Scw military tactics test a

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  1. An improved one-person fighting position is defined as?

  1. Made as small as possible to present smallest target to the enemy.

  2. A shallow pit type emplacement, which provides a temporary prone firing for the individual rifleman.

  3. “U” shape.

  4. A position that provides the least amount of protection from tanks, bombing, strafing, and shelling.

  1. Which of the following fighting positions has the advantage of letting one person rest while the other maintains security?

  1. An improved one-man fighting position.

  2. A hasty individual position.

  3. An improved two man fighting position.

Questions 3 thru 9 match column B to column A

3. _______Bayonet or k-bar A. Protective equipment

4. _______Mopp gear B. Fighting load carrying equipment

5. _______Sleeping mat C. Bivouac equipment

  1. _______ALICE pack D. Special issue equipment

  2. _______Hat and mosquito net

  3. _______Sleeping bag

  4. _______Camouflage cover

  1. Which of the following categories of 782 gear provides the minimum equipment necessities for field living?

  1. Special Issue Equipment

  2. Fighting load carrying

  3. Protective

  4. Bivouac Equipment

  1. What are the four general rules of camouflage?

  1. Before beginning construction on a fighting position what should you take note of?

  1. Make sure you have plenty of shade available around your area

  2. Keep as close as possible to the water buffaloes so you won’t have to walk to far

  3. Take a close look at the terrain and vegetation in the area

  4. Find the easiest route to get to your fighting position from the camp site

  1. The general rule for camouflaging the individual is all exposed skin, even dark skin reflects light

  1. True

  2. False

  1. When cut foliage is used for camouflage it should be replaced how often?

  1. Every other day

  2. As soon as it begins to wither

  3. Don’t worry about it you want be there that long

  4. Both A and B

  1. When you orientated a map utilizing a lensatic compass, you should:

  1. Open the compass halfway.

  2. Open the compass all the way.

  3. Lay compass and map on flat ground.

  4. Both B & C

Questions 16 through 20 match the following five colors to a map.
16._______Cultural or man made features. A. Black

17._______Water features lakes, river & swamps. B. Red

18._______Vegatation wood, orchards & vineyards C. Brown

19._______All terrain relief features. D. Blue

20._______Main roads, built up areas & special features E. Green

  1. What is the rule for reading a grid on a map?

  1. To the left and down

  2. To the right and down

  3. To the left and up

  4. To the right and up

  1. What is the G-M angle on the Margarita Peak map 1:50,000 sheet 2550IV?

  1. Given a Margarita Peak map sheet 2550IV and protractor what is located at grid 750844?

  1. Given a Margarita Peak map sheet 2550IV and protractor what is located at grid 609011?

  1. Given a Margarita Peak map sheet 2550IV and protractor what is the distance along the road in meters between road intersection at grid 581851 and grid 589862 where power lines cross the road.

  1. The acronym “SMEAC” is the standard format used to issue a military order?

  1. true

  2. false

  1. What part of the five-paragraph order describes the enemy force, friendly force and attachments & detachments?

  1. Situation

  2. Mission

  3. Execution

  4. Command & control

  1. What part of the five-paragraph order describes the radio frequencies, call signs & passwords?

  1. Command & signal

  2. Admin & logistics

  3. Execution

  4. Situation

  1. What part of the five-paragraph order deals with beans, bullets band-aids, and bad guys?

  1. Command & signal

  2. Situation

  3. Execution

  4. Admin & logistics

  1. What part of the five-paragraph order assigns definite tasks to each element of the command, organic or attached?

  1. Command & signal

  2. Situation

  3. Execution

  4. Admin & logistics

  1. Explain what acronym describes the military aspects of terrain as it applies to a defensive force?

  1. What type of report is given at the first initial contact with the enemy?

  1. Spot

  2. Salute

  3. Cass

  4. Sitrep

  1. What is the purpose of a reconnaissance patrol?

  1. Locate and observe an enemy position

  2. To prevent infiltration

  3. To destroy infiltrators

  4. To prevent surprise attack

  5. All of the above

  1. What is the acronym and what does it stand for when setting priorities of establishing a defense?

  1. What type of order is issued to give patrol members as much time as possible to prepare for a patrol?

  1. Alert

  2. Early

  3. Warning

  4. Preparatory

  1. What does the acronym FLOT stand for?

  1. First line of troops

  2. Forward line of troops

  3. Farthest limits of travel

  4. Firing line of troops

  1. The object of a defense is to hold on to ground already occupied without difficulty, and keep it clear of the enemy.

  1. true

  2. false

  1. Name the twelve patrol planning steps.

  1. What are the six elements of a fire command? (direct)

  1. What are the three classes of wire entanglements and their purpose?

  1. What are the primary considerations when assigning sectors of fire?


42. _____ Control squad fires A Grenadier

43. _____ Maintains the M203 B Automatic rifleman

44. _____ Control fire team in combat C Rifleman no. 1

45. _____ Assists fire team leader D Squad leader

46. _____ Carries ammo for automatic rifle E Fire team leader

47. _____ Point for all team formations F Rifleman no. 2

  1. State what information under the code of conduct, you are required to give to your captors if you are taken as a POW?

  1. What are the following general orders?

  1. #2______________________________________________

  1. #5______________________________________________

  1. #10_____________________________________________

  1. What are the six elements of a call for fire?(indirect)

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