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2014-03-30 13:21:27

tbs review exam
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  1. what did the national security act of 1947 do?
    assigned functions to each armed service. the marine corps was assigned 7 functions
  2. who is the SECNAV?
    Ray Mabus. civilian assigned by president controls dept. of navy
  3. who is the CNO?
    Adm. Jonathan Greenert. head officer of the Navy
  4. who is the Commandant of the Marine Corps?
    Gen Amos
  5. what are the four different establishments within the Marine Corps?
    • Headquarters
    • Operating forces
    • Supporting establishment
    • marine corps reserve
  6. what does headquarters do?
    located at the pentagon. executive part of the marine corps.
  7. what are the operating forces?
    • Marine air ground task force
    • marine corps security forces
    • marine security guards
  8. what is the supporting establishment?
    Consist of personnel, bases, and activities that support the operating forces.
  9. what is the marine corps reserve?
    A reserve of marines to use in a time of war or emergency
  10. what is a marine division?
    • Commanded by a Major General
    • mission is to execute amphibious assaults
    • consists of 17,000 marines and about 1,000 sailors
  11. where are the four marine divisions located?
    • 1st- camp pendelton, ca
    • 2nd- camp lejeune, nc
    • 3rd- camp butler, okinawa
    • 4th- new orleans, LA
  12. what is a marine infantry regiment?
    • commanded by a colonel
    • consists of 3,000 marines
    • mission is to locate, close with, and destroy the enemy by fire and maneuver or to repel enemy assault by fire and close combat
  13. what is a marine infantry battalion?
    • commanded by a LtCol
    • consist of 1,350
  14. what is a marine rifle company?
    • commanded by a captain
    • contains 3 rifle plts and a weapons plt
  15. what is a marine rifle plt
    • commanded by a Lt
    • consists of 3 rifle squads
  16. what is the marine aircraft wing?
    • commanded by a major general
    • task organized to provide a flexible and balanced air combat organization capable of providing the full range of aviation functions
  17. where are the 4 MAWs located?
    • 1st- camp butler, okinawa
    • 2nd- MCAS cherry point, nc
    • 3rd- MCAS Miramar, ca
    • 4th- New orleans, la
  18. what are the two primary subordinate units of a MAW?
    • Marine air group rotary
    • MAG fixed wing
  19. what is the Marine logistics group?
    • commanded by a brigadier general¬†
    • mission is to provide general and direct support and sustain combat service support above the organic capabilities of supported elements of MAGTF
  20. where are the four MLG located?
    • 1st- camp pendelton, ca
    • 2nd- camp lejeune, nc
    • 3rd- camp butler, okinawa
    • 4th- new orleans, la
  21. what are the four core elements of a MAGTF?
    • Command element
    • ground combat element
    • aviation combat element
    • combat service support element
  22. what is the Marine expeditionary force?
    capable of deploying with 60 days of sustainment
  23. what is a marine expeditionary brigade?
    capable of rapid deployment via ship, aircraft etc. 30 days sustainment. 
  24. what is a marine expeditionary unit?
    forward deployed expeditionary organization. 15 days sustainment. 
  25. what is a special purpose marine air ground task force?
    a force used for special situations when another of the forces would not work.
  26. what does BAMCIS stand for?
    • begin planning
    • arrange recon
    • make recon
    • complete plan
    • issue order
    • supervise
  27. what does METTT stand for?
    • Mission
    • enemy situation (salute, drawd)
    • terrain and weather
    • troops and fire support
    • time
  28. what is the first general order?
    Take charge of this post and all government property in view
  29. what is the second general order?
    Walk my post in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing.
  30. whats is the 3rd general order?
    Report all violations of orders I am instructed to enforce.
  31. 4th general order?
    To repeat all calls [from posts]more distant from the guardhouse than my own.
  32. 5th general order?
    Quit my post only when properly relieved.
  33. 6th gen order?
    To receive, obey, and pass on to the sentry who relieves me, all orders from the Commanding Officer, Officer of the Day, Officers, and Non-Commissioned Officers of the guard only
  34. 7th gen order?
    Talk to no one except in the line of duty.
  35. 8th gen order?
    Give the alarm in case of fire or disorder.
  36. 9th gen order?
    To call the Corporal of the Guard in any case not covered by instructions.
  37. 10th gen order?
    Salute all officers and all colors and standards not cased.
  38. 11th gen order?
    Be especially watchful at night and during the time for challenging, to challenge all persons on or near my post, and to allow no one to pass without proper authority
  39. what are the four key points of honor?
    • integrity
    • responsibility
    • honesty
    • traditions
  40. what are the four key points of courage?
    • valor
    • self-disipline
    • loyalty
    • patriotism
  41. what are the five key points of commitment?
    • competence
    • teamwork
    • selflessness
    • concern for people
    • spiritual heritage