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The neckerchief is made from which of the following materials?
1. Black silk
2. Black acetate
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Black cotton
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What kind of knot is used to tie a neckerchief?
1. Granny knot
2. Square knot
3. Sheep shank
4. Bowline
2. Square knot
What material is used to make
government-issue dress blue jumpers
and trousers?
1. Navy twill
2. Wool serge
3. Nylon
4. Rayon
2. Wool serge
What material is used to make government issue
dress white jumpers and trousers?
1. Navy twill
2. Wool serge
3. Nylon
4. Rayon
1. Navy twill
Which of the following uniforms is/are
considered working uniforms?
1. Dungarees
2. Winter blues
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Navy twill
3. Both 1 and 2 above
When large medals are prescribed for wear with the dress blue uniform, the uniform is known as
1. mess dress
2. full dress
3. field dress
4. service dress
2. full dress
Which of the following uniforms is/are
considered the working uniforms for female Sailors?
1. Belted blue slacks and blue winter shirt
2. Belted blue skirt and blue winter shirt
3. Dungarees
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Enlisted Sailors, E-6 and below, are authorized to wear command or Navy ball caps with what type of uniform?
1. Dungaree
2. Navy twill
3. Wool serge
means?
1. Dungaree
Where can you find information on what
is the prescribed uniform of the day?
1. Plan of the Day (POD) only
2. Plan of the Week (POW) only
3. POD or POW
4. Pass down log
sleeve of jumpers and white summer shirts
3. POD or POW
Division officers are required to inspect the uniforms of nonrated personnel at regular intervals for what reason?
1. As a part of PQS
2. To justify clothing allowance
3. To see if enlisted personnel know
what uniforms are prescribed
4. To make sure that each person has
the prescribed uniform
4. To make sure that each person has
the prescribed uniform
Which of the following information is
marked on uniforms?
1. Name
2. Social security number
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Rank
3. Both 1 and 2 above
What is the largest size stencil authorized for marking clothing?
1. 1/2 inch
2. 1 inch
3. 1 1/2 inches
4. 2 inches
2. 1 inch
The transfer or exchange of enlisted personnel uniform items must be authorized by which of
the following persons?
1. Chief master-at-arms
2. Division officer
3. Executive officer
4. Commanding officer
4. Commanding officer
Military personnel may wear authorized
military uniform articles of clothing with civilian clothing including shoes, gloves and the knit watch cap.
1. True
2. False
1. True
Occupational groups are identified by what means?
1. A group mark, which is worn on all
uniforms
2. A rate mark, which is worn on the left sleeve of jumpers and white summer shirts
3. A group mark, which is worn on the left sleeve of jumpers and white summer shirts
4. A rate mark, which is worn on all uniforms
3. A group mark, which is worn on the left sleeve of jumpers and white summer shirts
What is a striker mark?
1. A specialty designator for seamen only
2. A rating badge for emergencies
3. A specialty mark of a particular rating, worn by personnel in paygrades E-1, E-2, and E-3 who have qualified for the rating
4. A specific date for the air community
3. A specialty mark of a particular rating, worn by personnel in paygrades E-1, E-2, and E-3 who have qualified for the rating
How many years of service must a person complete to be eligible to wear one service stripe (hash mark)?
1. 5
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
4. 4
How many years of continuous good conduct are required before a person becomes eligible to wear gold service stripes?
1. 12
2. 10
3. 8
4. 6
1. 12
How can you determine whether an officer is a line officer or a staff corps officer?
1. By title on the name tag
2. A star is worn on the sleeve or shoulder board of the line officer
3. By the collar devices
4. A designator stripe for the rank
that may be worn in each row?
2. A star is worn on the sleeve or shoulder board of the line officer
What insignia is worn by officers and enlisted personnel who have qualified in all phases of surface warfare?
1. Surface warfare
2. Submarine warfare
3. Aviation warfare
4. Special warfare
1. Surface warfare
48. What insignia is worn by personnel who have qualified to serve in submarines?
1. Surface warfare
2. Submarine warfare
3. Aviation warfare
4. Special warfare
2. Submarine warfare
What insignia is worn by personnel
qualified to serve in flight?
1. Surface warfare
2. Submarine warfare
3. Aviation warfare
4. Special warfare
reporting
3. Aviation warfare
There are how many broad categories
of awards?
1. Four
2. Five
3. Six
4. Seven
4. Seven
In what year was the Purple Heart founded by President Washington?
1. 1776
2. 1780
3. 1782
4. 1786
3. 1782
Which of the following is an example
of a campaign or a service award?
1. Medical Scientific Societies
2. Silver Life Saving Medal
3. Good Conduct Medal
4. Navy “E”
3. Good Conduct Medal
What is the maximum number of ribbons
that may be worn in each row?
1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
What means of identification must you
carry with you at all times?
1. Driver’s license
2. Armed forces identification card
3. Liberty card
4. Copy of present set of orders
2. Armed forces identification card
Under which of the following circumstances may you surrender (give up) your ID card?
1. To show a change in rank
2. To correct an error
3. To effect a name change
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Which of the following is the purpose of the armed forces ID card under article 17 of the Geneva Convention?
1. As a means of identification and casualty reporting
2. As a means of grave registration for
members who die in a combat zone
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. As a means of identification for POWs
4. As a means of identification for POWs
While on active duty, you must wear your ID tags under which of the following conditions?
1. In time of war
2. When engaged in flight operations
3. When prescribed by the CNO
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What type of information is found on ID tags?
1. Last name, first name, and middle initial
2. SSN, blood type, and Rh factor
3. Religious preference
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
According to grooming standards for men,how many rings per hand may be worn ?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. As many as they wish
1. One
According to grooming standards for women,what is the maximum length of fingernails (as measured from the tip of the finger)?
1. 1 inch
2. 1/2 inch
3. 3/4 inch
4. 1/4 inch
4. 1/4 inch
Enlisted women, E-6 and below, are
authorized to wear ball-type earrings
of what (a) size and (b) what color?
1. (a) 6mm (b) gold
2. (a) 6mm (b) silver
3. (a) 5mm (b) gold
4. (a) 5mm (b) silver
2. (a) 6mm (b) silver
When personnel are in ranks, the chest of one person and the back of the person ahead should be what distance apart?
1. 20 inches
2. 30 inches
3. 40 inches
4. 50 inches
3. 40 inches
A pace consists of a full step of what length for (a) men and (b) women?
1. (a) 18 inches (b) 16 inches
2. (a) 24 inches (b) 18 inches
3. (a) 30 inches (b) 24 inches
4. (a) 36 inches (b) 30 inches
3. (a) 30 inches (b) 24 inches
Which of the following drill positions is the basic military position?
1. Rest
2. At ease
3. Attention
4. Parade rest
3. Attention
Talk is permitted when you are in which
of the following formation positions?
1. Rest
2. Parade rest
3. At ease
1. Rest
How many movements are used to perform
the ABOUT FACE command?
1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
When executing the command FALL IN, the
squad forms in line on which of the following persons?
1. Instructor
2. Squad leader
3. Standard bearer
4. Company commander
2. Squad leader
Personnel in formation align themselves
with which of the following persons?
1. Guide
2. Leader
3. Each other
4. Formation director
3. Each other
After the command DRESS RIGHT DRESS,
a formation returns to the attention position on which of the following commands?
1. Cover
2. Extend
3. Attention
4. Ready, on the word FRONT
4. Ready, on the word FRONT
When the command CLOSE RANKS is
given to members in formation, the fourth rank moves how many paces forward?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
The US Navy Uniform Regulations NAVPERS 15665 provides
the basic naval uniform policy.
• Active duty personnel are required to have how many fire retardant dungaree shirts and slacks in their seabag
•4
Rating
Rate
Rank
Rating is the job or occupation i.e BM, IT, DC, OS
Rate is the paygrade of the person i.e. 3rd class, 2nd class
Rank is used to identify officer's pay grade.
There are 7 broad categories of awards
1. Military decorations: given for specific personal act of gallantry or meritorious service, i.e. Purple Heart, Navy Cross, Medal of Honor
2. Unit awards: presented to an operating unit only to members of that unit that participated in the cited action, i.e., Navy “E”.
3. Nonmilitary decorations: decorations are awarded for various actions by an individual, i.e, Gold and Life Saving Medals, Presidential Medal of Freedom
4. Campaign and Service awards: given to personnel who have participated in designated wars, campaigns or fulfilled creditable, specific service requirements. i.e., POW medal, Good Conduct, Antarctica Service Medal.
5. Foreign decorations and non-U.S. service awards: the awards that may be worn are listed in the U.S. Navy Uniform Regs. NAVPERS 156650.
6. Marksmanship Awards: awards for pistol or rifle on a qualifying course.
7. Awards of Military societies and other organizations: are awarded from military societies and other organizations. i.e., Regular Army and Navy Union, Naval Reserve Association and the Moreell Medal
• Ribbons are worn
worn ¼ inch above the left breast pocket. Each row may have no more than 3 ribbons. Persons possessing 4 or more ribbons can wear a minimum of 3 of the most senior ribbons.
• The Purple Heart
is the oldest military decoration in the world that it still in use. It is the first, and of course the oldest US Military decoration. Founded by George Washington in 1782 (seven years before he was president), it was initially created as the Badge of Military Merit for enlisted and non-commissioned officers who served in the Revolutionary War. Only three people were recorded to have been awarded the original Purple Heart. It was discontinued untill 1932 (George Washington's 200th birthday). Under president FDR, The Purple Heart was changed to be awarded to members of the US Armed Forces wounded or killed in action..
• Dog Tags
: approximately 2 inches by 1 1/8 inches, with a 25 inch necklace.
What is the length of the dress blue jumper for men?
The men’s dress blue jumper should hang
straight and cover all but the lowest button of the 13-button front of the trouser.
What uniform should enlisted women E-1
through E-6 wear with the black silk
neckerchief?
Enlistedwomen E-1 through E-6 wear the dress white jumper with the black silk neckerchief.
When wearing a peacoat over a dress blue jumper uniform, the uniform collar shouldbe—
When the peacoat is worn over the dress blue jumper, the uniform’s collar is worn inside the
outergarment (peacoat).
When added to a service dress white uniform, what uniform component makes the service dress white uniform a full dress uniform?
When large medals are worn with a service dress white uniform, the uniform is considered a full dress uniform.
Men and women stencil what uniform the same way?
Both men and women Sailors stencil the dress white jumper in the same way.
To be eligible to wear a service stripe, you must have served 4 full years of active or Reserve service in what branch of the U.S. Armed Forces?
To be eligible to wear a service stripe, you must have served 4 full years of active or reserve service in any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.
A naval officer is wearing one silver star insignia on the uniform collar. What rank does this insignia show?
A rear admiral (lower half) wears one silver star metal grade insignia on the uniform collar.
When worn as a sleeve insignia, what device designates the officer as a line officer?
A line officer wears a five-pointed gold star on the sleeve insignia.
What kind of special insignia is worn on the breast by personnel qualified in underwater and beach reconnaissance and demolition?
Personnel qualified in underwater and beach reconnaissance and demolition wear the Special Warfare insignia.
If a person has four or more ribbons, what is the minimum number of medals that can be worn on the uniform?
must wear three on the uniform.
List four examples of military decorations.
a. Medal of Honor
b. Navy Cross
c. Distinguished Service Medal
d. Purple Heart
List two types of nonmilitary decorations.
a. Presidential Medal of Freedom
b. Gold and Silver Life Saving Medals
c. National Sciences Medal
When wearing medals or ribbons on a uniform, what is their order of precedence?
The person wears the medals from top to bottom inboard to outboard, within rows.
While in uniform, how many (a) wristwatches and (b) bracelets can be worn?
While in uniform, you may wear—
a. One wristwatch
b. One bracelet
To what Navy publication should you refer for further explanation of grooming standards?
To find an explanation of grooming standards, you should refer to the U.S. Navy Uniform Regulations Manual.
List three reasons for military formations.
a. To move a large number of personnel from one place to another in an orderly fashion.
b. To make personnel alert and to pay
attention to information or instructions being put out.
c. To teach a group of individuals to act as a team.
What is the meaning of the term rank or line with reference to military formations?
With reference to military formations rank or line is a formation of elements or persons abreast of each other or side by side.
When in a formation, what are the four
commands for rest?
a. Parade rest
b. At ease
c. Rest
d. Fall out
What command tells you to smartly turn your head 45° to the right?
The command given to turn your head 45° to the right is Eyes RIGHT.