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  1. What is ASAP?
    • ASAP is army substance abuse program.
    • AR 600-85
  2. What is the mission of ASAP?
    to strengthen overall fitness and effectiveness of the army's total workforce and to enhance the combat readiness of its soldiers
  3. If you are refferred to ASAP and you don't appear what happens?
    you are considered under UCMJ actions (article 86) and you cannot re-enlist
  4. What is DA form 8003?
    ways to identify ASAP
  5. what are ways to idenifty ASAP?
    volumtary, commander's ID, biochemical, medical, investigation or apprehension
  6. What is the FM for Drill and Ceremony?
    FM 3-21.5
  7. What are the three marching steps used in drill?
    15 inch, 30 inch and 30 inch double time (180 paces)
  8. what is the purpose of the drill?
    to have your commander or NCO to move his unit from one place to another in an orderly fashion
  9. what are the four rest positions?
    at rest, parade rest, at ease, stand at ease
  10. what are the primary values of ceremonies?
    to render honors, preserve tradition and to stimulate esprit de corps.
  11. the plt guide should never be what?
    out of step
  12. what is formation?
    the arrangement of elements of a unit in a prescribed manner
  13. how many steps are per minute?
    • quick time- 120
    • double time-180 paces
  14. what are the four types of command in drill?
    two part, combined, supple menting and detective
  15. What is the AR number for military customes and courtesies?
    AR 600-25
  16. salutes are not required when a senior or subordinate are ____________________
    in civis, engaged in a routine work if salute will interfere, carrying articles with both hands so occupied to make it impractiable, working as a member of a detail, in public places and in the ranks of formation
  17. when do you salute in doors?
    when reporting to a board, commander, pay officer, indoor ceremonies, and at sentry duty indoors.
  18. What is the DA form 3349?
    physical profile
  19. how many and what are the formations you can use in PT?
    there is two and they are open rectangular and circle formation
  20. what does it mean to be resiliant?
    the ability to recover quickly from different conditions and bouncing back up
  21. what are the 8 troop leading procedures?
    • 1) recieve the mission
    • 2) issue a warning order
    • 3) make a plan
    • 4) star necessary movement
    • 5) reconniscance
    • 6) complete the plan
    • 7) issue the order
    • 8) supervise
  22. what are the 4 fundamentals of worksmanship?
    breathing, sight picture, trigger squeeze, and steady position
  23. what is the max range of 9 mil?
    1800 meters
  24. what are the steps of evaluating a casualty?
    check for responsiveness, breathing, pulse, bleeding, shock, fractures, burns and concussions
  25. what is the only patch you can wear on your uniform?
    PT badge
  26. what is the name of the army song?
    the army goes rolling along
  27. What is the FM for M4?
    FM 3-22.9
  28. what the first thing you do with a weapon?
    clear it
  29. name 5 phases in basic rifle marksmanship
    • 1) preliminary rifle instruction
    • 2) downrange feedback
    • 3) field fire
    • 4) advanced rifle marksmanship
    • 5) advanced optics, laser and iron sights
  30. enlisted members only salute with one another when reporting in formation or a senior enlisted member at the board
  31. the purpose of the weapon is to stimulate all of the BRM life fire scenarios without firing live rounds. Immediate action is available.
  32. During PMI the two positions taught are
    basic foxhole prone supported and prone unsupported
  33. what are the two basic elements of sight picture?
    slight aligntment and placing of aiming point
  34. What does SPORTS stand for?
    slap, pull, observe, release, tap, squeeze
  35. what is the immediate action applied to a weapon at once?
    SPORTS
  36. what is the remmedial action?
    the continuing effort to determine the cause for a stoppage omal function and to try to clear the stoppage once its been identified
  37. what ae the list of remedial actions?
    • place weapon on safe
    • remove mag
    • lock bolt to the rear
    • place weapon on safe if not already done
  38. what are the proper procedures for immediate action?
    • slap mag making sure its secured
    • pull the charging handle to the rear
    • observe for a live round
    • release charging handle
    • tap the forward assist
    • squeeze the trigger
  39. what is malfunction?
    when a weapon ceases to fire due to a stoppage
  40. what are the malfunctions of a M4?
    • when failure of ;
    • chambering
    • feeding
    • locking
    • firing
    • unlocking
    • extracting
    • ejecting
    • cocking
  41. what are the 8 steps of functioning?
    • chambering
    • feeding
    • locking
    • firing
    • unlocking
    • extracting
    • ejecting
    • cocking
  42. what is the maximum effective range?
    the greatest distance at which a soldier may be expected to deliver a target hit
  43. what does CLP stand for?
    cleaner, lubricant, preservative
  44. M4: mag fed, air cooled, gas operated, semi-automatic, takes 5.56 rounds, hand held, shoulder fired weapon
  45. what are the 7 types of ammo?
    • ball
    • tracer
    • dummy
    • blank
    • green tip
    • red tip
    • short range training ammo
  46. what is the weight of a M4?
    6.49
  47. what is the weight of a M4 with a sling & loaded 20 round?
    7.19
  48. what is the weight of a M4 with a sling and loaded 30 round?
    7.50
  49. what are the max effective rates of fire for an M4?
    • semi: 45
    • burst: 90
    • sustained: 12-15 per minute
  50. what is the muzzle velocity of an M4?
    2,970 ft per sec
  51. what is the basic load for m4?
    10 rounds (7 mags)
  52. what are the ranges in meters of an M4?
    • point : 500
    • area: 600
    • max: 3600
  53. what do you do to clear an M4?
    • place on safe
    • remove mag
    • lock bolt
    • inspect it
    • put bolt forward
    • place on semi & squeeze
    • pull handle to rear
    • release it
    • place on safe
    • close port cover
  54. what are the functions check?
    • 1) safe (lever), squeeze trigger & it shouldn't move
    • 2) place on semi, squeeze and hold, release bolt, hammer should fall (thud) (squeeze)
    • 3) pull handle back, release, place on burst, squeeze & hold (thud) then charge. handle three times.
    • 4) release trigger, squeeze, pull back, place on safe
  55. what is the FM of M249?
    FM 3-22.68
  56. what are the ranges for a m249?
    • max: 3600
    • point: 600
    • area: 800
  57. what is the weight of a m249?
    16.41 lbs
  58. what does SAW stand for?
    squad automatic weapon
  59. what is the basic ammo for M249?
    1,000 rounds (2 drums)
  60. what is the length of a m249?
    40.87 inches
  61. M249 is a gas operated, mag or belt fed, fully automatic, air-colled and fires from open bolt position
  62. what are the rates of fire for a M249?
    • sustained: 100
    • cyclic: 650-850
    • rapid: 200
  63. what do you do to clear a M249?
    • move safety to fire
    • pull cocking handle to the rear
    • lock bolt in place
    • make handle go forward (bolt still racked back)
    • check the feed trade cover & mechanism assembly
    • cover it
    • move lever to "F" and press the trigger squeeze
    • manually move the bolt forward
  64. what are 8 major groups of m249?
    • operating rod group
    • barrel group
    • handguard group
    • buttstock and buffer assembly
    • trigger mechanism
    • gas cylinder
    • bipod
    • reciever group
  65. what are the 3 firing positions of a m249?
    shoulder, hip, underarm
  66. what are the 2 unique features of a m249?
    it has a regulator to change rates of fire

    bolt & mag fed
  67. what is the FM for the M9?
    FM 3-23.35
  68. what is the weight of the M9?
    2.1 lbs
  69. what is the weight of the M9 with rounds?
    2.6 lbs
  70. describe the M9;
    mag fed, semi automatic, 9mm, recoil operated, double action weapon
  71. what is the basic load of ammo for a M9?
    45 rounds
  72. how many rounds can a M9 mag hold?
    15 rounds
  73. what are the two types of ammo for a m9?
    9mm ball and 9mm dummy
  74. what are the proper clearing procedures for an m9?
    • place on safe
    • remove mag
    • pull slide to the rear & make sure no rounds are in
  75. functions check for M9 is clear, insert empty mag, lock bolt to the rear, release mag, make sure it's on safe, make bolt go forward making sure the hammer is on a forward position, squeeze and release trigger. place on safe, fire to check double action, squeeze trigger and hold it to the rear, retract and release the slide, release the rigger. squeeze trigger to check the single action.
  76. what are the major components of the m9?
    • slide & barrel assembly
    • recoil spring & spring guide
    • locking block assembly
    • reciever and magazine
  77. what are the ranges of an m9?
    • point: 50
    • area: 60
    • maximum range: 1800
  78. what are the 3 safety features of a m9?
    decocking, safety levers, firing pin
  79. what is the FM for MK19?
    FM 3-22.27
  80. MK19- air cooled, blow back operated, belt-fed mag, metallic link belt/ 40 mm grenade cartridges
  81. What is the FM for 50 cal?
    FM 3-22.65
  82. 50 cal- belt fed, recoil operated, air cooled, crew served machine gun
  83. what is the FM for physical fitness training?
    FM 21-20
  84. what are the 3 phases of physical conditioning?
    • preparatory
    • conditioning
    • maintenance
  85. AR 350- 1 chp. 1 section 24
  86. What is the DA form 705?
    physical readiness score card
  87. what are the two physical fitness formations?
    extended rectangular and circular
  88. what are the commands to get a unit from a normal line to an extended rectangular formation?
    • extend to the left march
    • arms downward move
    • right face
    • extend to the left march
    • right face
    • from front to rear count off
    • even #'s to the left uncover
  89. what are the 7 basic principles of exercise?
    • regularity
    • progression
    • overload
    • balance
    • specificity
    • variety
    • recovery
  90. what are the 5 components of physical fitness?
    • cardio respiratory endurance
    • muscular strength
    • muscular endurance
    • flexibility
    • body composition
  91. What is the FM for First aid?
    FM 4-25.11
  92. Self aid is?
    emergency treatment one applies to oneself
  93. Name some items that you might use as a splint from your military equipment?
    bayonet, rifle, entrenching tool, tent poles, stakes, web bolt
  94. what is the quickest way to splint a broke leg?
    tie it to the unbroken leg
  95. what are 3 categories of heat injuries?
    • heat cramps
    • heat exhaustian
    • heat stroke
  96. what are two basic types of fractures?
    open and closed
  97. what is a open fracture?
    bleeding, bones sticking through, check for pulse
  98. what is a closed fracture?
    swelling, discoloration, deformity, unusual body position, check for pulse
  99. what are three types of bleeding?
    • arterial (blood is bright red and will spurt rapidly)
    • venous (blood is dark and flow is steady)
    • capillary (blood oozes from wound)
  100. what are the 8 steps in evaluating a casualty?
    • concussions
    • breathing
    • responseivness
    • shock
    • pulse
    • burns
    • fractures
    • bleeding
  101. what are the four types of burns?
    thermal, chemical, electrical, laser
  102. what is the FM for CBRN?
    FM 3-3
  103. what does JUST stand for?
    joint service light weight integrated suit technology
  104. what does MOPP stand for?
    mission oriented protective posture
  105. when under NBC attack, when do you give warning?
    after putting your mask on
  106. chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear
  107. NBC harzards are classified in what 2 types?
    immediate hazards (produce casualties immediate after attack)

    residual hazards (delayed effects)
  108. what forms do chemical agents come in?
    vapors, liquids, solids, gases
  109. when fitting the protective mask, what sequence does the strap tighten in?
    forehead, cheecks, temple
  110. 3 fundamentals of NBC defense
    avoid contamination, protection, decontamination
  111. what are the 3 levels of decontamination?
    immediate, operational, thourough
  112. what is the AR for military justice?
    AR 27-10
  113. a person does not have to accept an article 15, we have the right to demand trial by court martial
  114. There are 146 articles in the VCMJ and 12 sub articles
  115. VCMJ was enacted in 1950
  116. who may impose an article 15?
    a commanding officer/warrant officer in commanding
  117. the VCMJ establishes what conduct is a crime, establish the various types of courts and sets fourth basic procedures to be followed by military justice
  118. what are the 3 classifications of article 15's?
    summarized, company grade, field grade
  119. summarized article 15: DA form 2627-1
  120. articles 77-134 are punitive articles
  121. what are 3 types of court martials?
    summary, special, and general
  122. what are the rights given to a soldier under article 31?
    the right to remain silent, demand trial and the right to an attorney
  123. what is the FM of leadership?
    FM 6-22
  124. define leadership
    is influencing people by providing purpose, direction and motivation while operating to accomplish the mission and improving the organization
  125. what is purpose?
    gives subordinates the reason to act in order to achieve a desired goal
  126. what is direction?
    direction: guidance, prioritizing tasks, assinging responsibility for completetion and ensuring the standard
  127. what is motivation?
    the will to do what is neccessary to acomplish the mission
  128. describe be, know, do
    • be- what the leader must be (army values)
    • know- leader must know their job
    • do- leaders must be able to the task at hand
  129. what are the 3 principle ways that leaders can develop others through which they provide knowledge and feedback?
    counseling, coaching, mentoring
  130. a leaders effectiveness is dramatically enhanced by understanding & developing what areas?
    military bearing, physical fitness, confidence, resilence
  131. what is military bearing?
    a professional image of authority
  132. what are 3 levels of leadership?
    • direct: face to face
    • organizational: leaders influence hundreds thousands of people
    • strategic: includes military & DA civilian leaders
  133. what are the attributes of a leader?
    leads, develops, achieves
  134. what are 2 barriers of communication?
    physical and psychological
  135. what are the 7 steps of problem solving?
    • ID the problem
    • gather info
    • develop criteria
    • generate solutions
    • analyze solutions
    • compare
    • make and implement the decision
  136. what are the team building stages?
    formation, enrichment, sustaintment
  137. what are things that affect morale in a unit?
    mess, military justice, mail, supply, billets
  138. what are the 3 characters that determines a leader?
    army values, empathy, wamor ethos
  139. what is the FM for counseling?
    fm 6-22
  140. what are some techniques leaders may use during the directive approach to counseling?
    corrective training, commanding
  141. what are the three approachs to counseling?
    • directive
    • non directive
    • combined
  142. what are the 3 major categories of devlopmental counseling?
    • event
    • performance
    • professional growth
  143. what are the four stages of the counseling process?
    • identify the need for counseling
    • prepare
    • conduct counseling
    • follow up
  144. what is counseling?
    the process used by leaders to review with a subordinate; the subordinates demonstrated performance and potential
  145. how many human needs are there?
    4
  146. what are the 4 human needs?
    physical, social, security, higher (religion)
  147. what is tact?
    a keen sense of what to do or say to maintain good relations
  148. what is the object of counseling?
    for one person to help another
  149. what should leaders improve on?
    active listening, responding, questions
  150. leaders inorder to show they understand the message should give _____
    feedback
  151. in communications, your exchange of info has 3 important parts
    message, content, context
  152. what are the 3 stresses that influence behavior?
    fear, hunger, stress (anxiety), illness, fatigue
  153. what is the counseling form?
    DA form 4856 E
  154. when was the NCO support channel recognized?
    20 December 1976
  155. What is a sergeants buisness?
    to train and lead soldiers
  156. what is the chain of command?
    the succession of commanders superior to subordinates through which command is exercised
  157. what is responsibility?
    being accountable for what you do
  158. how does the chain of command support the NCO channel?
    by punishing those who challenge a sargents authority
  159. what is duty?
    a legal or morale obligation to do what should be done without being told to do so
  160. what is the role of a CSM?
    senior enlisted advis or to the battalion commander
  161. how does a commander exercise command?
    through subordinate commanders
  162. when was the position of the sergeant major of the army established?
    4 July 1966
  163. What are the key elements of command?
    authority and responsibility
  164. what is the NCO support channel?
    channel of communication that reinforces the chain of command
  165. what must a sargent have in order to accomplish sargents buisness?
    the skill, ability & leadership to train soldiers for combat enviornments
  166. what is the AR for uniforms?
    AR 670-1
  167. the flag is worn on the right shoulder to give the effect of flag flying into the breeze as the person moves forward
  168. AR 700-84 covers issue of clothing
  169. when must ID tags be worn?
    when direxted by the commandr, engage infield training, in an aircraft or OCONUS
  170. what does ECWS stand for?
    extended cold weather system
  171. what are the ranks that shoulder boards come in?
    CPL through SGM of the army & officer ranks?
  172. what is CVC?
    combat vehicle crewmans uniform
  173. who is authorized to wear insignia of branch on the PC?
    chaplains
  174. service ribbons of female class A's are parallel to the bottom edge of the name plate
  175. unit awards are worn 1/2 inch above the top of the name plate on females
  176. marksmanship badges 1/4 inch below ribbon row personnel may adjust the placement to conform in an individuals body shape
  177. belt for female: wearer's right
  178. no more than 3 badges (marksmanship) are worn ont he class A
  179. regimental distinctive insignia 1/2 inch above name plate or 1/4 inch above unit awards
  180. 1 service stripe represents 3 years
  181. Trovsers will not have stripes with PVT'S- SPCS but with NCO's & officers they do.
  182. Sargent time training is?
    when NCO's train their soldiers for combat readiness or anything related to their MOS based ont he unites melt; their list of the task
  183. what are the army programs?
    • ASAP - Army substance abuse program
    • ACS- army community service
    • ACES- army community education service
    • Army Sexual Assualt prevention & response program
    • EO-equal oppurtunity

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