# E6 Board Prep Test - Drill & Ceremony

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In conjunction with the Army Sutdy Guide, this test should assist in preparing for the Drill and Ceremony Portion of the Army Board.

• 1.

### What are the 3 marching steps used in drill?

• A.

15 in step, 30 in step, 60 in step

• B.

15 in step, 30 in step, 30 in step, DOUBLE TIME, 160 steps per minute

• C.

15 in step, 30 in step, 30 in step, DOUBLE TIME, 180 steps per minute

• D.

15 in step, 30 in step, 30/30 in step

C. 15 in step, 30 in step, 30 in step, DOUBLE TIME, 180 steps per minute
Explanation
The correct answer is "15 in step, 30 in step, 30 in step, DOUBLE TIME, 180 steps per minute". This answer provides a sequence of marching steps, starting with 15 in step, followed by 30 in step, then another 30 in step. After that, it introduces a new step called DOUBLE TIME, which indicates a faster pace. Finally, it specifies the tempo of the double time step as 180 steps per minute.

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• 2.

### Which FM covers Drill & Ceremony?

• A.

FM 3-25.26

• B.

FM 4-25.11

• C.

FM 3-21.5

• D.

FM 3-25.1

C. FM 3-21.5
Explanation
FM 3-21.5 covers Drill & Ceremony.

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• 3.

### What is a review?

• A.

A military ceremony used to Honor a visiting, high ranking commander, official, or dignitary and/or permit them to observe the state of training of the command

• B.

A Ceremony used to Present decorations and Awards

• C.

A Ceremony used to Honor or Recognize unit or individual achievements

• D.

A Ceremony used to Commemorate Events

• E.

All of the Above

E. All of the Above
Explanation
A review is a military ceremony that serves multiple purposes. It can be used to honor a visiting, high-ranking commander, official, or dignitary and allow them to observe the training of the command. It can also be a ceremony to present decorations and awards, honor or recognize unit or individual achievements, as well as commemorate events. Therefore, the correct answer is "All of the Above."

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• 4.

### The two prescribed formations for platoons are

line, column
column, line
Explanation
The two prescribed formations for platoons are line and column. This means that platoons can be arranged in a straight line or in a single file. Additionally, they can also be arranged in a column, which is a formation where soldiers are arranged one behind the other. Both formations have their own advantages and are used in different tactical situations.

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• 5.

### What are the 4 rest positons which can be given at halt?

parade rest, stand at ease, at ease, rest
rest, parade rest, stand at ease, at ease
at ease, rest, parade rest, stand at ease
stand at ease, at ease, parade rest, rest
• 6.

### What is the primary value of ceremonies? Check all correct answers

• A.

Render Honors

• B.

• C.

Present decorations or awards

• D.

Stimulate Esprit de Corps

• E.

Practice formation

A. Render Honors
D. Stimulate Esprit de Corps
Explanation
Ceremonies serve multiple purposes, including rendering honors, preserving tradition, and stimulating esprit de corps. By rendering honors, ceremonies show respect and recognition to individuals or groups. Preserving tradition ensures that important rituals and customs are upheld and passed down through generations. Ceremonies also help to stimulate esprit de corps, fostering a sense of unity, pride, and camaraderie among participants. The other options, presenting decorations or awards and practicing formation, are not mentioned as primary values of ceremonies.

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• 7.

• A.

True

• B.

False

B. False
Explanation

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• 8.

### What is the ONLY command given from "Inspection Arms"?

Explanation
The ONLY command given from "Inspection Arms" is "Ready Port Arms" or "Ready, Port, Arms" or "ready port arms" or "ready, port, arms".

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