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Lincoln Nation, Commanding Officer Capt. Ron Ravelo

Executive Officer

Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt

Command Master Chief CMDCM Lee Salas

We are in the final stages of RCOH and soon our crew will redeliver a fully operational warship to the fleet. The completion of RCOH is a significant milestone in an aircraft carrier’s life. We’ve spent the last four years restoring this fine ship for 25 more years of service. I’d like all of you to think about the major preparations and evolutions we have this year to qualify us to return to the fleet. Prepare yourself and your family for the coming change to your daily life. Lastly, as we transition from shipyard to sea life, many of you will return to the job you joined the Navy for. Take full advantage of these final months to prepare. Spend this

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time to learn all you can so that we can have a fully trained crew ready for any mission. Lincoln Nation, 2017, will indeed be an exciting and actionpacked year. We are going to need each and every one of you engaged in getting our ship back out to the fleet - make good choices on AND off duty, and as always;

Strength and Respect, Capt. Ron Ravelo


Table of

CONTENTS Medical Pg. 4

Post Office, Personnel & Legal Pg. 10

Transportation Dental & Parking Pg. 5

Pg. 13

Dining

Berthing

Supply Services

CRMD

Laundry & Hotel Services

Phonebook

Pg. 6

Pg. 7

Pg. 8

Pg. 12

Pg. 11

Pg. 14

MWR

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MEDICAL Department M

edical department is committed to providing quality medical care and assistance with all services pertaining to the health and well-being of Lincoln Sailors. Administrative services include: Dependent Affairs, Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP), Limited Duty, Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), Medical Records, Medical Training (CPR, 105, 302, and 310), Referrals to Off-Ship Medical Care, Tricare. Ancillary Services include: Laboratory, Pharmacy, Physical therapy, Optician, Radiology, Health Promotion and Wellness, Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation Program (SARP). Sick Call Procedure: Sailors should report for sick call no earlier than 0900 and no later than 0945. Those lined up for sick call will be screened by a provider and given either 1) an over-thecounter remedy when appropriate, 2) be seen acutely or 3) given a scheduled appointment. For questions, contact LT Owens at 4-5411 or loreli.owens@cvn72.navy.mil

Location 2-105-1-L

Patient Lobby

Phone

J-Dial: 5394/5393 Office

(757) 534-0097

Hours Mon-Fri

0730-1500 Audiogram: 0845-1100 Birth Month Recall: 0845-1500 Laboratory: 1300-1500 Pharmacy: 0845-1130, 1300-1500 Physical Exams: 0845-1100 Physical Therapy: 0900-1030 *Afternoon hours by appointment only Preventive Medicine: 0845-1000 Psychology: 0845-1500 Radiation Health: 0730-1100, 1300-1500 Sick-Call: 0900-0945 Urgent/Emergent Care (including mental health): 24 hours

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Vision: To promote and protect, the dental health of those entrusted in our care. In doing so, we must ensure dental readiness while optimizing dental health for all Lincoln Sailors.

DENTAL Department Location 3-121-0-L

Patient Lobby

Hours Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri

0900-1200 Mission: To provide dental care for our Sailors that will prevent disease, disability, and injury of the teeth, jaw and related structures, which may interfere with the performance of their military duties and overall health.

MEDIA 0900 - 1100 1230 - 1400 3-180-0-Q

Tue

0900-1200 1300-1500

Phone J-Dial: 5445 Office

Media department provides the following services for Sailors and other departments: studio portriats, special duty pictures, large-scale printing and graphic design.

J-Dial: 5930

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DINING Aft Galley

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

2-165-0-Q

0600 - 0700

1100 - 1300

1600 - 1730

CPO Mess

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

0600 - 0700

1100 - 1300

1600 - 1730

Wardroom 3

Breakfast

Lunch

Dinner

0600 - 0700

1100 - 1300

1600 - 1730

$2.60

$4.20

$3.65

3-215-0-L

2-200-0-L

Meal Rates

*Meal rates are subject to change

Wardroom Etiquette & Dress Code : Wardroom dining rooms, pantries and washrooms are out-of-bounds to personnel other than mess members and mess personnel, except those on official business. Officers should be in the uniform of the day as prescribed by the Plan of the Day. Flight suits are authorized for wear in all wardrooms. Physical training (PT) clothing is prohibited. Charging of Meals Mess bills will be published monthly by the wardroom officer before the 5th day of each month and members are required to pay their bill on or before that date. Mess bills can be paid at 2-186-6-Q, Monday through Friday, from 0900 - 1000 and 1300 - 1400. In port: Only meals consumed while in port will be charged to the officer mess member. Please remember, even if you stop by and only grab a quick snack, (fruit or bread) you are required to check your name in the in port wardroom binder. At sea: While dining in the wardroom during at sea periods, each member will be charged for a full day at sea, regardless of how many meals were consumed. This is standard procedure on naval vessels and consistent with Navy Regulations. 6


SUPPLY SERVICES Jittery Abe’s Location

2-148-3-L

Hours of Operation

0630-0745 0900-1400

Jittery Abe’s offers a wide variety of coffee. All proceeds benefit MWR.

3-148-0-Q Hours of Operation

0900-1400 J-Dial: 5434

Four Score Store offers a wide range of products commonly found in most convenience retail

Disbursing Location

2-122-2-Q

Hours of Operation

0900-1130 1230-1400

Location

02-195-6-L Hours of Operation

Four Score Store Location

BarBer Shop

Navy Cash is the only method of payment for any goods on board. Temporary Navy Cash cards

0900-1200 1300-1500 1800-2000 Appointments are available in 20 minute time slots or first comefirst served. Call-in appointments are available for O-5 and above. J-dial: 6560

Navy Cash and ATM Locations

J-Dial: 5940

Vending in a Box Location

02-190-8-Q Outside Four Score

3-148-3-Q

02-190-4-Q

Outside Post Office

Additional Vending: 128 Bay

on the Mess Decks

128 Bay

on the Mess Decks

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Laundry Ship’s Laundry 3-235-0-Q

Drop off: 0900-1200 Pick up: 1300-1400

Self-serve Laundry 4-235-1-Q

All uniform items (NWU’s, flight suits, coveralls, etc.) can be cleaned in ship’s laundry. Patrons are required to provide their own mesh laundry bags and laundry pins which can be purchased in the ship’s store. Please ensure that all uniform items and mesh laundry bags are clearly labeled with your name and rank. Self-serve laundry is for personal items only. Machines are not industrial strength and therefore cannot accommodate heavy loads. Washing or drying of uniform items (NWUs, flight suits, coveralls) in self-serve laundry is strictly prohibited. Patrons are required to provide their own detergent (available in the ship’s store for purchase) and are asked not to leave their laundry unattended.

Hotel services Hotel Services Office 0830-1430 2-186-6-Q

The Hotel Services Officer assigns all staterooms. Personnel occupying a stateroom must check in and out with the Hotel Services Officer. Please do not attempt to change stateroom assignments without approval from the Hotel Services Officer. HODs/O-5 and above will have their linen changed on a weekly basis. All other officers are responsible for changing their own linens. Officers shall place soiled linens in appropriately labeled lockers by 0830. Please report all stateroom discrepancies to 2-186-6-Q or by phone at J-5328 or (757) 534-1193

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An officer’s stateroom should be neat, orderly and clean at all times. All HODs, regardless of rank, and all officers O-5 and above will receive full hotel service. Full hotel service includes daily cleaning and bed-making. O-4 and below are responsible for cleaning their own staterooms. Cleaning gear is provided in designated gear lockers.

Linen Service

Soiled 3-199-2-A / 3-209-2-A Clean 3-194-2-A / 3-203-2-A


Our Fun Boss, Fit Boss, and the MWR team develop and conduct various programs to help improve Sailor morale. These programs include a variety of entertainment options.

Main Office 2-120-2-Q 0900-1130 1300-1500 1900-2000

Exercise Classes Our Fit Boss hosts a variety of fitness classes to include: high-intensity training (HIT), Olympic lifting, combative conditioning, cardio conditioning, spin classes, yoga and pilates. Check with MWR for class times and availability.

Tickets and Tours 2-120-2-Q

MWR Gear Issue

0900-1400

2-123-2-Q

Physical Fitness Facilities There are a variety of options to stay in shape while on board. The ship is equipped with numerous cardio and weight-lifting machines as well as free weights. Conservative attire is required when utilizing the gymnasium spaces. 4th Deck Jungle Gym

4-225-2-L

Hours of Operation

03-255-2-L

0500-0700 0900-2200

O3 Cardio Gerbil Gym O2 Full Service Gym

02-79-2-L

0900-1200 1300-1500 1800-2000

Available for Check-out Electronic Entertainment

PS4 Vanguard Combo, PS Vita (mobile playstation), Nintendo Wii, and portable DVD player. Traditional Entertainment

Board games, dominoes, cards, casino style, outdoor recreation sports equipment. *Check outs must be returned within 24 hours.

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Postal Service 0930-1100 1230-1400 3-148-0-Q Your mailing address while on board is:

NAME/RATE USS ABRAHAM LINCOLN (CVN 72) Unit 10034 Box # FPO AE 09520

Legal 0900 - 1100 1300 - 1400 2-98-5-Q

Services offered include shipping/receiving mail and packages. Postal sells electronic stamps. Divisional mail orderlies are responsible for picking up mail upon the announcement of “mail call� or at any time during normal operating hours. Registered packages must be picked up in person during the prescribed working hours.

Legal department can provide Sailors with notaries, powers of attorneys, and contact information for legal assistance. Legal also has resources and links on the Sharepoint site, web.cvn72.navy.mil.

J-Dial: 6549

Personnel Mon-Thur 0900-1400

Location: 3-113-01-Q

J-Dial: 5396/5430

Fri 1000-1300 Personnel and the Educational Services Office provides a wide range of services including SGLI/Page 2 updates, pay and allowance processing, reenlistments, extensions, ID Cards, DEERS, educational and Navy enlisted advancement services, and electronic service record maintenance.

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CRMD

Command Religious Ministries Department

Chapel 03-133-10-L

Divine Services

Library Services

Chaplain

03-118-8-Q

Chapel Services

Engage in a COMREL project

Divine Worship Service Sundays at 0830

Leadership development coaching

Morning Devotions Mondays at 0615 Communion Wednesdays at 1200 Schedule a confidential pastoral & counseling session

03-118-10-L 03-120-2-Q

Library and Computer usage

Hours: 0900-2200 Resiliency Team Meetings

First Tuesdays at 1000 Phone

J-Dial: 6767

Electrical Safety Mon-Thur 0845-1100 1200-1545 01-175-2-Q

J-Dial: 5793

Electrical safety shop checks for the insulation resistance of each charger/cords of the portable/mobile/ personal electrical/ electronic gear to make sure they are safe to use.

Instruction

LINCOLNINST 5100.4G (S:\~CVN72\1- CVN72 DIRECTIVES\1 INSTRUCTIONS\5000)

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Berthing A standard rack will consist of the following:

(1) Clean white sheets and white pillow case (2) One pillow (Department issued or personal) (3) One Navy issued wool blanket. (4) Two blue individual curtains (to be left open when not in use).

Other authorized bedding materials shall be s  towed in personal locker.

Quiet Hours:

Aft of Frame 180 from 2200-0500 daily

Optional Bedding: (1) Comforter (twin size only) (2) Sleeping bag (3) Stuffed animal (size must not exceed dimensions of a standard Navy pillow)

Cleanliness

*When transiting to the head from berthing, PT gear or robes, and closed toe shoes are mandatory.

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ContraBand LINCOLNINST 1100.1A, USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) berthing policy details the requirements for berthing assignment, cleanliness, and responsibilities. Refer to this instruction or to your berthing petty officer if you have questions.

Contraband is items that are unlawful to possess by federal, state, Navy, ABRAHAM LINCOLN or local statutes or regulations. Examples of contraband, while not all-inclusive are: -Controlled Substances -Drug Paraphernalia -Any device which produce visible or audible effects by explosion and/or detonation (pyrotechnics, firework,flares, etc.) -Pornographic/obscene material -Gambling equipment -Prohibited weapons (to include firearms, clubs, batons, knives with a blade greater than 4 inches


Transportation and Parking Transportation 0500-1900

Two vans on station and rotating between 50th Street Turnstile and Huntington Hall as needed.

Parking 50th Street, Newport News, Va. Parking passes can be obtained from Security.

Dispatch (757) 636-3802 Seat belts are required to be worn by all passengers while riding in government vehicles. Transportation is manned 24/7. Sailors requiring emergency medical transportation should contact Medical department.

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Important

phone numbers Name

location

Trouble Call

J-Dial: 6146 /1400

DC Central

J-Dial: 5702

4-119-0-C

Quarterdeck

J-Dial: 4441

01-175-3-X

ADP

J-Dial: 5574/5716

03-115-2-Q

Personnel

J-Dial: 5396/ 5430

3-113-1-Q

Chaplain

J-Dial: 6767

2-120-2-Q

Security

J-Dial: 6156/6716

2-93-2-Q

J-Dial: 5981

3-180-0-Q

Admin

J-Dial: 5069/5014

3-116-2-Q

Training

J-Dial: 6763

02-96-6-Q

Legal

J-Dial: 6549

2-98-5-Q

Public Affairs

Transportation

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number

(757) 636-3802

03-34-2-Q


Name

number

location

Safety

J-Dial: 5930

01-118-1-Q

Medical

J-Dial: 5394/5393

2-150-1-L

Dental

J-Dial: 5445

3-121-0-L

CSOOW

J-Dial: 6362

03-113-4-C

SAPR

(757) 534-0871

Ombudsmen

(757) 447-4ABE

FamilyAdvocacy Program

(757) 448-8037

Suicide Prev. Hotline

1(800) 273-8255

Domestic Violence Prev. Hotline

1(800) 799-7233

Fleet & Family Support Center

(757) 688-6289

Emergency

7211 / 911 / 211

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USS Abraham Lincoln Diagram

DECK NUMBER

FRAME NUMBER

PORT/STARBOARD

SPACE USE

Varies from O10 level (highest) to the 8th deck (lowest). Decks are numbered relative to the main deck (Hangar Deck). Numbers increase the farther you get from the main deck with a “O” before those decks above the main deck, called levels.

The forward most transverse frame or “wall” in the compartment. Transeverse frames are those “walls” running the width of the ship. They start at 0 at the front of the ship and increase to 265 at the rear of the ship.

Odd numbers represent the starboard side of the ship. Even numbers represent the port side of the ship. The higher the number, the more outboard, or farther from the center of the ship.

Spaces are assigned letters based on their use. Examples include: “Q” for offices; “A” for dry stowage; “C” for control spaces (radar and plotting rooms, etc.); L” for living spaces (berthing, messing, etc.); “M” for ammunition storage; and “T” for vertical access.

Frame Distribution Fwd or Aft Port / Starboard Deck Most Forward Frame

3-180-0-Q 180-190 GM

Type of Space L, Q, A, etc. Most Aft Frame

Owning Division

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