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17. Q. Para 6 What is meant by the principle layered? A: Protection capabilities are arranged using a layered approach to provide strength and depth. Layering reduces the destructive effect of a threat or hazard through the dispersion of energy or the culmination of the force.
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18. Q. Para 10 What should commanders consider first? A: The most likely threats and hazards and decide which personnel, physical assets, and information to protect. 19. Q. Para 6 What is meant by the principle redundant? A: Protection efforts are often redundant anywhere that vulnerability or a critical point of failure is identified. redundancy ensures that specific activities, systems, efforts, and capabilities that are critical for the success of the overall protection effort have a Secondary or auxiliary effort of equal or greater capability. 20. Q. Para 6 What is meant by the principle enduring? A: Protection capabilities are ongoing activities for maintaining the objectives of preserving combat power, populations, partners, essential equipment, resources, and critical infrastructure in every phase of an operation. 21. Q. Para 10 What is the first step to effective protection? A: Planning. 22. Q. Para 10 What two processes does the commander use to develop and examine information for use in the various continuing activities and integrating processes to consider what to protect? A: MDMP and TLP’s . 23. Q. Para 12 What are the keys to protection planning? A: Identifying the threats and hazards, assessing the threats and hazards to determine the risks, developing preventive measures, and integrating protection tasks into a comprehensive scheme of protection that includes mitigating measures. 24. Q. Para 14 What do active defense measures assist in? A: Denying the initiative to the enemy or adversary. 25. Q. Para 14 What is protection focused on during the preparation phase? A: During the preparation phase, protection focuses on deterring and preventing the enemy or adversary from actions that would affect combat power and the freedom of action. 26. Q. Para 15 When does assessment occur? A: During preparation. 27. Q. Para 15 What do assessments generally include? A: Activities required to maintain situational understanding; monitor and evaluate running estimates and tasks, methods of evaluation, and measures of performance; and identify variances for decision support. 28. Q. Para 19 What must commanders accept to exploit time-sensitive opportunities by acting before enemies or adversaries discover vulnerabilities, take evasive or defensive action, and implement countermeasures? A: Commanders must accept prudent risk. 29. Q. Para 14 What is the execution of passive defense measures? A: Prepares the force against the threat and hazard effects and speeds the mitigation of those effects. 30. Q. Para 8 name five of the thirteen supporting tasks of the protection warfighting function?

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