Covers the simplest
machine-levers; block and tackle; wheel and axle; inclined plane and wedges;
screw and gears. Internal combustion engines and power trains have cursory
1 & C
Provides training on the
following subject matter areas: Describes procedures for scheduling,
administering, and supervising work; the purpose and nature of the Engineering
Operational Sequencing System and Engineering Operational Casualty Control
System; troubleshooting and corrective maintenance procedures for diesel
engines, their accessories, reduction gears, main line shafts and shaft
bearings; factors affecting engine performance and efficiency; construction,
troubleshooting and maintenance of complex refrigeration and air conditioning
systems, compressed air systems, auxiliary boilers, and hydraulic systems;
procedures for engineering casualty control, maintaining engineering records
and reports, conducting trials of engineering equipment and systems, and
preparing for administrative and operational inspection.
personnel for advancement to petty officer second class in the Engineman
rating. This course includes the following topics: administration and
training; measuring and repair instruments; internal combustion engines; speed
controlling devices; refrigeration and air-conditioning; compressed air
systems; laundry, mess deck, galley, scullery, and other auxiliary equipment;
and lathe and machining operations.
Provides the basic
information required for advanced equipment operators to perform the duties
and responsibilities of the following positions: Transportation Supervisor;
Air Detachment Equipment Supervisor; Crane Crew Supervisor; Project
Supervisor; Quarry Supervisor; Crusher Supervisor; Concrete Batch Plant
Supervisor; Asphalt Plant Supervisor; and Well Drilling Supervisor.
Covers the principles and
operations of electrical and hydraulic systems, engine systems, power trains,
chassis systems, tractor-trailers, dump trucks, front-end loaders, excavators,
ditchers, graders, scrapers, dozers, rollers, cranes, paving equipment and
miscellaneous equipment. Also covered are rules of the road, transportation
operations, and rigging.
Presents the fundamentals
of fluid power (hydraulics and pneumatics); emphasizes fluid power components
and systems having general application in naval equipment. Intended as a basic
reference for all Navy personnel whose duties require them to have a knowledge
of the fundamentals of fluid power.
TURBINE SYSTEMS SUPERVISOR
needed by senior petty officers and chiefs responsible for the management,
training, and administering of Gas Turbine Systems personnel. Subjects
included are programs, reports, and records; power train and propulsion
systems; and gas turbine maintenance.