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  1. What is article 2 in the UCMJ?
    Describes who is subjected to UCMJ - military members
  2. What is article 7 in the UCMJ?
    Taking of person into custody - military members
  3. What is article 15 in the UCMJ?
    Non-judicial punishment
  4. What is article 31 in the UCMJ?
    Miranda rights on steroids
  5. What is the difference between UCMJ and MCM?
    MCM includes text of Constitution, UCMJ, procedures of court-martial ect
  6. Why does the military need a separate legal system?
    • Unique crimes
    • Unique discipline
    • Jurisdiction
  7. What are the methods used to maintain discipline?
    • Administrative action from commander
    • Special court-martial
    • General court-martial
  8. What steps can a supervisor take when there are subordinate substance abuse problems?
    • Counseling
    • Referral
    • Reprimand
    • Discharge
  9. What are the 5 methods for identifying substance abusers?
    • Arrest, apprehension or investigation.
    • Incident to medical care.
    • Commander referral.
    • Drug testing.
    • Self-identification.
  10. What is your responsibility as an officer for reporting violation of law of armed conflict?
    Report to immediate supervisor
  11. What 2 treaties have greatest influence on law of armed conflict?
    • Hague (tribunal, combatant, weapons)
    • Geneva (POWs, sick/wounded, civilians)
  12. What are economic sanctions available to enforce laws of war?
    • Embargos
    • Boycotts
    • Blockades
    • Seizure of property
    • Freezing assets
  13. What is the order of follower from worst to best?
    • Passive (sheep)
    • Passive/independent - criticize but never offer constructive support
    • Conformist (yes men)
    • Active/independent - critical thinkers and doers, bring concerns to leaders
  14. What is the purpose of the ACA?
    A formal written communication between rater and rate for the benefit of accountability
  15. Who receives an EPR?
    Enlisted personnel over SrA
  16. When is an EPR required?
    Annually
  17. How do enlisted rank up?
    • E1 - E4 are fully qualified
    • E5 - E6 stripes for exceptional performers,
    • E5 - E7 weight airman promotion (phase 1)
    • E7 - E9 whole person concept (phase 2)
  18. What are 3 steps of the evaluation process for officers?
    • Observation
    • Evaluation
    • Documentation
  19. What is the OPR?
    • Officer performance report (yearly)
    • Training report
    • Letter of evaluation (rater is different from normal rater, less than 120 days)
  20. What are 5 rules of supervision?
    • Get involved.
    • Open lines of communication.
    • Give people a chance to develop.
    • Set standards and stick to them.
    • Provide feedback.
  21. What tasks shouldn't be delegated?
    • Conceptual planning
    • Morale problems
    • Staff problems
    • Performance reports
    • Pet projects
  22. What are common mistakes make while delegating?
    • Unclear instructions
    • Supervise too closely
    • Rushed delegation
    • Improper selection of subordinates
  23. What types of corrective supervision are there?
    • Directive (counselor-centered)
    • Nondirective (counselee-centered)
    • Eclectic (both)
  24. Where do direct and ultimate sources of authority come from?
    • Direct: president
    • Ultimate: constitution
  25. What guidelines must be met for an order to be enforceable?
    • Within the authority of the issuing officer.
    • Related to military duty, morale, or discipline.
    • Clear and unequivocal.
    • Received and understood.
  26. What different reserve categories are there?
    • Ready reserve
    • Selected reserve (IMA)
    • Air national guard
  27. What are the 4 categories of reserve accessibility?
    • Full Mobilization (last time WWII)
    • Partial Mobilization (200,000 to 24 mths, president declares)
    • Presidential Selected Reserve Call-Up (1,000,00 ppl 270 days)
    • Volunteers (provide majority personnel in war/peace)
  28. What is the range of military joint operations?
    • Major Operations and Campaigns (Katrina)
    • Crisis Response & Limited Contingency Ops (Ebola)
    • Military Engagement, Security Cooperation, and Deterrence (war)
  29. What is the ops joint chain of command?
    • President
    • Secretary of Defense
    • Unified Combatant Commander
    • Land
    • Maritime
    • Air
    • Special Ops

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