What is Navy NSTM?

556-1.1.1. The purpose of the Naval Ships’ Technical Manual (NSTM) , is to provide technical information. to personnel engaged in the supervision, operation, or maintenance of ships of the United States Navy.

How do I access the Tdmis?

Access and registration can be requested at https://mercury.tdmis.navy.mil/ and TDMIS login is available at https://nsdsa.dc3n.navy.mil.

Is navsea part of DOD?

No. NAVSEA hires civilians to support the U.S. Navy. You will be a federal government civilian employee, not a member of the armed forces. As a civilian employee at NAVSEA, you will perform important work that supports the security of the United States and helps our Sailors and Marines defend our nation abroad.

How many active destroyers does the US Navy have?

For its part the United States Navy boasts a surface fleet of 11 aircraft carriers, 92 cruisers and destroyers, and 59 small surface combatants and combat logistics ships. Its submarine fleet is comprised of 50 attack submarines, 14 ballistic missile submarines, and four cruise missile submarines.

What are the different types of warships in the US Navy?

Aircraft carriers.

  • Amphibious warfare ships.
  • Cruisers.
  • Destroyers.
  • Frigates.
  • Littoral combat ships.
  • Mine countermeasures ships.
  • Patrol ships.
  • How many Navy warships does the US have?

    The United States Navy has over 480 ships in both active service and the reserve fleet, with approximately 90 more in either the planning and ordering stages or under construction, according to the Naval Vessel Register and published reports.

    How many aircraft carriers does the U.S. Navy have?

    The Navy owns 11 of the world’s 43 active aircraft carriers — and that doesn’t count its nearly two dozen flat-decked amphibious ships that might well be considered carriers in their own right.