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which of the following words means sent in code

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS MEANS SENT IN CODE?

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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS MEANS SENT IN CODE?

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slide3
When the command “ATTENTION” is given, you turn your feet out equally to form an angle of how many degrees?
  • 15 Degrees
  • 25 Degrees
  • 35 Degrees
  • 45 Degrees
slide4
When the command “ATTENTION” is given, you turn your feet out equally to form an angle of how many degrees?
  • 15 Degrees
  • 25 Degrees
  • 35 Degrees
  • 45 Degrees
to whom did the russians surrender during ww i
To whom did the Russians surrender during WW I?
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Turkey
  • Germany
  • Japan
to whom did the russians surrender during ww i1
To whom did the Russians surrender during WW I?
  • Austria-Hungary
  • Turkey
  • Germany
  • Japan
the damage control assistant dca is responsible for
The Damage Control Assistant (DCA) is responsible for:
  • Assigning departmental watches
  • Training the damage control organization
  • All auxiliary machinery
  • All aircraft
the damage control assistant dca is responsible for1
The Damage Control Assistant (DCA) is responsible for:
  • Assigning departmental watches
  • Training the damage control organization
  • All auxiliary machinery
  • All aircraft
red flares continuous sounding of the fog horn or smoke from a burning barrel of oil all indicate
Red flares, continuous sounding of the fog horn or smoke from a burning barrel of oil all indicate
  • The presence of a submarine in the channel
  • Obstructions in the channel or seaway
  • Wind and weather warnings to small craft
  • Distress under both Inland and International Rules
red flares continuous sounding of the fog horn or smoke from a burning barrel of oil all indicate1
Red flares, continuous sounding of the fog horn or smoke from a burning barrel of oil all indicate
  • The presence of a submarine in the channel
  • Obstructions in the channel or seaway
  • Wind and weather warnings to small craft
  • Distress under both Inland and International Rules
slide15
What is the officer’s title who supervises cryptographic operations and ensure the security of cryptographic publications and equipment?
  • Special Services Officer
  • Weapons Officer
  • Communications Officer
  • Public Affairs Officer
slide16
What is the officer’s title who supervises cryptographic operations and ensure the security of cryptographic publications and equipment?
  • Special Services Officer
  • Weapons Officer
  • Communications Officer
  • Public Affairs Officer
what are the three essentials of survival in order of priority
What are the three essentials of survival in order of priority?
  • Water, shelter, food
  • Water, food, shelter
  • Shelter, water, food
  • None of the above
what are the three essentials of survival in order of priority1
What are the three essentials of survival in order of priority?
  • Water, shelter, food
  • Water, food, shelter
  • Shelter, water, food
  • None of the above
a substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called
A substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called:
  • Amber
  • An insulator
  • A conductor
  • rubber
a substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called1
A substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called:
  • Amber
  • An insulator
  • A conductor
  • rubber
what does ems stand for
What does “EMS” stand for?
  • Emergency Medical Supervisor
  • Emergency Medical Servant
  • Emergency Medical System
  • None of the above
what does ems stand for1
What does “EMS” stand for?
  • Emergency Medical Supervisor
  • Emergency Medical Servant
  • Emergency Medical System
  • None of the above
when the japanese attacked most of the u s sailors were preparing for
When the Japanese attacked, most of the U.S. sailors were preparing for:
  • Sea duty
  • Liberty
  • An inspection
  • An attack drill
when the japanese attacked most of the u s sailors were preparing for1
When the Japanese attacked, most of the U.S. sailors were preparing for:
  • Sea duty
  • Liberty
  • An inspection
  • An attack drill
in military drill terminology what is an element
In military drill terminology, what is an “element”?
  • The weather
  • An individual, squad, platoon or company that is part of a larger unit
  • Another word for formation
  • The rifle
in military drill terminology what is an element1
In military drill terminology, what is an “element”?
  • The weather
  • An individual, squad, platoon or company that is part of a larger unit
  • Another word for formation
  • The rifle
slide29

_____ in American newspapers including publication of a letter by the Spanish Ambassador calling President McKinley “weak” whipped up American support for the Spanish-American war.

  • “Yellow Journalism”
  • “U.S. Military Prepares for War” essays
  • “How America is Preparing for War” essays
  • “Ill Treatment of Cubans by the Spanish Government” essays
slide30

_____ in American newspapers including publication of a letter by the Spanish Ambassador calling President McKinley “weak” whipped up American support for the Spanish-American war.

  • “Yellow Journalism”
  • “U.S. Military Prepares for War” essays
  • “How America is Preparing for War” essays
  • “Ill Treatment of Cubans by the Spanish Government” essays
who has sometimes been called the real father of all modern navies
Who has sometimes been called the “real father of all modern navies”?
  • Commodore Stephen Luce, USN
  • Admiral David Porter, USN
  • Captain John Paul Jones, USN
  • Captain Alfred Mahan, USN
who has sometimes been called the real father of all modern navies1
Who has sometimes been called the “real father of all modern navies”?
  • Commodore Stephen Luce, USN
  • Admiral David Porter, USN
  • Captain John Paul Jones, USN
  • Captain Alfred Mahan, USN
slide33
Which planet, in its revolution around the Sun, crosses inside the orbit of Neptune for twenty years during each of its orbits?
  • Pluto
  • Mars
  • Earth
  • Jupiter
slide34
Which planet, in its revolution around the Sun, crosses inside the orbit of Neptune for twenty years during each of its orbits?
  • Pluto
  • Mars
  • Earth
  • Jupiter
giving in to demands for tribute and ransom usually
Giving in to demands for tribute and ransom usually:
  • Leads to more demands
  • Ends the problem
  • Will help start peace talks
  • None of the above are correct
giving in to demands for tribute and ransom usually1
Giving in to demands for tribute and ransom usually:
  • Leads to more demands
  • Ends the problem
  • Will help start peace talks
  • None of the above are correct
the core of the earth is made up of
The core of the earth is made up of:
  • Copper and cobalt
  • Iron and nickel
  • Zinc and silver
  • Gold and platinum
the core of the earth is made up of1
The core of the earth is made up of:
  • Copper and cobalt
  • Iron and nickel
  • Zinc and silver
  • Gold and platinum
what is the most destructive oceanographic condition for marine life in the oceans of the world
What is the most destructive oceanographic condition for marine life in the oceans of the world?
  • El Nino
  • Large sea animals
  • Upwelling
  • Sunlight
what is the most destructive oceanographic condition for marine life in the oceans of the world1
What is the most destructive oceanographic condition for marine life in the oceans of the world?
  • El Nino
  • Large sea animals
  • Upwelling
  • Sunlight
slide41

Selected articles, planned events and important notes are published daily and posted throughout the command. What is the name of this Navy publication?

  • Manual of Regulations
  • Command newsletter
  • The Navy News Journal
  • Plan of the Day
slide42

Selected articles, planned events and important notes are published daily and posted throughout the command. What is the name of this Navy publication?

  • Manual of Regulations
  • Command newsletter
  • The Navy News Journal
  • Plan of the Day
slide43
A type of orienteering competition where controls may be visited in any order and point values are assigned each control is called:
  • Long-O
  • Score-O
  • Relay
  • Memory-O
slide44
A type of orienteering competition where controls may be visited in any order and point values are assigned each control is called:
  • Long-O
  • Score-O
  • Relay
  • Memory-O
slide47

The national military strategy of the United States today includes three principal elements: deterrence, inflexible response and forward strategy.

  • True
  • False
slide48

The national military strategy of the United States today includes three principal elements: deterrence, inflexible response and forward strategy.

  • True
  • False
what four planets are referred to as the big four
What four planets are referred to as the big four?
  • Pluto, Venus, Jupiter and Mars
  • Mars, Saturn, Venus and Jupiter
  • Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Pluto
  • Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Uranus
what four planets are referred to as the big four1
What four planets are referred to as the big four?
  • Pluto, Venus, Jupiter and Mars
  • Mars, Saturn, Venus and Jupiter
  • Mercury, Mars, Saturn, Pluto
  • Saturn, Jupiter, Mars, Uranus
the following planets are known as the twin planets
The following planets are known as the twin planets.
  • Neptune and Mars
  • Uranus and Neptune
  • Earth and Mars
  • Pluto and Mercury
the following planets are known as the twin planets1
The following planets are known as the twin planets.
  • Neptune and Mars
  • Uranus and Neptune
  • Earth and Mars
  • Pluto and Mercury
severity of the court martial refers to the
Severity of the court-martial refers to the
  • Seriousness of the offense committed
  • Number of members in the court
  • Charge(s) and specifications(s) in the formal written accusation
  • Maximum punishments which can be awarded by the court
severity of the court martial refers to the1
Severity of the court-martial refers to the
  • Seriousness of the offense committed
  • Number of members in the court
  • Charge(s) and specifications(s) in the formal written accusation
  • Maximum punishments which can be awarded by the court
which of the following is not a purpose of the united nations
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the United Nations?
  • To maintain peace and security
  • To take effective collective action to prevent and remove threats to world peace
  • To grant diplomatic recognition and exchange ambassadors
  • To cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems
which of the following is not a purpose of the united nations1
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the United Nations?
  • To maintain peace and security
  • To take effective collective action to prevent and remove threats to world peace
  • To grant diplomatic recognition and exchange ambassadors
  • To cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems
an air mass is a large body of air with
An air mass is a large body of air with
  • The same temperature and pressure
  • The same humidity and pressure
  • The same temperature and humidity
  • None of the above
an air mass is a large body of air with1
An air mass is a large body of air with
  • The same temperature and pressure
  • The same humidity and pressure
  • The same temperature and humidity
  • None of the above
how far apart should your feet be spread during parade rest
How far apart should your feet be spread during parade rest?
  • 6 inches
  • Whatever is comfortable
  • 18 inches
  • 12 inches
how far apart should your feet be spread during parade rest1
How far apart should your feet be spread during parade rest?
  • 6 inches
  • Whatever is comfortable
  • 18 inches
  • 12 inches
which of the following is not a part of the study method referred to as pqrst
Which of the following is NOT a part of the study method referred to as PQRST?
  • Present
  • Question
  • Read
  • Test
which of the following is not a part of the study method referred to as pqrst1
Which of the following is NOT a part of the study method referred to as PQRST?
  • Present
  • Question
  • Read
  • Test
what is the mission of the military sealift command
What is the mission of the Military Sealift Command?
  • Transforming U.S. Navy ships to civilian use
  • Transforming ships from other countries to U.S. use
  • Repairing of container ships
  • Arranging ocean transport for DOD war materiel and supplies
what is the mission of the military sealift command1
What is the mission of the Military Sealift Command?
  • Transforming U.S. Navy ships to civilian use
  • Transforming ships from other countries to U.S. use
  • Repairing of container ships
  • Arranging ocean transport for DOD war materiel and supplies
the feature which prevents the firing of guns into the ship s own structure is
The feature which prevents the firing of guns into the ship’s own structure is
  • Common sense
  • Gun stop
  • Cam brake
  • Cutout cams
the feature which prevents the firing of guns into the ship s own structure is1
The feature which prevents the firing of guns into the ship’s own structure is
  • Common sense
  • Gun stop
  • Cam brake
  • Cutout cams
to earn a physical fitness ribbon a cadet
To earn a Physical Fitness ribbon a cadet
  • Must pass at least 3 of the 4 events on the test
  • Must score within 15 points of satisfactory on all portions of the test
  • Must pass all portions of the test with a score of outstanding
  • None of the above are correct
to earn a physical fitness ribbon a cadet1
To earn a Physical Fitness ribbon a cadet
  • Must pass at least 3 of the 4 events on the test
  • Must score within 15 points of satisfactory on all portions of the test
  • Must pass all portions of the test with a score of outstanding
  • None of the above are correct
which of the following is one of the four areas of total fitness
Which of the following is one of the four areas of total fitness?
  • Cardiovascular fitness
  • Muscle fitness
  • Mental fitness
  • Weight fitness
which of the following is one of the four areas of total fitness1
Which of the following is one of the four areas of total fitness?
  • Cardiovascular fitness
  • Muscle fitness
  • Mental fitness
  • Weight fitness
aquaculture involves
Aquaculture involves
  • Examining water for mineral content
  • Extracting mineral resources from sea animals
  • Applying natural procedures for harvesting sea animals
  • Applying farming methods to grow and harvest sea animals and plants
aquaculture involves1
Aquaculture involves
  • Examining water for mineral content
  • Extracting mineral resources from sea animals
  • Applying natural procedures for harvesting sea animals
  • Applying farming methods to grow and harvest sea animals and plants
slide75

The distinctive “design” feature of USNS HAYES, the Navy’s most advanced oceanographic research ship and the first of its type, is the ship’s

  • Laboratory spaces
  • Control system
  • Special underwater TV and camera towing apparatus
  • Parallel catamaran hulls
slide76

The distinctive “design” feature of USNS HAYES, the Navy’s most advanced oceanographic research ship and the first of its type, is the ship’s

  • Laboratory spaces
  • Control system
  • Special underwater TV and camera towing apparatus
  • Parallel catamaran hulls
which of the following officers is a member of the president s cabinet
Which of the following officers is a member of the President’s cabinet?
  • Secretary of the Navy
  • Secretary of Defense
  • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Secretary of the Air Force
which of the following officers is a member of the president s cabinet1
Which of the following officers is a member of the President’s cabinet?
  • Secretary of the Navy
  • Secretary of Defense
  • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Secretary of the Air Force
a substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called2
A substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called
  • Conductors
  • Insulators
  • Thermocouples
  • D electric cells
a substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called3
A substance that permits the free motion of a large number of electrons is called
  • Conductors
  • Insulators
  • Thermocouples
  • D electric cells
the geometric center of a ship s hull that is underwater is called
The geometric center of a ship’s hull that is underwater is called
  • Center of buoyancy
  • Center of gravity
  • Freeboard
  • None of the above
the geometric center of a ship s hull that is underwater is called1
The geometric center of a ship’s hull that is underwater is called
  • Center of buoyancy
  • Center of gravity
  • Freeboard
  • None of the above
slide85

When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, the flag is destroyed in a dignified way, preferably how?

  • Burying
  • Shredding
  • Burning
  • None of the above
slide86

When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, the flag is destroyed in a dignified way, preferably how?

  • Burying
  • Shredding
  • Burning
  • None of the above
in what year did the sword officially return as part of an officer s dress uniform
In what year did the sword officially return as part of an officer’s dress uniform?
  • 1945
  • 1963
  • 1954
  • 1950
in what year did the sword officially return as part of an officer s dress uniform1
In what year did the sword officially return as part of an officer’s dress uniform?
  • 1945
  • 1963
  • 1954
  • 1950
slide89

When General MacArthur waded ashore at Leyte, he called for the Filipino people to rise and strike the Japanese at every opportunity. What means of communicatioon did he use?

  • He made a television appearance
  • He made a radio broadcast
  • B-29’s dropped handbills on the islands
  • It was spread person to person by the Filipino people
slide90

When General MacArthur waded ashore at Leyte, he called for the Filipino people to rise and strike the Japanese at every opportunity. What means of communicatioon did he use?

  • He made a television appearance
  • He made a radio broadcast
  • B-29’s dropped handbills on the islands
  • It was spread person to person by the Filipino people
the three basic cloud types are
The three basic cloud types are:
  • Altocumulus, cumulonimbus, altostratus
  • Alto cirrus, altocumulus, cumulonimbus
  • Low, middle, high
  • Cirrus, cumulus, stratus
the three basic cloud types are1
The three basic cloud types are:
  • Altocumulus, cumulonimbus, altostratus
  • Alto cirrus, altocumulus, cumulonimbus
  • Low, middle, high
  • Cirrus, cumulus, stratus
how far should the rifle be raised vertically off the ground during the trail arms movement
How far should the rifle be raised vertically off the ground during the “trail arms” movement?
  • 1 inch
  • 3 inches
  • 6 inches
  • Just enough to clear the ground
how far should the rifle be raised vertically off the ground during the trail arms movement1
How far should the rifle be raised vertically off the ground during the “trail arms” movement?
  • 1 inch
  • 3 inches
  • 6 inches
  • Just enough to clear the ground
meridians on a mercator projection appear as straight parallel lines what are these lines called
Meridians on a Mercator projection appear as straight parallel lines. What are these lines called?
  • Mercator lines
  • Great circle lines
  • Reciprocal courses
  • Relative courses
meridians on a mercator projection appear as straight parallel lines what are these lines called1
Meridians on a Mercator projection appear as straight parallel lines. What are these lines called?
  • Mercator lines
  • Great circle lines
  • Reciprocal courses
  • Relative courses
of the following groups of countries which are all presently u s allies in nato
Of the following groups of countries, which are all presently U.S. allies in NATO?
  • Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada and Denmark
  • Hungary, Iceland, Italy and Luxembourg
  • Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Great Britain
  • Turkey, Greece, Ukraine and Germany
of the following groups of countries which are all presently u s allies in nato1
Of the following groups of countries, which are all presently U.S. allies in NATO?
  • Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada and Denmark
  • Hungary, Iceland, Italy and Luxembourg
  • Netherlands, Norway, Portugal and Great Britain
  • Turkey, Greece, Ukraine and Germany
slide99
The trial and punishment of offenders in the U.S. Armed Forces are covered by a set of laws named the
  • Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Manual of the Judge Advocate General
  • Navy Regulations
slide100
The trial and punishment of offenders in the U.S. Armed Forces are covered by a set of laws named the
  • Uniform Code of Military Justice
  • Manual for Courts-Martial
  • Manual of the Judge Advocate General
  • Navy Regulations
slide101
During the Korean War, who consolidated the Pusan Perimeter in September 1950, and made it nearly impregnable?
  • Major General Walker
  • General MacArthur
  • LT General Almond
  • General Ridgeway
slide102
During the Korean War, who consolidated the Pusan Perimeter in September 1950, and made it nearly impregnable?
  • Major General Walker
  • General MacArthur
  • LT General Almond
  • General Ridgeway
slide103
What famous war was fought to secure control of the Turkish Straits in order to insure Greek control of the Aegean-Black Sea trade?
  • The Crusades
  • The Punic War
  • The Trojan War
  • The French and Indian War
slide104
What famous war was fought to secure control of the Turkish Straits in order to insure Greek control of the Aegean-Black Sea trade?
  • The Crusades
  • The Punic War
  • The Trojan War
  • The French and Indian War
slide105
What Pacific island, held by the Japanese, allowed the home island defenses to be alerted when American bombers were enroute to Japan?
  • Iwo Jima
  • Peleliu
  • Okinawa
  • Leyte
slide106
What Pacific island, held by the Japanese, allowed the home island defenses to be alerted when American bombers were enroute to Japan?
  • Iwo Jima
  • Peleliu
  • Okinawa
  • Leyte
slide107
Which of the following is a joint service multi-mission aircraft with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities?
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger
  • MH-53 Sea Dragon
  • V-22A Osprey
  • T-45A Goshawk
slide108
Which of the following is a joint service multi-mission aircraft with vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) capabilities?
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger
  • MH-53 Sea Dragon
  • V-22A Osprey
  • T-45A Goshawk
in njrotc activities what is a tto
In NJROTC activities, what is a TTO?
  • Training Trials Officer
  • Training Time Out
  • Total Training Opportunity
  • None of the above
in njrotc activities what is a tto1
In NJROTC activities, what is a TTO?
  • Training Trials Officer
  • Training Time Out
  • Total Training Opportunity
  • None of the above
latitude is always measured
Latitude is always measured
  • East or west from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • South or west from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • North or south from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • North or south from 0 degrees through 45 degrees
latitude is always measured1
Latitude is always measured
  • East or west from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • South or west from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • North or south from 0 degrees through 90 degrees
  • North or south from 0 degrees through 45 degrees
the center of reference for the maneuvering board is called the
The center of reference for the maneuvering board is called the
  • Pole
  • Concentric center
  • Plot center
  • Polar north
the center of reference for the maneuvering board is called the1
The center of reference for the maneuvering board is called the
  • Pole
  • Concentric center
  • Plot center
  • Polar north
what is the difference between magnetic north and true north called
What is the difference between magnetic north and true north called?
  • Deviation
  • Declination
  • Variation
  • None of the above
what is the difference between magnetic north and true north called1
What is the difference between magnetic north and true north called?
  • Deviation
  • Declination
  • Variation
  • None of the above
gun ammunition in which the projectile and powder case are permanently attached is called
Gun ammunition in which the projectile and powder case are permanently attached is called
  • Fixed
  • Rigid
  • Semifixed
  • Transitory
gun ammunition in which the projectile and powder case are permanently attached is called1
Gun ammunition in which the projectile and powder case are permanently attached is called
  • Fixed
  • Rigid
  • Semifixed
  • Transitory
slide123
What is called the traditional way by which salutes to ships, to high ranking individuals, to nations are carried out?
  • Military customs
  • Customs
  • Courtesies
  • Ceremonial customs
slide124
What is called the traditional way by which salutes to ships, to high ranking individuals, to nations are carried out?
  • Military customs
  • Customs
  • Courtesies
  • Ceremonial customs
during world war ii what locale in the carolines did japan make into her pearl harbor
During World War II, what locale in the Carolines did Japan make into her “Pearl Harbor”?
  • Wake
  • Truk
  • Midway
  • Rabaul
during world war ii what locale in the carolines did japan make into her pearl harbor1
During World War II, what locale in the Carolines did Japan make into her “Pearl Harbor”?
  • Wake
  • Truk
  • Midway
  • Rabaul
which of the following is not a type of telecommunication
Which of the following IS NOT a type of telecommunication?
  • Electrical/electronic
  • Visual
  • Handwritten
  • Sound
which of the following is not a type of telecommunication1
Which of the following IS NOT a type of telecommunication?
  • Electrical/electronic
  • Visual
  • Handwritten
  • Sound
what command is given to form the squad
What command is given to form the squad?
  • FALL IN
  • FORM UP
  • MOVE UP
  • FORM IN
what command is given to form the squad1
What command is given to form the squad?
  • FALL IN
  • FORM UP
  • MOVE UP
  • FORM IN
the source of lightning in thunderhead clouds is
The source of lightning in thunderhead clouds is
  • Cold fronts
  • Currents
  • Electrical fuses
  • Static electricity
the source of lightning in thunderhead clouds is1
The source of lightning in thunderhead clouds is
  • Cold fronts
  • Currents
  • Electrical fuses
  • Static electricity
what is the easiest of boat landings to make
What is the easiest of boat landings to make?
  • Starboard-side-to landing
  • Port-side to landing
  • Bow painter landing
  • Strong current landing
what is the easiest of boat landings to make1
What is the easiest of boat landings to make?
  • Starboard-side-to landing
  • Port-side to landing
  • Bow painter landing
  • Strong current landing
slide135

Persons who are stationed on either side of the route across the quarter-deck taken by arriving and departing high-ranking officers or civilians who are making official calls are called

  • The duty master-at-arms (MAA)
  • Side boys
  • The gangway watchstanders
  • The security patrol
slide136

Persons who are stationed on either side of the route across the quarter-deck taken by arriving and departing high-ranking officers or civilians who are making official calls are called

  • The duty master-at-arms (MAA)
  • Side boys
  • The gangway watchstanders
  • The security patrol
what u s ship fought in the two most famous quasi war battles with france
What U.S. ship fought in the two most famous quasi-war battles with France?
  • USS Victory
  • USS Lee
  • USS Constellation
  • USS Hull
what u s ship fought in the two most famous quasi war battles with france1
What U.S. ship fought in the two most famous quasi-war battles with France?
  • USS Victory
  • USS Lee
  • USS Constellation
  • USS Hull
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The technological advances of the helicopter made possible significant operational and tactical improvements known as
  • Vertical replenishment and vertical envelopment
  • VERTREP and UNREP
  • 20-knot mobile logistic support and readiness
  • Mobility and dispersal
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The technological advances of the helicopter made possible significant operational and tactical improvements known as
  • Vertical replenishment and vertical envelopment
  • VERTREP and UNREP
  • 20-knot mobile logistic support and readiness
  • Mobility and dispersal
which of the following statements describes how burns are classified
Which of the following statements describes how burns are classified?
  • According to the size of the burn
  • The width of the burn area
  • The depth of injury to the tissue
  • All of the above
which of the following statements describes how burns are classified1
Which of the following statements describes how burns are classified?
  • According to the size of the burn
  • The width of the burn area
  • The depth of injury to the tissue
  • All of the above
a substance that has few free electrons is called
A substance that has few free electrons is called
  • Ionic
  • An insulator
  • A conductor
  • Electron deficient
a substance that has few free electrons is called1
A substance that has few free electrons is called
  • Ionic
  • An insulator
  • A conductor
  • Electron deficient
the basic objective of u s economic policy is to
The basic objective of U.S. economic policy is to
  • Promote a system of free and open trade
  • Establish an economic relationship with allies which will effectively overcome our negative overseas trade deficit
  • Create new world markets in order to revitalize the U.S. Merchant Marine
  • Ensure that U.S. trade will increase by 200 percent in the next decade, in order to continue to dominate the world’s free markets.
the basic objective of u s economic policy is to1
The basic objective of U.S. economic policy is to
  • Promote a system of free and open trade
  • Establish an economic relationship with allies which will effectively overcome our negative overseas trade deficit
  • Create new world markets in order to revitalize the U.S. Merchant Marine
  • Ensure that U.S. trade will increase by 200 percent in the next decade, in order to continue to dominate the world’s free markets.
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Given that numerous wars and engagements have been fought since World War II without the use of atomic weapons,
  • We can safely assume that humankind has developed a collective moral conscience eliminating their use.
  • It is clear that future enemies can be deterred from their use by employing special forces armed with conventional weapons.
  • We must constantly strive to develop bigger, more powerful nuclear weapons to be sure we can defeat any future threat.
  • We can hope that humankind will continue to avoid their use, but must nevertheless consider them in our planning.
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Given that numerous wars and engagements have been fought since World War II without the use of atomic weapons,
  • We can safely assume that humankind has developed a collective moral conscience eliminating their use.
  • It is clear that future enemies can be deterred from their use by employing special forces armed with conventional weapons.
  • We must constantly strive to develop bigger, more powerful nuclear weapons to be sure we can defeat any future threat.
  • We can hope that humankind will continue to avoid their use, but must nevertheless consider them in our planning.
slide149

Intelligence information can give governments and military leaders the foreknowledge they need to make sound decisions vital to the security of the nation as well as to success in combat.

  • True
  • False
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Intelligence information can give governments and military leaders the foreknowledge they need to make sound decisions vital to the security of the nation as well as to success in combat.

  • True
  • False
the closest star to the earth is
The closest star to the earth is
  • The sun
  • Alpha Centauri
  • The andromeda galaxy
  • Polaris, the North Star
the closest star to the earth is1
The closest star to the earth is
  • The sun
  • Alpha Centauri
  • The andromeda galaxy
  • Polaris, the North Star
what is one complete sequence of the strength of a wave as it passes through a point in space
What is one complete sequence of the strength of a wave as it passes through a point in space?
  • Cycle
  • Wavelength
  • Frequency
  • Aptitude
what is one complete sequence of the strength of a wave as it passes through a point in space1
What is one complete sequence of the strength of a wave as it passes through a point in space?
  • Cycle
  • Wavelength
  • Frequency
  • Aptitude
the first line of defense of a naval task force against an incoming air attack would probably be
The first line of defense of a naval task force against an incoming air attack would probably be
  • Interceptor aircraft
  • BMEWS
  • Picket destroyers
  • Guided missile cruisers
the first line of defense of a naval task force against an incoming air attack would probably be1
The first line of defense of a naval task force against an incoming air attack would probably be
  • Interceptor aircraft
  • BMEWS
  • Picket destroyers
  • Guided missile cruisers
upon completion of the inspection of each platoon its commander faces left and orders
Upon completion of the inspection of each platoon, its commander faces left and orders
  • AT EASE
  • CLOSE RANKS, MARCH
  • ATTENTION
  • PARADE REST
upon completion of the inspection of each platoon its commander faces left and orders1
Upon completion of the inspection of each platoon, its commander faces left and orders
  • AT EASE
  • CLOSE RANKS, MARCH
  • ATTENTION
  • PARADE REST
from which direction do the winds blow during the winter monsoon
From which direction do the winds blow during the Winter Monsoon?
  • Northeast
  • Southwest
  • Northwest
  • Southeast
from which direction do the winds blow during the winter monsoon1
From which direction do the winds blow during the Winter Monsoon?
  • Northeast
  • Southwest
  • Northwest
  • Southeast
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Maneuverability is the major consideration used in distinguishing between power-driven and sailing vessels.
  • True
  • false
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Maneuverability is the major consideration used in distinguishing between power-driven and sailing vessels.
  • True
  • false
what is the command given to return to the position of attention when you are at eyes right
What is the command given to return to the position of attention when you are at “EYES RIGHT?”
  • READY, TWO
  • EYES, FRONT
  • READY, FRONT
  • EYES, FORWARD
what is the command given to return to the position of attention when you are at eyes right1
What is the command given to return to the position of attention when you are at “EYES RIGHT?”
  • READY, TWO
  • EYES, FRONT
  • READY, FRONT
  • EYES, FORWARD
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Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, figured that the Union’s blockades would anger at least two major foreign nations that were buying goods from the Confederate States. What were the names of these two major nations?

  • France and Spain
  • Australia and Turkey
  • England and France
  • Poland and Germany
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Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, figured that the Union’s blockades would anger at least two major foreign nations that were buying goods from the Confederate States. What were the names of these two major nations?

  • France and Spain
  • Australia and Turkey
  • England and France
  • Poland and Germany
which of these is not a basic consideration that dominates the evaluation of an external threat
Which of these is NOT a basic consideration that dominates the evaluation of an external threat?
  • Capabilities
  • Intelligence
  • Intentions
  • Vulnerabilities
which of these is not a basic consideration that dominates the evaluation of an external threat1
Which of these is NOT a basic consideration that dominates the evaluation of an external threat?
  • Capabilities
  • Intelligence
  • Intentions
  • Vulnerabilities
slide173
The purpose of the International Rules for Preventing Collision at Sea, 1972, is to assess damages after a collision.
  • True
  • False
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The purpose of the International Rules for Preventing Collision at Sea, 1972, is to assess damages after a collision.
  • True
  • False
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What are the winds called that prevail in both hemispheres between the equator and 30 degrees of latitude?
  • Prevailing Westerlies
  • Trade Winds
  • Easterlies
  • Doldrums
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What are the winds called that prevail in both hemispheres between the equator and 30 degrees of latitude?
  • Prevailing Westerlies
  • Trade Winds
  • Easterlies
  • Doldrums
which of the following did not help in defeating the wolfpack offensive
Which of the following DID NOT help in defeating the “wolfpack” offensive?
  • Radar
  • Hunter-killer groups
  • Kamikazi striking force
  • High-frequency direction finding equipment
which of the following did not help in defeating the wolfpack offensive1
Which of the following DID NOT help in defeating the “wolfpack” offensive?
  • Radar
  • Hunter-killer groups
  • Kamikazi striking force
  • High-frequency direction finding equipment
in what country are the oil fields of lake maricaibo located
In what country are the oil fields of Lake Maricaibo located?
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Venezuela
  • Columbia
in what country are the oil fields of lake maricaibo located1
In what country are the oil fields of Lake Maricaibo located?
  • Brazil
  • Argentina
  • Venezuela
  • Columbia
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Newton’s _____ law of motion states that the acceleration of a body is directly proportional to force acting upon it.
  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • Fourth
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Newton’s _____ law of motion states that the acceleration of a body is directly proportional to force acting upon it.
  • First
  • Second
  • Third
  • Fourth
slide185
In the 1990s civil insurrections broke out in several African and Central European nations because of
  • Cessation of aid from the former Soviet Union
  • Ethnic conflict
  • Poor economic conditions
  • All of the above
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In the 1990s civil insurrections broke out in several African and Central European nations because of
  • Cessation of aid from the former Soviet Union
  • Ethnic conflict
  • Poor economic conditions
  • All of the above
the united states imports almost half of its total annual petroleum needs from
The United States imports almost half of its total annual petroleum needs from
  • Mediterranean and Caribbean Sea countries
  • South America, South Africa and Europe
  • The North Sea oil fields and North Africa
  • The Persian Gulf, Venezuela and Nigeria
the united states imports almost half of its total annual petroleum needs from1
The United States imports almost half of its total annual petroleum needs from
  • Mediterranean and Caribbean Sea countries
  • South America, South Africa and Europe
  • The North Sea oil fields and North Africa
  • The Persian Gulf, Venezuela and Nigeria
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What command is given for the guidon to be lowered straight to the front until the staff is resting in the guidon bearer’s right armpit and horizontal to the ground?

  • READY, GUIDON
  • GUIDON, SALUTE
  • CARRY, GUIDON
  • PRESENT, ARMS
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What command is given for the guidon to be lowered straight to the front until the staff is resting in the guidon bearer’s right armpit and horizontal to the ground?

  • READY, GUIDON
  • GUIDON, SALUTE
  • CARRY, GUIDON
  • PRESENT, ARMS
what is another name for the cepheid variable
What is another name for the Cepheid variable?
  • Cepheid star
  • Galaxy of stars
  • Shape of the star
  • Pulsating star
what is another name for the cepheid variable1
What is another name for the Cepheid variable?
  • Cepheid star
  • Galaxy of stars
  • Shape of the star
  • Pulsating star
slide193
What is the usual reference point when plotting movement on the maneuvering board to determine CPAs and true wind?
  • The vessel nearest the ship
  • Own vessel
  • The most distant vessel on radar
  • The north and south pole
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What is the usual reference point when plotting movement on the maneuvering board to determine CPAs and true wind?
  • The vessel nearest the ship
  • Own vessel
  • The most distant vessel on radar
  • The north and south pole
on what indian ocean island has the united states built a naval communications station and air base
On what Indian Ocean island has the United States built a naval communications station and air base?
  • Diego Garcia
  • Bahrain
  • Hawaii
  • Guam
on what indian ocean island has the united states built a naval communications station and air base1
On what Indian Ocean island has the United States built a naval communications station and air base?
  • Diego Garcia
  • Bahrain
  • Hawaii
  • Guam
what does inland reach mean as related to sea power
What does inland reach mean as related to sea power?
  • The distance a ship can travel into a country
  • The ability of a ship’s weaponry to destroy targets inland
  • The ability of a ship to defend from a land attack
  • All of the above
what does inland reach mean as related to sea power1
What does inland reach mean as related to sea power?
  • The distance a ship can travel into a country
  • The ability of a ship’s weaponry to destroy targets inland
  • The ability of a ship to defend from a land attack
  • All of the above
which one of these freedoms is not mentioned in the first amendment of the constitution
Which one of these freedoms is NOT mentioned in the First Amendment of the Constitution?
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of the press
  • Freedom to marry and raise children
  • Freedom of religion
which one of these freedoms is not mentioned in the first amendment of the constitution1
Which one of these freedoms is NOT mentioned in the First Amendment of the Constitution?
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of the press
  • Freedom to marry and raise children
  • Freedom of religion
the only permanent low pressure area on earth is the
The only permanent low-pressure area on Earth is the
  • Cape Hatteras off-shore low
  • Aleutian low off Alaska
  • Doldrum belt
  • Polar front
the only permanent low pressure area on earth is the1
The only permanent low-pressure area on Earth is the
  • Cape Hatteras off-shore low
  • Aleutian low off Alaska
  • Doldrum belt
  • Polar front
the galaxy in which earth and our known planets exist is
The galaxy in which Earth and our known planets exist is ______ .
  • The Milky Way
  • Binary constellation
  • Globular cluster
  • The big dipper
the galaxy in which earth and our known planets exist is1
The galaxy in which Earth and our known planets exist is ______ .
  • The Milky Way
  • Binary constellation
  • Globular cluster
  • The big dipper
slide209
What kind of telescope has a convex secondary mirror, causing the light to focus behind the telescope’s objective mirror?
  • Cassegrain reflector
  • Newtonian reflector
  • Newtonian refractors
  • Secondary reflectors
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What kind of telescope has a convex secondary mirror, causing the light to focus behind the telescope’s objective mirror?
  • Cassegrain reflector
  • Newtonian reflector
  • Newtonian refractors
  • Secondary reflectors
the type of weapon that has become the main armament on most of today s jet powered aircraft is
The type of weapon that has become the main armament on most of today’s jet-powered aircraft is
  • AIM-54
  • SAM
  • AAM
  • AIM-9
the type of weapon that has become the main armament on most of today s jet powered aircraft is1
The type of weapon that has become the main armament on most of today’s jet-powered aircraft is
  • AIM-54
  • SAM
  • AAM
  • AIM-9
slide213
The ability of the United States to conduct limited operations almost anywhere on the globe is at present unequaled by any other nation.
  • True
  • False
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The ability of the United States to conduct limited operations almost anywhere on the globe is at present unequaled by any other nation.
  • True
  • False
what is meteorology
What is meteorology?
  • Weather prediction and scientific research
  • Science of weather
  • Study of air current advantages
  • Development of weather instruments
what is meteorology1
What is meteorology?
  • Weather prediction and scientific research
  • Science of weather
  • Study of air current advantages
  • Development of weather instruments
the great depression of 1929 1936
The Great Depression of 1929 – 1936
  • Resulted in a strong movement toward isolationism in the United States
  • Created hardship and unemployment over much of the world
  • Caused Congress to withhold funds for expansion of the U.S. fleet
  • All of the above are correct
the great depression of 1929 19361
The Great Depression of 1929 – 1936
  • Resulted in a strong movement toward isolationism in the United States
  • Created hardship and unemployment over much of the world
  • Caused Congress to withhold funds for expansion of the U.S. fleet
  • All of the above are correct
what bodily injury occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint
What bodily injury occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint?
  • Sprain
  • Open fracture
  • Closed fracture
  • Dislocation
what bodily injury occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint1
What bodily injury occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint?
  • Sprain
  • Open fracture
  • Closed fracture
  • Dislocation
what is the area called that is located between the polar easterlies and the prevailing westerlies
What is the area called that is located between the Polar Easterlies and the Prevailing Westerlies?
  • Trade Belt
  • Polar Frontal Zone
  • Sub-tropical High Pressure Belt
  • Intertropical Convergence Zone
what is the area called that is located between the polar easterlies and the prevailing westerlies1
What is the area called that is located between the Polar Easterlies and the Prevailing Westerlies?
  • Trade Belt
  • Polar Frontal Zone
  • Sub-tropical High Pressure Belt
  • Intertropical Convergence Zone
what is the wind velocity in a typhoon
What is the wind velocity in a typhoon?
  • 43 knots
  • 53 knots
  • 63 knots
  • 64 knots and up
what is the wind velocity in a typhoon1
What is the wind velocity in a typhoon?
  • 43 knots
  • 53 knots
  • 63 knots
  • 64 knots and up
ohm s law may be expressed as an equation i e r where i represents
Ohm’s law may be expressed as an equation I=E/R where “I” represents:
  • Resistance in ohms
  • Voltage in volts
  • Current in amperes
  • None of the above
ohm s law may be expressed as an equation i e r where i represents1
Ohm’s law may be expressed as an equation I=E/R where “I” represents:
  • Resistance in ohms
  • Voltage in volts
  • Current in amperes
  • None of the above
the predominant factor that runs throughout all national strategy is
The predominant factor that runs throughout all national strategy is
  • The economy
  • Geographic position
  • The strength and will of the people
  • Political policy
the predominant factor that runs throughout all national strategy is1
The predominant factor that runs throughout all national strategy is
  • The economy
  • Geographic position
  • The strength and will of the people
  • Political policy
what award is given to the cadet that demonstrates an exceptional dedication to the njrotc program
What award is given to the cadet that demonstrates an exceptional dedication to the NJROTC program?
  • Honor Cadet award
  • Distinguished Cadet award
  • Military Aptitude award
  • Meritorious Cadet Achievement award
what award is given to the cadet that demonstrates an exceptional dedication to the njrotc program1
What award is given to the cadet that demonstrates an exceptional dedication to the NJROTC program?
  • Honor Cadet award
  • Distinguished Cadet award
  • Military Aptitude award
  • Meritorious Cadet Achievement award
slide231

Alfred Mahan predicted that America would win its 1898 war in the Caribbean within three months. Other European countries believed that the United States would be defeated by

  • Cuba
  • Mexico
  • France
  • Spain
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Alfred Mahan predicted that America would win its 1898 war in the Caribbean within three months. Other European countries believed that the United States would be defeated by

  • Cuba
  • Mexico
  • France
  • Spain
uses highly sophisticated electronics to counter enemy electromagnetic waves
_____ uses highly sophisticated electronics to counter enemy electromagnetic waves.
  • Electronic warfare
  • Anti submarine warfare
  • Electronics
  • Electricity
uses highly sophisticated electronics to counter enemy electromagnetic waves1
_____ uses highly sophisticated electronics to counter enemy electromagnetic waves.
  • Electronic warfare
  • Anti submarine warfare
  • Electronics
  • Electricity
an example of vertical envelopment would be
An example of vertical envelopment would be
  • Marines heli-lifted to strong points behind enemy lines
  • Submarines diving then resurfacing in hostile waters
  • An attack on the flank of an enemy unit occurring simultaneously with a frontal assault
  • All of the above
an example of vertical envelopment would be1
An example of vertical envelopment would be
  • Marines heli-lifted to strong points behind enemy lines
  • Submarines diving then resurfacing in hostile waters
  • An attack on the flank of an enemy unit occurring simultaneously with a frontal assault
  • All of the above
the body of water that lies between suez and bab el maneb is the
The body of water that lies between Suez and Bab el Maneb is the
  • Persian Gulf
  • Red Sea
  • Arabian Sea
  • Gulf of Aden
the body of water that lies between suez and bab el maneb is the1
The body of water that lies between Suez and Bab el Maneb is the
  • Persian Gulf
  • Red Sea
  • Arabian Sea
  • Gulf of Aden
weather is the condition of the
Weather is the condition of the
  • Temperature
  • Atmosphere
  • Water vapor
  • Air
weather is the condition of the1
Weather is the condition of the
  • Temperature
  • Atmosphere
  • Water vapor
  • Air
slide241
Benito Mussolini inspired Italian workers to build up the Italian military might so that he could establish Rome as the center of
  • Mediterranean power
  • Shipbuilding and trade
  • All European countries
  • Advanced military weaponry
slide242
Benito Mussolini inspired Italian workers to build up the Italian military might so that he could establish Rome as the center of
  • Mediterranean power
  • Shipbuilding and trade
  • All European countries
  • Advanced military weaponry
three types of courts martial in order from lowest level of severity to highest are
Three types of courts-martial, in order from lowest level of severity to highest are
  • Special, general and summary
  • Summary, general and special
  • Summary, special and general
  • General, special and summary
three types of courts martial in order from lowest level of severity to highest are1
Three types of courts-martial, in order from lowest level of severity to highest are
  • Special, general and summary
  • Summary, general and special
  • Summary, special and general
  • General, special and summary
the five permanent members of the united nations are
The five permanent members of the United Nations are
  • United States, Great Britain, Germany, France and Spain
  • United States, Great Britain, Russia, Poland and Japan
  • United States, Great Britain, France, Russia and China
  • England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain
the five permanent members of the united nations are1
The five permanent members of the United Nations are
  • United States, Great Britain, Germany, France and Spain
  • United States, Great Britain, Russia, Poland and Japan
  • United States, Great Britain, France, Russia and China
  • England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain
slide247
The most important commercial fishing operations in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico are for
  • Shrimp, menhaden and langusta
  • Halibut, shrimp and tuna
  • Blue crabs and cod
  • Tuna and cod
slide248
The most important commercial fishing operations in the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico are for
  • Shrimp, menhaden and langusta
  • Halibut, shrimp and tuna
  • Blue crabs and cod
  • Tuna and cod
the light giving surface of the sun is called the
The light giving “surface” of the sun is called the
  • Photosphere
  • Magnetosphere
  • Coronagraph
  • Chromosphere
the light giving surface of the sun is called the1
The light giving “surface” of the sun is called the
  • Photosphere
  • Magnetosphere
  • Coronagraph
  • Chromosphere
slide251
Admiral Farragut was an outstanding naval commander. What Navy did he serve with during the Civil War?
  • Union Navy
  • Confederate Navy
  • World Navy
  • None of the above
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Admiral Farragut was an outstanding naval commander. What Navy did he serve with during the Civil War?
  • Union Navy
  • Confederate Navy
  • World Navy
  • None of the above
the science that deals with life and the contents of the seas is known as
The science that deals with life and the contents of the seas is known as
  • Zoology
  • Marine biology
  • Marine cycles
  • Marine chemistry
the science that deals with life and the contents of the seas is known as1
The science that deals with life and the contents of the seas is known as
  • Zoology
  • Marine biology
  • Marine cycles
  • Marine chemistry
slide255

The International Maritime Consultative Organization is responsible for developing the International Rules of the Road. What agency do they work for?

  • Department of the Navy
  • United States
  • Defense Department
  • United Nations
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The International Maritime Consultative Organization is responsible for developing the International Rules of the Road. What agency do they work for?

  • Department of the Navy
  • United States
  • Defense Department
  • United Nations
the international rules of war apply
The international rules of war apply
  • Whenever there is armed hostility between states, whether the details of legality are present or not
  • Only to the contracting parties to the Hague Conventions concerning such rules.
  • Only in the event of a legally declared state of war between belligerent sovereign nations
  • Mainly for the purpose of clarifying clauses in certain insurance policies and defining effective dates of some wartime Presidential powers.
the international rules of war apply1
The international rules of war apply
  • Whenever there is armed hostility between states, whether the details of legality are present or not
  • Only to the contracting parties to the Hague Conventions concerning such rules.
  • Only in the event of a legally declared state of war between belligerent sovereign nations
  • Mainly for the purpose of clarifying clauses in certain insurance policies and defining effective dates of some wartime Presidential powers.
slide261

After the reviewing officer has taken his/her position in the reviewing area and the cadets are at attention, the commander of the troops commands

  • EYES, RIGHT
  • REST
  • PASS IN REVIEW
  • EYES, LEFT
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After the reviewing officer has taken his/her position in the reviewing area and the cadets are at attention, the commander of the troops commands

  • EYES, RIGHT
  • REST
  • PASS IN REVIEW
  • EYES, LEFT
the primary cause of japan s ultimate defeat at sea was
The primary cause of Japan’s ultimate defeat at sea was
  • Lack of experience in naval combat
  • The loss of her most experienced pilots
  • The death of Yamamoto
  • Reinforcement of the ABDA defense command
the primary cause of japan s ultimate defeat at sea was1
The primary cause of Japan’s ultimate defeat at sea was
  • Lack of experience in naval combat
  • The loss of her most experienced pilots
  • The death of Yamamoto
  • Reinforcement of the ABDA defense command
what is an example of the national interests as set down by american forefathers
What is an example of the national interests as set down by American Forefathers?
  • Yearning for justice
  • Free trade
  • Control the western hemisphere
  • Intervention in world affairs
what is an example of the national interests as set down by american forefathers1
What is an example of the national interests as set down by American Forefathers?
  • Yearning for justice
  • Free trade
  • Control the western hemisphere
  • Intervention in world affairs
navy punishment must be
Navy punishment must be
  • Fair
  • Reasonable
  • Not vindictive
  • All of the above are correct
navy punishment must be1
Navy punishment must be
  • Fair
  • Reasonable
  • Not vindictive
  • All of the above are correct
which watch provides emergency steering for the ship in case steering from the bridge is damaged
Which watch provides emergency steering for the ship in case steering from the bridge is damaged?
  • After steering watch
  • Damage control watch
  • Damaged steering watch
  • Casualty steering watch
which watch provides emergency steering for the ship in case steering from the bridge is damaged1
Which watch provides emergency steering for the ship in case steering from the bridge is damaged?
  • After steering watch
  • Damage control watch
  • Damaged steering watch
  • Casualty steering watch
which department is responsible for providing master at arms for the watch section on duty
Which department is responsible for providing Master-at-Arms for the watch section on duty?
  • Deck
  • Weapons
  • Operations
  • Executive
which department is responsible for providing master at arms for the watch section on duty1
Which department is responsible for providing Master-at-Arms for the watch section on duty?
  • Deck
  • Weapons
  • Operations
  • Executive
slide279
Brown lines on a topographical or orienteering map representing the vertical rise and fall of the Earth’s crust are called
  • Rhumb lines
  • Contour lines
  • Convergence
  • Scalar lines
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Brown lines on a topographical or orienteering map representing the vertical rise and fall of the Earth’s crust are called
  • Rhumb lines
  • Contour lines
  • Convergence
  • Scalar lines
what method of signaling is used to communicate underwater
What method of signaling is used to communicate underwater?
  • Semaphore
  • Flaghoist
  • Gertrude
  • Flashing light
what method of signaling is used to communicate underwater1
What method of signaling is used to communicate underwater?
  • Semaphore
  • Flaghoist
  • Gertrude
  • Flashing light
what head gear is optional for officers and chiefs as part of their njrotc uniform
What head gear is optional for officers and chiefs as part of their NJROTC uniform?
  • Combination cap
  • Khaki garrison cap
  • Black garrison cap
  • None of the above
what head gear is optional for officers and chiefs as part of their njrotc uniform1
What head gear is optional for officers and chiefs as part of their NJROTC uniform?
  • Combination cap
  • Khaki garrison cap
  • Black garrison cap
  • None of the above
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Which of the following is described as being a key step to take if you know that you might be in a survival situation in a wilderness area?
  • Shelter preparation
  • Prepare a survival kit
  • Health maintenance
  • Food preparation
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Which of the following is described as being a key step to take if you know that you might be in a survival situation in a wilderness area?
  • Shelter preparation
  • Prepare a survival kit
  • Health maintenance
  • Food preparation
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In the civilian community,what type of laws are designed to protect society from acts of its irresponsible citizens, without infringing upon citizens’ individual rights under the Constitution?

  • Criminal
  • Civil
  • Military
  • All of the above are correct
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In the civilian community, what type of laws are designed to protect society from acts of its irresponsible citizens, without infringing upon citizens’ individual rights under the Constitution?

  • Criminal
  • Civil
  • Military
  • All of the above are correct
this particular aircraft s mission is to gather information
This particular aircraft’s mission is to gather information.
  • Attack aircraft
  • Fighter
  • Patrol aircraft
  • Reconnaissance-attack aircraft
this particular aircraft s mission is to gather information1
This particular aircraft’s mission is to gather information.
  • Attack aircraft
  • Fighter
  • Patrol aircraft
  • Reconnaissance-attack aircraft
the first american naval regulations based on british naval rules were drafted by
The first American Naval Regulations, based on British naval rules, were drafted by
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • John Adams
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • John Jay
the first american naval regulations based on british naval rules were drafted by1
The first American Naval Regulations, based on British naval rules, were drafted by
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • John Adams
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • John Jay
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What admiral did the Spanish government order to sail to the Caribbean to defend Cuba and destroy the American fleet in that region?
  • Cervera
  • Sampson
  • Porter
  • Cadiz
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What admiral did the Spanish government order to sail to the Caribbean to defend Cuba and destroy the American fleet in that region?
  • Cervera
  • Sampson
  • Porter
  • Cadiz
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What was significant about the loss of Florida to the Confederacy in 1862 due to amphibious raids carried out by Union forces?
  • The South was unable to effectively trade cotton with Europe after this action
  • The South was deprived of its salt mills, which were essential for the preservation of ham and bacon for Southern troops
  • The South lost its major source of cotton for uniforms
  • The vital road and railroad network within Florida could not be of use to the Southerners.
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What was significant about the loss of Florida to the Confederacy in 1862 due to amphibious raids carried out by Union forces?
  • The South was unable to effectively trade cotton with Europe after this action
  • The South was deprived of its salt mills, which were essential for the preservation of ham and bacon for Southern troops
  • The South lost its major source of cotton for uniforms
  • The vital road and railroad network within Florida could not be of use to the Southerners.
in the navy the person in charge of the handling of a powerboat is called the
In the Navy, the person in charge of the handling of a powerboat is called the
  • Captain
  • Officer of the Deck
  • Coxswain
  • Pilot
in the navy the person in charge of the handling of a powerboat is called the1
In the Navy, the person in charge of the handling of a powerboat is called the
  • Captain
  • Officer of the Deck
  • Coxswain
  • Pilot
when transporting a casualty on a stretcher how should the casualty be carried
When transporting a casualty on a stretcher, how should the casualty be carried?
  • There is no specified way of carrying a stretcher
  • Feet first
  • With each stretcher-bearer side-by-side to watch out for obstacles
  • Head first
when transporting a casualty on a stretcher how should the casualty be carried1
When transporting a casualty on a stretcher, how should the casualty be carried?
  • There is no specified way of carrying a stretcher
  • Feet first
  • With each stretcher-bearer side-by-side to watch out for obstacles
  • Head first
which planet is about twice the diameter of the moon and about half that of the earth
Which planet is about twice the diameter of the Moon and about half that of the Earth?
  • Mercury
  • Mars
  • Venus
  • Pluto
which planet is about twice the diameter of the moon and about half that of the earth1
Which planet is about twice the diameter of the Moon and about half that of the Earth?
  • Mercury
  • Mars
  • Venus
  • Pluto
in the northern hemisphere what direction does the wind flow
In the northern hemisphere what direction does the wind flow?
  • Curving to the left
  • Curving to the right
  • Counter rotationally
  • Elliptically
in the northern hemisphere what direction does the wind flow1
In the northern hemisphere what direction does the wind flow?
  • Curving to the left
  • Curving to the right
  • Counter rotationally
  • Elliptically
what is considered to be the starting point for fires in a survival situation
What is considered to be the starting point for fires in a survival situation?
  • Tinder
  • Fuel
  • Location
  • Kindling
what is considered to be the starting point for fires in a survival situation1
What is considered to be the starting point for fires in a survival situation?
  • Tinder
  • Fuel
  • Location
  • Kindling
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In 1942, the Dutch felt that the ABDA (American, British, Dutch and Australian) primary goal should be the defense of
  • Guam
  • Truk
  • Java
  • Australia
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In 1942, the Dutch felt that the ABDA (American, British, Dutch and Australian) primary goal should be the defense of
  • Guam
  • Truk
  • Java
  • Australia
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In 1902, Mount Pelee, a volcan on a Caribbean island, erupted and killed over 30,000 people. On what island is Mount Pelee located?
  • Martinique
  • Krakatoa
  • Sumatra
  • Bora Bora
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In 1902, Mount Pelee, a volcan on a Caribbean island, erupted and killed over 30,000 people. On what island is Mount Pelee located?
  • Martinique
  • Krakatoa
  • Sumatra
  • Bora Bora
in what year did the u s navy start using angled flight decks on aircraft carriers
In what year did the U.S. Navy start using angled flight decks on aircraft carriers?
  • 1945
  • 1958
  • 1954
  • 1952
in what year did the u s navy start using angled flight decks on aircraft carriers1
In what year did the U.S. Navy start using angled flight decks on aircraft carriers?
  • 1945
  • 1958
  • 1954
  • 1952
which of the following is not one of the four basic parts of a guided missile
Which of the following is NOT one of the four basic parts of a guided missile?
  • The guidance system
  • The airframe
  • These are all basic parts of a guided missile
  • The propulsion system
which of the following is not one of the four basic parts of a guided missile1
Which of the following is NOT one of the four basic parts of a guided missile?
  • The guidance system
  • The airframe
  • These are all basic parts of a guided missile
  • The propulsion system
which of the following is not a requirement to participate in an njrotc unit
Which of the following is NOT a requirement to participate in an NJROTC unit?
  • Be physically qualified to participate in the physical education program of the school
  • Be enrolled and attending a regular course of instruction in grades 9-12.
  • Be a United States citizen
  • Maintain acceptable standards of academic achievement
which of the following is not a requirement to participate in an njrotc unit1
Which of the following is NOT a requirement to participate in an NJROTC unit?
  • Be physically qualified to participate in the physical education program of the school
  • Be enrolled and attending a regular course of instruction in grades 9-12.
  • Be a United States citizen
  • Maintain acceptable standards of academic achievement
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Naval communications must be secure, reliable and rapid in both peace and war. Which of these is considered to be the most important factor?

  • Security
  • Speed
  • They are all considered of equal importance
  • Reliability
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Naval communications must be secure, reliable and rapid in both peace and war. Which of these is considered to be the most important factor?

  • Security
  • Speed
  • They are all considered of equal importance
  • Reliability
what do two red pennants displayed by day indicate
What do two red pennants displayed by day indicate?
  • Gale warning
  • Storm warning
  • Small craft warning
  • Hurricane warning
what do two red pennants displayed by day indicate1
What do two red pennants displayed by day indicate?
  • Gale warning
  • Storm warning
  • Small craft warning
  • Hurricane warning
what is the largest and most powerful class of auxiliary ships in the navy
What is the largest and most powerful class of auxiliary ships in the Navy?
  • Ammunition ships (AEs)
  • Salvage rescue ships (ARSs)
  • Fast combat support ships (AOEs)
  • Vertical replenishment ships (VRSs)
what is the largest and most powerful class of auxiliary ships in the navy1
What is the largest and most powerful class of auxiliary ships in the Navy?
  • Ammunition ships (AEs)
  • Salvage rescue ships (ARSs)
  • Fast combat support ships (AOEs)
  • Vertical replenishment ships (VRSs)
what stars allow astronomers to be able to determine distances in space
What stars allow astronomers to be able to determine distances in space?
  • White Dwarfs
  • Supergiants
  • Novae Stars
  • Cepheid Stars
what stars allow astronomers to be able to determine distances in space1
What stars allow astronomers to be able to determine distances in space?
  • White Dwarfs
  • Supergiants
  • Novae Stars
  • Cepheid Stars
which of the following areas of the world is not periodically lashed by tsunamis
Which of the following areas of the world is NOT periodically lashed by tsunamis?
  • The Western Pacific
  • Hawaii
  • The Eastern Pacific
  • Alaska
which of the following areas of the world is not periodically lashed by tsunamis1
Which of the following areas of the world is NOT periodically lashed by tsunamis?
  • The Western Pacific
  • Hawaii
  • The Eastern Pacific
  • Alaska
which u s navy warrant officer collar insignia has two blue squares on a silver background
Which U.S. Navy Warrant Officer collar insignia has two blue squares on a silver background?
  • Chief Warrant Officer One
  • Chief Warrant Officer Two
  • Chief Warrant Officer Three
  • Chief Warrant Officer Four
which u s navy warrant officer collar insignia has two blue squares on a silver background1
Which U.S. Navy Warrant Officer collar insignia has two blue squares on a silver background?
  • Chief Warrant Officer One
  • Chief Warrant Officer Two
  • Chief Warrant Officer Three
  • Chief Warrant Officer Four
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Which type of amphibious assault ships are designed to embark, transport and land 2,000 troops and their equipment by means of transport helicopters in conjunction with a beach assault?

  • LSDs
  • LPDs
  • LCCs
  • LHDs
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Which type of amphibious assault ships are designed to embark, transport and land 2,000 troops and their equipment by means of transport helicopters in conjunction with a beach assault?

  • LSDs
  • LPDs
  • LCCs
  • LHDs
what type of navy weather forecast provides landing and takeoff conditions at airfields
What type of Navy weather forecast provides landing and takeoff conditions at airfields?
  • Local forecasts
  • Flight forecasts
  • Route forecasts
  • Terminal forecasts
what type of navy weather forecast provides landing and takeoff conditions at airfields1
What type of Navy weather forecast provides landing and takeoff conditions at airfields?
  • Local forecasts
  • Flight forecasts
  • Route forecasts
  • Terminal forecasts
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Many years ago, the USS Ramapo set the record for reporting the highest wave officially measured and sighted. How high was the wave?
  • 85 feet
  • 114 feet
  • 123 feet
  • 75 feet
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Many years ago, the USS Ramapo set the record for reporting the highest wave officially measured and sighted. How high was the wave?
  • 85 feet
  • 114 feet
  • 123 feet
  • 75 feet
what country dropped out of membership in the organization of american states oas in 1962
What country dropped out of membership in the Organization of American States (OAS) in 1962?
  • Cuba
  • The United States
  • Nicaragua
  • Mexico
what country dropped out of membership in the organization of american states oas in 19621
What country dropped out of membership in the Organization of American States (OAS) in 1962?
  • Cuba
  • The United States
  • Nicaragua
  • Mexico
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What Arms Treaty signed in January 1993 between the U.S. and Russia was called “the broadest disarmament pact I history.”
  • START II
  • SALT II
  • NATO
  • START I
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What Arms Treaty signed in January 1993 between the U.S. and Russia was called “the broadest disarmament pact I history.”
  • START II
  • SALT II
  • NATO
  • START I
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In which type of leadership style does the leader turn over the authority for decision making and problem solving to subordinates?
  • Supporting
  • Delegating
  • Directing
  • Coaching
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In which type of leadership style does the leader turn over the authority for decision making and problem solving to subordinates?
  • Supporting
  • Delegating
  • Directing
  • Coaching
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While armed with a rifle at the position of Present Arms, how far should the rifle be in front of the center of your body?
  • 6 inches
  • 8 inches
  • 2 inches
  • 4 inches
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While armed with a rifle at the position of Present Arms, how far should the rifle be in front of the center of your body?
  • 6 inches
  • 8 inches
  • 2 inches
  • 4 inches
what is the flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon
What is the flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon?
  • There is no required flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon
  • The spearhead
  • The axehead
  • An eagle
what is the flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon1
What is the flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon?
  • There is no required flagstaff topping ornament for the guidon
  • The spearhead
  • The axehead
  • An eagle
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The most common structure built to protect harbors is a line of concrete-reinforced big rocks called the
  • Groin
  • Levy
  • Jetty
  • breakwater
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The most common structure built to protect harbors is a line of concrete-reinforced big rocks called the
  • Groin
  • Levy
  • Jetty
  • breakwater
where is the primary watch station for in port watches
Where is the primary watch station for In-Port watches?
  • The forecastle
  • The bridge
  • Pierside
  • The quarterdeck
where is the primary watch station for in port watches1
Where is the primary watch station for In-Port watches?
  • The forecastle
  • The bridge
  • Pierside
  • The quarterdeck
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During the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor one U.S. battleship exploded after a bomb set off her ammunition magazines. That ship was the
  • USS Reuben James
  • USS Arkansas
  • USS Repulse
  • USS Arizona
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During the Japanese attack at Pearl Harbor one U.S. battleship exploded after a bomb set off her ammunition magazines. That ship was the
  • USS Reuben James
  • USS Arkansas
  • USS Repulse
  • USS Arizona
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How did the United States identify the Soviet’s ICBM launching pads under construction in Cuba in 1962?
  • From an intelligence agent working for the CIA in Cuba
  • A Russian spy sold important information to the FBI on the launching pads
  • From photographs from high-flying U-2 reconnaissance aircraft
  • All of the above statements are correct
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How did the United States identify the Soviet’s ICBM launching pads under construction in Cuba in 1962?
  • From an intelligence agent working for the CIA in Cuba
  • A Russian spy sold important information to the FBI on the launching pads
  • From photographs from high-flying U-2 reconnaissance aircraft
  • All of the above statements are correct
what word describes air flow outward from the center of a high pressure area
What word describes air flow outward from the center of a high-pressure area?
  • Divergence
  • Supersonic
  • Turbulence
  • Convergence
what word describes air flow outward from the center of a high pressure area1
What word describes air flow outward from the center of a high-pressure area?
  • Divergence
  • Supersonic
  • Turbulence
  • Convergence
the time it takes a planet to go around the sun is
The time it takes a planet to go around the Sun is
  • Orbital period
  • Retrograde motion
  • Elliptical movement
  • Axis rotation
the time it takes a planet to go around the sun is1
The time it takes a planet to go around the Sun is
  • Orbital period
  • Retrograde motion
  • Elliptical movement
  • Axis rotation
why is the air circulation in the troposphere important
Why is the air circulation in the troposphere important?
  • Pilots favor this level for flying
  • Extremely high and deadly temperatures exist in this level
  • Troposphere is the end of our air ocean; beyond it is outer space
  • Determines the weather
why is the air circulation in the troposphere important1
Why is the air circulation in the troposphere important?
  • Pilots favor this level for flying
  • Extremely high and deadly temperatures exist in this level
  • Troposphere is the end of our air ocean; beyond it is outer space
  • Determines the weather
what is the white light on the foremast of an ocean going ship called
What is the white light on the foremast of an ocean-going ship called?
  • Range light
  • Running light
  • Masthead light
  • Stern light
what is the white light on the foremast of an ocean going ship called1
What is the white light on the foremast of an ocean-going ship called?
  • Range light
  • Running light
  • Masthead light
  • Stern light
following the victory in the mariana islands the fifth fleet was redesignated the u s
Following the victory in the Mariana Islands, the Fifth Fleet was redesignated the U.S.
  • First Fleet
  • Second Fleet
  • Third Fleet
  • Sixth Fleet
following the victory in the mariana islands the fifth fleet was redesignated the u s1
Following the victory in the Mariana Islands, the Fifth Fleet was redesignated the U.S.
  • First Fleet
  • Second Fleet
  • Third Fleet
  • Sixth Fleet
according to the field manual how long should the cool down period of a workout last
According to the Field Manual, how long should the cool-down period of a workout last?
  • At least five minutes
  • The Field Manual does not give a specific amount of time
  • At least fifteen minutes
  • At least ten minutes
according to the field manual how long should the cool down period of a workout last1
According to the Field Manual, how long should the cool-down period of a workout last?
  • At least five minutes
  • The Field Manual does not give a specific amount of time
  • At least fifteen minutes
  • At least ten minutes
what type of heat casualty condition causes a person to be flushed and hot
What type of heat casualty condition causes a person to be flushed and hot?
  • Heat exertion
  • Heat stroke
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Heat cramps
what type of heat casualty condition causes a person to be flushed and hot1
What type of heat casualty condition causes a person to be flushed and hot?
  • Heat exertion
  • Heat stroke
  • Heat exhaustion
  • Heat cramps
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Which of the following is NOT one of the three essential components of maintaining life in a survival situation?
  • Personal protection
  • Mental alertness
  • Nutrition
  • Health
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Which of the following is NOT one of the three essential components of maintaining life in a survival situation?
  • Personal protection
  • Mental alertness
  • Nutrition
  • Health
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What type of buoys are upright wooden poles, or tubes of steel, which are often used to mark obstructions?
  • Gong buoys
  • Nun buoys
  • Can buoys
  • Spar buoys
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What type of buoys are upright wooden poles, or tubes of steel, which are often used to mark obstructions?
  • Gong buoys
  • Nun buoys
  • Can buoys
  • Spar buoys
in 1804 commodore preble tried to convince the bashaw of tripoli to
In 1804, Commodore Preble tried to convince the Bashaw of Tripoli to
  • Give up the war
  • Call a truce
  • Surrender
  • Release the U.S. crewmen
in 1804 commodore preble tried to convince the bashaw of tripoli to1
In 1804, Commodore Preble tried to convince the Bashaw of Tripoli to
  • Give up the war
  • Call a truce
  • Surrender
  • Release the U.S. crewmen
which of the following aircraft has a primary mission of airborne mine countermeasures
Which of the following aircraft has a primary mission of airborne mine countermeasures?
  • MH-53E Sea Dragon
  • V-22A Osprey
  • SH-60 Seahawk
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger
which of the following aircraft has a primary mission of airborne mine countermeasures1
Which of the following aircraft has a primary mission of airborne mine countermeasures?
  • MH-53E Sea Dragon
  • V-22A Osprey
  • SH-60 Seahawk
  • TH-57 Sea Ranger
what type of fog forms only at night over a land surface
What type of fog forms only at night, over a land surface?
  • Advection fog
  • Steam fog
  • Radiation fog
  • Frontal fog
what type of fog forms only at night over a land surface1
What type of fog forms only at night, over a land surface?
  • Advection fog
  • Steam fog
  • Radiation fog
  • Frontal fog
a good distribution system takes into account
A good distribution system takes into account
  • Specifications, priorities and purchasing rules
  • Transportation, control and delivery
  • Origin, destination, lift assets and urgency
  • Storage and issue of critical materials
a good distribution system takes into account1
A good distribution system takes into account
  • Specifications, priorities and purchasing rules
  • Transportation, control and delivery
  • Origin, destination, lift assets and urgency
  • Storage and issue of critical materials
in which type of orienteering activity can control points be visited in any order
In which type of orienteering activity can control points be visited in any order?
  • Memory-O
  • Night-O
  • Score-O
  • Relay-O
in which type of orienteering activity can control points be visited in any order1
In which type of orienteering activity can control points be visited in any order?
  • Memory-O
  • Night-O
  • Score-O
  • Relay-O
in ship architecture terms what part of a ship is the transom
In ship architecture terms, what part of a ship is the transom?
  • The pointed forward portion of the hull
  • The bottom of the hull
  • The top of the hull
  • The extreme back end of the stern
in ship architecture terms what part of a ship is the transom1
In ship architecture terms, what part of a ship is the transom?
  • The pointed forward portion of the hull
  • The bottom of the hull
  • The top of the hull
  • The extreme back end of the stern
the laws that govern the united states navy were originally based on what previous set of laws
The laws that govern the United States Navy were originally based on what previous set of laws?
  • British common and Royal Navy admiralty law
  • The English Court of Chancery law
  • Napoleons’s civil code
  • French and Dutch Naval regulations
the laws that govern the united states navy were originally based on what previous set of laws1
The laws that govern the United States Navy were originally based on what previous set of laws?
  • British common and Royal Navy admiralty law
  • The English Court of Chancery law
  • Napoleons’s civil code
  • French and Dutch Naval regulations
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An informal investigation conducted for the purpose of determining whether or not an offense chargeable under the UCMJ has been committed prior to a Captain’s Mast is known as a…

  • Pretrial investigation
  • Preliminary inquiry
  • Legal officer’s inquiry
  • Article 51 hearing
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An informal investigation conducted for the purpose of determining whether or not an offense chargeable under the UCMJ has been committed prior to a Captain’s Mast is known as a…

  • Pretrial investigation
  • Preliminary inquiry
  • Legal officer’s inquiry
  • Article 51 hearing
which of the following is not one of the five general categories of drugs commonly abused today
Which of the following is NOT one of the five general categories of drugs commonly abused today?
  • Reactants
  • Deliriants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Opiates
which of the following is not one of the five general categories of drugs commonly abused today1
Which of the following is NOT one of the five general categories of drugs commonly abused today?
  • Reactants
  • Deliriants
  • Hallucinogens
  • Opiates
the punic wars were between which two powers
The Punic Wars were between which two powers?
  • Rome and Carthage
  • Athens and Sparta
  • Rome and Gaul
  • Greece and Persia
the punic wars were between which two powers1
The Punic Wars were between which two powers?
  • Rome and Carthage
  • Athens and Sparta
  • Rome and Gaul
  • Greece and Persia
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When in ranks, the space between the chest of one cadet and the back of the cadet ahead of them is known as what?
  • Distance
  • Interval
  • Depth
  • Alignment
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When in ranks, the space between the chest of one cadet and the back of the cadet ahead of them is known as what?
  • Distance
  • Interval
  • Depth
  • Alignment
what is the first and most effective method of controlling bleeding
What is the first and most effective method of controlling bleeding?
  • Direct pressure
  • Indirect pressure
  • Elevating the injury
  • A tourniquet
what is the first and most effective method of controlling bleeding1
What is the first and most effective method of controlling bleeding?
  • Direct pressure
  • Indirect pressure
  • Elevating the injury
  • A tourniquet
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A limited and selective for of naval blockade directed against specific prohibited cargo (contraband) is called a(n)…
  • Embargo
  • Warning blockade
  • Suppression blockade
  • Quarantine
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A limited and selective for of naval blockade directed against specific prohibited cargo (contraband) is called a(n)…
  • Embargo
  • Warning blockade
  • Suppression blockade
  • Quarantine
a piece of rock large enough to make it through the atmosphere and strike the earth is called a
A piece of rock large enough to make it through the atmosphere and strike the Earth is called a
  • Meteoride
  • Meteorite
  • Meteor
  • Comet
a piece of rock large enough to make it through the atmosphere and strike the earth is called a1
A piece of rock large enough to make it through the atmosphere and strike the Earth is called a
  • Meteoride
  • Meteorite
  • Meteor
  • Comet
which u s navy aircraft is used to jam enemy radar electronic data links and communications
Which U.S. Navy aircraft is used to jam enemy radar, electronic data links and communications?
  • F/A-18
  • F-14
  • S-3
  • EA-6B
which u s navy aircraft is used to jam enemy radar electronic data links and communications1
Which U.S. Navy aircraft is used to jam enemy radar, electronic data links and communications?
  • F/A-18
  • F-14
  • S-3
  • EA-6B
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What ribbon device would be given to a Cadet who had earned the Academic ribbon for the 4th time as an Academic team member?
  • Two bronze stars
  • One gold star
  • One gold anchor
  • One silver star
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What ribbon device would be given to a Cadet who had earned the Academic ribbon for the 4th time as an Academic team member?
  • Two bronze stars
  • One gold star
  • One gold anchor
  • One silver star
what types of burns are caused by exposure to hot solids or liquids
What types of burns are caused by exposure to hot solids or liquids?
  • Thermal burns
  • Chemical burns
  • Radiation burns
  • Electrical burns
what types of burns are caused by exposure to hot solids or liquids1
What types of burns are caused by exposure to hot solids or liquids?
  • Thermal burns
  • Chemical burns
  • Radiation burns
  • Electrical burns
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In the daytime, vessels at anchor must display a day shape. What is the color and shape of the day shape?
  • A black ball
  • A brown rectangle
  • A white square
  • A red triangle
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In the daytime, vessels at anchor must display a day shape. What is the color and shape of the day shape?
  • A black ball
  • A brown rectangle
  • A white square
  • A red triangle
who is considered to be the first western grand strategist
Who is considered to be the first Western grand strategist?
  • Alexander the Great of Macedonia
  • Napoleon Bonaparte of France
  • Niccolo Machiavelli of Italy
  • Hannibal of Carthage
who is considered to be the first western grand strategist1
Who is considered to be the first Western grand strategist?
  • Alexander the Great of Macedonia
  • Napoleon Bonaparte of France
  • Niccolo Machiavelli of Italy
  • Hannibal of Carthage
what was the code name given to the invasion of sicily in world war ii
What was the code name given to the invasion of Sicily in World War II?
  • Operation Torch
  • Operation Husky
  • Operation Avalanche
  • Operation Chromite
what was the code name given to the invasion of sicily in world war ii1
What was the code name given to the invasion of Sicily in World War II?
  • Operation Torch
  • Operation Husky
  • Operation Avalanche
  • Operation Chromite
the apollo 11 astronauts set up a moonquake detector at
The Apollo 11 astronauts set up a moonquake detector at
  • The Sea of Tranquility
  • Copernicus
  • Bailly
  • Tycho
the apollo 11 astronauts set up a moonquake detector at1
The Apollo 11 astronauts set up a moonquake detector at
  • The Sea of Tranquility
  • Copernicus
  • Bailly
  • Tycho
slide423

A group of older merchant ships, currently in mothballs but designed to be ready in 30 to 120 days to be activated if required, is known as the

  • Military Sealift Command
  • Reserve Merchant Sealift Fleet
  • National Defense Reserve Fleet
  • Inactive Ship Group
slide424

A group of older merchant ships, currently in mothballs but designed to be ready in 30 to 120 days to be activated if required, is known as the

  • Military Sealift Command
  • Reserve Merchant Sealift Fleet
  • National Defense Reserve Fleet
  • Inactive Ship Group
slide425
According to the Cadet Field Manual, what is the third greatest cause of death among people aged fifteen to twenty-four?
  • Alcohol
  • Automobile accidents
  • Drugs
  • Suicide
slide426
According to the Cadet Field Manual, what is the third greatest cause of death among people aged fifteen to twenty-four?
  • Alcohol
  • Automobile accidents
  • Drugs
  • Suicide
what was the first government to establish permanent resident embassies in other countries
What was the first government to establish permanent resident embassies in other countries?
  • The Roman government
  • The French government
  • The Republic of Venice
  • The Republic of Naples
what was the first government to establish permanent resident embassies in other countries1
What was the first government to establish permanent resident embassies in other countries?
  • The Roman government
  • The French government
  • The Republic of Venice
  • The Republic of Naples
after water what is a survivor s next most urgent need in a survival situation
After water, what is a survivor’s next most urgent need in a survival situation?
  • Fire
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • Clothing
after water what is a survivor s next most urgent need in a survival situation1
After water, what is a survivor’s next most urgent need in a survival situation?
  • Fire
  • Food
  • Shelter
  • Clothing
during the curl up portion of the physical readiness test in what position s may you stop and rest
During the curl-up portion of the physical readiness test, in what position(s) may you stop and rest?
  • The up position only
  • Resting is not allowed during this exercise
  • The down position only
  • You may rest in either the up or down position
during the curl up portion of the physical readiness test in what position s may you stop and rest1
During the curl-up portion of the physical readiness test, in what position(s) may you stop and rest?
  • The up position only
  • Resting is not allowed during this exercise
  • The down position only
  • You may rest in either the up or down position
what is the name of the njrotc social function that is designed for only the members of the unit
What is the name of the NJROTC social function that is designed for only the members of the unit?
  • Dining out
  • Dining in
  • Military ball
  • Mess night
what is the name of the njrotc social function that is designed for only the members of the unit1
What is the name of the NJROTC social function that is designed for only the members of the unit?
  • Dining out
  • Dining in
  • Military ball
  • Mess night
what is the largest and busiest atlantic port of western europe
What is the largest and busiest Atlantic port of Western Europe?
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Le Havre, France
  • Hamburg, Germany
  • Antwerp, Belgium
what is the largest and busiest atlantic port of western europe1
What is the largest and busiest Atlantic port of Western Europe?
  • Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Le Havre, France
  • Hamburg, Germany
  • Antwerp, Belgium
on the beaufort wind scale winds with speeds between 34 and 40 knots are classified as
On the Beaufort Wind Scale, winds with speeds between 34 and 40 knots are classified as…
  • Fresh gale
  • Whole gale
  • Moderate gale
  • Strong gale
on the beaufort wind scale winds with speeds between 34 and 40 knots are classified as1
On the Beaufort Wind Scale, winds with speeds between 34 and 40 knots are classified as…
  • Fresh gale
  • Whole gale
  • Moderate gale
  • Strong gale
what is the unit that is used to measure the rate at which electrical current flows
What is the unit that is used to measure the rate at which electrical current flows?
  • A voltmeter
  • An ohm
  • An ammeter
  • An ampere
what is the unit that is used to measure the rate at which electrical current flows1
What is the unit that is used to measure the rate at which electrical current flows?
  • A voltmeter
  • An ohm
  • An ammeter
  • An ampere
who is considered to be the father of international law
Who is considered to be the “Father of International Law”?
  • Emperor Napoleon I
  • Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Plato
  • Hugo Grotius
who is considered to be the father of international law1
Who is considered to be the “Father of International Law”?
  • Emperor Napoleon I
  • Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Plato
  • Hugo Grotius
slide447
Under international law a sovereign state has three specific characteristics. Which of the following is NOT one of these three?
  • The state has a fixed territory, free from control of any other state
  • The geographic size of the state is above the accepted minimum
  • It has the ability to enter into associations with other states
  • It is a permanently organized legal society or government
slide448
Under international law a sovereign state has three specific characteristics. Which of the following is NOT one of these three?
  • The state has a fixed territory, free from control of any other state
  • The geographic size of the state is above the accepted minimum
  • It has the ability to enter into associations with other states
  • It is a permanently organized legal society or government
which two planets do not have satellite moons
Which two planets do not have satellite moons?
  • Mars and Mercury
  • Neptune and Mars
  • Venus and Neptune
  • Mercury and Venus
which two planets do not have satellite moons1
Which two planets do not have satellite moons?
  • Mars and Mercury
  • Neptune and Mars
  • Venus and Neptune
  • Mercury and Venus
which of the following movements is executed with a 12 inch step
Which of the following movements is executed with a 12-inch step?
  • Back step
  • Change step
  • Half step
  • Left step
which of the following movements is executed with a 12 inch step1
Which of the following movements is executed with a 12-inch step?
  • Back step
  • Change step
  • Half step
  • Left step
who was the writer of das kapital the basis of modern communism
Who was the writer of “Das Kapital”, the basis of modern communism?
  • Joseph Stalin
  • Karl Marx
  • Karl von Clausewitz
  • Vladimir Lenin
who was the writer of das kapital the basis of modern communism1
Who was the writer of “Das Kapital”, the basis of modern communism?
  • Joseph Stalin
  • Karl Marx
  • Karl von Clausewitz
  • Vladimir Lenin
what term describes a ship s ability to operate in all kinds of weather high winds and heavy seas
What term describes a ship’s ability to operate in all kinds of weather, high winds and heavy seas?
  • Seaworthiness
  • Endurance
  • Protection
  • Maneuverability
what term describes a ship s ability to operate in all kinds of weather high winds and heavy seas1
What term describes a ship’s ability to operate in all kinds of weather, high winds and heavy seas?
  • Seaworthiness
  • Endurance
  • Protection
  • Maneuverability
slide457
What was the first U.S. Navy aircraft carrier class designed to launch planes capable of carrying nuclear bombs?
  • The Forrestal class
  • The Constellation class
  • The Enterprise class
  • The Nimitz class
slide458
What was the first U.S. Navy aircraft carrier class designed to launch planes capable of carrying nuclear bombs?
  • The Forrestal class
  • The Constellation class
  • The Enterprise class
  • The Nimitz class
the voting age was lowered to 18 by which amendment to the constitution
The voting age was lowered to 18 by which amendment to the constitution?
  • The 18th
  • The 14th
  • The 26th
  • The 21st
the voting age was lowered to 18 by which amendment to the constitution1
The voting age was lowered to 18 by which amendment to the constitution?
  • The 18th
  • The 14th
  • The 26th
  • The 21st
which of the following is not one of the world s primary frontal zones
Which of the following is NOT one of the world’s primary frontal zones?
  • The Arctic Frontal Zone
  • The Intertropical Convergence Zone
  • The Polar Frontal Zone
  • The Antarctic Frontal Zone
which of the following is not one of the world s primary frontal zones1
Which of the following is NOT one of the world’s primary frontal zones?
  • The Arctic Frontal Zone
  • The Intertropical Convergence Zone
  • The Polar Frontal Zone
  • The Antarctic Frontal Zone
the so called seas on the moon are
The so-called “seas” on the Moon are
  • The mare or maria, which really are areas of water vapor in suspension
  • Lunar spots caused by cooler concentrations of hydrogen suspended in the cosmos
  • The maria, which actually are plains carved with lava or volcanic ash
  • Actually cosmic dust which has been detected in bands around the moon by radio astronomy
the so called seas on the moon are1
The so-called “seas” on the Moon are
  • The mare or maria, which really are areas of water vapor in suspension
  • Lunar spots caused by cooler concentrations of hydrogen suspended in the cosmos
  • The maria, which actually are plains carved with lava or volcanic ash
  • Actually cosmic dust which has been detected in bands around the moon by radio astronomy
where is the naval meteorological and oceanography command located
Where is the Naval Meteorological and Oceanography Command located?
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • Stennis Space Center, Mississippi
  • Norfolk, Virginia
  • Camp Springs, Maryland
where is the naval meteorological and oceanography command located1
Where is the Naval Meteorological and Oceanography Command located?
  • Kansas City, Missouri
  • Stennis Space Center, Mississippi
  • Norfolk, Virginia
  • Camp Springs, Maryland
the line around a boat where the surface of the water meets it when it floats is called the
The line around a boat where the surface of the water meets it when it floats is called the
  • Freeboard
  • Waterline
  • Plane of buoyancy
  • Transom line
the line around a boat where the surface of the water meets it when it floats is called the1
The line around a boat where the surface of the water meets it when it floats is called the
  • Freeboard
  • Waterline
  • Plane of buoyancy
  • Transom line
which of the following is not a purpose of the united nations2
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the United Nations?
  • To maintain peace and security
  • To take effective collective action to prevent and remove threats to world peace
  • To grant diplomatic recognition and exchange ambassadors
  • To cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems
which of the following is not a purpose of the united nations3
Which of the following is NOT a purpose of the United Nations?
  • To maintain peace and security
  • To take effective collective action to prevent and remove threats to world peace
  • To grant diplomatic recognition and exchange ambassadors
  • To cooperate in solving international economic, social, cultural and humanitarian problems
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What is the technical name for the regulations commonly known as the international rules of the road?
  • The Regulations for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea
  • The Maritime Safety Acts
  • The Rules Governing the Movement of Ships at Sea
  • The International Navigation and Safety Regulations
slide472
What is the technical name for the regulations commonly known as the international rules of the road?
  • The Regulations for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea
  • The Maritime Safety Acts
  • The Rules Governing the Movement of Ships at Sea
  • The International Navigation and Safety Regulations
what are the first ten amendments to the constitution called
What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?
  • The Preamble of the Constitution
  • The Constitutional Convention
  • The Bill of Rights
  • The Articles of Confederation
what are the first ten amendments to the constitution called1
What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?
  • The Preamble of the Constitution
  • The Constitutional Convention
  • The Bill of Rights
  • The Articles of Confederation
what aviation forecast concerns itself with weather conditions on successive stages of a flight
What aviation forecast concerns itself with weather conditions on successive stages of a flight?
  • Local forecasts
  • Long range forecasts
  • Terminal forecasts
  • Flight forecasts
what aviation forecast concerns itself with weather conditions on successive stages of a flight1
What aviation forecast concerns itself with weather conditions on successive stages of a flight?
  • Local forecasts
  • Long range forecasts
  • Terminal forecasts
  • Flight forecasts
slide483
What is the name of the group that prepares Navy operational objectives that extend about fifteen years into the future?
  • The Out-Years Forum
  • The Long-Range Objectives Group
  • The Operational Oversight Committee
  • The Foreseeable Futures Committee
slide484
What is the name of the group that prepares Navy operational objectives that extend about fifteen years into the future?
  • The Out-Years Forum
  • The Long-Range Objectives Group
  • The Operational Oversight Committee
  • The Foreseeable Futures Committee
the first known code of civil laws was compiled by what ruler
The first known code of Civil Laws was compiled by what ruler?
  • King Hammurabi
  • Alexander the Great
  • Emperor Napoleon I
  • Emperor Justinian I
the first known code of civil laws was compiled by what ruler1
The first known code of Civil Laws was compiled by what ruler?
  • King Hammurabi
  • Alexander the Great
  • Emperor Napoleon I
  • Emperor Justinian I
what is the staff ornament for the national ensign when displayed in the njrotc color guard
What is the staff ornament for the national ensign when displayed in the NJROTC color guard?
  • There is not a prescribed staff ornament in this case
  • The Battle-axe
  • The Spearhead
  • An American Eagle
what is the staff ornament for the national ensign when displayed in the njrotc color guard1
What is the staff ornament for the national ensign when displayed in the NJROTC color guard?
  • There is not a prescribed staff ornament in this case
  • The Battle-axe
  • The Spearhead
  • An American Eagle
when a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass the cold air usually
When a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass, the cold air usually
  • Forces the warmer air downward
  • Displaces the warm air ahead of it upward
  • Forms a stationary front
  • Forms an occluded front
when a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass the cold air usually1
When a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass, the cold air usually
  • Forces the warmer air downward
  • Displaces the warm air ahead of it upward
  • Forms a stationary front
  • Forms an occluded front
the enlisted supervisors of the deck force are
The enlisted supervisors of the deck force are
  • Boatswains Mates
  • Master at Arms
  • Petty Officers of the Watch
  • Blackshoes
the enlisted supervisors of the deck force are1
The enlisted supervisors of the deck force are
  • Boatswains Mates
  • Master at Arms
  • Petty Officers of the Watch
  • Blackshoes
the fact that the united states did not join the league of nations was an example of
The fact that the United States did not join the League of Nations was an example of
  • Pacifism
  • Foreign policy
  • Democracy
  • Isolationism
the fact that the united states did not join the league of nations was an example of1
The fact that the United States did not join the League of Nations was an example of
  • Pacifism
  • Foreign policy
  • Democracy
  • Isolationism
according to the cadet field manual which cadet normally dismisses the platoon
According to the Cadet Field Manual, which Cadet normally dismisses the platoon?
  • The Platoon Commander
  • The Company Commander
  • The Guide
  • The Mustering Petty Officer
according to the cadet field manual which cadet normally dismisses the platoon1
According to the Cadet Field Manual, which Cadet normally dismisses the platoon?
  • The Platoon Commander
  • The Company Commander
  • The Guide
  • The Mustering Petty Officer
what navy research vessel is designed to flip into a vertical position by flooding the front end
What Navy research vessel is designed to flip into a vertical position by flooding the front end?
  • The Purse Seiner
  • The Floating Instrument Platform Ship
  • The Bathyscaphe
  • No such research ship exists
what navy research vessel is designed to flip into a vertical position by flooding the front end1
What Navy research vessel is designed to flip into a vertical position by flooding the front end?
  • The Purse Seiner
  • The Floating Instrument Platform Ship
  • The Bathyscaphe
  • No such research ship exists
under international agreement wind speed is always given in
Under international agreement, wind speed is always given in
  • Miles per hour
  • Feet per second
  • Knots
  • All of the above answers are correct
under international agreement wind speed is always given in1
Under international agreement, wind speed is always given in
  • Miles per hour
  • Feet per second
  • Knots
  • All of the above answers are correct
which of the following types of metal wire conducts electricity the best
Which of the following types of metal wire conducts electricity the best?
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Silver
  • Aluminum
which of the following types of metal wire conducts electricity the best1
Which of the following types of metal wire conducts electricity the best?
  • Copper
  • Iron
  • Silver
  • Aluminum
most of the shrimp tuna and lobster caught in the indian ocean are canned or frozen for sale in
Most of the shrimp, tuna and lobster caught in the Indian Ocean are canned or frozen for sale in
  • Japan
  • Taiwan
  • United States
  • Korea
most of the shrimp tuna and lobster caught in the indian ocean are canned or frozen for sale in1
Most of the shrimp, tuna and lobster caught in the Indian Ocean are canned or frozen for sale in
  • Japan
  • Taiwan
  • United States
  • Korea
slide509
Coordinating military, industrial and civilian mobilization as part of a total national effort in events of war is the task of the
  • President
  • Secretary of Defense
  • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Chief of Naval Operations
slide510
Coordinating military, industrial and civilian mobilization as part of a total national effort in events of war is the task of the
  • President
  • Secretary of Defense
  • Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Chief of Naval Operations
some acts considered rights in the civilian world are offenses in military society this is because
Some acts considered rights in the civilian world are offenses in military society; this is because
  • Military law developed from the Napoleonic Code rather than the Magna Carta and English common law
  • The Constitution does not apply to the military establishment
  • The demands of military service are such that positive control and an established code of conduct are required always
  • Military law is steeped in tradition
some acts considered rights in the civilian world are offenses in military society this is because1
Some acts considered rights in the civilian world are offenses in military society; this is because
  • Military law developed from the Napoleonic Code rather than the Magna Carta and English common law
  • The Constitution does not apply to the military establishment
  • The demands of military service are such that positive control and an established code of conduct are required always
  • Military law is steeped in tradition
what branch of the united states government enforces the laws
What branch of the United States government enforces the laws?
  • Judicial branch
  • Congressional branch
  • Executive branch
  • Legislative branch
what branch of the united states government enforces the laws1
What branch of the United States government enforces the laws?
  • Judicial branch
  • Congressional branch
  • Executive branch
  • Legislative branch
slide517
The two stages of U.S. grand strategy which were designed to contain Communism after World War II were
  • Limited interventionism and the reliance on a single weapons system
  • Strategic sufficiency and second strike capability
  • Shunning entangling alliances and the Monroe Doctrine
  • Massive retaliation and flexible response
slide518
The two stages of U.S. grand strategy which were designed to contain Communism after World War II were
  • Limited interventionism and the reliance on a single weapons system
  • Strategic sufficiency and second strike capability
  • Shunning entangling alliances and the Monroe Doctrine
  • Massive retaliation and flexible response
on what indian ocean island has the united states built a naval communications station and air base2
On what Indian Ocean island has the United States built a naval communications station and air base?
  • Diego Garcia
  • Bahrain
  • Hawaii
  • Guam
on what indian ocean island has the united states built a naval communications station and air base3
On what Indian Ocean island has the United States built a naval communications station and air base?
  • Diego Garcia
  • Bahrain
  • Hawaii
  • Guam
slide521

In total war, the whole national economy would have to be mobilized efficiently. To overcome some of the past logistic problems, logistic planners incorporated some of these principles into their planning

  • Responsiveness and simplicity
  • Attainability and survivability
  • Flexibility and economy
  • All of the above
slide522

In total war, the whole national economy would have to be mobilized efficiently. To overcome some of the past logistic problems, logistic planners incorporated some of these principles into their planning

  • Responsiveness and simplicity
  • Attainability and survivability
  • Flexibility and economy
  • All of the above
slide523
In September 1945, aboard the USS MISSOURI, who signed the World War II Japanese surrender document on behalf of the United States?
  • General MacArthur
  • General Patton
  • Admiral Nimitz
  • President Truman
slide524
In September 1945, aboard the USS MISSOURI, who signed the World War II Japanese surrender document on behalf of the United States?
  • General MacArthur
  • General Patton
  • Admiral Nimitz
  • President Truman
what is the space between each brown line on a topographical map called
What is the space between each brown line on a topographical map called?
  • Deviation
  • Contour interval
  • Declination
  • Variation
what is the space between each brown line on a topographical map called1
What is the space between each brown line on a topographical map called?
  • Deviation
  • Contour interval
  • Declination
  • Variation
most of the shrimp tuna and lobster caught in the indian ocean are canned or frozen for sale in2
Most of the shrimp, tuna and lobster caught in the Indian Ocean are canned or frozen for sale in
  • Japan
  • Taiwan
  • United States
  • Korea
most of the shrimp tuna and lobster caught in the indian ocean are canned or frozen for sale in3
Most of the shrimp, tuna and lobster caught in the Indian Ocean are canned or frozen for sale in
  • Japan
  • Taiwan
  • United States
  • Korea
when a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass the cold air usually2
When a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass, the cold air usually
  • Forces the warmer air upward
  • Displaces the warm air ahead of it upward
  • Forms a stationary front
  • Forms an occluded front
when a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass the cold air usually3
When a cold air mass collides with a warmer air mass, the cold air usually
  • Forces the warmer air upward
  • Displaces the warm air ahead of it upward
  • Forms a stationary front
  • Forms an occluded front
the backside of the moon was photographed during
The backside of the moon was photographed during
  • Pioneer expeditions
  • Apollo expeditions
  • International space station
  • Mercury capsules
the backside of the moon was photographed during1
The backside of the moon was photographed during
  • Pioneer expeditions
  • Apollo expeditions
  • International space station
  • Mercury capsules
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