By getting a group together and taking them out to the kennels to play with the dogs.
By holding public demonstrations, publicizing them well and planning them so large numbers of people can attend.
Allowing the dog to attack people as they walk up and down the street.
Handing out pamphlets to the public.
Stay silent until they ask you the question again.
Answer the question anyway, and then ask for clarification.
Ask for clarification before answering.
Don’t answer the question and tell them to move on.
Contact the SJA
Contact the SAJ
Contact the SAA
Contact the JAG
The budget process
The cost centers
The operations budget
Clock and terrain feature techniques
Wedge and Column techniques
Open and Close ambush in a group
SALUTE and METT-TC
Side and Side columns
Flank and Wedge columns
Open or close column
None of the above
It will be in bold print
Turn on a red light
You will be told so by higher-ups
The SFM is responsible to the commander for the Stan-Eval program.
Personnel on flight
The whole Security Force Squadron.
A. AF Form 689, Individual Training Records.
B. AF Form 623, Task Performance Checklist.
C. AF Form 797, Job Qualification Standard.
D. AF Form 689, Job Qualification Standards.
By walking the perimeter.
Having your buddy walk the FPL.
Running the FPL.
Having your buddy walk the principle direction of fire (PDF).
Solid line on the boundary.
Dashes only on the boundary.
Dark line on the boundary only.
Broken or dashed line on the boundary.
Find a distant point that can be identified on the ground and on the map.
Orient the map using a compass or by terrain association.
Determine the magnetic azimuth from your location to the distant known point.
Covert the magnetic azimuth to a grid azimuth.
Sets up your mortars.
Plans all team movements.
Places your sniper weapons.
Shoots grazing fire across your sector front.