Figure 14-9.--Navy standard damage control symbology--Continued.
b. Be able to repair damage to structures,
corrective measures taken, and effects
closures, or fittings that are designed
to maintain watertight integrity, by
on list and trim
shoring, plugging, welding, or caulking
(2) The liquid load status board is to show
bulkheads and decks, resetting valves,
the current status of all fuel and water
and blanking or plugging lines
tanks and the soundings of each tank in
through watertight subdivisions of the
feet and inches.
2. Maintenance of ship's propulsion. The
c. Be prepared to sound, drain, pump,
personnel in the repair party must be able to take
counterflood, or shift liquids in tanks, voids,
the following actions:
or other compartments; and be thoroughly
Maintain, repair, or isolate damage to main
familiar with the location and use of all
equipment and methods of action.
Operate, repair, isolate, modify, or segregate
Maintain two status boards for accurate
evaluation of underwater damage:
Assist in the operation and repair of the
(1) The stability status board (flooding
steering control systems.
effects diagram) used to visually display