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1 (LE-100:U1C1L1:LQ6) The chain of command is a line of responsibility from bottom to top.


A True

B False
2 Two or more elements of the cadet corps unit. (p. 6)


A Groups

B Squadron

C Flights

D Senior Aerospace Science Instructor (SASI)


3 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ8) The grade insignia for a Cadet Chief Master Sergeant is what?
A A gold bar.

B A pointed chevron of eight stripes, with three stripes inverted above the

torch in the middle.

C A silver leaf.

D Two connected silver bars.
4 The distance that the hair projects from the scalp when groomed. (p. 24)
A Uniform

B Bulk


C Insignia
5 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ3) The custom of sitting or walking to the left of people in senior position is the position of honor.
A True

B False
6 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ4) You salute the following people except


A A civilian

B The President of the United States

C Officers of friendly foreign nations

D The Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the Air Force


7 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ5) As personal courtesy, you should walk, ride, or sit to the left of a senior person.
A True

B False
8 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ6) You should address a Chief Master Sergeant as what?


A Their full title

B Sergeant

C Chief Master Sergeant or Chief

D Airman


9 "Rank has its privileges." (p. 40)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
10 A common spirit of enthusiasm and devotion to a cause among the members of a group. (p. 35)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
11 Most drill commands are given in two parts.
A True

B False
12 The preparatory command is the "thinking command" or explains what the movement will be.


A True

B False
13 Individuals aligning themselves directly behind the person to their immediate front while maintaining proper distance.


A Mark time

B Quick time

C Element

D Cover
14 The command of execution explains when the movement will be carried out or the "go" command.


A True

B False


15 What does DCID mean?
A Dress

B Cover


C Interval

D Distance

E All of the above
16 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ4) When may cadets wear their uniform?
A While hitchhiking

B For crowd control

C At the discretion of SASI

D During political events


17 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ5) What is an AFJROTC uniform standard for males?
A Tie tab

B Light blue, long sleeved shirt

C Light blue blouse

D Unpolished shoes


18 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ6) Greater latitude is permitted in design of open competition drill team uniforms.
A True

B False
19 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ7) The grade insignia for a Cadet Staff Sergeant is what?


A A pointed chevron of two stripes, with a torch in the middle.

B A chevron of three inverted stripes.

C A chevron of one double-wide inverted stripe.

D A pointed chevron of four stripes, with a torch in the middle.


20 (LE-100:U1C1L2:LQ8) The grade insignia for a Cadet Chief Master Sergeant is what?
A A gold bar.

B A pointed chevron of eight stripes, with three stripes inverted above the torch in the middle.

C A silver leaf.

D Two connected silver bars.


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21 A badge or mark of office or honor. (p. 24)
A Uniform

B Bulk


C Insignia
22 A distinctive mode of dress. (p. 17)
A Uniform

B Bulk

C Insignia
23 The distance that the hair projects from the scalp when groomed. (p. 24)
A Uniform

B Bulk


C Insignia
24 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ2) Customs are the same from family to family, from region to region, and from country to country.
A True

B False
25 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ3) The custom of sitting or walking to the left of people in senior position is the position of honor.


A True

B False
26 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ4) You salute the following people except


A A civilian

B The President of the United States

C Officers of friendly foreign nations

D The Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of the Air Force


27 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ5) As personal courtesy, you should walk, ride, or sit to the left of a senior person.
A True

B False
28 (LE-100:U1C1L3:LQ6) You should address a Chief Master Sergeant as what?


A Their full title

B Sergeant

C Chief Master Sergeant or Chief

D Airman


29 "Rank has its privileges." (p. 40)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
30 A common spirit of enthusiasm and devotion to a cause among the members of a group. (p. 35)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
31 A prohibition excluding something from use, approach, or mention. (p. 42)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
32 Loyalty or the obligation of loyalty, as to a person, nation, sovereign, or cause. (p. 35)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo
33 A common tradition or usage so long established that is has the force or validity of law; a practice followed as a matter of course among a people; or the habit or practice of an individual. (p. 34)
A Custom

B Esprit de corps

C Allegiance

D RHIP


E Taboo

34 A formal dinner to which non-military guests are invited. (p. 43)


A Court martial

B Dining-in

C Dining-out

D Protocol

E Comradeship
35 Companionship. (p. 44)
A Court martial

B Dining-in

C Dining-out

D Protocol

E Comradeship
36 A military or naval court of officers and, occasionally, enlisted personnel appointed by a commander to try offenders under military law. (p. 43)
A Court martial

B Dining-in

C Dining-out

D Protocol

E Comradeship
37 A code of precedence in rank and status and of correct procedure in ceremonies; a form of etiquette observed in ceremonies; a combination of good manners and common sense that facilitates effective communication. (p. 43)
A Court martial

B Dining-in

C Dining-out

D Protocol

E Comradeship
38 A formal dinner for members of the military only. (p. 43)
A Court martial

B Dining-in

C Dining-out

D Protocol

E Comradeship
39 (LE-100:U1C1L4:LQ2) Having a positive attitude isn't very important whenever you assume a leadership role.
A True

B False
40 (LE-100:U1C1L4:LQ4) How can you develop a proper attitude toward AFJROTC and its requirements and procedures?


A By ignoring your SASI.

B By never opening your textbook.

C By understanding the reasons behind the activities and requirements.

D By having a negative outlook.


41 (AS-410:U1C1:LQ7) Which of the following is/are examples of improvising.
A using a rock as a hammer

B using a piece of glass as a knife

C both are examples of improvising
42 A survival pattern lets you beat all the odds against you for survival. The pattern must include food, water, shelter, fire, first aid, and signals placed in order of importance. (p. 1)
A Survival Preparedness

B Survival Pattern

C Hypothermia
43 Being able to cope in situations where your safety is not automatically assured by the resources to which you are accustomed. (p. 1)
A Survival Preparedness

B Survival Pattern

C Hypothermia
44 An abnormal and dangerous condition in which the temperature of the body is below 35ºC, usually because of prolonged exposure to cold. (p. 1)
A Survival Preparedness

B Survival Pattern

C Hypothermia
45 The physical features of a piece of land; ground. (p. 2)
A Terrain

B Vanquish

C Improvise
46 To gain mastery over an emotion, passion, or temptation, subdue completely. (p. 2)
A Terrain

B Vanquish

C Improvise

47 To make or invent something out of what is conveniently on hand. (p. 2)


A Terrain

B Vanquish

C Improvise
48 Temperature, moisture, and wind are the basic elements of _____________.
A Climate

B Terrain

C Anxiety
49 Mountains, prairies, hills, and lowlands, are a few examples of ______________.
A Climate

B Terrain

C Anxiety
50 (AS-410:U1C3:LQ2) The two fundamental goals of a survivor are to maintain life and return.
A True

B False
51 (AS-410:U1C3:LQ8) Survivors can aid in their recovery by making their position known.


A True

B False
52 Are male cadets allowed to have a Mohawk, mullet, cornrolls, dreadlocks, or an etched design in their hair?


A Yes

B No
53 Are male cadets allowed to hair extensions?


A Yes

B No
54 Are beards allowed while in ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
55 Are purple highlights allowed in your hair while in ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
56 Do you suppose to wear a tie or a tie tab while wearing the Service Dress Coat?


A Yes

B No
57 Is it OK to wear the Light Weight Jacket completely unzipped?


A Yes

B No
58 Is it OK to wear white socks while wearing the ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
59 It is OK to wear (in public) the ROTC pants and take off the ROTC blue shirt while wearing a t-shirt.


A True

B False
60 When do I need to wear the ROTC uniform properly?


A Only during my class period

B Only during the ROTC uniform inspection

C Just when you feel like it

D When you leave home


61 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ2) Having survival skills is ____________, but having the will to survive is _____________.
A important, essential

B essential, important


62 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ3) In a survival situation, stress is something that you should eliminate.
A True

B False
63 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ4) Stress can...


A stimulate us to do our best.

B test our adaptability and flexibility.

C Both A and B are correct
64 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ5) Lack of water and its accompanying problems of thirst and dehydration can be difficult, but

are not among the most critical problems facing survivors.


A True

B False
65 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ6) Just as ____________ is the principal symptom of cold, ____________ is the principal

symptom of heat.
A weakness, numbness

B numbness, weakness


66 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ7) Your mission as a survivor in a survival situation is to...
A combat depression

B stay alive

C find water
67 (AS-410:U1C4:LQ8) Which of the following can help you survive in a survival situation?
A Remind yourself what is at stake.

B Train.

C Learn stress management techniques.

D All of the above are correct.


68 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ2) A man stranded in Arizona once survived for ____ days without food and water, traveling

more than ______ miles during searing daytime temperatures.


A 4, 50

B 8, 150

C 20, 250
69 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ3) The crisis period is the point at which the person realizes the gravity of the situation and

understands that the problem will not go away. Most people will experience __________

at this stage.
A shock

B peace


C fatigue
70 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ4) The coping period begins...
A when the person starts to panic.

B when the person gives in to depression.

C when the person resolves to endure rather than to give in.
71 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ5) In nearly every survival situation the best choice is to travel, even when it might be

dangerous.


A True

B False
72 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ6) In a survival situation, death typically comes from...


A the inability to find food

B the inability to find shelter

C the inability to manage or control emotions
73 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ7) Aircrew members are trained to tolerate uncomfortable situations, but the key to survival is

having the...


A the will to survive

B the right skills

C proper equipment.
74 (AS-410:U1C5:LQ8) One of the survivor's key assets is optimism. Optimism is.....
A having the skills to survive.

B having the ability to be flexible in all situations.

C expecting the best possible outcome.

D All of the above are correct.


75 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ2) A review of the survival experiences from World War II, Korea, and Southeast Asia

indicates that, while U.S. military personnel generally knew how to administer self-aid, there was a marked inability to administer first aid to others.


A True

B False
76 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ3) If soap is not available, which of the following can be used to clean the body and cooking utensils?


A ashes

B saliva

C hands

D All of the above are correct


77 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ4) The principal means of infecting food and open wounds is contact with _______________.
A dirt

B unclean hands


78 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ5) How many hours of sleep should a survivor get each night?
A 3-4

B 5-6


C 7-8
79 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ6) Which type of bleeding is most serious?
A Arterial bleeding

B Venous bleeding

C they are equally serious
80 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ7) For treating a sprain, you should first apply ___________ for ______ hours, then

_________ after that.


A heat, 24, ice

B heat, 12, ice

C ice, 24, heat
81 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ8) The best way to treat frostbite is to thaw the affected areas by placing them close to an

open flame.


A True

B False
82 The male hair will not exceed ________ in bulk.


A 5 inches

B 4 inches

C 3 inches

D 1.25 inches


83 Are male cadets allowed to have a Mohawk, mullet, cornrolls, dreadlocks, or an etched design in their hair?
A Yes

B No
84 Are male cadets allowed to hair extensions?


A Yes

B No
85 Are beards allowed while in ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
86 What is the maximum bulk for females' hair while in ROTC uniform?


A 1.25 inches

B 2 inches

C 3 inches

D 4 inches


87 Are purple highlights allowed in your hair while in ROTC uniform?
A Yes

B No
88 Do you suppose to wear a tie or a tie tab while wearing the Service Dress Coat?


A Yes

B No
89 Is it OK to wear the Light Weight Jacket completely unzipped?


A Yes

B No
90 Is it OK to wear white socks while wearing the ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
91 Do you have to lace and tie your ROTC shoes while in ROTC uniform?


A Yes

B No
92 It is OK to wear (in public) the ROTC pants and take off the ROTC blue shirt while wearing a t-shirt.


A True

B False
93 It is OK to wear things that you bought from a catalog on your ROTC uniform.


A True

B False
94 When do I need to wear the ROTC uniform properly?


A Only during my class period

B Only during the ROTC uniform inspection

C Just when you feel like it

D When you leave home


95 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ2) A review of the survival experiences from World War II, Korea, and Southeast Asia

indicates that, while U.S. military personnel generally knew how to administer self-aid,

there was a marked inability to administer first aid to others.
A True

B False
96 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ3) If soap is not available, which of the following can be used to clean the body and cooking utensils?


A ashes

B saliva

C hands

D All of the above are correct


97 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ4) The principal means of infecting food and open wounds is contact with _______________.
A dirt

B unclean hands


98 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ5) How many hours of sleep should a survivor get each night?
A 3-4

B 5-6


C 7-8
99 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ6) Which type of bleeding is most serious?
A Arterial bleeding

B Venous bleeding

C they are equally serious
100 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ7) For treating a sprain, you should first apply ___________ for ______ hours, then ______ after that.
A heat, 24, ice

B heat, 12, ice

C ice, 24, heat
101 (AS-410:U2C1:LQ8) The best way to treat frostbite is to thaw the affected areas by placing them close to an open flame.
A True

B False
102 A sound or feeling that occurs when broken bone ends rub together. (p. 44)


A Tourniquet

B Gangrene

C Shock

D Immobilization

E Grating
103 To reduce of eliminate motion of the body or a part by mechanical means or by strict bed rest. (p. 43)
A Tourniquet

B Gangrene

C Shock

D Immobilization

E Grating
104 Death of tissue, usually the result of loss of blood supply, and bacterial invasion. (p. 41)
A Tourniquet

B Gangrene

C Shock

D Immobilization

E Grating

105 A clinical condition characterized by symptoms that arise when cardiac output is not enough to fill the arteries with blood under enough pressure to provide an adequate blood supply to the organs and tissues. (p. 41)


A Tourniquet

B Gangrene

C Shock

D Immobilization

E Grating
106 A device used in controlling bleeding, consisting of a wide constricting band applied to the limb near to the site of bleeding, and between it and the heart. (p. 40)
A Tourniquet

B Gangrene

C Shock

D Immobilization

E Grating
107 Any physical injury causing a break in the skin. (p. 45)
A Femur

B Dislocations

C Wound

D Debridement

E Amputated
108 The thigh bone, which extends from the pelvis to the knee. (p. 44)
A Femur

B Dislocations

C Wound

D Debridement

E Amputated
109 The separations of bone joints causing the bones to go out of proper alignment. (p. 44)
A Femur

B Dislocations

C Wound

D Debridement

E Amputated
110 The surgical removal of a part of the body or a limb or part of a limb. (p. 48)
A Femur

B Dislocations

C Wound

D Debridement

E Amputated

111 To remove dirt, strange objects, damaged tissue, from a wound or a burn in order to prevent infection and to promote healing. (p. 47)


A Femur

B Dislocations

C Wound

D Debridement

E Amputated
112 An antibacterial antibiotic. (p. 49)
A Frostbite

B Trench Foot

C Electrolyte

D Erythromycin

E Tetracycline
113 A substance when dissolved in a suitable liquid or when melted becomes a ionic conductor. Proper quantities are critical to normal metabolism and function. (p. 48)
A Frostbite

B Trench Foot

C Electrolyte

D Erythromycin

E Tetracycline
114 Results from frozen tissues. (p. 47)
A Frostbite

B Trench Foot

C Electrolyte

D Erythromycin

E Tetracycline
115 A condition that results from many hours or day of exposure to wet or damp conditions at a temperature just above freezing. (p. 48)
A Frostbite

B Trench Foot

C Electrolyte

D Erythromycin

E Tetracycline
116 A broad spectrum antibiotic. (p. 49)
A Frostbite

B Trench Foot

C Electrolyte

D Erythromycin

E Tetracycline

117 A retreat or backward movement in condition, signs or symptoms. (p. 49)


A Regress

B CPR


C Necrosis

D Ulcer


E Pleural Cavity
118 Tissue death that occurs in groups of cells in response to disease or injury. (p. 49)
A Regress

B CPR


C Necrosis

D Ulcer


E Pleural Cavity
119 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, a basic emergency procedure for life support, consisting of artificial respiration and manual external cardiac massage. (p. 49)
A Regress

B CPR


C Necrosis

D Ulcer


E Pleural Cavity
120 The cavity within the thorax that contains the lungs. (p. 51)
A Regress

B CPR


C Necrosis

D Ulcer


E Pleural Cavity
121 A crater like lesion of the skin or mucous membrane resulting from necrosis. (p. 49)
A Regress

B CPR


C Necrosis

D Ulcer


E Pleural Cavity
122 A common ailment caused by a change of water and food, drinking contaminated water, eating spoiled food, becoming fatigued, and using dirty dishes. (p. 52)
A Heatstroke

B Hypothermia

C Diarrhea

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123 The body’s failure to maintain a temperature of 36ºC (97ºF). Exposure to cool or cold temperature over a short or long time can cause hypothermia. (p. 52)
A Heatstroke

B Hypothermia

C Diarrhea
124 The breakdown of the body’s heat regulatory system. (p. 52)
A Heatstroke

B Hypothermia

C Diarrhea

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