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					                                          MODULAR WARPING TUG
                                         88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER

                                          PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
1.    Authority: Title 10, USC, Section 3012.
2.    Purpose: Provide necessary information in order to determine marine examination to be administered.
3.    Routing uses: Identification of marine examines.
4.    Voluntary disclosure: Failure to provide all data on this form can result in rejection of the application.

Name ______________________________________ Rank: __________ SSN: _____________________
       Last          First          MI

                                                          Date Assigned to
PMOS: ______________ Unit: ______________                 Vessel Position: ____________________________


                                     ENGINEMEN, MWT MOD 1 - MOS 88L10/20


TASK #               TASK                                  MSE Signature/              USAML # /         DATE


1. *        Observe All Safety/Environmental
            Protection Precautions           ________________________________________________

2.          Don A Lifejacket                     ________________________________________________

3. *        Comply With Water Pollution And
            Abatement Regulations           ________________________________________________

4. *        Perform Technical Inspection On A
            MWT                               ________________________________________________

5.          Perform Line Handling                ________________________________________________

6.          Preserve MWT/ISOPAK Surface
            Areas                                ________________________________________________

7.          Recognize Fire And Safety Hazards________________________________________________

8.          Perform Operator PMCS On A
            MWT                                  ________________________________________________

9.          Perform Pre-Operational Checks       ________________________________________________

10. *       Perform Post-Operational Checks _________________________________________________

11.         Identify Valve And Piping
            Systems                              _________________________________________________

12.         Operate And Maintain The Bilge
            System                               _________________________________________________
                                      MODULAR WARPING TUG
                                     88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER


TASK #           TASK                           MSE Signature/         USAML # /     DATE


13. *    Operate And Maintain The Main
         Engines                         _________________________________________________

14. *    Assist In The Assembly Of The
         MWT                             _________________________________________________

15. *    Assist In The Disassembly And
         Preparing A MWT For Shipment    _________________________________________________

16. *    Operate And Maintain The Sea
         Water And Engine Cooling System _________________________________________________

17. *    Identify And Service The Steering
         System                            _________________________________________________

18. *    Assist In Retrieving The EASY
         From The RRDF                   _________________________________________________

19.      Demonstrate Damage Control
         Procedures                      _________________________________________________

20. *    Assist in the Setup And Operation
         Of the Emergency Steering         _________________________________________________

21.      Assist In Emplacing HDMB        _________________________________________________

22.      Assist In Setting The Anchor    _________________________________________________

23.      Stand Underway Watch            _________________________________________________

24.      Perform Refueling Operations    _________________________________________________

25.      Operate A Tactical Radio And
         Send / Receive A Message        _________________________________________________

26.      Operate A Bridge-To-Bridge
         Radio                           _________________________________________________

27. *    React To Emergency Drills       _________________________________________________

28.      Identify Wheelhouse Control
         Panel                           _________________________________________________

29.      Identify Service, And Operate
         Winch                           _________________________________________________




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                                     88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER
TASK #           TASK                                MSE Signature/            USAML # /        DATE


30. *    Identify And Service
         Firefighting System And Devices   _________________________________________________

31.      Test Service And Maintain
         Lead Acid Batteries                _________________________________________________

32.      Pressure Test Modules             _________________________________________________

33. *    Gas Free Spaces And
         Confined Space Entry              _________________________________________________

34.      Repair Raw Water Pump             _________________________________________________

35.      Perform Main Engine Tune-up       _________________________________________________

36.      Perform Sludging Operations       _________________________________________________


COMMANDER’S STATEMENT: I certify that my appointed MSE has observed that this individual has
successfully completed all performance measures for those required tasks within the proper time limits.




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                                          MODULAR WARPING TUG
                                         88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER

                                          PRIVACY ACT STATEMENT
1.    Authority: Title 10, USC, Section 3012.
2.    Purpose: Provide necessary information in order to determine marine examination to be administered.
3.    Routing uses: Identification of marine examines.
4.    Voluntary disclosure: Failure to provide all data on this form can result in rejection of the application.

Name ______________________________________ Rank: __________ SSN: _____________________
       Last          First          MI

                                                          Date Assigned to
PMOS: ______________ Unit: ______________                 Vessel Position: ____________________________


                                     ENGINEMEN, MWT MOD 1 - MOS 88L10/20


TASK #               TASK                                  MSE Signature/              USAML # /         DATE


1. *        Observe All Safety/Environmental
            Protection Precautions           ________________________________________________

2.          Don A Lifejacket                     ________________________________________________

3. *        Comply With Water Pollution And
            Abatement Regulations           ________________________________________________

4. *        Perform Technical Inspection On A
            MWT                               ________________________________________________

5.          Perform Line Handling                ________________________________________________

6.          Preserve MWT/ISOPAK Surface
            Areas                                ________________________________________________

7.          Recognize Fire And Safety Hazards________________________________________________

8.          Perform Operator PMCS On A
            MWT                                  ________________________________________________

9.          Perform Pre-Operational Checks       ________________________________________________

10. *       Perform Post-Operational Checks _________________________________________________

11.         Identify Valve And Piping
            Systems                              _________________________________________________

12.         Operate And Maintain The Bilge
            System                               _________________________________________________




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                                     88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER


TASK #           TASK                           MSE Signature/         USAML # /     DATE


13. *    Operate And Maintain The Main
         Engines                         _________________________________________________

14. *    Assist In The Assembly Of The
         MWT                             _________________________________________________

15. *    Assist In The Disassembly And
         Preparing A MWT For Shipment    _________________________________________________

16. *    Operate And Maintain The Sea
         Water And Engine Cooling System _________________________________________________

17. *    Identify And Service The Steering
         System                            _________________________________________________

18. *    Assist In Retrieving The EASY
         From The RRDF                   _________________________________________________

19.      Demonstrate Damage Control
         Procedures                      _________________________________________________

20. *    Assist in the Setup And Operation
         Of the Emergency Steering         _________________________________________________

21.      Assist In Emplacing HDMB        _________________________________________________

22.      Assist In Setting The Anchor    _________________________________________________

23.      Stand Underway Watch            _________________________________________________

24.      Perform Refueling Operations    _________________________________________________

25.      Operate A Tactical Radio And
         Send / Receive A Message        _________________________________________________

26.      Operate A Bridge-To-Bridge
         Radio                           _________________________________________________

27. *    React To Emergency Drills       _________________________________________________

28.      Identify Wheelhouse Control
         Panel                           _________________________________________________

29.      Identify Service, And Operate
         Winch                           _________________________________________________




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                                     88L10/20 MARINE ENGINEER
TASK #           TASK                                MSE Signature/            USAML # /        DATE


30. *    Identify And Service
         Firefighting System And Devices   _________________________________________________

31.      Test Service And Maintain
         Lead Acid Batteries                _________________________________________________

32.      Pressure Test Modules             _________________________________________________

33. *    Gas Free Spaces And
         Confined Space Entry              _________________________________________________

34.      Repair Raw Water Pump             _________________________________________________

35.      Perform Main Engine Tune-up       _________________________________________________

36.      Perform Sludging Operations       _________________________________________________


COMMANDER’S STATEMENT: I certify that my appointed MSE has observed that this individual has
successfully completed all performance measures for those required tasks within the proper time limits.




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Task #1 Observe Safety/ Environmental Protection Precautions

Instructions: For this task you are required to read and comprehend the safety and environmental protection
precaution statement.

Conditions Individual must demonstrate that they understand the contents of the Safety/Environmental Protection
Precautions statement and have knowledge of corrective action to be taken in the event any of the precautions are
violated.

                ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND HAZARD AWARENESS NOTICE

                 DEATH or serious injury may result if personnel fail to observe safety precautions.

                                                     WARNINGS

                                              FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS

Flammable liquids may be fuels, paints, solvents that have a flash point less than 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
Flammable liquids are often toxic that can ignite and irritate the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. Skin/eye protection
is required. Avoid repeated/prolonged contact. Dispense and use these products only in well-ventilated areas. When
transferring flammable liquids from one container to another, make sure that the equipment is properly grounded
and bonded. Keep away from open flames or other sources of ignition. Establish “NO SMOKING” safe zones
around storage and dispensing areas. Make sure that a fire extinguisher rated for a class “B” fires is readily
available.


                                                   FUEL HAZARDS

Fuel on clothing can be fatal if ignited by a static discharge. If fuel gets on your clothes, leave the refueling area as
soon as possible and wet clothes with water before taking them off. In extreme cold conditions, clothes should not
be wet; instead, ground yourself to a piece of grounded equipment by taking hold of it before taking off the clothes.
Wash skin with warm soapy water. Jet Fuels and Mogas are more susceptible to static discharge than diesel fuel.
Spilled fuel may create a flammable, vapor-air mixture and fire can take place. Stop refueling immediately if fuel
spill occurs.


                                                    ELECTRICITY

Electricity can cause fires, explosions or electrical shock or severe burns if not handled properly. Adequate
grounding will prevent many electrical accidents. It is important that grounding rods be deep enough to ensure a low
resistance to ground. Never remove the ground prong on an electrical plug. When pulling maintenance on electrical
equipment, shut off the electricity and place a lock on the system until work is complete and all maintenance
personnel are out of harms way. Electrical fires required a fire extinguisher rated for class “C” fires. Do not use
water on electrical fires


                                            HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Hazardous materials seem to be everywhere in the Army. They can be solids, gases or liquids that dangerous when
misused or handled improperly. Hazardous materials are identified by labels and placards, which warn about the
hazard they present. Personnel required to use, transport, store or handle these materials must receive HAZMAT
training. The key to understanding and controlling a specific hazardous material is the Material Data Safety Sheet
for that material which must be available at the work site.


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                                                LINE HANDLING

Line handling is something people tend to forget is hazardous, however it is of the utmost importance that we do not
let our guard down to the dangers of handling lines aboard a vessel. It only takes one time forgetting the proper
techniques and procedures of line handling to disfigure you for life or even kill you or a shipmate. Things to
remember and to always take into consideration when handling lines; beware of the danger zone associated with
lines in case of line snap back from a parting line; stay out of the bite of lines; do not wear gloves when handling
lines; keep hands clear of bits and cleats at all times. Remember handling lines is serious don’t take it for
granted because it could kill you.

                                CONFINED SPACE ENTRY AND HOT WORK

Confined spaces such as tanks, pits, vault, voids and other hard to get into spaces are especially dangerous because
there can be a lack of oxygen to breath, flammables are more concentrated, toxic atmospheres develop more quickly
and physical hazards present a greater risk because of the lack of room to maneuver. Before entering spaces, use a
meter to measure the levels of oxygen, flammability and toxicity. Personnel doing this kind of work must be trained
in confined space entry procedures. When welding, burning, grinding or other hot work around flammables, ensure
that a hot work permit has been issued.

                                            MATERIAL HANDLING

Many material handling accidents involve stress and strain injuries or struck by type injuries. Manually handling
materials increases the chances of an accident. Use lifting equipment when you can. If a load is to heavy for one
person, get help. Wearing of gloves and eye protection is required when removing steel bands. Hard hats should be
worn when loads are being moved overhead. Minimize the number of people working in the cargo movement’s area.
Ensure that materials handling equipment are properly tested and certified for loads being lifted.

                                PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT

When the Army cannot get rid of a Hazard through engineering controls, personal protective equipment (PPE) may
be the solution. Gloves, glasses, hard hats, respirators, safety shoes, PFD (Personal Floatation Device) and hearing
protection are types of PPE. Once you decide to put PPE on people, it is important to train them in its use and
maintenance. Enforcing the use of this equipment requires intensive NCO involvement. Be sure to protect visitors
on your work site. Visitors must follow the same rules as workers on the work site for their protection and the
protection of the workers on site.

                                         COLD INJURY PREVENTION

Touching extremely cold metal with exposed skin may cause skin to bond with metal. Gloves are required when
touching cold metal objects. Do not touch extremely cold metal parts with bare hands. To reduce cold injuries the
acronym (C.O.L.D.) can play an important role, C-Clean, O-Overheat, L-Layer Clothing and D-Keep Dry

                                         HEAT INJURY PREVENTION

Heat injuries include sunburn, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. To avoid these injuries, personnel must get used to
hot weather. It takes about two weeks to get fully “acclimated”. Personnel should drink plenty of water. Extreme
consideration should be given when selecting the level of activity and MOPP level based on WBGT (Wet Bulb
Guide Table) guidelines in FM 21-10. Train personnel in prevention, causes, symptoms and treatment of heat
injuries




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                                                 WATER HAZARDS

Identify weak and non-swimmers and train personnel in drown proofing. Minimize exposure to water and crossings.
Survey water for underwater hazards, currents, temperature and dangerous water life. Wear PFD when working on
or near the water. Use of a buddy system is extremely important when working on or near water. Pair a non-
swimmer with a swimmer. Ensure proper life saving equipment is on hand and personnel are properly trained in
CPR. Avoid training in, on or around water during electrical storms. Never force a person into the water fear of
water can only be overcome with proper training.

                                    PYROTECHNIC SIMULATOR HAZARDS

Simulators deserve are respect. They are explosive devices that can seriously maim and even kill people if handled
incorrectly. People tend to associate hazard with the size of the device, but the fact is that smaller simulators such as
the M116A1 hand grenade, the M115A2 ground burst and the M117/8/9 booby trap are just as dangerous as the
M142 atomic explosion simulator if handled improperly. Do not take simulators for granted all simulators contain
hazardous materials. Keep them away from fires. Remember to minimize exposure to the smoke from simulators.
Aim simulators away from other people, tents, vehicles and equipment. Wear a leather glove on the firing hand.
Remove unfired simulators from training area upon your departure.

                                               ANTENNA HAZARDS

Mobile and stationary antennas have caused many serious injuries over the years. Most of these occur when
antennas are allowed to touch power lines. Install stationary antennas so that they are at least twice their height
horizontally from the nearest power line. Users of mobile antennas, weather vehicular or backpacked, should always
be alert to low hanging power lines. A reconnaissance of the area of operation is a good way of identifying high-risk
wires. Vehicular antennas should be tied down over the center of the vehicle while driving and should have a plastic
cap installed on the tip of the antenna.


                                   CARBON MONOXIDE (EXHAUST GASES)

Carbon monoxide is a colorless or odorless gas; which poses an extreme inhalation hazard. Victims inhaling carbon
monoxide may exhibit symptoms of headaches, dizziness, drowsiness, loss of muscular control, or a comatose state.
Brain damage or death can result from heavy exposure. Carbon monoxide occurs in the exhaust fumes of burning
heaters and internal combustion engines. Carbon monoxide can become dangerously concentrated under conditions
of insufficient or no ventilation. Precautions must be followed to ensure operator's safety when combustion engines
are in operation.


- OPERATE only when the exhaust pipes are unobstructed and proper ventilation is present.

- Exposure. If exposure to carbon monoxide poisoning suspected, IMMEDIATELY evacuate personnel to fresh
air.

- BE AWARE the field protection masks used for nuclear, biological, chemical attack WILL NOT protect you
from carbon monoxide poisoning. The best defense against carbon monoxide poisoning is good ventilation.




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                                                       JEWELRY

Jewelry should never be worn while working on equipment. It can catch on equipment it may short across an
electrical circuit and cause severe burns or electrical shock. Remove rings, bracelets, wristwatches, and neck chains
before working around or on the unit.

                                                         NOTE

Report all hazards. If at any time you detect a hazard, it is your responsibility to report the hazard to ensure that it is
corrected. If you detect a "new" or "suspected new" hazard, particularly due to equipment installation, modification,
or repair, it is your responsibility to report through your chain-of-command to ensure that a SAFETYGRAM is
submitted to the US Army Aviation and Troop Command (ATCOM), Safety Office. This will ensure that this hazard
will be investigated, publicized, or corrected, as required.


                                        ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Environmental damage has many wide-ranging consequences. The key to complete success of the tactical mission
depends on your environmental awareness and protection. Leaders and soldiers must be aware of the ramifications
of their actions on the environment. Prevention of spills and improper disposal of hazardous materials and hazardous
waste is everyone’s responsibility. Conduct HAZCOM training. Assign hazardous materials/waste responsibilities
to key personnel in the unit who have received the proper training and know the proper procedures to follow when
confronted with hazardous material/waste. Know the proper procedures for preventing and reporting oil or fuel spills
in accordance with local laws and unit SOP.


                                              ACCIDENT REPORTING

Report all accidents in accordance with AR385-40, Chapter 7, dated 1 NOV 1994. Report all watercraft accidents to
the Transportation Branch Marine & Safety Office, within 24 hours. DSN 927-1327, Commercial (804) 878-1327,
FAX Extension 6669.




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TASK #2 Don A Lifejacket

Conditions: Given a serviceable Lifejacket.

Standard: During the daylight hours and the hours of darkness individual must correctly complete all performance
measures as outlined in IAW FM 55-501, FM 55-502 and MCS SOP.

        o Correctly donned lifejacket                         GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #3 Comply With Water Pollution And Abatement Regulations

Conditions: For this task you must comply with the pollution control measures in TB 55-1900-206-14 and Company
SOP in handling pollutants aboard the Modular Warping Tug.

Standard: Individual must correctly comply with the pollution control measures in TB 55-1900-206-14 in handling
pollutants aboard the Modular Warping Tug, and report any onboard or overboard leaks and/or spills of material that
may pollute the water to the Coxswain and/or appropriate supervisor.

        o Placed drip pans under all necessary equipment

        o Placed containment boom around the vessel as necessary

        o Performed an inventory of containment kits onboard

        o Sent an emergency spill report to the Coxswain
          (Insure SM identifies this is just a
          drill)                                                       GO_____          NO GO_____




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TASK #4 Perform A Technical Inspection On A MWT

Conditions: Given a MWT Module, DA Form 2404 and pencil or pen.

Standard: Individual must conduct a technical inspection of a MWT Module and correctly annotate proper status of
equipment on a DA Form 2404 IAW DA Pam 738-750

        o Performed inspection for holes

        o Performed inspection for cracks

        o Performed inspection on the wheelhouse

        o Performed inspection for missing or damaged
          stanchions

        o Performed inspection for damaged A-frame

        o Performed inspection for missing or damaged
          pins

        o Performed inspection for missing or damaged
          guillotines

        o Performed inspection for missing or damaged
          drain plugs

        o Performed inspection for rust

        o Performed inspection for damaged bulkheads         GO_____          NO GO_____




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TASK #5 Perform Line Handling

Conditions: Given mooring Lines, MWT and Securing devices (i.e. Cleat, Bit, D-Ring, etc).

Standard: Individual must be properly pass all lines, correctly lead and secure all lines to prevent any fore or aft
movement IAW FM 55-501 during daylight hours and hours of darkness.

         o Connected heaving line to mooring line properly

         o Passed a heaving line to mooring or line handlers
           when MWT is close enough to do so

         o Performed a stopper line when using the gypsy
           winch

         o Ensured lines are secure on the securing device

         o Prevented vessel from drifting astern by use of
           bow line

         o Prevented vessel from drifting ahead by use of
           stern line

         o Prevented vessel from drifting out from mooring
           by use of breast line

         o Assisted in mooring MWT by use of snatch blocks
           and both the A and B wires on the winch

         o Installed chafing gear as needed                      GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #6 Preserve MWT/ISOPAC Surface Areas

Conditions: Given scrapers, grinders, paint rollers, proper paint, safety equipment (goggles, breathing apparatus,
gloves, steel toe boots, hard hats) and paint brushes.

Standard: These performance measures must be completed IAW TB 43-0144, FM 55-501 and MCS SOP.

         o Removed sea growth

         o Ensured surface was sanded as needed

         o Ensured surface was cleaned and primed as
           needed

         o Ensured surface was dry before being painted

         o Applied paint as needed                               GO_____           NO GO_____




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Task #7 Recognize Fire And Safety Hazards

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT.

Standard: As a crewmember, you are responsible to identify, correct (if possible), and report any safety hazards to
the Coxswain or Pilot. These performance measures must be completed IAW FM 55-501 and FM 55-502.

         o Identified all Fire Hazards

         o Identified all Safety Hazards

         o Reported and corrected all deficiencies             GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #8 Perform Operator PMCS On A MWT

Conditions: Given an assembled or disassembled MWT, DA Form 2404/5988 and Pen.

Standard: Correctly perform PMCS and annotate deficiencies on a DA Form 2404 IAW DA Pam 738-750, TM 55-
1945-205-10-3 and VSO SOP.

         o Performed PMCS correctly on an assembled
           MWT

         o Performed PMCS correctly on a disassembled
           MWT                                                 GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #9 Perform Pre-Operation Checks

Conditions: Given a fully assembled and operational MWT and adequate personnel.

Standard: Individual must correctly and safely perform Pre-Operation checks IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3and VSO
SOP.

         o Performed pre-operation checks correctly

         o Open all necessary valves

         o Ensured any deficiencies noted are repaired/or
           generates repair request to higher levels if
           required.                                           GO_____           NO GO_____




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TASK #10 Perform Post-Operation Checks

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT and adequate personnel.

Standard: Individual must correctly and safely perform Post-Operation checks IAW TM 55-1945-20-10-3 and VSO
SOP.

         o Performed post-operational checks

        o Secured all necessary valves

         o Ensured any deficiencies noted are repaired/or
          generates repair request to higher levels if
          required.                                          GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #11 Identify Valve And Piping Systems

Conditions: Given a completely assembled MWT, plain sheet of paper and pen.

Standard: Individual must correctly identify and trace out various systems, valves and their functions IAW TM 55-
1945-205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

        o Correctly traced out all systems and
          explain there functions                                     GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #12 Operate And Maintain Bilge System

Conditions: While aboard a MWT, given a simulated flooding condition or excess amount oily water and proper
safety gear (Goggles and Rubber gloves).

Standard: Individual must demonstrate the proper operation of the bilge system correctly and safely IAW TM 55-
1945-205-10-3 and VSO SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; rubber
          gloves, and goggles

        o Correctly demonstrated the bilge
          pump operation                                     GO_____           NO GO_____




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TASK #13 Operate And Maintain The Main Engines

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, proper safety gear (leather gloves, goggles and hearing protection) and
an adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must operate and maintain the main engines correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3,
TM 55-1945-205-24-3-2 and VSO SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, goggles and hearing protection              GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #14 Assist In The Assembly Of A MWT

Conditions: Given a complete powered section with installed fendering, 1 Marine Rail toolbox, 2 tanker bars, 2
sledge hammers, all above deck equipment, MHE, proper safety gear (leather gloves, hardhat, steel toe boots and
work vest) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in assembling a MWT correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3 and MCS
SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #15 Assist In The Disassembly And Preparing A MWT For Shipment

Conditions: Given an completely assembled MWT, 3 20’ MILVANs, 4 Shipping Racks, 1 Marine Rail toolbox, 2
tanker bars, 2 sledge hammers, MHE, proper safety gear (leather gloves, hardhat, steel toe boots and work vest) and
adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in the disassembling of a MWT and packed in the shipment mode correctly and
safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, VSO SOP and MCS SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____           NO GO_____



TASK #16 Operate And Maintain The Sea Water And Engine Cooling System

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, proper safety gear (leather gloves, goggles and hearing protection) and
an adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must operate and maintain the seawater and engine cooling system correctly and safely IAW
TM 55-1945-205-10-3, TM 55-1945-205-24-3-2, TM 55-1945-205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, goggles and hearing protection              GO_____           NO GO_____




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TASK #17 Identify And Service The Steering System

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, proper safety gear (leather gloves, goggles and hearing protection) and
an adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must identify and service the steering system correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3,
TM 55-1945-205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, goggles and hearing protection              GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #18 Assist In Retrieving The EASY

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 1 deployed EASY, proper safety gear (leather gloves, hardhat, steel toe
boots and work vest) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in retrieving an EASY correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-2 and MCS
SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #19 Demonstrate Damage Control Procedures

Conditions: While aboard a MWT, given a simulated flooding condition and damage control equipment.

Standard: Individual must demonstrate proper damage control procedures correctly and safely IAW FM 55-501, FM
55-509 and MCS SOP.

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #20 Assist In The Setup And Operation Of The Emergency Steering

Conditions: While aboard a MWT, given a simulated loss of steering condition, 1 Marine Rail toolbox, emergency
steering unit and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in setup and operate the emergency steering correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-
205-10-3 and MCS SOP.

        o Relayed proper commands from the coxswain

        o Rotated emergency steering handle in the proper
          direction to turn to port and starboard

        o Maintained a steady course

        o Wore proper safety gear; leather
          gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____          NO GO_____



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TASK #21 Assist In Emplacing HDMB

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 2 tanker bars, 2 sledgehammers, 1 HDMB, proper safety gear (leather
gloves, hardhat, steel toe boots and work vest) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in emplacing a HDMB correctly and safely IAW MCS SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather
           gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel toe boots      GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #22 Assist In Setting Anchor

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, proper safety gear (leather gloves, hardhat, steel toe boots, hearing
protection and work vest), adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must assist in setting an anchor correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, FM 55-501
and MCS SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather
           gloves, hardhat, work vest, hearing protection
           and steel toe boots                                 GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #23 Stand Underway Watch

Conditions: Given a MWT underway, proper safety gear (hardhat, steel toe boots, hearing protection and work vest).

Standard: During the daylight hours and the hours of darkness individual must perform underway watch correctly
and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, TM 55-1945-205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

         o Correctly reported any problems to the
           coxswain or pilot

         o Correctly recorded all readings in the logbook

         o Wore proper safety gear; hardhat, work vest,
           hearing protection and steel toe boots              GO_____           NO GO_____




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TASK #24 Perform Refueling Operations

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 1 spilt kit, 1 fire extinguisher and proper safety gear (rubber gloves,
apron, goggles and face shield) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must refuel the MWT and deck winch correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, TM
55-1945-205-24-3-1, FM 55-509, VSO SOP and MCS SOP.

         o Ensured fire extinguisher was serviceable

         o Correctly refueled with out a fuel spill

         o Wore proper safety gear; rubber
           gloves, apron, goggles and face shield              GO_____            NO GO_____


TASK #25 Operate A Tactical Radio And Send / Receive A Message

Conditions: Given a Tactical Radio, operational FM radio net and SOI.

Standard: During the daylight hours and the hours of darkness individual correctly operate tactical radio to
send\receive radio messages IAW STP21-1-SMCT and MCS SOP.

         o Correctly sent and received a radio message         GO_____            NO GO_____


TASK #26 Operate A Bridge-To-Bridge Radio

Conditions: Given a Bridge-To-Bridge radio.

Standard: During the daylight hours and the hours of darkness individual correctly operate bridge-to-bridge radio
IAW FM 55-501 and MCS SOP.

         o Correctly sent and received a radio message         GO_____            NO GO_____


TASK #27 React To Emergency Drills

Conditions: Given a MWT underway, completed station bill and adequate personnel.

Standard: During daylight hours and the hours of darkness the individual reacts to emergency drill IAW FM 55-
501, FM 55-502, AR 56-9 and the station bill.

         o Performed all the duties in accordance
           with the station bill

         o Correctly reacted to all emergency drills

         o Correctly transmitted all radio messages in
           the absence of the Coxswain
           (This task will be accomplished with the
           POWER switch in the OFF position)                   GO_____            NO GO_____




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TASK #28 Identify Wheelhouse Control Panel

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 1 Lock out Tag out kit and an adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must identify wheelhouse control panel correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, TM
55-1945-205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather
           gloves, goggles and hearing protection              GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #29 Identify Service And Operate Winch

Conditions: Given a MWT with an operational winch, proper safety gear (leather gloves, hardhat, steel toe boots,
work vest and hearing protection).

Standard: During the daylight hours and the hours of darkness the individual shall start up, operate and service the
deck winch correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-10-3, VSO SOP and MCS SOP.

         o Correctly operates the winch based on the
           order given by the Coxswain, Pilot or
           Leading Seaman

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather, hearing
           protection, gloves, hardhat, work vest and steel
           toe boots                                           GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #30 Identify And Service Firefighting System And Devices

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 2 fire axes, proper number of fire extinguishers, complete CO2
firefighting system and an adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must identify the entire CO2 firefighting system, ensure the serviceability of the CO2 system,
all of the fire extinguishers and fire axes correctly and safely IAW FM 55-501, FM 55-502, TM 55-1945-205-10-3,
TM 55-1945-205-24-3-1, MCS SOP and VSO SOP.

         o Correctly identified and serviced all equipment and
           reports any problems to the Coxswain or Pilot       GO_____           NO GO_____




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TASK #31 Test, Service And Maintain Lead Acid Batteries

Conditions: Given a complete set of lead acid batteries, proper safety gear (rubber gloves, apron, goggles and face
shield) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must test, service and maintain the lead acid batteries correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-
205-24-3-1 and VSO SOP.

         o Ensured all distilled water and electrolyte levels
           were correct

         o Wore proper safety gear; rubber gloves, apron,
           goggles and face shield                              GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #32 Pressure Test Modules

Conditions: Given a MWT module, 1 complete pressure test kit, 1 100 CFM air compressor, DA Form 2404, pen,
proper safety gear (leather gloves, goggles, hardhat, steel toe boots and hearing protection) and adequate number of
personnel.

Standard: Individual must properly pressure test the MWT module correctly and safely IAW DA Form 2404 IAW
DA Pam 738-750, TM 55-1945-205-24-3-1, VSO SOP and MCS SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather gloves,
           goggles, hardhat, steel toe boots and
           hearing protection                                   GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #33 Gas Free Spaces and Confined Space Entry

Conditions: Given a MWT module, 1 complete gas free test kit, proper safety gear (leather gloves, goggles, hardhat
and steel toe boots) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must properly gas free test the MWT module correctly and safely IAW FM 55-502, VSO SOP
and MCS SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; leather gloves,
           goggles, hardhat, steel toe boots and
           hearing protection                                   GO_____          NO GO_____


TASK #34 Repair Raw Water Pump

Conditions: Given a damaged raw water pump, 1 Marine Rail toolbox, proper safety gear (goggles), and adequate
number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must repair raw water pump correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-24-3-2 and VSO SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; goggles                     GO_____          NO GO_____




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TASK #35 Perform Main Engine Tune-up

Conditions: Given a complete main engine, 1 Marine Rail tool box, proper safety gear (hearing protection and
goggles), adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must perform a main engine tune up correctly and safely IAW TM 55-1945-205-24-3-2 and
VSO SOP.

         o Wore proper safety gear; hearing protection and
           goggles                                             GO_____           NO GO_____


TASK #36 Perform Sludging Operations

Conditions: Given a fully operational MWT, 1 spilt kit, 1 fire extinguisher and proper safety gear (rubber gloves,
apron, goggles and face shield) and adequate number of personnel.

Standard: Individual must sludge the MWT and the deck winch drip pan correctly and safely IAW VSO SOP and
MCS SOP.

         o Ensured fire extinguisher was serviceable

         o Correctly sludged with out a spill

         o Wore proper safety gear; rubber
           gloves, apron, goggles and face shield              GO_____           NO GO_____




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                                        GLOSSARY


ATCOM           Aviation and Troop Command
BD              Barge Derrick
BG              Barge Liquid (fuel)
CASCOM          Combined Arms Support Command
CPR             Cardio Pulmonary Respitory
DA              Department of the Army
DPT             Duty Performance Test
EASY            Emergency Anchoring System
FC              Floating Causeway
FM              field manual
HDMB            heavy duty mooring bit
IAW             in accordance with
ISOPAK          international standardization and organization packaging and kit
MCS             Modular Causeway Systems
MHE             material handling equipment
MOD             modification
MOPP            Mission-Oriented Protective Posture
MOS             military occupational specialty
MQD             Marine Qualification Division
MSE             marine standardization examiner
MTOE            Modified Table of Organizational Equipment
MWT             Modular Warping Tug
NCO             noncommissioned officer
NCOIC           noncommissioned officer in charge
Pam             pamphlet
PFD             Personal Floatation Device
PMCS            preventive maintenance checks and services
PPE             Personal Protective Equipment
RRDF            Roll on/Roll off Discharge Facility
SLEP            Service Life Environment Program
SLWT            Side Loadable Warping Tug
SM              soldier mentioned
SOP             standard operating procedures
SSN             social security number
Tanker Bar      bar, pry, pinch, 60”
TB              technical bulletin
TDA             Table of Distribution Allowance
TM              technical manual
USAML           united states army marine license
WBGT            Wet Bulb Guide Table




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