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  1. ASSIGNMENT 1
    Textbook Assignment: Chapter 1 �Policies and Programs� and chapter 2 �Military Conduct and Justice.�
  2. Pollution can result when which of the
    following types of agents is/are introduced
    into the air, water, or soil?
    1. Biological
    2. Chemical
    3. Physical
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  3. Which of the following operations causes
    the most pollution?
    1. Industrial
    2. Municipal
    3. Transportation
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  4. Which of the following materials is the
    primary municipal pollutant?
    1. Raw or inadequately treated sewage
    2. Radioactive waste
    3. Petroleum products
    4. Acids
    1. Raw or inadequately treated sewage
  5. Which of the following modes of
    transportation creates most air pollutants?
    1. Trains
    2. Waterborne vessels
    3. Motor vehicles
    4. Aircraft
    3. Motor vehicles
  6. Which, if any, of the following effects of
    pollution is the most serious?
    1. Psychological
    2. Biological
    3. Physical
    4. None of the above
    2. Biological

  7. Steel erodes faster than normal when exposed
    to which of the following air pollutants?
    1. Pesticides
    2. Herbicides
    3. Zinc oxides
    4. Sulfur oxides
    4. Sulufur oxides
  8. Most pesticides fall into which of the
    following categories?
    1. Selective
    2. Nonselective
    3. Preselective
    4. Control selective
    2. Nonselective
  9. What is the primary pollution concern of Navy
    personnel?
    1. Noise pollution
    2. Shore command wastes
    3. Shipboard wastes
    3. Shipboard wastes
  10. Which of the following terms identifies
    abatement?
    1. Maintaining
    2. Raising
    3. Lowering
    4. Containing
    3. Lowering
  11. Under the Clean Air Act, what government
    body has the primary responsibility for
    assuring air quality?
    1. Federal government
    2. Each state
    3. Local municipalities
    4. Department of Transportation
    2. Each state
  12. Virtually all Navy ships have some type of
    sanitation device installed. Which of the
    following types of systems retains sewage on
    board for discharge ashore or in waters where
    discharging is allowed?
    1. Direct discharge
    2. Positive flow
    3. Marine sanitation
    4. Collection, holding, and transfer
    3. Marine sanitation
  13. When operating sanitation devices in foreign
    waters, Navy ships comply with which of the
    following requirements?
    1. Status of Forces Agreement
    2. Coast Guard instructions
    3. NAVFAC guidelines
    4. All of the above
    1. Status of Forces Agreement
  14. Vessels may not discharge unpulped trash
    within what minimum distance from the
    U.S. coastline?
    1. 20 nm
    2. 25 nm
    3. 30 nm
    4. 35 nm
    2. 25 nm
  15. Submarines may discharge negatively buoyant
    compacted trash not less than 12 nm from the
    U.S. coastline only if the water depth is greater
    than how many fathoms?
    1. 1,000
    2. 500
    3. 100
    4. 50
    1. 1,000
  16. The Navy�s land management program
    involves which of the following efforts?
    1. Migratory bird management
    2. Production and sale of forest products
    3. Soil and water conservation
    4. Use of off-road vehicles
    3. Soil and water conservation
  17. From what part of the world does the U.S.
    import most of its crude oil?
    1. Southeast Asia
    2. Central Europe
    3. South America
    4. Middle East
    4. Middle East
  18. What program provides information and
    support for Navy personnel who are guests
    in foreign lands?
    1. Navy Sponsor Program
    2. Overseas Duty Support Program
    3. Navy Assistance Program
    4. Navy Relocation Program
    2. Overseas Duty Support Program
  19. The Military Cash Awards Program
    (MILCAP) provides monetary recognition
    of up to what maximum amount?
    1. $ 5,000
    2. $10,000
    3. $20,000
    4. $25,000
    4. $25,000
  20. The Navy�s Health and Physical Readiness
    Program promotes health and fitness at the
    command level. As part of this program, naval
    personnel are required to undergo fitness
    testing at what interval?
    1. Biennially
    2. Annually
    3. Semiannually
    4. Quarterly
    3. Semiannually
  21. �Informing the public and members of the
    naval service about Navy operations and
    programs� is the mission of
    1. BUPERS
    2. CNO
    3. PAO
    4. SECNAV
    3. PAO
  22. Extravagant, careless, or needless expenditure
    of government resources.
    1. Fraud
    2. Waste
    3. Abuse
    4. Mismanagement
    2. Waste
  23. Intentional misleading or deceitful conduct
    that deprives the government of its resources
    or rights.
    1. Fraud
    2. Waste
    3. Abuse
    4. Mismanagement
    1. Fraud
  24. Intentional wrongful or improper use of
    government resources.
    1. Fraud
    2. Waste
    3. Abuse
    4. Mismanagement
    3. Abuse
  25. You can report fraud, waste, abuse, and
    mismanagement to which of the following
    offices?
    1. The Navy hotline
    2. The chain of command
    3. The Naval Criminal Investigative Service
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  26. To maintain public confidence in its integrity,
    all naval personnel must comply with the
    Standards of Conduct and Professional Ethics.
    1. True
    2. False
    1. True
  27. If you disclose information about a person to
    unauthorized personnel, you could be fined up
    to what maximum amount?
    1. $5,000
    2. $3,000
    3. $2,000
    4. $1,000
    1. $5,000
  28. The guidance and policy for making sure
    that equal opportunity works rests with
    what office?
    1. Command master chief
    2. Commanding officer
    3. Chief of Naval Operations
    4. Secretary of the Navy
    3. Chief of Naval Operations
  29. Which of the following persons is responsible
    for making equal opportunity a reality with a
    command?
    1. Commanding officer
    2. Executive officer
    3. Operations officer
    4. Command master chief
    1. Commanding officer
  30. Your performance evaluation does not reflect
    your attitude toward and your conduct in
    support of the Navy�s equal opportunity
    program.
    1. True
    2. False
    2. False
  31. If a Sailor takes part in insensitive practices,
    he/she receives counseling on treating people
    equally. If counseling isn�t effective, what
    action, if any, may take place?
    1. Administrative action only
    2. Disciplinary action only
    3. Administrative or disciplinary action
    4. None
    3. Administrative or disciplinary action
  32. On what basis should supervisors assign
    duties such as food service and compartment
    cleaning?
    1. Skills and abilities
    2. Seniority
    3. A fair, rotational basis
    4. Time in service
    3. A fair, rotational basis
  33. The Department of the Navy sets the
    requirements for advancement for paygrades
    E-1 through E-9. Which of the following is
    the determining factor in advancement?
    1. A vacancy
    2. Having a high multiple
    3. Passing the advancement-in-rate exam
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  34. Navy personnel are prohibited from taking
    part in a civil rights demonstration under
    which of the following circumstances?
    1. When the demonstration occurs during
    duty hours
    2. While they are in uniform
    3. When the demonstration occurs
    on a military reservation
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above

    • If you cannot resolve a complaint among the
    • personnel involved, you can attach a written
    • complaint to a special request chit and forward
    • it through the chain of command. You must do
    • this within 5 days?
    • 1. True
    • 2. False
    • 2. False
  35. Which of the following personnel can be
    victims of sexual harassment?
    1. Men only
    2. Women only
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
  36. Which of the following phrases describes
    sexual harassment?
    1. Unwelcome sexual advances
    2. Requests for sexual favors
    3. Verbal or physical conduct that is sexual
    in nature
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  37. Someone in a command position makes
    sexual advances towards you, making it
    impossible to do your job. You are being
    sexually harassed.
    1. True
    2. False
    1. True
  38. Which of the following is a criteria for a
    person�s behavior to be considered sexual
    harassment?
    1. Unwelcome
    2. Sexual in nature
    3. Occur or impact your work
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  39. IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 39 AND 40,
    REFER TO FIGURE A AND SELECT THE ZONE
    USED TO DESCRIBE THE QUESTION.
    A. Red
    B. Yellow
    C. Green
  40. Sexually explicit pictures.
    1. A
    2. C
    3. B
    1. A
  41. Suggestive posters, calendars, and off-color
    jokes.
    1. A
    2. C
    3. B
    3. B
  42. What person has the responsibility of
    appointing the command ombudsman?
    1. Commanding officer
    2. Executive officer
    3. Division officer
    4. Command master chief
    1. commanding officer
  43. What person determines the content and
    priorities of the command ombudsman
    program?
    1. Commanding officer
    2. Executive officer
    3. Division officer
    4. Command master chief
    1. Commanding officer
  44. Which of the following statements is a
    purpose of the Reenlistment Quality Control
    Program?
    1. To provide a personnel management
    program to control rating manning
    2. To issue reenlistment criteria
    3. To establish standardized professional
    growth points
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  45. All first-term Sailors in paygrades E-1 through
    E-6 requesting reenlistment must be approved
    for reenlistment through what program?
    1. CREO
    2. ENCORE
    3. HYT
    4. EEO
    2. ENCORE
  46. What person directs and supervises the Navy�s
    voting program?
    1. Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff
    2. Chief of Naval Operations
    3. Chief of Naval Personnel
    4. Chief of Naval Information
    3. Chief of Naval Personnel
  47. Which of the following are sources that set
    forth the basic disciplinary laws for the U.S.
    Navy?
    1. U.S. Navy Regulations
    2. Standard Organization and Regulations
    of the U.S. Navy
    3. Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ)
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  48. Which of the following characteristics are
    traits of a good Sailor?
    1. Puts the good of the ship and the Navy
    above personal likes and dislikes
    2. Obeys the rules of military courtesy
    and etiquette
    3. Demonstrates loyalty, self-control,
    honesty, and truthfulness
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  49. In what year was the Code of Conduct first
    prescribed?
    1. 1965
    2. 1955
    3. 1945
    4. 1935
    2. 1955
  50. The Code of Conduct was adopted to provide
    guidance for service personnel in which of the
    following circumstances?
    1. When stationed on foreign soil
    2. When traveling at home and abroad
    3. When facing the enemy as prisoners of war
    4. All of the above
    3. When facing the enemy as POW
  51. In what year was Executive Order 12633
    issued amending the Code of Conduct to
    use neutral-gender language?
    1. 1987
    2. 1988
    3. 1989
    4. 1990
    2. 1988
  52. How many articles make up the Code of
    Conduct?
    1. Two
    2. Four
    3. Six
    4. Eight
    3. Six
  53. When, if ever, may you voluntarily surrender
    to the enemy?
    1. If alone and completely isolated from
    friendly troops
    2. If no longer able to inflict casualties on
    the enemy
    3. If able to detain the enemy and let others
    escape capture
    4. Never
    4. Never
  54. Who may be assigned shore patrol duties?
    1. Officers only
    2. Petty officers only
    3. Officers and petty officers
    4. All Navy personnel
    3. Officers and petty officers
  55. In areas where different armed services are
    located, the military police from each service
    may be combined to form one unit. What term
    identifies this unit?
    1. Armed Forces Police Department
    2. Armed Forces Police Detachment
    3. Armed Forces Police Service
    4. Armed Forces Police Group
    2. Armed Forces Police Detachment
  56. Aboard ship, the master-at-arms (MAA)
    force is headed by the chief master-at-arms
    (CMAA). The CMAA works directly for
    which of the following officers?
    1. Weapons officer
    2. Security officer
    3. Executive officer
    4. Administrative officer
    3. Executive officer
  57. Discipline training develops which of the
    following personal traits?
    1. Character
    2. Efficiency
    3. Self-control
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  58. Discipline is important to the Navy for which
    of the following reasons?
    1. To instill fear of punishment
    2. To decrease command responsibility
    3. To provide punishment for wrongdoers
    4. To enable personnel to function as a unit
    with a high degree of efficiency
    • 4. To enable personnel to function as a unit
    • with a high degree of efficiency
  59. Punishment is administered in the Navy for
    which of the following reasons?
    1. To serve as an object lesson to the
    wrongdoer and others
    2. To pacify those who have suffered a wrong
    3. To correct a wrong
    4. To avenge a wrong
    • 1. To serve as an object lesson to the
    • wrongdoer and others
  60. What chapter of the United States Navy
    Regulations describes the rights and
    responsibilities of all Navy members?
    1. 12
    2. 11
    3. 10
    4. 9
    2. 11
  61. What person is responsible for making sure
    that the Navy Regs conforms to the current
    needs of the Department of the Navy?
    1. The Secretary of the Navy
    2. The Judge Advocate General
    3. The Chief of Naval Operations
    4. The Commandant of the Marine Corps
    3. The CNO
  62. Navy Regs and changes to it are issued by
    the Secretary of the Navy after what person
    approves them?
    1. The President
    2. The Vice President
    3. The Attorney General
    4. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    1. The President
  63. Failure to obey any regulation subjects the
    offender to charges under what UCMJ article?
    1. 91
    2. 92
    3. 93
    4. 94
    2. 92
  64. What article of the Navy Regs lists the
    publications that must be made available
    upon request by any active-duty person?
    1. 1020
    2. 1010
    3. 0917
    4. 0818
    4. 0818
  65. What article of the Navy Regs gives officers
    the authority necessary to perform their
    duties?
    1. 1021
    2. 1023
    3. 1025
    4. 1033
    1. 1021
  66. Navy Regs, article 1033, Authority in a Boat,
    provides which of the following officers the
    authority and responsibility over all persons
    embarked?
    1. The senior line officer eligible for
    command at sea
    2. The junior line officer eligible for
    command at sea
    3. The senior staff officer
    4. The junior staff officer
    • 1. The senior line officer eligible for
    • command at sea
  67. Which of the following Navy Regulations
    articles outlines the authority of a sentry?
    1. 1037
    2. 1038
    3. 1052
    4. 1053
    2. 1038
  68. You may not be ordered to active duty without
    the permission of which of the following
    persons?
    1. Commandant of the Marine Corps
    2. Commandant of the Coast Guard
    3. Chief of Naval Operations
    4. Chief of Naval Personnel
    4. Chief of Naval Personnel
  69. Navy Regulations, article 1104, Treatment and
    Release of Prisoners, prohibits cruel and/or
    unusual treatment. According to this article,
    prisoners must be checked on at what
    minimum interval?
    1. 10 hours
    2. 8 hours
    3. 6 hours
    4. 4 hours
    4. 4 hours
  70. During a Saturday duty day, one of your
    shipmates asks you to change watches with
    him/her. You agree but fail to get permission
    from proper authority. Under what article of
    Navy Regs could you be charged?
    1. 1138
    2. 1134
    3. 1133
    4. 1129
    2. 1134
  71. Sexual harassment is offensive and illegal.
    Under what article of Navy Regs may a person
    be charged with sexual harassment?
    1. 1166
    2. 1164
    3. 1162
    4. 1160
    1. 1166
  72. ASSIGNMENT 2
    Textbook Assignment: Chapter 3 �Watch Standing� and chapter 4 �Communications.�
  73. A ship maintains a watch for which of the
    following reasons?
    1. Communications
    2. Security
    3. Safety
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  74. A ship�s plan for action is contained in what
    type of bill?
    1. Battle bill
    2. Admin bill
    3. Organization bill
    4. Watch, quarter, and station bill
    1. Battle bill
  75. Qualified personnel are assigned to stations
    by which of the following persons?
    1. Division officer and division chief
    2. Leading petty officer
    3. Leading chief petty officer
    4. Executive officer
    1. Division officer and division chief
  76. IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4 AND 5, REFER
    TO FIGUREAAND SELECT THE CONDITION
    USED TO DEFINE THE QUESTION.
    Figure A
    A. CONDITION I
    B. CONDITION II
    C. CONDITION III
  77. General quarters�all battle stations are
    manned.
    1. A
    2. B
    3. C
    1. A
  78. Normal wartime cruising watch�4 hours on,
    8 hours off.
    1. A
    2. B
    3. C
    3. C
  79. If you are scheduled to stand the second
    dog watch, you should report at which of
    the following times?
    1. 1745
    2. 1750
    3. 1755
    4. 1800
    1. 1745
  80. If you are told to report to your duty station
    at 0745 (24-hour clock), you should arrive
    at what time?
    1. 6:45 am
    2. 7:45 am
    3. 6:45 pm
    4. 7:45 pm
    • 2. 7:45 am

      • What watch are you standing between
      • 2000 and 2400 hours?
      • 1. Midwatch
      • 2. Forenoon watch
      • 3. First dog watch
      • 4. Evening watch
      • 4. Evening watch
  81. Watches are split into port and starboard
    for what reason?
    1. For convenience
    2. For security
    3. To rotate personnel
    4. To allow extra liberty
    2. For security
  82. What type of watch do most Sailors stand?
    1. Phone
    2. Security
    3. Admin
    4. Division
    2. Security
  83. Which of the following is a type of a security
    watch?
    1. Sentry duty
    2. Barracks watch
    3. Fire watch
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  84. Which of the following is a key assignment
    for officers in the watch organization?
    1. CDO
    2. OOD
    3. JOOD
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  85. Which of the following is a duty of the
    QMOW?
    1. To maintain the ship�s deck log
    2. To make sure all bells are correctly
    answered
    3. To stand watch in the bridge and deliver
    messages
    4. To line up and operate the steering engines
    1. To maintain the ship's deck log
  86. What person makes sure all deck watch
    stations are manned with qualified personnel
    and all watch standers from previous watches
    are relieved?
    1. BMOW
    2. QMOW
    3. JOOW
    4. JOOD
    1. BMOW
  87. Where is the fog lookout watch usually stood?
    1. Helm
    2. Aftermast
    3. In the bow where approaching ships
    can be heard
    4. CIC
    • 3. In the bow where approaching ships
    • can be heard
  88. For what reason does the fog lookout watch
    normally consist of two Sailors?
    1. In case there is a man overboard
    2. To allow the lookout to work without
    having his/her hearing impaired by
    wearing sound-powered phones
    3. The two-man security rule
    4. To verify visual and sound contact
    • 2. To allow the lookout to work without
    • having his/her hearing impaired by
    • wearing sound-powered phones
  89. What type of watch is set when positive
    steering control must be maintained?
    1. Helmsman
    2. Lee helmsman
    3. After steering
    4. QMOW
    1. Helmsman
  90. What is the purpose of the security watch?
    1. To minimize damage to equipment
    2. To control contact with the CIC
    3. To increase the physical security
    of the ship
    • 3. To increase the physical security
    • of the ship
  91. Which of the following is a duty of security
    watches and patrols?
    1. To be alert for fire hazards
    2. To check the security of weapons
    magazines
    3. To inspect damage control closures
    4. Each of the above
    1. To be alert for fire hazards
  92. You are a member of a security patrol, and
    you detect a fire hazard that affects the safety
    of the ship. What action should you take?
    1. Note it on the security log
    2. Inform your LCPO
    3. Investigate it
    4. Report it to the OOD immediately
    4. Report it to the OOD immediately
  93. What is the purpose of a shipboard fire watch?
    1. To immediately extinguish fires caused
    by welding or burning operations
    2. To make sure the welder strikes the
    welding surface
    3. To relay messages from the work site
    4. To make sure there is a controlled burn
    of material at the work site
    • 1. To immediately extinguish fires caused
    • by welding or burning operations
  94. When standing a barracks security watch, you
    have which of the following responsibilities?
    1. Knowing and carrying out provisions
    of the fire bill
    2. Knowing and carrying out provisions
    of the emergency bill
    3. Knowing barracks regulations
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  95. When standing a barracks security watch,
    which of the following is the first action to
    take if there is a fire?
    1. Report the fire
    2. Spread the alarm
    3. Close doors and windows
    4. Fight the fire, if possible, if you have
    the proper equipment
    1. Report the fire
  96. Sentries are governed by what two types
    of orders?
    1. Understood and general
    2. Special and verbal
    3. General and special
    4. General and verbal
    3. General and special
  97. You are required to know the general orders of
    a sentry. How many general orders are there?
    1. 11
    2. 14
    3. 16
    4. 18
    1. 11
  98. When aboard ship, you should refer to what
    publication for the procedures used to relieve
    an armed watch?
    1. SOP
    2. FOD
    3. Watch bill
    4. Battle bill
    1. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)
  99. Which of the following is a precaution to follow
    when standing an armed watch with a pistol?
    1. When relieved, unload the pistol
    in a safe area
    2. Don�t surrender the pistol to an
    unauthorized person
    3. Keep the pistol (which is loaded with
    one round in the chamber) in its holster
    unless you have to use it
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  100. Under which of the following conditions
    can deadly force be used?
    1. To prevent the escape of a murderer
    2. To prevent sabotage
    3. To protect your life
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  101. Why is a lookout posted?
    1. To prevent blind spots caused by metal
    objects
    2. To search for objects radar can�t detect
    3. To detect objects low in the water
    4. To search for air attacks
    3. To detect objects low in the water
  102. The peacetime lookout organization has how
    many Sailors in each watch station?
    1. One
    2. Two
    3. Three
    4. Four
    3. Three
  103. Which of the following is/are types of bearings?
    1. Relative only
    2. True only
    3. Magnetic only
    4. Relative, true, and magnetic
    4. Relative, true, and magnetic
  104. Which of the following is Navy phraseology
    for reporting a bearing of 038�?
    1. O, three, eight
    2. O, three, ate
    3. Zero, tree, ate
    4. Zero, tree, eight
    3. Zero, tree, ate
  105. Lookouts report what type of bearing?
    1. Magnetic
    2. Relative
    3. True
    2. Relative
  106. Which of the following statements describes
    a target angle?
    1. The magnetic north pole is used as
    the reference point
    2. True north is used as the reference point
    3. An object in the sky
    4. The relative bearing of your ship from
    another ship
    • 4. The relative bearing of your ship from
    • another ship
  107. A position angle can never be more than
    what number of degrees?
    1. 0�
    2. 45�
    3. 90�
    4. 180�
    3. 90�
  108. How are position angles reported?
    1. Three digits, spoken digit by digit
    2. Two digits, spoken digit by digit
    3. Three digits, spoken as a whole
    4. Two digits, spoken as a whole
    4. Two digits, spoked as a whole
  109. How should you report objects that are
    low in the water?
    1. By feet above the surface
    2. By the object�s approximate distance
    3. In feet from the ship
    4. From the object to the horizon
    2. by the object's approximate distance
  110. Ranges are reported in what unit of
    measurement?
    1. Feet
    2. Yards
    3. Rods
    4. Miles
    2. Yards
  111. When using binoculars, what adjustments
    should you make?
    1. One for focus
    2. Two for focus and one for proper
    distance between the lenses
    3. One for proper distance between
    the lenses
    4. Two for eyepiece and lens
    • 2. Two for focus and one for proper
    • distance between the lenses
  112. When should you use binoculars?
    1. In foggy and rainy conditions
    2. When identifying objects at night
    3. When scanning sectors in the daytime
    4. Both 2 and 3 above
    4. Both 2 and 3 above
  113. How long does it take for you to reach your
    best night vision?
    1. 10 minutes
    2. 15 minutes
    3. 25 minutes
    4. 30 minutes
    4. 30 minutes
  114. What is meant by the term dark adaptation?
    1. The improvement of vision in dim light
    2. The inability to see in bright light
    3. The red light requirement
    4. Shadows that can�t be seen clearly
    1. The improvement of vision in dim light
  115. When should you use �off-center vision�?
    1. Below decks
    2. When wearing glasses
    3. When it�s dark
    4. In broad daylight
    3. When it's dark
  116. What information is contained in an initial
    report?
    1. The object only
    2. The object�s bearing from the ship only
    3. The object and its bearing from the ship
    4. What the object might be
    3. The object and its bearing from the ship
  117. To report serial number 23NCI16 over the
    sound-powered telephone circuit, you would
    report the serial number in what way?
    1. Too, three, november, charlie, india,
    wun, six
    2. Too, tree, november, charlie, india,
    wun, six
    3. Two, tree, november, charlie, india,
    wun, six
    4. Two, tree, november, charlie, india,
    wun, sics
    • 2. Too, tree, november, charlie, india,
    • wun, six
  118. It�s important for you to remember that the
    mouthpiece and earpiece of sound-powered
    telephones are interchangeable for which of
    the following reasons?
    1. Two people can talk at once
    2. They can be interchanged if a piece breaks
    3. Undesirable noises can be fed into the
    system
    4. Both 2 and 3 above
    4. Both 2 and 3 above
  119. The headset of sound-powered telephones is
    picked up as a unit for which of the following
    reasons?
    1. To make sure you have all the parts
    2. To avoid breaking them
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
    4 In case the earpiece is missing
    2. To avoid breaking them
  120. When using the mouthpiece of a
    sound-powered phone set to report contacts,
    how far from your mouth should you position
    the mouthpiece?
    1. 1/2 to 1 inch
    2. 1 to 2 inches
    3. 2 to 3 inches
    4. 3 to 4 inches
    1. 1/2 to 1 inch
  121. Why should you unplug a phone�s headset
    when it�s not in use?
    1. To keep the user costs down
    2. Earpieces will pick up noise and transmit
    it over the circuit
    3. Carbon will build up at the connectors
    4. Calls from other circuits won�t go through
    • 2. Earpieces will pick up noise and transmit
    • it over the circuit
  122. Aboard ship, there are how many categories
    of shipboard sound-powered phone circuits?
    1. One
    2. Two
    3. Three
    4. Four
    • 3. Three: primary, auxiliary, and
    • supplementary systems
  123. What category of shipboard telephone circuits
    is designed to maintain vital communications
    and are preceded by the letter X?
    1. Primary system
    2. Auxiliary system
    3. Supplementary system
    4. Command circuit
    2. Auxiliary system
  124. Which of the following sound-powered phone
    circuits is used as the CO�s battle circuit?
    1. JA
    2. JC
    3. JL
    4. 1JV
    1. JA
  125. To keep the meaning of a message intact when
    standing duty as a telephone talker, what
    action should you take?
    1. Speak loudly
    2. Repeat the message word for word
    3. Paraphrase what you hear
    4. Speak rapidly to transmit the message
    quickly
    1. Speak loudly
  126. Which of the following statements is a rule for
    circuit discipline?
    1. Transmit only official messages
    2. Keep the button in the OFF position when
    not transmitting
    3. Use only standard words and phrases
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  127. Which of the following elements is included
    when taking a message?
    1. Name of caller
    2. Message
    3. Time and date
    4. Each of the above
    2. Message *
  128. The IVCS has which of the following
    components?
    1. Terminals
    2. Accessories
    3. ICSCs
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  129. Within the IVCS, what is the purpose of the
    ICSCs?
    1. To perform switching actions
    2. To keep lines clear
    3. To give multi-access to lines
    4. To ensure automatic cutoff for
    security purposes
    1. To perform switching actions
  130. Which of the following shipboard announcing
    systems is called the general announcing
    system?
    1. 1MC
    2. 2MC
    3. 3MC
    4. 4MC
    1. 1MC
  131. Which of the following shipboard announcing
    systems is used for intership communications?
    1. 5MC
    2. 6MC
    3. 7MC
    4. 8MC
    2. 6MC
  132. Which of the following shipboard announcing
    systems is used for hangar deck damage
    control?
    1. 39MC
    2. 51MC
    3. 53MC
    4. 58MC
    4. 58MC
  133. Which of the following persons is authorized
    to pass calls over the 1MC?
    1. OOD
    2. XO
    3. CO
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  134. What is the purpose of the 20MC announcing
    system?
    1. Radio room announcing system
    2. Flag officer�s command announcing
    system
    3. Combat information announcing system
    4. Captain�s command announcing system
    3. Combat information announcing system
  135. Which of the following types of flags and
    pennants is/are used by the Navy?
    1. Substitute flags
    2. Numeral pennants
    3. International alphabet flags
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  136. Aboard ship, a man overboard is indicated
    by what emergency/warning flag?
    1. Code Alfa
    2. Oscar
    3. November Charlie
    4. Bravo
    2. Oscar
  137. What administrative flag is used to recall
    all personnel to the ship?
    1. Hotel
    2. Juliett
    3. Romeo
    4. Papa
    4. Papa
  138. What administrative flag is flown in port to
    indicate the ship has ready duty?
    1. Hotel
    2. India
    3. Romeo
    4. Quebec
    3. Romeo
  139. When under way, the national ensign is
    normally flown from what location?
    1. The gaff
    2. The aftermast
    3. The flagstaff
    4. The jackstaff
    1. The gaff
  140. Which of the following statements defines
    the term �colors�?
    1. Colors give recognition of codes
    2. Colors consist of our national ensign
    along with the union jack
    3. Colors are lights on the flagstaff
    4. Colors are the flags of foreign ships
    • 2. Colors consist of our national ensign
    • along with the union jack
  141. When a naval ship is in port or at anchor, the
    union jack is flown from what location?
    1. The gaff
    2. The jackstaff
    3. The aftermast
    4. The flagstaff
    4. The flagstaff
  142. The U.S. Navy flag is flown in which of the
    following situations?
    1. At official ceremonies or official public
    gatherings when the Navy is officially a
    participant
    2 In parades
    3. In official Navy occasions
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  143. Which of the following flags are half-masted
    at the death of the CO?
    1. National ensign
    2. Union jack
    3. Commission pennant
    4. Each of the above
    4. Each of the above
  144. On small ships, personnel from what watch
    are responsible for hoisting and hauling down
    absentee pennants?
    1. Security watch
    2. Quarterdeck watch
    3. Roving watch
    4. DC central watch
    2. Quarterdeck watch
  145. On large ships, what person is responsible for
    making sure that special flags or pennants are
    displayed to indicate changing events aboard
    ship?
    1. Boatswain�s mate
    2. Quarterdeck watch
    3. Duty signalman
    4. Topside watch
    3. Duty signalman
  146. Where is a list of special flags and pennants
    normally posted as a ready reference for watch
    standers?
    1. Combat information center (CIC)
    2. After deck
    3. Quarterdeck area
    4. Half deck
    3. Quarterdeck area
  147. An officer in command entitled to a personal
    flag is embarked in a boat on an official
    mission. Where should the pennant be flown?
    1. Amid ship
    2. In the bow
    3. In the stern
    4. Yardarm, port
    2. In the bow
  148. ASSIGNMENT 3
    Textbook Assignment: Chapter 5 �Naval History..�
  149. What date commemorates the birthday
    of the United States Navy?
    1. 5 Sep 1774
    2. 13 Oct 1775
    3. 4 Jul 1776
    4. 14 Feb 1778
    2. 13 Oct 1775
  150. The Second Continental Congress approved
    the purchase of how many vessels?
    1. Eight
    2. Six
    3. Four
    4. Two
    4. Two
  151. Which of the following were naval vessels
    in the early 19th century?
    1. Frigates
    2. Sloops of war
    3. Ships of the line
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  152. What category of ship carried the largest
    number of guns?
    1. Ships of the line
    2. Sloops of war
    3. Schooners
    4. Frigates
    1. Ships of the line
  153. What type of ships did privateers typically sail?
    1. Ships of the line
    2. Sloops of war
    3. Schooners
    4. Frigates
    3. Schooners
  154. What ship was the first warfare submarine?
    1. Turtle
    2. Hornet
    3. Alfred
    4. Wasp
    1. Turtle
  155. Which of the following ships has the
    distinction of being the U.S. Navy�s first
    flagship?
    1. Providence
    2. Hornet
    3. Alfred
    4. Wasp
    3. Alfred
  156. What country was the first to recognize
    the �Stars and Stripes�?
    1. Germany
    2. France
    3. Spain
    4. Portugal
    2. France
  157. John Paul Jones is often referred to as the
    �father of our highest naval traditions�
    because of the example he set as an officer
    during the Revolutionary War. He is also
    famous because of which of the following
    accomplishments?
    1. His appointment as the first U.S. Navy
    admiral
    2. His selection as the first commander in
    chief
    3. His victory over the HMS Serapis
    4. His capture of the HMS Nancy
    3. His victory over the HMS Serapis
  158. At various times during the Revolutionary
    War, the U.S. Navy had 56 vessels. What was
    the peak number of vessels that were operating
    at any one time?
    1. 45
    2. 32
    3. 27
    4. 15
    3. 27
  159. Approximately how many ships did the
    British loose to privateers?
    1. 1,000
    2. 1,500
    3. 2,000
    4. 2,500
    3. 2,000
  160. What is the oldest U.S. Navy ship still
    in commission?
    1. Lexington
    2. Constitution
    3. Constellation
    4. Bonhomme Richard
    2. Constitution
  161. Who was president when the U.S. Navy
    Department was established?
    1. George Washington
    2. Thomas Jefferson
    3. James Madison
    4. John Adams
    4. John Adams
  162. When did the expression �Millions for defense,
    but not one cent for tribute� originate?
    1. During the Revolutionary War
    2. During the �Quasi� War
    3. During the War of 1812
    4. During the Barbary States War
    2. During the �Quasi� War
  163. Who led the naval forces into Tripoli Harbor
    and destroyed the captured US frigate USS
    Philadelphia?
    1. Stephen Decatur
    2. James Lawrence
    3. Thomas Truxtun
    4. Edward Preple
    1. Stephen Decatur
  164. The War of 1812 was caused, in part, by the
    efforts to accomplish which of the following
    goals?
    1. Establishing a naval base in the
    Mediterranean
    2. Paying ransom payments to the Barbary
    States
    3. Stopping forced service of American
    seamen in the British navy
    4. Forcing France to establish trade relations
    with the United States
    • 3. Stopping forced service of American
    • seamen in the British navy
  165. During the War of 1812, what ship earned
    the nickname �Old Ironsides�?
    1. Chesapeake
    2. Constitution
    3. Constellation
    4. Enterprise
    2. Constitution
  166. On which of the following Great Lakes did
    Captain Oliver Hazard Perry defeat a British
    squadron, cutting British supply lines?
    1. Lake Superior
    2. Lake Michigan
    3. Lake Huron
    4. Lake Erie
    4. Lake Erie
  167. What ship was one of the first ships-of-the line?
    1. Constitution
    2. Enterprise
    3. Philadelphia
    4. North Carolina
    4. North Carolina
  168. The first half of the 19th century saw a
    development that was to change navies all
    over the world. What was that development?
    1. Task forces
    2. Steam power
    3. Steel hulls
    4. Practical submarines
    2. Steam power
  169. In 1843, what invention incorporated in the
    USS Princeton paved the way for progress in
    the development of propulsion systems?
    1. The screw propeller
    2. The diesel engine
    3. The coal-fired boiler
    4. The stern paddle wheel
    1. The screw propeller
  170. In 1854, Commodore Perry signed a treaty
    that opened up what market to American
    trade?
    1. China
    2. Japan
    3. Russia
    4. India
    2. Japan, March 31, 1854
  171. Although neither side could claim victory, the
    battle between the USS Monitor and the
    Virginia (Merrimack) was important for which
    of the following reasons?
    1. Steam engines were used in battle for the
    first time
    2. The Dahlgren gun was used
    3. The battle began the era of the ironclads
    4. The Union and Confederate navies fought
    each other
    3. The battle began the era of the ironclads
  172. The first true submarine attack was conducted
    against what Union ship?
    1. USS New Ironsides
    2. USS Housatonic
    3. USS Hunley
    4. USS Custis
    2. USS Housatonic
  173. During what Civil War battle was the order
    �Damn the torpedoes! Full speed ahead!�
    given?
    1. Vicksburg
    2. Mobile Bay
    3. New Orleans Orleans
    4. Kings Bay
    2. Mobile Bay; Aug. 5, 1864
  174. What person defined sea power, showed the
    importance of knowing naval needs, and
    advocated a large, powerful Navy?
    1. Commodore Perry
    2. Admiral Farragut
    3. Andre Foote
    4. Alfred T. Mahan
    4. Alfred T. Mahan
  175. What ship has been labeled as the first modern
    cruiser in the U.S. Fleet?
    1. USS Boston
    2. USS Atlanta
    3. USS Newark
    4. USS Chicago
    3. USS Newark
  176. �Remember the Maine,� referring to the USS
    Maine, was the battle cry for which of the
    following wars?
    1. The Quasi War
    2. The Civil War
    3. The Spanish-American War
    4. World War I
    3. The Spanish-American War
  177. In what year did the Navy accept its first
    operational submarine?
    1. 1895
    2. 1898
    3. 1900
    4. 1902
    3. 1900
  178. Construction of our first destroyer began in
    what year?
    1. 1895
    2. 1899
    3. 1902
    4. 1905
    2. 1899
  179. What ship was considered our first
    �first-class� battleship?
    1. USS Indiana
    2. USS New York
    3. USS Texas
    4. USS California
    1. USS Indiana
  180. Who was the Navy�s first aviator?
    1. Lt. Ellyson
    2. Lt. Towers
    3. Lt. Corry
    4. CAPT Chambers
    1. Lt. Ellyson
  181. Destroyers were first used effectively for
    antisubmarine warfare during what war?
    1. Civil War
    2. Spanish-American War
    3. World War I
    4. World War II
    3. WWI
  182. In what war did women first serve as members
    of the Navy?
    1. Civil War
    2. Spanish-American War
    3. World War I
    4. World War II
    3. WWI
  183. In what capacity did women first serve as
    members of the Navy?
    1. Nurse
    2. Yeoman
    3. Radio operator
    • 1. Nurse

    • What was the first aircraft carrier designed
    • from the keel up?
    • 1. USS Ranger
    • 2. USS Hornet
    • 3. USS Yorktown
    • 4. USS Enterprise
    • 1. USS Ranger
  184. What was the first naval battle of World War II
    in which two opposing fleets didn�t see each
    other during combat?
    1. The Battle of Midway
    2. The Battle of Okinawa
    3. The Battle of Guadalcanal
    4. The Battle of the Coral Sea
    4. The Battle of the Coral Sea
  185. What was the decisive battle of World War II
    that became the turning point of the war in the
    Pacific?
    1. The Battle of Midway
    2. The Battle of Okinawa
    3. The Battle of Guadalcanal
    4. The Battle of the Coral Sea
    1. The Battle of Midway
  186. During World War II, the Japanese loss/losses
    of what island(s) heralded the end of the war
    in the Pacific?
    1. Philippines
    2. Solomons
    3. Guadalcanal
    4. Iwo Jima
    4. Iwo Jima *
  187. During World War II, the Navy was heavily
    involved in which of the following Atlantic
    (European) actions?
    1. The invasion of Normandy
    2. The capture of Navaronne
    3. The Battle of Britain
    4. The fall of Berlin
    1. The invasion of Normandy
  188. Which of the following were types of ships
    built during World War II?
    1. Net tenders
    2. Mine sweepers
    3. Repair ships
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  189. Which of the following combat systems came
    into full use during World War II?
    1. Radar
    2. Sonar
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
    4. SATNAV
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
  190. During World War II, WAVES were eligible
    for how many ratings?
    1. 28
    2. 30
    3. 34
    4. 40
    3. 34
  191. In what year was the Women�s Armed
    Services Integration Act passed?
    1. 1942
    2. 1945
    3. 1948
    4. 1951
    3. 1948, June 12
  192. The first extensive use of jet aircraft and
    helicopters occurred during what war?
    1. World War I
    2. World War II
    3. The Korean Conflict
    4. The Vietnam Police Action
    3. The Korean Conflict
  193. The first U.S. Navy nuclear-powered vessel
    was what type of ship?
    1. Carrier
    2. Submarine
    3. Merchant ship
    4. Guided-missile cruiser
    2. Submarine
  194. In what year did the USS Nautilus make its
    history-making transpolar voyage?
    1. 1952
    2. 1955
    3. 1958
    4. 1961
    2. 1955
  195. In what year were the first nuclear-powered
    surface ships launched?
    1. 1952
    2. 1955
    3. 1958
    4. 1961
    4. 1961, Apr. 15
  196. In what year was the first American satellite
    placed in orbit?
    1. 1952
    2. 1955
    3. 1958
    4. 1961
    3. 1958, Mar. 17
  197. America�s first suborbital flight was made
    by what Navy officer?
    1. Commander Conrad
    2. Commander Gordan
    3. Commander Shepard Jr
    4. Commander Kerwin
    3. Commander Shepard Jr, Alan B.:May 5, 1961
  198. Which of the following warfare tactics was
    used during the Vietnam Police Action?
    1. Gunfire support
    2. Riverine operations
    3. Coastal interdiction
    4. Each of the above
  199. Which of the following ships was the world�s
    first nuclear-powered carrier?
    1. USS Nimitz
    2. USS Carl Vinson
    3. USS Enterprise
    4. USS Abraham Lincoln
    3. USS Enterprise
  200. What moon mission was completely manned
    by Navy personnel?
    1. Apollo 5
    2. Apollo 7
    3. Apollo 11
    4. Apollo 12
    4. Apollo 12
  201. In what year was the Alvin, a deep diving
    vehicle, tested at 6,000-foot depths?
    1. 1961
    2. 1965
    3. 1969
    4. 1971
    2. 1965, Jul. 20
  202. In what year was the first nuclear-powered,
    deep-submergence research and
    ocean-engineering vehicle launched?
    1. 1961
    2. 1965
    3. 1969
    4. 1971
    3. 1969, Jan. 25
  203. Which of the following is/are principle
    development(s) of the Trident system?
    1. A nuclear-powered fleet ballistic missile
    submarine
    2. A strategic weapons system
    3. An integrated logistics support system
    4. All of the above
    4. All of the above
  204. 57. Which of the following are the most recent
    additions to the surface fleet?
    1. Ticonderoga-class cruisers
    2. Arleigh Burke-class destroyers
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
    4. LHAs
    3. Both 1 and 2 above
  205. The Navy helped move approximately how many pounds of equipment and supplies during Dessert Shield/Desert Storm?
    1. 12.4 billion tons
    2. 15.8 billion tons
    3. 18.3 billion tons
    4. 21.6 billion tons
    3. 18.3 billion tons

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