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National Strategic GuidanceMilitary Command Structure

The document approved by the Secretary of Defense for applying the Armed Forces of the United States in
coordination with Department of Defense agencies and other instruments of national power to achieve national
security strategy objectives is known as the ____.
A. National Military Strategy
B. National Security Strategy
C. National Defense Strategy

D.Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan

Question 4 of 50
Select the best answer:Military Command Structure

Organization for National Security
The operational chain of command runs directly from the President to the Secretary of Defense and then to
__________________.
A. the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and then to the Combatant Commanders
B. the Combatant Commanders
C. the Service Chiefs

D.the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

Question 11 of 50
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OverviewInteragency Coordination

The _________________ is responsible for mediating and brokering disagreements among cabinet heads with
the objective of achieving a single viewpoint that can be presented to the President for decision.
A. Political Advisor (POLAD)
B. Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS)
C. Secretary of Defense (SECDEF)

D.National Security Advisor

Question 13 of 50
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IntroductionMultinational Operations

Multinational Operations is the same as:
A. Military actions conducted by forces of two or more nations, typically organized within the
structure of a coalition or alliance
B. Actions conducted by two or more military elements
C. Actions conducted by two or more nations
D. Actions conducted by two or more non-military organizations from two or different nations
Question 15 of 50

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OverviewMultinational Operations

Factors that inhibit interoperability are:

A.Refusal to cooperate with partners; restricted access to national proprietary defense information.

B. Multinational training exercises.
C. Constant efforts to eliminate sources of confusion.
D. Visits to assess multinational capabilities.
Question 18 of 50

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Military ConsiderationsMultinational Operations

The need for effective liaison is vital in any multinational force because:

A.Similar economic and social affiliations with supported partners.

B. National law suggests a robust liaison structure.
C. Liaisons facilitate the ability to integrate and synchronize operations.
D. The U.S. has limited trained personnel.
Question 20 of 50

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OverviewRange of Military Operations

The purpose of this principle of joint operation is to prepare clear, uncomplicated plans and concise orders to
ensure thorough understanding.
A. simplicity
B. clarity
C. security

D.objective

Question 28 of 50
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IntroductionDeliberate Planning

Contingency planning encompasses the activities associated with the development of operation plans for the
deployment, employment, and sustainment of apportioned forces and resources in response to a
____________________________identified in joint strategic planning documents.
A. hypothetical situation
B. crisis
C. actual incident
D. confrontation
Question 29 of 50

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Joint Operation PlanningDeliberate Planning

The means by which Department of Defense encourages and enables countries and organizations to work with
us to achieve strategic objectives.
A. Multinational agreements
B. Security Cooperation Planning
C. Diplomatic channels
D. International Treaties and Organizations
Question 32 of 50

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CAP ProceduresCrisis Action Planning

Crisis action planning procedures are employed when a contingency response is anticipated to be executed,
usually in less than _____ months.
A. 6
B. 12
C. 18
D. 24
Question 39 of 50

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Navy CustomsRoles, Missions, History, Customs and Courtesies of the U.S. Armed Forces

Which core value does the following tenet represent: exhibit the highest degree of moral character, technical
excellence, quality and competence in what we have been trained to do.
A. Honor
B. Commitment
C. Courage
Question 43 of 50
True / False: Reserve Component
The primary responsibilities of the Air Force Reserve Components, the Air Force Reserve and the Air National
Guard, include airlift and air refueling.
A. True
B. False
Question 47 of 50
True / False: Psychological Health Awareness
Some individuals that are exposed to stressful situations, trauma, and combat develop new skills, display
previously hidden strengths, and grow in character.
A. True

B.False

Question 49 of 50
Select the best answer:Psychological Health Awareness

Typical signs of ________ include headaches, memory gaps, confusion, attention problems, irritability, ringing
in the ears, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, slowed reaction time, sleep difficulty, and performance difficulties.
A. post-traumatic stress disorder
B. psychiatric disorder syndrome
C. psychological trauma dysfunction
D. traumatic brain injury
Test
Question 1 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
National Strategic Guidance
The ___________________, signed by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, provides guidance for
distributing and applying military power to attain national strategic objectives. It describes the Armed Forces’
plan to achieve military objectives in the near term and provides the vision for ensuring they remain decisive in
the future.
A. Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan
B. National Security Strategy
C. National Defense Strategy
D. National Military Strategy
Question 2 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
National Strategic Guidance
____________________ presents fundamental principles that guide the employment of U.S. military forces in
coordinated and integrated action toward a common objective. It represents what is taught, believed, and
advocated as what is right (i.e., what works best).
A. Joint doctrine
B. Law of warfare
C. Strategic direction
D. Operational design
Question 3 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
National Strategic Guidance
The document, approved by the President, which delineates the general geographical area of responsibility for
geographic combatant commanders and specifies functional responsibilities for functional combatant
commanders, is called the _____________.
A. Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan
B. National Security Strategy
C. Unified Command Plan
D. Guidance for Employment of the Force
Question 4 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
Organization for National Security
The __________________ outranks all other officers of the Armed Forces, but may not exercise military
command over any of the Armed Forces. He is the principal military advisor to the President, the National
Security Council, and the SECDEF.
A. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
B. Supreme Allied Commander
C. Combatant Commander
D. War Czar
Question 5 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
Combatant Commands
These commands are established by combatant commanders when authorized by the SECDEF through the
CJCS to conduct operations on a continuing basis in accordance with the criteria set forth for unified commands.
They may be established on a geographic area basis such as United States Forces Japan or on a functional basis
such as Special Operations Command, Pacific.
A. combatant commands
B. subordinate unified commands
C. joint task forces
D. functional component commands
Question 6 of 50
Select the best answer: Military Command Structure
Joint Command and Control
Command authority over assigned or attached forces or commands, or military capability or forces made
available for tasking, that is limited to the detailed direction and control of movements or maneuvers within the
operational area necessary to accomplish missions or tasks assigned is known as ____________________.
A. Administrative Control (ADCON)
B. Operational Control (OPCON)
C. Tactical Control (TACON)
D. Combatant Command (COCOM)
Question 7 of 50
True / False: Interagency Coordination
Strategic (National) Level
The use of the military to conduct combat operations should be a last resort when the other instruments of
national power have failed to achieve our nation’s objectives.
A. True
B. False
Question 8 of 50
True / False: Interagency Coordination
Tactical (Country) Level
Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) are usually willing to quickly align themselves with intervening
military forces in order to ensure their ability to achieve their objectives and for their physical security.
A. True
B. False
Question 9 of 50
Select the best answer: Interagency Coordination
Introduction
Which of the following terms best describes the interaction that occurs between agencies of the US Government
for the purpose of accomplishing an objective?
A. Interagency coordination
B. Government accountability
C. Federal management
D. National security cooperation
Question 10 of 50
Select the best answer: Interagency Coordination
Introduction
During joint operation planning, joint force commanders (JFCs) should begin to coordinate their activities with
other agencies:
A. after the ambassador reviews the operation plan
B. after the operation plan has been finalized
C. when the combatant commander authorizes the plan
D. as early as possible
Question 11 of 50
Select the best answer: Interagency Coordination
Overview
The Commander Joint Task Force (CJTF), within the context of unified action, may function at both the
______________________ levels in coordinating the application of all instruments of national power with the
actions of other military forces, United States Government (USG) agencies, nongovernmental organizations
(NGOs), regional organizations, intergovernmental organizations (IGOs), and corporations toward theater
strategic objectives.
A. operational and tactical
B. operational and administrative
C. strategic and operational
D. strategic and tactical
Question 12 of 50
Select the best answer: Interagency Coordination
Conclusion
Successful interagency, IGO, and NGO coordination helps enable the USG to build international support,
conserve resources, and:
A. conduct coherent operations that efficiently achieve shared goals
B. maintain control over the operation
C. establish comprehensive governmental agency legitimacy
D. conduct coherent operations that capably achieve US military interests
Question 13 of 50
Select the best answer: Multinational Operations
Overview
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is an example of a(n):
A. Multinational Force
B. Alliance
C. Unified Command
D. Coalition
Question 14 of 50
Select the best answer: Multinational Operations
Overview
Key considerations involved in planning and conducting multinational operations are affected by:
A. Financial Resource Constraints
B. Motives and values of the organization’s members
C. Media influence
D. Non-military organizations
Question 15 of 50
Select the best answer: Multinational Operations
Overview
To promote their mutual national interests and ensure mutual security against real and perceived threats, nations
that form partnerships must understand the impacts of:
A. Internally displaced personnel (IDPs)
B. Non-governmental agencies
C. Techniques, tactics, and procedures (TTPs)
D. Culture and economics

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