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What is the primary purpose of an intelligence briefing?
Inform
What are the two military briefing styles?
Formal and informal
In which military briefing style is the presenter usually dressed in blues or service dress?
Formal
Which military briefing style is the uniform of the day an option?
Formal
Which military briefing does not normally allow for audience participation?
Formal
During peacetime, which type of briefing is the most likely to be presented by a 1N0?
Current intelligence briefing
Which briefing type is used to keep your commander, staff and aircrews informed and up-to-date on current events that may affect US military operations?
Situational briefings
What is the primary source material for a current intelligence briefing?
Air Force Publications
What is an excellent source material for presenting current intelligence briefings?
DISUM
What is the average time frame for a current intelligence briefing?
Less than 10 minutes
Prior to your unit's deployment to a war zone or for an exercise, what type of briefing would you provide your aircrews and staff?
Deployment briefing
Which document can be used to prepare most of your unit deployment briefing prior to the unit's deployment?
OPLAN
What type of briefing is presented soon after the deployment alert/warning order is issued?
Pre-deployment briefing
Which type of briefing is used to keep the commander, battle staff, and aircrews informed of the progress and developement of a crisis or hostilities?
Situation briefing
Which type of briefing is the final intelligence briefing received by your aircrews before takeoff?
Pre-mission briefing
What type of mission is one, which the aircraft is quickly regenerated for another mission, and is usually conducted while the aircrew remains in the cockpit?
Combat quick-turn
What type of briefing covers specific information on a system that could pose a threat to your aircrew in their assigned AOR?
Threat-of-the-day brief
What type of briefing would be conducted to cover a new SAM system within your AOR?
Threat-of-the-day brief
What type of briefing is normally conducted to your aircrews just before they depart to board their aircraft?
Step brief
What type of briefing is conducted to familiarize your aircrew members with their new AOR or area of operations?
Threat indoctrination brief
What is the primary purpose of an aircrew briefing?
To get information concerning the results of a completed mission
Who may ofter be the only source to key information such as new tactics, the appearance of new aircraft, or new enemy air units in a particular area?
Aircrew members
What can you accomplish to improve your aircrew's effectiveness in debriefing?
Ensure your pilots are trained in collection and reporting
What is the most valuable aid for conducting debriefings?
Checklists
Which of the following should be avoided during one of your aircrew debriefs?
Visible and audible distractions
Which of the following is not a debriefing topic?
a. Aircraft call sign
b. Mission number
c. Time over target
d. Aircraft maintenance problems
d. Aircraft maintenance problems
Which debriefing type is considered the toughest?
Quick-turn
Where can you look up operational brevity words?
AFTTP 3-1
What is the most important aspect of intelligence reporting?
Content
What element of intelligence reporting ensures your message serves its purpose at its destination?
Accuracy
What is the priority designator for a FLASH message?
ZZ
What is the priority designator for an IMMEDIATE message?
OO
Claims of enemy aircraft destroyed, damaged, or aborted must include ________?
the time, altitude, and place of attack
Which characteristics of surface-to-air missiles (SAM) are included in an intelligence report?
Type of missile, color of smoke tail, and electronic countermeasures
What is the most common type of intelligence report submitted at the unit level?
MISREP
At what message precendence is a MISREP normally sent out as?
Immediate
At what message precedence is an INTREP normally sent out as?
Immediate
Withing the Air Force, at what level is an INTREP normally prepared and sent out?
Any level
How many hours difference is there between production of INTSUMs?
12 hours
How many hours difference is there between production of a DISUM?
24 hours
What report is provided by an aircrew to provide immediate results of a combat sortie?
INFLTREP
What report is used to provide the National Military Command Center (NMCC) and appropriate commanders with immediate notification of any incident or event where national-level interest could be involved?
OPREP-3P
What is the formal Air Force process for developing training?
ISD
What type of aircrew training is used to develop the aircrews ability to identify enemy systems visually in order to distinguish them from friendly or neutral systems?
Recognition
Which AFI governs the objective of a threat recognition program?
AFI 14-103
What five areas do most units conduct aircrew capabilities training in?
IADS, air-to-air, surface-to-air, naval air defense and radar
Which of the following is not a component of an IADS system?
Naval AAA
What are the two categories of air defense system?
Territorial and Tactical
What is the most widely deployed and used air defense system?
AAA
What is the emphasis of FSU firing doctrine of AAA?
Burst fire
What is the short bursts of fire rate per barrel for AAA?
2 to 10 rounds
Light anti-aircraft artillery guns include what caliber of guns?
20-60 mm
What five areas do most units conduct aircrew capabilities training in?
IADS, air-to-air, surface-to-air, naval air defense and radar
What is the most controlled type of AAA fire which is aimed specifically at the aircraft?
Aimed fire
Which type of report does an aircrew produce?
INFLTREP
Which of the following is not a component of an IADS system?
Naval AAA
What are the two categories of air defense system?
Territorial and Tactical
What is the most widely deployed and used air defense system?
AAA
What is the emphasis of FSU firing doctrine of AAA?
Burst fire
What is the short bursts of fire rate per barrel for AAA?
2 to 10 rounds
Light anti-aircraft artillery guns include what caliber of guns?
20-60 mm
Which of the following is an objective of any given terrorist attack?
Attract attention to its cause
What is the most controlled type of AAA fire which is aimed specifically at the aircraft?
Aimed fire
What terrorism tactic is used to demonstrate how vulnerable society is to terrorist actions?
Sabotage
What is considered the terrorist tactic of choice?
Bombing
Which type of report does an aircrew produce?
INFLTREP
Which of the following is not an aircrew intelligence report?
a. MISREP
b. CIRVIS
c. DISUM
d. INFLTREP
c. DISUM
Which of the following is an objective of any given terrorist attack?
Attract attention to its cause
What agency has been designated the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA)as its office of primary responsibilities for DoD-wide CoC training and education measures?
USFJCOM
Which of the following do not have first priority in attending CoC training courses?
a. Aircrews who will soon be assigned to a combat zone
b. Peacetime aerial reconnaissance aircrews
c. Special operations missions
d. Intelligence Personnel
d. Intelligence Personnel
What terrorism tactic is used to demonstrate how vulnerable society is to terrorist actions?
Sabotage
What is considered the terrorist tactic of choice?
Bombing
Which of the following is not an aircrew intelligence report?
a. MISREP
b. CIRVIS
c. DISUM
d. INFLTREP
c. DISUM
What agency has been designated the Joint Personnel Recovery Agency (JPRA)as its office of primary responsibilities for DoD-wide CoC training and education measures?
USFJCOM
Which of the following do not have first priority in attending CoC training courses?
a. Aircrews who will soon be assigned to a combat zone
b. Peacetime aerial reconnaissance aircrews
c. Special operations missions
d. Intelligence Personnel
d. Intelligence Personnel
What command is responsible for Code of Conduct training for the military services?
USJFCOM
What document is used to facilitate CSAR recovery?
ISOPREP
What form is used to fill out an ISOPREP?
DD Fm 1833
When filled in, what is the classification of an ISOPREP card?
Confidential
How many copies of the ISOPREP card should your unit maintain?
Two
Item 14 of the ISOPREP requires a four-digit number. Which of the following is required for a four-digit number personal authenticator number?
a. The number should be public information.
b. The number should be easily remembered.
c. The number should be within an individual's personnel records.
d. The number should be part of the individual's social security number.
b. The number should be easily remembered
SAFEs are researched and selected by what organization?
DIA
What is the designated areas in hostile territory that provide a downed aircrew member a reasonable chance of avoiding capture, and being recovered?
SAFE
SAFEs are researched and selected based on all the factors except?
a. Terrain
b. Subsistence capability
c. Concealment advantages
d. Lines of communications
d. Lines of communications
A PAFE/DAR is selected by what organization?
Theater commander
What is a simple tool used by aircrews to study and prepare their EPA?
SAID
Which of the following items is an aircrew member not allowed to take with them on a mission?
SAID
What provides aircrews with an all-source analysis of factors that pertain to avoiding capture, surviving, and being recovered within a given area?
SAID
By what means does an aircrew relay their after-isolation intentions to recovery forces?
EPA
EPAs are classified to what level?
Equal to the mission-tasking directive
Who maintains EPAs?
Unit level
What is the critical document a pilot creates prior to a combat mission for success recovery planning?
EPA
What is the action of staying alive in austere conditions with limited resources?
Survival
What is the process whereby individuals isolated in hostile or unfriendly territory avoid capture with the goal of successfully returning to areas under friendly control?
Evasion
What is the return of evaders to friendly control, either with or without assistance?
Recovery
What is a small sheet of material with an imprinted American flag, a statement in English and in sever languages that are spoken by the populace in the AOR?
Blood Chit
What are two types of recovery operations?
Conventional and Unconventional
Which type of recovery operation utilizes guerrilla forces to assist pilots?
Unconventional
Whose objective is to effectively employ all available resources to recover distressed personnel in a wartime or contingency enviroment?
CSAR
Who is the Air Force lead agent for CSAR?
ACC
What is a nations primary goal when taking American POWs?
To derive propaganda from the exploitation of POWs
Who should take charge of POWs within a POW camp?
Senior Officer (excluding doctors, lawyers, and Chaplains)
Which of the following is not an exploitation technique used to obtain statements from POWs?
a. Bribes
b. Isolation
c. Degredation
d. Physical Abuse
a. Bribes
What interrogation method is the most effective?
Friendly
What is the highest form of resistance?
Escape
What is the US Army's primary main battle tank?
M-1 Abrams
What is the Israeli Army's newest and main battle tank?
Merkava 4
What is the first US fighting vehicle used for mounting mechanized operations?
M-2 Bradley
What is the first new military vehicle to enter service into the Army since the Abrams tank in the 1980's?
Stryker
What British amphibious armored ATV consists of two tracked vehicle units?
Viking
What is the US Army's newest multiple rocket launcher system?
HIMARS
What is the US Army's largest self-propelled artillery howitzer in its inventory?
M-110A2
What is replacing the US Army's AH-1 Cobra as its primary attack helicopter?
AH-64 Apache
What is the US Army's only medium cargo lift helicopter with rear-load capability?
CH-47 Chinook
What is the US Army's long range, all-weather, all-altitude surface-to-air missile to counter cruise missiles, tactical ballistic missiles and aircraft?
Patriot
What air defense system is in service with the British Army and Royal Air Force and is their primary air defense system?
Rapier
What aircraft is the selected replacement aircraft for the F-15 Eagle for air superiority?
F-22 Raptor
What is the US Air Force's primary air superiority fighter?
F-15 Eagle
What is the US Air Force's first aircraft specially designed for close air support mission?
A-10 Warthog
What is the USAF's first operational aircraft designed to exploit low-observable stealth technology?
F-117A Nighthawk
What has been the backbone of the strategic bomber force for the USAF?
B-52 Stratofortress
What is the USN and USMC's primary all-weather fighter and attack aircraft?
FA-18 Hornet
What is considered the largest warship in the world?
Nimitz class aircraft carriers
Which of the following is a mission of an aircraft carrier?
Forward presence
Which of the following warships is the fast warships providing multi-mission offensive and defensive capabilities?
a. Nimitz class aircraft carriers
b. Ticonderoga class guided missile cruisers
c. Arleigh Burke class destroyers
d. Los Angeles class attack submarines
c. Arleigh Burke class destroyers
What type of bombs are free fall ordnance or sometimes referred to as dumb or gravity bombs?
General purpose bombs
A Mk82 is a ______ pound general-purpose bomb.
500
What general purpose bomb is used primarily by the USN and USMC?
Mk 83
What is a GPS (Global Position Satellite) guided 21,500 lb bomb?
MOAB
What munitions employ trajectory-altering guidance units to improve the probablity of a hit on or near the aimpoint?
Precision guided munitions
What laser guided munition utilizes a Mk 84 general purpose bomb and a Paveway guidance system?
GBU-10
What laser guided munition is a 5000 lb special weapon developed for penetrating hardened command centers located deep underground using a BLU-113 warhead?
GBU-28
What is a precision-guided weapons using GPS aided INS guidance kits to convert standard Mk-82, Mk-83, Mk-84, BLU-109, and BLU-110 bomb bodies, with appropriate fuzes, to accurate guided munitions?
JDAM
What unpowered guided weapon using the INS/GPS and is capable of day/night and adverse weather operations?
AGM-154
What is a precision cruise missile designated for launch from outside area defenses to kill hard, medium-hardened, soft, and area type targets?
JASSM
What has been the backbone of the strategic bomber force for the USAF?
B-52 Stratofortress
What is the USN and USMC's primary all-weather fighter and attack aircraft?
FA-18 Hornet
What is considered the largest warship in the world?
Nimitz class aircraft carriers
Which of the following is a mission of an aircraft carrier?
Forward presence
Which of the following warships is the fast warships providing multi-mission offensive and defensive capabilities?
a. Nimitz class aircraft carriers
b. Ticonderoga class guided missile cruisers
c. Arleigh Burke class destroyers
d. Los Angeles class attack submarines
c. Arleigh Burke class destroyers
What type of bombs are free fall ordnance or sometimes referred to as dumb or gravity bombs?
General purpose bombs
A Mk82 is a ______ pound general-purpose bomb.
500
What general purpose bomb is used primarily by the USN and USMC?
Mk 83
What is a GPS (Global Position Satellite) guided 21,500 lb bomb?
MOAB
What munitions employ trajectory-altering guidance units to improve the probablity of a hit on or near the aimpoint?
Precision guided munitions
What laser guided munition utilizes a Mk 84 general purpose bomb and a Paveway guidance system?
GBU-10
What laser guided munition is a 5000 lb special weapon developed for penetrating hardened command centers located deep underground using a BLU-113 warhead?
GBU-28
What is a precision-guided weapons using GPS aided INS guidance kits to convert standard Mk-82, Mk-83, Mk-84, BLU-109, and BLU-110 bomb bodies, with appropriate fuzes, to accurate guided munitions?
JDAM
What unpowered guided weapon using the INS/GPS and is capable of day/night and adverse weather operations?
AGM-154
What is a precision cruise missile designated for launch from outside area defenses to kill hard, medium-hardened, soft, and area type targets?
JASSM
What cluster munition is a special-purpose munition that uses the BLU-114B submunitions for attacking electrical power infrastructure?
CBU-94
What cluster munition utilizes a 1,000-pound class weapon containing sensor-fuzed submunitions for attacking armor?
CBU-97
What US AAM is a 200 pound supersonic, heat-seeking, air-to-air missile?
AIM-9 Sidewinder
What US AAM is a medium range all-weather "fire-and-forget" weapon?
AIM-120 AMRAAM
Which of the following nations is known to hold chemical weapons?
a. Syria
b. Israel
c. North Korea
d. People's Republic of China
a. Syria
Which of the following nations is suspected of possessing chemical weapons?
a. North Korea
b. Russia
c. France
d. Syria
a. North Korea
What is defined by the US intelligence community as the intentional use of disease-causing organisms (pathogens), toxins, or other agents to incapacitate, injure, or kill humans and animals; to destroy crops; to weaken resistance to attack; and to reduce the will to fight?
Biological warfare
Which of the following is not one of the principal physical effects of nuclear weapons?
a. Blast
b. Pathogens
c. Nuclear radiation
d. Thermal radiation
b. Pathogens
What method is most widely used to teach aircraft recognition?
Total form concept
What are small stabilizer appendages forward of the wing that provide increased stability to the aircraft?
canards
Which of the following is not a WEFT feature?
Exhaust
When identifying helicopters, the main rotor is a key indentification feature. What is the first thing you look for?
Number of blades
What is the extreme foremost part of the ship's hull; that portion which cuts the water?
Bow
Which of the following is not a recognition feature of a ship?
Stern
What recognition feature of tanks is recognized from the air?
Rectangular shape
What is the most important feature for identification of a specific type of tank?
Turret
The primary identification features of self-propelled guns are the same as those for tanks, with one major exception?
Most self-propelled guns have a fixed superstructure
Intelligence is given to the President and his designated representatives; the earliest possible warning of, and a continuing judgment on, the intentions of any foreign power to engage in aggressive action against the United States, through the use of conventional force or unconventional means. What is this called?
Warning
There are how many phases of crisis action system?
6
What is a forecast of probable attack or a forecast that enemy-initiated hostilities may be imminent?
Strategic warning
What is a forcast of increasing tensions between two or more countries that raise the possibility that deterrence could fail without intervention?
Political warning
Which of the following is not a phase for intelligence scenaio requirements?
Execution
What is a generalized, theoretical action that an enemy might be expected to take in preparation for an aggressive act?
Indicator