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JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 1of 17JOINT SERVICESTRANSCRIPT**UNOFFICIAL**Transcript Sent To:JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTName:JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTSSN:XXX-XX-XXXXRank:Chief Intelligence Specialist (E7)Status:ActiveMilitary CoursesMilitaryCourse IDACE IdentifierCourse TitleLocation-Description-Credit AreasX-777-7770NV-2202-0014 V01 28-JUL-1987Dates TakenACECredit RecommendationLevelto 27-SEP-1987Basic Military Training:To assimilate recruits into the Navy way of life and to prepare them for further advanced training in specialized Navyoccupations.First Aid And Safety2 SHLPersonal Fitness/Conditioning1 SHLPersonal/Community Health1 SHL(10/79)(10/79)A-060-0011NV-2202-0148 V0103-OCT-2005Basic Enlisted Submarine:Submarine School, New LondonGroton, CTto18-NOV-2005Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to describe the function of components of shipboardmechanical systems.General Mechanical Systems3 SHV(10/89)(1/98)A-100-0316to 19-JAN-2006NV-1715-2173 V0105-DEC-2005Electronics Core Apprentice Technical Training:Naval Submarine SchoolGroton, CTUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to address basic electronic technical areas to include direct** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 2of 17and alternating current, analog and digital devices, and other associated devices and subsystems as applied tosubmarines.Ac CircuitsBasic Digital CircuitsDc CircuitsSolid State Devices1 SH1 SH2 SH3 SHLLLL(9/06)(9/06)A-531-0767to 07-FEB-2006NV-1715-2114 V0120-JAN-2006Tactical Computers and Network Operator:Naval Submarine SchoolGroton, CTUpon completion of the course, the student will understand functional, physical, documentation descriptions, andoperation of a tactical computer and network.Computer And Network Systems Administration3 SHL(4/05)(4/05)A-101-0243to 14-APR-200623-MAR-2006NV-1715-2101 V01Extremely High Frequency (EHF) AN/USC-38 (V) 1 Operator:Naval Submarine SchoolGroton, CTUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to give a physical, functional, and operational description ofNESP, NESP-CEG, NESP-ANT, and NESP-system for EHF operation of satellite receiving system.Credit Is Not RecommendedSH(4/05)(4/05)A-101-0726to 11-JUL-200624-APR-2006NV-1715-1808 V01Trident Exterior Communications Subsystem Level 1 Operator:Trident Training Facility, BangorBremerton, WAUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to define the abbreviations and terms associated with theexterior communications system, state the operational characteristics of each subsystem, and describe all the majorcomponents of the subsystem. The student will be able to use all the technical documentation required to supportbasic operations.Communications Techniques6 SHV(1/97)(1/97)A-233-0114NV-1402-0293 V0112-JUL-2006Trident ESM Operator:Trident Training FacilityKings Bay, GAto22-AUG-2006Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operate the AN/UPX-28 transponder set, the AN/WLR-8counter measure receiving set, and the Type 15L periscope.Basic Radar Principles2 SHL(4/07)(4/07)0321BMC-2204-0145 V02 01-JAN-2009The M240G Machine Gunner By Correspondence:Marine Corps InstituteWashington, DC** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 3of 17Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to operate a machinegun in a machinegun squad; have aknowledge of the characteristics, nomenclature, and functioning of the M240G machinegun; clean, disassemble,assemble and functional check of the M240G machinegun; mounting, loading and unloading, firing, zeroing, andtroubleshooting the M240G machinegun; and demonstrate knowledge of AN/PAS-13B medium weapon thermal sightand the AN/PVS-17C miniature night sight.1 SHSmall Arms/GunsmithingLNOTE: MCI designates a minimum passing score at 65%.(6/08)(7/15)V-4C-0013to 12-MAR-2010NV-1715-2041 V0322-FEB-2010Electronic Key Management System:Center for Information Dominance, Learning Site MayportMayport, FLUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify fundamental aspects of communication security;apply concepts of physical security, transmission security, cryptosecurity, and emission security to preventunauthorized access to information; implement electronic key management system (EKMS) policies and procedures;identify and describe communication security (COMSEC) material; apply public and private key practices to thedistribution and exchange of keys; describe the appropriate measures for electronic and physical destruction of keysand related equipment and containers.Network Security Management4 SHU(9/10)(9/10)A-012-0077to 10-DEC-2010NV-1406-0044 V0229-NOV-2010Instructional Delivery Continuum (IDC) - Journeyman Instructor Training (JIT)- Basic Instructor - AutomatedElectronic Classroom (AEC) (Basic Instructor):Center for Naval Leadership SiteGroton, CTUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to deliver lectures employing recitation, questioning, self andgroup-paced methods of instruction, technology aids, and case study techniques. They will also be able to applysome motivational techniques to encourage learning.3 SHInstructional MethodologyL(4/05)(1/06)A-531-1900NV-1402-0296 V0128-MAR-2012Joint Cyber Analysis:Center for Information Dominance, Learning Site Corry StationPensacola, FLUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify basic computer components; apply Windows andUNIX management and configuration; implement object-oriented programming, shell scripting, and Windows batchfiles; apply router security implementation and advanced packet analysis; apply wireless network procedures;identify enumeration, exploitation, track covering, and backdoors on networks; complete security scanning andintrusion analysis; apply various security measures to prevent unauthorized information access; and apply forensicand malware analysis.C ProgrammingCisco Routers And Routing BasicsComputer Programming Scripting DevelopmentComputer TechnologyData CommunicationsIntroduction To ProgrammingIntroduction to Information System SecurityInformation Assurance** PROTECTED BY FERPA **3 SH3 SH3 SH3 SH3 SH3 SH3 SH3 SHLLLLLLLU03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 4of 17(9/10)(9/10)A-531-0021to 31-DEC-2013NV-1402-0232 V0401-NOV-2013Navy Tactical Command Support System (NTCSS) II Manager:Center for Information DominanceCorry Station, Pensacola, FLUpon completion of the course, the student will be able to understand the fundamentals of computer software andhardware; apply basic computer operations including the management of files, discs, users and groups; configurepersonal computers and printers; and describe local area networks (LANs) and the basics of computer systemssecurity.Information Systems Technology3 SHL(6/13)(6/13)Military ExperienceOccupation IDNER-SRACE IdentifierTitleDescription-Credit AreasNONE ASSIGNEDDates HeldACECredit RecommendationLevel28-JUL-1987Seaman Recruit:To assimilate recruits into the Navy way of life and to prepare them for further advanced training in specializedNavy occupations.NoneNER-SANONE ASSIGNED31-OCT-1987Seaman Apprentice:Apprentice training to further advanced training in specialized Navy orms all basic seamanship functions aboard ship that involve line or wire, including knot tying, whipping andseizing, and rigging used to secure the ship to a pier, moor, or anchor; is able to identify functions of navigationand shipboard equipment, including fixed or portable items and power or non-powered items; lowers, raises, andlaunches life saving equipment; handles small boats; navigates by using several different types of compasses;keeps records by degrees or points; knows navigational aids, nautical rules of the road, and the buoys of inlandwaters of the U.S.; knows the nomenclature of decks, superstructures, and parts of the hull; knows the purpose andlimitations of first aid and the first aid treatments for electrical shock, simple and compound fractures, heatexhaustion, heat stroke, and burns; must be qualified as a Swimmer Fourth Class, requiring floating for a minimumof five minutes, preparing and using clothing and buoyant object for staying afloat, and swimming through oil,flames, and debris; knows how to determine the classes of fire hoses and how to use carbon dioxide, dry chemical,and water portable fire extinguishers; knows the function of the typical fire main system, fixed carbon dioxidesystem, water wash down system, and magazine sprinkling system; knows the difference between flooding andprogressive flooding and the dangers involved.First Aid and Fire Science on the Basis of Institutional EvaluationSHLSeamanship3 SHLSmall Boat Operation (Boat Coxswain)3 SHLSwimming (Swimmer First Class Only)1 SHL(12/76)(12/76)** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTIC3NER-IC-001Page 5of 1701-JUN-1992Interior Communications Electrician:Operates and performs maintenance on voice interior communications systems, alarm systems, warning systems,ship's control systems, plotting systems, gyrocompass systems, and entertainment systems. Operates standardtest and metering equipment, including multimeter, voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter, oscilloscope, signal generator,frequency meter, vacuum tube voltmeter, and megger; makes standard wire splices; tests and operates alarm andindicating systems; troubleshoots and repairs synchro systems; inspects, tests, maintains, charges, and replacesbatteries; repairs components of general announcing systems and sound-powered telephone systems; cleans andinspects plotters and dead reckoning equipment; tests external circuits of interior communications equipment forcontinuity, short circuits, and grounds and measures electrical quantities; reads and interprets schematic diagramsand blueprints of basic electrical, electronic, and logic circuits.Applied Mathematics2 SHLBasic Electronics3 SHLElectrical/Electronic Circuits3 SHLElectrical/Electronics Laboratory2 SHLElectrical/Mechanical Systems3 SHLTroubleshooting Techniques2 SHLBasic Electricity/Electronics5 SHVElectrical/Electronic Circuits5 SHVElectrical/Mechanical Systems4 SHVTroubleshooting Techniques4 SHV(10/87)(10/87)IC1NER-IC-00216-JUN-1999Interior Communications Electrician:Operates and performs maintenance on voice interior communications systems, alarm systems, warning andindicator systems, ship's control systems, plotting systems, gyrocompass systems, and entertainment systems.Operates electronic test and metering equipment, including multimeter, voltmeter, ammeter, ohmmeter, oscilloscope,signal generator, frequency meter, vacuum tube voltmeter, and megger; makes standard wire splices; tests andoperates alarm and indicating systems; troubleshoots and repairs synchro systems; inspects, tests, maintains,charges, and replaces batteries; repairs components of general announcing systems and sound-powered telephonesystems; cleans and inspects plotters and dead reckoning equipment; tests external circuits of interiorcommunications equipment for continuity, short circuits, and grounds and measures electrical quantities; reads andinterprets schematic diagrams and blueprints of basic electrical, electronic, and logic circuits. Troubleshoots andrepairs ship's metering, alarm, and indicating systems; troubleshoots and repairs synchro-amplifiers, servo systems,and tape recorders/producers; maintains microfiche readers/printers; isolates and repairs malfunctions in commonelectronic circuits; inspects and cleans commutators and adjusts brushes on motors and generators; inventoriesinstalled equipment and spare parts; supervises up to three third class Interior Communications Electricians.Isolates troubles in dead-reckoning systems including gyrocompass; tests, replaces, and adjusts components onthe interior communication and local switchboards; determines types of acceptable substitute components; checksoperating logs and maintenance records; prepares weekly reports and maintenance schedules; supervises up tofive Interior Communications Electricians.AC/DC Circuits3 SHLBasic Electronics Laboratory3 SHLDigital Principles3 SHLElectrical/Electronics Systems Troubleshooting and Repair3 SHLElectromechanical Systems3 SHLMaintenance Management3 SHL** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 6of 17Principles of Supervision3 SHLTechnical Report Writing3 or:Knows lesson planning, instructional strategies, selection of visual aids, and teaching skills; designs lessons froma body of content; develops behavioral objectives; prepares test items; evaluates instructional materials and theresults of instruction; presents material clearly; possesses platform (teaching) skills.Instructional Media3 SHLInterpersonal Communication3 SHLPrinciples of Speech3 SHLInstructional Strategies and Methods3 SHUStudent Teaching3 ctor:Individuals direct teaching and learning activities in schools, training centers, and selected reserve units; writelearning objectives; prepare test items; evaluate instructional materials and results; and counsel students onacademic learning problems.Introduction To Teaching And Learning3 SHLPublic Speaking3 ctor:Directs teaching/learning activities in schools, training centers and selected reserve units; and evaluatesinstructional materials and counsel students on academic learning problems.Fundamentals Of Training3 SHLIntroduction To Teaching And Learning3 SHLSpeech3 SHL(2/13)(6/18)MTSCER-MTS-00101-DEC-2004Master Training Specialist (MTS):Applies effective instructional techniques; develops, implements, and evaluates curricula, instructions, and coursesupporting materials; conducts in-service training; conducts instructor evaluations; conducts formal coursereviews.Speech or Public Speaking3 SHLCurriculum Design and Development3 SHUStudent Teaching3 SHU** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 7of 17(12/01)(12/01)MTSCER-MTS-00201-DEC-2004Navy Master Training Specialist (MTS):The objective of this program is to create a cadre of personnel with advanced knowledge and capabilities toperform adjunct training management functions including: conducting in-service training, general military training,ensure a successful command MTS Mentor program.Learning Framework3 SHLEducational Leadership3 SHUInstructional Methodology3 SHU(9/09)(9/09)MTSCER-MTS-00301-DEC-2004Master Training Specialist (MTS):Applies effective instructional techniques; develops, implements, and evaluates curricula, instructions, and coursesupporting materials; conducts in-service training; conducts instructor evaluations; and conducts formal coursereviews.Principles Of Curriculum Development3 SHLSupervision3 SHLInstructional Leadership3 SHU(2/13)(2/13)ICCNER-IC-00316-FEB-2010Interior Communications Administrator:operate and perform organizational and intermediate maintenance on alarm, warning, and indicator systems; interiorcommunications; and ship's control, entertainment, and navigation systems. Operates, troubleshoots and performson interior communication systems, navigation systems, hydraulic systems, alarm sensing devices, and auxiliarypower systems; collects alarm, safety and warning systems maintenance data and Bell ordering systems;documents equipment status; maintains fiber optic cables and connectors, and administrative records; operatesvisual landing aid systems; collects ships speed system data, value positioning indicators, wind speed anddirection systems; inspects work area, tools and electronic systems equipment; interprets blueprints and shipsdrawing, electronic schematics, mechanical drawings, and technical manuals; maintains networking systems,pneumatic air systems, ships console control systems and steering control systems; operates crew servedweapons; test equipment and value systems; and repairs electrical, mechanical and communication systems.Maintains custody of classified material; evolution briefing; supervise ships speed systems operation; draftmessages for transmission; inventory network software; network security; provides training operations; develops;evaluates; and configures training.Manages alarm; safety and warning systems; coordinates equipment certification; manage administrativeprograms; monitors navigation systems; network systems operations; and power generation and distributionsystems.Performs duties of an Interior Communications Administrator; manages network software; approves equipmentinstallation; maintains password accounts; analyzes and evaluates all the IC rates duties: tests, repairs, and tasks;writes technical reports; estimates time, material, and personnel required to perform tasks and projects assigned.Communication Systems Operations Troubleshooting And Repair3 SHLDigital Circuits And Microprocessors3 SHLElectrical Equipment Troubleshooting Techniques4 SHLElectronic Instrumentation Circuits3 SHL** PROTECTED BY FERPA **03/18/2019

JONESLOCKER, DAVY TESTPage 8of 17Logistics3 SHLMaintenance Supervision3 SHLSynchros And Servos3 SHLTechnical And Professional Communication3 SHLLeadership3 SHUProject Management3 e Ordnance:Limited duty officers (Submarine Ordnance) are officer technical managers in the strategic weapons and ordnancefield, with practical experience in related areas. They plan, supervise, train, and direct subordinate personnel in theoperation and maintenance of submarine weapons systems and may direct or coordinate ordnance and ordnanceequipment procurement, production, or repair. They also may serve as weapons repair, nuclear weapons repair, firecontrol repair, torpedo repair, missile launcher repair or weapons quality assurance officer or on strategic weaponsand ordnance related staffs.Communications3 SHLLeadership3 SHUMaintenance Management3 SHUManagement3 SHUProject Management3 's Mate (Auxiliary):Operates, maintains, and repairs (at the organizational and intermediate level) damage control equipment andsystems, internal combustion diesel engines and diesel engine support systems, hydraulic systems, atmospherecontrol and oxygen-generating equipment, refrigeration systems, compressed air and gas systems, potable watersystem, seawater systems and sanitary and plumbing systems. Performs inspections, operations, maintenance,troubleshooting and repairs for shipboard pumps, valves and piping, hydraulic systems, refrigeration systems,cooling, heating and ventilation systems, shipboard steering systems, high pressure, low pressure air systems andcompressors; lubricates, cleans, and the repays diesel engines and associated auxiliary equipment; and performssafety procedures including lock-out and tag-out of various electrical hydraulic and high pressure air systems;performs inspections, maintenance, troubleshooting and operations of shipboard firefighting, watertight hatches,safety equipment and, life support systems; demonstrates cultural awareness; schedules resources, employees,and operations; coordinates projects; communicates orally and in writing; demonstrates computer softwareapplication knowledge; operates database and records; utilizes software and scheduling application, stores andretrieves data; and transfers files. Provides oversight for the quality assurance inspections on the hydraulics,diesel engine, steering, emergency life support systems, valves, pumps, ventilation, heating, cooling, high pressureair, hydraulics, safety, life support, watertight hatches and doors;. Provides supervision and oversight for thequality assurance and directs corrective maintenance actions for the hydraulic systems, diesel engines, cooling,ventilation, heating steering and life support systems. Plans, directs, organizes, schedules, and evaluates trainingprograms for personnel; prepares and reviews Naval correspondence, instructions, and mes