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POD | POW - Plan of the Day 11/04/2010

Time Thursday Remarks
 

All, crew members are reminded to turn in their TLD prior to checking out on Leave.

SUBASE will shift from winter uniforms to summer uniforms on Apr 26.

0000-0100 0030 Afterwatch Cleanup
0100-0500 0430 Drill PreBrief (ERML)
0500-0600 Breakfast (CM)
0530 Sec 1 Relieve the watch
0600-0700 0615 Drill Brief (WR)
0630 Afterwatch Cleanup
0700-0800 DRILLS
0800-0900  
0900-1000  
1000-1100 1000 Drill Critique (WR)
1030 Drill Debrief (CM) Sec 3
1100-1200 Lunch (CM)
1130 Sec 2 Relieve the watch
1200-1300 1230 Afterwatch Cleanup
1300-1400 Drill Debrief (CM) Sec 1
1400-1500  
1500-1600  
1600-1700  
1700-1800 Dinner (CM)
1730 Sec 3 Relieve the watch
1800-1900 1830 Afterwatch Cleanup
1900-2000 Navigation Training Review- (WR) Nav
2000-2100 Movie Call (CM)
2100-2200  
2200-2300  
2300-2400 MidRats (CM)
2330 Sec 1 Relieve

Qualifications

ET2(SS) Prototype 1.2 Started: 2009 Sep 22 Due: 2009 Oct 22 Status: -79
Section / Item Items
To Go
Points Prereqs
Links
Next Checkout
Total Actual To Go Date / Time Certifier
Prerequisites 2 2 0 2
1.1 Be qualified Submarines 1 0 1   Sign
1.2 Be a CPO, First Class Petty Officer or Second Class Petty Officer designated as COW candidate 1 0 1   Sign
Knowledge Factors 50 65 16 49
Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the following systems through oral examination including drawing the system 18 0 18
2.1 Trim and Drain Sytem 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.2 External Hydraulics 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.3 Steering and Diving Hydraulics 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.4 Ship's Service Hydraulics 1 0 1   2009 Sep 30
2.5 Hydraulic Power Plant 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.6 High Pressure Air 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.7 Ship's Service Air 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.8 Low Pressure Blow 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.9 Emergency Blow 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.10 Ventilation 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.11 Snorkel and Diesel System 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.12 Snorkel induction and Safety Circuit, 1SN 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.13 Snorkel Exhaust Safety Circuit, 2SN 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.14 Depth Control System 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.15 Emergency Flood Control 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.16 Communications and Alarm Circuits 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.17 Ship's Battery and Support Systems 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.18 Masts and Antennas 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
Block signature   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
Casualty Procedures: Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the following casualty including actions of all watchstanders and precautions through oral examination 19 0 19
2.19 General Emergency 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.20 Emergency Ship Control 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.21 Collision 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.22 Flooding 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.23 Fire 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.24 Toxic Gas 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.25 Loss of Propulsion 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.26 Loss of Electrical Power 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.27 VLS Missile Tube Emergency 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.28 Loss of AC/Ventilation 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.29 Ship Destruction 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.30 Weapons Emergency 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.31 Passive Defense 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.32 Man Overboard 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.33 Abandon Ship 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.34 Major Propulsion Plant Casualty 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.35 Loss of Hydraulic Power 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.36 Emergency Deep 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
2.37 Accidental Submergence 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
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2.38 Duties and responsibilities of all underway watchstations forward 1 0 1   Sign
Operating Procedures 18 7 11
2.39 Rig for Dive 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.40 Rig for Surface 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.41 Diving 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.42 Stationary Diving 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.43 Surfacing 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.44 Vertical Surfacing 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.45 Snorkel/Ventilation 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.46 Battery Charging 1 0 1   Sign
2.47 Maneuvering Procedure 1 0 1   Sign
2.48 Propulsion Bill 1 0 1   Sign
2.49 Depth Charge 1 0 1   Sign
2.50 Deep Submergence 1 0 1   Sign
2.51 High Speed Operations 1 0 1   Sign
2.52 Silent Running 1 0 1   Sign
2.53 Cold Weather 1 0 1   Sign
2.54 Reduced Visibility 1 0 1   Sign
2.55 Rescue and Assistance 1 0 1   Sign
2.56 Repel Boarders Sneak/Attack 1 0 1   Sign
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2.57 Normal and alternate electrical power supplies to the BCP indications and equipment operated from the BCP 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.58 Location of local overrides and/or manual operation for all BCP controlled equipment 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.59 Normal reading and alarm set points for all BCP controlled equipment 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.60 Normal operation of all equipment operated from the BCP 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.61 Detailed knowledge of ship's control panel (Modes of planes, rudder operations, power supplies, etc.) 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.62 Knowledge of SVP and how it affects ship operations 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.63 Navigation lights and whistle 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.64 Communication Circuit with the bridge 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
2.65 Depth Sensing system 1 1 0   2009 Sep 22 Administrator 1 (Scratch)
Practical Factors 25 23 0 23
Demonstrate the ability to operate the BCP during the following evolutions 23 0 23
3.1 Diving (2 times) 1 0 1   Sign
3.2 Surfacing 1 0 1   Sign
3.3 Ventilating 0 0 0   Sign
3.4 Recirculate Mode 1 0 1   Sign
3.5 Ventilate Mode 1 0 1   Sign
3.6 Surface Ventilate Mode 1 0 1   Sign
3.7 Snorkel Mode 1 0 1   Sign
3.8 Emergency Ventilate Mode 1 0 1   Sign
3.9 Snorkeling 1 0 1   Sign
3.10 TDU Operations 1 0 1   Sign
3.11 Periscope Depth Operations (2 times) 1 0 1   Sign
3.12 General Emergency 1 0 1   Sign
3.13 Collision 1 0 1   Sign
3.14 Flooding 1 0 1   Sign
3.15 Fire 1 0 1   Sign
3.16 Loss of Electrical Power 1 0 1   Sign
3.17 Loss of Propulsion 1 0 1   Sign
3.18 Compute and enter normal dive compensation 1 0 1   Sign
3.19 Stand a minimum of three watches under instruction on the BCP. (At least one watch surfaced) 1 0 1   Sign
3.20 OPNAVINST 3120.32, COMSUBLANTINST 5101.5 TAGOUT USERS MANUEL NAVSEA S0400-AD-URM-010/TUM, (Tagout Procedures) 1 0 1   Sign
3.21 Commanding Officers Standing Orders 1 0 1   Sign
3.22 NAVSEA S9086-G1-STM 010, NSTM CH 223 Vol. 1, NAVSEA S9223-AF-MMO-010/882H Submarine Main Storage Battery Technical Manual. JFMM Vol. IV, Appendix 3B 1 0 1   Sign
3.23 Understand the role of the COW in supervision, operation and monitoring of systems which effect remotely operated key reactor plant valves (EDOM part II, Section 3.8.8). 1 0 1   Sign
3.24 Barrier Criteria for maintenance, COMSUBLANT/COMSUBPACINST 4790.4 Vol. IV, Joint Fleet Maintenance Manual. 1 0 1   Sign
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End of Card Items 5 5 0 5
4.1 Satisfactorily completed a comprehensive written examination on the above areas administered by the Ship's Diving Officer. 1 0 1   Schedule Exam
4.2 Satisfactorily completed a comprehensive oral examination on the above areas administered by the Ship's Diving Officer. Recommended for qualification as Chief of the Watch. 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
4.3 Satisfactorily completed a comprehensive oral examination on the above areas administered by the Executive Officer. Certified to be qualified as Chief of the Watch 1 0 1   Schedule Oral Exam
4.4 Qualification entered in Watch Qualification Binder 1 0 1   Sign
4.5 Service record entry completed 1 0 1   Sign

Time & Daylight

Sunrise: 05:57
Sunset: 19:38
Sun Transit: 12:47