TEST 1 MAIT

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TEST 1 MAIT
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  1. What is the purpose of EDIP?
    To train performance based instructional material that can be broken down into small steps that all students can perform without deviation.
  2. When do you cover the safeties?
    Prior to any contact is made with your students.
  3. What is explain (EDIP)?
    You explain the safeties, purpose, principles, and fundmentals
  4. What is demonstration (EDIP)?
    It is executing the technique without explanation.
  5. What is it imitation (EDIP)?
    Break the techniques into small performance steps for students to imitate and reinforce safeties.
  6. What is practice (EDIP)?
    Allow students to practice technique and fault check.
  7. During demonstration If you execute
    the technique wrong what happens?
    You will automatically fail.
  8. EDIP PECL?
    ?
  9. During practice time what do you
    reinforce?
    2 fault checks and 1 safety during every practice position
  10. What are the grading requirements for
    a belt test?
    80% for user 90% MAI/T’s 90% sustainment all Marines.
  11. How many times can a student execute
    a technique during test?
    2 during test and once during remediation.
  12. What is the MCO for MCMAP?
    1500.59
  13. What are the two types of course
    materials?
    Curriculum and Administrative.
  14. What is curriculum?
    lesson plan, student outlines, media, and performance evaluations
  15. What is administrative?
    training logs, mishap reports, navmc 11432, ORAW, and IRF/AIR
  16. The mishap reports if the responsibility of whom?
    The MAIT
  17. What are the levels of free sparring?
    sparring.
    • Tan- pugil sticks and body sparring
    • Gray-ground fighting
    • Green- Striking standing only
    • Brown- Standing to ground
    • Black- Integrated skills free
  18. What are all safety gear required for
    all Belt levels?
    • Tan- pugil sticks –H,NR,M,G,F-
    • Body sparring-HG,M,G,GL,Flk/F

    • Gray-ground fighting-M,G
    • Green- M,G,HG,GL,SP,Flk/F with weapons add Flk everyone, helmet, hockey gloves
    • Brown-M,G,LSG,SP,HG with weapons add Flk everyone, helmet, hockey gloves

    Black-same as brown
  19. Define Second impact syndrome?
    A blow to the head that will bruise the brain and a second blow which can cause death.
  20. How many personnel are required for
    all free sparring events?
    4- RSO, Time keeper, Referee, Corpsman
  21. Examples of Integrated skills Free
    sparring?
    Low light engagements, rough terrain, 2 on 1, weapons based.
  22. Define ORM?
    Is to enhance operational capabilities while minimizing risk at all levels.
  23. Principles of ORM?
    Accept risk only when benefits out way cost, except no unnecessary risk, anticipate and manage risk by planning, make risk decisions at the appropriate level.
  24. Define Temper?
    Refers to a person’s emotional state.
  25. Define Intent?
    Refers to a person’s intended action.
  26. What are moral principles?
    Service before self, equality, and core values.
  27. Define Deadly force?
    Is a force which a person uses with a purpose of causing death or serious bodily harm or which a reasonable and prudent person would consider likely to create a substantial risk of causing death or serious bodily harm.
  28. Define Deadly force?
    Is a force which a person uses with a purpose of causing death or serious bodily harm or which a reasonable and prudent person would consider likely to create a substantial risk of causing death or serious bodily harm.
  29. What are the justifications and when
    is it allowed? Under extreme necessity as a last resort and when all lesser
    means have failed or cannot reasonably be employed.

    In self-defense and defense of others

    In defense of property involving
    national security

    In defense of property not involving
    national security but inherently dangerous to others (i.e. theft of weapons or
    ammunition)

    To prevent of Interrupt a serious
    offense (i.e. murder, arson, rape)

    Apprehension or arrest:

    Escapes

    Lawful Order
    Under extreme necessity as a last resort and when all lesser means have failed or cannot reasonably be employed. 

    • In self-defense and defense of others
    • In defense of property involving national security
    • In defense of property not involving national security but inherently dangerous to others (i.e. theft of weapons or ammunition)
    • To prevent of Interrupt a serious offense (i.e. murder, arson, rape)
    • Apprehension or arrest:
    • Escapes
    • Lawful Order
  30. Level 1- Compliant (cooperative):
    Verbal commands are effective
  31. Level 2-Resistant (Passive):
    Verbal commands are ineffective, contact controls are authorized(i.e. more forceful verbal commands, warning subject of consequences, more authoritative posture, and requesting assistance)
  32. Level 3-Resistant (active):
    Openly defies verbal commands, compliance techniques areauthorized (i.e. come-along holds, soft-handed blows, pain compliance, chemicalagents) Marine should request assistance
  33. Level 4- Assaultive (Bodily Harm):
    Physically attacking the Marine with no weapon.Utilize defensive techniques (i.e. Blocks, strikes, kicks, enhanced paincompliance, nightstick blocks or blows to meaty portions of the body, usenon-lethal weapons)
  34. Level 5- Assaultive (Serious bodily harm/death):
    Suspect has a weapon and intends to cause death or serious bodily harm. Utilize a lethal weapon or lethal martial arts techniques
  35. Define Rules of Engagement?
    Is a directive issued by a competent authority.
  36. Who invented Line training and what does line
    training stand for?
    Ron Donvito and Linear Infighting Neural-Override Engagement Training.
  37. Why did they go away from LINE training?
    Because Marines were being injured and because the mission of the marine corps did not coincide with the missions of the Marine Corps of line.
  38. Which commandant signed for MCMAP?
    General James L. Jones
  39. Who established the MCMAP curriculum?
    LtCol George Bristol and MGySgt Cardo Urso
  40. Define Martial?
    Military or Warlike
  41. What does ATP stand for and what is it?
    Adenosine triphosphate and is the chemical form of energy in every cell in the human body.
  42. What are the energy systems for the body?
    ATP-PC, anaerobic glycolysis, aerobic
  43. How do the energy systems fuel the body?
    ATP-PC uses Phosphocreatine, anaerobic glycolysis uses glucose, aerobic uses glucose and fats.
  44. What are the 6 classes of nutrients?
    Proteins,carbs, fats, minerals, vitamins, and water.
  45. What does essential mean?
    It means the body can’t make it naturally so you need to include it in your diet.
  46. How many amino acids are there?
    8 essential and 20 total
  47. What is a complete protein?
    It means it has all 20 essential amino acids and an incomplete protein does not have all of them
  48. What is the difference between fat and water
    soluble?
    One dissolves in water and one dissolves fat.
  49. What vitamin can potentially poison you?
    Fat soluble.
  50. List at least 3 minerals and 3 vitamins?
    A,B,C and Sodium, Chloride, and potassium.
  51. What are the functions of water?
    Regulates body the body temperature, lubricates the joints, helps with digestion, and transports nutrients.
  52. What are the FITT factors?
    Frequency,Intensity, Time, and Type.
  53. What are the two types of risk factors?
    Extrinsic and Intrinsic.
  54. What are the two types of injuries?
    Chronic and acute.
  55. What are the 4 MCMAP instructional
    Methodologies?
    GD’s, Tie ins, Warrior studies, martial culture studies.
  56. What is the key information that needs to be
    given on battle studies and martial culture studies?
    Historical background,training methods, value systems, legacy battles.
  57. What are tie ins used for?
    For Character Development.
  58. Philosophy of combat conditioning?
    It combines the physical fitness dividends of martial arts training with those of tradition physical fitness, water survival training, rough training skills training, and the semper fit program.
  59. Components of physical fitness?
    Cardiorespiratory, Muscular strength, Muscularendurance, Flexibility, Nutrition
  60. What are the 4 combat conditioning drills?
    Martial arts drill, Deployed drills, Martial arts field exercise, Integration training.
  61. What paperwork do you need prior to MAI
    Course?
    LOI, Training Schedule, Drills and diagrams, and ORAW.
  62. What letter do you need to begin recert
    process?
    A letter from your CO saying you can recert.
  63. What is the purpose of sustainment?
    It serves to reinforce the new skills sets learned at each belt level of training.
  64. What is the purpose of integration training?
    To blend martial arts training with all other Marine Corps training.
  65. What 2 things do we use to improve mental and character disciplines?
    Tie ins and warrior studies.
  66. What considerations to creating a combat
    conditioning program?
    Commanders intent, Mission statement, Command support and involvement, current units physical condition, units SOP’s, unit training goals, local training areas available, instructor and support personnel.

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