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Pre TestHere is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made.The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed.Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents linksnot visited and 'Y' represents visited links.Back to Status pagecontains 17 Questions1) The command authority established by a superior commander betweensubordinate commanders when one organization should aid, protect,complement, or sustain another force is called _____.administrativecontrolcombatantcommandoperationalcontrolsupport2) The first-ever National Defense Strategy (NDS) was initiated bySecretary of Defense (SECDEF) Rumsfeld in 2005, and then updated in 2008by SECDEF Gates. However in 2012, SECDEF Panetta released SustainingU.S. Global Leadership: Priorities for 21st Century Defense, sometimesreferred to as the _____, and widely understood to be the replacement forthe NDS. This strategic document was written to identify defense prioritiesin the face of budget cuts.Defense StrategicGuidanceJoint Strategic CapabilitiesPlanNational MilitaryStrategyNational SecurityStrategy3) Joint operations increasingly occur in urban terrain and ________________.TheU.S continues to become more dependent on cyberspace. Private, public,global and regional information systems in cyberspace are tempting targets.HostileenvironmentsThe Information
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United States Department of Defense, United States Navy, Unified Combatant Command, Joint Strategic Capabilities

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