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For one to join the air force one must have completed certain career development courses. These courses are geared towards qualifying the candidates to be the best candidate for the air force. How much do you know about these courses? Take the quiz below and find out. All the best!


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  • 1. 

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  • 2. 

    When completing the career development course, how much time is given to complete each volume?

    • A.

      15 days

    • B.

      30 days

    • C.

      3 months

    • D.

      12 months

    Correct Answer
    B. 30 days
    Explanation
    The career development course provides 30 days to complete each volume. This time frame allows individuals to pace themselves and thoroughly engage with the material without feeling rushed. It strikes a balance between giving enough time for comprehensive learning and maintaining a reasonable timeline for progression through the course.

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  • 3. 

    What Air Force Instruction can you reference to determine trainee responsibilities?

    • A.

      AFI 36-2201

    • B.

      AFI 36-2101

    • C.

      AFI 36-2202

    • D.

      AFI 36-2102

    Correct Answer
    A. AFI 36-2201
    Explanation
    AFI 36-2201 is the correct answer because it is the Air Force Instruction that provides guidance on trainee responsibilities. This instruction outlines the expectations and duties of trainees in the Air Force, including their conduct, appearance, and adherence to regulations. By referencing AFI 36-2201, trainees can understand their responsibilities and ensure they are fulfilling their duties as required.

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  • 4. 

    What Air Force Instruction is referred to as the "little, brown book," and gives information on the enlisted tier responsibilities?

    • A.

      AFI 36-2101

    • B.

      AFI 36-2201

    • C.

      AFI 36-2618

    • D.

      AFI 36-2903

    Correct Answer
    C. AFI 36-2618
    Explanation
    AFI 36-2618 is referred to as the "little, brown book" and gives information on the enlisted tier responsibilities.

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  • 5. 

    Who is inherently responsible for base force protection (FP)?

    • A.

      Commanders

    • B.

      Antiterrorism officer

    • C.

      All military members

    • D.

      Force protection manager

    Correct Answer
    A. Commanders
    Explanation
    Commanders are inherently responsible for base force protection (FP) because they are the ones who have the overall authority and accountability for the safety and security of their military installations. They are responsible for developing and implementing force protection plans, policies, and procedures to ensure the protection of personnel, equipment, and resources. Commanders are also responsible for allocating resources, conducting risk assessments, and coordinating with other agencies to mitigate potential threats and vulnerabilities. Their role is crucial in maintaining a secure and protected environment for their forces and ensuring the readiness and effectiveness of their units.

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  • 6. 

    The application of active and passive defense measures, employed across the legally-defined ground dimension of the operational environment, to mitigate potential risks, and defeat adversary threats to Air Force operations is known as what?

    • A.

      Force Protection

    • B.

      Integrated Defense

    • C.

      Agile combat support

    • D.

      Installation security plans

    Correct Answer
    B. Integrated Defense
    Explanation
    Integrated Defense refers to the application of active and passive defense measures in the ground dimension of the operational environment to mitigate risks and defeat adversary threats to Air Force operations. This approach involves combining various defensive strategies and tactics to protect and secure military installations, personnel, and resources. It aims to ensure the overall force protection and readiness of the Air Force by integrating different defense measures into a cohesive and comprehensive system.

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  • 7. 

    What is the place in which the commander can directly influence operations that expand and contract depending on friendly force control?

    • A.

      Point of interest

    • B.

      Area of influence

    • C.

      Base of staging

    • D.

      Enemy battlespace

    Correct Answer
    B. Area of influence
    Explanation
    The area of influence refers to the geographical area where the commander has the authority and capability to directly influence operations. This area can expand or contract depending on the control of friendly forces. It is the space in which the commander can make decisions and direct resources to achieve mission objectives.

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  • 8. 

    (005) What is the most important aspect of intelligence reporting?

    • A.

      Content

    • B.

      Lateness

    • C.

      Truth

    • D.

      Relevance

    Correct Answer
    A. Content
    Explanation
    The most important aspect of intelligence reporting is the content. This refers to the quality and accuracy of the information being reported. Without reliable and relevant content, intelligence reports would be ineffective and unreliable. The content of intelligence reports should be based on accurate and verified information, providing valuable insights and analysis.

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  • 9. 

    What ensures that your message serves its purpose at its destination?

    • A.

      Content

    • B.

      Accuracy

    • C.

      Truth

    • D.

      Relevance

    Correct Answer
    B. Accuracy
    Explanation
    Accuracy ensures that your message serves its purpose at its destination. When your message is accurate, it means that the information you are conveying is correct and reliable. This helps to build trust and credibility with the recipient, as they can rely on the accuracy of the message. Accuracy also ensures that the intended meaning of your message is effectively communicated, reducing the risk of misunderstandings or misinterpretations. Overall, accuracy plays a crucial role in ensuring that your message is received and understood as intended, thus serving its purpose effectively.

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  • 10. 

    What do the objectives of integrated defense provide for the conduct of integrated defense?

    • A.

      Resources

    • B.

      A central focus

    • C.

      Conditions for success

    • D.

      Objectives and guidance

    Correct Answer
    B. A central focus
    Explanation
    The objectives of integrated defense provide a central focus for the conduct of integrated defense. This means that they serve as a main point of attention or concentration, guiding the actions and strategies involved in integrated defense. By having a central focus, the objectives help ensure that all efforts are aligned and coordinated towards achieving the desired outcomes in integrated defense.

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  • 11. 

    Where can you find the process for submitting a MISREP?

    • A.

      ATO

    • B.

      SPINS

    • C.

      SITREP

    • D.

      Command directives

    Correct Answer
    B. SPINS
    Explanation
    SPINS stands for Special Instructions, which is a set of guidelines and procedures that provide specific information on how to accomplish a mission or task. It includes details on reporting procedures, communication channels, and other relevant information. Therefore, it is likely that the process for submitting a MISREP (Mission Report) can be found in the SPINS, as it provides instructions on reporting and communication protocols during a mission.

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  • 12. 

    Which type of intelligence data includes information on the number of aircraft on a specific mission?

    • A.

      Flight detail

    • B.

      Operational data

    • C.

      Enemy air reaction data

    • D.

      Surface-to-air missile data

    Correct Answer
    A. Flight detail
    Explanation
    Flight detail includes information on the number of aircraft on a specific mission. This type of intelligence data provides specific details about the flight operations, such as the number of aircraft involved, their routes, and their objectives. It helps in understanding the composition and capabilities of the enemy's air forces, and enables effective planning and response strategies.

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  • 13. 

    (007) Intelligence operations are which of the following?

    • A.

      Simultaneous

    • B.

      Out of order

    • C.

      Sequential

    • D.

      Separate

    Correct Answer
    A. Simultaneous
    Explanation
    Intelligence operations are simultaneous, meaning they occur at the same time. This suggests that multiple operations are conducted concurrently, allowing for the collection and analysis of information from different sources simultaneously. This approach enables intelligence agencies to gather a comprehensive understanding of a situation by leveraging multiple sources and perspectives simultaneously.

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  • 14. 

    An ideal ISR strategy should be designed to maximize what?

    • A.

      Intelligence preparation of the operational environment

    • B.

      The intelligence cycle

    • C.

      Battlespace awareness

    • D.

      The targeting cycle

    Correct Answer
    C. Battlespace awareness
    Explanation
    An ideal ISR strategy should be designed to maximize battlespace awareness. This refers to having a comprehensive understanding of the operational environment, including the enemy's capabilities, intentions, and potential threats. By maximizing battlespace awareness, military forces can make informed decisions, effectively allocate resources, and gain a tactical advantage over adversaries. This involves collecting, analyzing, and disseminating intelligence information to provide commanders with a clear picture of the battlespace, enabling them to plan and execute operations more effectively.

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  • 15. 

    During the ISR Process, when does planning and direction occur?

    • A.

      When directed by the commander

    • B.

      Only in times of war

    • C.

      Continuously

    • D.

      Occasionally

    Correct Answer
    C. Continuously
    Explanation
    During the ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) Process, planning and direction occur continuously. This means that they are ongoing activities that happen throughout the entire process, rather than being limited to specific times or situations. Planning involves determining the objectives, resources, and methods for gathering intelligence, while direction involves guiding and overseeing the execution of those plans. By continuously planning and directing, commanders can ensure that intelligence is effectively collected and utilized to support decision-making and operations.

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  • 16. 

    What kind of planning do commanders engage in order to conduct operations?

    • A.

      Mindless

    • B.

      Reactive

    • C.

      Adaptive

    • D.

      Proactive

    Correct Answer
    C. Adaptive
    Explanation
    Commanders engage in adaptive planning in order to conduct operations. Adaptive planning involves the ability to adjust and modify plans based on changing circumstances and conditions. It allows commanders to be flexible and responsive to unexpected situations, ensuring that they can effectively achieve their objectives. By continuously assessing and analyzing the situation, commanders can make necessary changes to their plans, resources, and strategies to adapt to the evolving environment. This type of planning is crucial in dynamic and complex operational scenarios where commanders need to be proactive and agile in their decision-making process.

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  • 17. 

    Identification of needs for intelligence regarding all aspects of the operational environment starts with which phase of the intelligence process?

    • A.

      Analysis and production

    • B.

      Evaluation and feedback

    • C.

      Planning and direction

    • D.

      Collection

    Correct Answer
    C. Planning and direction
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Planning and direction. In the intelligence process, the identification of needs for intelligence regarding all aspects of the operational environment begins with the planning and direction phase. This phase involves determining what information is required, setting objectives, and outlining the strategies and resources needed to gather the necessary intelligence. It is the initial step in the process where the intelligence requirements are identified and defined.

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  • 18. 

    What is the most significant aspect of collection because of the operational needs for intelligence often exceeding intelligence capabilities?

    • A.

      Need of the requestor

    • B.

      Urgency of the request

    • C.

      Prioritization

    • D.

      Reliability

    Correct Answer
    C. Prioritization
    Explanation
    Prioritization is the most significant aspect of collection because operational needs for intelligence often exceed intelligence capabilities. Prioritization helps in determining the order in which intelligence requests should be addressed based on their importance and urgency. It ensures that limited resources are allocated effectively and efficiently to fulfill the most critical intelligence needs. By prioritizing requests, intelligence agencies can focus their efforts on gathering information that is most relevant and vital for decision-making and operational planning. This helps in maximizing the impact of intelligence collection efforts and meeting the operational needs despite the limitations of intelligence capabilities.

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  • 19. 

    Who determines the availability and capability of collection assets and resources that might contribute to requirement satisfaction?

    • A.

      Commander

    • B.

      Intelligence analyst

    • C.

      Collection manager

    • D.

      JFC

    Correct Answer
    C. Collection manager
    Explanation
    The collection manager is responsible for determining the availability and capability of collection assets and resources that can potentially contribute to requirement satisfaction. They assess the various collection options, such as intelligence gathering methods and technologies, and determine which ones are most suitable for meeting the intelligence requirements. The collection manager plays a crucial role in coordinating and prioritizing the collection efforts to ensure that the necessary information is obtained effectively and efficiently.

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  • 20. 

    What is developed to compare characteristics of the requirement's target with the characteristics of available assets or resources to determine collection suitability?

    • A.

      RFIs

    • B.

      PIRs

    • C.

      CCIRs

    • D.

      EEIs

    Correct Answer
    D. EEIs
    Explanation
    EEIs, or Essential Elements of Information, are developed to compare the characteristics of the requirement's target with the characteristics of available assets or resources in order to determine collection suitability. EEIs help in assessing whether the available assets or resources are suitable for collecting the required information or not. They provide a framework for evaluating the capabilities and limitations of the available resources in meeting the requirements of the target.

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  • 21. 

    (010) What phase in the ISR process follows the collection phase?

    • A.

      Planning and direction

    • B.

      Analysis and production

    • C.

      Processing and exploitation

    • D.

      Dissemination and integration

    Correct Answer
    C. Processing and exploitation
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Processing and exploitation". After the collection phase in the ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance) process, the collected data is processed and analyzed to extract meaningful information. This phase involves sorting, filtering, and organizing the collected data to identify patterns, trends, and potential threats. Exploitation refers to the extraction of intelligence from the processed data, which helps in making informed decisions and providing actionable intelligence to the decision-makers.

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  • 22. 

    What type of data is converted into information that can be readily disseminated, used, transmitted, and exploited by intelligence analysts to produce multidiscipline intelligence products?

    • A.

      Time sensitive

    • B.

      Top Secret

    • C.

      Important

    • D.

      Raw

    Correct Answer
    D. Raw
    Explanation
    Raw data refers to unprocessed and unorganized information that is in its original form. It is the initial stage of data that has not been analyzed or interpreted. Raw data needs to be converted into meaningful information through analysis and processing before it can be disseminated, used, transmitted, and exploited by intelligence analysts to produce multidiscipline intelligence products. Therefore, raw data is the type of data that is converted into information that can be readily utilized by intelligence analysts.

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  • 23. 

    Resulting information that is not yet fully subject to analytical assessment and receives tier one analysis for time-critical production but has not been subjected to full, analytical assessment is an example of what?

    • A.

      Analysis

    • B.

      Production

    • C.

      Processing

    • D.

      Analysis and production

    Correct Answer
    C. Processing
    Explanation
    The given correct answer is "Processing". Processing refers to the stage where information is received and analyzed for time-critical production, but it has not undergone full analytical assessment yet. This means that the information is still being worked on and is not yet fully evaluated or finalized.

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  • 24. 

    In addition to providing intelligence products that anticipate the needs of the commander, products must include the following elements.

    • A.

      Timeliness, accuracy, usability and completeness

    • B.

      Timeliness and accuracy only

    • C.

      Timeliness, accuracy, usability, completeness, relevance, objectiveness and availability

    • D.

      Timeliness, accuracy, usability, completeness, relevance and objectiveness

    Correct Answer
    C. Timeliness, accuracy, usability, completeness, relevance, objectiveness and availability
    Explanation
    The correct answer includes all the elements that are necessary for intelligence products to be effective. Timeliness ensures that the information is provided in a timely manner, allowing for timely decision-making. Accuracy ensures that the information is correct and reliable. Usability ensures that the information is presented in a way that is easy to understand and use. Completeness ensures that all relevant information is included. Relevance ensures that the information is directly applicable to the commander's needs. Objectiveness ensures that the information is unbiased and free from personal opinions. Availability ensures that the information is accessible and readily available when needed.

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  • 25. 

    Analysis and production is done primarily by whom?

    • A.

      DIA

    • B.

      JISE

    • C.

      JIOC

    • D.

      All-source analysts

    Correct Answer
    D. All-source analysts
    Explanation
    All-source analysts are responsible for conducting analysis and production tasks. They gather information from various sources, including intelligence reports, open-source data, and classified information, to assess and evaluate threats, trends, and potential risks. They synthesize this information to produce intelligence products that inform decision-makers and support military operations. All-source analysts play a crucial role in providing comprehensive and accurate intelligence assessments to ensure effective decision-making and mission success.

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  • 26. 

    During ______, information is received, organized and entered into appropriate databases by the analysis and production elements of intelligence community organizations.

    • A.

      Analysis

    • B.

      Evaluation

    • C.

      Integration

    • D.

      Interpretation

    Correct Answer
    C. Integration
    Explanation
    During integration, information is received, organized, and entered into appropriate databases by the analysis and production elements of intelligence community organizations. This process involves bringing together various sources of information, such as raw data and intelligence reports, and consolidating them into a cohesive and comprehensive picture. Integration ensures that the information is readily accessible and can be effectively analyzed and evaluated for intelligence purposes.

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  • 27. 

    What is the most important requirement of the dissemination process?

    • A.

      Communication

    • B.

      Organization

    • C.

      Continuous management

    • D.

      Procedures

    Correct Answer
    C. Continuous management
    Explanation
    Continuous management is the most important requirement of the dissemination process because it ensures that the information is consistently and effectively communicated to the intended audience. Without continuous management, there is a risk of information being overlooked, outdated, or not reaching the intended recipients in a timely manner. Continuous management involves ongoing monitoring, updating, and evaluation of the dissemination process to ensure that it remains efficient and relevant. This helps to maintain the flow of information and ensures that it is disseminated in a timely and effective manner, ultimately achieving the desired outcomes.

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  • 28. 

    This traditional ISR asset was originally designed as a maritime patrol and anit-submarine aircraft?

    • A.

      RC-135 COBRA BALL

    • B.

      RC-12 GUARDRAIL

    • C.

      MR Mk1P Nimrod

    • D.

      Tornado GR1A

    Correct Answer
    C. MR Mk1P Nimrod
    Explanation
    The MR Mk1P Nimrod is the correct answer because it was originally designed as a maritime patrol and anti-submarine aircraft. The Nimrod was a British aircraft that served in the Royal Air Force and was specifically built for surveillance and reconnaissance missions over the sea. Its primary role was to detect and track submarines, making it an essential asset for maritime operations.

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  • 29. 

    What consists of the DB-110 reconnaissance system with a charged couple device day sensor, mid-wave indium antinomide infrared sensor, and provides real-time day and night targeting?

    • A.

      Goodrich Raptor reconnaissance pod

    • B.

      Guidance Terminal reconnaissance pod

    • C.

      Tactical Tiger View reconnaissance pod

    • D.

      Sniper Spot reconnaissance pod

    Correct Answer
    A. Goodrich Raptor reconnaissance pod
    Explanation
    The Goodrich Raptor reconnaissance pod consists of a DB-110 reconnaissance system with a charged couple device day sensor and mid-wave indium antinomide infrared sensor. It provides real-time day and night targeting capabilities.

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  • 30. 

    What non-traditional ISR asset was purchased to fill the void left behind from the retirement of the TARPS system?

    • A.

      WSV

    • B.

      TARS

    • C.

      SHARP

    • D.

      ATARS

    Correct Answer
    C. SHARP
    Explanation
    The SHARP system was purchased to fill the void left behind from the retirement of the TARPS system.

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  • 31. 

    This model is a tool used to characterize the sort of processes that typically happen in a collection cycle for a given sensor.

    • A.

      Tasking, collection, processing, evaluation, and dissemination (TCPED)

    • B.

      Tasking, collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TCPED)

    • C.

      Tasking, communication, processing, evaluation, and dissemination (TCPED)

    • D.

      Tasking, communication, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TCPED)

    Correct Answer
    B. Tasking, collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TCPED)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Tasking, collection, processing, exploitation, and dissemination (TCPED)". This model outlines the sequential steps involved in a collection cycle for a sensor. The process starts with tasking, which involves determining the specific requirements for data collection. Next, the sensor collects the necessary data. The collected data is then processed to remove noise or irrelevant information. Exploitation refers to the analysis and extraction of valuable intelligence from the processed data. Finally, the results are disseminated to the appropriate users or decision-makers.

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  • 32. 

    (015) This phase of the TCPED model refers to the execution of collection operations.

    • A.

      Tasking

    • B.

      Collection

    • C.

      Processing

    • D.

      Exploitation

    Correct Answer
    B. Collection
    Explanation
    The phase of the TCPED model that refers to the execution of collection operations is called "Collection." During this phase, data is gathered and collected from various sources using different methods such as sensors, satellites, or human intelligence. This data collection is crucial as it provides the necessary information for further processing and analysis in the subsequent phases of the TCPED model.

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  • 33. 

    _________  are typically in high demand, and requirements usually exceed platform capabilities and inventory.

    • A.

      ISR assets

    • B.

      Collection Managers

    • C.

      AOCs

    • D.

      DCGSs

    Correct Answer
    A. ISR assets
    Explanation
    ISR assets, which stands for Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance assets, are typically in high demand. This is because they play a crucial role in gathering intelligence and providing situational awareness. The demand for ISR assets often exceeds the capabilities and inventory of the platforms that house them. This means that there is a greater need for ISR assets than what is currently available, highlighting their importance in military operations and decision-making processes.

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  • 34. 

    This weapon system is the operational-level command and control center that provides the Commander Air Force Forces with the capability to direct and supervise the activities of assigned forces.

    • A.

      Air operations and space center

    • B.

      Air and space operations center

    • C.

      Air operations division

    • D.

      Air operations system

    Correct Answer
    B. Air and space operations center
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Air and space operations center." This is because an air and space operations center is specifically designed to serve as the command and control center for air and space operations at the operational level. It provides the Commander Air Force Forces with the necessary capability to direct and supervise the activities of assigned forces in these domains. The other options do not accurately describe the function and purpose of this weapon system.

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  • 35. 

    The ________ division focuses on long-range planning of air, space, and information operations to achieve theater objectives by developing, refining, disseminating, and assessing the JFACC air and space strategy.

    • A.

      Combat operations

    • B.

      Strategy

    • C.

      Combat plans

    • D.

      ISR

    Correct Answer
    B. Strategy
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Strategy" because the given question asks for the division that focuses on long-range planning of air, space, and information operations to achieve theater objectives by developing, refining, disseminating, and assessing the JFACC air and space strategy. This indicates that the division in question is responsible for creating and implementing a strategic plan for air and space operations, which aligns with the concept of strategy.

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  • 36. 

    The primary products of this division include the air tasking order (ATO), airspace control order (ACO) and joint integrated prioritized target list (JIPTL).

    • A.

      Intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance division

    • B.

      Combat operations division

    • C.

      Combat plans division

    • D.

      Air mobility division

    Correct Answer
    C. Combat plans division
    Explanation
    The primary products of the Combat Plans Division include the air tasking order (ATO), airspace control order (ACO), and joint integrated prioritized target list (JIPTL). This division is responsible for developing and coordinating combat plans and strategies for military operations. They work closely with other divisions and units to ensure effective execution of missions. The ATO provides detailed instructions for air operations, the ACO establishes airspace control measures, and the JIPTL prioritizes targets for engagement. Overall, the Combat Plans Division plays a crucial role in planning and organizing combat operations.

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  • 37. 

    What team in the AOC collaborates with collection managers, reconnaissance and surveillance planners, platform/PED liaisons, and the PED center to ensure the ISR operations are synchronized with joint operations?

    • A.

      ISR ops team

    • B.

      Targets/tactical assessment team

    • C.

      Airlift control team

    • D.

      ACF team

    Correct Answer
    A. ISR ops team
    Explanation
    The ISR ops team collaborates with collection managers, reconnaissance and surveillance planners, platform/PED liaisons, and the PED center to ensure the ISR operations are synchronized with joint operations. They work together to gather and analyze intelligence, plan and execute surveillance missions, and coordinate the use of ISR assets to support the overall objectives of joint operations. This collaboration ensures that the right information is collected and disseminated to the relevant stakeholders in a timely and efficient manner, enhancing the effectiveness of joint operations.

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  • 38. 

    This ISRD team conducts dynamic intelligence preparation of the operational environment and provides the context for understanding the adversary's intentions.

    • A.

      ISR operations team

    • B.

      Combat intelligence team

    • C.

      Targets/tactical assessment team

    • D.

      Analysis, correlation and fusion team

    Correct Answer
    D. Analysis, correlation and fusion team
    Explanation
    The analysis, correlation, and fusion team is responsible for conducting dynamic intelligence preparation of the operational environment and providing the context for understanding the adversary's intentions. They gather and analyze intelligence data, correlate it with other relevant information, and then fuse it together to create a comprehensive understanding of the operational environment. This team plays a crucial role in supporting decision-making processes by providing accurate and timely intelligence assessments.

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  • 39. 

    Which team within the air mobility division coordinates closely with the rescue coordination cell?

    • A.

      Airlift control team

    • B.

      Air Mobility control team

    • C.

      Air Refueling control team

    • D.

      Aeromedical evacuation control team

    Correct Answer
    D. Aeromedical evacuation control team
    Explanation
    The aeromedical evacuation control team is the team within the air mobility division that coordinates closely with the rescue coordination cell. This team is responsible for coordinating and executing medical evacuations of injured personnel. They work closely with the rescue coordination cell to ensure that injured individuals are safely transported and receive the necessary medical care.

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  • 40. 

    Who is specifically focused on providing detailed, tailored intelligence products and reporting globally deployed elements?

    • A.

      SOF DGS

    • B.

      AFISRA

    • C.

      480th ISR Wing

    • D.

      DCGS-A

    Correct Answer
    A. SOF DGS
    Explanation
    SOF DGS, or Special Operations Forces Distributed Ground System, is specifically focused on providing detailed, tailored intelligence products and reporting to globally deployed elements. This suggests that SOF DGS is dedicated to delivering comprehensive and customized intelligence support to Special Operations Forces operating worldwide.

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  • 41. 

    Which enterprise serves the Navy's primary system for managing, processing, storing and sharing critical multi-source intelligence and targeting data and products?

    • A.

      DCGS-SOF

    • B.

      DCGS-MC

    • C.

      DCGS-N

    • D.

      DCGS-A

    Correct Answer
    C. DCGS-N
    Explanation
    DCGS-N stands for Distributed Common Ground System-Navy. It is the enterprise that serves the Navy's primary system for managing, processing, storing, and sharing critical multi-source intelligence and targeting data and products. This system plays a crucial role in supporting the Navy's intelligence operations and ensuring effective decision-making based on accurate and timely information.

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  • 42. 

    Why does the DART provide external support?

    • A.

      To ensure requirements are satisfied only

    • B.

      To obtain operations details only

    • C.

      To produce tailored products only

    • D.

      To ensure requirements are satisfied, obtain operations details, and produce tailored products

    Correct Answer
    D. To ensure requirements are satisfied, obtain operations details, and produce tailored products
    Explanation
    The DART provides external support to ensure that requirements are satisfied, obtain operations details, and produce tailored products. This means that the DART is responsible for meeting the needs and expectations of the stakeholders by gathering information about their requirements and operations. It then uses this information to create customized products that meet their specific needs. By doing so, the DART ensures that the stakeholders are satisfied and that the products produced are tailored to their unique requirements.

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  • 43. 

    What does the DART keep the MPC informed of?

    • A.

      Intelligence gaps

    • B.

      Mission requirements

    • C.

      RFIs

    • D.

      RFIs and intelligence gaps

    Correct Answer
    D. RFIs and intelligence gaps
    Explanation
    The DART keeps the MPC informed of RFIs and intelligence gaps. This means that the DART provides information and updates to the MPC regarding any requests for information (RFIs) that have been made, as well as any gaps in intelligence that need to be addressed. By keeping the MPC informed of these matters, the DART ensures that the MPC has the necessary information and resources to make informed decisions and carry out their mission effectively.

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  • 44. 

    What product, produced by the DART, is used to graphically depict real-time intelligence data, activity, and reference, while meeting supported unit desired effects?

    • A.

      PMB

    • B.

      Digital overlays

    • C.

      All source EYELID report

    • D.

      AF DCGS Analysis report

    Correct Answer
    B. Digital overlays
    Explanation
    Digital overlays are a product produced by the DART that is used to graphically depict real-time intelligence data, activity, and reference, while meeting supported unit desired effects. This means that digital overlays provide a visual representation of intelligence data in real-time, allowing users to easily understand and analyze the information. They are created by the DART and are a valuable tool for decision-making and planning in military operations.

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  • 45. 

    What is the most enduring aspect of the DCGS architecture?

    • A.

      Assembled crews

    • B.

      Exploitation crews

    • C.

      Collected data

    • D.

      Disseminated data

    Correct Answer
    B. Exploitation crews
    Explanation
    The most enduring aspect of the DCGS architecture is the exploitation crews. These crews are responsible for analyzing and extracting valuable information from the collected data. They play a crucial role in interpreting the data and providing actionable intelligence to decision-makers. While the other options are important components of the DCGS architecture, it is the exploitation crews that ensure the long-term effectiveness and usefulness of the system.

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  • 46. 

    Which of the following phases are not part of the mission planning cycle?

    • A.

      ATO planning

    • B.

      Execution phase

    • C.

      Receive the ATO

    • D.

      Mission planning phase

    Correct Answer
    A. ATO planning
    Explanation
    The ATO planning phase is not part of the mission planning cycle. The mission planning cycle typically includes phases such as receiving the ATO (Air Tasking Order), mission planning phase, and execution phase. ATO planning refers to the process of developing the Air Tasking Order, which is a document that outlines specific missions, targets, and resources for a given operation. While ATO planning is an important part of mission execution, it is not considered a distinct phase within the mission planning cycle.

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  • 47. 

    Which charts will normally depict the target areas for mission planning?

    • A.

      GNC

    • B.

      ONC

    • C.

      TPC

    • D.

      JOG

    Correct Answer
    D. JOG
    Explanation
    JOG stands for Joint Operations Graphic, which is a specific type of chart used for mission planning. JOG charts provide detailed information about target areas, including terrain features, infrastructure, and other relevant data. They are commonly used by military and intelligence agencies for planning and executing missions. GNC, ONC, and TPC are not typically used for depicting target areas in mission planning.

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  • 48. 

    In the third phase of the air tasking cycle, what provides the bases for weaponeering assessment activities?

    • A.

      MAAP

    • B.

      JIPTL

    • C.

      ATO

    • D.

      ACO

    Correct Answer
    B. JIPTL
    Explanation
    In the third phase of the air tasking cycle, JIPTL (Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List) provides the bases for weaponeering assessment activities. JIPTL is a prioritized list of targets that have been identified and selected for engagement by the joint force. It helps in determining the appropriate weapons and tactics to be used for each target, ensuring effective and efficient use of resources during military operations.

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  • 49. 

    Which of the following is correct, given the following set of an ATO?MSNACFT/2/ACTYPE:F-16C/TEXAN01/A1/111/22222/33333//.

    • A.

      There will be two a1 aircraft flying a mission with call sign TEXAN01.

    • B.

      The call sign of the refueling aircraft is TEXAN01.

    • C.

      The aircraft assigned with this mission are F-16Cs.

    • D.

      There will be four aircraft flying this mission.

    Correct Answer
    C. The aircraft assigned with this mission are F-16Cs.
    Explanation
    The given ATO set includes the information "ACTYPE:F-16C", which indicates that the aircraft assigned with this mission are F-16Cs.

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  • 50. 

    What is used to get aircraft to specific areas for mission accomplishment, and does not have altitude restrictions?

    • A.

      MRR

    • B.

      BDZ

    • C.

      ATR

    • D.

      ROZ

    Correct Answer
    C. ATR
    Explanation
    ATR stands for Air Tasking Request. It is used to get aircraft to specific areas for mission accomplishment and does not have altitude restrictions.

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