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209. A special operations command-forward can transition to a _____.a)Theater Special Operations Command (TSOC)b)Joint Special Operations Task Force (JSOTF)c)Civil-Military Operations Center (CMOC)d)Joint Special Operations Command (JSCO)
210. Special Operations Forces are a valuable asset for the joint planner, however, they comprise only asmall part of the total force – a little over ____ percent of the total force.
211. In joint SOF mission planning, a demanding fill-up, real-time _____ can mitigate much of theinherent risks of many SOF missions. It is key to the success of complex joint SOF missions.
212. Which of the following is NOT one of the SOF Truths?
213. Regardless of when or where employed, the Armed Forces of the United States abide by U.S. vlues,the standards for the profession of arms, and _____.a)Geneva conventionb)Constitutional principlesc)Military lawd)Uniformed code of military justice
214. This term refers to the aggregate of features and trails that form the individual nature of a person.In the context of the profession of arms, it entails moral and ethical adherence to our values. It is at theheart of the relationship of the profession with the American people, and to each other.
215. The purposeful reliance by one Service on another Service’s capabilities to maximizecomplementary and reinforcing effects on both (i.e., synergy) is known as _____.
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216. The concept of "jointness" must be advanced through continual joint force development efforst.What does that statement imply?
217. _____ prepares individuals, joint forces, or joint staffs to respond to strategic, operational, ortactical requirements considered necessary by the Combatant Commanders to esecute their assigned oranticipated missions.a)Joint doctrineb)Joint educationc)Joint trainingd)Joint concepts
218. Successful mission command demands that subordinate leaders at all echelons exercise disciplinedinitiative, acting aggressively and independently to accomplish the mission.

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