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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. CHAPTER  12 COMPONENTS OF THE NAVY LEARNING  OBJECTIVES Upon  completion  of  this  chapter,  you  should  be  able  to  do  the  following: Identify   the   basic   parts   of   fixed-wing   and rotary-wing  aircraft. Describe   the   method   of   identification   of various  types  of  naval  aircraft. Identify  the  various  aircraft  used  by  the  Navy. Describe  the  planning  and  conduct  of  an  air strike. Describe  the  capabilities  and  the  Navy’s  use of  surface  action  groups. Explain  the  Navy’s  role  in  fire  support missions. Explain the role of combat air patrol aircraft in antiair warfare. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. Describe  the  capabilities  of  Navy  ships  to counter  enemy  missiles. Identify  the  roles  of  surface  ships,  aircraft, and  submarines  in  antisubmarine  warfare. Describe  the  shipboard  antisubmarine  war- fare  organization. Describe how sonar is used in the detection of  submarines. Identify   the   phases   of   an   amphibious operation. Identify the methods of communication used by  the  Navy. Essential  to  the  Navy  in  the  performance  of its mission are various components and warfare areas. In this chapter, we discuss some of these components  and  warfare  areas  and  some  of  the organizations  that  assist  in  their  planning  and operations.  We  discuss  other  branches  or  elements of  the  Navy  that  also  provide  support  to  these components and warfare areas in other chapters. NAVAL   AVIATION SIGNIFICANT  DATES 4 Mar. 1911    Congress provides $25,000 to de- velop  aviation  for  naval  purposes. 8  May  1911  Navy  orders  first  airplane. 20  Jan.  1914  Navy  establishes  first  school  for naval  air  training  in  Pensacola, Florida. 26  Oct.  1922 28  Nov.  1929 23 Jul. 1947 9  Apr.  1959 First carrier landing occurs on a ship   underway   aboard   USS Langley.  First  catapult  launch from  an  aircraft  carrier  occurs 1 month later. LCDR  Richard  E.  Byrd  makes first  flight  over  South  Pole; becomes the first pilot to fly over both   Poles. First  delivery  of  a  “pure-jet” fighter,  the  FJ-1  Phantom,  to  a Navy  squadron  takes  place. Under   Project   Mercury,   the astronaut  program  selects  four navaI  aviators  among  seven persons  as  prospective  astro- nauts. 12-1

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