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United States Navy
Block 1 Final Test
Block 1 Final Test
United States Navy
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The term "Light Hands" means?
Less than 100%
What instruction governs ORM?
OP NAV INST 3500.39
ORM is a ___1____ process of identifying and controlling ___2___?
1. Closed loop
ORM has ____ steps.
I AM IS (5) Identify, Assess, Make risk decisions, Implement controls, Supervise
ORM has ___ principles
1. Accept risk only when benefits outway the cost.
2. Accept no unnecessary risk.
3. Anticipate and manage risk by planning.
4. Make risk decisions at the right level.
with the potential to cause personal injury or death, property damage or mission degregadation.
producing an effect
, result of consequence.
of an event in terms of
of injury, illness, property damage, or other mission-impairing factor.
taken to eliminate hazards or reduce risk.
An expression of possible loss in terms or
probability and severity
controls have been identified or selected.
Unplanned or unexpected.
Was avoided merely by chance
If allowed to go unchecked or uncorrected.
How many components to the expandable baton? What are they?
6. Threaded tip, friction lock shaft, retention collar, grip, retention clip, replaceable cap.
ORM is applied on __ levels.
1. Time critical (on the run)
2. Deliberate (planning operations)
3. In-depth (long term planning)
MACH 1 & 2 are what type of holds?
Strength and entry
___ are a fundamental part of dealing with any disruptive situation.
MACH 3, 4 and 5 are what type of hold?
Purpose of communication skills
*recognize anxious, aggressive, and violent behavior.
What MACH emphasizes trading places with you subject?
THREE areas of non-verbal communications
1. personal space & reactionary zone
2. eye communication
MACHs ___#s___ take subjects backward, while MACHs __#s___ take subjects foward.
Backward (1, 3, 5)
Foward (2, 4)
*remember, Walking "backwards" is ODD (get it?)
Reactionary zone (distance?)
When determining someone's personal space, what 4 areas are considered?
GCUE - also keep in mind "size is NOT a factor"
*cultural & ethnic differences
Eye communication shows what?
Concern - tilting head forward
Authority - direct eye contact
Confidence - eye contact/head erect
Support - eye contact / nodding head
If there is a discrepancy between verbal & nonverbal messages (signals) you should believe what?
There are __ stages of conflict & management?
2. Verbal aggression (testing stage)
3. Physical aggression
To do violence; to compel by physical or intellectual means.
About to occur - but does NOT mean immediate or instantaneous.
Standing rules for the use of force for US forces.
Withing US territories
Use of force & carrying of firearms by Navy.
Implements DoD directive 5210.56 - use of force & carrying firearms by ALL DoD.
DoD directive 3000.3
Policy for Non-lethal weapons.
always plan for the worse case scenario
Don't stop until you have control.
*aggressive force does NOT mean excessive force
5 levels of mindset
WHITE - total vulnerability
YELLOW - nonspecific alert
ORANGE - specific threat
RED - prepared to use deadly force
BLACK - Mental shut down
The single most important trait required to effectively employ the use of force continuum is?
The General Types of subjects are?
1. Passive - person who does NOT physically resist.
2. Active - person who DOES physically resist.
Passive subject types
1. Passive compliant - Will follow verbal task direction.
2. Passive resistor - Does not physically resist but will NOT follow task direction.
Active subject types
1. Active resistor - Does NOT attack, but physically resists; pulling away, bracing etc.
2. Active aggressor - Physically attacks.
Levels of force - how many and what are they?
2. Verbal commands
3. Soft controls (handcuffs/flexcuffs)
4. Hard controls (OC/MACHS/Punches/Strikes)
5. Intermediate weapons (baton/MWD)
6. Deadly force
Deadly force triangle
Capability (weapon or means)
Opportunity (within effective range)
Intent (demonstrated through verbal or actions/hostility)
OPNAV FORM 5512/2
Authorization to carry firearms "license to carry"
NLW capabilities provide __ ____ ___ that could be considered prior to employing deadly force.
the lesser means
Explicitly designed and primarily employed to incapacitate personnel while minimizing fatalities, permanent injury to personnel.
Use of Non-lethal weapons (Does / doesn't) mean there is a zero chance of death.
*NLW NOT required to have zero probability of fatalities.
What is the primary target area when employing OC?
Facial area, assuring coverage of the eye zone.
What is the classification of OC?
What is level 1, 2 and 3 Contamination?
1. Direct contact
2. Indirect contact
What is the authorized capsaicinoid content percentage for military use?
.18% - .22%
The most active and pungent capsaicinoid is ___ .
Components of the MK-4 (OC) canister (how many?)
7. Nozzle, canister, safety cover, actuator button, valve stem, valve assembly, tube.
*you must be able to identify each on a picture
Spray pattern is...
How the OC is displaced when leaving the nozzle of the can.
Methods of delivery is (OC)
How the OC is applied to the aggressor. (side to side)
Minimum spray distance?
How long is a subject monitored after OC?
Percent of population allergic to OC?
What are contaminated subjects monitored for?
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