact with body fluids ispotentially infectious.
f (54)
Completing a Man Aloft Chit before sending a person to work afloat isoptional.
F (54)
Ascertain if a qualified person maintains and teststhe fire detection system.

Fire Department OperationEvaluation Checklist(Shore)
Ensure that guards are in place for fan bladeswhose periphery is less than 7 feet above the flooror working level.
Machine and MovingMechanical Parts Checklist(Shore)
Ascertain if MSDSs are maintained for allapplicable materials procured and utilized.
Hazard CommunicationChecklist (Shore)
Check if ladders used by personnel working on liveconductors have non-conductive side rails.
Electrical Safety-RelatedWork Practices Checklist(Shore)
Look to see if side rails used as climbing aids haveadequate gripping and are free of sharp edges.
Fixed Ladders Checklist(Shore)
Check if all floors are free from protruding nails,holes, splinters, and loose boards,
Aisles, Passageways, andFloors Checklist (Shore)
Look to see if a plan is in place for specifying unitactions in event of fires, medical emergencies,bomb threats, hazardous materials releases, etc
Emergency Action PlanChecklist (Shore)
• Additional instruction in a phase of military duty where an individualis deficient• Intended for, and directed toward, the correction of that deficiency• A legitimate training technique to improve an individual’s dutyperformance and efficiency.
EMI
not to be used as a substitute for judicial (court-martial)punishment or non-judicial punishment (NJP). It must be logically relatedto the deficiency in performance for which it was assigned.
emi
EMI does not deprive the enlisted person of normal liberty to which he orshe is entitled.

t
Examples of privileges that can be withheld include:
• Special liberty• Scheduling of leave during a particular period…however, reasonableopportunity to take annual leave may not be denied• Exchange of duty• Participation in special command programs• Access to base or ship libraries, base or ship movies, or enlisted orofficers’ clubs• Base parking• Base or ship special services events• Commissary and exchange privileges…provided such withholdingcomplies with applicable rules and regulations, and is otherwise inaccordance with the law. (54)
Searches and the subsequent seizure of items can be conducted under twodifferent circumstances:
• When probable cause exists• When probable cause is not required.
CG-3307
AdministrativeRemarks Sheet
years in present pay grade is required to be advanced each stepfrom E-6 through E-9.
2
In addition, E-8 advancement requires __ years minimum active
10
E-9 advancement requires __ years minimum activeservice
12
CG1650
awards
The APS is NOT to be assigned CDAR duties.
t
an occurrence where alcohol is involved or presentbut is not the causative factor for a member’s undesirable behavior orperformance (i.e., purchasing alcohol for a minor falls under thiscategory).
alcohol situation
involves any behavior that:• Results in the member’s loss of ability to perform assigned duties• Brings discredit upon the Uniformed Services• Is a violation of the UCMJ, Federal, state, or local laws where alcoholis determined to be a significant or causative factor.

alcohol incident
Alcohol MUST be consumed to be considered an alcohol incident.
t
4 Is involved in a second alcohol incident4 Who is a diagnosed alcoholic begins consuming alcohol afterreceiving alcohol treatment4 Violates the aftercare plan.
2nd Incident Disposition
Members will be processed for separationwho are:4 Involved in a third alcohol incident4 Diagnosed alcoholics who again consume alcohol the second timeafter receiving alcohol treatment4 Violate their aftercare treatment plan a second time
3rd Incident Disposition.
The Coast Guard provides alcohol abuse prevention and rehabilitationprograms on three levels:
Level 1: Awareness EducationLevel 2: Outpatient/Intensive OutpatientLevel 3: Residential Rehabilitation Programs
This requirement focuses on three Reserve StatusDuty Categories
• Ready Reserve• Standby Reserve• Retired Reserve
Individuals within the ReadyReserve designated as essential to initial contingency requirementshave priority over all other Reserve elements.
Selected Reserve (SELRES).
Coast Guard SELRES members are generally authorized __ paidInactive Duty Training (IDT) drills and at least __ paid Active Dutyfor Training (ADT) days per fiscal year.
48, 12 (54)
This pool of personnelprincipally consists of individuals who have had training and havepreviously served in the Active forces or in the Selected Reserve.
Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).

consists of reservists who are not in the ReadyReserve or the Retired Reserve, but who are liable for involuntary recall toactive duty as provided in 10 U.S.C. 12301 and 12306.
The Standby Reserve
Standby Reserve category consists of reservistswho may be ordered to active duty in time of war or national emergencywhen not enough qualified Ready Reservists are available in requiredcategories.
The Active Status List,
This category contains reservists who may be ordered to active duty intime of war or national emergency if it is determined that not enoughqualified reservists in an active status are available in the categoriesrequired.
Inactive Status List,Standby Reserve
• Civilian contractors at other than Coast Guard facilities, when workingon a piece of Coast Guard equipment, such as a vessel or aircraft,when it does not have a crew in attendance• Suicide, homicide, or other malicious and intentional acts that result inphysical harm or property damage.
Non-reportableEvents
• Damage to Coast Guard facilities, including vessel, boat, shorefacility, vehicle, weapon or other equipment.

• Damage to other than Coast Guard facilities as a result of Coast Guardoperations.

reportable mishaps
Intentional damage or injury including damage caused by:4 Enemy or hostile action4 Malicious acts of sabotage or arson4 Law enforcement action ordered by competent authority4 Intentional destructions or damage for research and developmentpurposes.
Non-reportableEvents
Most serious or costly and warrant a formal MishapAnalysis Board.
Class A Mishaps. (54)
Sufficiently serious to also warrant formal MishapAnalysis Board action.

Class B Mishaps. (54)
Less serious and do NOT warrant formalMishap Analysis Board action.
Class C and D Mishaps. (54)
• The cost of reportable property damage is $2,000,000 or greater.• A Coast Guard cutter is missing or abandoned, recovery is impossibleor impractical, or repair is uneconomical.• An injury or occupational illness results in a fatality or permanent totaldisability.

• A Coast Guard small boat has reportable property value of$100,000 or more and is missing or abandoned, recovery isimpossible or impractical, or is beyond economic repair.

class a
• The resulting cost of reportable property damage is $500,000 ormore, but less than $2,000,000.• Any injury or occupational illness results in permanent partialdisability.• Five or more personnel are “in-patient” hospitalized.• A Coast Guard small boat incurs repairable damage of $100,000or more.
class b
• The cost of property damage is $50,000 or more, but less than$500,000.• A nonfatal injury or occupational illness results in any loss of timefrom work beyond the day or shift on which it occurred (lost-timecase).

• A Coast Guard small boat incurs repairable damage of $50,000 ormore, but less than $100,000.

class c
• The cost of non-aviation property damage is less than $5,000 butless than $50,000. Aviation mishaps where cost of property is lessthan $50,000.• A nonfatal injury or occupational illness occurs that does not meet thecriteria of a class C mishap (no lost-time case).• A person is overboard, an accidental firearm discharge occurs, or anelectric shock occurs that doesn’t meet the criteria of a higherclassification.

class d
M5728.2
Public Affairs Manual,
COMDTINST M1000.6
Personnel Manual,
The 21 leadership competencies are grouped into the three categories of:
Self, Working with Others, and Performance
To ensure your people are fully versed in advancement requirements, you would suggest theybecome familiar with the requirements in COMDTINST M1000.

6 (series).

Chapter 5, Section C
Select two circumstances that could prevent promotion.
Approved retirement request, Confinement
Alcohol is involved but was not the causative factor for amember’s undesirable behavior
Alcohol-relatedsituation
A member with an alcohol problem asks for help.
Self-referral
Awareness education, outpatient and residential care.
Alcohol preventionand rehabilitation
A member’s inability to perform assigned duties due toalcohol.
Alcohol incident
Member transferred from Ready Reservebecause of temporary disability.

Active Status List, StandbyReserve
Reserve member designated as essential toinitial contingency requirements.
Selected Reserve (SELRES)
Reserve member retired with 20 years ofservice and a 45% disability.
Disability Retiree
Reserve member 62 years of age andreceiving retired pay.
RET-1
Trained member who previously served in theActive forces.
Individual Ready Reserve(IRR)
Member with at least 20 years of service witha 20% disability.
Inactive Status List, StandbyReserve
Reserve member under 60 years of age withqualifying years for retired pay.

RET-2
If your SDL symbol is not authorized for distribution, prepare a ________.
Locate the sponsor from Chapter 2 or 3 of the DPRI.
Publications are listed in the DPRI
Alphabetically, Numerically
The DPRI consists of _______ chapters.
7
If your SDL symbol is not authorized for distribution, prepare a ________.
GS Form 5323
during the war of 1812 the Narcissis captured what vessel
the surveyor (57)
This time, however, the entire Coast Guard…manpower, vessels, and units…was transferred to the Navy
in April 1917 (57)
the Tampa was torpedoed by aGerman submarine and all of the crew killed on what date
On September 26, 1918, (57)
to be appointed CWO you must have a total of how many years in the armed forces
8 (57)
PPEP applicanats must be between what ages
Be between 21 years and not yet 32 years of age prior to theirOCS class convening date.

(57)

who may designate a first class petty officer (E-6) as thesupervisor.
CO (57)
A supervisor who is a first class petty officer, designated as ___________ , does not have to be one pay grade senior to the evaluee.
executive (57)petty officer
loss of recommendation for advancemanet cannot be
recommendation is final and cannot be appealed. (57)
A special employee review is required
• Awarded non-judicial punishment (NJP)– OR –• Convicted by a court-martial (CM).• Advancement or change in rating to pay grade E-7 or above• Detachment for permanent change of station• Detachment for intra-command reassignments if the ApprovingOfficial will change• Detachment of an Approving Official who directly supervises anevaluee• Evaluee completes TAD, Active Duty for Special Work-ReserveComponent (ADSW-RC), or Active Duty for Special Work-ActiveComponent (ADSW-AC) for any length of time. (57)
Stress is defined as the collection of physical and emotionalresponses to any situation that disrupts a person’s
equilibrium (57)
aviod making this when delaing with a suicidal individual
mkaing judgement (57)
Excess property is any item determined by the custodian to be of ___________ by the custodial area
nocurrent use (57)
A micro purchase for the acquisiotn ofsupplies shall not exceed
$3,000.00.

(57)

what is not provided in your personnel data extract?
swe scores (57)
Some examples of permit-required confined spaces on cutters and othervessels include fuel tanks, cofferdams, double bottoms, ballast tanks, and
CHT storage tanks. (57)
an infection control approach developed by theCenter for Disease Control (CDC) that assumes every direct contact withbody fluids is potentially infectious.
Universal Precautions
making sure your idea is clear the speaker should consider
the experience level of the audience (57)
directive that contains 25 or more pages
Manuals (57)
this direcdtive is urgent in nature
Notices (57)
In Line 13, the originator includes the code ____ to indicatethe body text for the message is completed.
BT
what program would you use to draft up a CGMS
CG Portal (57)
E-8 advancement requires how many years minimum active
10 (57)
E-9 advancement requires how many years minimum activeservice
12 (57)
All Coast Guard personnel, military and civilian, are to participate in Human Realations Training at least
triennially (57)
All Coast Guard missions and daily __________, both on-dutyand off-duty, involve risk management decisions
activities (57)
the material gathered for the mishap falls into twoclassifications
• Category I: Privileged Material• Category II: Nonprivileged Material

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