CIN:   J-495-0413
TITLE:
SHIPBOARD AIRCRAFT FIRE FIGHTING
STATUS:
A
STATUS DATE:
10/19/1971
DATA CURRENT AS OF: 5/29/2002
COURSE LENGTH: 1
COURSE SECURITY: NO CLEARANCE REQUIRED
TYPE COURSE:
F1 ENLISTED
SKILL AWARD:
x
PURPOSE:
The purpose of the Shipboard Aircraft Fire Fighting Course is to provide instruction to officers and enlisted personnel assigned to aviation designated ships (LPH/LHA and larger) in aircraft fire fighting.
SCOPE:
The scope of this course includes instruction on personnel protective equipment, flight/hanger deck equipment and systems, procedures and techniques for combating fires, and actual fire fighting exercises involving class Bravo fires. The OPNAV damage control proficiency level satisfied by this course is level II.
PREREQUISITES:
OTHER=Students must have orders and medical screenings in hand(no facsimiles accepted). Personnel must be in sound physical condition to man fire hoses and work with various damage control equipment. Students must be medically screened by their parent command no earlier than 96 hours prior to arrival at fire fighting school. Medical screening shall be completed IAW CNETINST 3541.1C. This is to ensure individuals are medically qualified to safely participate in the course. Orders must be stamped or typed with "Medically Qualified", or command medical screening form(s) must be filled out and attached to the orders. A command medical representative shall verify information is accurate and affix his/her seal and/or signature to the document and date. Potential students who are unable to participate in or complete the PRT must have specifically stated on their orders that they have been evaluated by their parent command for the specific condition(s) and are cleared for fire fighting training. This screening and notation shall be done within 96 hours prior to attending the course. PCS personnel must bring health records or have screening completed within 96 hours prior to CLCVN by medical facility. Students without the required medical statement on their orders/screening will not be trained and will be returned to their parent command. This course is open to all rates.
TRAINING PROGRAM COORDINATOR (TPC):
RESOURCE SPONSOR: N76
TRAINING PROGRAM MANAGER: