_ sonar pings as it searches for undersea targets. ACTIVE
A _ generates a pulse of acoustic energy for active sonar. TRANSDUCER
Select true or false: passive sonar has the disadvantage of alerting a target to its presence.
_ is a type of sonar
Theory of War
Select true or false: There will be a strategic, an operational, as well as a tactical center of
gravity- each being the same- because the objectives are the same at each level of war.
The joint task force (JTF) commanders, component c
THE INDIAN OCEAN
The 1800s brought three major changes to the Indian Ocean region, they were
_. (Select all that apply.) INDUSTRIALIZATION / IMPERIALISM /
Which Muslim empire attempted to control trade in the Indian Ocean region during the
NAVY FLEETS INTRODUCTION
SECOND AND FOURTH FLEETS
The AOR (area of responsibility) of U.S. Fleet Forces Command (USFFC) includes which of the
following geographical areas? WESTERN PORTION OF ATLANTIC OCEAN
Which of the following squadrons has never operat
Maritime Cyberspace Operations
Which of the following makes defending military computer networks increasingly difficulty?
Select all that apply. ALL
The Service Cyber Commands are under the _ of U.S. Strategic Command
(USSTRATCOM) and under the _ of U.S.
Introduction to Sensors
Electromagnetic energy is emitted from a source in the form of _.
TRUE OR FALSE: Modern warships, such as an AEGIS destroyer, use a single sensor
system to accomplish its mission. FALSE
The further away a sensor can d
THE NAVY ON A GLOBAL STAGE
-During the 1930s, the navy and marine corps developed concepts
for the use of what 2 types of warfare in order to prepare for
possible future conflict in the pacific?: CARRIER AND
-Navy and marine corps operated in w
WORLD WAR II: PACIFIC
-Ultimately the U.S. Submarine fleet sunk what percentage of all Japanese merchant
shipping? Greater than 50%
-What represented the last major battle in the Pacific with the Japanese fleet?
Battle of Leyte Gulf
-U.S. naval forces wer
THE CIVIL WAR AND AFTERMATH
-What did the union blockade of the confederacy accomplish?: IT CAPTURED
-The naval war college was established in 1884 to: TACTICS, STRATEGY, POLICY
-What international developments stimulated resurgence of A
In most cases, a directive will be standardized in a five-paragraph format including which
of the following characteristics? ALL THE ANSWERS ARE CORRECT
_ is the analytical process used to produce intelligence assessments, estimates,
International airspace begins _ nautical miles from a nations low waterline.
The standing rules of engagement require commanders to defend their unit from hostile
acts and demonstrations of hostile intents. Hostile acts are usually self
The Ilulissat Declaration, signed by the five littoral Arctic nations in May 2008,
_. RENEWED THEIR COMMITMENT TO KEEPING THE ARTIC A
REGION OF PEACE AND COOPERATION.
The Arctic region is dominated by _. THE ARTIC OCEAN
_ currently serve(s) as t
Fundamentals of Joint Warfare
Characteristics of initiative as a fundamental of joint warfare include all of the following
except: DESTROYING THE ENEMY ONLY AFTER THEY HAVE ATTACKED
Which of the following is not correct regarding joint warfare? JOINT WARF
U.S. Marine Corps
The largest Marine Air-Ground Task Force is called a _, which can contain as many
100,000 Marines. MARINE EXPEDITIONARY FORCE
Marines fight as an integrated air-ground-logistics task force under a single commander
called a _. MAGTF
ETHICS AND THE WARFIGHTER
The primary assertion of Aristotles Nicomachean Ethics is that _.
CHARACTERISTICS DEVELOP FROM CORRESPONDING ACTIVITIES
Which of the following, if not resolved prior to being presented with an ethical challenge, poses a
risk to c
Strategic Guidance for the Armed Forces
Select True or False: Military might is the United States most important instrument of national power.
The National _ Strategies comprise the two capstone documents for the Department of Defense.
Defense and M
Select true or false: An ARG/MEU Commander is limited in that he/she can only land
forces ashore with the explicit approval of international and local authorities. FALSE
Select true or false: The CNO is responsible for the operational control of
Select True or False: Information systems have achieved a level of sophistication that
enables a single system to meet the navys needs. FALSE
Select true or false: Security specifications within FORCEnet require that all data within
Regional And Cultural Awareness
_ can inhibit rational judgment of a situation. BIAS
A stereotype is a(n) _ generalization. INCORRECT
The process of categorizing and sorting our experiences through our culture is called _.
Culture is _ amon
MILITARY ETHICS OVERVIEW
The Western ethical heritage is descended from ancient Greece, where ethics meant
custom. Today, military ethics are derived from our Services_. CORE
VALUES AND HERITAGE
Thoughts such as: life has no purpose or meaning, truth can
Sea Power 21
This element of Sea Power 21 provides the nation with sea-based theater and strategic defense. SEA SHIELD
The Naval Operating Concept for Joint Operations outlines the _ used by the warfighter. TACTICS
The Sea Power 21 initiative _ provides g
GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM
-What was the code name for the U.S.-led military offensive in Afghanistan started in
Operation ENDURING FREEDOM
-In the hours after the 9/11 attack, Navy carrier, surface, and submarine forces were
deployed to _. (se
DEFENDING A NEW NATION
-American seaborne forces during revolution consisted of armed ships from:
-How did frigate Philadelphia complicate the navys task in Tripoli?: THE CREW WAS
CAPTURED AFTER THE FRIGATE RAN AGROUND IN TRIPOLI HARBOR A
Chief Petty Officer History, Duties and Responsibilities
The paygrades of senior chief and master chief petty officer were established in
which year? 1958
During the early 1900s, chief petty officers could receive a permanent
appointment based on _. SATIS
Cooperative Maritime Strategy
Which of the following are threats to national and world security and prosperity? ALL ANSWERS ARE
The cooperative maritime strategy seeks to _:
ELEMENTS OF NATIONAL POWER
INTEGRATE SEA POWER WITH OTHER
_ is a core cap
Greater Middle East
Which of the following statements is true? A CAMPAIGN OF CIVIL
DISOBEDIENCE AND NON-VIOLENT PROTEST LED TO INDIA GAINING ITS
INDEPENDENCE FROM THE BRITISH
Which of the following is not a result of the collapse of the soviet union? JEWI
_ sensors primarily operate in the EM spectrum just below the range of visible light.
_ sensors require contrast between the targets temperature and its background.
_ do not perform well in darkness.
-Which of the following did the Navy deploy during the Cold War as part of the
American effort to discourage Soviet nuclear attacks on the United States?
Submarines armed with nuclear ballistic missiles
-In the later years of the Cold War, under
The most efficient way to deploy Army combat forces is: USING A COMBINATION
OF STRATEGIC SEALIFT AND STRATEGIC AIRLIFT
Select true or false: Since the Armys Civil Affairs and PSYOPS forces are comprised
mostly of Army Reserve personnel, they are
Evolution of Carrier Aviation
Which of the following statements is NOT true?
The angled flight deck was an American development adopted later by the British
The Navys current fighter aircraft is the _.
The first catapults used by