26 November 2002
CURRICULUM OUTLINE OF INSTRUCTION
Lesson Topic 6.4:
Weapons Division Organization Aboard an
Amphibious Assault Ship
Lecture with handouts
Partially supported by this lesson topic:
Upon completion of this unit of instruction, the student
will describe shipboard ordnance handling/storage
operations and state applicable safety precautions.
Completely supported by this lesson topic:
State the responsibilities of the Air Operations Officer
aboard an amphibious assault ship.
State which Officer is responsible for providing
training as required by the ship on various aspects of
as general ordnance safety.
Describe the organizational makeup of the Combat Systems
Department on a typical amphibious assault ship.
State which Officer, as appointed by the Commanding
Handling Qualification and Certification (Qual/Cert)
Board, and acts as the final certifying official.
State the duties and responsibilities of the Air Gunner/
Aviation Ordnance Safety Officer.
Name the person within the Aviation Ordnance Division
normally assigned as an assembly area supervisor.
State the duties and responsibilities of the Flight Deck
Ordnance Safety Supervisor aboard amphibious assault