Table 13-1. Examples of the Use of Props to Support Training Drills/Scenarios (continued)
TYPE OF SIMULATED
EQUIPMENT AND PROPS
THAT CAN BE USED
Heavy Smoke (to prompt active
Black rag over scene leader's
Casualty Power: Rig and energize.
Rig Sub-Pump: Place pump in
clean trashcan full of water.
Bilge Vapor Seal
Bucket of soapy water
Operate pressure switches for vent
shutdowns and alarms/halon
release pressure switch
Halon Soak Time
IAW Main Space Fire Doctrine
Loss of Firemain
Grease pencil mark on firemain
gauge; False gauge face
Type of spill on deck or from
Water: Blue rags
Fuel/lube oil: Yellow rags
Hydraulic Fluid: Orange rags
· Class BRAVO fire in the emergency diesel
· DG01/USW -- Drill guide #1 for the underwater
· DG02/TSSE 7 -- Drill guide #2 for the total ship
survivability exercise #7.
4. PURPOSE: Explains the overall goal/purpose
of the drill.
· DG03/CS -- Drill guide #3 for combat
Examples are as follows:
casualties that involve several systems.
· "To exercise the crew in combating damage in a
· DG01/DCMS CBR-D -- Drill guide #1 for
CBR environment and maintain the ability of the
conduct of CBR-D exercise.
ship to conduct its mission."
· "To exercise and evaluate the watch sections and
3. TITLE: Defines the effect desired. Example are
the at-sea fire party's response to a class BRAVO
fire in an EDG space."
· Loss of power to an equipment or system caused
by "tripped circuit breakers", "engineering
5. REFERENCES: Lists the references used in
casualty," or "battle damage," and so forth.
the development/validation of the casualty/drill,
damage control plates. Examples of references are:
· Loss of auxiliary support equipment, cooling
Naval Warfare Publications (NWPs), Naval Ship's
water system, and air system, due to ruptured
Technical Manuals (NSTMs), Navy Safety Precautions
pipes, clogged strainers, failed pumps, power
for Forces Afloat, OPNAVINST 5100.19C, and fleet
exercise publications (FXPs)
losses, and so forth.