ROLES, MISSIONS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY1. Select True or False: By Congressional statute, the Department of the Navy includes the operating forces of the U.S. Maritime Administration and U.S. Coast Guard, including the U.S. Coast Guard’s reserve component.2. Select True or False. From the beginning, Congress intended the U.S. Marine Corps to serve as a “second land army” in the event the U.S. Army required additional ground combat forces.3. Select True or False: In accordance with Title 10, U.S. Code, the United States Marine Corps is tasked with the role of coordinating the development of those phases of amphibious operations that pertain to the tactics, techniques, and equipment used by landing forces with the Army and the Air Force.4. According to section 5062 of Title 10, U.S. Code, the United States Navy’s principal reason for existence is:
5. The naval service is specifically granted authority to “develop aircraft, weapons, tactics, organization, and equipment of naval combat andservice elements” by Title 10, U.S. Code. Why is this important?6. The functions specified for the Department ofthe Navy by Department of Defense directive 5100.1 authorizes the Department of the Navy to develop force structure to accomplish which one(s) of the following?7. Which service is the only one whose minimum force structure is codified in law?8. Which of the following has been assigned thetask of managing strategic sea lift in the Joint arena?9. Why has the U.S. Marine Corps been tasked with being prepared and equipped to carry out land operations?
10. __________ help focus the “organizing, training, and equipping of forces” efforts of the services.11. By definition, “Sea Control” operations include which of the following:12. Maritime power projection includes:13. ______________ are tasks assigned by the President directly to the combatant commanders.