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92 Cards in this Set

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Reporting Senior
Commanding Officers are reporting seniors by virtue of command authority
Delegated Reporting Seniors
delegation of reporting senior authority is an actual transfer of that authority and not merely an authorization to
Immediate Superiors in Command (ISICs)
reporting seniors for assigned commanding officers.
Enlisted Reporting Seniors
Chief Petty Officers (E-7 to E-9) act as reporting seniors to E-4 and below only
should be a Chief Petty Officer whenever possible
Senior Rater
Usually DIVO or Department Head
Who must sign evals for E6 and Below
Rater, Senior Rater and Reporting Senior
Who is ultimately responsible for the performance counseling program?
Commanding Officer
Regular Report
foundation of the performance record. submitted peridocally according to schedule
Concurrent Report
record of significant performance while in and additional or TAD status. optional unless directed by a higher authority
Operational Commander Reports
optional. only submitted on commanding officers or OICs by operational commanders who are not also their reporting seniors
What can you not put in a comments block?
bold, underline, italics, or centering
Significant Problems
Must Promote
Early Promote
T/F Members have a responsiblity to sign all of their regular reports
T/F Adverse or dowgraded evals may be directed as punishment
When to use a standard letter
used to correspond offically with addressess in DOD
a letter that is transmitted "Via"
informal way to correspond within an activity or between DON activities
NAVPERS 1070/602
(Page 2) dependant application and emergency data
NAVPERS 1070/604
(Page 4) Enlisted Qualifications History
NAVPERS 1070/605
(Page 5) History of Assignments
NAVPERS 1070/613
(Page 13) Administrative Remarks (can be good or bad)
What is the purpose of the UCMJ
to promote good order and discipline
Who is subject to the UCMJ
members of a regular or reserve component of the armed forces

members of a fleet reserve or FMF reserve
members on inactive duty training
national guard on federal duty
all persons serving with the armed forces in wartime in the field

volunteers from the time of their muster and acceptance into the armed forces
Armed forces cadets, avation cadets and midshipmen
retired member still entitled to pay
retired members who are recieving hospitalization
Summary Court Martial
one active duty commissioned officer with a rank of captain or higher
Special Court Martial
can be comprised of a military judge or a military judge or no less than 3 active duty armed service members
General Court Martial
can be comprised of a military judge or a military judge and not less than 5 impartial active duty personnel
in a special or general court maritial, if the accused is an enlisted he/she may request what portion of the members of the court be enlisted?
What is the value of NJP to the commander and marine?
Promote good order and discipline
When can NJP be administered?
for minor offenses of the UCMJ
T/F The accused has the right to refuse NJP
How long does the accused have to appeal NJP?
5 Days
What is the Marine Corps Order for Hazing?
MCO 1700.28
Monthly statement of an activity's enlisted personnel account.
EDVR Section 1
EDVR Section 2
EDVR Section 3
Alphabetic Listing of all Enlisted Assigned
EDVR Section 4
Total Personnel account of the activity including sections 1-3
EDVR Section 5
Personnel Status Summary
EDVR Section 6
Dirtribution NEC
EDVR Section 7
NEC Billet and Personnel Inventory
EDVR Section 8
Personnel qualified in NECs
EDVR Section 9
Diary Message Summary
EDVR Section 10
Duty Preference Listing
EDVR Section 11
Security data, citizenship code,
EDVR section 12
listing of both officer and enlisted personnel in an embarked or TAD status to augment normal manning
nine common elements in combat environment
violence, casualties, confusion, isolation, communications breakdown, individual discomfort, fear, continous operations, homesickness
individual's state of mind
individual or group attitude that ensures prompt obedience to orders and initiation or appropriate action in the absence of orders
Esprit de Corps
loyalty to, pride in, and enthusiasm for the unit show by its member
the technical, tactical, and physical ability to perform the job or mission
based on psychological factors such as needs, desires and impulses that cause a person to act
Begin planning, arrange reconnance, make reconnanice, complete the plan, issue the order, supervise
code of conduct article 1
I am an american, fighting in the armed forces which guard my country and our way of life. i am prepared to give my life in their defense
code of conduct article 2
i will never surrender of my own free will. if in command, i will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist
code of conduct, article 3
if i am captured, i will continue to resist by all means available, if in command, i will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist
code of conduct article 4
if i become a prisoner of war, i will keep faith with my fellow prisoners. i will give no information nor take part in any action which might be harmful to my comrades. if i am senior, i will take command, if not i will obey the lawful orders of those appointed over me and will back them in every way
code of conduct article 5
when questioned, should i become a prisoner of war, i am required to give my name, rank, service number and date of birth. i will evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. i will make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its allies, or harmful to their cause
code of conduct, article 6
i will never forget that i am an american, fighting for freedom, responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which made my country free. i will trust in my god and in the united states of america
Explain respinsibility to perform paid labor
not military
not degrading
not dangerous
not unheathly
first general first aid rule
take a moment to get organized
2d general first aid rule
unless contraindicated, make preliminary examination in the position and place you find the victim
3d general first aid rule
in a multi victim situtaion, limit your preliminary survey to observing for ABCs
4th general first aid rule
examine victim for fractures
5th general first aid rule
remove enough clothing to get a clear idea of the extent of the injury
6th general first aid rule
keep victim reassured and comfortable
7th general first aid rule
avoid touching open wounds or burns with your fingers or unsterile objects
8th general first aid rule
unless contraindicated, position the unconscious or semiconsious victim on his side or back
9th general first aid rule
carry a litter patient feet first
Class 1
tacital: walking wounded minor injuries
Class 2
tactical: those who require immediate life sustaning measures
Class 3
tactical: patient for whom definitive treatment can be delayed without jeopardy to life or loss of limb
Class 4
tactical: expectant
Priority 1
non-tactictal:correctable life-threatening illnesses or injuries (Immediate)
Priority 2
non tactictal: patients with serious or but non life-threatening injuries.(delayed)
Priority 3
non tactictal: patients with minor injuries (minimal)
Priority 4
non tactical: expantant
primary survey
What is the best way to control external bleeding?
pressure dressing
# of pressure points in the body
22 (11 on each side)
T/F always give medications for a head wound
T/F never push intestines back in the wound
closed fracture
injury is entirely internal
First degree burn
epidermal layer is irratated, reddened and tingling.
second degree burn
epidermal blisters, mottled appearence and red base. damage extends into dermis
third degree burn
full thickness injury penertrating into muscle or fatty tissue. tissues and nerves are destroyed
most life threating heat injury
heat stroke
general cooling of the body caused by exposure to low or rapidly falling tempertures,