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					            CATEGORY                                      QUESTION
                                         How is the Red Cross most often utilized by
                                         Soldiers in the US Army?
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.


Army Programs: American Red Cross Q. How is the Red Cross primarily staffed?           A.
                                     In a time of emergency, why does the
                                     American Red Cross - and not the Army -
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.
                                     provide communication between the
                                     Soldiers and their families?
                                     Name some services that the American
                                     Red Cross offers.


Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.




                                         What American is credited with founding
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.
                                         the American Red Cross?
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.     What AR covers the Red Cross?                 A.
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.     What does "ICRC" stand for?                   A.
                                         What interest rate is attached to Red Cross
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.
                                         loans?
                                         What is the Red Cross symbol also known
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                                   A.
                                         as?
                                         What services are provided by the
                                         American Red Cross in regard to Prisoners
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.     of War?                                       A.


                                     When did the American Red Cross come
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q.                                        A.
                                     into existence?
                                     When did the American Red Cross become
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q. a charter organization in the U.S.?    A.

                                          Why do the Red Cross and Army
Army Programs: American Red Cross Q. Emergency Relief work so closely                  A.
                                          together?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. Describe the ACS program policy.             A.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. How is ACS primarily staffed?                A.
                                          How often does ACS (in coordination with
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.
                                          ACAP) conduct Job Fairs?
                                          In regard to Operation R.E.A.D.Y. (of the
                                          Deployment/Mobilization and SSO
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.
                                          Readiness area), what does the acronym
                                          "R.E.A.D.Y" stand for?
                                          In regard to the Deployment/Mobilization
                                          and SSO Readiness Area, what does the
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.
                                          "NEO" in NEO Support stand for and what
                                          is it?
                                            In regard to the Deployment/Mobilization
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. and SSO Readiness Area, what is the          A.
                                          purpose of "Operation R.E.A.D.Y.?"
                                          Name some of the ACS Services that fall
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. under the "Deployment/Mobilization and       A.
                                          SSO Readiness" Area.
                                          Name some of the ACS Services that fall
                                          under the "Employment Readiness" Area.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.


                                            Name some of the ACS Services that fall
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. under the "Financial Readiness" Area.        A.

                                            Name some of the ACS Services that fall
                                            under the "Relocation Readiness" Area.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.


                                          Name some of the ACS Services that fall
                                          under the "Soldier and Family Readiness"
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. Area.                                        A.


                                            Name the four primary objectives of the
                                            Family Advocacy Program.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.


                                          Through what program does ACS assist
                                          Soldiers with handicapped dependents and
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                          A.
                                          how does it work?

                                            What are some of the services that ACS
                                            provides?



Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.




                                          What are the five "Key Readiness Areas"
                                          that ACS has organized its subprograms
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. into?                                        A.


                                            What are the four essential services of
                                            financial planning assistance?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.


                                          What are the two primary concerns of
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                              A.
                                          ACAP?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. What Army Regulation covers ACS?             A.
                                            What can Soldiers do to assist ACS?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. What does "ACS" stand for?                     A.
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. What does "SITES" stand for?                   A.
                                            What does the acronym "ACAP" stand for?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
                                            What does the ACS symbol/logo
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. represent?                                     A.

                                            What is the "outreach" mode of service
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
                                            delivery?
                                            What is the purpose of ACAP?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
                                            What is the purpose of ACS Relocation
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. Services?                                      A.

                                            What is the purpose of ACS?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
                                            What is the purpose of the ACS Loan
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. Closet?                                        A.

Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. What is the theme or motto of ACS?             A.
                                            What purpose does the financial planning
                                            and assistance services serve?
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.


Army Programs: Army Community Services Q. What year was ACS established?                 A.
                                        Who may utilize the services that ACS
Army Programs: Army Community Services Q.                                                A.
                                        provides?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. Are contributions to AER tax deductible?         A.
                                        How are AER programs funded?

Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                  A.


                                            How can donations be made to AER?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                  A.


                                            If a Soldier receives an AER Loan, what
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. interest rate can he or she expect to pay?       A.

                                            Is a Soldier required to contribute to AER in
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                   A.
                                            order to receive assistance?
                                          Name some circumstances that AER will
                                          not give a loan.


Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.




                                          Under what circumstances is AER likely to
                                          give financial assistance to a Soldier?



Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.




                                          What are the three types of financial
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. assistance that AER provides?                 A.

Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. What Army Regulation covers AER?              A.
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. What does AER stand for?                      A.
                                          What does AEREAP do?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.

                                        What does the acronym "AEREAP" stand
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                         A.
                                        for?
                                        What does the acronym "PLUS" stand for?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                         A.
                                        What form should be used to apply for an
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.
                                        AER Loan?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. What is the AER Motto?                        A.
                                        What is the maximum dollar amount that a
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.
                                        Soldier may receive on an AER Loan?
                                        What is the minimum contribution that a
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.
                                        Soldier can make to AER by Allotment?
                                        What is the PLUS program and what does
                                        it do?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.


                                          What is the purpose of AER?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.
                                          What is the time line for repayment of an
                                          AER loan?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                               A.


                                          What other organization does AER
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. coordinate with in order to avoid the         A.
                                          duplication of aid efforts?
                                                   What purpose does the AER Annual Fund
                                                   Campaign serve?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.


Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q. What year was the AER first chartered?               A.
                                        When does the AER Annual Fund
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.
                                        Campaign take place?
                                        When is an AER loan considered to be
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.
                                        delinquent?
                                        When is an AER loan considered to be
                                        uncollectible?


Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.




                                                   Who does the Educational Assistance
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.
                                                   Program apply to?
                                                   Who is eligible to receive AER aid?


Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.



                                                   Who is eligible to receive PLUS loans?
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                      A.


                                                   Who should initiate the paperwork for an
Army Programs: Army Emergency Relief Q.                                                       A.
                                                   AER Loan?
                                                   Describe the Army Quality of Life Program.
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program   Q.                                             A.


                                                   Give some examples of the services and
                                                   activities of the Army Quality of Life
                                                   Program that Soldiers may utilize.


Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program   Q.                                             A.




                                                   Name the six subsystems of the Army
                                                   Quality of Life Program.
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program   Q.                                             A.
                                               The Army Quality of Life Program is
                                               dedicated to caring for the Army's top
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program Q.                                         A.
                                               operational resource. What is this
                                               resource?
                                               What does the acronym "QOLP" stand for?
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program Q.                                         A.
                                               What is the primary goal of the Army's
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program   Q.                                           A.
                                               Quality of Life Program?
                                               What two general headings are the Quality
Army Programs: Army Quality of Life Program Q. of Life assistance and programs             A.
                                               categorized under?
                                               Can a Soldier be promoted while enrolled in
Army Programs: ASAP                         Q. an Alcohol or Drug Abuse Rehabilitation     A.
                                               Program?
                                               Can a Soldier enrolled in ASAP re-enlist?
Army Programs: ASAP                         Q.                                             A.
                                                 How long do each of the two phases in the
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                            A.
                                                 rehabilitation program last?
                                                 If a commander refers a Soldier to ASAP is
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                            A.
                                                 the Soldier obligated to participate?
                                                 If a Soldier is charged with a DUI or DWI,
                                                 what mandatory actions must be taken?
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                            A.


                                                 Is a Soldier flagged when they are referred
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                             A.
                                                 to ASAP?
                                                 Is it authorized to reveal a Soldier's
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q. involvement in ASAP without the Soldier's A.
                                                 permission?
                                                 Name the 3 main categories of drugs
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                             A.

                                                   Name the ASAP rehabilitation objectives.
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                              A.
                                                   Name the drug that is most abused in the
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                              A.
                                                   Armed Forces.
                                                   Name the objectives of Biochemical or
                                                   Urinalysis Testing.
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                              A.



                                                   State the mission of ASAP.
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q.                                              A.
                                                 The Army policy is to "Deglamorize"
Army Programs: ASAP                           Q. Alcohol -- what does this mean?              A.
                           Under what conditions may a Commander
                           direct drug testing?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.


                         Under what conditions may the
                         Commander and ASAP Counselor consider
Army Programs: ASAP   Q. rehabilitation a success?             A.


                         Upon arriving at a new duty station, the
Army Programs: ASAP   Q. Soldier should be educated on ASAP within A.
                         what time frame?
                         What are some indications that a Soldier
                         may have a drug or alcohol problem?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                           A.


                         What are the 2 phases of the rehabilitative
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                             A.
                         program?
                         What are the 3 groups Soldiers who abuse
Army Programs: ASAP   Q. drugs are classified into?                  A.

                           What are the five ways that a Soldier may
                           be referred to ASAP?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.


                           What are the objectives of ASAP?


Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.



                           What classifies a Soldier as a rehab
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.
                           failure?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.   What does "ADAPCP" stand for?               A.
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.   What does "ASAP" stand for?                 A.
                           What form is used by the Commander to
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.
                           refer a Soldier to ASAP?
                           What happens if a Soldier refuses to
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.   participate in Urinalysis testing?          A.

                         What happens to a Soldier who refuses to
                         participate in rehabilitation, or fails to
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.
                         respond successfully to the rehabilitation
                         program?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q. What is the Army's policy on alcohol?         A.
                         What is the emphasis of ASAP?
Army Programs: ASAP   Q.                                               A.
                                  What is your responsibility if you have
Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.
                                  knowledge of drug use in your unit?
                                  What items should you include when
                                  counseling a Soldier on ASAP?
Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.


Army Programs: ASAP          Q. When is an alcoholic considered cured?       A.
                                When is rehabilitation considered a failure?


Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.



Army Programs: ASAP          Q. Which Army Regulation covers ASAP?          A.
                                Who decides when a Soldier's rehabilitation
Army Programs: ASAP          Q. is considered a success or a failure?       A.

                                  Who is authorized to use ASAP?
Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.


Army Programs: ASAP          Q. Who is to be tested by Urinalysis?            A.
                                Why is the Army so concerned about drug
Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.
                                and alcohol abuse?
                                Will enrolling in ASAP help a Soldier avoid
Army Programs: ASAP          Q.                                               A.
                                pending disciplinary actions?
                                How can a Soldier enroll an eligible
Army Programs: DEERS         Q.                                               A.
                                dependent in DEERS?
                                What does the acronym "DEERS" stand
Army Programs: DEERS         Q.                                               A.
                                for?
                                What does the acronym "PAC" stand for?
Army Programs: DEERS         Q.                                               A.
                                  What is the purpose of DEERS?
Army Programs: DEERS         Q.                                               A.
                                  Describe the "Sponsorship Pool."
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                               A.

                                  Explain the In-Sponsorship Program.
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                               A.
                                  Explain the Out-Sponsorship Program.
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                               A.
                                How many welcome letters should a newly
                                arriving Soldier receive as part of the
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q. Sponsorship Program?                    A.


                                  How much time should a Commander give
                                  to new Soldiers for inprocessing?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                               A.
                                  How soon after a Gaining Commander
                                  receives a request for Sponsorship, should
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                  the Welcome Packet be sent to a new
                                  Soldier?
                                  How soon should a Sponsor be appointed
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.   after the Battalion receives the DA Form     A.
                                  5434?
                                  Should a unit arrange a Sponsor for a
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                  Soldier that is departing the unit?
                                  What are some things that a sponsor
                                  should do prior to the arrival of a new
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.   Soldier?                                     A.


                                  What are the five types of Sponsorship
                                  Programs?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.


                                  What are the general requirements when
                                  appointing a sponsor?

Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.



                                  What are the Six Elements of the
                                  Sponsorship Program?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.



                                  What are the two degrees of Sponsorship?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                  What grade must a Sponsor be?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                What is the purpose of a "Rear
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                Detachment" Sponsor?
                                What is the purpose of a Reactionary
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q. Sponsor?                                       A.

                                  What is the purpose of the DA Form 5434?
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                                A.
                                Which Army Regulation covers
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q.                                            A.
                                Sponsorship?
                                Why is it important to have a well-managed
Army Programs: Sponsorship   Q. sponsorship program?                       A.

                                  Can a Soldier's parents or in-laws be
Army Programs: Tricare       Q.                                                A.
                                  enrolled in TRICARE?
                              What are the three TRICARE options?
Army Programs: Tricare   Q.                                                   A.

                              What health care program did TRICARE
Army Programs: Tricare   Q.                                                   A.
                              replace?
                              What is required for active duty members
Army Programs: Tricare   Q.                                                   A.
                              to receive TRICARE?
Army Programs: Tricare   Q.   What is TRICARE?                                A.
                              When enrolling in TRICARE, do active duty
Army Programs: Tricare   Q.                                                   A.
                              Soldiers have to pay a fee?
                              Approximately how many African-
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              Americans served in the Civil War?
                              Are active units, who fought for the
                              Confederacy during the Civil War,
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              permitted to fly their Civil War campaign
                              streamers?
                              Before the US Army began to award the
Awards & Decorations     Q.   Medal of Honor, what award served as its        A.
                              equivalent?
                              Can Enlisted Soldiers be awarded the
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              Legion of Merit?
                              Can Soldiers recommend themselves for
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              awards?
                              Do Medal of Honor recipients receive any
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              extra pay?
                              Explain the difference between a
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              decoration and an award.
                              How is it signified that a Soldier has served
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              two overseas tours?
                              How many "V" Devices are authorized for
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              wear on a single ribbon?
                              How many African-Americans served in
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              WWII?
                              How many African-Americans, who served
Awards & Decorations     Q.   in WWII, were awarded the Medal of              A.
                              Honor?
                              How many different weapons have
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              component bars?
                              How often do you receive a Good Conduct
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              Medal?
                              Is a Soldier entitled to the Good Conduct
Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.
                              Medal?
                              Name some appurtenances.

Awards & Decorations     Q.                                                   A.


                            Name some medals not awarded to
Awards & Decorations     Q. General Officers.                                 A.
                            Name some US Awards that may be
                            presented to Army Units.
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.


                            To whom is the Purple Heart given?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            What AR covers Awards and Decorations?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            What are the four categories of badges
                            worn on the Army Uniform?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.


                          What are the Oak Leaf Clusters, V-Devices
Awards & Decorations   Q. and Roman Numerals collectively called? A.

                            What are the three highest awards?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.

                          What are the two categories of
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                          decorations?
                          What Award is given for Exemplary
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                          Behavior, Efficiency and Fidelity?
                          What award is the second highest for
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                          valor?
                          What decorations can the "V" Device be
                          worn on?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.


                          What does it mean when there is a star
Awards & Decorations   Q. above the Combat Infantryman's Badge     A.
                          (CIB)?
                          What form is used to recommend a Soldier
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                          A.
                          for an award?
                          What is a "Fourragere?"
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                          A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is a DA Form 2442?                     A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is a DA Form 4950?                     A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is a DA Form 638?                      A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is a DA Form 7013?                     A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is a decoration?                       A.
Awards & Decorations   Q.   What is DA Form 87?                         A.
                            What is engraved on the back of the Medal
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            of Honor?
                            What is inscribed on the back of the
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            ARCOM?
                            What is inscribed on the back of the Army
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            Achievement Medal (AAM)?
                            What is inscribed on the back of the Good
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                               A.
                            Conduct Medal?
                          What is meant by the phrase "above and
Awards & Decorations   Q. beyond the call of duty"?                         A.

                          What is on the Front of the Medal of
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                            A.
                          Honor?
                          What is required before a Soldier is
Awards & Decorations   Q. authorized to wear the NCO Professional    A.
                          Development Ribbon?
                          What is required before a Soldier may wear
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                            A.
                          the Army Service Ribbon?
                          What is the ARCOM awarded for?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                            A.
                            What is the definition of a "Key Individual,"
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            according to AR 672-5-1?
                            What is the definition of an Award?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            What is the definition of heroism?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
Awards & Decorations   Q. What is the definition of valor?                  A.
                          What is the Good Conduct Medal awarded
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                          for?
                          What is the highest award for valor in
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                          peacetime?
Awards & Decorations   Q. What is the highest peacetime award?              A.
Awards & Decorations   Q. What is the highest wartime Award?                A.
                          What is the maximum number of foreign
Awards & Decorations   Q. badges a Soldier may wear on the uniform          A.
                          at any one time?
                          What is the maximum number of
Awards & Decorations   Q. marksmanship badges that a Soldier may            A.
                          wear on the uniform at one time?
                          What is the set time limit for the
                          recommendation of the Purple Heart?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.


                            What is the Soldiers Medal awarded for?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            What is the time limit for recommending an
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            award?
                            What is worn to denote the award of more
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            than one Good Conduct Medal?
                            What makes the Purple Heart different than
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            all other decorations?
                            What medal was the first medal awarded
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            by the US Army for Valor?
                            What Soldier, who later became a movie
Awards & Decorations   Q.   star, was the most highly decorated Soldier     A.
                            in World War II?
                            What war was Dr. Mary Walker involved
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                   A.
                            in?
                          When did African-Americans receive the
Awards & Decorations   Q. Medal of Honor in recognition of heroism in A.
                          WWII?
                          When is a Soldier allowed to wear a Unit
                          Award?
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                             A.


                          Where and by whom is the Medal of Honor
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                          A.
                          presented?
                          Which Army Regulation sets forth the
Awards & Decorations   Q. policies and procedures for Army Awards? A.

                            Which medal has George Washington's
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            picture on it?
Awards & Decorations   Q.   Who awards the Medal of Honor?               A.
                            Who can approve the award of an Army
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            Achievement Medal?
                            Who can recommend someone for an
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            award?
                            Who is the approving authority for a Good
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            Conduct Medal?
                            Who is the approving authority for the
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            ARCOM?
                            Who is the approving authority for the
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            Medal of Honor?
                            Who is the approving authority of the
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            Soldier's Medal in peacetime?
                            Who is the only female to ever receive the
Awards & Decorations   Q.                                                A.
                            Medal of Honor and when was it?
                            An NBC-1 Report receives what type of
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                                A.
                            communications precedence?
                            Are we able to immediately detect a
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                                A.
                            biological attack?
                            Cite some of the basic principles of
                            decontamination.
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                                A.


CBRN (NBC)             Q. Define "Biological Warfare."                   A.
                          Define Pathogen.
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                                A.
                          During peacetime, how often should the
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                            A.
                          protective mask be inspected?
                          Explain the difference between "dose rate"
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                            A.
                          and "total dose rate."
CBRN (NBC)             Q. Explain what a "vector" is.                A.
                          Give a brief description of what a Soldier
                          should be wearing in each level of MOPP.
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                            A.


                            Give a description of the Biological
CBRN (NBC)             Q.                                                A.
                            Contamination Marker.
                Give a description of the Chemical
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                Contamination Marker.
                Give a description of the Radiological
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                Contamination Marker.
                How and when should Amyl Nitrate be
CBRN (NBC)   Q. used?                                           A.

                  How are chemical agents classified by the
                  United States?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.


CBRN (NBC)   Q. How is the protective mask "cleared?"           A.
                How long should a Soldier wait to give
                himself the second and third Mark One
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                kits, if still experiencing symptoms of
                exposure to a nerve agent?
                How long should firm pressure be applied
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                when using an auto-injector?
CBRN (NBC)   Q. How many levels of MOPP exist?                  A.
                How many Mark One kits does a Soldier
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                receive?
                How much time is allotted to don the M40
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                protective mask?
                How much time is allotted to mask with the
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                M17A1 protective mask?
                How much water may a Soldier lose, due to
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                perspiration, while in MOPP 4?
                How quickly should a Soldier administer the
                second Mark One during buddy aid, if the
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                Soldier is still displaying signs of exposure
                to a nerve agent?
                How quickly should a Soldier
CBRN (NBC)   Q. decontaminate his skin after initial            A.
                contamination?
                If a Soldier begins to experience an
                unexplained runny nose, tightness in the
CBRN (NBC)   Q. chest, shortness of breath and dim vision,      A.
                what type of agent has he or she
                encountered?
                In what order should the straps on the
CBRN (NBC)   Q. protective mask be tightened?                   A.

                Is Tear or CS gas considered a toxic
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                agent?
                Name a peculiar side effect of being
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                exposed to a Blood Agent/Gas.
                Name some gasses that M17 and M17A1
CBRN (NBC)   Q. protective masks do not protect the Soldier     A.
                against.
                Name some methods that may be used to
CBRN (NBC)   Q. deliver biological and chemical agents.         A.
                  Name some types of biological
                  microorganisms.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.


                Name the forms that NBC contaminants
CBRN (NBC)   Q. can come in.                                  A.

                  Name the four basic uses for smoke in a
                  tactical environment.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.


                  Name the four categories of nuclear
                  effects.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.


                  Name the four most common types of
                  chemical agents.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.


                Name the three effects of a nuclear
CBRN (NBC)   Q. explosion.                                    A.

                Name the three fundamentals of NBC
CBRN (NBC)   Q. Defense.                                      A.

                  Name the three levels of decontamination.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.

                  Name the three types of Nuclear Burst.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.

                Name the three ways or types of
CBRN (NBC)   Q. procedures to exchange MOPP gear.             A.

CBRN (NBC)   Q. Name the two types of nerve agents.           A.
                Name three types of NBC warnings.
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.

                Of the three effects of a nuclear explosion,
CBRN (NBC)   Q. which one causes the most damage and         A.
                why?
                Out of Blister, Blood, and Nerve Agents,
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                              A.
                which one causes the most casualties?
                Should you use a poncho as a protective
CBRN (NBC)   Q. cover when under a chemical or biological A.
                attack from the air?
                Under what circumstances should a Soldier
                mask without being told?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                              A.


                  What agents are detected by M8 paper?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                               A.
                  What are "Flash Burns?"
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                  What are some indications that a biological
                  attack may have occurred?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.



                  What are some methods that may be used
                  to deploy chemical agents?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.


                What are some places that can be used as
                expedient cover in the event of a nuclear
CBRN (NBC)   Q. strike?                                   A.


                What are the standard decontaminants
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                used by the US Army?
                What are the three methods of
CBRN (NBC)   Q. decontamination?                                A.

                What are the three types of Immediate
CBRN (NBC)   Q. Decontamination?                                A.

                What are the two broad categories of
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.
                biological agents?
                What are the two classifications of NBC
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.
                hazards?
                What Biological Agent Detection system or
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.
                device does the US Army have?
                What deficiencies would cause individual
                protective equipment to be unserviceable?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.


                What difficulties and problems might a
                Soldier experience when in full MOPP
CBRN (NBC)   Q. gear?                                           A.


CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does "CARC" stand for?                     A.
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does "CPOG" stand for?                     A.
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does "JLIST" stand for?                    A.
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does "NBC" stand for?                      A.
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does "SDK" stand for?                      A.
                What does an M22 ACADA alarm warn you
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                of?
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What does C.B.R.N. stand for?                   A.
                What does the acronym "MOPP" stand for?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                 A.
                What factors affect how effectively
CBRN (NBC)   Q. biological agents are employed?                  A.

                  What information is contained in an NBC-1
                  Report for a chemical or biological attack?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.


                  What information is contained in an NBC-1
                  Report for a nuclear attack?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.


                  What is a "zoonose?"
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
CBRN (NBC)   Q. What is a Toxin?                          A.
                What is an "IM 93/UD" and how is it used?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.

                  What is an "Incapacitating Agent?"
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.

CBRN (NBC)   Q. What is an AN VDR-2 used for?                    A.
                What is an NBC-1 Report and what is it
CBRN (NBC)   Q. used to determine?                               A.

                  What is M8 and M9 paper designed to do?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  What is responsible for the majority of
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  casualties in a nuclear attack?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.   What is the AN URR-13 used for?                A.
                  What is the best possible protection against
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  biological hazards and agents?
                  What is the best way to cross an area that
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  is suspected of contamination?
                  What is the best way to decontaminate
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  when exposed to a biological agent?
                  What is the counter agent for G&V agents
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                  or nerve gas called?
                  What is the M295 IEDK?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                What is the maximum number of MK1,
CBRN (NBC)   Q. nerve agent kits, that may be given to a         A.
                Soldier?
                What is the official nomenclature for the
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                Skin Decontamination Kit or "SDK?"
                What is the primary difference between the
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                  A.
                M17 and M17A1 protective masks?
                What is the time standard to don the entire
CBRN (NBC)   Q. MOPP suit, from MOPP 0 to MOPP 4?                A.

                What is the US policy in regard to the use
CBRN (NBC)   Q. of Biological and Nuclear Weapons?               A.
                What might cause the M9 paper to give a
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.
                false positive reading?
                What occurs if STB (Super Tropical
CBRN (NBC)   Q. Bleach) and DS2 (Decontamination          A.
                Solution #2) are mixed?
                What shape and size are all contamination
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                           A.
                markers?
                What should a Soldier do if he is in the
                open when a nuclear explosion occurs?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.



                  What should a Soldier do upon hearing the
                  alarm for an NBC attack?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.


                What should be avoided when using
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                decontamination wipes and powders?
                What should be done with the autoinjector
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                after use?
                What two things should be avoided when
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                crossing a contaminated area?
                What types of vectors may be used to
                disseminate biological agents?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.


                When an atomic explosion occurs, what
CBRN (NBC)   Q. types of rays are emitted?                        A.

                  When is it vital to change the filters in the
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                  protective mask?
                  When is MOPP 1 used?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                  When is MOPP 2 used?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                  When is MOPP 3 used?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                  When is MOPP 4 used?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                When M8 paper detects a liquid chemical
CBRN (NBC)   Q. agent, what signature colors does it give?        A.

                When should a Soldier give warning of a
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                NBC attack; before or after masking?
                Where would M9 paper be attached to the
CBRN (NBC)   Q. MOPP gear?                                        A.

                  Which agent causes the M8 alarm to react?
CBRN (NBC)   Q.                                                   A.
                        Which agent smells like newly mown hay?
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                      Which decon agent does the M11 portable
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                          A.
                      decontamination device utilize?
                      Which direction should the face of the
CBRN (NBC)         Q. protective mask point when packed in the A.
                      carrying case?
                      Which FM covers "Chemical and Biological
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                          A.
                      Contamination Avoidance?"
                      Which FM covers "NBC Decontamination?"
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                          A.
CBRN (NBC)         Q. Which FM covers "NBC Operations?"               A.
CBRN (NBC)         Q. Which FM covers "NBC Protection?"               A.
                      Which FM covers "Nuclear Contamination
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                      Avoidance?"
CBRN (NBC)         Q. Which FM is the NBC Handbook?"                  A.
                      Which is more deadly, a nerve agent or a
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                      toxin?
                      Which nuclear burst is used if the
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                      maximum radiation effect is desired?
                      Which places are effective targets for a
                      biological attack?
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.


                        Which report is the most widely used NBC
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                        report?
                        Who is the only person authorized to order
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                        the use of nuclear weapons?
                        Who should make the decision to unmask
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                        after an NBC attack?
                        Whose autoinjector should be used when
CBRN (NBC)         Q.                                                 A.
                        giving buddy aid?
                        Why is the evening and early morning
CBRN (NBC)         Q.   considered to be the most effective time to   A.
                        utilize chemical agents?
                        Are Chaplains authorized to take command
Chain of Command   Q.   if no other Officers are present?             A.

                        Define the term "Command."
Chain of Command   Q.                                                 A.
                        Describe the NCO Support Channel.
Chain of Command   Q.                                                 A.
Chain of Command   Q. Explain the concept of "Military Rank."         A.
                      Explain the difference between grade and
Chain of Command   Q.                                                 A.
                      rank.
                      Explain the difference between
Chain of Command   Q.                                                 A.
                      Management and Leadership.
Chain of Command   Q. How is command exercised?                       A.
                      How is precedence or seniority of rank
Chain of Command   Q. determined among Soldiers of equal rank?        A.
                      How is the NCO Support Channel
Chain of Command   Q.                                              A.
                      structured?
                      How is the NCO Support Channel
Chain of Command   Q.                                              A.
                      supported by the Chain of Command?
                      If a Sergeant is to accomplish his business,
Chain of Command   Q. what is it necessary for him or her to have? A.

                        In the US Army, "Rank" is usually held by
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                        virtue of what?
                        Is the CSM considered part of the Chain of
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                        Command?
                        It is customary to address all military
Chain of Command   Q.   personnel by their rank, with the exception    A.
                        of who?
Chain of Command   Q.   Name the key elements of command.              A.
                        On what date was the NCO Support
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                        Channel formally recognized?
                        On what date was the position of Sergeant
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                        Major of the Army established?
                        There are three formal channels of
Chain of Command   Q.   communication in the US Army, what are         A.
                        they?
                        What amount of authority is allotted to each
Chain of Command   Q.   echelon or level in the Chain of Command?      A.

                      What channel of communication reinforces
Chain of Command   Q. and runs parallel to the Chain of        A.
                      Command?
                      What classes and grades are ranks in the
                      US Army broken into?


Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.




                        What is "Duty?"
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
Chain of Command   Q. What is "Responsibility?"                        A.
                      What is a Command Sergeant Major and
Chain of Command   Q. what is his or her role?                         A.

Chain of Command   Q. What is a Sergeant?                              A.
Chain of Command   Q. What is the business of Sergeants?               A.
                      What is the Chain of Command?
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                      What is the precedence of rank between
Chain of Command   Q. members in the Army and other services?          A.

                        What rank provides the US Army it's basic
Chain of Command   Q.                                                  A.
                        strength?
                      What role does the Sergeant Major of the
Chain of Command   Q. Army serve?                                     A.

                      Where does the Chain of Command begin
Chain of Command   Q.                                        A.
                      and end?
                      Which AR covers the Chain of Command,
Chain of Command   Q. Equal Opportunity Program and Military A.
                      Discipline?
                      Who is both a member of the Chain of
Chain of Command   Q. Command and the NCO Support Channel? A.

                      Who is the liaison between the Chain of
Chain of Command   Q. Command and the NCO Support Channel? A.

                        Who is the only civilian authorized to take
Chain of Command   Q.                                                 A.
                        command in the military?
                        Can you accept special favors or gifts from
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.
                        the enemy as a POW?
                        Does the Code of Conduct apply to
Code of Conduct    Q.   Soldiers who have been captured by            A.
                        terrorists in peacetime?
                        How many articles are found in the Code of
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.
                        Conduct?
                        Is a Soldier required to attempt to escape
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.
                        as a POW?
                        Is a Soldier required to take orders from
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.
                        other POWs?
                        Name four things a Soldier must not do as
                        a POW.
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.


                        Recite Article Five of the Code of Conduct.

Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.


                        Recite Article Four of the Code of Conduct.

Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.


                        Recite Article One of the Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.

                        Recite Article Six of the Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.


                        Recite Article Three of the Code of
                        Conduct.
Code of Conduct    Q.                                                 A.
                            Recite Article Two of the Code of Conduct.
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.

                            Recite the first sentence of Article One of
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            the Code of Conduct.
                            Should a Soldier sign any papers for the
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            enemy as a POW?
                            Under the Code of Conduct, may an
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            individual voluntarily surrender?
                            What Army Regulation covers the Code of
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            Conduct?
                            What core Army Value does the Code of
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            Conduct cover?
                            What document supports the Code of
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            Conduct?
Code of Conduct        Q.   What does "SERE" stand for?                   A.
                            What Executive Order established the
Code of Conduct        Q.   Code of Conduct? Who wrote it and when?       A.

                          What information is a Soldier required to
                          give their captors, according to Article Five
Code of Conduct        Q.                                               A.
                          of the Code of Conduct?

Code of Conduct        Q. What is a Soldier's priority if captured? A.
                          What President amended the Code of
Code of Conduct        Q. Conduct in 1988 and how was it amended? A.

                          What three personal values will sustain a
Code of Conduct        Q. Soldier that has been captured?                 A.

                            When and by whom was the Code of
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            Conduct amended?
                            When is the best time to escape after being
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            captured?
                            When searching prisoners, what should
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            specifically be looked for?
                            When, who, and by what authority was
Code of Conduct        Q.   Article Five of the Code of Conduct           A.
                            amended?
                            When, who, and by what authority were
Code of Conduct        Q.   Articles One, Two and Six of the Code of      A.
                            Conduct amended?
                            Which Article, under the Code of Conduct,
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            covers escape and evasion?
                            Why was the Code of Conduct originally
Code of Conduct        Q.                                                 A.
                            created?
                            Are even numbered Gun Salutes ever
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                            rendered to people?
                            Are salutes rendered in a public
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                            conveyance?
                            At what distance should a Soldier render
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                            the salute to an Officer outdoors?
                          Explain the difference between a
Customs & Courtesies   Q. Reveille/Retreat and a Command              A.
                          Reveille/Retreat.
                          Explain the proper way to answer a military
                          telephone.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                             A.


                            How have the responsibilities of the US
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            Army changed since World War II?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   How long is the bugle call for "Reveille?"        A.
                            How long is the call "To the Color"
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            sounded?
                            How long is the National Flag flown at half-
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            staff when a Vice President dies?
                            How many US Flags are authorized to be
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   flown at any one time on a CONUS Army             A.
                            Installation?
                            How many verses does the Army Song
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            have?
                            How shall the flag be placed at half-mast?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            How should a Soldier report to an NCO
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            indoors?
                            How should all Officers and Civilians be
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            addressed?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   How should an Army E-4 be addressed?              A.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   How should an Army E-9 be addressed?              A.
                            How should Army E-1s through E-3s be
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            addressed?
                            How should Army E-5s through E-8s be
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            addressed?
                            How should members of the Army be
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   addressed when you do not know the                A.
                            Soldier's name or rank?
                            If a flag detail passes a Soldier with a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                     A.
                            folded US Flag, what should occur?
                            If a group of Soldiers was riding in a military
                            vehicle, what should occur if the National
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   Anthem were to Sound?                             A.


                          If addressing a female Officer, what term
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                             A.
                          should be used (other than rank)?
                          If walking with a Soldier that is senior in
Customs & Courtesies   Q. rank to you, on what side should you walk? A.

                          Is it customary for the commander of a tank
Customs & Courtesies   Q. or armored vehicle to dismount, in order to A.
                          render honors to the US Flag?
                          Is it proper to salute with a cigarette in your
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                          mouth?
                          Is it required of an Officer to return an
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                          Enlisted Soldier's salute?
                          Is it required to stand at the position of
Customs & Courtesies   Q. attention when the Army Song is played?         A.

                          Is the uniform headgear ever raised as a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                              A.
                          greeting?
                          Is there ever a situation when an Officer is
Customs & Courtesies   Q. required to render the salute to an Enlisted A.
                          Soldier first?
                          Name some military honors given to
                          people.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                              A.


                            Name some situations when an Enlisted
                            Soldier is required to salute an NCO.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.


                          Name the circumstances of which a Soldier
                          under arms would remove his or her
Customs & Courtesies   Q. headgear.                                 A.


                            State the primary values of ceremonies.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.

                            Three volleys are fired over the grave at a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                            military funeral, why?
                            Traditionally, do Warrant Officers in the
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   same branch of service, render the salute     A.
                            to each other?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   What are "Customs?"                           A.
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   What are "Ruffles and Flourishes?"            A.
                            What are considered to be acceptable
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   means of sounding bugle calls for official    A.
                            function?
                            What are some examples of Military
                            Ceremonies?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.



                          What are some examples of when a
Customs & Courtesies   Q. Soldier is not required to salute an Officer? A.

                          What Army Regulation is the primary
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                          reference for Customs and Courtesies?
                          What bugle call is sounded to signal the
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                          beginning of a formal review?
                          What could be substituted for "To the
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                 A.
                          Color" during the Retreat ceremony?
                          What did Baron Von Steuben primarily drill
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                            A.
                          the American Soldiers in?
                          What ideals do US Soldiers defend and
                          stand for?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                            A.


                            What is "Military Courtesy?"
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                          What is "The Army Song's" original name,
Customs & Courtesies   Q. when was it composed and by whom?                 A.

                          What is considered the most important
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                              A.
                          military courtesy?
                          What is referred to as the "honor point" of
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                              A.
                          the flag?
                          What is the "CAC" and what is it's function?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                              A.
                            What is the historical purpose of "Retreat?"
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.

                          What is the longest bugle call, what does it
Customs & Courtesies   Q. mean and when is it sounded?                 A.

                          What is the maximum number of honorary
Customs & Courtesies   Q. pallbearers that should be selected for a         A.
                          military funeral?
                          What is the normal interval between shots
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                          in a Cannon Salute?
                          What is the only other flag that may be
Customs & Courtesies   Q. flown on an Army Installation flagpole,           A.
                          besides the US Flag?
                          What is the primary purpose and mission of
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                          the US Army?
                          What is the purpose of a salute?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                          What is the title of the National Anthem,
Customs & Courtesies   Q. who wrote it, and when?                           A.

                            What is the traditional bugle call sounded at
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                            military funerals?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   What is the US Army's Motto?                    A.
                            What military service takes precedence at
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   all ceremonies, parades and other               A.
                            functions and why?
                            What occurs at 1200 hours on
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                            Independence Day?
                            What position should a Soldier be in while
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                   A.
                            "Retreat" is sounding?
                            What should a Soldier do when a Chaplain
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   says "Let us pray" at a ceremony?               A.
                          What should a Soldier remember when he
                          or she is sent to a place that they do not
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                            A.
                          want to go and for reasons that they may
                          not understand or agree with?
                          What should a uniformed Soldier do if the
Customs & Courtesies   Q. National Anthem were to play while         A.
                          indoors?
                          What should occur if an Officer approaches
Customs & Courtesies   Q. a group of Soldiers on a work detail?      A.

                          What should occur if the US or a Foreign
                          National Anthem is played and you are in
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                          uniform?

                            What Soldiers are not permitted to Salute
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            and why?
                            What two bugle calls are usually sounded
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            at Retreat?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   What usually accompanies the salute?         A.
                            When a "Salute to the Union" is conducted,
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            how many guns are fired?
                            When a flag is flown at half-mast, what
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            does this indicate or symbolize?
                            When an Officer enters a dining facility,
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            what should occur?
                            When did the United States emerge as the
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.
                            leader of the free world?
                            When did the US Army receive its first
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   "real" training, and hence, become a         A.
                            disciplined fighting force?
                            When does the Army Flag dip in salute?

Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.


                          When in civilian clothes at a military
                          funeral, how should a Soldier react in
Customs & Courtesies   Q. situations that would normally require a       A.
                          hand salute?

                            When is a Soldier considered "under
                            arms?"
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                A.


                          When is it appropriate for the driver of a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                            A.
                          vehicle to render the salute?
                          When should a Soldier in formation render
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                            A.
                          the salute?
                            When should a Soldier salute while
                            indoors?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.


                          When was the "Star Spangled Banner"
Customs & Courtesies   Q. officially adopted as the National Anthem?       A.

                            When was the Army Song officially
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            dedicated?
                            When was the US first recognized as a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            World Power?
                            When would you not remove your
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   headgear when reporting to an Officer          A.
                            indoors?
                            Where, in relation to the American Soldiers,
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   do foreign Soldiers march when                 A.
                            participating in a US military parade?
                            Which Army Field Manual is a good source
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   for information on Customs and                 A.
                            Courtesies?
                            Which is came first, the Nation or the
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            Army?
                            Which NCOs should not be addressed as
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   "Sergeant?"                                    A.

                          Who announces the death of a President,
Customs & Courtesies   Q. Ex-President or President Elect?                 A.

                            Who determines the time that "Reveille"
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            and "Retreat" are sounded?
Customs & Courtesies   Q.   Who is the author of taps?                     A.
                            Who renders the salute in a group of
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            Soldiers in formation?
                            Who renders the salute in a group of
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            Soldiers not in formation?
                            Who should enter a vehicle first when in a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            group of military personnel?
                            Who should exit a vehicle first when in a
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            group of military personnel?
                            Who's presence is required when rendering
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            a cannon salute?
                            Why do Soldier's display courtesy to their
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            seniors?
                            Why do Soldiers render a salute to the US
Customs & Courtesies   Q.                                                  A.
                            flag?
                            After Soldiers have drawn weapons and
Drill & Ceremony       Q.   formed up, what command should then be         A.
                            given?
                            At what position shall facing movements be
Drill & Ceremony       Q.                                                  A.
                            executed while under arms?
                        At what position should a Soldier Fall In
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        when under arms?
                        Define "Cadence."
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Define "Double Time."                             A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Define "Drill Command."                           A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Define "Inflection."                              A.
                      Define "Normal Interval."
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Define "Quick Time."                              A.
                      Define "Supplementary Command."
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.

                        Describe the difference between "Route
                        Step, March!" and "At Ease, March!"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.


                      Does every Soldier turn their head on "Eyes
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                             A.
                      Right?"
                      Does the Color Guard execute a Rear
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                             A.
                      March?
                      Explain what a "Formation" is.
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                             A.
                        From what position are stationary
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        movements executed?
                        From what position is the command
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        "Parade Rest" given?
                        Give the commands to align a squad at
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        close interval.
                        How many paces in front of the Honor
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        Company do the Colors halt?
                        How many Soldiers are required for a
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        ceremonial firing party?
                        How many steps in front of a Platoon
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        should the Platoon Leader post himself?
                        How many steps separate Platoons when a
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        Company forms?
                        How many volleys of rifle fire does a funeral
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                        detail render?
                        How shall a marching step be measured?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                      How should the salute be rendered when
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                      marching troops at a double time?
                      If a radio operator is present in a formation,
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                   A.
                      where should he or she fall in?
                      If an Officer approaches a formation that is
Drill & Ceremony   Q. "At Ease," what should the leader of the          A.
                      formation do?
                      If the Colors are passing an audience in
Drill & Ceremony   Q. uniform, when is the proper time to salute?       A.
                        In D&C terms, what is "Depth?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. In D&C terms, what is "Distance?"            A.
                      In D&C terms, what is a "Base?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                        In D&C terms, what is a "Front?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. In D&C terms, what is a "Head?"              A.
                      In D&C terms, what is a "Post?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. In D&C terms, what is a "Rank?"              A.
                      In D&C terms, what is meant by the term
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      "drill?"
                      In what position shall the bearer hold the
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Guidon once the preparatory command is       A.
                      given?
                      Is it possible to change a command with
Drill & Ceremony   Q. "As You Were," after the command of          A.
                      execution has been given?
                      Is it proper for the US Flag to "dip" when
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      passing in review?
                      Name some examples of "Combined" drill
Drill & Ceremony   Q. commands.                                    A.

                      Name the command, in the manual of
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                            A.
                      arms, that is not executed in cadence.
                      Name the five "Rests" that can be executed
                      from the "Halt."
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                            A.


                      Name the positions that a rifle salute may
Drill & Ceremony   Q. be executed from.                            A.

                      Name the two standard parts of a drill
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                           A.
                      command.
                      Name the two types of Platoon Formations.
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                           A.
                      On what foot and in which direction does
Drill & Ceremony   Q. the Soldier turn, when given the command     A.
                      "Rear, March!"?
                      What are the command types in Drill and
                      Ceremony?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.


                      What are the components of an enlisted
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                            A.
                      burial escort?
                      What are the first commands to be given in
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                            A.
                      the morning accountability formation?
                        What are the four types of Company,
                        Battery or Troop formations?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.


                        What are the marching steps used in drill?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.

                      What are the only commands that can be
                      given to dismiss troops when they are
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      armed?

                      What are the proper lengths of a marching
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                           A.
                      step and half-step?
                      What are the three prescribed methods for
Drill & Ceremony   Q. teaching drill?                           A.

                      What are the two marching rest
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                          A.
                      movements?
                      What command should be given to Soldiers
Drill & Ceremony   Q. marching in formation across a bridge?   A.

                      What commands may be given to bring a
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      unit to attention?
Drill & Ceremony   Q. What date was the Army founded?                A.
                      What Field Manual covers Drill and
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      Ceremony?
                      What four marching movements involve a
                      15-inch step?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.


                      What interval should be maintained
Drill & Ceremony   Q. between the preparatory command and the        A.
                      command of execution?
Drill & Ceremony   Q. What is "Interval?"                            A.
Drill & Ceremony   Q. What is a "File?"                              A.
                      What is a "Review?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                        What is accomplished when a unit
                        practices dismounted drill?

Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.



                        What is the command "As You Were,"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                        given for?
                        What is the function of a "Guide?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      What is the official name of the Army
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      Song?
                      What is the only command that should be
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                A.
                      given from "Inspection Arms?"
                        What is the position of "Rest?"
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.

                      What is the proper length of a right or left
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      step?
                      What is the proper length of an arm swing
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      while marching?
                      What is the purpose of a "Muster
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      Formation?"
                      What is the purpose of a ceremony?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.

                      What position should rifles be at before the
Drill & Ceremony   Q. leader of a formation can give the           A.
                      command for "Double Time?"
                      What should occur when all units are
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      required to get "on line?"
                      What should occur when the command
                      "Open Ranks, March!" is given?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.


                      What should occur when the command of
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      "Cover" is given?
                      What two commands will allow Soldiers to
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      talk while in formation?
                      What was the original purpose of Drill?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      When can the commands "Right Turn" or
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                      "Left Turn, March!" be used?
                      When does the leader of a marching
Drill & Ceremony   Q. formation give the command "Close               A.
                      Interval?"
                      When given the command "Eyes, Right,"
Drill & Ceremony   Q. how many degrees should the head turn?          A.

                      When is it proper for enlisted personnel to
Drill & Ceremony   Q. salute other enlisted personnel?            A.

                        When marching a formation, the
                        preparatory command and the command of
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                        execution, for changing the direction of
                        march, should be given on what foot?
                        When marching a formation, what
Drill & Ceremony   Q.   command should a leader give for the          A.
                        formation to avoid an obstacle?
                        When marching a formation, what foot
Drill & Ceremony   Q.   should the leader of the formation give the   A.
                        command "Mark Time, March!"?
                        When marching an element at, "Route
                        Step," what command should a leader give
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                                 A.
                        to bring the formation back to attention?
                      When marching in formation, who is the
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      only person never out of step?
                      When marching or making movements,
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      which foot is your lead foot?
                      When marching, when should the
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      command "Squad, Halt!" be given?
                      When should a Soldier execute "Order
Drill & Ceremony   Q. Arms" when an inspection is taking place?    A.

                      When Soldiers in formation are at a halt,
Drill & Ceremony   Q. what is the only movement that starts with   A.
                      the right foot?
                      When the command "Change Step,
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      March!" is given, what should occur?
                      Which Squad Leader will serve as the
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      guide in a column formation?
                      Who determines when Reveille will be
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                      played?
                      Who was Baron Von Steuben?
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.


                        Whose responsibility is the training and
Drill & Ceremony   Q.                                              A.
                        appearance of the Color Guard?
                        After a field dressing has been applied,
First Aid          Q.   what should be applied if bleeding         A.
                        continues?
                        Before leaving an unconscious casualty,
First Aid          Q.                                              A.
                        what should you do?
                        Can AIDS be spread through casual
First Aid          Q.                                              A.
                        contact?
First Aid          Q.   Can burn victims drink fluids?             A.
First Aid          Q.   Define the term "hemorrhage."              A.
First Aid          Q.   Describe the universal sign of choking.    A.
                        Explain how manual pressure is applied.
First Aid          Q.                                              A.

                      Explain how you would extinguish the
First Aid          Q.                                             A.
                      clothes of a burn victim.
                      Explain the importance of medical and first
First Aid          Q. aid training for Soldiers.                  A.

                      Give some of the signs and symptoms of a
First Aid          Q. fracture.                                A.

                      Give the ratio of breaths to pumps for both
First Aid          Q. the one-man and two-man rescue              A.
                      methods.
                 How are convulsions treated?

First Aid   Q.                                               A.


               How are First Degree burns normally
First Aid   Q. acquired?                                     A.

                 How are Heat Cramps treated?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


               How are Second Degree burns normally
First Aid   Q.                                               A.
               acquired?
               How are the ends of an unimproved
First Aid   Q.                                               A.
               pressure dressing tied?
               How can athlete's foot be prevented?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.

                 How can one tell if a casualty has a sucking
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
                 chest wound?
                 How can you check for 1st degree burns?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


                 How can you check for 2nd degree burns?


First Aid   Q.                                               A.



                 How can you check for 3rd degree burns?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


               How can you recognize if someone has
First Aid   Q.                                               A.
               ingested a poison?
               How high should you elevate the injured
First Aid   Q. limb of a casualty in order to control        A.
               bleeding?
               How is "snow blindness" treated?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.
                 How is a casualty treated for shock?


First Aid   Q.                                               A.



                 How is a pressure dressing applied?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.
                 How is a sucking chest wound treated?

First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


                 How is a tourniquet tied?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


                 How is Heat Exhaustion treated?


First Aid   Q.                                                  A.



                 How is Heat Stroke treated?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


                 How is it indicated that a casualty has
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 received a tourniquet?
                 How is the carotid pulse taken?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 How is the inhalation of poison treated?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


                 How is the seriousness of a burn
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 determined?
                 How many pressure points can be found on
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 one side of the body?
                 How many pressure points on the human
                 body can be used to control bleeding by
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 placing pressure with the fingers, thumbs or
                 hands?
First Aid   Q.   How may we best prevent disease?               A.
                 How much pressure should be applied to
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 the breastbone when giving CPR?
                 How often should the pulse be checked
First Aid   Q.   when giving mouth-to-mouth resuscitation?      A.

                 How should a casualty be removed from
                 the source of a chemical burn?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


                 How should a casualty with an abdominal
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 wound be placed?
                 How should a field dressing be applied?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 How should a serious burn be cared for?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.


               How should a Soldier giving first aid, first
First Aid   Q.                                              A.
               attempt to control bleeding?
               How should a Soldier treat dislocations and
First Aid   Q.                                              A.
               sprains?
               How should frostbite be treated?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.


               How should the airtight dressing be applied
First Aid   Q. to a casualty with a sucking chest wound? A.

               How should the bandages be tied, when
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               applying a splint?
               How should you treat a casualty that is
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               unconscious?
               How tight should a tourniquet be applied?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               How would you remove a casualty from an
First Aid   Q.                                              A.
               electrical burn source?
               If a casualty resumes breathing on his own
First Aid   Q. while giving artificial, what should you do? A.

               If a casualty shows signs of exposure to
First Aid   Q. chemical or biological agents, what should      A.
               you do?
               If a splint is not available, how may a
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               casualty's leg be immobilized?
               If you discover a casualty that has
First Aid   Q. overdosed on drugs, what should you do?         A.

               If you were giving mouth-to-mouth
               resuscitation and a bulge forms in the
First Aid   Q.                                            A.
               stomach every time a breath is given, what
               does this indicate?
               Name some foot injuries that can be
First Aid   Q. caused by the cold and wet weather.        A.

                 Name the four types of burns.
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.


                 Name the situations when a casualty
                 should not be placed in the shock position.
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.


                 Name the two basic types of fractures.
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               Should the fractured leg of a casualty be
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               elevated?
               Typically, should a casualty be allowed to
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               drink water?
               Under what circumstances should a
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               tourniquet be used?
               What alternate method should be used
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
               when the abdominal thrust cannot be?
               What are "Combat Lifesavers?"
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
                 What are some of the causes of 3rd degree
                 burns?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.


                 What are some of the methods to carry a
                 casualty?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.



                 What are some of the precautions that
                 should be taken when giving first aid for a
                 burn wound?
First Aid   Q.                                                 A.



                 What are some of the signs and symptoms
                 of a head injury?



First Aid   Q.                                                 A.




                 What are some of the signs and symptoms
                 of mild nerve agent poisoning?


First Aid   Q.                                                 A.
                 What are some of the signs and symptoms
                 of severe nerve agent poisoning?


First Aid   Q.                                               A.




                 What are some of the signs of Carbon
                 Monoxide poisoning?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.



                 What are some of the two-man methods to
                 carry a casualty?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


                 What are some things that should be
                 remembered when applying a splint to a
                 casualty?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.



                 What are the "ABC's" or "Four Life Saving
                 Steps" of First Aid?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


                 What are the four common points to check
                 the pulse of a casualty?
First Aid   Q.                                               A.


                 What are the signs and symptoms of Heat
                 Exhaustion?

First Aid   Q.                                               A.



                 What are the signs and symptoms of
                 shock?



First Aid   Q.                                               A.




First Aid   Q. What are the signs of Heat Cramps?            A.
                 What are the steps to evaluate a casualty?



First Aid   Q.                                                A.




                 What are the symptoms of Heat Stroke?


First Aid   Q.                                                A.



                 What are the three burn classifications?
First Aid   Q.                                                A.

               What are the three general categories of
First Aid   Q. heat injury?                                   A.

               What are the three types of bleeding?
First Aid   Q. Describe each.                                 A.

               What are the two items found in the First
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               Aid Pouch?
               What are the two most common ways that
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               AIDS is spread?
               What are the two primary objectives in
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               giving first aid to burn casualties?
               What are the two types or methods of
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               rescue breathing?
               What are the types of cold weather
               injuries?
First Aid   Q.                                                A.



               What extra precaution should be taken to
               ensure that the splint itself does not cause
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               extra damage to the tissue, nerves or
               bone?
               What feature is unique about Type "O"
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               Blood?
               What Field Manual covers First Aid for
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
               Soldiers?
               What is "AIDS?"
First Aid   Q.                                                A.
                 What is "Chilblain?"
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


                 What is "First Aid?"
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
First Aid   Q. What is "Self Aid?"                               A.
               What is "snow blindness" and how can it be
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
               prevented?
First Aid   Q. What is a "closed fracture."                      A.
               What is a "tourniquet?"
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 What is CPR?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 What is the "Xyphoid Process?"
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 What is the best one-person carry for
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 carrying a casualty for a long distance?
                 What is the definition of a heat injury?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 What is the first aid treatment for toxic
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 chemical blood agents?
                 What is the first indication of frostbite?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 What is the first step in aiding a burn
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 victim?
                 What is the first step in treating an open
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 fracture?
                 What is the major cause of tooth decay and
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 gum disease?
                 What is the most common obstruction of
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 the airway?
                 What is the most frequent poison to be
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 inhaled?
                 What is the objective of First Aid?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


                 What is the process to stop bleeding?

First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


                 What is the process to treat the ingestion of
                 poison?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


               What is the purpose of the "Phase One Kit"
First Aid   Q.                                             A.
               or "Emergency Treatment Unit?"
               What is the quickest way to splint a broken
First Aid   Q.                                             A.
               or fractured leg?
               What is the rule of thumb when splinting a
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
               fracture?
               What items can be used as an expedient,
First Aid   Q. airtight seal for a sucking chest wound?          A.

                 What items of military equipment could be
                 utilized to make a splint?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.



                 What key word is used in cold weather
                 protection, and what does it mean?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


               What may occur to the casualty if shock is
First Aid   Q.                                            A.
               not treated or prevented?
               What method is used to restore heartbeat?
First Aid   Q.                                            A.
                 What rate should heart compressions be
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 given?
                 What should be immobilized when splinting
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 a fracture?
                 What should you do before attempting to
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 carry a casualty?
                 What three categories are used to
First Aid   Q.   determine precedence in a medical               A.
                 evacuation?
                 What two methods are generally used to
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 open an airway?
                 What type of artificial respiration should be
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 given in a chemical environment?
                 What would classify a critical or severe
                 burn as such?

First Aid   Q.                                                   A.



                 What would classify a minor burn as such?

First Aid   Q.                                                   A.


                 What would classify a moderate burn as
                 such?
First Aid   Q.                                                   A.
                 When can a Soldier stop giving
                 resuscitation to a casualty who requires it?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


               When giving first aid to a burn victim,
First Aid   Q. should any medications, creams or oils be        A.
               applied to the burn wound?
               When giving first aid, whose first aid
First Aid   Q. dressing should be used on the casualty?         A.

                 When in a chemical environment, how
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 should dressings be applied?
                 When is the "jaw-thrust" method used?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 When is the abdominal thrust not to be
                 used?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


First Aid   Q. When should a tourniquet be loosened?      A.
               When should the boots be removed when
First Aid   Q.                                            A.
               splinting a fracture?
               When should the casualty's clothing not be
First Aid   Q. removed to expose the wound or burn?       A.

               When treating a casualty with an abdominal
First Aid   Q. injury, what should be done with exposed   A.
               abdominal organs?
               When, during the process of treating a
First Aid   Q. casualty, should a Soldier seek medical    A.
               aid?
               Where should a tourniquet be applied?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.


               Which category of heat injury is considered
First Aid   Q.                                             A.
               the most severe?
               Which Soldiers are most susceptible to
               heat injury?
First Aid   Q.                                             A.


                 Why are chest wounds so dangerous?
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 Why is it important to immobilize a
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 fracture?
                 Why should a casualty with a severe head
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 injury not be given morphine?
                 Why should a wound be dressed and
First Aid   Q.                                                  A.
                 bandaged as soon as possible?
                 At a halt, how far behind the Color Guard is
Flags       Q.                                                  A.
                 the Color Company?
                 Does the US Flag ever "dip" in salute or
Flags       Q.                                                  A.
                 compliment?
           Explain the difference between the National
Flags   Q.                                             A.
           Colors and the National Flag.
           Explain the proper technique for disposing
Flags   Q. of a US Flag, when it is worn out.          A.

             Explain what a "Guidon" is.
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
Flags   Q. Explain what a "pennant" is.                    A.
           Explain what the colors of the US Flag
Flags   Q. represent.                                      A.

           For how many steps should a Soldier hold
Flags   Q. the salute while the National Flag passes?      A.

           How are the 50 stars on the US Flag
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
           arranged?
           How are the stripes arranged on the US
Flags   Q. Flag?                                           A.

           How is the size of the flag flown at the main
Flags   Q.                                               A.
           post flag pole determined?
           How long is the US Flag flown at half mast
Flags   Q. when a President or past President of the A.
           US dies?
           How many and what types of finials are
           authorized for use?
Flags   Q.                                               A.


             How many National Colors are present
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             during a ceremony?
             How many personnel should be attached to
Flags   Q.   a platoon or detachment before it is          A.
             authorized to carry a Guidon?
             How many stripes are on the US Flag and
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             what do they represent?
             How shall the flag be flown on Memorial
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             Day?
             How shall the US Flag be flown, if flown at
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             night?
             How should the casket of the deceased be
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             carried out in a military funeral?
             How should the flag be lowered from the
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
             half-mast position?
             How should the flag be put to half-mast?
Flags   Q.                                                 A.

           How should the US Flag be draped over a
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
           casket?
           Is it authorized for a female Soldier to be
Flags   Q.                                                 A.
           used in a Color Guard?
           Is it authorized to fly another flag above the
Flags   Q. US Flag?                                       A.

             List five places the US Flag is flown 24
             hours a day.
Flags   Q.                                               A.


           List three places the US Flag is always
Flags   Q. flown at the half-mast position.              A.

           There are five stars showing when the US
Flags   Q. Flag is folded. What do they represent?       A.

           Traditionally, what items are placed in the
           Truk of the main flag on a Post? What do
Flags   Q.                                               A.
           they represent?

             What are some types of military flags?

Flags   Q.                                               A.


             What are the five basic US Flags used by
             the US Army?
Flags   Q.                                               A.


           What are the only two authorized ways a
Flags   Q.                                            A.
           flag can be displayed?
           What are the only two positions a Rifleman
Flags   Q. in the Color Guard should be at?           A.

           What are the standard heights of a flag
Flags   Q.                                               A.
           pole?
           What are the three types of US Flags
Flags   Q. normally flown on an Army Installation and    A.
           what are their sizes?
Flags   Q. What Army Regulation covers Flags?            A.
Flags   Q. What date was the Army Flag approved?         A.
           What date was the Army Flag dedicated?
Flags   Q.                                               A.
           What do the three corners of the folded US
Flags   Q.                                             A.
           Flag represent?
           What else is the US Flag called or referred
Flags   Q. to as?                                      A.

           What interval does the Color Guard march
Flags   Q.                                          A.
           at?
Flags   Q. What is a "finial?"                      A.
           What is a "Union Jack" and where is it
Flags   Q.                                          A.
           flown?
Flags                Q. What is an "Ensign?"                            A.
Flags                Q. What is the "Fly" of a flag?                    A.
                        What is the "Hoist" of a flag?
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
Flags                Q. What is the "Union" of the US Flag?             A.
                        What is the length of time that Reveille is
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        played?
                        What is the location of Building Number
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        One on a permanent post?
Flags                Q. What is the meaning of "Retreat?"               A.
                        What is the name of the ball at the top of
Flags                Q. the flag pole and what does it represent?       A.

                          What is the shape of the US Flag when
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          folded?
Flags                Q.   What is the size of a "Field Flag?"           A.
                          What position should the unit guidon be in
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          after a preparatory command is given?
                          What should be showing after folding a
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          funeral flag?
Flags                Q.   What size of Union Jack is flown?             A.
                          What two flags are the exact same size?
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        What year is on the Army Flag and what
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        does it represent?
                        When does the Color Guard execute a rear
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        march?
                        When is it authorized to fly the US Flag
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                        upside-down?
Flags                Q. When is the Garrison Flag flown?                A.
                        When should a Field Flag be flown?
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
Flags                Q. When should the "Storm Flag" be flown?          A.
                        When should the Post Flag be flown?
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          Which streamer is in the preeminent
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          position on the Army Flag?
                          Which streamer is the first on the Army
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          Flag?
                          Who is responsible for the care, display
Flags                Q.                                                 A.
                          and safeguarding of the unit's colors?
Flags                Q.   Who made the first US Flag?                   A.
                          Who provides the US Flag that is
Flags                Q.   presented to the family members during a      A.
                          military funeral?
                          According to the rules of warfare, are sick
                          or wounded enemy Soldiers entitled to the
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          same medical care as a sick or wounded
                          Soldier that is friendly?
                          Are POWs required to surrender their ID
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          Card when captured?
                        Are sick, wounded or already captured
Geneva Conventions   Q. enemy Soldiers considered to be                    A.
                        combatants?
                        Are Soldiers subject to UCMJ if they fire
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                        upon an "emergency" parachutist?
                        Are there any situations where an
Geneva Conventions   Q. "emergency" parachutist may be fired               A.
                        upon?
                        Can a detaining authority try POWs for
Geneva Conventions   Q. offenses that he or she committed before           A.
                        the POW was captured?
                        Can a POW be tasked to help carry
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                        ammunition or gear?
                        Can POWs be forced to dig foxholes or
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                        build bunkers?
                        Captors can require POWs to perform
                        labor. What are the guidelines however,
Geneva Conventions   Q. that must be followed?                             A.


                          Explain what a "Protecting Power" is?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                          How are medical personnel and facilities
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                          usually marked?
Geneva Conventions   Q.   How did the Law of War originate?                A.
Geneva Conventions   Q.   How is a "War Crime" defined?                    A.
                          How is a POW camp spokesperson chosen
Geneva Conventions   Q.   by the Prisoners, if an Officer is not present   A.
                          to serve in the role?
                          How many articles in the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.   Convention Accords relate to the treatment       A.
                          of POWs?
                          How many conventions were actually held
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                          in Geneva, Switzerland in 1949?
                          How many nations were represented at the
Geneva Conventions   Q.   drafting of the first Geneva Convention?         A.

                          How many POW categories are there and
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                          what do they mean?
                          How should a Soldier treat civilian refugees
Geneva Conventions   Q.   when the military finds it necessary to          A.
                          displace them?
                          If a Soldier happens to violate the Laws of
Geneva Conventions   Q.   War because he was following orders, can         A.
                          he be punished under UCMJ?
                          If a Soldier spies on the US during a time of
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                    A.
                          war, what is the punishment?
                          If a Soldier violates the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.   Conventions, what action can be taken            A.
                          against him or her?
                        If a Soldier were to witness an act that
Geneva Conventions   Q. violated the Law of War, what action should     A.
                        he or she take?
                        If a squad was to enter an enemy village
Geneva Conventions   Q. and become engaged by a sniper, how             A.
                        should the situation be handled?
                        If items are taken from a captive, what
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        must be given to him or her?
                        Is a POW required to show his ID Card to
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        his captors?
                        Is it legal to fire upon an enemy
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        parachutist?
                        Is it required for a Soldier to salute the
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        enemy camp commander?
                        Is it required that a town be informed by the
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        enemy before they are bombarded?
                        Name some things that should be provided
                        to a captured enemy Soldier.
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.


                        Normally a church, or similar religious
                        building, is considered protected property
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                             A.
                        under the Geneva Conventions. When are
                        they not protected?
                        Typically, which agency acts as the Central
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                             A.
                        Prisoner of War Agency?
                        Under the Geneva Conventions, is a
Geneva Conventions   Q. Soldier allowed to worship as he pleases? A.

                        Under the Geneva Conventions, what is the
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                           A.
                        main duty of a POW?
                        What are some of the obligations of a POW
                        while held captive?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                           A.


                        What are some of the Principles of the Law
                        of War or "Soldier Rules" when conducting
Geneva Conventions   Q. combat operations?                         A.


                          What are some of the rights of a POW?

Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.


                        What are some of the types of legal paid
                        labor that a junior enlisted Soldier may be
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        required to perform as a POW?
                          What are some tactics that may be
                          considered illegal and cannot be used on
                          the battlefield?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.



                          What are the "Five S's" as they apply to the
                          handling of prisoners?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.


                        What are the four international agreements
Geneva Conventions   Q. written in Geneva, Switzerland officially  A.
                        known as?
                        What are the principle agreements that
Geneva Conventions   Q. govern the conduct of war?                 A.

                        What documents are POWs permitted to
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                        A.
                        keep upon capture?
                        What does it mean to "Safeguard" POWs?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                        A.

                        What does the first category of the Law of
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.
                        War cover?
                        What does the fourth category of the Law
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.
                        of War cover?
                        What does the Roerich Pact protect?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.
                        What does the second category of the Law
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                            A.
                        of War cover?
                        What does the third category of the Law of
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                            A.
                        War cover?
                        What Field Manual is entitled "The Law of
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                            A.
                        Land Warfare?"
                        What groups should prisoners be broken
                        into?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.



                        What guidelines should be followed in
Geneva Conventions   Q. regard to orders given by a Soldier's            A.
                        superiors?
                        What is a DD Form 2A?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.
                          What is considered to be "Protected
                          Property?"
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                  A.


                        What is considered to be the first
Geneva Conventions   Q. agreement concerning the treatment of            A.
                        POWs, who wrote it and when?
                        What is the first known attempt to record all
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        rules and laws of warfare?
                        What is the main purpose of the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        Conventions ID Card?
                        What is the maximum punishment that a
Geneva Conventions   Q. Soldier may receive for minor offenses          A.
                        while a POW?
                        What is the minimum amount of
                        information that must be put on a POW
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        capture tag?

                          What is the only information that a Soldier
                          is required to give while held captive?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.


                        What is the purpose of a POW capture
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        card?
                        What is the purpose of the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                        Conventions?
                        What is the purpose of the Law of War?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.

                          What items should be confiscated from an
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          enemy Soldier upon capture?
                          What other symbols are used besides the
Geneva Conventions   Q.   Red Cross, to show protected, non-            A.
                          combatant activity?
                          What should a Soldier always remember
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          about enemy captives?
                          What symbol is the official symbol of the
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          Geneva Convention?
                          What tends to be true about information
Geneva Conventions   Q.   gained from captives?                         A.

                        What type of work can an NCO, who is a
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                          A.
                        POW, be required to do?
                        When captured, what information should a
                        Soldier communicate to the Central POW
                        Agency?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                          A.



                        When did the Geneva Conventions come
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                             A.
                        into effect for the U.S.?
                        When females are among the captives or
Geneva Conventions   Q. detainees, what extra protection should be A.
                        given them?
                        When is it considered to be a lawful act to
Geneva Conventions   Q. resettle civilians?                         A.

                          When may a Soldier wear the medical
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                 A.
                          service emblem?
                          Where and when were did the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          Conventions take place?
                          Which convention dealt specifically with
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          how POWs should be treated?
                          Which DA Pamphlet covers the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          Convention?
                          Which Field Manual covers the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          Conventions?
                          Which personnel cannot be considered to
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          be POWs when captured?
                          Who are normally considered to be
                          noncombatants during war?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.


                          Who can determine whether a captive is
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                          entitled to the status as a POW or not?
                          Who may a Soldier report violations of the
                          Law of War to?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.


                        Why does the US support the Geneva
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                        Conventions?
                        Why is it important to separate POWs into
Geneva Conventions   Q. groups?                                        A.

                        Why is it so important to quickly, but
Geneva Conventions   Q. properly, process POWs and speed them          A.
                        to the rear?
                        Why should a Soldier not use captured
Geneva Conventions   Q. enemy weapons even though it is not            A.
                        forbidden by the Geneva Conventions?
                        Why should POWs be silenced?
Geneva Conventions   Q.                                                A.
                        Are guards required to salute when at a
Guard Duty           Q.                                                A.
                        post that requires challenging?
                        At what position should your weapon be
Guard Duty           Q.                                                A.
                        held while challenging?
Guard Duty           Q. Define "Deadly Force?"                         A.
Guard Duty           Q. Do guards salute indoors?                      A.
                        Explain what a Parole Word is.
Guard Duty           Q.                                                A.

                        How does a guard know when the hours of
Guard Duty           Q.                                                A.
                        challenging are?
                        How long does a guard normally have to
Guard Duty           Q. rest, when relieved, before he is to return to A.
                        his post again?
                        How many reliefs are normally assigned to
Guard Duty           Q.                                                A.
                        Guard Duty?
                  How would a guard challenge two or more
                  people?
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.


                  Identify the chain of command as a guard
                  or sentinel.
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.


                If at a post where the sentinels salute, what
Guard Duty   Q. is the proper procedure for a guard to do so A.
                when armed with a rifle?
                If someone who outranks you commands
                you to surrender your weapon while
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                challenging, are you required to do so?

                In time of war, what is the penalty for
Guard Duty   Q. illegally disclosing parole words or          A.
                countersigns?
                Must a guard be qualified on his or her
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                weapon?
                Name some examples of exterior guard
                duty.
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.


                  Name the five "S" words associated with
                  guarding and handling enemy prisoners.
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.


                  Name the three types of guards.
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.

Guard Duty   Q. Name the two parts of a Countersign.          A.
                Typically, how long is a full tour of guard
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                duty?
Guard Duty   Q. What are the duties of a guard?               A.
                What are the hours of challenging?
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                What are the responsibilities of the
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                Commander of the Guard?
                What are the two primary qualifications a
Guard Duty   Q. guard must have before being selected for     A.
                guard duty?
                What are the two types of guard
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                mountings?
                What are the types of orders a guard will
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                receive?
                What does a Special Guard do?
Guard Duty   Q.                                               A.
                  What does a Supernumery do?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  What does the acronym "SALUTE" stand
                  for?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.



Guard Duty   Q. What Field Manual covers Guard Duty?           A.
                What is a Soldier normally responsible for
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                when guarding a post?
                What is specified in the Special Orders?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
Guard Duty   Q. What is the "F.O.D.?"                          A.
                What is the best method to guard a large
Guard Duty   Q. area when only a small number of Soldiers      A.
                are assigned?
                What is the make-up of a typical guard
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                force?
                What is the normal increment of time that a
Guard Duty   Q. Soldier stays at his guard post before being   A.
                relieved?
                What is the proper procedure to challenge
Guard Duty   Q. people in a vehicle?                           A.

                  What is the punishment for sleeping while
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  on guard?
                  What is the purpose of an Interior Guard?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  What is your first General Order?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  What is your second General Order?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  What is your third General Order?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.

                  What would justify the use of "Deadly
                  Force" by a guard?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.


                When are you not required to salute while
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                serving as a guard or sentinel?
                When units are in a tactical environment,
Guard Duty   Q. what type of guard is normally used for        A.
                protection?
                While serving as a guard, how much force
Guard Duty   Q. should be used to apprehend someone?           A.

                  Who assigns the guards to specific posts?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                  Who normally establishes Special Orders?
Guard Duty   Q.                                                A.
                     Who supervises the loading and unloading
                     of live ammunition and clearing of weapons
Guard Duty        Q.                                            A.
                     when guards are posted and relieved?

                     Whose responsibility is it to ensure the
Guard Duty        Q. guards are instructed, disciplined and able A.
                     to perform their duties?
                     Why should you avoid removing clothing or
Guard Duty        Q.                                             A.
                     equipment while serving as a guard?
                     Are topographic symbols drawn to scale on
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                     a military map?
                     Define "vertical distance."
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                       Describe the quickest way to orient a map.
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     How close does an eight, six and four digit
Land Navigation   Q. grid coordinate get the Soldier to a position A.
                     on a map?
                     How is a cliff indicated on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                               A.
Land Navigation   Q. How is a draw indicated on a map?              A.
                     How is a hill indicated on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       How is a saddle indicated on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       How is a spur indicated on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       How is the name of a map usually
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       determined?
                       How is water flow indicated on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       How many "North's" are found on a military
                       map and what are they?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                     How many Degrees, Mils and Grads can be
Land Navigation   Q. found in a circle?                      A.

                     How many locations on a map and ground
Land Navigation   Q. must a Soldier know in order to plot his  A.
                     current location?
Land Navigation   Q. How many mils are in one degree?          A.
                     How many scales are found on the lensatic
Land Navigation   Q.                                           A.
                     compass? What are they?
                     How many sights does a compass have?
Land Navigation   Q.                                           A.
                       How should coordinates on a map be read?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     How should unimproved dirt roads be
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     drawn on a map?
                     How would a grid azimuth be converted to
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     a magnetic azimuth?
                     How would a magnetic azimuth be
Land Navigation   Q.                                            A.
                     converted to a grid azimuth?
                     If a Soldier does not have a compass, what
Land Navigation   Q.                                            A.
                     is the best way to orient a map?
                     If colors are not available, how would a
Land Navigation   Q.                                            A.
                     Soldier draw enemy forces on a map?
                     In the absence of a military map, what
                     could be used as a substitute?
Land Navigation   Q.                                            A.


                       In which direction does the arrow on a map
Land Navigation   Q.                                              A.
                       point?
                       Name some different types of maps.

Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.


                     Name the alternate colors found on a map
Land Navigation   Q. and what they represent.                    A.

                       Name the basic colors of a map and what
                       they represent.
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.


                     Name the three common units of
Land Navigation   Q. measurement found on the bar scale of a     A.
                     map.
                     Name the three types of desert terrain.
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.

                     Name the two prescribed methods for
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                     holding a compass.
                     Regardless of method, how should a
Land Navigation   Q. lensatic compass be held to ensure it       A.
                     works properly?
                     What are contour lines and what do they
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                     represent?
                     What are index contour lines?
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                       What are intermediate contour lines?
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.
                       What are lines of latitude?
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.

                       What are lines of longitude?
Land Navigation   Q.                                             A.

                     What are some features that allow a
Land Navigation   Q. Soldier to use a lensatic compass at night? A.
                       What are supplementary contour lines?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What are the different slopes found on a
                       map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                       What are the five major terrain features
                       found on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                       What are the minor terrain features found
                       on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                     What are the three elements necessary for
Land Navigation   Q. "dead reckoning?"                         A.

                       What are the three main map sizes?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.

                     What are the three main parts of a
Land Navigation   Q. compass?                                       A.

                       What are the three types of contour lines?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.

                     What are three methods for determining
Land Navigation   Q. direction in the field?                        A.

                       What color would be used to indicate a
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       large city on a map?
                       What colors are used for a map overlay
                       and what do they represent?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


Land Navigation   Q. What do map legends define?                    A.
Land Navigation   Q. What does "FLOT" stand for?                    A.
Land Navigation   Q. What does "SOSES" stand for?                   A.
                     What does a 1:50,000 scale on a map
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     represent?
                     What does the scale on a map represent?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
Land Navigation   Q. What else are lines of latitude called?        A.
Land Navigation   Q. What else are lines of longitude called?       A.
                     What four quadrants are found on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     What information can Soldiers in the field
Land Navigation   Q. gain from a map, when used correctly?          A.

                       What information should be consulted if a
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       map is to be effective?
                       What is a "Back Azimuth" and how is it
                       obtained?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


Land Navigation   Q. What is a "contour interval?"                  A.
                     What is a "Photomap?"
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What is a "resection" and how is it found?

Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                       What is a "Topographic Map?"
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
Land Navigation   Q. What is a bench mark?                          A.
                     What is a bezel ring?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
Land Navigation   Q. What is a large-scale map?                     A.
                     What is a map overlay?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What is a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What is a medium-scale map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What is a polar coordinate?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
Land Navigation   Q. What is a small-scale map?                     A.
                     What is an "Azimuth?"
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                       What is an "intersection" and how is it
                       found?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.


                       What is declination?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.

                       What is the "Bar Scale" on a map?
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
Land Navigation   Q. What is the "neat line?"                       A.
                     What is the difference between a military
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     map and a road map?
                     What is the difference between Grid North
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     and Magnetic North referred to as?
                     What is the distance between grid lines on
Land Navigation   Q.                                                A.
                     a military map?
                             What is the nomenclature for the compass
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                             used by the Artillery?
                             What is the purpose of the marginal data
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                             on a map?
                             What map system does the United States
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                             use?
                             What marginal data would be used to
Land Navigation           Q. determine straight-line distance on a map?      A.

                               What must happen if a map is to be
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               effective?
                               What part of the world is the UTM map
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               system designed for?
                               What things may affect the overall
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               performance of a compass?
                               What two methods are used to measure an
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               azimuth?
                               What two rules must be applied in order for
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               land navigation to be effective?
                               What two ways can be used to orient a
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               map?
                               What type of compass does the infantry
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               use?
                               When fully rotated, how many times does a
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               bezel ring "click?"
                               When using a military map, which North
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               should be utilized?
Land Navigation           Q.   Where do lines of latitude originate?         A.
Land Navigation           Q.   Where do lines of longitude originate?        A.
Land Navigation           Q.   Which branch of the Army uses "mils?"         A.
                               Which Field Manual covers Map Reading
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               and Land Navigation?
                               Which town does the Prime Meridian pass
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               through?
                               Which two compasses are used most often
Land Navigation           Q.                                                 A.
                               in the Army?
                               Why does a bezel ring "click" and what
Land Navigation           Q.   does each "click" mean?                       A.

                             Why may an aerial photomap be
Land Navigation           Q. considered more beneficial to military      A.
                             planners than conventional maps?
                             According to the Army's leadership
                             doctrine, what four leadership requirements
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                             A.
                             must a Soldier satisfy?

                               An Army Leader is defined by what two
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               traits?
                               As a leader, what is your span of control?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                             As far as a leader is concerned, what are
Leadership & Counseling   Q. his two basic responsibilities and which is   A.
                             more important?
                             Before a search of a Soldier's area is
Leadership & Counseling   Q. considered legal, what two things or          A.
                             elements must be present?
                             Define "discipline."
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. Define "Military Leadership."                 A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. Define Communications.                        A.
                             Does the study of human behavior make an
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             individual a better leader?
                             Explain the difference between duties and
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             tasks.
                             Explain the difference between one-way
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             and two-way communication?
                             Explain the difference between technical
                             and tactical knowledge.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                             Explain the problem that a leader faces
Leadership & Counseling   Q. when using the transactional style of       A.
                             leadership.
                             Explain the purpose of "Sergeant's Training
Leadership & Counseling   Q. Time."                                      A.

Leadership & Counseling   Q. Explain what "norms" are.                 A.
                             Faulty communications are responsible for
Leadership & Counseling   Q. most problems. Is this True or False?     A.

                               Give some examples of formal norms.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.

                               How can rumors be controlled in a unit?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                               How is Authority of Command acquired?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. How is character demonstrated?                A.
                             How is the respect and confidence of
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             Soldiers gained by an NCO?
                             How many human needs are there and
                             what are they?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                             How many parts are involved in
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             communications? What are they?
Leadership & Counseling   Q. How many principles are there?                A.
                             How should a counseling session be
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             opened?
                             How should Army leaders treat local
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                             A.
                             civilians?
                             If a Soldier is counseled on a family
Leadership & Counseling   Q. problem, what kind of counseling is that    A.
                             considered?
                             If a Soldier is counseled on a test score,
Leadership & Counseling   Q. what kind of counseling is that considered? A.

                               If a Soldier is to remain ethical, what four
                               types of pressure must he resist?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.


                               In order for the receiver to ensure that he
                               fully understands a message sent to him,
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                               what should he send back to the original
                               transmitter of the message?
                               Is any one human need considered more
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                               important than another?
                               Is it possible for a civilian to exercise
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                               command?
                               Is it possible for a Soldier to be motivated
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   by higher needs before others?                    A.

                             Is it possible for an Enlisted Soldier to be a
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                             Commander?
                             Is it required for a commander to have an
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                             open door policy?
                             Is it required for leaders to counsel their
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                             subordinates?
                             Is it the role of the leader to try and solve all
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                             the problems of his Soldiers?
                             List the four steps of the ethical decision
                             making process.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.


                               Most racial problems in the Army are
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                               attributed to what?
                               Name five principles of leadership.




Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                     A.
                               Name some things that Army leaders are
                               entrusted with.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the emotional attributes of a leader.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.

                               Name the five basic rules of combat.

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the five types of counseling.

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the four categories of leader skills.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the four main factors of leadership.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the nine leadership competencies.



Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.




                               Name the requirements of successful
                               counseling.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.



                               Name the rules of inspections.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               Name the supports of human behavior.


Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.
                               Name the Team Building Stages.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.

                               Name the three approaches to counseling.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.

                             Name the three basic needs of a
Leadership & Counseling   Q. professional, self-motivated Soldier.          A.

                             Name the three categories of leader
Leadership & Counseling   Q. actions.                                       A.

                             Name the three ethical responsibilities of
Leadership & Counseling   Q. an Army leader.                                A.

                               Name the three levels of leadership.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.

                             Name the three phases of performance
Leadership & Counseling   Q. oriented training.                             A.

                               Name the two categories of norms.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.
                             NCOs have three types of duties, what are
Leadership & Counseling   Q. they?                                     A.

                             The "Character Development Pyramid" was
                             established to help leaders develop
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             character in others. What are the three
                             stages of the pyramid?
                             The basis and character of an Army Leader
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             is the result of what two things?
                             What agency, found on most Army
                             Installations, is the most appropriate for
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             contacting a Soldier's relatives in a time of
                             emergency?
                             What are "Ethics?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                               What are leadership actions and orders?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.
                               What are some basic counseling skills?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.


                               What are some basic responsibilities of an
                               NCO?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                A.
                               What are some conditions that encourage
                               discipline in a unit?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are some conditions that undermine
                               teamwork?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are some examples of "Higher
                               Needs?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are some examples of activities that
                               help to enhance unit pride and spirit?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are some negative tools of
                               motivation?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                             What are some physical barriers of
Leadership & Counseling   Q. communication?                                  A.

                               What are some positive tools for motivating
                               Soldiers?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                             What are some ways that Army Leaders
Leadership & Counseling   Q. are trained?                                    A.

                               What are the conceptual skills of a leader?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.

                               What are the five "W" questions that should
                               be covered in most counseling sessions?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the five styles of leadership?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four categories of
                               communications?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               What are the four common errors in
                               counseling?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four counseling techniques?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four indications of good
                               leadership?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four parts of a counseling
                               session?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four qualities necessary for a
                               leader to be an effective counselor?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the four Soldierly values?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.


                               What are the leadership fundamentals?


Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.



                               What are the Seven Army Values?



Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.




                               What are the steps to problem solving?


Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.



                             What are the two barriers to
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                             communication?
                             What are the two broad types of
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                             counseling?
                             What are the two components of personal
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                             courage?
                             What are the two means of conducting
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                             counseling?
                               What are the two modes of leadership?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             What are things that interfere with
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             communication referred to as?
                             What area does Specific Incident
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             Counseling address?
                             What attributes are essential for a leader to
Leadership & Counseling   Q. possess?                                      A.

                             What DA Form was replaced by the DA
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                             A.
                             Form 4856 E?
                             What do self-control, balance and stability
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                             A.
                             help an Army leader to do?
                             What documents are our military standards
                             of ethics derived from?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                             A.


                             What does it mean to "power down, without
Leadership & Counseling   Q. powering off?"                            A.

                             What factors are largely responsible for the
Leadership & Counseling   Q. development of leaders?                      A.

                             What five characteristics should be
                             improved in order to develop an effective
Leadership & Counseling   Q. counseling style?                             A.


                               What four values, make up the elements of
                               the professional Army ethic?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                             What increases the likelihood of desired
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             behavior?
                             What initial step must a leader take in order
Leadership & Counseling   Q. to prevent racially related incidents?        A.

Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is "Cohesion?"                         A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is "Decentralization?"                 A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is "Esprit de Corps?"                  A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is "management?"                       A.
                               What is "morale?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.

Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is "motivation?"                         A.
                             What is "Proficiency?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is "supervision?"                        A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is "tact?"                               A.
                             What is "Warrior Ethos?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is a "belief?"                           A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is a "formal norm?"                         A.
                             What is a "leader?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is a "principle?"                           A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is a "value?"                               A.
                             What is a Soldier's first duty in regard to
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                             orders and instructions?
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is an example of direct leadership?         A.
                             What is an example of indirect leadership?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               What is considered the most important
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               factor in minimizing AWOL?
                               What is considered to be the most crucial
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               phase of the counseling session?
                               What is considered to be vital to the
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               mastering of leader skills?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is FM 7-0?                                A.
                               What is it called when judgment on an
                               individual is cast based on presumptions of
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               physical or group characteristics and
                               attributes?
                               What is special in regard to a "showdown"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               inspection?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is the "Core" of a Soldier?               A.
                               What is the "Transformational" leadership
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   style?                                         A.

                             What is the concept of US Army
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                             Leadership based on?
                             What is the cornerstone of the Professional
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                             Army Ethic?
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is the definition of "authority?"           A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is the definition of "courage?"             A.
                             What is the definition of an "effective unit?"
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               What is the definition of counseling?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.

                               What is the difference between leadership
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               traits and principles?
                               What is the first responsibility of the US
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               Army?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   What is the foundation of the US Army?         A.
                               What is the key to holding a successful
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               counseling session?
                               What is the most important aspect of an
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               inspection?
                               What is the most important challenge to an
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                  A.
                               Army leader?
                               What is the most important thing a leader
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   must do during the discussion phase of a       A.
                               counseling session?
                             What is the most important thing that a
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             leader must know and have?
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is the objective of counseling?          A.
Leadership & Counseling   Q. What is the objective of leadership?          A.
                             What is the purpose of an inspection?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                               What leader actions are vital to the team
                               building process?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                               What mental attributes must a successful
                               leader have?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.



                             What physical attributes should a leader
Leadership & Counseling   Q. have?                                         A.

                             What publication covers both Leadership
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             and Counseling?
                             What should a leader do after he or she
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             issues orders?
                             What should a leader do to ensure that
Leadership & Counseling   Q. their Soldiers understand and carry out       A.
                             assigned tasks?
                             What six factors influence the decision
                             making process?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.



                               What stresses influence behavior?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                               What things in a unit effect morale?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.


                               What things must a good leader know?

Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                               A.
                             What three leader counseling skills should
Leadership & Counseling   Q. Army leaders seek to improve?                   A.

                             What three things make up a leader's
Leadership & Counseling   Q. interpersonal skills?                           A.

                             What three things make up
Leadership & Counseling   Q. communication?                                  A.

                             What two additional values are sometimes
Leadership & Counseling   Q. included with the formal list of Army    A.
                             values?
                             What two areas make up tactical skills?
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                          A.
                               What two interactive parts make up
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               character?
                               What will happen if you, as a leader,
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               neglect the welfare of your Soldiers?
                               When a leader takes over a new command
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   he or she should not make too many            A.
                               changes before doing what?
                               When should leaders counsel their
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               Soldiers?
                               When should the "Directive Approach" to
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   counseling be used?                           A.

                               Which form is currently used for
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               counseling?
                               Which individual is key to the successful
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               orientation of new Soldiers?
                               Which is harder to overcome, Physical or
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               Psychological Barriers?
                               Who is responsible for conducting the daily
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   business of the Army within established       A.
                               policies?
                               Whose responsibility is basic Soldiering
Leadership & Counseling   Q.                                                 A.
                               and training?
                               You cannot be an effective leader until you
Leadership & Counseling   Q.   do what?                                      A.

                               Are handwritten notes and comments
NCOER                     Q.                                                 A.
                               authorized on the NCOER?
                               Are just the Rated NCOs required to
NCOER                     Q.   include their AKO email address on the        A.
                               NCOER?
                               Are the identities of the rated NCO's Rater
NCOER                     Q.   and Senior Rater made known to the            A.
                               Service Member?
                               Can a member of an allied force be a
NCOER                     Q.                                                 A.
                               Senior Rater?
                               Can a specific bullet be used more than
NCOER                     Q.                                                 A.
                               once?
             Describe the "Rating Scheme."
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.
             Explain how the "Senior Rater Opinion"
             works.
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.


             Explain the "60 Day Option."
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.


           Explain the purpose of the Evaluation
NCOER   Q. Report Redress Program.                         A.

             Explain what an NCOER is.
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.

           How is the information verified on the NCO
NCOER   Q. Counseling Checklist (or DA Form 2166-8- A.
           1) by the rated NCO?
           How many non-rated months does 15 non-
NCOER   Q.                                            A.
           rated days equal?
           How many types of NCOERs are there?
           Name them.


NCOER   Q.                                                 A.




             If an NCO is pregnant and has not taken
             the APFT within 12 months (due to the
NCOER   Q.   pregnancy, convalescent leave, etc) what      A.
             entry should be made in the APFT block of
             Section IVc?
             If an NCO is removed from a ratable
             assignment, due to a decision by the
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.
             NCO's chain of command, what NCOER
             should be used?
             If an NCO were to serve as a member of a
NCOER   Q.   Court Martial, what annotation should be      A.
             made on his or her NCOER?
             If the rated NCO did not take the APFT due
             to a profile, what should be entered in the
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.
             "Physical Fitness and Military Bearing
             Section?"
             Is it authorized for a civilian to be a
             Soldier's rater?
NCOER   Q.                                                 A.
           Is it possible for the NCOER to be
NCOER   Q. submitted without the signature of the rated A.
           NCO?
           Is it required for a POW to get an NCOER?
NCOER   Q.                                              A.
           Is the APFT Score ever entered into the
           Physical Fitness and Military Bearing
NCOER   Q.                                               A.
           section of the NCOER?

             Name the Five Parts of an NCOER.

NCOER   Q.                                               A.


           Name the four options that a rater may
           select from when rating an NCO in regard
NCOER   Q.                                               A.
           to values and responsibilities.

             Name the NCO Responsibilities that are
             evaluated under Part IV of the NCOER.
NCOER   Q.                                               A.


NCOER   Q. The NCOER is recorded on what form?           A.
           The nine competencies that are key to
NCOER   Q. effective leadership are collectively known   A.
           as what?
           What are some things that an NCOER is
           used for?
NCOER   Q.                                               A.



             What are the nine competencies that the
             "Ski's" are linked to?


NCOER   Q.                                               A.




           What are the three performance selections
           that a rater has to choose from when
NCOER   Q.                                              A.
           deciding the overall performance and
           potential of an NCO?
           What are the titles of the counseling blocks
           on DA Form 2166-8-1?
NCOER   Q.                                              A.


             What are the two main categories of
NCOER   Q.                                               A.
             NCOERs?
             What are the values that an NCO is rated
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             on in Part IV or the NCOER?
NCOER   Q.   What Army Regulation covers NCOERs?            A.
             What does it mean to give counseling that
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             always "Looks Forward?"
NCOER   Q.   What does NCOER stand for?                     A.
             What does the code "Q" represent in the
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             non-rated months block?
             What does the rated NCOs signature on
NCOER   Q.   the NCOER represent?                           A.

             What four signatures are required in Part II
             (Authentication) of the NCOER?
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.


             What is a "Bullet" used for on an NCOER?
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.


           What is the best type of counseling that a
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
           rater can give to the rated NCO?
NCOER   Q. What is the DA Form 2166-8-1?                    A.
           What is the minimum period in which a
NCOER   Q. "Relief for Cause" NCOER can be given?           A.

             What is the minimum period of time
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             required for Senior Raters?
             What is the minimum time period before
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             the initial counseling must be given?
             What is the minimum time period that a
             rater must be the First Line Supervisor of a
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             rated NCO before he or she can give an
             NCOER?
             What is the minimum time period that a
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             reviewer must first satisfy?
             What is the NCO Counseling Checklist
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             used to record?
             What is the purpose of the NCOER?
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.

             What is the rating chain normally referred
NCOER   Q.                                                  A.
             to as?
             What rating criteria do Senior Raters use
             when evaluating an NCO?



NCOER   Q.                                                A.




           What should be entered in the APFT block
           of section IVc, Physical Fitness and Military
NCOER   Q.                                               A.
           Bearing?

           What should happen if an Annual Report
NCOER   Q. does not meet the 90-day minimum rating        A.
           period and rater qualifications?
           What type of report must the parent
           command initiate when an NCO attends a
NCOER   Q.                                                A.
           service school for 90 calendar days or
           more?
           What would be the non-rated code for
NCOER   Q.                                                A.
           attending a military school?
           When is the NCO Counseling checklist
NCOER   Q.                                                A.
           used?
           When there is a mistake on an NCOER,
           what is the normal time limit that a Soldier
NCOER   Q.                                                A.
           has to submit a substantive appeal?

           Where are NCOERs on Army Corporals
NCOER   Q.                                           A.
           kept?
           Where is information on areas of special
NCOER   Q. emphasis, appointed duties and counseling A.
           dates found on the NCOER?
           Where should Rating Schemes be posted?
NCOER   Q.                                           A.
NCOER   Q. Which ratings require bullet comments?     A.
           Which Values or NCO Responsibility Block
           covers the rated NCO's overall confidence,
NCOER   Q.                                            A.
           fears, enthusiasm and inner confidence?

             Who makes up the rating chain and what
             are their functions?


NCOER   Q.                                                A.
                          Who should obtain the rated NCO's
NCOER                Q.                                                 A.
                          signature on the NCOER?
                          Who should receive an NCOER?
NCOER                Q.                                                 A.
                        According to FM 21-20, what is a realistic
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                        weekly goal for weight loss?
                        According to FM 21-20, what is the best
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                        way to lose excessive body fat?
                        Define "Muscular Strength."
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          Explain the difference between Fixed and
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          Free Circuits.
                          Fitness Tasks can be cataloged into what
                          four groups?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.


                          How do Soldiers develop and maintain
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          flexibility?
                          How is cardio respiratory fitness tested by
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          the Army?
                          How is muscular endurance tested by the
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          Army?
Physical Readiness   Q.   How long is the Toughening Stage?             A.
                          How long should the Slow Improvement
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          stage be?
                          How many commands are there to form the
                          Extended Rectangular Formation? What
                          are they?

Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.




                        If the fingers come unlaced during the Sit-
Physical Readiness   Q. up portion of the APFT, is the test             A.
                        terminated?
Physical Readiness   Q. Is HDL or LDL better for your body?             A.
                        Name at least three categories of Soldiers
                        that may require a special PT program.
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.


                          Name some alternate aerobic exercises.
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.

                          Name the Components of a good Physical
                          Fitness Program.
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          Name the Components of Motor Fitness?

Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.


                        Name the leading cause of death in the
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.
                        United States.
Physical Readiness   Q. Name the two standards for the APFT.           A.
                        What are some benefits of exercise?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.

                          What are the commands to form a circle
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.
                          formation?
                          What are the Factors of a fitness training
                          program?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.


                          What are the Four Components of Physical
                          Fitness?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.


                          What are the Seven Principles of Exercise?



Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.




                        What are the stages of physical
Physical Readiness   Q. conditioning?                                  A.

                        What are the three basic types of fitness
Physical Readiness   Q. programs?                                      A.

                        What are the three Phases of Physical
Physical Readiness   Q. Conditioning?                                  A.

                          What are the two basic types of circuits?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.
                          What are the two methods to assess
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.
                          Muscular Strength?
                          What are three causes of Heart Disease?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                A.

                        What command follows "Extend to the left,
Physical Readiness   Q.                                           A.
                        March!"?
                        What command is given to recover from
Physical Readiness   Q.                                           A.
                        the PT formation?
                        What does a commander use to gain a
Physical Readiness   Q. quick assessment of a Soldier's flexibility?     A.

                          What does the acronym "FITT" stand for?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.


                        What Field Manual covers Physical Fitness
Physical Readiness   Q.                                           A.
                        Training?
                        What Formations can be used to conduct
Physical Readiness   Q.                                           A.
                        PT?
                        What is "Max VO2?"
Physical Readiness   Q.                                           A.
Physical Readiness   Q. What is a DA Form 3349?                          A.
Physical Readiness   Q. What is a MFT?                                   A.
                        What is Circuit Training?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
Physical Readiness   Q. What is HDL?                                     A.
Physical Readiness   Q. What is LDL?                                     A.
                        What is Lean Body Mass?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          What is the best way to build aerobic
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          endurance?
                          What is the Circular Formation used for?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.

Physical Readiness   Q. What is the DA Form 705?                         A.
                        What is the definition of Muscular
Physical Readiness   Q. Endurance?                                       A.

                          What is the maximum slope allowed for a
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          running surface on the APFT?
                          What is the minimum number of points a
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          Soldier needs to pass the APFT?
                          What is the most critical factor for success
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          in a physical training program?
                          What is the objective of Physical Fitness
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          Training?
                          What kind of exercise puts the maximum
Physical Readiness   Q.   workload on the muscles throughout the         A.
                          entire range of motion?
                          What major elements compose body
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          mass?
                          What methods are used to assess
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                          flexibility?
                          What safety concerns should be addressed
                          when planning a physical fitness session?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.


                          What should all exercise sessions include?
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                  A.
                        What three periods are normally conducted
Physical Readiness   Q. in a daily exercise routine?              A.

                          What two components of fitness does a
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          road march test?
                          What wastes physical training time?

Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.


                          When administering a PT test, how many
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          scorers should be present?
                          When conducting Strength Training, if you
                          reach the point in an exercise where you
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          are not able to perform another repetition,
                          what is it called?
                          Which Army Regulation covers the Army
Physical Readiness   Q.                                                 A.
                          Physical Fitness Program?
                          Before turning a piece of equipment in,
PMCS                 Q.   what is the last action an operator should    A.
                          take?
PMCS                 Q.   Describe a Class 1 Leak.                      A.
                          Describe a Class 2 Leak.
PMCS                 Q.                                                 A.
                          Describe a Class 3 Leak.
PMCS                 Q.                                                 A.
                          Describe Preventive Maintenance.
PMCS                 Q.                                                 A.
                        Explain the difference between a
PMCS                 Q. shortcoming and a deficiency.                   A.

                        How many days should the PLL support a
PMCS                 Q.                                            A.
                        unit in combat?
                        Name the five status symbols that can used
                        on the DA 2404.
PMCS                 Q.                                            A.


                          What are the levels or echelons of
                          maintenance?
PMCS                 Q.                                                 A.


                        What are the three Operator PMCS
PMCS                 Q. measures?                                       A.

                        What Army Regulation covers Prevention
PMCS                 Q.                                                 A.
                        of Motor Vehicle Accidents?
                        What basic safety equipment should be in
PMCS                 Q. a vehicle before it can be dispatched?          A.
            What DA Pamphlet should be consulted
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
            regarding maintenance?
PMCS   Q.   What does "AOAP" stand for?               A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "BII" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "BMO" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "MAIT" stand for?               A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "NMC" mean?                     A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "NOR" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "NSN" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "PLL" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "PMCS" stand for?               A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "POL" stand for?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What does "SAMS" stand for?               A.
            What does "TAMMS" stand for and what is
PMCS   Q.   its purpose?                              A.

PMCS   Q. What does "TI" stand for?                   A.
PMCS   Q. What does "TM" stand for?                   A.
PMCS   Q. What does the symbol "L" mean?              A.
          What form would be used to request
PMCS   Q. support maintenance on a piece of           A.
          equipment?
          What forms should be in the equipment
          record folder at the time a vehicle is
PMCS   Q. dispatched?                                 A.


            What is a "UIC?"
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
            What is a "UIC?"
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a DA Form 2408-14?                A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a DA Form 2765 used for?          A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a DA Form 5504?                   A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a DD Form 1970?                   A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a DD Form 314?                    A.
PMCS   Q.   What is a SF 91?                          A.
            What is a TM?
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
PMCS   Q. What is an OF 346?                        A.
          What is considered to be the most serious
PMCS   Q.                                           A.
          deficiency symbol?
          What is DA Pamphlet 750-35 in regard to?
PMCS   Q.                                           A.
          What is the basis and foundation of the
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
          Army Maintenance System?
          What is the DA Pamphlet 738-750 and
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
          what is it used for?
          What is the main reason that commanders
          specifically assign operators and assistant
PMCS   Q.                                             A.
          operators to vehicles and equipment?
                               What manual is used to PMCS equipment?
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             What manuals would be consulted for
PMCS                      Q. information in regard to organizational          A.
                             maintenance?
                             What should equipment operators do
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             during driving breaks?
                             What should first be verified about a driver
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             before he receives a vehicle?
                             What three records should be kept for a
PMCS                      Q. piece of equipment?                              A.

                             What type of deficiency (or status symbol)
                             cannot be recorded on the DA Form 2408-
PMCS                      Q.                                            A.
                             14, Uncorrected Fault Record.

                               What would be consulted to determine the
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                               scope of repairs on equipment?
                               When a piece of equipment is not mission
PMCS                      Q.   capable, what form should this be noted        A.
                               on?
                               When a Soldier marks his initials on a
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                               2404, what does this indicate?
                               When dispatching a vehicle, what forms
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                               should be filled out?
                               When driving a military vehicle, what is the
PMCS                      Q.   maximum allowable number of hours a            A.
                               Soldier may drive?
                               When driving in a convoy, what vehicle
PMCS                      Q.   should be at the rear of the convoy and        A.
                               why?
                               When should a PMCS be performed?
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.

                             When should an item be added to the
PMCS                      Q.                                          A.
                             Prescribed Load List?
                             When should chocks be used on a vehicle?
PMCS                      Q.                                          A.

                             Where is the operations checklist for a
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             piece of equipment found?
                             Who is authorized to "Circle X" a faulted
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             piece of equipment?
                             Who's responsibility is it to perform PMCS
PMCS                      Q.                                                  A.
                             on equipment?
                             A "Report to Suspend Favorable Personnel
Promotions & Reductions   Q. Actions" or DA Form 268 is most commonly         A.
                             known as a what?
                               After a Soldier has appeared before a
                               Promotion Board, what are the minimum
Promotions & Reductions   Q.   number of promotion points required to be    A.
                               recommended for promotion to SGT and
                               SSG?
                               Are Soldiers required to perform hands-on
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                A.
                               tasks for the promotion board?
                               Can a Board Member excuse himself from
                               the promotion board, and have someone
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                A.
                               substitute for him, after the board has
                               already started?
                               Can a Soldier receive promotion points for
Promotions & Reductions   Q.   Foreign Awards, Decorations or Badges?       A.

                             Conditional promotion to SGT through SFC
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                            A.
                             is typically what time frame?
                             Explain what a "conditional promotion" is.
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                            A.

                               Explain what is meant by "inefficiency."
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                A.


                             How long must a Soldier be assigned to a
Promotions & Reductions   Q. unit before he or she can be reduced for       A.
                             inefficiency?
                             How many members should a promotion
                             board consist of?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                A.


                             How many Officers held the rank of
                             "General of the Army" (Five-Star Generals)
Promotions & Reductions   Q. and who were they?                         A.


                             How many working days notice must be
                             given to a Soldier before he or she is to
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                           A.
                             appear before the hearing for a reduction
                             board?
                             How many zones for promotion to SGT and
Promotions & Reductions   Q. SSG are there? Name them.                 A.

                             How often shall a promotion board occur in
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                            A.
                             a unit?
                             How shall precedence of rank be
                             determined among Soldiers of the same
                             grade?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                            A.
                             If a Soldier is missing, captured or
Promotions & Reductions   Q. detained, what happens to their eligibility for   A.
                             promotion?
                             If a Soldier is to be discharged from the
                             Army, under other than honorable
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.
                             conditions, what grade is he or she reduced
                             to?
                             If a Soldier spent time in the Delayed Entry
Promotions & Reductions   Q. Program, does this time count as Time in          A.
                             Service for promotion purposes?
                             Is it possible to reduce a Soldier for
Promotions & Reductions   Q. inefficiency based on a single act of             A.
                             misconduct?
                             Is the Promotion Board President
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.
                             considered a voting member?
                             May Board Members utilize the evaluated
                             Soldier's personnel records when
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.
                             determining how to score the individual?

                             Name the three peacetime levels of
Promotions & Reductions   Q. promotion.                                        A.

                             Name the two types of promotion point
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                          A.
                             reevaluations.
                             Name the two types of promotion point
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                          A.
                             worksheets.
                             What are some reasons that a Soldier may
                             be administratively reduced?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.



Promotions & Reductions   Q. What does "NCOES" stand for?                      A.
Promotions & Reductions   Q. What does "TIMIG" or "TIG" stand for?             A.
Promotions & Reductions   Q. What does "TIS" stand for?                        A.
                             What does WLC, BNCOC, ANCOC and
                             USASMC stand for?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.


                             What form is the recommendation for
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.
                             promotion prepared on?
                             What form should be used as a
Promotions & Reductions   Q. "worksheet" to compute the Soldier's              A.
                             promotion points?
                             What form should be used to request an
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.
                             Administrative Reevaluation of points?
                             What is a "C-10" roster?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                   A.


Promotions & Reductions   Q. What is a "PSB?"                                  A.
                               What is the highest rank to ever be held in
                               the United States Army? Who held this
                               rank?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.



                               What is the maximum amount of promotion
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                               points possible for the APFT?
                               What is the maximum number of points
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                               possible on the Promotion Worksheet?
                               What is the minimum civilian education
Promotions & Reductions   Q.   requirement to be promoted to SGT or          A.
                               SSG?
                               What is the minimum Time in Service
Promotions & Reductions   Q.   requirement for an E-4 to appear before the   A.
                               E-5 Board?
                               What is the Secondary Zone sometimes
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                               referred to as?
                               What level of promotion, would a promotion
Promotions & Reductions   Q.   to SFC and above be categorized under?        A.

                             What promotion requirements apply to a
Promotions & Reductions   Q. PFC who has graduated from Ranger               A.
                             School?
                             What ranks are Soldiers automatically
                             promoted to, unless they are flagged,
Promotions & Reductions   Q. barred from reenlistment or the promotion       A.
                             is otherwise prevented by their
                             Commander?
                             What Regulation covers Enlisted
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                             Promotions and Reductions?
                             What two things must reduction orders
                             cite?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.


                             When an E4(P) or an E5(P) is reassigned
Promotions & Reductions   Q. to another unit, should they take a copy of     A.
                             their "C-10" with them?
                             When does automatic promotion from PVT
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                             to PV2 occur?
                             When shall a PFC be automatically
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                             advanced to SPC?
                             When Soldiers of different genders are
                             being boarded, what special consideration
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                             must be made?

                               Which ranks cannot be reduced under
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                               Article 15 of the UCMJ?
                               Why is General John J. Pershing not
                               considered to be a Five Star General?
Promotions & Reductions   Q.                                                 A.
                      Describe a "Gratuitous Issue."
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.

                      Describe a Report of Survey.
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.

                      During an inspection, what should the
                      inspecting officer look for?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.


                      Explain the difference between a Statement
                      of Charges and a Report of Survey.
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.


                      How long does it take to initiate a Report of
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.
                      Survey?
Supply Economy   Q.   How long is the DD Form 1150 good for?          A.
Supply Economy   Q.   How many classes of Supply are there?           A.
                      If a Soldier admittedly loses or damages a
Supply Economy   Q.   piece of equipment and is required to pay       A.
                      for it, what action should be taken?
                      Name a common Supply Economy practice
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.
                      that dining facilities use.
                      Name some Classes of Supply.




Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.




                      The Report of Survey system consists of
                      what?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.


                    What actions should be taken by the
                    receiving person when given a hand receipt
Supply Economy   Q. for property?                              A.


                      What are "expendable supplies?" Give
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.
                      some examples.
                      What are some examples of Supply
                      Economy practices?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                   A.
                      What are some things that you can do to
                      help with Supply Economy?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.



                      What are the four ways a Soldier can be
                      relieved of accountability for property?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.


                      What are the three types of Inspections?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.

                      What are the time constraints when
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      initiating a "Report of Survey?"
                      What column should a Soldier verify before
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      signing the clothing record?
                      What does the Soldier's signature on the
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      hand receipt establish?
                      What form is used for a Permanent Hand
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      Receipt?
                      What form is utilized for a "Statement of
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      Charges?"
                      What form should be used to conduct a
Supply Economy   Q.   "Showdown Inspection" for E-4s and           A.
                      below?
                      What forms should be used to inventory
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      absentee property?
                      What happens to clothing of Enlisted
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      Soldiers who are dropped from the roles?
Supply Economy   Q.   What is a DA Form 4697?                      A.
                      What is a Statement of Charges?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.


                      What is property accountability?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      What is property responsibility?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      What is Supply Economy?
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                    What is the DD Form 1150 most commonly
Supply Economy   Q.                                        A.
                    known as?
                    What is the general purpose of
Supply Economy   Q. inspections?                           A.

                    What is the minimum amount of time that a
                    Soldier must be in the Army before he or
Supply Economy   Q.                                           A.
                    she can be given a clothing allowance?

                      What is the overall goal of Supply
Supply Economy   Q.                                                A.
                      Economy?
                    What is the purpose of the Army Clothing
Supply Economy   Q.                                             A.
                    Allowance?
                    What publication should be consulted for
Supply Economy   Q. the accounting of lost, damaged or          A.
                    destroyed property?
                    What publication should be consulted when
Supply Economy   Q. determining the proper fit of Army Uniforms A.
                    and Footwear?
                    What records can be used to assign
                    responsibility of property?
Supply Economy   Q.                                             A.


                    What should be done with a Soldier's
                    personal and military issue items that are
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                    not being taken with him or her on TDY?

                      What should the Soldier do before signing
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                      any hand receipt?
                      When do Soldiers receive a clothing
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                      allowance?
                      When government property is admittedly
                      lost, damaged or destroyed by an
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                      individual, what forms can be used to
                      require payment to replace the items?
                      When inprocessing a unit, how many
Supply Economy   Q.   organizational sleeve insignia should the   A.
                      incoming Soldier be issued?
                      When referring to military clothing, what
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                      does "initial issue" mean?
                      Where can a Soldier receive pay-roll
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                      deduction laundry service on post?
                      Who's responsibility is Supply Economy?
Supply Economy   Q.                                               A.
                    Are there any birds that are poisonous and
Survival         Q.                                            A.
                    should not be eaten?
Survival         Q. Are there any poisonous freshwater fish?   A.
                    At what rate should water be consumed in
Survival         Q. an arid area?                              A.

                      Can freshwater fish be eaten raw?
Survival         Q.                                               A.
                      Can insects be eaten raw?
Survival         Q.                                               A.

                    Can the growth of moss on a tree
Survival         Q. accurately indicate which direction is  A.
                    North?
                    How can you avoid contracting worms and
                    parasites?
Survival         Q.                                         A.
                How can you avoid diarrhea?
Survival   Q.                                                 A.


              How should you prepare worms for
Survival   Q.                                                A.
              consumption?
              If you are injured, what is your top priority?
Survival   Q.                                                A.
                If you must eat wild plants, which plants
                should you avoid?
Survival   Q.                                                 A.


                Name some environmental injuries.

Survival   Q.                                                 A.


              Name some ways to improve the taste of
Survival   Q. plants found in the wild.                       A.

                Name the six aspects of a survival pattern.


Survival   Q.                                                 A.



                What are some of the edible insects?


Survival   Q.                                                 A.



              What are some of the effects of heat in a
Survival   Q. desert environment?                             A.

                What are some of the feelings and
                emotions that one may experience in a
                survival situation?
Survival   Q.                                                 A.



                What are some signs of dehydration?

Survival   Q.                                                 A.


                What are some tips to staying healthy?
Survival   Q.                                                 A.
                                        What does the acronym "BLISS" stand for?

Survival                           Q.                                                   A.


                                        What does the acronym "SURVIVAL" stand
                                        for?


Survival                           Q.                                                   A.




                                        What is the best time of day to travel by
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                        foot across the desert?
                                        What is the common cattail good for in a
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                        survival situation?
                                        What is the Morse Code signal for
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                        distress?
                                        What pattern should be used to signal to
Survival                           Q.   aircraft that ?Medical Assistance is            A.
                                        required??
                                        What pattern should be used to signal to
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                        aircraft that you ?Require Assistance??
                                        What, above all else, is the most important
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                        factor in survival?
Survival                           Q.   Which Field Manual covers Survival?             A.
                                        Why is it difficult to operate and survive in
                                        arid areas?
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.


                                      Why should you not drink the milk from
Survival                           Q.                                                   A.
                                      mature or ripe coconuts?
                                      After Company level units develop a METL,
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
                                      what must then be done?
                                      At what level are Training Schedules
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
                                      developed?
                                      Commanders determine their unit's METL
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. based on what two primary factors and             A.
                                      inputs?
                                      Define "Multi-echelon Training."
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
                                        Define "Training Devices."
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
                                        Define the term "training."
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Describe "Post Operation Checks."                 A.
                                      Explain "Training Strategy."

Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                   A.
                                      Explain the difference between efficient and
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. effective training.                          A.

                                      Explain what "opportunity" or "hip pocket"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. training is.                                     A.

                                        Explain what a "Battlefield Operating
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        System" is.
                                        How and where are FTXs conducted?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      How do Soldiers and units maintain
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. proficiency after they have trained to           A.
                                      standard?
                                      How is the long range planning process
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      initiated?
                                      How long should unit training meetings
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      last?
                                      How many principles of training are there?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      How much time is covered by a Long
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      Range Plan?
                                      How much time is covered by a Near Term
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      Plan?
                                      How much time is covered by a Short
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      Range Plan?
                                      How much time should separate the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Battalion and Company level training             A.
                                      meetings on a normal week?
                                      How often are training meetings held?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        Identify the two types of training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        assessment.
                                        If a task is not trained to standard, when
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        should the retraining be conducted?
                                        Is it a legal responsibility for Soldiers to
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        attend scheduled training?
                                        Is it required for Company and Battalion
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        level units to hold training meetings?
                                        Is maintenance required to be on the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        training schedule?
                                        Leaders must use what five basic
                                        fundamentals?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.


                                        Name five principles of training.

Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                        Name the four elements that "TADSS"
                                        stands for?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.


                                        Name the four types of evaluations.

Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.


                                        Name the keys to successful performance
                                        training.

Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.



                                        Name the steps of the training ladder.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.

                                      Name the three parts of a training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. objective.                                   A.

                                      Name the three phases of a Company
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Training Meeting.                            A.

                                      Name the three phases of the Leader
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Development Program.                         A.

                                        Name the three stages of training.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.

                                        Name the three types of training?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.

Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Name the two types of AARs.                  A.
                                      The AAR is an example of what training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.
                                      method?
                                      The ideal command climate promotes and
                                      encourages what?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.


Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What are "Pre-Execution Checks?"             A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What are "simulators?"                       A.
                                      What are most casualties in combat the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.
                                      result of?
                                      What are some of the Battlefield Operating
                                      Systems.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                              A.
                                        What are some of the components of the
                                        Leader Development Model?


Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.




                                        What are the four parts of an AAR?

Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.


                                        What are the four steps in preparing
                                        individual training?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.


                                        What are the four steps to preparing the
                                        long-range planning calendar?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.


                                        What are the keys to success in combat?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        What are the requirements for training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        execution?
                                        What are the three methods that trainers
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        use to present training?
                                        What are used to assess the proficiency of
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        a Soldier, Leader or Unit?
                                        What Army Field Manual covers "Battle
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        Focused Training?"
                                        What difficulty does a leader face when
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        conducting an AAR?
                                        What do the Principles of Training provide?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      What document helps leaders to develop
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. and execute training programs that are          A.
                                      realistic and challenging?
                                      What documents can a leader find
                                      appropriate Army doctrine for training
                                      purposes?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.



Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What does "ARTEP-MTP" stand for?                A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What does "ATLDM" stand for?                    A.
                                      What does "METT-TC" stand for?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What does battle focus drive?           A.
                                      What does the commander base his or her
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                         A.
                                      selection of training exercises on?
                                      What does the evaluation of Collective
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                      Training assess?
                                      What does the Training Planning Process
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                      begin with?
                                      What four skills do challenging training
                                      exercises help to build and improve?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.


                                        What is "Battle Focus?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is "CATS?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is "Leader Development?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is "Sergeant's Training Time?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.

                                        What is a "Battle Drill?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is a "Battle Task?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.

                                        What is a "Combined Training Exercise?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                      What is a "CPX" and where does it take
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. place?                                      A.

                                        What is a "FCX?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is a "Low Density MOS?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is a "MAPEX," and what does it
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        portray?
                                        What is a "METL?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What is a "Training Aid?"                   A.
                                      What is a TEWT?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.


                                        What is an "AAR?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.

                                        What is an "External Evaluation?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is an "Informal Evaluation?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.

                                        What is an "Internal Evaluation?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                        What is an "LCX?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.

                                        What is an "STX?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        What is meant by a "Band of Excellence?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        What is required, if training is to be
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        effective?
                                        What is the "Battalion Slice?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        What is the "CALL?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What is the cornerstone of readiness?         A.
                                      What is the definition of "Risk
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      Assessment?"
                                      What is the definition of "Risk Level?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      What is the definition of "Risk
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Management?"                                  A.

                                        What is the driving force behind the METL
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        development process?
                                        What is the greatest combat power the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        result of?
                                        What is the lowest level unit that is
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        responsible to prepare a METL?
                                        What is the most effective and preferred
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        type of training?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.   What is the objective of Army Training?     A.
                                        What is the primary focus of training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        meetings at the Battalion level?
                                        What is the purpose of the Advanced
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                        Development and Sustainment Phase?
                                        What is the purpose of the Basic Skills
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.   Development Phase?                          A.

                                      What is the relationship between FM 7-0
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      and FM 7-1?
                                      What level of unit is the lowest to have
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      battle tasks?
                                      What makes up the "Battle Staff?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      What manual is considered to be the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. Commander's Bible for collective training?    A.

                                      What manual is considered to be the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                               A.
                                      Soldier's Bible for individual training?
                                      What must first be identified in order to
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. successfully accomplish the unit's Mission    A.
                                      Essential Tasks?
                                      What principle of peacetime training should
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.
                                      units follow?
                                      What questions must a commander
                                      consider when selecting training exercises?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                             A.


                                        What should be discussed at unit training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        meetings?
                                        What should be listed by the leader in the
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        leader's book?
                                        What should well-structured training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        contain?
                                        What size of unit makes up near term
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        plans?
                                        What size of unit usually conducts a formal
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        AAR?
                                        What size of unit usually conducts an
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                        informal AAR?
                                        What sources, other than the ARTEP-MTP,
                                        can be used to develop task lists?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.


                                      What three things should be included on
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. the unit training schedule in regard to         A.
                                      maintenance?
                                      What tool may an NCO use to help assess
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. the proficiency of Squads, Crews and            A.
                                      Individual Soldiers?
                                      What training excites and motivates both
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      leaders and Soldiers?
                                      What two major training responsibilities do
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      commanders have?
                                      What two things do the CSM and other key
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. NCOs review and refine supporting tasks         A.
                                      for?
                                      What two time management systems are
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      mentioned in FM 7-0 and FM 7-1?
                                      What types of training can an NCO require
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. of his subordinates?                            A.

Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What units publish Long Term Plans?        A.
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. What units publish Short Range Plans?      A.
                                      When a Soldier receives a "No-Go" on
                                      performance oriented training, what should
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                            A.
                                      occur?

                                      When should a unit post its Near Term
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      Plans?
                                      When should a unit post its Short Range
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                 A.
                                      Plan?
                                      When should the Battalion's Long Range
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      Plan be posted?
                                      When should the Conference method be
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. used to present training?                        A.

                                          When should the Lecture method be used
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          to present training?
                                          Which method, used to present training, is
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          the least preferred?
                                          Which method, used to present training, is
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          the most preferred?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.     Who approves a unit's METL?                  A.
                                          Who are the key participants for NCOs in
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          the Reception and Integration Phase?
                                          Who can authorize changes to the training
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.     schedule after it has been approved?         A.

                                      Who is responsible for the collective
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                         A.
                                      training of Soldiers?
                                      Who is responsible for the individual
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                         A.
                                      training of Soldiers?
                                      Who is the primary or head trainer of a
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                         A.
                                      unit?
                                      Why are Company training meetings held?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                         A.

                                          Why does the Army "Train to Maintain?"
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                      Why is it important to pay special attention
Training Management & Battle Focus Q. to the training of Soldiers in low density       A.
                                      MOSs?
                                      Why isn't the AAR considered a critique?
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          Why should the METL process be well
Training Management & Battle Focus Q.                                                  A.
                                          understood by NCOs?
                                          Are military judges actually "members" of
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          the court?
                                          Are NCOs excluded from Extra Duty when
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          receiving an Article 15?
                                          Are Warrant Officers authorized to
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          administer an Article 15?
                                          Are you required to accept trial by
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          Summary Court Martial?
                                          Before a Summary or Special Court Martial
UCMJ                                 Q.   sentence can be finalized, who must first    A.
                                          review the case?
                                          Can a Bad Conduct Discharge be
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          sentenced by a Special Court Martial?
                                          Can a Company Commander reduce a
UCMJ                                 Q.                                                A.
                                          Soldier in the grade of E-5 or above?
          Can an NCO in the pay grade of E-7
UCMJ   Q. through E-9 be reduced under an Article         A.
          15?
          Can an NCO order the arrest or
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          confinement of an enlisted Soldier?
          Can both an Article 15 and a Court Martial
UCMJ   Q. be imposed at the same time, for the same       A.
          offense?
          Do you have to accept an Article 15?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          Does a Soldier have the right to consult a
UCMJ   Q. lawyer when given a Summarized Article      A.
          15?
          Explain the difference between a forfeiture
UCMJ   Q. and detention of pay.                       A.

          Explain the difference between disciplinary
UCMJ   Q. action by an Article 15 and Trial by Court  A.
          Martial.
UCMJ   Q. Explain what a reprimand is.                A.
          Give a quick definition of UCMJ.
UCMJ   Q.                                             A.
            Give some examples of military offenses.
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.


          How are minor offenses usually disposed
UCMJ   Q.                                           A.
          of?
          How long does a Soldier have to appeal an
UCMJ   Q.                                           A.
          Article 15?
          How long is an Article 15 kept on file?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.


            How long should an Article 15 be displayed
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
            on a unit bulletin board?
UCMJ   Q.   How many Articles are there in UCMJ?          A.
            How much time do you have to accept
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
            punishment under an Article 15?
            If a POW commits a criminal act in an
UCMJ   Q.   enemy camp, can he be subject to a court      A.
            martial?
            If a Soldier being tried by Special Court
            Martial feels that one of the Court Martial
UCMJ   Q.   members may be prejudiced against him,        A.
            can he request right to have him removed?

          If a Soldier receives a Court Martial, does it
UCMJ   Q. stay on his record when he leaves the          A.
          Army?
          If an appeal to an Article 15 is denied, can
          the appealing authority increase the original
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
          punishment given by the commander?

          Is "Military Discipline" considered to be
UCMJ   Q.                                             A.
          punishment?
          Is a Commander allowed to give two Article
          15's to a Soldier for two separate offenses
UCMJ   Q.                                             A.
          that occurred at the same time?

            Is a Soldier entitled to an open hearing
UCMJ   Q.                                                   A.
            when receiving an Article 15?
            Is acceptance of an Article 15 an
UCMJ   Q.                                                   A.
            acknowledgment of guilt?
            Is it legal for a Commander to impose a
UCMJ   Q.   Detention of Pay and a Forfeiture of Pay        A.
            consecutively?
            Is it possible for a Special or General Court
UCMJ   Q.   Martial Trial to be conducted by just a         A.
            Military Judge, alone?
            Is it possible for an Enlisted Soldier to be
UCMJ   Q.   reduced for inefficiency under an Article       A.
            15?
            Is it possible to administer an Article 15 to
UCMJ   Q.                                                   A.
            an Officer?
            Is it possible to appeal a court martial?
UCMJ   Q.                                                   A.


          Is it required for a Commander to read a
          Soldier his rights under Article 31 of UCMJ,
UCMJ   Q.                                                  A.
          when the Soldier is about to receive
          punishment under Article 15?
          Is it required for a unit to publish a Soldier's
UCMJ   Q. Article 15 punishment on unit bulletin           A.
          boards?
          Is there a maximum number of hours per
UCMJ   Q. day that a Soldier on Extra Duty may not         A.
          exceed.
          Name some rights that a Soldier is entitled
          to under UCMJ.
UCMJ   Q.                                                  A.


            Name some types of punishment.


UCMJ   Q.                                                   A.
            Name the 3 types of Courts Martial and
            their membership.
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.


          Name the two types of Article 15
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
          proceedings.
          Under what circumstances can an NCO
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
          impose Non-Judicial Punishment?
UCMJ   Q. What AR covers UCMJ?                          A.
          What are the 5 types of discharge?

UCMJ   Q.                                               A.


            What are the two classifications of an
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            Article 15?
            What Article covers Non-Judicial
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            Punishment?
            What Articles are known as the "Punitive
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            Articles" under UCMJ?
            What can be considered to be the
UCMJ   Q.   foundation of Military Law in the United    A.
            States?
            What does "SOFA" stand for and what
UCMJ   Q.   does it have to do with UCMJ?               A.

            What grade of Soldiers can be placed in
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            correctional custody?
            What guidelines must be followed when
            extra duty is given?
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.


            What happens to the pay that is forfeited
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            under an Article 15?
            What is "Double Jeopardy?"
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
UCMJ   Q.   What is a DD Form 458?                      A.
UCMJ   Q.   What is a Field Grade Article 15?           A.
UCMJ   Q.   What is an Article 115 in regard to?        A.
UCMJ   Q.   What is an Article 121 in regard to?        A.
UCMJ   Q.   What is an Article 128 in regard to?        A.
            What is an Article 134 in regard to?
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.
            What is an Article 31?
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.

            What is an Article 32 hearing?
UCMJ   Q.                                               A.

UCMJ   Q. What is an Article 86 in regard to?           A.
UCMJ   Q. What is an Article 89 in regard to?             A.
UCMJ   Q. What is an Article 90 in regard to?             A.
          What is an Article 91 in regard to?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
UCMJ   Q. What is an Article 92 in regard to?             A.
          What is the guideline for assigning Extra
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          Duty to an NCO?
          What is the highest court in the US Army?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
UCMJ   Q. What is the highest military court?             A.
          What is the lowest form of legal
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          punishment under UCMJ?
          What is the maximum punishment a
          Soldier may receive for a Company Grade
          Article 15?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.



            What is the maximum punishment a
            Soldier may receive for a Field Grade
            Article 15?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.



          What is the maximum punishment a
UCMJ   Q. Soldier may receive for disobeying a lawful A.
          order of a Commissioned Officer?
          What is the maximum punishment that a
          Soldier can receive for a Summarized
UCMJ   Q.                                             A.
          Article 15?

            What is the maximum sentence a Soldier
            may receive from a Special Court Martial?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.


            What is the purpose of an Article 138?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.

          What is the purpose of Non-judicial
UCMJ   Q. Punishment under Article 15?                    A.

          What is the time limit to file charges for an
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          Article 138?
          What rights does a Soldier have when
UCMJ   Q. given a Summarized Article 15?                  A.

            What role does the Military Judge play?
UCMJ   Q.                                                 A.
          When a Soldier appeals an Article 15, what
UCMJ   Q. action can be taken by the appealing       A.
          authority?
                               When a Soldier is given an Article 15, does
                               he have the right to call a witness, make a
UCMJ                        Q.                                             A.
                               statement and otherwise present a
                               defense?
                               When assigned Extra Duty, can a Soldier
UCMJ                        Q. be assigned duties similar to that of a     A.
                               personal servant?
                               When is an accused Soldier entitled to a
UCMJ                        Q. Military Lawyer?                            A.

UCMJ                        Q. When was UCMJ first established?           A.
                               Who can bring charges against Service
UCMJ                        Q.                                            A.
                               Members?
                               Who is authorized to impose an Article 15?
UCMJ                        Q.                                            A.
                               Who is considered to be the Law Officer for
UCMJ                        Q. a Special Court Martial?                    A.

                                 Who is the appealing authority for an Article
UCMJ                        Q.                                                    A.
                                 15?
                                 Who makes up the US Court of Military
UCMJ                        Q.                                                    A.
                                 Appeals?
UCMJ                        Q.   Who may be punished by UCMJ action?              A.
UCMJ                        Q.   Who may reduce a Soldier in grade?               A.
                                 Who may serve as a Court Martial
UCMJ                        Q.                                                    A.
                                 member?
                                 Who sits as the President of a Court
UCMJ                        Q.                                                    A.
                                 Martial?
UCMJ                        Q.   Who writes the laws under UCMJ?                  A.
                                 Will a member of the Armed Forces be
UCMJ                        Q.   turned over to civilian authorities if accused   A.
                                 of a civilian offense?
                                 Are male soldiers allowed to wear a wig?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 Are male Soldiers authorized to wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 earrings?
                                 Are officers authorized to wear the Army
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 Dress Green Uniform?
                                 Are Soldiers allowed to wear sunglasses in
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 formation?
                                 Are Soldiers authorized to carry an
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 umbrella?
                                 Give the measurements for the Army Name
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                                 Tape.
                                 How are Service Ribbons worn on the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.   female uniform?                                  A.

                                 How are Service Ribbons worn on the male
                                 uniform?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                               How far below the seam of the shoulder
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. should the shoulder patch be sewn on the          A.
                               Army Dress Green Uniform?
                               How far may boot heels be worn down
                               before replacing them and what is the rule
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                               of thumb for measuring worn boot heels?

                                 How high above the eyebrow shall the beret
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                              A.
                                 be worn?
                                 How is the regimental crest worn?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.


                                 How is the Service Stripe worn?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.

                               How many Combat and Special Skills
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. Badges may a Soldier wear on his uniform A.
                               at one time?
                               How many marksmanship badges is a
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                            A.
                               Soldier authorized to wear at one time?
                               How many Special Skills Tabs are
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. authorized for wear on the Army Uniform at A.
                               one time?
                               How shall letters be printed on the Army
                               Name Tape?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                            A.


                                 How shall pin-on rank insignia be worn?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.

                                 How should the Insignia disks be worn?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.

                                 How should the nameplate be worn on the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 female dress uniform?
                                 How should the nameplate be worn on the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 male dress uniform?
                                 How should Unit Awards be worn on a
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 female uniform?
                                 How should Unit Awards be worn on a male
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 uniform?
                                 In what direction does the tab on the Army
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 belt extend?
                                 In which direction should the laurel leafs on
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 the Army unit awards "grow"?
                                 Is it a requirement that Soldiers wear all
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.   awards and decorations on the Class A           A.
                                 Jacket?
                                 Is it authorized to wear the earflaps of the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                   A.
                                 Patrol Cap down?
                               Is the "Blocking" of the Patrol Cap
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                            A.
                               authorized?
                               Is the Airborne Tab considered to be a
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                            A.
                               Special Skills Tab?
                               Is the wear of suspenders allowed with any
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. Army uniform?                              A.

                                 Name the four Special Skills Tabs.
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.


                               On what uniforms is it appropriate to wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. full-size decorations and service medals for A.
                               social occasions?
                               Soldiers are authorized to have exposed
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. pens while wearing what uniforms?            A.

                                 What are the four categories of badges
                                 authorized for wear on the Army uniform?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.


                                 What are the measurements of the dress
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 uniform plate?
                                 What are the restrictions on hair
                                 appearance for females?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.


                                 What Army Regulation covers the issue
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 and sale of personal clothing?
                                 What Army Regulation covers the wear and
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 appearance of Army Uniforms?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.   What does "ECWCS" stand for?                  A.
                                 What does one Combat Hash Stripe
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 represent?
                                 What does one service stripe on a Soldier's
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 Uniform represent?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.   What does the "TA" in TA-50 stand for?        A.
                                 What footwear may be worn with the Army
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 flight suit?
                                 What headgear should be worn with the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 Food Service Uniform?
                                 What is the "Shoulder Sleeve Insignia -
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.   Former Wartime Service" (SSI-FWTS) also       A.
                                 known as?
                                 What is the Army Dress Uniform composed
                                 of?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.


                                 What is the authorized distance between
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                 A.
                                 badges on the Class A uniform?
                               What is the authorized length a beard may
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. be, if a Soldier has a medical profile and is A.
                               allowed to grow one?
                               What is the CVC Uniform?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                               A.
                                 What is the proper length of the long sleeve
                                 shirts, uniform coats and jackets?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.


                                 What is the standard for placing the US
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                              A.
                                 brass on the Army uniform?
                                 What jewelry items are Soldiers authorized
                                 to wear while in uniform?

Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.



                               What length should the female Class A
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                               A.
                               Uniform skirt be?
                               What military clothing is authorized for wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. with civilian clothing?                       A.

                                 What ranks do shoulder boards come in?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.
                               What size of lettering is acceptable for
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.
                               labeling the duffle bag?
                               What Soldiers are authorized to wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. Shoulder Sleeve Insignia while at BCT?           A.

                               What Soldiers are authorized to wear the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. Black All Weather Coat and Field Jacket          A.
                               unzipped or unbuttoned?
                               When are females not required to wear the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. brass tipped belt while wearing the Class B      A.
                               uniform?
                               When did the Army Policy for all Soldiers to
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. wear the Reverse-Side Full-Color US Flag         A.
                               Insignia go into effect?
                               When is a Soldier authorized to wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. commercially designed protective                 A.
                               headgear?
                               When is it mandatory for Identification Tags
                               to be worn?
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.


                               When is it not required for a Soldier to wear
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. headgear while in uniform?                    A.

                                 When is the Battle Dress Uniform
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                  A.
                                 considered to be unserviceable?
                               When placing service ribbons and awards,
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. how high above the left breast pocket              A.
                               should they be worn?
                               When should the black four-in-hand tie be
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q.                                                    A.
                               worn with the Army Blue Uniform?
                               Why does every Soldier now wear the
Uniform Wear & Appearance   Q. Reverse-Side, Full-Color US Flag Replica           A.
                               on their uniform?
                               Are Soldiers on the Weight Control
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                               Program allowed to reenlist?
                               Can a Soldier who is enrolled in the weight
Weight Control              Q. control program attend any professional            A.
                               military or civilian schools?
Weight Control              Q. How is body fat typically determined?              A.
                               How many people should be available to
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                               tape a Soldier?
                               How many times is each area measured on
Weight Control              Q. a Soldier when the tape test is conducted?         A.

                                 How often should Soldiers be weighed in?
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                                 If a Soldier fails to make satisfactory
                                 progress in the weight control program after
Weight Control              Q.   two consecutive weigh-ins or after a total       A.
                                 period of six months of diet and exercise,
                                 what happens?
                                 If a Soldier is enrolled in the weight control
Weight Control              Q.   program, how often should they be weighed        A.
                                 in?
                                 If a Soldier is placed back on the weight
                                 control program within 12 months of being
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                                 removed from the program, what may
                                 occur?
                                 In the event that a Soldier cannot be
Weight Control              Q.   weighed immediately after the APFT, when         A.
                                 can they be weighed?
                                 Name some career limitations that are
                                 placed on Soldiers on the Weight Control
Weight Control              Q.   Program.                                         A.


                               Should a Soldier be measured by someone
Weight Control              Q. of the opposite gender?                 A.

                               What are the three things that must occur
                               when a Soldier is determined to be
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                               overweight?

                                 What are the two primary objectives of the
                                 Army Weight Control Program?
Weight Control              Q.                                                    A.
                      What Army Regulation covers the Army
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                      Weight Control Program?
                      What DOD-wide goal are Soldiers are
Weight Control   Q.   encouraged to achieve in regard to body     A.
                      fat?
                      What is considered to be "satisfactory"
Weight Control   Q.   weight loss for Soldiers enrolled in the    A.
                      weight control program?
Weight Control   Q.   What is meant by "Body Composition?"        A.
                      What is the method for determining body
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                      fat called?
                      What is the role of the health care
                      personnel in regard to weight control?
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.


                      What is your maximum allowable body fat
                      standard?
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.


                    What Screening Table Weight should
Weight Control   Q. Soldiers aim to achieve in order to avoid     A.
                    exceeding their maximum weight?
                    What should be worn by a Soldier when
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                    being taped?
                    What should tape measures, used for
Weight Control   Q. determining body fat, be made of?             A.

                    What statement is required on all TDY and
Weight Control   Q. PCS orders in regard to weight control?   A.

                      What two considerations is the screening
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                      table weight based on?
                      When does the "actual" enrollment in the
Weight Control   Q.   Weight Control Program begin for a          A.
                      Soldier?
                      When is a Soldier considered
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                      "overweight?"
                      When may a Soldier be removed from the
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                      Weight Control Program?
                      When screening Soldiers for weight; table
Weight Control   Q.   weights and heights are measured to the     A.
                      nearest what?
                      When should the body fat percentage or
                      "tape test" be conducted on a Soldier?
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.


Weight Control   Q. Who authorizes the taping of Soldiers?        A.
                    Who is responsible and required to meet
Weight Control   Q.                                               A.
                    the weight standards in AR 600-9?
                      Why is the Army so concerned about
                      Soldiers who are overweight?
Weight Control   Q.                                                    A.


                      What method of adjustment should be
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      used when firing close to friendly troops?
                      After a Soldier has installed a Claymore
Weapons          Q.   Mine, how far from the mine should the           A.
                      wire be secured?
                      How far above the ground should you aim
Weapons          Q.   the Claymore Mine when using the slit-type       A.
                      peep site?
                      What is the first step in the installation and
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      employment of a Claymore Mine?
                      When using the M40 Test Set, what does a
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      flashing light indicate?
                      What is the nomenclature of the Claymore
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      Mine?
                      What is the rear danger area for the
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      Claymore Mine?
                      Describe the kill zone of the M18A1
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      Claymore Mine.
                      What items are found in the M18A1
                      Bandoleer?
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.



                      What is the color of Claymore mine that is
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                      used for training purposes?
                      What does the acronym "SPORTS" stand
                      for?
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.



                    What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    M16A2 Rifle?
                    What is the maximum range of the M16A2
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    Rifle?
                    What is the muzzle velocity of the M16A2
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    Rifle?
                    What is the weight of the M16A2 when
Weapons          Q. fitted with a sling and a loaded magazine?         A.

                    What is the weight of the M16A2 without
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    the magazine and sling?
                    Describe the rifling of the M16A2 Rifle
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    Barrel.
                    What is the muzzle velocity of the M16A1
Weapons          Q.                                                    A.
                    Rifle?
             How much does the M16A1 Rifle weigh
Weapons   Q.                                           A.
             with a 20 round magazine?
             What types of rounds can be used with the
             M16A1 Rifle?
Weapons   Q.                                           A.


Weapons   Q. What is the caliber of the M16A1?                A.
             How much does the M16A1 Rifle weigh
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             without a magazine and sling?
             What is the maximum range of the M16A1
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             Rifle?
             What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             M16A1 Rifle?
             Name some things that could cause the
Weapons   Q. M16 Rifle to malfunction.                        A.

               Give a brief description of the M16A1 Rifle.
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.


               What is the cyclic rate of fire for the M16A1
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Rifle?
               Name the Eight Cycles of the M16A1 Rifle.



Weapons   Q.                                                  A.




             How many types of rounds are there for the
Weapons   Q.                                            A.
             M60 Machine Gun?
             How often should a Soldier change the
Weapons   Q. Barrel of the M60 Machine Gun?             A.

             What is the maximum range of fire for the
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             M60 Machine Gun?
             Explain the different rates of fire for the
Weapons   Q. M60 Machine Gun.                                 A.

               Name the Eight Major Parts of the M60
               Machine Gun.


Weapons   Q.                                                  A.




             What is the muzzle velocity of the M60
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             Machine Gun?
             When would the M60 Machine Gun be
Weapons   Q.                                                  A.
             placed on a tripod?
Weapons   Q. What does PDF stand for?                        A.
             When should Principle Direction of Fire be
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
             used?
Weapons   Q. What is Grazing Fire?                           A.
             What is the maximum range for Grazing
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
             Fire?
             Describe the most effective rate of fire for
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
             the M60 Machine Gun.
             What two missions can a machine gunner
Weapons   Q. have when his or her weapon is in a             A.
             defensive position?
             Provide a general description of the M60
Weapons   Q. Machine Gun.                                    A.

               What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q.                                              A.
               M60 Machine Gun?
               What are the five types of M60 rounds?

Weapons   Q.                                                 A.


             Name the classes of fire for the M60
Weapons   Q. Machine Gun.                                    A.

               What is the weight of the M60 Machine
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Gun?
Weapons   Q.   What does "SAW" stand for?                    A.
               What is the nomenclature of the Squad
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Automatic Weapon?
               What is the maximum range of the Squad
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Automatic Weapon?
               Describe the normal rate of fire for the
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               SAW.
               What weapon does the SAW replace, in an
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Infantry Squad?
               Give a general description of the Squad
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               Automatic Weapon.
               What type of targets is the SAW designed
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               to engage?
               What is the ideal rate of fire for the SAW,
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               when conducting sustained fire?
               What is the full weight of the SAW with
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
               bipod and tools?
               What is the maximum distance the SAW
Weapons   Q.   can achieve when conducting grazing fire?     A.

Weapons   Q. How is ammunition fed into the SAW?             A.
             What is the weight of the SAW when
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
             loaded with a 200 round box?
             What is the maximum rate of fire for the
Weapons   Q.                                                 A.
             Squad Automatic Weapon?
               What are the two types of fire for a SAW
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               gunner?
               What weapon is the M240B designed to
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               replace?
               What is the maximum range of the M240B
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               Machine Gun?
               What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               M240B Machine Gun?
               Give a general description of the M240B
Weapons   Q.   Machine Gun.                                    A.

               What is the main difference between a
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               pistol and a revolver?
               Name the three safeties on the M9 pistol.
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.

             What is the weight of the M9 Pistol with an
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
             empty magazine?
             What is the weight of the M9 Pistol with a
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
             15 round magazine?
             What is the capacity of the M9 magazine?
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
               What is the muzzle velocity of the M24
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               Sniper Rifle?
               What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               M24 Sniper Rifle?
               What is the weight of the M24 Rifle with the
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               sling attached?
               What is the length of the M24 Sniper Rifle
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               from butt to muzzle?
               What is the capacity of the M24 Sniper
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               Rifle magazine?
Weapons   Q.   What caliber is the M24 Sniper Rifle?           A.
               What is the combat weight (fitted with sling,
               day optic sight and a full magazine) of the
Weapons   Q.                                                   A.
               M24 Sniper Weapon System?

             What is the maximum range of the M203
Weapons   Q.                                            A.
             Grenade Launcher?
             What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q. M203 Grenade Launcher for Point Targets? A.

             What is the maximum effective range of the
Weapons   Q. M203 Grenade Launcher for Area Targets? A.

             What is the casualty radius for the M203 40
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
             millimeter round?
             How long should you wait before opening
Weapons   Q. the breech on the M203 Grenade              A.
             Launcher, after a misfire?
             At what range should the M203 Grenade
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
             Launcher be zeroed?
               What are the two types of sights on the
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               M203 Grenade Launcher?
               What type of rounds do a M203 Grenade
               Launcher fire?
Weapons   Q.                                                A.


               What caliber of round is fired from the
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               M203 Grenade Launcher?
               What are two characteristics of all hand
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               grenades?
               What is the main purpose of a
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               fragmentation grenade?
Weapons   Q.   What is a MK3A2 Grenade?                     A.
               What are the three main parts of a
Weapons   Q.   grenade?                                     A.

             What are the two main uses of a Smoke
Weapons   Q.                                             A.
             Grenade?
             What are the three positions for throwing a
Weapons   Q. Hand Grenade?                               A.

               Name six different types of Hand
               Grenades.
Weapons   Q.                                                A.



             What is the casualty radius for the M33
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
             Fragmentation Grenade?
             How should a left handed thrower hold a
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
             grenade?
             What color is the Smoke Grenade?
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               What is a "Stoppage?"
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
Weapons   Q. How is Tracer Ammunition identified?           A.
             What are the three types of Stoppages?
Weapons   Q.                                                A.

               What is trajectory?
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               What type of mission uses "up" and "down"
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               as directions to correct fire?
               As a safety precaution, what should be
Weapons   Q.   done prior to loading and firing any         A.
               weapon?
               What should be done, prior to handling any
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               weapon, to ensure it is safe?
Weapons   Q.   What is the WORM Formula?                    A.
               What is the definition of "Cyclic Rate of
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               Fire?"
               Explain the purpose of Zeroing a weapon.
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
             Name the three methods of Indirect Fire
Weapons   Q. Adjustments?                                   A.

             Name the three basic types of "Call for
Weapons   Q. Fire" for target locations.                    A.

               What are the four methods of Fire Control?
Weapons   Q.                                                A.


               Name the six elements of "Call for Fire."


Weapons   Q.                                                A.



             What is the definition of "Maximum Rate of
Weapons   Q.                                              A.
             Fire?"
             What is the definition of "Sustained Rate of
Weapons   Q.                                              A.
             Fire?"
             What is a "Cook-off?"
Weapons   Q.                                              A.

               What is "Immediate Action?"
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
               What is a "Misfire?"
Weapons   Q.                                                A.
                               ANSWER
In the event that a family member dies or becomes deathly ill, the
Red Cross (if notified) will verify the situation and contact the
Soldier's chain of command so that the Company Commander can
arrange emergency leave.
By volunteers
Due to a Congressional mandate, it is legally recognized that
emergency communication between Soldiers and their families is
an American Red Cross function.

1) Blood Drives
2) Communication between family members and Soldiers in times
of emergency
3) First Aid and CPR Courses
4) Financial aid in the form of no interest loans
5) Volunteer programs
6) Counseling and Referral Services
7) Disaster Services
8) Youth Services
Clara Barton

AR 930-5
International Committee for the Red Cross.
None. The loans are interest-free.

The Geneva Cross

The American Red Cross:
1) Obtains, records and reports the names of Prisoners of War
2) Assists in the processing and packaging of items for distribution
3) Handles inquiries regarding POW welfare

1881

1905


This ensures that the Soldier receives all eligible aid and that no
efforts are actually duplicated.

It is a community-oriented, social service program.
Through volunteers.
Twice a year (at a minimum).

"Resources for Education About Deployment and You"



NEO stands for "Noncombatant Evacuation Operation." NEO
Support is an ACS service in which ACS provides assistance in
processing families for evacuation from hazardous areas.
Operation R.E.A.D.Y. provides materials that are used to help unit
commanders in preparing their unit personnel and family members
for military operations and deployments.
1) Family Assistance Plan (Family Care Plan)
2) Operation R.E.A.D.Y.
3) NEO Support
1) Job Bank
2) Job Search Assistance
3) Resource Information
4) Career Counseling
1) Financial Counseling
2) Consumer Advocacy
3) Debt Liquidation Assistance
1) Relocation Assistance and Counseling
2) Lending Closet
3) Sponsorship Support
4) Newcomer Orientations
1) Family Advocacy Program
2) Shelter and Respite Care
3) Foster Care
4) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
5) Outreach Services
1) Prevention spouse and child abuse
2) Prevention of physical neglect
3) Prevention of sexual abuse
4) Prevention of emotional maltreatment
ACS utilizes the Exceptional Family Member Program or EFMP.
Through EFMP, ACS is able to assist the assignments authorities
in assigning Soldiers to installations and areas that can meet the
special needs of their disabled dependents.
1) Army Family Advocacy Program (AFAP)
2) Foster Care Program
3) Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
4) Financial Counseling
5) Employment Assistance for Spouses
6) Child Care Facilities
7) Babysitting Resources
8) Recreational Activities
9) Welfare Resources
10) Family Relocation Assistance
1) Financial Readiness
2) Employment Readiness
3) Relocation Readiness
4) Soldier and Family Readiness
5) Deployment/Mobilization and SSO Readiness
1) Financial Planning Education
2) Consumer Education
3) Budget Development and Planning
4) Debt Liquidation
1) Employment Assistance
2) Transition Assistance
AR 608-1
Soldiers can donate staple foodstuff to the ACS food lockers,
useable household items, and their time.
Army Community Services
"Standard Installation Topic Exchange Service"
"Army Career and Alumni Program"

The Heart = Giving
The Cross = Help
The Gyroscope = Equilibrium and Stability
This is where the provider seeks out those who need its services,
rather than waiting for the client to find them.
To provide transition/employment service and information. A
common way of doing this is through Job Fairs.
It provides information, guidance and assistance to Service
Members and their families who are planning a move from one
military community to another.
To support the morale and wellbeing of the members of the Army
Community.
The Loan Closet allows Service Members, who are new to the
Installation, an opportunity to borrow necessary household items
until they are able to receive their own household goods.
"Self-help, Service and Stability"
1) To assist Soldiers in improving their credit, financial reliability
and reputation
2) To reduce debt
3) To promote consumer awareness
4) To enhance local community relations
1965
Military Personnel and their dependents. (ACS is usually utilized by
the new Soldiers arriving on Post).
Yes
AER is funded through:
1) The voluntary contributions of Army Personnel (during AER
Fund Campaigns)
2) Through unsolicited contributions
3) Through income from investments
Those wishing to donate may do so by:
1) Allotment
2) Cash
3) Check
There is no interest on an AER Loan.


No
When the money is needed to pay for:
1) Overdrawn bank accounts
2) Weddings/Marriages
3) Court Fees
4) Divorce
5) Ordinary Leave
6) Liquidation of Debt
7) Luxury and Convenience Items
1) Loss of Funds
2) Rent Deposits
3) Repair of a Privately Owned Vehicle (if it is essential
transportation)
4) To pay for food and utilities
5) Funeral Expenses
6) Medical and Dental Expenses
7) Nonreceipt of Pay
8) Emergency Travel Expenses
9) Cost of the effects of a Disaster (fire, tornado, etc)
1) Interest Free Loans
2) Grants
3) A Combination of Loans and Grants
AR 930-4
"Army Emergency Relief"
AEREAP provides education money to unmarried dependents of
active duty, retired or deceased Army personnel who are attending
college.
"Army Emergency Relief Educational Assistance Program."

"Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students"

DA Form 1103

"Helping the Army Take Care of its Own."
There is no maximum.

$1.00 a month for 3 months.

PLUS (Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students) is an AER
program that makes it possible for parents in the Army to borrow
money to pay for their dependent's undergraduate college
expenses.
AER's sole purpose is to help Army Personnel and their families.

AER loan repayments start the 1st day of the second month that
follows the initiation of the loan. Most loans do not exceed 12
months and repayment is made through allotment by active duty
personnel.
The American Red Cross
1) To raise funds to help cover the financial assistance program
2) To increase awareness about AER and the assistance it offers
3) To publicize procedures
4) To help the Army take care of it's own

1942
From 1 March to 1 July.

When repayment by the borrower has not been received one
month after the due date.
1) When the delinquent loan balance is less than $5.00
2) When reasonable efforts to obtain repayment from the borrower
fail
3) When the borrower dies
4) When the borrower is dishonorably discharged or discharged
under other than honorable circumstances
5) When the borrower is dropped from the rolls as a deserter
6) When repayment will cause undue hardship
The unmarried, dependent children of Army Personnel.

1) Active Duty Army and Family Members
2) National Guard and Reserve Soldiers on Active Duty in excess
of 30 Days (and their Family Members)
3) Spouses and Orphans of eligible Army Personnel who died while
on Active Duty
4) Retirees
1) Active Army Personnel
2) Retired Army Personnel
3) Sponsors of deceased Army Personnel dependents who are US
citizens or permanent US residents
The Command/Unit Financial Advisor.

The Army Quality of Life Program is a group of policies and
programs that are designed to ultimately increase combat
readiness, by developing military group cohesiveness and
commitment.
1) MWR
2) Banking Services
3) PX and Commissary Privileges
4) Community Sports Programs
5) Clubs
6) Recreation Facilities and Gyms
7) Postal Services
8) Education Services
9) AFN Radio and Television
10) Other Army Programs such as AER, ACS, ARC and EO
1) Army Community Service (ACS)
2) Army Continuing Education System (ACES)
3) Army Club Management System
4) Army Postal Services
5) Army and Air Force Exchange Services (AAFES)
6) Morale and Support Activities
The Soldier



Quality of Life Program

To promote the development of military group commitment and
cohesiveness.
1) Living Conditions
2) Duty Environment

Not while on the Active Phase of Rehabilitation.


No, but they can extend their current enlistment long enough to
finish the ASAP program and then re-enlist.
1) The Active Phase lasts up to 60 days
2) The Follow-Up Phase lasts up to 300 days
Yes, it is a direct order

1) A Letter of reprimand, signed by a General Officer, is placed in
the Soldier's file
2) The Soldier is entered in ASAP
3) The Soldier's on-post driving privileges are suspended for a
period of six months
Yes

No


1) Hallucinogens
2) Depressants
3) Stimulants
1) To return Soldiers to full duty status as quickly as possible
2) Identify those individuals who cannot be rehabilitated
Alcohol

1) Deterrence
2) Research
3) Detection of Illegal Drug use
4) Command Assessment of the Unit
5) To monitor rehabilitation
6) The identification of Abusers
Readiness Enhancement and increased combat effectiveness
through substance abuse education and rehabilitation.
The Army will not promote any function that glamorizes the use of
alcohol through drinking games or the award of alcohol as prizes.
1) Voluntarily
2) Command Directed
3) Unit Inspections
4) Search and Seizure
5) Rehabilitation
1) The Soldier must perform effectively on full duty status at the
end of 60 days.
2) The Soldier must be free from Substance Abuse.
3) The Soldier has received the maximum benefit from the
rehabilitation program and can move into the follow-up phase.
60 days


1) Hangovers
2) Extended lunches
3) A deterioration in personal appearance and hygiene
4) A noticeable change in a Soldier's work performance
5) Intoxication at off duty functions
1) Active
2) Follow-Up
1) Experimenter
2) User
3) Drug Dependent
1) Command Referral
2) Apprehension
3) Medical Referral
4) Urinalysis Program
5) Self Referral (Voluntary)
1) To improve unit readiness
2) Increase individual fitness
3) Treatment
4) Education
5) Rehabilitation
6) Identification of substance users
7) Prevention and deterrence of substance abuse
When after short-term rehab efforts the Soldier is unable or
unwilling to return to effective duty
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Program
Army Substance Abuse Program
DA 8003

Failure to participate in Urinalysis may be grounds for disciplinary
action -- as Urinalysis testing is generally considered a lawful order.

They will be separated from the Army.



To have an alcohol-free workplace
1) Readiness
2) Personal Responsibility
Report all drug use to the chain of command

1) Types of Treatment Available
2) Location of Facilities
3) Referral Procedures
4) Separation Procedures
5) Punishment under UCMJ
Never. An alcoholic can only be classified as "recovering"
1) The service member clearly indicates that they are unable or
unwilling to return to Active Duty.
2) The service member is unwilling to refrain from substance
abuse.
3) The commander in conjunction with the ADAPCP Counselor
determines that further efforts are futile.
AR 600-85
The Unit Commander and the ASAP Counselor.


1) Active Duty Soldiers and their Family Members
2) Retired Soldiers and their Family Members
3) Reserve Soldiers and their Family Members
4) DOD Civilians and their Family Members
Anybody the commander chooses
Substance abuse is detrimental to combat readiness.

No

Soldiers may do so when applying for their dependent's ID Cards at
the PAC.
Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System

Personnel Administration Center

DEERS issues Identification Cards for eligible military dependents.

The Sponsorship Pool is a group of Soldiers that are designated by
the Commander and trained to respond to programmed and
unprogrammed arrivals.
Assistance, information and activities provided to Soldiers and the
Families of Soldiers who are new to a unit.
Assistance, information, and activities provided to Soldiers and the
Families of Soldiers who are departing a unit.
Two:
1) Battalion Commander/CSM Letter
2) Sponsor Letter
**If the Sponsorship is declined, then the Battalion Command
should still send a letter.
Commanders are directed to provide the new Soldier with adequate
time to inprocess. Family separation time should be minimal when
settling in at the new duty and assignments such as TDY and Field
Duties should be avoided.
Within 10 calendar days



Within 10 calendar days


Yes

1) Send a welcome letter
2) Provide a map of the area
3) Provide information regarding community services and local
facilities
4) Provide information about the surrounding area
1) In-Sponsorship
2) Out-Sponsorship
3) Reactionary Sponsorship
4) Rear-Detachment Sponsorship
5) New Manning-Systems Unit Sponsorship
The Sponsor should be:
1) The same paygrade or higher than the Incoming Soldier
2) The same gender, marital and occupational status
3) Be familiar with the unit and community
4) Not be within 60 days of PCS
5) Not be the person who is being replaced by the incoming Soldier

1) The DA Form 5434
2) The Welcome Letter
3) ACS Relocation Services
4) Reception
5) Orientation
6) Inprocessing
1) Full
2) Limited
A grade equal to, or higher than, the grade of the individual he or
she is sponsoring.
Rear Detachment Sponsors provide support to the family members
of Soldiers whose unit is deployed.
If a new Soldier declines Sponsorship, a Reactionary Sponsor is
assigned to answer questions and assist the new Soldier just in
case they find themselves in need of assistance.
To transmit Sponsorship requirements to the gaining command.

AR 600-8-8

1) To create a positive first impression for new Soldiers
2) To decrease distractions that may impact Mission
Accomplishment
No. Only active duty and military retirees may be TRICARE
members.
1) TRICARE Prime
2) TRICARE Extra
3) TRICARE Standard
CHAMPUS (Civilian Health and Medical Program of the Uniformed
Services)
Active duty members must simply complete the enrollment form.

TRICARE is the Department of Defense health care system.
No. There is no fee for active duty members and their families.

Approximately 200,000

Yes



The Purple Heart


Yes

No

Yes. The Department of Veteran Affairs pays a special pension.

Decorations are given only to individuals, whereas, awards can be
given to either a unit or an individual.
By attaching the Roman Numeral "2" appurtenance to the
Overseas Service Ribbon.
One

Over one million

Seven


Nineteen

Every 3 years

No, they must earn it.

1) Oak Leaf Cluster
2) Numerals
3) "V" Devices
4) Service Stars
5) Clasps
1) Army Commendation Medal
2) Joint Service Achievement Medal
3) Army Achievement Medal
1) Presidential Unit Citation
2) Valorous Unit Award
3) Joint Meritorious Unit Award
4) Meritorious Unit Citation
Any military or civilian personnel wounded or killed in action against
an armed enemy.
AR 600-8-22

1) Marksmanship
2) Combat and Special Skills
3) Identification
4) Foreign
Appurtenances


1) Medal of Honor
2) Distinguished Service Cross
3) Defense Distinguished Service Medal
Heroism and Achievement

The Good Conduct Medal

The Distinguished Service Cross

1) Distinguished Flying Cross
2) Bronze Star
3) Air Medal
4) ARCOM
5) Joint Service Commendation Medal
Two awards of the CIB.


DA Form 638

A rope-like device worn to signify the award of certain foreign
awards.
Certificate of Achievement
The Good Conduct Medal Certificate
Award Recommendation Sheet
Certificate of Appreciation
Awards bestowed upon Soldiers for acts of gallantry or service.
Certificate of Training
The Grade, Name and Unit of the Person receiving the award.

"For Military Merit"

"For Military Achievement"

"Honor, Efficiency and Fidelity"
The acceptance of danger or extraordinary circumstances, with
praiseworthy fortitude and courage beyond that which is expected.

The profile of the Roman Goddess "Minerva" (the Goddess of
Wisdom and Righteous War).
Completion of the Warrior Leader Course (formally called Primary
Leadership Development Course or PLDC).

Successful completion of an MOS producing course, such as
Advanced Individual Training (AIT).
For acts of heroism or service that do not warrant the award of
either the Soldiers Medal or the Bronze Star.
Any person who occupies a position that is indispensable to the
organization, activity, or project.
Any decoration, medal, badge, ribbon or appurtenance presented
to a Soldier or Unit.
Exemplary courage that is demonstrated in attaining a noble end.

Heroism in combat.
Exemplary behavior, Efficiency, and Fidelity.

The Soldiers Medal

The Distinguished Service Medal
The Medal of Honor
One


Three


According to AR 600-8-22, there is no time limit for the
recommendation of the Purple Heart. An individual will receive it if
the specific criteria for award are met and able to be proven.

Heroism, not involving combat, but with a voluntary risk of one's life
to save another.
2 years

The Good Conduct Medal Clasp

Soldiers are not recommended for the Purple Heart, there is
specific criteria to receive it.
The Purple Heart

Audie Murphy


The Civil War
1 January 1997


1) Temporarily, while serving with units that have received the
award, OR
2) Permanently, if the Soldier was actually assigned or attached to
the unit when it received the award
It is presented at the White House by the President of the U.S. or a
personal representative.
AR 672-5-1


The Purple Heart

The President
An O-5 or higher, but usually the Battalion Commander.

Anyone having knowledge of an outstanding act of achievement or
heroism.
The Company Commander

An O-6 or higher.

Congress

HQDA

Dr. Mary Walker in 1865 (Civil War)

Initially it receives a FLASH precedence. All follow-ups however,
receive an IMMEDIATE precedence.
No

1) Decon as soon as possible
2) Decon only what is necessary
3) Decon as far forward as possible
4) Decon by priority
The use of germs or toxins to cause death and sickness.
Microorganisms that can cause disease in plants, animals and
humans.
Masks should be inspected at least monthly. They should also be
inspected before, during and after training sessions.
"Dose rate" is exposure to radiation per hour, while "total dose rate"
is the overall accumulation.
Any insect that can be used to spread biological agents.
MOPP 0 = Mask is carried, everything else is accessible
MOPP 1 = CPOGs are worn
MOPP 2 = CPOGs and boots
MOPP 3 = CPOGs, boots and mask
MOPP 4 = CPOGs, boots, mask and gloves
A blue triangular sign with the word "BIO" written in red.
A yellow triangular sign with the word "GAS" written in red.

A white triangular sign with the word "ATOM" written in black.

It should be used when exposed to blood gas. The ampoule should
be crushed and placed in the protective mask so the fumes can be
inhaled.
Into Three Categories:
1) Persistent
2) Non-Persistent
3) Dusty
By placing the hand over the outlet and exhaling.
10 to 15 minutes for the second kit and 10 to 15 minutes for the
third kit.


At least ten seconds

Five
Three

Nine Seconds

15 seconds with a hood and 9 seconds without a hood.

At least one quart per hour.

The second and third kits should be given immediately.



Within 60 seconds


Nerve Gas




1) Forehead straps
2) Cheek straps
3) Temple straps
No

Pink Skin

Natural and Industrial Gasses such as ammonia and carbon
monoxide.

1) Low explosive Artillery or Mortars
2) Bombs that "pop" instead of explode
3) Mist sprayed from an aircraft
1) Bacteria
2) Fungi
3) Viruses
4) Rickettsiae
1) Liquid
2) Solid
3) Gas
1) Marking
2) Obscuring
3) Protecting
4) Screening
1) Blast
2) Electromagnetic
3) Nuclear
4) Thermal
1) Nerve
2) Blister
3) Choking
4) Blood
1) Heat
2) Blast
3) Radiation
1) Avoid Contamination
2) Protection
3) Decontamination
1) Thorough
2) Immediate
3) Operational
1) Air
2) Ground
3) Subsurface
1) Individual
2) Buddy Team
3) Triple Buddy Team
G and V
1) Verbal
2) Banging on Metal
3) Hand and Arm Signals
The initial blast due to the extreme heat and flying objects caused
by high winds.

Nerve

Yes


1) Smoke from an unknown source is present
2) Suspicious odor is present
3) Soldier is in an area of suspected attack
4) The position is actually hit by a NBC attack
1) G and V Nerve Agents
2) Blister Agents
Burns received as a direct result of the initial flash and thermal
radiation from a nuclear explosion.
1) Mist or fog sprayed from an aircraft
2) Large number of insects
3) Dead animals
4) Mysterious illness
5) Artillery bursts with low intensity explosives
6) Bombs that "pop" instead of exploding
1) Artillery and Mortars
2) Bombs
3) Aerial Spray
4) Individuals
1) Under tracked vehicles
2) Walls
3) Ditches
4) Culverts
5) Basements
1) Decontaminating Solution #2 or "DS2"
2) Super Tropical Bleach or "STB"
1) Removing
2) Neutralizing
3) Destroying
1) Skin Decontamination
2) Personal Wipe Down
3) Operator Spray Down
1) Toxins
2) Pathogens
1) Immediate Hazards
2) Residual Hazards
The Biological Integrated Detection System (BIDS)

1) Rips, cracks and tears
2) Broken or missing fasteners
3) If the rubber is sticky
4) If exposed to petroleum products
1) Hunger
2) Thirst
3) Visual and Audio impairment
4) Decreased Performance
5) Heat Stress
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating
Chemical Protective Outer Garment
Joint Service Lightweight Suit Technology
Nuclear, Biological, Chemical
Skin Decontamination Kit
Chemical Attack

Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear
Mission Oriented Protective Posture
1) Light
2) Moisture
3) Temperature
1) Date, Time and Location of Attack
2) Means of Delivery
3) Type of Burst (air or ground)
4) Type of Agent (if known)
1) Date, Time and Location of Attack
2) Flash to Bang Time
3) Type of Burst
4) Approximate Nuclear Cloud Measurements
A disease that can be naturally transmitted from animals to
humans.
The byproducts of pathogens, plants and animals.
It is a personnel radioactivity dosimeter that measures total gamma
radiation. It is used by pointing the instrument at the sun (or bright
light) and looking through the lens.
An agent that is designed to cause temporary physical or mental
effects that prevent personnel from performing their duties.

To detect radiation
It is the initial observers report of the use of NBC weapons. It
determines where, when, what type and how an NBC attack
occurred.
Detect the presence of chemicals.

The initial blast and heat from explosion.

It is used to measure total dosage of radiation received.
Personal Hygiene and Immunizations

Very quickly, while avoiding depressions, vegetation and kicking up
dust.
By washing with warm soapy water

Atropine

"Individual Equipment Decontamination Kit." It's the
decontamination kit used for personal equipment
Three


M291

The M17A1 has a tube inside the mask that allows the Soldier to
drink and give artificial respiration while fully masked.
Eight minutes (buddy assisted)


The US will not use Biological Warfare under any circumstances,
but reserves the right to use Nuclear Weapons if the President
deems their use to be necessary.
Surfaces that are hot, dirty, oily or greasy.

Spontaneous Combustion


Triangular; eleven and a half inches (on the top) by eight inches by
eight inches.
1) Move to cover quickly (if expedient)
2) Drop flat on ground and cover face with arms
3) Close the eyes
4) Protect any exposed skin from heat rays
5) Stay in position until the initial wave passes and debris is no
longer falling
1) Stop Breathing and Close Eyes
2) Mask
3) Clear and check the mask
4) Sound the alarm
5) Continue the mission
Wiping the eyes, mouth or open wounds.

It should be pinned on the left flap of the jacket of the Soldier who
received the injection.
1) Touching anything
2) Stirring up dust
1) Fleas
2) Lice
3) Ticks
4) Mosquitoes
1) Alpha
2) Beta
3) Gamma
When the filter gets wet or is exposed to a blood agent.

When it is possible that a chemical or biological attack may occur.

When it is likely that a chemical or biological attack may occur.

When protection against chemical or biological vapors is
necessary.
When chemical or biological agents are present and a high degree
of protection is necessary.
Red, Yellow or Green


After

If the Soldier is right handed the paper should be attached to the
upper right arm, left wrist and right ankle. It should be the opposite
for left-handed personnel.
Chemical
Choking

DS2 (Decontaminating Solution #2)

Outward


FM 3-3

FM 3-5

FM 3-11
FM 3-11.4
FM 3-3-1

FM 3-7
A toxin

The air burst

1) Cities
2) Large congregations of Soldiers
3) Crops
4) Flocks of animals
The NBC 1 Report

The US President

The person in command

The person's receiving the aid.

The lack of wind and sunlight make it possible for chemical agents
to persist.

No. But they are authorized to act as a supervisor.


The legal authority, by virtue of rank or assignment, to exercise
control over subordinates.
The NCO channel of communications that runs parallel to, and
reinforces the Chain of Command.
Position or status held by individuals in the military.
Rank = is a Title
Grade = an Administrative Classification
Leadership = Directly influences subordinates
Management = Indirectly influences subordinates
Through subordinate commanders and leaders
1) Date of Rank
2) Time in Active Service
3) Date of Birth
The NCO Support Channel begins with the CSM and ends with the
Section, Squad or Team Leader.
The Chain of Command punishes those who challenge the
authority given to NCOs.
The skills, ability and leadership to effectively train and lead
Soldiers in combat.

Grade or Assignment

No. The CSM is the NCO Support Channel Supervisor.

Chaplains


Authority and Responsibility
20 December 1976

4 July 1966

1) Chain of Command
2) NCO Support Channel
3) Staff and Technical Channels
As much authority as is necessary to complete the mission.


The NCO Support Channel


1) General Officers
2) Field Officers
3) Company Officers
4) Warrant Officers
5) Cadets
6) Candidates
7) Senior NCOs
8) Jr. NCOs and SPCs
9) Privates
The legal and moral obligation to do what needs to be done,
without being told to do so.
An accountability for your actions.
The CSM acts as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to Commanders at
the Battalion level and higher. The CSM also supervises the NCO
Support Channel for the unit.
A Leader
The leadership and training of Soldiers.
The hierarchal system of control through which command is
exercised.
Members of other services, that have grade of rank equivalent to
the Army's, have equal status with those Soldiers in the Army.

The Private
The SMA is the Senior Sergeant Major of the Army. The SMA
serves as the Senior Enlisted Advisor to the Army Chief of Staff.

It begins with the Private at the bottom and ends with the President
of the United States at the top.
AR 600-20


The Squad Leader


The Senior NCO of the unit


The President of the US

No

Yes


Six

Yes, according to Article Three of the Code of Conduct.

Yes, if they are senior to them.

1) Make oral or written confessions
2) Appeal for surrender
3) Provide personal histories
4) Answer questions
"When questioned, should I become a prisoner of war, I am
required to give name, rank, service number and date of birth. I will
evade answering further questions to the utmost of my ability. I will
make no oral or written statements disloyal to my country and its
allies or harmful to their cause."
"If I become a prisoner of war, I will keep faith with my fellow
prisoners. I will give no information or take part in any action which
might be harmful to my comrades. If I am senior, I will take
command. If not, I will obey the lawful orders of those appointed
over me and back them up in every way."
"I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country
and our way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense."

"I will never forget that I am an American, fighting for freedom,
responsible for my actions, and dedicated to the principles which
made my country free. I will trust in my God and in the United
States of America."
"If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available. I
will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape. I will
accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy."
"I will never surrender of my own free will. If in command, I will
never surrender the members of my command while they still have
the means to resist."
"I am an American, fighting in the forces which guard my country
and our way of life."
No

No

AR 350-30

Duty

The Manual of Courts-Martial.

Survival Evasion Resistance Escape
Executive Order 10631, President Eisenhower, 17 AUG 1955


1) Name
2) Rank
3) Service Number
4) Date of Birth
To escape and aid others in escape.
President Reagan amended the Code of Conduct so that it was
gender neutral.

1) Courage
2) Dedication
3) Motivation
In 1977 by President Carter and in 1988 by President Reagan.

As soon as possible. (It's when you're closest to your own lines!)

Weapons and documents of intelligence value.

1977, President Carter, Executive Order 12017


1988, President Reagan, Executive Order 12633


Article Three

It was created as a guide to Soldiers on how to act in a situation of
capture.
No. Gun Salutes to people are always odd numbered.

No

At six paces
All members of the command are required to be at the Command
Reveille or Retreat.

1) State the unit section or name
2) State your rank and name
3) State whether the line is secure or not
4) Ask how you may be of assistance
As the leader of the free world, we are now expected to protect the
interests of our allies, as well as our own.
20 Seconds
40 Seconds

Ten days

One, unless specifically authorized by the Commanding General of
a MACOM to do otherwise.

The Army Song has four versus and three refrains.

It should quickly be raised to full-staff before somberly being
lowered to half-staff.
The same as reporting to an Officer, minus the salute.

"Sir" or "Ma'am"

"Specialist" or "Corporal"
"Sergeant Major"
"Private"

"Sergeant"

They should be addressed as "Soldier."


Nothing. A folded US flag is considered to be a "cased" Color and
should not be saluted.
1) The vehicle should come to a halt
2) The Soldier in charge should dismount the vehicle and render
the salute
3) The other Soldiers should remain in the vehicle and sit at
attention
"Ma'am""

On the left side of the Senior Soldier.


No, the commanders salute from their vehicles.


No
Yes, except when the Officer is performing duties as a Pay Call
Officer.
It is not required by regulation however, it is customary to stand at
attention for all Service Songs.

No

Yes. If the Enlisted Soldier is a Medal of Honor recipient.


1) Cannon Salutes
2) Ruffles and Flourishes
3) Honor Guards
4) Parades
5) Reviews of Troops
1) When reporting accountability in formation
2) When reporting to the President of a board
3) When turning over a formation
4) When the NCO is a Medal of Honor recipient
1) When in a place of worship (i.e. a chapel)
2) When indoors and not on duty
3) When attending an official reception
4) When seated as a member or while attending a Court or a Board

1) To Render Honors
2) Preserve Tradition
3) Stimulate Esprit de Corps
In old Rome, it was the custom to say farewell to your fallen
comrades three times.
No


Traditions practiced by the military.
Drum and Trumpet Honors given to people.
A Bugle or a CD quality sound system


1) Reviews
2) Retreats
3) Reveilles
4) Honor Guards
5) Funerals
6) Parades
1) When engaged in a work detail
2) When actively engaged in athletics
3) When operating a vehicle
AR 600-25 "Salutes, Honors and Visits of Courtesy"

The Adjutant's Call

The National Anthem
Manual of Arms and Infantry Tactics

1) Freedom
2) Justice
3) Truth
4) Equality
The respect and consideration that military service members show
to others.
It was originally entitled "The Caisson Song." It was composed by
Lieutenant Edmund L. Gruber in 1908.

The Salute

The Union

The "Casualty Assistance Command" provides funeral honors for
deceased military personnel.
1) To notify the sentries to begin challenging until sunrise
2) To order rank and file to return to their quarters and remain there

"Tattoo" is 28 bars long. It's usually sounded at 2100 hours and
indicates that it is time for "lights out" and quiet in the barracks.

12


Three Seconds under normal circumstances--Five Seconds for a
funeral service.
The Minuteman Flag, if it is authorized to be flown on that
installation.

To support and defend the ideals of the US Constitution and to win
the Nation's wars.
The salute is a sign of respect and confidence that Soldiers in good
standing exchange with one another.
The "Star Spangled Banner" was written by Francis Scott Key while
he was held as a POW on a British ship during the bombardment
of Fort McHenry, 14 September 1814.
Taps

"This We'll Defend"
The US Army, because it is the senior military service.


A "Salute to the Nation" (One gun is fired for each State in the
Union)
Uniformed Soldiers in formation should be at "Parade Rest"
Uniformed Soldiers not in formation should be at "Attention."
The Soldier should bow his or her head
The Soldier's Creed



1) Stand at Attention
2) Face the flag or music
3) If under arms, salute
Just the Soldier in charge of the detail should come to attention and
render the salute.

The Soldier should:
1) Come to Attention
2) Face the Flag or Music
3) Render the Salute
Prisoners, who are serving time for a criminal offense, may not
salute because they have dishonored their profession.
1) Retreat
2) To the Colors
The greeting of the day
One for each State

Mourning

"At Ease" should be called for Field Grade Officers and above.

Right after World War II

In the winter of 1778, Baron Friedrich Von Steuben, a former
Prussian Military Officer, began training the American Army in the
Manual of Arms and Infantry Tactics.
1) To the National Anthem
2) Foreign National Anthems
3) To the Color
4) When rendering honors to the Army Chief of Staff or someone of
higher status
1) Stand at Attention
2) Uncover
3) Hold the headdress over the left shoulder with the right hand
over the heart
4) If there is no headdress, hold the right hand over the heart
When carrying a weapon:
1) In Hand
2) By Sling
3) In a Holster
When the vehicle is at a halt, with the engine turned off.

Only on the command of "Present, Arms."
1) While performing Sentry Duty indoors
2) When reporting to your commander
3) When reporting to a military board
4) When reporting to a Pay Officer
5) At indoor ceremonies
3 March 1931


It was dedicated on Veteran's Day, 11 November 1956.

1898, the beginning of the Spanish-American War.

When under arms


Foreign Soldiers march ahead of the main US element. However, a
small honor escort of US Soldiers precedes them.

FM 3-21.5


The Army

1) Corporals
2) First Sergeants
3) Sergeants Major
The Secretary of the Army


The Installation Commander

Forrest Gaz
The Soldier in charge of the formation, brings the formation to
attention, and then only the Soldier in charge salutes.
The first Soldier to see an Officer approach should call the group to
attention and then everyone should salute.
The Junior Soldier present, then in ascending order.

The Senior person first, then in descending order.

A Commissioned Officer

It shows that the Soldier recognizes and respects the rank or
position held by their Senior.
It is a sign of loyalty to the US and the principles that we stand for.

Inspection Arms


"Order Arms" or "Sling Arms."
Order Arms

Conducting movements based on a uniform rhythm. This is
measured in steps or counts per minute.
Cadence equaling 180 counts per minute.
Oral orders given by the leader or commander of a formation.
The rise and fall of the tone and pitch of voice.
The lateral space between Soldiers measured by an arms length.

Cadence equaling 120 counts per minute.
An oral order given by subordinate leaders in a formation to ensure
that the primary leader's instructions are understood and executed.

With both commands, the Soldier must keep a normal interval, but
does not have to stay in step. The only difference between the two
commands is that the Soldier may speak at "Route Step."

No. The file furthest right continues to look straight forward.

No

The gathering and arrangement of elements in a organized manner
to receive instruction.
The Position of Attention

The Position of Attention

At close interval, dress right, dress! Ready, Front!

Ten Paces

Eight. (Seven Riflemen and one NCOIC)

Six steps, centered.

Five

Three

From heel to heel.

Only the leader of the formation renders the salute, after he or she
comes to a quick time.
On the Left Flank.

Call the formation to Attention and render the salute.


When wearing a cover, six paces prior to six pace after the colors
pass.
When facing the side of a formation, it is the space from the front to
the rear of the formation.
The space between elements in column or file.
The element that all movement is planned around in a formation.

When facing a formation, it is the space from one side of the
formation to the other.
The leading element of a column.
The place an Officer or NCO is supposed to stand in a formation.

A single line of men side by side.
The organized movement of a formation of Soldiers from one point
to another.
The raised vertical position


No


No

1) Fall In
2) At Ease
3) Rest
"Fix" and "Unfix" Bayonet

1) Rest
2) Parade Rest
3) At Ease
4) Stand At Ease
5) Fall Out
1) Right/Left Shoulder Arms
2) Trail Arms
3) Order Arms
1) Preparatory Command
2) Command of Execution
Line and Column

The Soldier turns on both feet, to the right, 180 degrees.


1) Two-Part
2) Combined
3) Supplementary
4) Directive
5) Mass
One bugler, six pallbearers, seven riflemen and one NCOIC.

"Fall In" and "Receive the Report."
1) Company Mass Formation
2) Company in Line with Platoons in Line
3) Company in Column with Platoons in Column
4) Company in Column with Platoons in Line
1) 15-inch step
2) 30-inch step
3) 30 inch step at a Double Time
"Inspection, Arms!"
"Ready, Port, Arms!"
"Order, Arms!" (or "Sling, Arms!")
"Dismissed!"
30 and 15 inches

1) Step by Step Method
2) By the Numbers Method
3) Talk-Through Method
"Route Step" and "At Ease, March."

"Route Step, March!"


"Fall In" and "Attention"

14 June 1775
FM 3-21.5

1) Half Step
2) Left Step
3) Right Step
4) Backward March
One step or count


The lateral space between elements.
A single line of Soldiers one behind the other.
A military ceremony involving the display and movement of troops
in an organized manner.
1) Confidence
2) Alertness
3) Attention to detail
4) Esprit de Corps
5) Pride
6) Discipline
7) Teamwork
To revoke an improperly given preparatory command.

The "Guide" is responsible for maintaining the direction and rate of
march.
"The Army Goes Rolling Along"

"Ready. Port, Arms."
While at the position of "Rest," a Soldier may eat, drink, smoke, talk
and move (unless specifically told otherwise) as long as the
Soldier's right foot remains in place.
15 inches.

Nine inches to the front, six inches to the rear.

It is an accountability formation.

1) Render Honors
2) Preserve Tradition
3) Stimulate Esprit de Corps
"Port Arms" or "Sling Arms"


All elements should line up abreast of each other.

The first rank takes 2 steps forward
The second rank takes 1 step forward
The third rank stands fast
The fourth rank takes two half steps backward
All elements should dress directly behind one another.

1) Rest
2) Route Step, March
To conquer fear among Soldiers by eliminating individuality and
creating a sense of unity through obedience to orders.
When the formation is composed of more than four columns.

When the right foot hits the ground.


45 degrees


1) Reporting to the President of a Board
2) Reporting Accountability in Formation
3) Saluting a Medal of Honor Recipient
The same foot of the direction that the element should go in.



"Incline around that (object)."


On either foot


"Quick Time, March!"
The Platoon Guide

The Left Foot

When either foot strikes the ground

After the Soldier's weapon has been inspected and returned to him.
OR After the inspecting officer has passed by the Soldier and is in
front of the next person.
"Right Step, March!"


The command will be given as the right foot hits the ground, after
which a double left step will be taken.
The fourth Squad Leader

The Installation Commander

A Prussian Military Officer that is credited with teaching the
American Revolutionary Army discipline through Drill and
Ceremony. He composed the "Blue Book" which is equivalent to
the current day FM 3-21.5.
The Command Sergeant Major's.

A pressure dressing


Turn the casualty's head to the side to prevent choking if he
happens to vomit.
No

Yes, as long as they do not display signs of nausea or shock.
Heavy Bleeding
The casualty grasps at his or her neck with crossed hands.
Manual pressure is applied by placing the hand directly on the
dressing and exerting firm pressure on that spot for 5 to 10
minutes.
Cover the victim with a non-synthetic material and roll them on the
ground.
Soldiers may be involved in operations in which a medical
emergency occurs and medical personnel are not available to
assist.
1) Deformity
2) Pain at the affected location
3) Discoloration
1) One-man = 2 breaths to 15 pumps
2) Two-man = 1 breath to 5 pumps
1) Keep the casualty from hurting himself
2) Ease the casualty to the ground while supporting the head and
neck
3) Do not forcefully hold the jerking limbs
4) Ensure the airway stays open
1) Overexposure to sun
2) Light contact with a hot object
3) Scalding caused by steam or hot water
1) Move casualty to a cool, shaded area
2) Loosen the clothing
3) Have casualty drink a quart of cool water
4) Continue to monitor
1) Deep Sunburn
2) Contact with ignited fluid
They are to be tied in a non-slip knot, directly over the site of the
wound.
1) Keep the feet clean
2) Use foot powder
3) Change socks daily
Frothy fluids will burst from the wound each time the casualty
breathes.
Check for:
1) Redness or discoloration
2) Mild swelling and pain
3) Rapid healing
Check for:
1) Tissue damage greater than 1st degree burn
2) Red, mottled appearance
3) Blisters
4) Wet appearance on surface of skin
5) Considerable swelling over several days
Check for:
1) Deep tissue destruction
2) White or charred appearance of skin
3) Complete loss of all layers of skin
There is intense pain immediately after the poison is ingested.

Two to four inches above the heart.


Cover the casualty's eyes to shut out all light and transport him or
her to a medical facility.
1) Move the casualty to cover
2) Lay the casualty on their back
3) Elevate the legs
4) Loosen clothing
5) Prevent chilling and overheating
6) Reassure the casualty and seek aid
The padding should be placed directly over the field dressing and
then tied off with a non-slip knot over the wound.
1) Seal wound with an airtight material
2) Secure the material in place
3) Cover completely with a dressing
4) Have the casualty lie on his injured side
5) Seek medical attention
1) Tie a half knot
2) Place the stick on the half knot
3) Tie a full knot over the stick
4) Twist and secure the stick
1) Move casualty to a cool, shaded area
2) Loosen the clothing
3) Have the casualty lie on his back
4) Elevate the legs
5) Have casualty drink a quart of cool water
6) Continue to monitor
Immerse the casualty in the coldest water available. If immersion is
not possible, wet the entire body or wrap them in an ice cold sheet
and fan them down. Get them to a medical center as soon as
possible.
A "T" and the time that the tourniquet was applied, should be
marked on the forehead of the casualty.
Place the first two fingers of the hand beside the Adam's apple of
the casualty.
1) Remove casualty to a well ventilated area
2) Remove the contaminated clothing
3) Treat for shock
4) Call for medical assistance
It is determined by the amount of body surface actually burned.

Six

11



Through cleanliness, hygiene and immunizations.
Enough to depress the breastbone one and a half to two inches.

The pulse should be checked after every 12th breath.


Liquid Chemicals: Flush with water
Dry Chemicals: Brush off, then flush with water
White Phosphorous: Smother with water, mud or a wet cloth. Brush
or pick out the particles.
On their back with the knees up in order to relieve pressure on the
abdominal area.
1) Place the sterile pad directly on the wound
2) Wrap the tails around to seal the edges of the dressing
3) Tie the tails in a non-slip knot opposite of the wound
4) Check to ensure the dressing is not too tight
1) Keep the burn clean
2) Keep the burn covered
3) Keep the burn dry
4) Seek medical aid
By applying direct pressure to the site of the wound.

They should be treated as a closed fracture.

1) Remove clothing from the affected area
2) Warm the area with body heat or warm water
3) Dress the affected area
4) Seek additional medical aid
It should be applied as the casualty breathes out and holds his
breath.

The bandages should be tied with the knots against the splint.

They should be treated as if they have a neck or spinal injury. They
should be immobilized and not moved unless necessary.
Until bright red bleeding stops.

Use a non-conductive material. Do not make any direct bodily
contact with the victim.
1) Stop giving respiration
2) Ensure the airway stays open
3) Check the casualty for other injuries
Immediately mask the casualty. If it is a nerve agent, administer the
antidote.

Splint it to the other leg

Seek immediate medical attention


This means that air is entering the stomach instead of the lungs.
The head needs to be readjusted.


1) Trench Foot
2) Immersion Foot
3) Frostbite
1) Chemical
2) Electric
3) Laser
4) Thermal
When the casualty:
1) Has a head injury
2) Abdominal wound
3) Unsplinted fractures in the legs
1) Open (or Compound)
2) Closed (or Simple)
Yes, after it's been splinted.

No, casualties should not be allowed to eat or drink.

1) When a limb has been severed
2) Only as a last resort
The chest thrust

Non-medical personnel who have been selected by the unit to
receive advanced first aid training.
1) Exposure to an open flame
2) Ignited clothing
3) Immersion in hot water
4) Contact with hot objects
5) Electricity
1) Fireman's Carry
2) Pistol Belt Drag
3) Pistol Belt Carry
4) Neck Drag
5) Four Hand Carry
6) Saddleback Carry
1) Don't break or decontaminate blisters
2) Don't apply field dressing to face or genitals
3) Don't use oils or ointments on burns
4) Look for exit and entry wounds (electric burns)
5) Only give small amounts of water to drink
6) Treat the victim for shock
1) Confusion
2) Convulsions
3) Dizziness
4) Headache
5) Paralysis
6) Fluids draining from the ears, nose or mouth
7) Sleepiness
8) Vomiting
9) Slurred speech
10) Unequal pupils
1) Drooling
2) Impaired vision
3) Nausea
4) Stomach Cramps
5) Sudden Headache
6) Tightness of the chest
7) Twitching
8) Unexplained runny nose
9) Localized sweating
1) Convulsions
2) Vomiting
3) Unconsciousness
4) Red, tearing eyes
5) Tightness of the chest
6) Loss of bowel and bladder control
7) Stoppage of breathing
8) Pinpointed pupils
1) Dizziness
2) Headache
3) Heart Flutters
4) Nausea
5) Yawning
6) Ringing in the ears
1) Two-man support carry
2) Two-man arms carry
3) Two-man fore and aft carry
4) Four-hand seat carry
5) Two -and seat carry
1) First stop any bleeding
2) Splint it where it lies
3) Immobilize fractures above and below joints
4) Pad the splints
5) Check for circulation (after tying splints)
6) Use a sling if possible
1) Open the airway and restore breathing
2) Stop bleeding
3) Dress and bandage wounds
4) Treat and Prevent Shock
1) Carotid = side of the neck
2) Femoral = groin
3) Radial = wrist
4) Posterial Tibial = ankle
1) Headache
2) Weakness
3) Dizziness
4) Nausea
5) Excessive Sweating
6) Clammy Skin
7) Muscle Cramps
1) Clammy Skin
2) Nervousness
3) Thirst
4) Confusion
5) Fast Breathing
6) Loss of Blood
7) Blue Skin (around the mouth)
8) Unconsciousness
9) Nausea/Vomiting
10) Profuse sweating
Cramping of the abdominal, leg or arm muscles.
Check for:
1) Responsiveness
2) Breathing
3) Bleeding
4) Shock
5) Fractures
6) Burns
7) Head Injury
8) Seek Medical Aid
1) Hot, dry, skin
2) Absence of sweat
3) Fast pulse
4) Headache
5) Dizziness, nausea, vomiting
6) Mental Confusion
First Degree = Reddening of the skin
Second Degree = Blistering
Third Degree = Charred flesh
1) Heat Cramps
2) Heat Exhaustion
3) Heat Stroke
Arterial = Blood is bright red and spurts with each heartbeat
Venous = Blood is dark red and flows in a steady stream
Capillary = Blood oozes from the wound
1) A Field Dressing
2) A Sodium-Chloride, Bicarbonate Mixture
1) Through unprotected sexual intercourse
2) Through syringes (usually drug use)
1) Prevent or lessen shock
2) Prevent infection
1) Mouth to Mouth
2) Back Pressure Arm Lift
1) Chilblain
2) Immersion and Trench Foot
3) Snow Blindness
4) Dehydration
5) Hypothermia
6) Frostbite
The splint should be padded.



It is Universal Donor

FM 4-25.11

Acquired Immuno Deficiency Syndrome is the end stage of the HIV
infection. This is where the virus has attacked and weakened the
person's immune system.
A cold weather injury that occurs due to the prolonged exposure of
skin to the elements in temperatures between 32 and 60 degrees.
Infection and bleeding lesions can be the result.

The initial medical treatment given to a casualty, before
professional treatment is made available.
First Aid that a Soldier gives to him or herself.
Blindness caused by the reflection of light off of the ice or snow to
the eyes. It can be prevented by wearing eye protection.
A fracture that occurs under the skin.
A band of material used to constrict blood flow. It is tied around
limbs in order to stop severe bleeding.
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation is the combination of chest
compressions and rescue breathing.
The place where the ribs and breastbone meet at the center of the
lower chest.
The Pistol-Belt Carry

A general dehydration of the body through a loss of water and salt
generally through perspiration.
There isn't one

The affected area of the skin becomes numb and forms white
particles or patches.
Remove the victim from the source of the burn.

Stop the bleeding

Dental Plaque

The tongue

Carbon Monoxide

1) Stop Bleeding
2) Overcome Shock
3) Relieve Pain
4) Prevent Infection
1) Apply a field dressing
2) Apply manual pressure
3) Elevate the injured limb
4) Apply a pressure dressing
5) Apply a tourniquet
1) Contact the nearest poison center
2) Do not induce vomiting (unless told otherwise)
3) The casualty will probably need to drink water or milk to dilute
the poison
In the event of a nuclear attack, it is meant to provide support for
up to 100 Soldiers for 72 hours.
Splint it to the other leg
Splint it where it lies.

1) The plastic wrapper of the field dressing
2) MRE bags

1) Bayonet
2) Rifle
3) Entrenching Tool
4) Tent Poles
5) Tent Pegs
6) Web Belt
COLD
C = Keep it Clean
O = Prevent Overheating
L = Dress Loosely and in Layers
D = Keep it Dry
The casualty may die.

CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation)

At a rate of 80 to 100 compressions per minute.

The broken bone itself, above and below the joint.

Double check all bandages and splints to ensure that they are
secure.
Urgent = Evacuate within 2 hours
Priority = Evacuate within 4 hours
Routine = Evacuate within 24 hours
1) Jaw-Thrust Method
2) Head Tilt, Chin Lift Method
The Back Pressure Arm Lift Method, because both the casualty
and the first aid giver are masked.
Any one of the following:
1) 2nd degree burns covering more than 30% of the body surface
2) 3rd degree burns covering more than 2% of the body surface
3) 3rd degree burns covering sensitive areas (hands, face, etc)
4) All burns that are complicated by fractures, respiratory tract, or
other major injuries.

Any one of the following:
1) 1st degree burns covering less than 20% of the body surface
2) 2nd degree burns covering less than 15% of the body surface
3) 3rd degree burns covering less than 2% of the body surface

Any one of the following:
1) 1st degree burns that cover 50 to 75% of the body surface
2) 2nd degree burns covering 15 to 30% of the body surface
3) 3rd degree burns covering 2 to 10% of the body surface
1) A doctor says to stop
2) When relieved by someone else
3) The aid giver cannot physically continue
4) The casualty starts breathing unassisted
No


The casualty's first aid dressing


Dressings should be applied directly over the clothing. Do not
remove the clothing from the wound.
When there is a possibility that the casualty has a neck or back
injury.
1) The casualty has an abdominal wound
2) The casualty is pregnant
3) The casualty is too large to wrap your arms around his or her
abdomen
A tourniquet should only be loosened by medical personnel.
The boots should not be removed unless they are being used to
help stabilize a neck injury.
1) In a chemical environment
2) When the clothing is stuck to the wound

The organs should be wrapped in a clean, dry material and placed
on top of the abdomen. The organs should never be placed back in
the stomach.
As soon as possible. Never stop giving treatment to a casualty to
seek aid, but if possible, send another Soldier for help.

1) Around a limb
2) Between the wound and the heart
3) Two to four inches above the wound
4) Never directly on a joint
Heat Stroke

Soldiers who are:
1) Not yet acclimated to the heat
2) Overweight
3) Already dehydrated
If air gets into the chest cavity the lungs may collapse and the
casualty will suffocate.
To prevent further damage to the wound.

The morphine hides the signs and symptoms that medical officers
need to see in order to treat the injury.
1) To control bleeding
2) To protect against germs and infection
10 Steps

Never on land. However, when two friendly ships of war meet at
sea both of the nation's flags may dip simultaneously.
The National Colors have a yellow gold fringe trim on three sides.

The Union should first be cut from the flag; then both the Union and
striped sections should be burned together.

The small swallow-tailed shape flag that is carried by companies,
troops and batteries.
A triangular shaped flag used for various military purposes.
Red = Hardiness and Valor
White = Purity and Innocence
Blue = Vigilance, Perseverance and Justice
Six Steps


The stars are arranged in four rows of five and five rows of six.

There are six white stripes and seven red stripes. They are
arranged in an alternating pattern starting and ending with a red
stripe.
It is contingent upon weather conditions, special events and
holidays.
30 Days


FOUR:
1) Eagle
2) Ball
3) Acorn
4) Spearhead
One

30 Personnel


There are 13 stripes--one for each of the original 13 colonies.

It should be flown at Half-mast until Noon and then Full-Mast from
Noon to Retreat.
With proper illumination

Feet first (stripes first)

The flag should first be raised to the full-staff position, before being
lowered.
The flag is quickly hoisted to the full-staff position and held for a
moment, before being slowly lowered to the half-staff position.

The Union should be draped at the head of the casket, over the left
shoulder.
Yes
Not typically. However, the UN Flag can fly over the US Flag at the
UN headquarters in New York and the Chaplain's Flag can be flown
over it while at sea.
1) The US Capitol (Washington DC)
2) Fort McHenry (Baltimore, MD)
3) Francis Scott Key's grave
4) World War Memorial (Worcester, MA)
5) USS Arizona Memorial (Pearl Harbor)
1) The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
2) Arlington National Cemetery
3) The Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor
The five military branches of the United States.


1) Razor = for separating the Union from the stripes of the US Flag
2) 45 Caliber Bullet = for defense
3) Matches = For burning the Flag

1) Colors
2) Standards
3) Ensigns
4) Guidons
5) Pennants
1) Garrison
2) Post
3) Field
4) Storm
5) Internment
Flat or Hanging Free

Right Shoulder Arms and Present Arms


50, 60 or 75 feet (60 feet is most common)

Storm Flag = 5 feet by 9 1/2 feet
Post Flag = 8 feet 11 3/8 inches by 17 feet
Garrison Flag = 20 feet by 38 feet
AR 840-10
12-Jun-56
14-Jun-56

The Three Branches of Government: Executive, Legislative and
Judicial.
1) Colors (carried by dismounted troops)
2) Standard (carried by mounted troops)
3) Ensign (naval term)
Close Interval

The decorative ornament at the top of a flagpole.
The Union Jack is a blue background with 50 white stars. It is flown
on U.S. ships that are at anchor or tied to a pier.
It is a flag flown on naval vessels to show nationality.
The length of a flag
The width of a flag when flat. Or the "height" of the flag (from the
Union to the bottom Stripe) when flown on the flagpole.
The Union is the blue background with 50 white stars.
20 seconds

The monument found at the base of the main post flag pole.

It is the retirement of the Colors from the activities of the day.
It is called the"Truk" and represents the "Shot Heard Around the
World," fired at Lexington, Massachusetts, on 19 April 1775.

The shape of a "cocked hat"

6 foot 8 inch hoist by 12 foot fly
The vertical raised position

The Stars

It must be the same size as the Union of the National Color.
The Storm and Internment Flags

1775. It represents the year the Army was established.

Never

In times of distress or emergency

On holidays and special occasions.
Only when distinguished visitors are present and only when a
Positional Field Flag is flown.
During inclement weather
Daily, except in times of inclement weather or on special occasions
or holidays.
Yorktown 1781

Lexington 1775

The Command Sergeant Major

Betsy Ross
The Post Master General


Yes



No
No


Yes, they are non-combatants until they reach the ground.

Yes. If the parachutist uses a weapon upon descent or refuses to
surrender upon reaching the ground.

Yes. However, a POW may not be tried for just fighting on the side
of the enemy.

No

Yes, if it is for their protection and use.

The work must not be:
1) Humiliating
2) Dangerous
3) Unhealthy
4) Militarily related
Any neutral state that is responsible for ensuring and safeguarding
the interests of protected individuals.
With a red cross on a white background

It originated through various lawmaking treaties and customs.
Any violation of the Law of War.
The spokesperson is chosen every six months by secret ballot.


143


There were four conventions, collectively known as the "Geneva
Conventions for the Protection of War Victims."
61


There are five categories that determine how much pay the POW is
entitled to by their captor if forced to work.
The Soldier should treat them as if they were their own family.


Yes. Orders do not absolve a Soldier of wrongdoing.


Death

Trial by Court Martial
The Soldier should report the violation up the chain of command.


Only the minimum necessary force should be used to neutralize the
situation.

A receipt

Yes

Yes, so long as they are not "emergency" parachutist. (i.e., a pilot
whose plane was shot down)
Yes. Even if they are not an Officer.

Yes

1) Adequate food, clothing and shelter
2) Medical care
3) Protection from violence and abuse
4) Protection from the danger of combat
When the building is being actively used by the enemy for military
purposes.


The International Committee of the Red Cross.

Yes


To escape and aid others in escape.

1) To provide Prisoner identification
2) Obey all lawful rules and regulations
3) Maintain military bearing and discipline
4) Perform legal paid labor
1) Fight only enemy combatants
2) Don't kill or torture prisoners
3) Treat all civilians humanely
4) Destroy no more than needed
5) Don't steal (respect private property)
1) To send and receive mail
2) Practice their religion
3) Receive adequate medical care
4) To keep their personal possessions (except weapons and
military documents)
1) Domestic Services
2) Public utilities and works
3) Agricultural
4) Camp Administration and maintenance
1) Taking hostages
2) Faking surrender
3) Illegally using medical service symbols
4) Booby trapping dead or wounded Soldiers
5) Using captives or civilians to place or find booby traps and mines

1) Search
2) Silence
3) Segregate
4) Speed
5) Safeguard
The Geneva Conventions for the Protection of War Victims.


1) Geneva Conventions
2) Hague Conventions
3) Roerich Pact
Identity Cards and Personal Papers

1) To prevent abuse
2) Ensure that they cannot escape
3) Ensure they arrive safely at a processing point
Forbidden targets, tactics and techniques of fighting.

The prevention and reporting of unlawful acts and orders.

It protects Artistic, Scientific and Historic monuments and
institutions.
Regulations in regard to the handling of enemy captives and
detainees.
Responsibility toward civilians and their private property in the war
zone.
FM 27-10

1) Officers
2) NCOs
3) Junior Enlisted
4) Civilians
5) Gender
6) Political Ideology
Soldiers are responsible to obey all legal orders but, are obligated
to disobey and report all illegal orders.

The Geneva Conventions Identification Card (more commonly
known as the Military ID Card).
1) Religious, Artistic or Scientific Institutions
2) Historical Monuments
3) Hospitals
4) Schools and Orphanages
The US treaty with Prussia in 1785 It was authored by John Adams,
Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson.
General Order Number 100 by the US Army in 1863.

It identifies the Soldier's POW category.

1) 30 days confinement
2) Extra Duty
3) Deprivation of Privileges for similar periods
1) Date and time of capture
2) Place of capture
3) Circumstances of capture
4) Capturing unit
1) Name
2) Rank
3) Service Number
4) Date of Birth
It allows the POW to inform their next of kin of their whereabouts
and state of health.
To provide guidelines on the treatment of POWs.

1) To protect against unnecessary suffering
2) To preserve human rights
3) To expedite the restoration of peace
Weapons and documents of intelligence value (i.e., maps, military
documents, etc).
The Red Crescent and the Red Shield of David.


They are valuable sources of intelligence information.

The Red Cross

1) The most useful information is received because the POWs
were treated humanely.
2) Information obtained through torture is usually unreliable.
Supervisory

1) Name
2) Rank
3) Service Number
4) Date of Birth
5) Prison Address
6) State of Health
1 February 1956

Protection against sexual abuse


When the military authority determines that they need to clear a
combat zone or that it is apparent that the civilians are in immediate
danger.
Only if the Soldier has been specifically designated to perform
medical duties.
12 August 1949, Geneva Switzerland

The Geneva Convention of 12 AUG 1949

27-2

FM 27-10

1) Chaplains
2) Medical Personnel
1) Civilians
2) Medical Personnel
3) Chaplains
4) Those Soldiers who surrender or are sick or wounded
Only a "Competent Tribunal" of the capturing nation

1) Chain of Command
2) Inspector General
3) Provost Marshall
4) Chaplain
5) Judge Advocate
It is in harmony with our beliefs as a nation.

1) To protect females from sexual assault
2) To prevent ideological conflicts
3) To keep leaders from organizing escapes
They may have vital intelligence information.


The weapons could be booby-trapped.


To keep them subdued and to prevent them from planning escape
or resistance.
No

1) Port Arms with a Rifle, or
2) Raised Pistol with a handgun
The power and authority to cause bodily harm or death.
Yes
A secret word that is known only to the guards and their command.
The response to the parole word is both parts of the countersign.

It is specified in the Special Orders

Four Hours


Three
1) Halt them at 10 paces away
2) Advance one to be recognized
3) Have him set his ID on the ground and move back
4) Check the ID, challenge him and receive the password
5) Let them pass if satisfied
1) Commander of the Relief
2) Sergeant of the Guard
3) Officer of the Day
4) Field Officer of the Day
5) Guard Mount Commander
1) Halt
2) Face the music, person or colors
3) Present Arms
No. Guards shall only obey the orders of the chain of command for
their post.


1) Death, or
2) Other punishment as directed by a Court Martial

Yes

1) Lookouts
2) Listening Posts
3) Outposts
4) Patrols
1) Search
2) Segregate
3) Silence
4) Speed
5) Safeguard
1) Interior
2) Exterior
3) Special
The Challenge and Password
24 Hours

To memorize and comply with his General and Special Orders.
The hours of darkness, poor visibility and any other time specified
by the Special Orders.
The instruction, discipline and performance of the guard.

1) Know the General Orders
2) Be weapon qualified

Formal and Informal

Special and General Orders

He or she protects resources not specifically protected by the main
guard force.
He or she performs special duties and acts as a replacement guard
when another sentinel is deemed unfit for duty.
1) Size
2) Activity
3) Location
4) Unit
5) Time
6) Equipment
FM 22-6
The post itself and all government resources in view.

The particular duties of a guard specifically applying to the post he
or she is at.
Field Officer of the Day
The Patrol System


1) The Main Guard Force (those currently on duty)
2) The Reserve Guard Force (consisting of two relief shifts)
Two Hours


It is the same procedure as if challenging individuals on foot. The
only difference is that one or more of the challenged persons
should dismount the vehicle for identification.
Court Martial

A special unit that preserves order, protects resources and
enforces military regulations within a designated area.
"I will guard everything within the limits of my post and quit my post
only when properly relieved."
"I will obey my Special Orders and perform all my duties in a
military manner."
"I will report violations of my Special Orders, emergencies and
anything not covered in my instructions to the commander of the
relief."
1) Self Defense - the guard or other personnel face an imminent
threat that may cause death or serious bodily harm.
2) To prevent the theft or destruction of the government resources
he is guarding.
1) When specific duties prevents it (i.e., directing traffic).
2) When at a post that requires challenging.
Exterior Guards


Use only the minimum amount of force necessary.


The Commander of the Relief

The Post Commander
The Commander of the Relief



The Commander of the Guard


An emergency may arise that would require immediate attention.

No

Distance between the highest and lowest points measured on a
map.
Align North on a compass with North on a map.

Eight digit = within 10 meters
Six digit = within 100 meters
Four digit = within 1000 meters
A series of contour lines very close together, sometimes even
touching.
"U" or "V" shaped contour lines pointing to high ground.
The contour lines form concentric circles. The center circle
indicates the top of the hill.
Normally represented by the "hourglass" shape found between two
hills.
"U" or "V" shaped contour lines pointing away from high ground.

Maps are usually named after the largest city on the map or the
most prominent geographical or cultural feature.
When a stream or river crosses over contour lines on a map, a "V"
is drawn pointing up stream.
Three:
1) True North
2) Magnetic North
3) Grid North
Degrees = 360
Mils = 6400
Grads = 400
At least two


17.7 mils
Two: Degrees and Mils

Two

Right, then up.

With either a single or double dotted line.

By adding the GMA
By subtracting the GMA

Land terrain association. (Align the map with features on the
ground).
Enemy forces are drawn with double lines.

1) Foreign Maps
2) Photomaps
3) Tourist Maps
4) City and Utility Maps
5) Atlases
Toward Magnetic North

1) Photomosaic Maps
2) Topographic Maps
3) Photomap
4) Planimetric Maps
5) Special Maps
Gray = Alternative color for brown
Yellow = Built up areas
Pink = Political boundaries
Blue = Water
Red = Roads
Black = Manmade objects
Green = Vegetation
Brown = Contour lines
1) Meters
2) Statute Miles
3) Nautical Miles
1) Mountain
2) Rocky Plateau
3) Sand or Dune
1) The center hold method
2) The compass-to-cheek method
The compass should be held level, firm and away from metal and
sources of electricity.

Imaginary lines that show changes in elevation.

They are every fifth contour line on a map. They are darker than
the other contour lines and have the elevation written on it.
Intermediate contour lines that lie in between the index lines. They
are finer and not numbered.
Imaginary lines that run East and West, measured in degrees from
North to South. They indicate the distance from the equator.

Imaginary lines that run North and South, measured in degrees
from East to West. They indicate the distance from the Prime
Meridian.
1) Luminous East and West symbols
2) Luminous magnetic arrow
3) Bezel ring that "clicks" when turned
Supplementary contour lines indicate sudden changes in elevation
and are drawn as dashes.
1) Gentle
2) Convex
3) Concave
4) Steep
1) Hill
2) Valley
3) Ridge
4) Saddle
5) Depression
1) Draw
2) Spur
3) Cliff
4) Cut
5) Fill
1) Known starting point
2) Known distance
3) Known azimuth
1) Small
2) Medium
3) Large
1) Base
2) Cover
3) Lens
1) Index
2) Intermediate
3) Supplementary
1) North Star Method
2) Watch Method
3) Shadow Tip Method
Black

Blue = Friendly Forces
Red = Enemy Forces
Green = Engineering Obstacles
Yellow = Areas of Contamination
Black = Boundaries
Symbols that represent topographic features on a map.
Forward Line of Own Troops
Shape Orientation Size Elevation Slope
For every one unit of measure on the map, it is actually 50,000
times larger in reality.
The difference between distances on a map as compared to real
distances on the ground.
Parallels
Meridians
1) Northeast
2) Southeast
3) Northwest
4) Southwest
1) Distances, locations, and heights
2) Best routes to travel
3) Areas of cover and concealment
Marginal data

A back azimuth is the complete opposite of an azimuth. It is
obtained by either adding 180 degrees (if the azimuth is 180
degrees or less) or subtracting 180 degrees (if the azimuth is 180
degrees or more).
The vertical distance between contour lines.
An aerial photograph upon which grid lines, place names and
marginal data has been added.
A resection is a method of finding one's location on the map, when
unsure of their whereabouts. It is done by taking two back azimuths
from two separate, distant points, and plotting them on the map.
Where they cross is the individuals current location.

A map that displays both natural and manmade objects and terrain
features.
A marker that indicates elevation at a certain point.
A feature on the lensatic compass designed to assist Soldiers
when conducting Land Navigation in the dark.
A map with a scale of 1:75,000 or larger.
A transparency, placed over a map, with information drawn on it
that will enhance the accuracy of that specific map.
A map is a graphic representation of the earth's surface as seen
from above, drawn to scale on a horizontal plane.
A map with a scale larger than 1:1,000,000 but smaller than
1:75,000.
It is a previously unknown point that was found by using a known
azimuth, distance and starting point.
A map with a scale of 1:1,000,000 or smaller.
A horizontal angle, measured in degrees, mils or grads, that
expresses a direction.
An intersection is a method of finding an inaccessible or distant
object's location on a map when unknown. It is done by shooting
two separate azimuths from two separate points toward the object
in question. Where these lines meet is the location of the object.

The angular difference between: True North and Magnetic North;
True North and Grid North; or Magnetic North and Grid North.

A tool in the marginal data that is used to convert the distance on a
map to actual ground distance.
The line that borders the edge of the map.
Military maps indicate elevation and are marked with grid lines.

"GMA" or Grid Magnetic Angle

1000 meters (or one kilometer)
M2 Compass

It provides the reader with instruction on the map's size, symbols
and usage.
Universal Traverse Mercator or "UTM" grid system.

The Bar Scale


It must be oriented

It is designed for areas located between 84 degrees North Latitude
and 80 degrees South Latitude.
1) Metallic objects (i.e., weapons and jewelry)
2) Sources of electricity (i.e., power lines)
1) Protractor
2) Compass
1) Begin from a known starting point, and
2) Proper orientation of the map
1) Land terrain association method
2) The compass method
The Lensatic Compass

120 times

Grid North

The Equator
The Prime Meridian
The Artillery
FM 3-35.26

Greenwich, England

1) The Lensatic Compass
2) The M2 (Artillery Compass)
A bezel ring "clicks" to assist Soldiers when conducting Land
Navigation in the dark. Each "click" indicates a three degree
change in direction.
Aerial photomaps are more detailed and up to date than most
conventional maps.

1) Lead in peace to be prepared for war
2) Develop individual leaders
3) Develop leadership teams
4) Decentralize
Character and Competence

Your direct subordinates
1) The accomplishment of the Mission
2) The welfare of the troops
(**In that order**)
1) Authorization
2) Probable Cause

An attitude that ensures that Soldiers will promptly follow orders or
take proper action in the absence of orders.
Motivating others to accomplish the mission.
An exchange of information
Yes

Duties = guidelines of what is expected of a Soldier
Tasks = Elements that make up duties
Two-way communication provides more detail.

Technical Knowledge = Knowledge of how to operate the
equipment
Tactical Knowledge = Knowledge of how to employ the
equipment.
The transactional style only gets short-term commitment from
subordinate Soldiers and discourages risk taking and innovation.

STT is an opportunity for unit NCOs to give hands-on practical
training to the Soldiers. The training should be dedicated to
essential battlefield tasks.
Societal standards of behavior
TRUE


1) UCMJ
2) SOPs
3) Traffic Laws
1) Stress honesty
2) Keep Soldiers informed
3) Open lines of communication
4) Identify and counsel those who spread rumors
1) Grade, or
2) Assignment
Through your actions and behavior
1) By demonstrating technical and tactical proficiency.
2) By caring for the Soldiers and the Soldier's families.
Four:
1) Physical Needs
2) Security Needs
3) Social Needs
4) Higher Needs
Two: Sending and Receiving

Eleven
By clearly stating the purpose of the counseling session.
With good manners and courtesy

Personal


Performance


1) Subordinate
2) Peer
3) Senior
4) Self-interest
Feedback



No

No, with the exception of the President of the US.

Yes


Yes

Yes

Yes

No. The leader should encourage the Soldiers to solve their own
problems, but give advice on how to do so.
1) Interpret the situation
2) Analyze all factors
3) Choose the best course of action
4) Implement the chosen course of action
A misunderstanding of the other man's problems and challenges.

1) Know yourself and seek self-improvement.
2) Be technically and tactically proficient.
3) Seek responsibility and take responsibility for your actions.
4) Make sound and timely decisions.
5) Set the example.
6) Know your soldiers and look out for their well-being.
7) Keep subordinates informed.
8) Develop a sense of responsibility in your subordinates.
9) Ensure the task is understood, supervised, and accomplished.
10) Build the team.
11) Employ your unit in accordance to its capabilities
1) People
2) Equipment
3) Resources
4) Training
5) Facilities
1) Self-Control
2) Balance
3) Stability
1) Move
2) Shoot
3) Communicate
4) Secure
5) Sustain
1) Performance
2) Professional
3) Personal
4) Integration
5) Discipline
1) Technical
2) Interpersonal
3) Conceptual
4) Tactical
1) The Led
2) The Leader
3) The situation
4) Communication
1) Communication
2) Decision making
3) Planning
4) Professional Ethics
5) Soldier Team Development
6) Technical and Tactical Proficiency
7) Use of Systems
8) Teaching and Counseling
9) Supervision
1) Establish communications
2) Make the person feel at ease
3) Listen to the problem
4) Don't insult the person (by saying the problem is trivial or
common)
5) Develop confidence with the person
1) After announcing an inspection - do it!
2) Give praise when due
3) Make corrections when needed
4) Insist on compliance with standards
1) Morale
2) Religious Faith
3) Leadership
4) Patriotism
5) Group Ties
6) Success
7) Discipline
1) Formation
2) Enrichment
3) Sustainment
1) Directive
2) Non-Directive
3) Combined
1) Job Security
2) Promotion Opportunity
3) Approval of peers and subordinates
1) Influencing
2) Operating
3) Improving
1) Be a good role model
2) Develop ethics in subordinates
3) Don't create ethical dilemmas for subordinates
1) Direct
2) Organizational
3) Strategic
1) EXPLAIN the training objective
2) Give the Soldiers PRACTICE
3) TEST the Soldiers on the task
1) Formal
2) Informal
1) Directed
2) Implied
3) Specified
1) Leaders Teach the Army Values
2) Leaders reinforce the Army Values
3) Leaders shape the ethical climate

Army Values and Leader Attributes

The American Red Cross



The principles and standards that guide people to do what is right.

What a leader says or does to direct and influence his
subordinates.
1) Listening
2) Watching
3) Responding
4) Questioning
5) Guiding
1) Training Soldiers
2) Maintaining Discipline
3) Welfare of the Soldiers
4) Maintenance of Government Property
5) Execution of Missions
6) Supporting the Chain of Command
1) Competitive Activities
2) Loyalty
3) Open Channel of Communications
4) Tough Training
5) High Performance Standards
1) Boredom
2) Rumors
3) Enemy Operations
4) Casualties
5) Continuous Operations
1) Religion
2) Increased competence
3) Feeling needed
4) To serve a worthwhile cause
1) Military Activities
2) Sports Activities
3) Social Activities
4) Spiritual Activities
1) Mass punishment
2) Threats of punishment
3) Verbal and written reprimands
4) UCMJ Action
1) Distance
2) Noise of Battle
3) Anything that may distract either the sender or receiver
1) Promotions
2) Awards and Rewards
3) Setting the Example
4) Making Tasks Challenging
5) Establishing Goals and Standards
1) Institutional Training
2) Operational Assignments
3) Self-Development
1) Critical Reasoning
2) Creative Thinking
3) Ethical Reasoning
1) Who
2) What
3) Where
4) Why
5) When
1) Directing
2) Participating
3) Delegating
4) Transformational
5) Transactional
1) Speaking
2) Reading
3) Writing
4) Listening
1) Talking too much
2) Giving unnecessary advice
3) Not listening
4) Projecting personal preferences
1) Persuading
2) Advising
3) Recommending
4) Suggesting
1) Morale
2) Cohesion
3) Proficiency
4) Discipline
1) Identify the need
2) Planning and Preparation
3) Conducting the Session
4) Follow-up
1) Credibility
2) Respect for subordinates
3) Empathy
4) Self and Cultural Awareness
1) Candor
2) Courage
3) Competence
4) Commitment
1) Provide Influence
2) Provide Purpose
3) Provide Direction
4) Provide Motivation
5) Operate
6) Improve
***Remember "LDRSHIP"***
1) Loyalty
2) Duty
3) Respect
4) Selfless Service
5) Honor
6) Integrity
7) Personal Courage
1) Recognize and define the problem
2) Gather facts and make assumptions
3) Develop possible solutions
4) Analyze and compare solutions
5) Select the best course of action
6) Assess the results
1) Physical
2) Psychological
1) Event Oriented
2) Performance and Professional Growth
1) Physical Courage
2) Moral Courage
1) Formal
2) Informal
1) Direct
2) Indirect
Barriers

Individual Performance

1) Physical
2) Emotional
3) Mental
The DA Form 4856 (Developmental Counseling Form)

Make ethical decisions

1) Code of Conduct
2) UCMJ
3) Code of Ethics for Government Service
4) Oath of Allegiance to the Constitution
To give subordinate Soldiers the authority to conduct tasks--while
giving yourself the ability to observe while not getting in the way.

1) Experience
2) Environment
3) Learning
1) Purpose
2) Flexibility
3) Respect
4) Communication
5) Support
1) Loyalty
2) Integrity
3) Duty
4) Selfless Service
Positive Reinforcement

Recognize incidents of unrest


The bond of trust and respect between Soldiers in a unit.
Giving authority for subordinates to act.
The spirit of enthusiasm, honor and pride within a unit.
The utilization of resources to accomplish the mission at hand
1) An individual's state of mind
2) How the Soldier feels about the unit
3) The individual's confidence in himself
Influencing others to accomplish the mission.
How well a Soldier or unit can meet the prescribed standards of a
mission.
The observation of a task to ensure that it is done properly.
The ability to communicate without offense.
The ideology and belief among US Soldiers that the mission always
comes first, and that failure is not an option.
Something that you hold to be true.
A written or spoken law
Anyone that supervises people in the accomplishment of a mission
or task.
Principles are guidelines
Something held to be of worth
Obedience

Influencing a Soldier face-to-face.
Influencing a Soldier via doctrine.

The leader

The opening moments

An understanding of human beings.

"Training the Force"
Stereotyping



1) It is unannounced, and
2) Requires no preparation by the Soldier being inspected
Moral Discipline
A style that focuses on "transforming" Soldiers by challenging them
to overcome their immediate needs and self-interest for a higher
interest.
Successful accomplishment of the mission while preserving the
dignity of the Soldier.
Character an adherence to the Army Values.

The legal right to take action and direct subordinates.
The ability to effectively act despite fear.
A unit that accomplishes its assigned mission with minimal time
and resources.
Communication between a leader and subordinate to plan a course
of action that will lead to improved performance or behavior.

Principles = Guidelines
Traits = Personal Qualities
To fight and win the nation's wars.

Confident and Competent leaders of Character.
Being prepared

How the inspection is conducted

Leadership in combat

To guide the session
Tactical Skills

To help Soldiers
To successfully accomplish the mission
To ensure:
1) The health and welfare of Soldiers, and
2) The maintenance, serviceability and accountability of
government property
1) Establishing a Buddy System
2) Setting the Example
3) Emphasizing Safety
4) Training as a Unit
5) Training as you will fight
1) Judgment
2) Willpower
3) Self-discipline
4) Initiative
5) Self-Confidence
6) Intelligence
7) Cultural Awareness
1) Good Health
2) Physical Fitness
3) Military Bearing
FM 22-100

Follow up to ensure the orders are being carried out to standard.

Supervise the task


1) Laws and Regulations
2) National Values
3) Army Values
4) Unit Values
5) Personal Values
6) Institutional Pressure
1) Hunger
2) Anxiety
3) Fear
4) Illness
5) Fatigue
1) Mess
2) Mail
3) Military Justice
4) Supply
5) Billets
1) Standards
2) Human Nature
3) Yourself
4) Your Job
5) Your Unit
1) Active Listening
2) Responding
3) Questioning
1) Communicating
2) Supervising
3) Counseling
1) Message
2) Content
3) Context
1) Teamwork
2) Discipline

1) Field Craft
2) Doctrine
Values and Attributes

You will lose your Soldiers respect and loyalty.

Observing


As the situation requires, but at least quarterly.

1) When time is short
2) The leader knows what must be done, and
3) When the counseled Soldier lacks problem solving abilities.
DA Form 4856 E

The Squad Leader

Psychological Barriers

The NCOs


The NCOs

1) Apply what you know
2) Act
3) Do what you must
No

No. All Rating Officials must also include their AKO email
addresses.

Yes. It is posted on the Rating Scheme, which should be found
within the Company area.

No

No
It is the published chain of raters within a unit. It specifies the Rater,
Senior Rater and Reviewer of the Rated NCO.
When a change in Senior Rater occurs, the outgoing Senior Rater
may direct that a report be conducted on any NCO whom her or
she has been the Senior Rater of for at least 60 days.

An NCO, who is serving in an overseas position for a period of 14
months or less, may receive a report from his or her rater, as long
as there are more than 59and less than 90 rated days in the rating
period.
It is a program that provides a way for NCOs to prevent and correct
injustices and violations of regulations as they apply to the NCOER.

An NCOER is a formal, written evaluation given to all NCOs (E-5
and up). It identifies and recognizes the NCOs performance
capabilities and is the basis for counseling by rating officials.
The NCO initials and dates the checklist.


None

SEVEN:
1) Annual
2) Change of Rater
3) Relief for Cause
4) Complete the Record
5) 60 Day Rater Option
6) Temporary Duty, Special Duty or Compassionate Reassignment
7) 60 Day Senior Rater Option

"Exempt from APFT requirement in accordance with AR 40-501."




Relief For Cause



None


The word "Profile" with the year and month that the profile was
awarded.


Yes. However, this can only occur when:
1) A Military Supervisor is not available.
2) The Civilian Supervisor is in the best position to evaluate the
NCO, and
3) The Civilian is at least a GS-6 or above.
Yes. In Part IIc the following note will be made: "NCO refuses to
sign" or "NCO is not available for signature."

No

Normally, just a "Pass" or "Fail" with the year and month of the
APFT is entered. However, APFT Scores can be entered into the
section in order to justify a "Needs Improvement" or "Excellence"
rating.
Part I = Administrative Data
Part II = Authentication
Part III = Duty Description
Part IV = Army Values/Attributes/Skills/Actions
Part V = Overall Performance and Potential
1) Excellence (Exceeds Standards)
2) Success (Meets Standards)
3) Needs Improvement (Some)
4) Needs Improvement (Much)
1) Competence
2) Physical Fitness & Military Bearing
3) Leadership
4) Training
5) Responsibility & Accountability
DA Form 2166-8
BE, KNOW, DO


1) Promotions
2) Assignments
3) School Selection
4) MOS Classifications
5) Qualitative Management
6) CMF Designation
1) Communications
2) Supervision
3) Soldier-Team Development
4) Teaching and Counseling
5) Technical and Tactical Proficiency
6) Use of Available Systems
7) Decision-Making
8) Professional Ethics
9) Planning
1) Among the Best
2) Fully Capable
3) Marginal

Initial
Later
Later
Later
Mandatory and Optional
Loyalty Duty Respect/EO/EEO Selfless Service Honor Integrity
Personal Courage
AR 623-205
This is counseling that does not dwell on past mistakes, rather it
focuses on what can be done better in the future.
Non-Commissioned Officer Evaluation Report
Lack of rater qualifications

The signature represents accuracy of the report. It does not
necessarily represent agreement with the evaluation of the raters.

1) Rater
2) Senior Rater
3) Rated NCO
4) Reviewer
Bullets are short, concise comments that make a specific point.
They are one to two typed lines that justify an NICO's rating in the
Values and Responsibilities section of the NCOER.

Counseling that "Looks Forward."

The NCO Counseling Checklist.
There is no minimum period. A "Relief for Cause" report MUST be
done whenever an NCO is relieved from a rated duty, regardless of
the rating period involved.
Two months (60 days)

30 days

Three rated months (90 days)



There is no minimum time period required for a reviewer.

Key points of what the NCO has done or will do in that quarter.
These points will assist the rater in writing the NCOER.
The primary purpose of the NCOER is to facilitate the professional
development of the NCO by identifying both weaknesses and
strengths in the rated NCO.
The Rating Scheme
Successful/Superior = This area is broken down even further with
a scale of 1 to 3, with "1" being the highest or best rating. A "1" or
"2" rating indicates that the Soldier is a very good and solid
performer, strongly recommended for promotion. A "3" is also
indicative of good performance and is a recommendation for
promotion, if slots are available.
Fair = This indicates that the NCO requires more training and
observation and should not be promoted at this time.
Poor = This indicates that the NCO performs weakly or has some
deficiencies. Do not promote this NCO as he or she needs to
improve significantly in one or more areas.
"Pass" or "Fail" and the date of the last APFT. If no APFT was
taken due to a profile, then the word "Profile," along with the year
and month that the profile was awarded, should be entered.

The report period should be extended until the minimum
requirements are met.

Change of Rater Report for both the NCO and the NCO's
subordinates.


"S"

Within the first 30 days of each rating period and quarterly
thereafter.
Typically the Soldier has Five Years from the completion date of
the NCOER in question. Administrative appeals however, are
considered regardless of the time period.

The Unit Level

Part III


Prominently in the Company area or work section.

"Excellence" and "Needs Improvement" ratings.
The Physical Fitness/Military Bearing Block



Rater: Primarily evaluates the NCO's performance. The Rater is
also responsible for the counseling.
Senior Rater: Primarily evaluates the NCO's potential. The Senior
Rater is also responsible for overseeing the Performance or Rater's
Evaluation.
Reviewer: Oversees the entire NCOER process and ensures that
everything is done to standard. He or she only interferes with the
process when he or she disagrees with the Rater or Senior Rater's
assessments.
The Senior Rater

All NCOs (E-5 and above) in the US Army, National Guard and
Reserve.
One to Two Pounds

Through a combination of exercise and diet.

The maximum force a muscle or set of muscles can exert in one
movement.
Fixed Circuits are timed, whereas Free Circuits have a set number
of repetitions that must be done, regardless of time.
1) Collective Tasks
2) Individual Tasks
3) Leader Tasks
4) Resources required for training
Through Stretching

Through the 2 Mile Run.

Through the 2 Minute Push-up and Sit-up Events.

Two Weeks
Two Weeks

Eight:
1) "Extend to the Left, March!"
2) "Arms downward, Move!"
3) "Left, Face!"
4) "Extend to the Left, March!"
5) "Arms downward, Move!"
6) "Right, Face!"
7) "From Front to Rear, Count Off!"
8) "Even Numbers to the Left, Uncover!"
No


HDL
1) APFT Failures
2) Weight Control
3) Medical Profiles
4) Those over the age of 40 without a medical screening
1) Swimming
2) Bicycling
3) Cross-Country Skiing
1) Weight Control
2) Nutrition
3) Diet
4) Stress Management
5) Spiritual and Ethical Fitness
1) Muscle Power
2) Agility
3) Speed
4) Hand-eye coordination
5) Foot-eye coordination
Heart Disease

Initial Entry Training Standards and Regular Army Standards
1) Decreased Stress and Anxiety
2) Increased Muscular Strength and Endurance
3) Reduced Risk of Disease
"Circle Formation, Follow Me."

1) Frequency
2) Intensity
3) Time
4) Type
**Remember "ACES"**
1) Agility
2) Coordination
3) Endurance
4) Strength
** Remember "PROVRBS"**
1) Progression
2) Regularity
3) Overload
4) Variety
5) Recovery
6) Balance
7) Specificity
1) Toughing
2) Slow Improvement
3) Sustaining
1) Unit PT
2) Individual PT
3) Special Population PT
1) Preparatory
2) Conditioning
3) Maintenance
Fixed and Free

1) Bench pressing your body weight once, or
2) Leg pressing your body weight once
1) Cigarettes
2) High Blood Pressure
3) High Blood Cholesterol
"Arms downward, Move!"

"Assemble to the Right, March!"
The Standing Toe Touch


1) Frequency
2) Intensity
3) Time
4) Type
FM 21-20

The Extended Rectangular or the Circular Formation.

"Maximum Oxygen Consumption" is how efficiently the heart
pumps oxygenated blood to the muscles.
The Physical Profile Form
Master Fitness Trainer
Conducting a variety of exercises at a variety of different stations.

"High Density Lipoprotein" is a type of cholesterol.
"Low Density Lipoprotein" is a type of cholesterol.
All muscle, bone and essential organ tissue, other than body fat.

By Running

1) Guerrilla Exercises
2) Circuit Interval Training
3) Grass Drills
The APFT Scorecard
The ability of a muscle or set of muscles, to conduct repetitions
with moderate resistance, for a specified period of time.

No more than Three Percent.

60 points on each event.

Effective Leadership

To ensure that Soldiers are physically fit and capable of performing
their duties during times of peace and war.
Isokinetic


Lean Body Mass and Body Fat

The Standing Toe Touch and the Yardstick Protocol.

1) Facilities
2) Environmental Conditions
3) Emergency Procedures
4) Traffic Conditions
5) Individual Soldier's level of conditioning
Stretching in both the warm up and cool down sessions.
1) Warm-up
2) Conditioning
3) Cool-down
Cardio Respiratory and Muscular Endurance

1) Too long of rest periods
2) Unprepared leadership
3) Too large of a group
4) Extreme formality
5) Inadequate facilities
At least one per 15 Soldiers.

Working to Failure



AR 350-1 (Chapter 1, Part 21)

The after operations PMCS


Fluid is leaking, but not enough to form drops while inspected.
The leak of fluid is enough to form drops, but not enough to cause
the fluid to drip while being inspected.
The leak of fluid is actually enough to form drops that fall while
being inspected.
Conducting inspections and maintenance on equipment to "fix"
problems before they occur.
Shortcomings are faults that require maintenance, but does not
render the equipment "Not Mission Capable." A Deficiency
completely deadlines a piece of equipment.
15 days

1) X
2) Circle X
3) Horizontal Dash
4) Diagonal Slash
5) Personal Initials
1) Operator
2) Unit or Organizational
3) Direct Support
4) General Support
5) Depot
1) Before
2) During
3) After
AR 385-55

1) Fire Extinguisher
2) Highway Warning Kit
3) First Aid Kit
DA PAM 750-8

Army Oil Analysis Program
Basic Issue Items
Battalion Motor Officer
Maintenance Assistance and Instruction Team
Not Mission Capable
Not Operationally Ready
National Stock Number
Prescribed Load List
Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services
Petroleum Oil and Lubricants
Standard Army Maintenance System
"The Army Maintenance Management System" was designed to
control and manage equipment maintenance through the use of
forms and records.
Technical Inspection
Technical Manual
That lubrication was performed.
DA Form 2407


1) DA Form 2404
2) SF 91
3) DD Form 518
4) DD Form 1970
5) SF 96
A "Unit Identification Code" is a six digit code assigned to every
Army unit.
A "Unit Identification Code" is a six digit code assigned to every
Army unit.
Uncorrected Fault Record
It is used to order parts.
Maintenance Request Form
Motor Equipment Utilization Report
Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record
Operator's Report of Motor Vehicle Accident.
"Technical Manuals" provide guidance on equipment repair, for
specific pieces of equipment.
US Government Motor Vehicle Operator's ID Card
An "X"

Motor Pool Operations

Operator, crew and unit level maintenance.

The "Maintenance Management Update" is referred to for
maintenance policies and guidelines.
To designate responsibility and instill a sense of pride and
ownership.
The 10 Series Operator's Manual

The 20 Series


Conduct vehicle inspections and ensure that the cargo is secure.

That the driver has a OF 346 (Motor Vehicle Operators ID Card)
and a DA Form 348 (Operators qualification record).
1) Operational
2) Maintenance
3) Historical
Any "X" (deadlined) deficiencies



Technical Manuals

DD Form 314 - Preventive Maintenance Schedule and Record


Initials indicate that the equipment is in satisfactory condition, or
that a fault has been corrected.
1) DD Form 1970 - Vehicle Utilization Record
2) DA Form 2401 - Organizational Control Record of Equipment
Ten


The largest non-passenger and non-hazardous cargo vehicle
should travel at the rear to act as a protective convoy block.

PMCS should be performed before, during and after use of a piece
of equipment. At a minimum PMCS should occur at weekly and
monthly intervals.
When there have been at least three demands for it in the last 180
days.
1) When doing maintenance
2) When loaded on rail cars
3) When parked on an incline
In that piece of equipments 10 Series Technical Manual.

Commanders and the Motor or Maintenance Officer.

The operators assigned to a piece of equipment.

FLAG
SGT = 350 Points
SSG = 450 Points



No. The promotion board should only consist of questions and
answers.
No. Once the Promotion Board begins, the membership must
remain the same.


No


12 months

A Soldier will only retain his or her promotion if he or she finishes
the NCOES School that is required for the grade in question.

A demonstration, over a sustained period of time, that clearly
indicates that an individual is unable to perform the duties and
responsibilities expected of someone in their grade, position and
MOS.
90 Days


The promotion board should consist of at least three voting
members and a recorder without a vote. There may be more
members, however, there should always be an odd number of
voting members present.
Four:
1) Omar Bradley
2) Douglas MacArthur
3) Dwight D. Eisenhower
4) George C. Marshall
The Soldier must be given a written notice at least 15 working days
prior to the hearing.


Two:
1) Primary Zone
2) Secondary Zone
On a monthly basis, prior to the 15th of each month.

1) Date of Rank
2) Length of Active Federal Service in the Army (when DORs are
the same)
3) Length of Total Active Federal Service (when #1 and #2 are the
same)
4) Date of Birth (when #1, #2 and #3 are the same).
It is retained (in accordance with the Missing Persons Act).


The lowest Enlisted grade (PVT)



No. For promotion purposes, the Army uses the Basic Active
Service Data (BASD).

No. The Soldier must display a pattern of inefficiency.


The Board President may choose whether or not he or she is to be
a voting member.
Yes. It is to the discretion of the Board Members to do so.



1) Decentralized (or Unit Level): SPC/CPL and Below
2) Semi-centralized: SGT and SSG
3) Centralized: SFC and Above
1) Administrative
2) Total
1) Initial
2) Total Reevaluation
1) Erroneous enlistment grade
2) Misconduct
3) Inefficiency
4) Failure to complete training (i.e., OCS or Flight School)
5) A discharge from the Army under "other than honorable"
conditions
Noncommissioned Officer Education System
Time in Grade
Time in Service
WLC = Warrior Leader Course
BNCOC = Basic Noncommissioned Officer Course
ANCOC = Advanced Noncommissioned Officer Course
USASMC = United States Army Sergeant Major Course
DA Form 3355

DA Form 3355


DA Form 4187

This is the listing of all Soldiers in the grades of E-4 to E-5 who
have been selected, but not yet promoted to the next highest
grade. The "C-10" roster is also known as the "Recommended
List."
Personnel Services Battalion
The highest rank to ever be held in the US Army is "General of the
Armies of the United States." This title has only been given to two
individuals: General George Washington and General John
Pershing. However, due to a resolution passed by Congress in
1976, General Washington's rank will always have precedence
over all others (including General Pershing).
50 promotion points (for 300 points on the APFT)

800 points

The Soldier must have a high school diploma, GED or higher.


Primary Zone = 34 Months
Secondary Zone = 16 Months

"Below the Zone"

DA Centralized


He may be promoted to E4 as long as he has at least 12 months
Time in Service (regardless of Time in Grade).

PV2, PFC and SPC




AR 600-8-19

1) The next higher authority above the reduction authority (for
SSGs and below).
2) The first General Officer in the chain of command above the
reduction authority (for SFC and above).
Yes


After the PVT has 6 Months TIS.

When the PFC has 24 Months TIS and 6 Months TIMIG.

At least one voting member of the board must be the same gender
as those being evaluated. If this is not possible, the reason must be
recorded as part of the official board proceedings.

SFC and above

Even though General Pershing held the title of "General of the
Armies of the United States" he was only a Four Star General. This
is because the Five Star rank did not come about until World War
II.
The replacement of damaged, destroyed or lost items by the
Soldier's Unit, because such damage or loss was not the fault of
the individual who the items were issued to.
It is the resulting document of an investigation concerning the
damage, loss or destruction of government property by an
individual.
1) Uniformity of Displays
2) Cleanliness of Soldiers and Equipment
3) Accountability of Property
4) Serviceability of Property
Statements of Charges: are given to Soldiers who admit guilt in the
loss or damage of a piece of equipment.
Reports of Survey: are given to Soldiers who are found guilty
(through an investigation) of the loss or damage of equipment.
Five Days

6 Months
Ten
Statement of Charges


Portion Control

Class I = Rations
Class II = Clothing and Equipment
Class III = Fuel and Lubricants
Class IV = Construction Materials
Class V = Ammunition Class VI = Personal demand items
Class VII = Major end items, including tanks, helicopters, and
radios
Class VIII = Medical
Class IX = Repair parts and components for equipment
maintenance
Class X = Nonstandard items to support nonmilitary programs such
as agriculture and economic development
1) Initial Actions
2) Investigations
3) Approvals
4) Final Actions
5) Appeals
1) Check all items
2) Count all items
3) Verify serial numbers
4) Report differences
5) Sign the Hand Receipt
Supplies that are designed for consumption. For example: food,
fuel, paper, paint, pens and pencils.
1) Not using government property for personal use
2) Turning off lights when not in use
3) Properly maintaining equipment
4) Turning off water faucets when not actively using them
1) Turn off lights when they are not being used
2) Don't leave the water running and report faucet leaks
3) Turn in excess items and equipment to Supply
4) Don't leave vehicles running while parked
5) Properly maintain equipment
6) Conserve fuels and gasoline
1) Turn in
2) Report of Survey
3) Statement of Charges
4) Cash Collection Voucher
1) Inspection In Ranks
2) Full Field Inspection
3) Showdown Inspection
15 calendar days from when the discrepancy was discovered.

The balance (issue) column, above where the Soldier should sign.

Individual responsibility for the items issued.

DA Form 2062

DD Form 362

DA Form 3078


1) DA Form 3645
2) DA Form 3078
The clothing is inventoried, safeguarded and retained in the unit
facilities.
Report of Survey
A voluntary statement, signed by an individual who has lost,
damaged or destroyed government property through neglect. The
Statement of Charges allows a payroll deduction to occur for the
identified property.
The obligation to keep accurate records of items and equipment.

The obligation to care for and properly use equipment and items.

The prevention of waste and abuse of government supplies and
resources.
Temporary Hand Receipt Form

1) To maintain Soldier's health and welfare, and
2) To ensure that the standards for accountability and serviceability
of government property are maintained.
6 Months



1) To save our resources, and
2) To eliminate the waste of U.S. tax dollars
1) To maintain the serviceability of issued items, and
2) To replace items that have become unserviceable
AR 735-5


TM 10-227 (Fitting of Army Uniforms and Footwear, 30 December
2000)

1) Property Books
2) Hand and Sub-hand Receipts
3) Temporary Hand Receipts
4) Equipment Hand Receipts
The items should be inventoried with his or her Squad Leader and
then turned in to Supply for safekeeping.


Inventory all items for accountability and inspect them for
serviceability.
Annually, on the anniversary month of when he or she entered the
Army.
1) A Cash Collection Voucher (DD Form 1131), or
2) A Statement of Charges (DD Form 362)


One for each uniform issued.


The military clothing that a Soldier receives when he or she first
enters the Army.
Quartermaster Laundry

It is every Soldier's responsibility.

No.

No, however, they should all be cooked to avoid parasites.
If it is below 100 Degrees Fahrenheit, drink at least one Pint per
hour. If it is above 100 Degrees Fahrenheit: drink at least one Quart
per hour.
No. All freshwater fish (and saltwater fish caught near freshwater
areas) should be cooked to kill parasites.
Yes, with the exception of beetles, grasshoppers and locusts. The
legs and wings of these should first be removed, and the insect
then must be cooked to kill parasites.
No.


1) Don't walk barefoot
2) Don't consume uncooked meat
3) Don't consume raw vegetables grown in human waste or raw
sewage
1) Don't eat spoiled food
2) Use clean dishes and utensils
3) Decontaminate all water
4) Avoid sudden changes of food and water consumption
First immerse worms in potable water. After a few minutes they will
naturally cleanse themselves and can be eaten raw.
First Aid

1) Plants with a milky sap or sap that turns black when exposed to
air.
2) Mushroom-like plants
3) Plants with carrot-like leaves, roots or tubers
4) Plants resembling onion, garlic, parsnip, parsley or dill
1) Diarrhea
2) Heatstroke
3) Hypothermia
4) Frostbite
5) Parasites
1) Cooking
2) Parboiling
3) Soaking
1) Food
2) Fire
3) First Aid
4) Water
5) Shelter
6) Signals
1) Most Ants
2) Locusts
3) Beetles
4) Grubs
5) Termites
6) Grasshoppers
1) Direct Sunlight
2) Hot Blowing Winds
3) Reflective and Conductive Heat Gain
1) Boredom
2) Anxiety
3) Loneliness
4) Depression
5) Fear
6) Anger
7) Guilt
1) Thirst
2) Fatigue
3) Emotional Instability
4) Low Output of Urine
5) Dark Colored Urine with Strong Odor
1) Get sufficient rest
2) Good personal hygiene
3) Immunization
4) Adequate nutrition
B = Blend
L = Low Silhouette
I = Irregular Shape
S = Small
S = Secluded Location
S = Size up the situation
U = Use all your senses
R = Remember where you are
V = Vanquish fear and panic
I = Improvise
V = Value living
A = Act like the natives
L = Live by your wits
During hours of darkness.

Cattails can provide food as well as medication for burns, sores
and inflammation.
S.O.S. (3 Dots, 3 Dashes, 3 Dots)

An "X" pattern.


A "V" pattern.

The will to survive.

FM 3-05.70
1) Food, shelter and water are scarce
2) Land Navigation is difficult
3) Limited cover and concealment
4) Movement is difficult
The oil from ripe coconuts act as a laxative.

The Company Commander must brief the Battalion Commander.

The Company Level

1) The Unit's Wartime Mission
2) External Directives

The conduct of collective training by more than one echelon at a
time.
Three dimensional objects designed to improve the training
experience.
Developing a unit's tactical and technical proficiency in order to
successfully accomplish the mission.
Tasks and procedures conducted at the conclusion of training.
Training Strategies:
1) Describe the Ends
2) Outline the Ways
3) Allocate the Means to achieve and sustain training proficiency on
METL tasks
Effective Training develops the proficiency teamwork and
cohesiveness of a unit. Efficient Training focuses on the proper use
of training resources.
Training that is planned and prepared for, but not actually
conducted until moments of downtime. (i.e., electric outage,
transportation delays, etc).
A tool that commanders use to organize Battle Tasks.

FTXs should be conducted in the field under simulated battlefield
conditions.
Through Sustainment Training


With a Unit Assessment

No longer than an hour

Ten

One year and up

Six to Eight Weeks

Three Months

No more than two days


On a weekly basis for active components (On a monthly basis for
reserves)
1) Testing
2) ARTEPS
1) As soon as possible after the AAR, and
2) At any other time as determined by the unit commander
Yes

Yes

Yes

1) Move
2) Shoot
3) Communicate
4) Sustain
5) Secure
1) Make commanders the primary trainer
2) Train to maintain and sustain
3) Train and develop leaders
4) Train to adapt
5) Train to standard using appropriate doctrine
1) Training Aids
2) Devices
3) Simulators
4) Simulations
1) Formal
2) Informal
3) Internal
4) External
**Formal and Informal are most commonly used
1) Drills
2) Lane Training
3) Competition
4) Focus on Fundamentals
5) Night and Adverse Weather Training
6) Post-Training Checks
7) Live-Fire Exercises
1) Collective Training
2) Leader Training
3) Individual Training
1) Tasks
2) Conditions
3) Standards
1) Assessment of Completed Training
2) Preparation for Near-Term Training
3) Short-Range Training Plans
1) Reception and Integration
2) Basic Skill Development
3) Advanced Development and Sustainment
1) Initial
2) Refresher
3) Sustainment
1) Long Range
2) Short Range
3) Near Term
Formal and Informal
Conference

1) Honest Mistakes
2) Open Communication
3) Learning
4) Discipline
Planning conducted prior to the execution of training.
Training devices that replicate a system's functions.
Accidents

1) Command and Control
2) Air Defense
3) Maneuvers
4) Intelligence
5) Fire Support
1) Feedback
2) Assessment
3) Standards
4) Warrior Ethos
5) Training Principles
6) Army Culture
7) Values
8) Ethics
1) Report what was planned
2) Establish what happened
3) Determine what went right and wrong
4) Determine how the task should be done differently the next time

1) Gather Materials
2) Announce Training
3) Rehearse Training
4) Revise Training Outline
1) Post the required training events on the calendar
2) Schedule other requirements
3) Schedule all unit controlled exercises and training
4) Post the time management system
1) Night Training 2) Adverse Weather Training

1) Adequate Preparation 2) Effective Presentation 3) Practice 4)
Evaluation
1) Demonstrations 2) Conferences 3) Lectures

Evaluations

FM 7-1

The leader must avoid turning the discussion into a lecture.

They provide direction, while still giving leaders flexibility to adapt to
local conditions.
FM 7-1


1) Field Manuals
2) Army Regulations
3) Training Circulars
4) Soldier's Manuals
5) Mission Training Plans
6) Drill Books
Army Training and Evaluation Program Manual
The Army Training and Leader Development Model
Mission Enemy Terrain Troops Time Available Civilian
Considerations
METL Development
1) Specific Training Objectives
2) Available Resources
The unit's ability to perform it's METL tasks.

An Assessment

1) Aggressiveness
2) Competence and Confidence
3) Excellence through initiative and enthusiasm to learn
4) Loyalty and Dedication
The peacetime concentration on training requirements that will
sustain a units battle readiness.
"Combined Arms Training Strategy" It is a description of the ends,
ways and means to maintain unit readiness.
The Army's process to develop competent and confident leaders.

STT is an opportunity for unit NCOs to give hands-on practical
training to the Soldiers. The training should be dedicated to
essential battlefield tasks.
A collective action that rapidly takes place without a conscious
decision making process.
A mission essential task that must be completed if the next higher
organization's mission essential task is to be considered a success.

A military exercise that involves the forces of more than one nation.

The "Command Post Exercise" requires that a Command Post be
established. It can be conducted either in garrison or in the field.

The "Fire Coordination Exercise" is designed to train fire control
elements to synchronize battlefield fires.
An MOS required within an organization but is held by a minimal
amount of Soldiers.
A "Map Exercise" portrays military situations on both maps and
map overlays.
A "Mission Essential Task List" are the jobs and tasks that a unit
must complete if it is to accomplish it's wartime mission.
Any item that assists in the learning process.
"Tactical Exercise Without Troops." This is an exercise that only
the unit leaders and staff participate in. It is conducted on actual
terrain and focuses on the development of Company and Battalion
Staff.
An "After Action Review" is a structured process by which trainers
receive feedback from the trainees on the effectiveness of the
training exercise.
An evaluation on a unit that is planned and conducted by the
headquarters unit two echelons above the evaluated unit.
A continuous evaluation, usually conducted at Battalion levels and
lower, by all the leaders in the chain of command. This provides
immediate feedback on training proficiency.
An evaluation planned and conducted by the unit receiving the
evaluation.
The "Logistical Coordination Exercise" focuses on improving the
unit's proficiency in such things as supply and transportation.

"Situational Training Exercises" are designed to train Soldiers on
one mission related collective task.
A unit's proficiency in accomplishing its wartime METL tasks.

The personal attention and guidance of the commander.

Combat Support and Combat Service Support units that are task
organized.
The "Center for Army Lessons Learned." is a repository at Ft.
Leavenworth, KS, that stores documented AARs.
Training
Identifying and assessing operational hazards in order to make the
operation safer.
The method of measuring a operational hazard to determine how
likely a specific hazard will cause an accident.
The identification, assessment and control of risks associated with
operational hazards. RM also involves making decisions that
balance the risks taken with the benefits of training.
Battle Focus

The synchronization of Combat Support and Combat Service
Support Systems to compliment and reinforce each other.
Company

Performance-Oriented (hands-on)

Unit Readiness
Training Management issues for the next 6 to 8 weeks.

1) To sustain tasks already mastered
2) To develop proficiency in new tasks
To ensure the new leader gains the minimum level of proficiency
acceptable in the critical tasks he needs to perform his mission.

FM 7-0 establishes the Army Training Doctrine; FM 7-1 shows
leaders how to apply the Army Training Doctrine.
The Battalion

1) The Battalion Staff
2) The Battalion Slice
The ARTEP-MTP


The Soldier's Manual

Leader and Soldier Tasks
Replicate battlefield conditions and train as if it is wartime.

1) Who is being trained?
2) What is the training objective?
3) Which training objective is most suitable
4) What resources are available
5) Which exercise will help meet the unit objectives?
Only training issues and items

Common Tasks that support the METL.

A combination of Initial Training and Sustainment Training.

Battalion and lower

Company level and above

Platoon level and below

1) Tactical SOPs
2) Readiness SOPs
3) Technical Manuals
4) The CAC lessons learned database
5) ARTEP-MTPs for other units
1) Individual Soldier Equipment
2) Crew Served Weapons
3) Major End Items and Subsystems
The Leader Book


Tough, realistic training that is both mentally and physically
challenging.
1) Train the unit to complete the mission
2) Develop Soldiers and Leaders
1) CTT
2) Each skill level of every MOS in the unit

1) Green - Amber - Red
2) Green - Red
1) Motivational
2) Reinforcement
3) Remedial
Battalions and higher
Battalions and higher
The Trainer Should:
1) Tell the Soldier what went wrong
2) Do more practice
3) Test the Soldier again
Four to Six weeks prior to execution

Three months before the start of the plan.
Four months before the fiscal year.

1) When Soldiers are familiar with the topic
2) When time is not a critical factor
3) When there is more than one correct technique or solution
When training large groups of Soldiers (i.e. briefings)

Lectures

Demonstrations

The next higher wartime commander
The CSM and 1SG

The approving authority


The commander

NCOs

The Commander

1) To provide guidance on training schedules
2) To review past training
3) To prepare the near term training plans
Because if equipment and systems are Non Mission Capable then
training cannot happen.
Low density MOS Soldiers sometimes work different hours than the
rest of the unit and are sometimes "forgotten" about when it comes
to scheduling training.
AARs don't determine if the activity was a success or a failure.

So that NCOs can effectively integrate Soldier tasks.

No

No, however NCOs can only be given Extra Duty of a supervisory
nature.
Yes, if the Warrant Officer falls within the Soldier's Chain of
Command.
No, you may demand a Special Court Martial.

The Staff Judge Advocate


Only if a Military Judge is assigned to the trial.

No
No


Yes

No


No, you can demand a Court Martial. (Unless you are on board a
ship in which case you must take the Article 15).
No


Under a forfeiture of pay, the pay is taken and not returned to the
Soldier. Under a detention of pay, the pay is only taken temporarily
and then returned to the Soldier.
An Article 15 is Non-Judicial Punishment, whereas conviction by a
Court Martial is considered to be a federal felony conviction.

A formal rebuke for wrongdoing.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice is the Criminal Justice system
in the US Military.
1) Failure to repair
2) AWOL
3) Disrespecting an NCO or Officer
4) Disobedience to lawful orders
Through an Article 15.

Normally not more than 5 calendar days.

A Formal Article 15 stays in the Soldier's Personnel File
permanently. A Summarized Article 15 is not placed in the 201 File
and is only kept at the unit level. It is eliminated when the Soldier
leaves the unit.
7 days

146 articles and 12 sub-articles
1) Summarized Article 15 = 24 hours
2) Formal Article 15 = 48 hours
Yes. UCMJ applies to every Service Member in every location.


Yes




Yes, it's considered a Felony offense.
No



No, it's a state of order among military personnel.

No, the Commander must include both offenses on one Article 15.



It's to the discretion of the Commander.

No

No


Yes, if specifically requested in writing by the accused.


No. That would be an administrative reduction.


Yes

Yes. If a Soldier receives a Bad Conduct Discharge by either a
General or Special Court Martial, the Soldier may seek to appeal to
the Court of Military Review or the Court of Military Appeals.
Everything else must be appealed to JAG.
Yes



Yes. For E-4's and below, it is required of the unit to post Article 15
punishments for 7 days. For E-5's and above it is to the
Commander's discretion.
No. Extra Duty may be required to be performed at any time and for
any length of time, within the guidelines of the Article 15 itself.

1) Right to remain silent
2) Right to a Military Lawyer
3) Protection against double jeopardy
4) Right to call witnesses
5) Right to a Court Martial
1) Reprimands
2) Fines
3) Reduction in Grade
4) Confinement
5) Hard Labor
6) Death
1) Summary = 1 member
2) Special = No less than 3 members
3) General = No less than 5 members ** Upon request, 1/3 of
Special and General Courts Martial membership can be Enlisted.

1) Summarized
2) Formal
None

AR 27-10
1) Honorable
2) General
3) Undesirable
4) Bad Conduct
5) Dishonorable
1) Company Grade
2) Field Grade
Article 15

Articles 77 to 134

The US Constitution


Status of Force Agreement: in the event that a US Soldier commits
a crime in a foreign country, the host nation may have jurisdiction
over the Soldier that committed the crime.
E-3's and below

1) Duty cannot be cruel or unusual
2) Duty cannot cause ridicule
3) Duty may not be a safety or health hazard
4) Duty cannot normally be considered an honor to perform (i.e.
flag duty)
It is donated to the Old Soldier's Home.

When a Soldier is tried more than once for the same offense,
without his or her permission.
Court Martial Charge Sheet
Non-judicial Punishment given by a Field Grade Officer.
Malingering
Larceny and theft
Assault
This is the General "Catch All" Article, that covers nearly every
offense not covered in the previous 57 Articles.
It is the Military Justice System's equivalent to Miranda Rights. It
establishes and protects a Soldier's rights (i.e., right to remain
silent) when accused of wrongdoing.
It is a formal military hearing that determines if there is enough
evidence to conduct a court martial. It is similar to a grand jury
investigation.
AWOL
Disrespecting a Commissioned Officer
Assaulting or willfully disobeying an Officer.
Insubordinate Conduct to a Warrant Officer, NCO or Petty Officer.

Failure to obey orders
The Extra Duty must be of a supervisory nature and may not
degrade his status as an NCO.
The US Army Court of Criminal Appeals.

The US Court of Military Appeals.
Summarized Article 15

1) 14 days Extra Duty
2) 14 days Restriction
3) 7 days Correctional Custody
4) 7 days forfeiture of pay
5) 14 days Detention of Pay
6) 1 Grade Reduction for E-4s and below
1) Reduction to E-1 (E-4s and below)
2) Reduction one Grade (E-5s and E-6s)
3) Forfeiture of 1/2 months pay for 2 months
4) Detention of pay (1/2 salary for 3 months)
5) Restriction for 60 days
6) 45 days Extra Duty
7) 30 days Correctional Custody (E-1 to E-3)
A dishonorable discharge and five years hard labor.


1) 14 days Restriction
2) 14 days Extra Duty
3) Oral Reprimand
4) Oral Admonishment
1) Confinement and Hard Labor for 6 months
2) Forfeiture of 2/3 month's pay for 6 months
3) Reduction to lowest grade
4) Bad Conduct Discharge
An Article 138 gives a Soldier the opportunity to address a situation
of wrongdoing against them by their Commanding Officer.

1) To correct and reform Soldiers
2) Maintain a record of offenses
3) Handle minor offenses expeditiously
90 days of knowledge of wrongdoing.

1) Right to a hearing
2) Right to an appeal
3) Right to call witnesses
Insuring that the rights of the accused are protected and that due
process is not ignored.
1) Reduce the punishment
2) Drop the Article 15
3) Leave the punishment as it is
Yes



No


Only when on trial at a Special or General Court Martial. If a Soldier
desires legal counsel for anything else, legal representation and
counsel will be at the Soldier's expense.
May 1950
Any person subject to UCMJ.

Any Commander in the Chain of Command of a Soldier.

The Military Judge. However, if a Military Judge is not available
then the President of the Court Martial serves as the Law Officer
instead.
The next higher Commander in the Soldier's Chain of Command.

Three civilians appointed by the President of the US.

All military personnel (excluding ROTC Cadets).
The promotion authority
Any Service Member on Active Duty.

The Senior Officer present at the Court Martial.

The US Congress
Yes, upon request.


Yes, in order to conceal natural balding or physical disfiguration.
The wig must conform to Army hair standards.
Male Soldiers may not wear earrings while in uniform or while
wearing civilian clothes and on duty.
No, only Enlisted personnel.

Not without a medical profile.

Female Soldiers may carry a plain black umbrella, while wearing
the Class A or Class B uniforms.
One inch wide by four and a half inches long.

Worn centered on the left side with the bottom row parallel to the
bottom edge of the nameplate. The rack can be adjusted to
conform to the figure.
Worn in order of precedence, from the wearer's right to left. In one
or more rows, centered 1/8 inch above the left breast pocket.
Award racks can have either 1/8 inch or no space in between.
Half an inch


7/16 of an inch. Rule of Thumb = When the boot is flat on the
ground, if a pencil can be rolled under the edge of the heel; then
the heel should be replaced.

One inch

Females: 1/2 inch above the nameplate
Males: 1/8 inch above right breast pocket
**1/4 inch above any unit awards or foreign awards (for both males
and females)
Worn on the Army Green Uniform, centered on the wearer's left
sleeve, four inches from cuff. The stripes will be sewn on at a 45
degree angle with the lower end toward the inseam.
Five


Three

Two


If ten letters or less: the name shall be printed in black, 3/4 inch,
High Franklin Gothic Condensed lettering. Over ten letters: printed
in black, 1/2 inch, Franklin Gothic Extra Condensed lettering.

It should be worn centered on both collars, one inch above the
collar tips with the centerline of the insignia bisecting the points of
the collar
It should be worn one inch above the collar notches with the center
line of the insignia bisecting the notch and the interior edge of the
insignia parallel to the inside edge of the collar.
Centered on the right breast side, one to two inches above the top
button.
Centered evenly between the top of the button and the top of the
right breast pocket.
Centered, half an inch over the top of the nameplate.

Centered, one eighth of an inch above the right breast pocket.

To the wearer's left.

They should grow upward.

Only if it is a unit requirement.


Yes, during cold weather--except while in formation.
No

No

Yes. According to AR 670-1, while wearing the dress uniform, a
male is authorized to wear suspenders (of a commercial design) as
long as they are not visible.
1) President's Hundred
2) Ranger
3) Special Forces
4) Sapper
The Army Blue and Green dress uniforms.


1) Hospital Duty
2) Food Service
3) Flight
1) Identification
2) Foreign
3) Marksmanship
4) Combat and Special Skills
One inch by three inches by one sixteenth of an inch.

1) Hair will not extend below the bottom edge of the collar.
2) Style will not interfere with the wear of headgear or protective
mask.
3) Hair ties and pins will be of a color similar to the Soldier's hair.

AR 700-84

AR 670-1

Extended Cold Weather Clothing System
Six months service in a war zone.

Three years of Army service.

"Table of Allowances"
1) Black Leather Combat Boot
2) Black Leather Insulated Boot
The Beret

A Combat Patch


1) Army Green Coat and Trousers
2) White Shirt
3) Low Quarters
4) Black Bow Tie
At least an inch, evenly spaced.
1/4 of an inch.


The Combat Vehicle Crewman's Uniform (more commonly known
as the "Tanker's" Uniform).
Long Sleeve Shirt: Sleeve should reach the center of the wrist
bone.
Coats and Jackets: Sleeve should be one inch over the bottom of
the wrist bone.
"Uncle Sam is always Right."

1) Watch
2) ID, MIA, POW or Medical Bracelet
3) Up to two rings
4) Tie Clasp with the neck tie
5) Religious Medallion on a chain (if concealed)
6) Gold, silver, pearl or diamond stud earrings with the Class A or B
uniform (females only)
One inch above to two inches below the back crease of the knee.

1) Low quarters
2) IPFU Windbreaker
3) All Weather Coat
1) All NCO ranks (CPL through SMA)
2) All Officer and Warrant Officer ranks
Either one or two inches.

1) Army National Guard
2) Reservists
3) Unit of Choice Trainees
Female Soldiers while wearing the Maternity Uniform.


When wearing the overblouse with slacks.


1 October 2005


When riding such vehicles as a motorcycle or bicycle.


1) When OCONUS
2) When conducting Field Training
3) When traveling by Aircraft
4) When the Commander mandates it
1) While driving a POV or commercial vehicle.
2) Indoors (except when under arms)
3) When wearing headgear is a safety hazard.
When there is no distinct line separating the four camouflage
colors.
One Eighth of an inch.


Any time the uniform is worn before retreat.

It demonstrates our commitment to fight and win the war that our
nation is engaged in.

Not without an exception to policy.

No


By conducting a "Tape" test.
Two. One to conduct the measurement and one to ensure that the
measurements are conducted properly and recorded.
Three times


After every APFT or once every six months.

The Soldier must be given a negative counseling by the
commander and separation procedures must be initiated. (Unless
health care personnel can find a valid medical reason for the weight
control problem).

On a monthly basis.


The Soldier will be separated from the Army (if no underlying or
associated disease is found to be the cause of the weight issue).


The Soldier can be weighed any time within 30 days of the APFT.


Soldiers in the Weight Control Program:
1) Are not promotable
2) May not attend professional military or civilian schools
3) Cannot hold leadership positions
4) May not reenlist
No. However, in situations where it is impossible to have a male
measure a male or a female measure a female, another Soldier of
the same gender must be present to observe.
1) The Soldier must be counseled by health care personnel.
2) The Soldier is entered into the Weight Control Program by the
Commander.
3) The Soldier is flagged.
To ensure that Soldiers:
1) Are able to meet the physical demands of their duties in combat
conditions
2) Present a trim military appearance at all times
AR 600-9

20% body fat for Males and 26% for Females.


Three to eight pounds per month.


The combination of Lean Body Mass and Body Fat.
A "Tape Test"

1) To provide weight control counseling to overweight Soldiers
2) To identify Soldiers who have a pathological condition or disease
that affects their weight
3) To evaluate overweight Soldiers who are Pregnant, on Profile or
Six months from ETS
AGE Male Female
17-20 20% 30%
21-27 22% 32%
28-39 24% 34%
40+ 26% 36%
Soldiers should aim for a weight that is at least five percent below
their max weight.

The Standard PT Uniform--Shorts, T-shirt, Socks (no shoes)

A non-stretch material, usually fiberglass. Cloth and steel tape
measures should not be used since cloth stretches and steel does
not conform to the human figure.
"You are responsible for reporting to your next duty station in
satisfactory physical condition, able to pass the APFT and meet
weight standards."
Height and Age (Separated into tables for males and females)

The day the Commander counsels the Soldier that he or she is in
the Weight Control Program.

When the Soldier exceeds the percentage of body fat allowed of
them in AR 600-9.
When the Soldier achieves the body fat standard.

Pound and Inch


1) When the Soldier's body fat exceeds the weight table, or
2) When the Commander or Supervisor determines that the
Soldier's appearance indicates that he or she may be overweight.

Company level commanders
All Soldiers
1) It shows a lack of personal discipline
2) It deviates from a trim military appearance
3) It reflects a poor state of health, physical fitness and stamina

Creeping

One Meter


Two and a Half Meters


Inspect the Components

That the Firing Circuit is functioning properly.

M18A1

16 Meters

At a range of 50 meters, the kill zone is two meters high and 50
meters wide.
1) M40 Test Set
2) M57 Firing Device
3) Blasting Cap
4) M18A1 Mine
5) Wire
6) Instructions
Blue

Slap
Pull
Observe
Release
Tap
Shoot
550 Meters for Point Targets
800 Meters for Area Targets
3,534 Meters

3100 Feet Per Second

8.48 Pounds


7.5 Pounds

There are six grooves with a right-handed twist with one turn every
seven inches.
3250 Feet Per Second
7.6 Pounds

1) Ball
2) Blank
3) Tracer
4) Dummy
5.56 Millimeter
6.5 Pounds

2653 Meters

460 Meters

1) Mechanical Failure of the Weapon
2) Mechanical Failure of the Magazine
3) Faulty Ammunition
The M16A1 is a Gas Operated, Magazine Fed, Air-cooled,
Shoulder Fired Weapon that can operate in both a Semi-automatic
and Full Automatic role. It is a 5.56 Millimeter Caliber Rifle.

700 to 800 Rounds Per Minute

1) Feeding
2) Chambering
3) Locking
4) Firing
5) Unlocking
6) Extracting
7) Ejecting
8) Cocking
Five

Sustained Fire: Every 10 Minutes
Rapid Fire: Every Two Minutes
Cyclic Fire: Every Minute
3725 Meters

Sustained Fire: 100 Rounds Per Minute
Rapid Fire: 200 Rounds Per Minute
Cyclic Fire: 550 Rounds Per Minute
1) Barrel
2) Trigger Mechanism
3) Stock
4) Forearm Assembly
5) Feed Tray
6) Buffer and Operating Rod
7) Bolt
8) Receiver
2800 Feet Per Second

In a Defensive Role
Principle Direction of Fire
When grazing fire cannot be obtained.

When the center of fire does not rise above one meter.
600 Meters

Six to Nine round bursts

1) Final Protective Line
2) Principal Direction of Fire

It is an Air Cooled, Belt Fed, Gas Operated, Automatic Weapon. It
fires from an openbolt position and has adequate headspace that
permits a rapid charging of barrels.
1100 Meters -- or as far as the operator can see to effectively
engage the target.
1) Ball
2) Armor-Piercing
3) Tracer
4) Blank
5) Dummy
1) Ground
2) Target
3) Gun
23 Pounds

Squad Automatic Weapon
M249

3600 Meters

725 Rounds Per Minute

The M16 in the Automatic Role

It is an Air Cooled, Belt Fed, Gas Operated, Automatic Weapon

Both Area and Point Targets

85 Rounds Per Minute

15.16 Pounds

500 Meters


Through a 200 round box or through 30 round M16 Magazines
22.08 Pounds

1000 Rounds Per Minute
1) Grazing
2) Suppressing
The M60 Machine Gun

3725 Meters

1100 Meters

The M240B is a 7.62mm, gas operated, fully locked, general
purpose machine gun. It has an adjustable gas intake from a point
on the barrel.
Pistols are magazine fed while Revolvers are chamber fed

1) Manual Safety
2) Firing Pin Block
3) Half Cock
33.86 ounces or 960 grams

40.89 ounces or 1145 grams

15 rounds

2600 Feet Per Second

800 Meters

12.1 Pounds

43 Inches

5 rounds

7.62mm
14.25 Pounds



400 Meters

150 Meters


350 Meters


Five Meters

30 Seconds


200 Meters
1) Leaf Sight
2) Quadrant Sight
1) High Explosive
2) Smoke
3) Riot Agent
4) Shot
5) Flare
40mm

They are short range with a small effective casualty radius.

To disable or kill enemy personnel

Concussion Grenade
1) Body
2) Filler
3) Fuse
1) To screen or conceal
2) To signal
1) Prone
2) Kneeling
3) Standing
1) Smoke
2) Colored Smoke
3) Concussion
4) Incendiary
5) Fragmentary
6) Riot Control
15 Meters

Upside down with the thumb across the safety lever.

Light green and black print, with the color of the smoke on top of
the grenade.
The unintentional interruption of the weapons normal cycle of
function.
The tip of the round is Orange.
1) Failure to Eject
2) Failure to Fire
3) Failure to Feed
The flight path of the round from the barrel of the weapon, to the
target.
Illumination Missions

Inspect the chamber and bore for any obstructions.


Clear it

W = RM or "Width = Range times Mils"
The rate at which a weapon fires automatically.
It provides a starting point, prior to adjusting to a battle sight zero.

1) Bracketing
2) Creeping
3) Ladder
1) Grid
2) Polar
3) Shift from a known point
1) At My Command
2) Adjust Fire
3) Fire For Effect
4) Cannot Observe
1) Observer Identification
2) Warning Order
3) Location of Target
4) Description of Target
5) Method of Engagement
6) Method of Fire and Control
The maximum of rounds that can be fired in one minute, regardless
of accuracy.
The actual rate of fire that can be delivered indefinitely, without
seriously overheating.
When the cartridge chamber of a weapon becomes so hot that it
causes the ammunition to fire without the trigger being pulled.

The instant attempt to fix a stoppage -- without actually
investigating why the stoppage occurred.
The complete failure to fire, typically due to a faulty firing
mechanism or a defect in the propellant charge.

				
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