C. SSgt and TSgt
D. Amn and A1C
A. Patrol Leader
B. Squad Leader
C. Base Defense Operations Center (BDOC) Controller.
D. Internal Security Response Team (ISRT)/External Security Response Team (ESRT) Leader.
B. Flight Sergeant
C. Response force leader.
D. Non-commissioned officer in charge (NCOIC)/Assistant NCOIC.
D. SSgt and TSgt.
A. Tactical Control
B. Strategic control.
C. Operational control.
D. Administrative control.
A. Squadron Commander.
B. Installation Commander.
C. Joint Force Commander.
D. Major command (MAJCOM) Commander.
A. have food and water.
B. possess required qualifications and certifications.
C. are supplied with weapons and required equipment.
D. are issued Special Security Instructions (SSIs) and study material.
A. Wing commander.
B. Squadron commander.
C. Security Forces manager.
D. Unit deployment manager.
A. Duty roster.
B. Post priority listing.
C. Unit manning document.
D. Unit personnel manning roster.
A. Major command (MAJCOM) commander.
B. MAJCOM vice commander.
C. Installation commander.
D. Combatant commander.
C. Servicing armory.
D. Security Forces manager.
A. Vulnerability assessment.
B. Inspector General (IG) assessment.
C. Force protection conditions (FPCONs).
D. Integrated Defense Risk Management Process (IDRMP) assessment.
A. allocate vehicles.
B. allocate manpower
C. determine post rotations.
D. determine weapon configurations.
A. Group commander.
B. Security Forces manager.
C. Defense force commander.
D. Each individual flight chief.
A. Higher force protection conditions (FPCONs).
B. Peacetime and wartime.
A. Post rotations.
B. Specialized courses.
C. Recognition program.
D. Providing time off.
C. Work ethic.
A. Issue paperwork.
B. Verbally counsel the subordinate.
C. Investigate to determine the cause.
D. Assign the subordinate a new supervisor.
B. Parade rest.
C. Open ranks march.
D. Prepare for inspection.
A. The first element takes three paces forward and automatically executes dress right dress at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element in front of them takes none, one, or two, paces forward, halts, and automatically executes dress right dress.
B. The last flight stands fast and automatically executes dress right dress at a normal interval (arm's length). Each succeeding element in front of them takes one, two, or three paces forward, halts and automatically executes dress right dress.
C. The first element stands fast and automatically executes dress right dress at a normal interval (arm’s length). Each succeeding element also stands fast and automatically executes dress right dress.
D. The last element stands fast. Each succeeding element in front of them takes one, two, or three paces forward and halts.
A. As the inspecting official approaches to within six paces of the right flank of the formation, the second element leader commands "Second Element, ATTENTION."
B. As the inspecting official gets six paces past the last person in the first element, the second element leader commands “Second Element, ATTENTION.”
C. As the inspecting official is within two paces of the right flank to the formation, the second element leader commands, “Second Element, ATTENTION.”
D. As soon as the inspecting official is facing the second element leader, he/she will give the command, “Second Element, ATTENTION.”
A. Upon departure of the inspecting official.
B. At the completion of the guardmount briefing.
C. Immediately after the forth rank has been inspected.
D. When the remarks of the inspecting official are completed.