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  1. Who was the last US serviceman to engage Communist forces in ground combat in Southeast Asia as he helped rescue the crew of the USS Mayaquez (captured in May 1975) in the famed Son Tay POW camp raid?

    A: SSgt Henry E. Erwin
    B: CMSgt Wayne Fisk
    C: SSgt Archibald Mathies
    D: CMSgt Richard Etchberger
    B: CMSgt Wayne Fisk
  2. Operational doctrine guides the organization and employment of forces in the context of distinctive objectives and
    A: force capabilities.
    B: broad functional areas.
    C: operational environments.
    D: All of the above
    D: All of the above
  3. Airlift and air refueling most significantly affect which principle of war?
    A: Economy of force
    B: Mass
    C: Surprise
    D: Maneuver
    B: Mass
  4. An operational function

    A: is a finite operation that delivers airpower to the JFC.
    B: is an organization (administrative) task, not a warfighting task.
    C: is planned and directed at the strategic level by a component commander.
    D: creates an effect at the strategic level.
    A: is a finite operation that delivers airpower to the JFC.
  5. The operational function IO specifically affects the adversary's _____ loop while protecting our own.

    A: ODA loop - "observe, decide, act"
    B: OODAA loop - "observe, orient, decide, act, assess"
    C: OODA loop - "observe, orient, decide, act"
    D: OOA loop - "observe, orient, act"
    C: OODA loop - "observe, orient, decide, act"
  6. The operational function IO influences, disrupts, corrupts or usurps an adversary's human and automated decisionmaking while protecting our own. It does not include

    A: electronic warfare operations.
    B: influence operations.
    C: intelligence operations.
    D: network warfare operations.
    C: intelligence operations.
  7. Air refueling rendezvous techniques include point parallel, radar and all of the following except
    A: receiver-directed.
    B: node.
    C: anchor.
    D: en route.
    B: node.
  8. CSAR activities help

    A: sustain morale, cohesion and fighting capability.
    B: preserve combat resources.
    C: deny the enemy potential intelligence sources.
    D: All of the above
    D: All of the above
  9. After the surge, reconstitution following the return of airmen, equipment and resumption of local training can take up to

    A: 18 months.
    B: 9 months.
    C: 12 months.
    D: 6 months.
    C: 12 months.
  10. Which MOPP level is only ordered during pre-attack periods when an NBC attack could occur with little or no warning?

    A: MOPP 2
    B: MOPP 3
    C: MOPP 1
    D: MOPP 0
    C: MOPP 1
  11. Article III of the Code of Conduct does not include which statement?

    A: "I will accept neither parole nor special favors from the enemy."
    B: "I will make every effort to escape and aid others to escape."
    C: "If I am captured, I will continue to resist by all means available."
    D: "If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist."
    D: "If in command, I will never surrender the members of my command while they still have the means to resist."
  12. What word describes being faithful to your convictions and acting with honor?
    A: Loyalty
    B: Character
    C: Accountability
    D: Integrity
    D: Integrity
  13. Who has personal responsibility for the success of the Air Force Public Affairs Program?
    A: The director of the program
    B: Each Air Force member
    C: Every member of the program
    D: The base commander
    B: Each Air Force member
  14. Regarding NJP, after consulting with the SJA, a commander may annotate any of the following on AF Form 3070A/B/C except that

    A: NJP is not appropriate and the proceedings are terminated.
    B: the member committed one or more of the offenses alleged and note the appropriate punishment.
    C: NJP is not appropriate and the matter will be forwarded for court-martial.
    D: the member did not commit the offenses alleged and the proceedings are terminated.
    C: NJP is not appropriate and the matter will be forwarded for court-martial.
  15. _____ strive to develop greater supervisory and technical competence. Operating at the tactical level of enlisted leadership and development, they require opportunities to demonstrate growth as leaders.

    A: MSgt
    B: SrA
    C: TSgt
    D: SSgt
    D: SSgt
  16. _____ is not a characteristic of the core value Service Before Self.

    A: Self-discipline
    B: Courage
    C: Tolerance
    D: Loyalty
    B: Courage
  17. Which counseling approach emphasizes the subordinate's planning and decisionmaking responsibilities?

    A: Combined
    B: Directive
    C: Nondirective
    D: Affective
    A: Combined
  18. To be nominated for the Enlisted-to-AFIT program, you must possess a bachelor's degree, be an active duty _____ or above with a minimum of _____ years of total active federal service.

    A: SSgt or above with 6 years
    B: MSgt or above with 10 years
    C: SrA or above with 4 years
    D: TSgt or above with 8 years
    D: TSgt or above with 8 years
  19. Normally, leave numbers will not be given earlier than ____ days prior to the leave effective date.
    A: 14 days
    B: 10 days
    C: 7 days
    D: 3 days
    A: 14 days
  20. Which statement about prevention of, and response to, sexual assault in the deployed environment is false?

    A: For deployments smaller than an air and space expeditionary force, deployed commanders must provide a sexual assault response capability consistent with DoD and Air Force requirements.
    B: Normally, each air expeditionary wing warrants at least one SARC requirement.
    C: Deploying members receive training on sexual assault issues before departing for deployment.
    D: The Air Force only identifies trained military SARCS for global contingency operations, consistent with requirements established by a Commander of Air Force Forces.
    D: The Air Force only identifies trained military SARCS for global contingency operations, consistent with requirements established by a Commander of Air Force Forces.
  21. _____ are what makes an OPSEC indicator identifiable or causes it to stand out.
    A: Profiles
    B: Associations
    C: Exposures
    D: Signatures
    D: Signatures
  22. What method is used to control Confidential information?

    A: Certificate of receipt
    B: A record of distribution
    C: Routine administrative procedures
    D: Hand-to-hand exchange
    C: Routine administrative procedures

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