JFO Pre Test
1. Select the night CAS brevity term used by the pilot and required by the controller
indicating sighting of the ground position.
2. Identify the purpose of a permissive fire support coordination measure.
a. Provide safeguards for friendly troops
b. Restrict the use of air defense artillery (ADA) weapons systems
c. Restrict the use of certain types of vehicles in a designated area
d. Facilitate the attack of targets under given conditions
3. Which of the following is an advantage of low-altitude CAS?
a. Better communications with the forward air controller
b. Reduces detection by enemy radar
c. More precise navigation at low-altitude
d. Decreased exposure to small-arms fire
4. All SAMs are capable of being carried and launched by a single perso n?
5. The safest acquisition for laser employment extends to + or - ____ degrees on either
side of the safety zone.
6. Which type of fuze functioning is not applicable within the CAS environment?
7. Define the call for fire ship pre- fire report.
a. The ship transmits a pre-firing report before firing on a target a spotter identifies
in his call for fire
b. The ship reports the point of aim ordered by the spotter
c. The ship reports the GTL to the spotter using the same north reference and units,
degrees or mils, as the spotter used in his call for fire
d. The ship reports "ready" followed by the time of flight in seconds when it is ready
to fire the first salvo of the mission
8. Select the best answer to indicate when the reflected laser energy is blocked from the
seeker and thus can cause the laser guided weapon to not see the laser energy.
a. Podium effect
b. Beam divergence (spot size)
c. Flashlight effect
d. Spillover effect
9. What is brevity term used by the pilot to confirm he can see an object the controller is
c. No joy
10. What would be the BEST weapon/fuzing option to destroy a command bunker?
a. Mk-82 with proximity fuze
b. CBU-89 with time delay fuze
c. GBU-31b with impact delay fuze
d. GBU-12 with impact delay fuze
11. Terminal attack control is defined as:
a. The authority to control the maneuver of and grant weapons release clearance to
b. An officer (aviator/pilot) member of the tactical air control party who, from a
forward ground or airborne position, controls aircraft in close air support of
c. The authority to direct aircraft to maneuver into a position to deliver ordnance,
passengers, or cargo to a specific location or target
d. An order implementing the airspace control plan that provides the details of the
approved requests for airspace control measures
12. The close air support (CAS) 9-line briefing is required by all US CAS aircraft.
13. Which two lines are required readbacks ?
14. Which of the following is NOT in the precision-guided munitions (PMG)
a. Laser-guided bomb (LGB)
b. Electro-optical (EO)
c. Magnetic radar guidance (MRG)
d. Infrared (IR)
15. The four lines that enclose the body of standard military maps representing latitude
and longitude are called:
a. Range lines
b. Prime lines
c. Neat lines
d. Degree/minute lines