Naval Science Exam 1

Naval Science Exam 1 - NS 110 Test 1 Review Overview 30...

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NS 110 Test 1 Review
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Overview 30 Questions (excluding extra credit) Multiple choice, matching, fill in the blank, and a brief essay (what service selection) 100% of the questions will come from in- class lecture materials All of my* lecture materials are posted on Blackboard (*lecture material from MAJ Butts/ LT Ballinger are still fair game)
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Lecture 1 Mission of NROTC- mentally, morally, physically Intent of the NROTC Program an understanding of the fundamental concepts of Naval Science a basic understanding of associated professional knowledge an appreciation of the requirements for National Security a strong sense of personal integrity, honor, and individual responsibility Performance Review Board NROTC Honor Code- mid lie, cheat, steal
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Local NROTC Military Organization Unit Staff Commanding Officer, CAPT Jones Executive Officer, CDR Huff MOI, MAJ Butts AMOI, GYSGT Gonya Battalion Officer, LCDR (Sel) Guard Company Officers LT Garcia, Alpha LT Ballinger, Bravo
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Lecture 2 Different Types of Learners Kinesthetic, Auditory, and Visual General Tips for: Studying, not in room Class- go to class and sit in the front Tests- study week ahead…
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Lecture 3 DoD Organization When it was created? 1947 (National Security Act) What it replaced? Department of war Who is in charge? Secretary of defense: Honorable Mr. Panetta Joint Chiefs of Staff When this became a permanent agency? 1947 Who is in charge? General Dempsey Who represents the Navy and USMC? CNO- ADM Jonathan Greenert CMC- General Amos
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Lecture 3 (cont.) Unified Commands Be able to name, label, or identify some of the Unified Commands Special Operations Command Strategic Command Joint Forces Command Transportation Command
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Six Roles of the Navy Power projection from sea to land Sea control and maritime supremacy Strategic Deterrence Maritime Security Forward Naval Presence Humanitarian and Disaster Assistance Relief Naval Reserve Ready Reserve Consists of: Selected Reserve
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  • Spring '14
  • United States Navy, Warfare Insignia, General enlisted ratings

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