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by: Jillian Schmeler Jr.
Jillian Schmeler Jr.

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jillian Schmeler Jr. on Monday November 2, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to NS 2323 at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see /class/233974/ns-2323-georgia-institute-of-technology-main-campus in Naval Science at Georgia Institute of Technology - Main Campus.


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Date Created: 11/02/15
Nssool new DEFINITION OF MEASUREMENT TERMS Know recall facts bring to mind and recognize appropriate material Examples Know the objectives of damage control aboard ship Know the safety procedures used to provide the fullest measure of safe small boat operations Comprehend interpret principles and concepts and relate them to new situations Examples Comprehend the mission of the Us Navy and the US Marine Corps Comprehend the concepts of internal forces eg stress strain shear etc Apply utilize knowledge and comprehension of specific facts in new relationships with other facts theories and principles Examples Apply correct plotting procedures when navigating in pilot waters Apply correct procedures to determine times of sunrise and sunset Demonstrate show evidence of ability in performing the task Examples Demonstrate third class swimming skills and fundamental water survival skills Demonstrate the correct procedures used in radio telephone communications PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCY OBJECTIVES The following professional core competency objective statements for this course are taken from the Professional Core Competency Manual For Officer Accession Programs promulgated in 1996 1 The student will comprehend the moral and ethical responsibilities of the military leader a The student will comprehend the leader s moral and ethical responsibilities to the organization and society b The student will comprehend the relationship of integrity moral courage and ethical behavior to authority responsibility and accountability 2 The student will know the fundamentals and limitations of spacebased navigation and comprehend the operation of the global positioning system and the uses of precise positioning and time 3 The student will comprehend the following personal qualities and be able to relate them to a leader s effectiveness a Loyalty b Honor c Integrity d Courage moral 4 The student will know the theory and information that can be obtained from the practice of celestial navigation at sea a The student will know the motions of celestial bodies and relate these motions to coordinate systems b The student will comprehend the longitudetime relationship and time conversion zone time determination and motions of the sun as the basis of time c The student will know the correct procedures to determine the times of sunrise and sunset 5 The student will comprehend the theory and practice of marine navigation by GPSNAVSSI and other electronic methods a The student will know the theory and basic principles of radar navigation b The student will know the theory and basic operating principles of GPSNAVSSI including the importance of correcting for differences between the GPSNAVSSI and navigation chart datum c The student will know the basic principles of inertial navigation and bottom contour navigation 6 The student will apply the fundamentals of the practice of marine navigation at sea a The student will comprehend the uses of navigational datums and various chart projections The student will know chart symbology particularly those symbols pertaining to hazards and dangers b The student will know how to select the proper chart both paper and electronic and how to determine chart accuracy and reliability c The student will apply correct plotting procedures when navigating in pilot waters 1 The student will apply the six rules of dead reckoning in keeping a plot of ship39s movements 2 The student will comprehend the definitions of the terms track speed of advance speed over ground PIM EP LOP relative bearing and course made good 3 The student will plot and interpret danger and turn bearings 4 The student will plot and interpret simultaneous and running fixes 5 The student will know the variables to compute the visibility of lights d The student will know the advantages disadvantages and applications of gyro and magnetic compasses l The student will apply terrestrial navigation methods to determine compass error 2 The student will apply magnetic variation and deviation or gyro error to convert from compass to true course or bearing and vice versa e The student will know the capabilities and limitations of various instruments used in piloting to determine direction speed distance and depth of water f The student will know the essential publications and records used in navigation and comprehend their value in all applications g The student will know the characteristics and application of various aids to navigation in piloting and comprehend their importance in safe navigation including 1 buoyage systems IALA 2 lightsdaymarkers 3 sound signals 4 radar beaconsmarkers h The student will apply correct procedures in planning and plotting approaches to harbors and anchorages i The student will comprehend tidal action and know tide classifications and reference planes 7 The student will know the environmental weather factors affecting naval operations a The student will know the basic principles of basic weather phenomenon including fronts subtropical and tropical storms b The student will know the relationship between wind and current in winddriven current systems c The student will know the sources of environmental predictions including pilot charts and weather broadcasts d The student will know the earth39s major wind and current systems e The student will know how wind velocity relates to storm warnings and comprehend the effect of wind velocity on sea state f The student will know the characteristics of the approach of tropical storms and hurricanetyphoon evasion techniques 8 The student will know inland and international laws and systems of regulations which govern conduct of vessels in nation al waters and on the high seas a The student will know the major aspects of the United States39 position on International Law of the Sea regarding territorial seas contiguous zones high seas and rights of innocent passage b The student will know the US Inland Rules of the Road and the international regulations for preventing collisions at sea to include 1 The purpose and scope of the rules including application 2 Terms and definitions used in the rules 3 Steering rules for vessels in sight of each other including sound signals 4 Lights and day shapes for frequently encountered vessel classes 5 Use of radar and conduct of vessels in reduced visibility including sound signals


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