The below subject was first posted in the April Travel Newsletter , but is being reposted because PPC Travel has received several requests for secondary advances. As a Yeoman, you are the expert, do the right thing and take the time to properly counsel your members. PPC has experienced reduced staffing levels just like every other unit. As PCS travel claims flood into PPC, we will not be able to accommodate requests for secondary travel advances because we will be focused solely on processing travel claims. Unfortunately it will be the member that suffers. As such, procedures have been changed.
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Department of Homeland Security. United States. Coast Guard. C o m m a n d a n t United States Coast Guard. Internet release is authorized. Major changes to the manual are summarized below, however, due to the significant revision of this Manual, a careful review is strongly recommended.
This revised Manual incorporates:. Interim Changes One through Six and other procedures from Commandant sent via message. Provides risk assessment guidance for contract helicopters operating with Coast Guard Ice Breakers. Establishes a single common nighttime lighting configuration for ship-board operations and allows cutter and aircraft personnel to use NVGs independent of each other.
Establishes new H operating limits for legacy cutters based on HHC DI with shaded areas depicting where increased power margins may be required.
A special missions section to provide guidance for hoist operations and special mission training with flight deck equipped cutters. Units and individuals may recommend changes by writing. ST SW. Coast Guard Deputy Commandant for Operations. In this Chapter. Manual Concept. Terminology and Control. Cutter Organization. Cutter Billet Descriptions. Aviation Detachment Organization. Aviation Detachment Billet Descriptions. Aviation Detachment Personnel Assignments. Aviation Detachment Berthing. Aircraft Crew Requirements.
Air Station Standardization Visits. Mission Planning. Flight Deck Motion Limitations. Weather Considerations and Limitations. Helicopter and Aircrew Limitations. Communications and Navigation. Cutter Preparation. Flight Quarters. Flight Quarters Billet Responsibilities. Engine Start and Rotor Engagement. Launch Procedures. General Recovery Procedures. Shutdown Phase. Oblique Angled Lineup Line Operations. Athwartships Procedures. Nighttime Recovery. Depar ture Procedures.
Arrival Procedures. Flight Following Procedures. Approach Procedures. General Fuel Information. Fuel System Equipment. Fuel System Design. Fuel Tests and Inspections. Fuel Maintenance Procedures. Fuel Safety Precautions. Refueling Methods.
Refueling Procedures. Contaminated Fuel. Defueling Procedure s. General Information. Primary Tiedowns. Secon dary Tiedowns. Heavy Weather Tiedowns. Blade Security. Helicopter Security and Fire Checks. Predeployment Maintenance. Helicopter Support Kit.
WAGB Deployments. Deployment Maintenance. Salvage Responsibilities. Salvage Personnel. Salvage Safety. Salvage Equi pment. Salvage Priorities. Salvage Procedures. Salvage Special Considerations. General Hazards and Precautions.
Fire Fighting Agents. Fire Fighting Equipment. Fire Party Organization. Crash With Class B Fire. Other Fires. Jettisoning the Helicopter. Special Missions. Guard cutters and other air capable ships requires a high degree of skill, training, and coordination.
A thorough understanding of the procedures and policies involved is required to safely and effectively accomplish missions and avoid mishaps. This chapter discusses the following topics:. This Manual provides the primary source of information for. Coast Guard missions. The policies, standards, and procedures set forth in the Coast. Adherence to the provisions of this Manual is essential to. If a deviation occurs, Commandant CG shall be advised by message via the chain of command of the nature of the deviation and the prevailing circumstances.
COs of Coast Guard cutters and air stations may request. Waivers shall be considered on a case-by-case basis and will be granted only when mission safety will not be jeopardized. Direct liaison between ATC Mobile and other commands is authorized. Commands are encouraged to comment and make recommendations to ATC Mobile. An information copy of all written correspondence concerning the content of this Manual shall be forwarded to Commandant CG Warning, Cautions, and Notes. Cautions, and Notes found throughout this Manual:.
NOTE Operating procedures, techniques, practices, or condi- tions that are considered essential to emphasize. These words, followed by their intended meanings, are used in. Shall has been used when application of a procedure is mandatory. Should has been used when application of a procedure is highly recommended.
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This Manual establishes standard procedures and assigns duties and responsibilities for. Coast Guard boats carried aboard cutters. All Coast Guard unit commanders, commanding officers, officers-in-charge,. Most cutter boat mishaps occur during the launch or recovery. Mishaps have caused serious injuries to boat crew personnel and members of the boat launch. These mishaps have cost the Coast Guard thousands of dollars in repairs and.
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Department of Homeland Security. United States. Coast Guard. C o m m a n d a n t United States Coast Guard. Internet release is authorized. Major changes to the manual are summarized below, however, due to the significant revision of this Manual, a careful review is strongly recommended. This revised Manual incorporates:.
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