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001. What is the purpose of a work order request number?
To provide a means to track work orders.
001. How does a customer certify that the work request is for government use only?
By signing the AF Form 833.
002. What information might be found in a work request log?
Work order #, Requesters name, Org, Phone #, Date received, description of work, and the data completed.
002. What are some of the advantages that computer-based work request logs offer?
It replaces handwritten work request log. Tracks total material used, calculated material cost, and account for manpower used.
003. Why is it so difficult to determine customer expectaions.
Often customers are unsure of what they really need.
003. Why is it important that standards be measured and tracked objectivley?
To ensure standards are being meet.
003. Although surveys and comment/feedback cards are generally considered valid methods to assess customer satisfaction, what are some of there drawbacks?
They are not always submitted.
003. What methods are available for determining customer satisfaction?
Coment/Feedback cards, Surveys, Talking with customers, Listening to complaints, and comparing with other org.
004. What are the methods you can use to clean graphic equipment?
Soap water and sometime special solvent.
004. Why must you arrange your equipment before and during drawing.
Systematic arrangement of tools is timesaving and efficent.
List two of the five rules for equipment care.
Have a place for each piece of equipment and leave it there, keep instruments clean.
005. What section of the MSDS tells you what to do in case of a chemical injury?
Toxicity and health.
005. What does the reactivity data section on the MSDS indicate?
What materials the product reacts with and how to stabalize them.
005. Why must you review the MSDS before you work with any new chemicals?
To be aware of the potential dangers.
005. What type of labels can be used on stationary containers?
A bin label that identifys the container.
005. What information does the Hazard Communication Standard require to be on chemical containers' labels?
A warning label listing the name of the chemicals and all appropriate warnings.
005. Why is it important to read the warning labels?
To know the potentail hazards, and how to protect yourself.
005. What are the effects of chemical irritants?
They cause illness or injury when when ever they come in contact with any part of your body.
005. What are the effects of sensitizer health hazards?
They cause allergic-like response in many people who are exsposed.
005. How are physical-exposer hazards created?
By chemicals that can cause explosion, fire, violent chemical reaction or in hazardous situations.
005. Where can you find information on exposure limits for an 8 hour day?
On the Material Safety Data Sheets. (MSDS)
005. What organization sets the limits for chemical exsposure limits?
OSHA
006. Why should drawing paper have good erasing qualityies?
So the surface of the paper will remain smooth and hard enough to be re drawn upon after an erasure.
006. upon what dimension does the Air Force base its paper dimension size? Why?
On the 8 1/2 x 11 Inch size. This dimension is used so that the larger sheets can be folded to fit into a filing cabnet.
006. How is the weight of paper determined?
By the pound weight of the ream (500 Sheets) of paper that measures 17 x 22 inches.
006. What is the difference between hot-pressed and cold-pressed board?
on the surface the cold pressed board has a textured surface.
006. What are the qualities of good tracing paper?
Good Trace paper is translucent. It may also have sufficent grain to take pencil or ink and a hard surface so the pencil will not groove it.
007. What are the three general categories of lead for a drawing pencil?
Hard, Medium, and Soft.
007. How would you classify the lead in a 3B pencil?
Soft
007. How can you use the smudging properties of some penicls to your advantage?
To produce Special Tonal Effects.
007. What are the three different pencil-point types?
Conical, Wedge, and elliptical or Screwdriver wedge.
007. Which pencil point do you use for general-purpose work and for lettering where a thin uniform line is required?
Conical
008. What feature of the Red Ruby eraser makes it an important piece of erasing equipment?
It will not destroy the surface of the paper if you use it properly.
008. What is the major disadvantage od using an electric eraser?
It is difficult to use without damaging the surface of the paper.
008. Describe an eraser shield.
A small plate of thin steal with holes of various shapes.used to remove unwanted lines while leaving other work untouched.
008. Where would you generaly use an art gum eraser?
To clean up a large area of art work.
008. In what situation would you not use an art gun eraser? Why?
To clean up soft lead penicl lines because the deep black lines cannot be erased with an art gum eraser.
008. What features make the kneaded eraser unique?
It can hold any shape, produces few eraser crumbs, picks up graphite dust, and tends to clean itself when kneaded.
009. What is the purpose of a pencil size X-acto Knives.
They are used to cut light weight materials such as paper tape and film.
009. Why is a dull blade a safety hazard?
It has the tendency to skip or jump over the surface rather than cutting through.
010. Name the hardware units involved in the computing process.
Imput, Processor, Output and Auxilary.
010. Describe at least four input units used for computing and state where data is placed.
Keyboard, mouse, Optical reader, Terminal, Disk Drive, Tape Drive, Magnetic Reader.
010. Name the part of the processing unit and explain their functions.
Main Memory - loaded w/ stored data, instructions and programs when powered central processing unit (CPU) contain electronic circuits that actually cause processing.
010. Name an output device.
A Printer or monitor.
010. What is a auxiliary storage?
It is used to store instructions and data when the data is not being used in main memory. it is slao the memory that is stored outside the processor unit and is not lost when th ecomputer is turned off.
010. Where do the computer's built in electronics reside?
On the mother board.
010. What does a CPU do?
It does the processing, understands the commands, runs the programs and makes the whole computer work.
010. What exactly is computer code?
A series of zeros and ones.
010. What is a Bit?
The basic unit for storing data in the computer.
010. What is a Byte?
It is usually 8 bits.

8 Bits = 1 Byte
010. how many single-spaced type written pages usually consume a megabyte (MB) of memory?
300 Pages
010. Name three types of RAM.
Conventional and upper memory
Extended Memory
Expanded Memory
010. How is conventional memory divided?
It is the first megabyte of memory and is divided into two sections conventional (640kb) upper memory (384kb).
010. How many using upper memory blocks aid you in memory management?
UMB's can store small programs and info, thus freeing up precious conventional memory.
010. What is extended memory?
Memory that has physical address greater than or equal to 1 megabyte.
010. Name the hardware units involved in the computing process.
Imput, Processor, Output and Auxilary.
010. Describe at least four input units used for computing and state where data is placed.
Keyboard, mouse, Optical reader, Terminal, Disk Drive, Tape Drive, Magnetic Reader.
010. Name the part of the processing unit and explain their functions.
Main Memory - loaded w/ stored data, instructions and programs when powered central processing unit (CPU) contain electronic circuits that actually cause processing.
010. Name an output device.
A Printer or monitor.
010. What is a auxiliary storage?
It is used to store instructions and data when the data is not being used in main memory. it is slao the memory that is stored outside the processor unit and is not lost when th ecomputer is turned off.
010. Where do the computer's built in electronics reside?
On the mother board.
010. What does a CPU do?
It does the processing, understands the commands, runs the programs and makes the whole computer work.
010. What exactly is computer code?
A series of zeros and ones.
010. What is a Bit?
The basic unit for storing data in the computer.
010. What is a Byte?
It is usually 8 bits.

8 Bits = 1 Byte
010. how many single-spaced type written pages usually consume a megabyte (MB) of memory?
300 Pages
010. Name three types of RAM.
Conventional and upper memory
Extended Memory
Expanded Memory
010. How is conventional memory divided?
It is the first megabyte of memory and is divided into two sections conventional (640kb) upper memory (384kb).
010. How many using upper memory blocks aid you in memory management?
UMB's can store small programs and info, thus freeing up precious conventional memory.
010. What is extended memory?
Memory that has physical address greater than or equal to 1 megabyte.
010. Name the hardware units involved in the computing process.
Imput, Processor, Output and Auxilary.
010. Describe at least four input units used for computing and state where data is placed.
Keyboard, mouse, Optical reader, Terminal, Disk Drive, Tape Drive, Magnetic Reader.
010. Name the part of the processing unit and explain their functions.
Main Memory - loaded w/ stored data, instructions and programs when powered central processing unit (CPU) contain electronic circuits that actually cause processing.
010. Name an output device.
A Printer or monitor.
010. What is a auxiliary storage?
It is used to store instructions and data when the data is not being used in main memory. it is slao the memory that is stored outside the processor unit and is not lost when th ecomputer is turned off.
010. Where do the computer's built in electronics reside?
On the mother board.
010. What does a CPU do?
It does the processing, understands the commands, runs the programs and makes the whole computer work.
010. What exactly is computer code?
A series of zeros and ones.
010. What is a Bit?
The basic unit for storing data in the computer.
010. What is a Byte?
It is usually 8 bits.

8 Bits = 1 Byte
010. how many single-spaced type written pages usually consume a megabyte (MB) of memory?
300 Pages
010. Name three types of RAM.
Conventional and upper memory
Extended Memory
Expanded Memory
010. How is conventional memory divided?
It is the first megabyte of memory and is divided into two sections conventional (640kb) upper memory (384kb).
010. How many using upper memory blocks aid you in memory management?
UMB's can store small programs and info, thus freeing up precious conventional memory.
010. What is extended memory?
Memory that has physical address greater than or equal to 1 megabyte.
010. Explain DOS-extended memory?
Tells the computer to switch back and forth between protected mode and real mode.
010. What is the difference between protected mode and real mode?
Protect mode allows the program to access its own memory but restricts it from accessing other programs moemory. real mode is the computers default operating mode.
010. How does extended-memory access time differ from extended-memory access time?
using expanded memory is slower due to memory managment limiting the amount of memory addressable.
010. Describe the function of a read-only memory (ROM) chip.
Stores programs permanently.
010. What is a bus function?
To transfer bits to and from memory, CPU, Output devices, and Input devices.
010. Explain the purpose of the system bus.
Provides the communicationbetween add-on cards/peripherals and the processor.
010. What is the relationship between the width of a bus path and the speed of a personal computer?
The wider the bus path, the more bits that can travel on it at a time.
010. What is the maximum amount of RAM an 8-, 16- and 32-bit computer card addresses?
8-bit = 64 KB
16-bit = 512KB
32-bit = 16MB
010. Where do expansion boards reside?
Attached to the expansion slots on the motherboard.
010. How do you tell the computer that an expansion board is present?
By installing the devices driver software for that board.
010. What purpose does the system clock serve?
To provide the timing pace for the computer's components
011. What is the purpose of a buffering system?
To synchronize the processing of the I/O operations and to provide an overlap of operations.
011. Describe how data is shifted through a buffer
Data is entered in to a buffer. When the info is needed, it is quickley transfered from the buffer to main memory.
011. What is the memory controller used for?
To reduce the amount of time the chip waits for system memory response.
011. Where is cache found?
Between the microprocessor and the system memory.
011. What impact does the cashe have on computer performance?
Impoves the access time between the processor and data it uses and needs.
011. Why is main memory not used for storage?
First, main memory is RAM; Second main memory is not large enough to store the instructions and data for all applications at one time.
011. How does the computer locate stored data on a floppy diskette?
A magnetic read/write head moves across the disk.
011. Name the device that reads and writs information on disks.
Read/Write Head
011. Name and describe two commonly used auxiliary storage units.
Floppy Disk, Hard Disk
011. How can you keep from accidentally deleting floppy disk files?
By using write protection tabs
011. Name at least two magnetic hazards to floppy diskettes.
Magnets, static electricity, monitors, and powercords.
011. Explain what could happen if you do not take proper precautions to Floppy disks.
Any magnetic field can alter these spots and cause data destruction
011. What is the only physical difference between the densities of a double-density and a high-density disk?
the magnnetic coating is more refined on the High density.
011. Does the floppy have greater storage capacity than a hard disk?
NO
011. State one advantage of using a floppy disk versus a hard disk.
Floppy disks can be taken anywhere.
011. Name two advantages of the hard disk compared to a floppy.
1) Larger storage capacity
2) Faster read/write speed
011. Is the hard disk composed of one or more big disk?
Hard disk consist of multiple platters, the exact number of platters varies from drive to drive.
011. How much memory may a compact disk hold?
More than 600 MB
011. What advantage does a hard drive have over the CD-ROM drive.
Quicker access to data and faster operations involving repeated file use.
011. What is the disadvantage in using RAM disks?
RAM is temporary, data must be moved and stored for future use.
011. How may a CD be written over?
Using a CD drives containing a laser that can both read and write.
011. How much storage is a tape capable of holding?
40 MB up to 5 GB
011. Why should you never open a power supply box?
I holds a large amount of voltage, which could cause injury.
011. What is the purpose of an uninterruptible power supply?
Stores power for continuous operation if the main power should fail.
011. What benifits do surge protectors provide office computers?
Provide mutliple sockets and protect the system from uneven voltage.
011. Explain the two types of information files.
1) Program Files
Stores list of commands used for performing operations
2) Data Files
Stores the information for the program to process.
011. What extension is used for program files?
EXE. / COM. / BAT.
011. What is a root directory?
The disk primary directory, any other directory is a divison of it.
011. Can a root directory ever be full?
The root direcxtory size is fixed.
011. How should you divide up memory space?
Subdirectories, however they are limited only to the amount of room on the disk.
011. What is the purpose of a file allocation table (FAT)?
Keep track of what parts of the disks are used.
011. What is meant by "disk full," and when could this ever happen to the root directory?
Occurs when all the available clusters on the disk are used, leaving no clusters to record new data.
011. When you copy a file, what data do you use for the newly copied file?
Each sector on the new file contains the same information as a sector of the old, including its date.
011. What condition must exist if an accidentally deleted file is to be recovered?
If the system hasn't reused the delted clusters for other files, and not to many other files have been recently deleted
011. What is the disadvantage in using RAM disks?
RAM is temporary, data must be moved and stored for future use.
011. How may a CD be written over?
Using a CD drives containing a laser that can both read and write.
011. How much storage is a tape capable of holding?
40 MB up to 5 GB
011. Why should you never open a power supply box?
I holds a large amount of voltage, which could cause injury.
011. What is the purpose of an uninterruptible power supply?
Stores power for continuous operation if the main power should fail.
011. What benifits do surge protectors provide office computers?
Provide mutliple sockets and protect the system from uneven voltage.
011. Explain the two types of information files.
1) Program Files
Stores list of commands used for performing operations
2) Data Files
Stores the information for the program to process.
011. What extension is used for program files?
EXE. / COM. / BAT.
011. What is a root directory?
The disk primary directory, any other directory is a divison of it.
011. Can a root directory ever be full?
The root direcxtory size is fixed.
011. How should you divide up memory space?
Subdirectories, however they are limited only to the amount of room on the disk.
011. What is the purpose of a file allocation table (FAT)?
Keep track of what parts of the disks are used.
011. What is meant by "disk full," and when could this ever happen to the root directory?
Occurs when all the available clusters on the disk are used, leaving no clusters to record new data.
011. When you copy a file, what data do you use for the newly copied file?
Each sector on the new file contains the same information as a sector of the old, including its date.
011. What condition must exist if an accidentally deleted file is to be recovered?
If the system hasn't reused the delted clusters for other files, and not to many other files have been recently deleted
011. Why would you want to file compressed?
Handy for storing programs you don't often use often or packing together a group of files for faster transmission over a modem.
011. When you format a diskette, what is the result if a sector doesn't read back correctly?
One bad piece of data causes the whole sector to be marked unusable.
012. What is a peripheral?
A device that is an attachment to the DOS.
012. Is a peripheral, part of the CPU?
It works in conjunction with a computer but is not part of it.
012. What controls the peripherals?
They can operate either under the control of the CPU or as separate, stand-alone devices.
012. How does a computer communicate with a peripheral device?
Through the use of standard input/output (I/O) ports.
012. What is the purpose of the input/output (I/O) controller?
It translates between the set of signials that the system bus uses to communicate and the signials that the port use to communicate.
012. What is the differtence between how parallel ports and serial ports send out data?
Parallel ports send out data an entire byte at a time and serial ports send data on ebit at a time.
012. What device name is used for parallel ports?
LPT1, LPT2, etc
012. Why should you avoid using lengthy connector cables of 10 feet or more on parallel ports?
the longer cable in creases the risk of crosstalk.
012. how manu serial ports do computers have?
Two ports
012. What device names are used for both serial ports?
Com 1 and Com 2
012. Describe the characteristics of a monochrome monitor.
The monitor usually displays white, green or amber characters on a black background.
012. How is an image formed on a monitor?
An image is an arrangement or pattern of pattern of pixels. Each pixel is controlled by a small portion of the computers RAM.
012. How is an image stored on a monitor.
Using binary code.
012. What is resolution?
Exspressed in the number of pixels that make up the image.
012. What is the minimum standard for most of today's software needs.
VGA
012. What offers the greatest resolution and is a graphic standard?
SVGA
012. What is the lowest end picture resolution model monitor?
EGA
012. What is the term for how often each pixel on a monitor is updated?
Refresh rate
012. Explain the purpose of using a RAM chip (buffer) in a printer.
Allows faster printing operations by allowing larger chunks of information for conversion to print.
012. How are laser-printer resolution and speed measured?
Dots per inch and pages per minute.
012. What is a mouse?
A small, light weight device that uses an electronically sensed ball to move the cursor.
012. What function does a mouse allow you to perform?
To free hand draw, use menus or quickley move text.
012. Explain the basic principle of how a modem works.
It takes an electonic signal from the computer and turns it in to an acustic wave form for transmittion over a telephone line.
012. If two different modems have a bit rates of 1,200 and 2,400, which one could transmit a 1,200-byte communication faster?
2,400 bit rate modem. Bit rate is how fast the bits are moving per second.
012. What action prevents computer hackers from entering your computer through a modem?
The computer will not answer the phone line unless you specifically set it up to do so.
013. In general. how are electronic files to be used?
Files are designed to be used for just one application and the set of programs associated with that application. Most files consist of text.
013. What type file is an unformatted text files?
ASCII Files.
013. What type of text files contains DOS commands?
A batch file.
011. Why would you want to file compressed?
Handy for storing programs you don't often use often or packing together a group of files for faster transmission over a modem.
011. When you format a diskette, what is the result if a sector doesn't read back correctly?
One bad piece of data causes the whole sector to be marked unusable.
012. What is a peripheral?
A device that is an attachment to the DOS.
012. Is a peripheral, part of the CPU?
It works in conjunction with a computer but is not part of it.
012. What controls the peripherals?
They can operate either under the control of the CPU or as separate, stand-alone devices.
012. How does a computer communicate with a peripheral device?
Through the use of standard input/output (I/O) ports.
012. What is the purpose of the input/output (I/O) controller?
It translates between the set of signials that the system bus uses to communicate and the signials that the port use to communicate.
012. What is the differtence between how parallel ports and serial ports send out data?
Parallel ports send out data an entire byte at a time and serial ports send data on ebit at a time.
012. What device name is used for parallel ports?
LPT1, LPT2, etc
012. Why should you avoid using lengthy connector cables of 10 feet or more on parallel ports?
the longer cable in creases the risk of crosstalk.
012. how manu serial ports do computers have?
Two ports
012. What device names are used for both serial ports?
Com 1 and Com 2
012. Describe the characteristics of a monochrome monitor.
The monitor usually displays white, green or amber characters on a black background.
012. How is an image formed on a monitor?
An image is an arrangement or pattern of pattern of pixels. Each pixel is controlled by a small portion of the computers RAM.
012. How is an image stored on a monitor.
Using binary code.
013. How are electrice files to be used?
They are designed for one application and the set of programs associated with that application mostly consisting of text.
013. What type file is an unformatted text file?
ASCII file
013. What type of text file contains DOS commands
Batch file
013. What is the major difference between data and information?
Data doesn't tell you anything by itself.
Information is data that has been organized.
014. Why are today's orgnaizations forced to seek more expediant techniques for communicating and processing data?
Because of explosive growth of paper-based exchanges and the amount of duplicated data.
014. What is electronic information transfer?
The transmission of data that has been transformed into a special code.
014. List the methods of tranferring information.
1. Copying from one disc to another.
2. E-mail
3. Networking
4. Database sharing
5. Scanning
6. Fasimile
014. What is the motivating reson for us to change from paper to electronic data?
Electronical business can slash the cost from 1/3 to 1/2.
014. Describe a local area network and its use.
Communication network linking together individual computers and equipment.
014. What is the minimum requirement for a LAN?
Indiependant exchange of info accross user applications and equipment functions.
014. What is a link?
A communication path between two stations.
014. When is a star network usually configured?
When a network will use a central station (hub)to control the system.
014. What does a "circuits busy" signal mean?
The requesting station has no curcuits available for connecting a sending station to a recieving station.
014. Explain the outcome of a central station failure for a star configured network.
If it goes down so does the network.
014. Explain how a ring network works.
Connected by point to point links to form an unbroken chain.
014. What is a token.
A bit pattern that allows exclusive use of a communication channel.
014. Explain how a bus network distributes messages.
They all broadcast out to all stations.
014. Why are bus networks resistant to station failures?
No one station is required to retransmit information to another.
014. Explain the role of a network driver.
It is software that allows the computers interface card to talk to the network hardware.
014. Why is the server called the heart of the LAN?
It holds the LAN management software, holds large application programs, is the brain of the e-mail system, and configures shared resources.
014. What is a bridge?
It's a device used to connect distinct identical network segments. It recgonizes packets addressed to users and forwards them over the link.
014. What is a router?
It maps the network topology and exchanging information on active nodes. It requires the network to use the same protocol.
014. What is a gateway?
A device used to connect dissimilar networks and performs protocol conversions.
014. What is twisted-pair cable?
Like telephone wire and was popular with pre-wired buildings.
014. What is coaxial cable?
Affordable and popular transmission medium used to support data transmission of over 100 MB per second.
014. What is fiber-optic cable?
Allows interactive viewing and the fastest transmission rate possible of over 100 MB per second.
014. Site two advantages of using fiber-optic cable for computer transmissions.
Very fast and very secure
015. What is the purpose of e-mail.
To provide the ability to communicate directly with other network users.
015. Name the benefit of using e-mail.
Faster mail service and lower cost on paper
015. Developes e-mail systems/follws AF protocol in planning e-mail systems.
MAJCOM
015. Trains users on operating e-mail, appoints e-mail administrators, provides for the protection of passwords.
Organizations
015. Ensures sytems have been approved for calssified use prior to use.
User
015. What determines the e-mail type?
The organization of e-mail
015. Organizational e-mail accounts
Usually includes letters messages and reports and also transmitted from one unit mail box to another units mail box and proper format and appropriate releasing authority must be used.
015. Individual e-mail accounts.
Sent between DOD personnel no specific format or structure is necessary.
015. When may e-mail be used?
Instead of telephone BITS USPS or faxes.
015. What must you do if you want to transmit a confidential e-mail message?
You must be secure and tempest-approved.
015. How are mail boxes identified?
last name, first name for individual mail boxes then using abreviated organization designation and functional address symbol.
015. Explain the signature-element formats used for organizational and individual e-mail.
An organizational e-mail must contain a complete signature, individual e-mail is not required.
015. What is the internet?
High speed data lines connecting over 20 million computers worldwide to thousands of networks and millions of servers.
015. State AF policy on using shareware or public domain software from bulliten boards.
There use is forbidden unless the software has been certified.
015. Explain how a virus works.
A virus is a program designed to replicate itself and insert the copy into other executable programs.
015. How may a virus come to your attention when you turn your computer on.
Eratic or abnormal computer function behavior.
015. How can you prevent a virus from entering office computers?
Allways use approved certified software.
016. What is the smallest individual unit of an image?
Pixel
016. What makes mutli-sync monitors more versitile and usefull.
You can change the resolution to see either the entire image or just one single part
016. What determins the number of pixels in a scanned image?
The number of phot-electric cells on a CCD and by the pixels per inch a scanner is able to capature.
016. What happens when you push a key on the keyboard.
A circuit is completed which sends a signal to the CPU and either causes an action or displays a character on the screen.
016. Name the 3 most common imput devices
Digitizer tablet, mouse, keyboard.
017. What type of software allows you to enter text and easily edit and move entire sections
Word processing software.
017. What is page layout software designed to do?
To make it easy to incorporate text, pictures, and graphics into a single document.
017. How does 3D software differ from illustration software?
3D software allows users to create a 2D image and the computer adds the 3rd dimension. illustration allows the creation of 2D drawlings only.
018. Name a networking benifit of using MAC operating system rather than a DOS based computer.
Networking capablitity is built into MAC machines, on DOS machines they must be purchased seperatly.
018. What assures continuity from machine to machine on MAC systems.
There is only one manufactor of MAC/APPLE.
018. What is one of the benifts of using a MAC over a DOS based computer?
Networking or connecting two or more computers.
019. On What matter does HQ USAF/SCMV set policy
Visual information documentation and COMCAM readiness program.
019. How do MAJCOM VI managers ensure VIDOC needs are met?
By including them in operations plan, concept plans, operations orders, and similar documents.
020. What makes up combat operation documentation?
The collection, distribution, and exploitation of aerial and ground still and motion images during deployment and employment of combat forces.
020. Who provides funding for COMCAM personnel?
AMC funds COMCAM personnel and equipment.
021. Name the four key uses of COMCAM imagery.
1) Operational decision making
2) operational reporting and communication
3) public affairs
4)Historical
021. After they meet local and theater needs, where do you send COMCAM images and by what means?
To the Pentagon DOD Joint Combat Camera Center by the fastest means possible, following the approval procedures that the on-scene and theater commanders set.
022. What are the major factors to consider in arranging supply requirements?
The location and length of the deployment.
022. What is the reason for having multiple monitors with the dubbing cell?
So that the tapes can be quickly quality checked.