Sheet 3 of 3
1. Study EE125-FA-MMF-010/E110-BRR-6, FOMM Technical Manual Support Volume for Radio Receiving
Set AN/BRR-6, Volume 1, glossary; tables 1-1 and 2-1 through 2-7; paragraphs 1-1, 1-2, 1-2.1 through
1-2.12, and 1-3 through 1-6; and figures 2-1 through 2-8, 5-1, and 5-3.
2. Study NAVSEA S9SSB-X9-SSM-900/(U)726V6P3B13 (SSM V76P3B13), Habitability, Ship Handling, and
Emergency Systems Operating Instructions, 01637-11, paragraph 1-1.
How many units comprise the BRR-6?
What is the frequency range of the BRR-6?
What is the maximum speed allowable for towing the buoys?
What is the maximum speed for launching a buoy?
Is it good practice to stream the buoyant cable and fly a buoy at the same time?
How many buoys are associated with each BRR-6?
What is the minimum depth for launching a buoy?
How much cable does each cable have?
What does FOMM mean?
Which units of the BRR-6 are located in the IRR?
Which units of the BRR-6 are located in the Command and Control Center?
How many antennas are associated with the Towed Buoy?
What is the purpose of the Depth and Destruct Canister? Where is it located?
Which unit controls all the buoy electronics?
How close to the surface must the buoy be before Unit 10 can take over depth control?
How does Unit 9 (Towed Buoy Antenna Control Unit) communicate with the buoy electronics?
Where are the tow cable cutters located?
Where does the BRR-6 receive its 115 vac 60 Hz power from?
Do the navigation center signals go through the AIS cabinet in the IRR?
FOR TRAINING USE ONLY
Figure 9-1. Example Assignment Sheet. (Sheet 3 of 3)