|In what domains do U.S. forces dominate?||
Space, air, maritime, land, and cyberspace domains
|As a unique military profession, the army is built upon an ethos of trust. What are 4 other characteristics of our profession?||
Military expertise, honorable service, esprit de corps, and stewardship
|3. What are the 11 primary missions of the U.S. armed forces?||
b. Deter aggression
c. Project power
d. Counter WMDs
e. Operate in cyberspace
f. Operate in space
g. Nuclear deterrent
h. Defend the homeland
k. Humanitarian operations
|4. What is the most important determinant of combat power?||
|5. What is the army's greatest strategic asset?||
The army's greatest strategic asset is its all-volunteer force.
|6. What forces make up the army?||
The army has three components: one active and 2 reserve. The 2 reserve components are comprised of the Army Reserves and the Army National Guard. Army civilians support all 3 components.
|7. What is the function of the operating force?||
The operating force consists of units who are trained, organized, and equipped to deploy and fight.
|8. What is the function of the generating force?||
The generating force mans, trains, equips, deploys, and ensures the readiness of army forces.
|9. What 5 sets of characteristics will enhance the army's operational adaptability?||
a. Depth and versatility,
b. Adaptability and innovation
c. Flexibility and agility
d. Integration and synchronization
e. Lethality and discrimination