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stability operations could jeopardize the entire operation.[objective67]standard proportionofdisproportionate emphasisonequal mixofappropriate balancebetween43) Which of the lessons learned during the Mexican War did the Union Navyuse? (Select all that apply.)[objective80][Remediation Accessed :N]extract without foundering and unload troops while maintaining sternto the surfmove forward from the sea and seizeportsembargo trade andblockade44) The foremost value of joint force leaders is _____.[objective99][Remediation Accessed :N]physicalcourageintegrityexperienc
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ecompetence45) The complexity and challenges associated with planning for andexecuting an operation includes: (Select all that apply).
46) The Joint Chiefs of Staff have executive authority to commandcombatant forces.[objective56]
47) Receiving realistic training, understanding the types of situationsencountered in war, eating well, getting enough rest, and having meaningfulrelationships and friendships are all helpful in building _____ to thechallenges and strains of military service.
48) During the 1930s, which essential building blocks for an effective airforce fell into place? (Select all that apply.)[objective82][RemediationAccessed :N]
49) What are some of the tenets that guide the Armed Forces of the U.S. inmultinational cooperative activities? (Select all that apply.)[objective69][Remediation Accessed :N]CommunicationPatienceRapportRespect50) The purpose of the _____ principle of joint operations is to seize, retain,and exploit the initiative. It is the most effective and decisive way to achievea clearly defined objective.[objective68][Remediation Accessed :N]
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