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How many security classifications does the Navy use to identify classified material?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
Which of the following security classifications is used for information or material that requires the highest degree of protection?
1. Top Secret
2. Secret
3. Confidential
4. For Official Use Only
1. Top Secret
Having a security clearance automatically grants you access to classified material.
1. True
2. False
2. False
To get a security clearance, you must be a United States citizen.
1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following infractions will cause a Sailor’s CO to report that infraction to DON CAF?
1. Criminal conduct
2. General inaptitude
3. Noncompliance with security requirements
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Classified material is assigned a security classification for which of the following reasons?
1. To ensure personnel are aware of the
classified nature of the material
2. To ensure the material receives the degree of protection required
3. To assist in extracting, paraphrasing,downgrading, and declassifying actions
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
If a publication contains unclassified, FOUO, Confidential, Secret, and Top Secret information, what security classification is assigned?
1. Top Secret
2. Secret
3. Confidential
4. For Official Use Only
1. Top Secret
If you need to find the rules for transmitting classified material, you should refer to what SECNAV instruction?
1. 5510.36
2. 5510.30A
3. 5510.3
4. 5510.3A
1. 5510.36
Classified information is not transmitted over the telephone except when authorized on approved, secure communications circuits.
1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following is a concern of ADP security?
1. Hardware
2. Software
3. Admin procedures
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What term defines classified material that is lost, stolen, captured, salvaged, or seen by unauthorized personnel?
1. Secure
2. Abandoned
3. Compromised
3. Compromised
What type of communications is one of the least secure communications system?
1. Registered U.S. mail
2. Telephone
3. U.S. mail
4. Courier Service
2. Telephone
What action, if any, should you take if you suspect someone you know is compromising classified material?
1. Confront the individual
2. Report it to the command security officer
3. Report it to your CO through the chain of command
4. None
3. Report it to your CO through the chain of command
Terrorists try to force governments or societies to take certain actions for political, religious, or ideological purposes.
1. True
2. False
1. True
The greatest publicity is given to which of the following terrorism methods?
1. Taking hostages
2. Bombing
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Sabotage
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following threat conditions affords the highest degree of readiness?
1. ALPHA
2. BRAVO
3. CHARLIE
4. DELTA
4. DELTA
The Status of Forces Agreement covers which of the following topics?
1. Taxes
2. Criminal jurisdiction
3. Passport requirements
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
In what year did the Geneva Convention
establish certain rights for prisoners of war?
1. 1948
2. 1949
3. 1950
4. 1951
2. 1949
The Law of Armed Conflict prohibits which of the following techniques or tactics?
1. Rape
2. Pillage
3. Plunder
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
The Geneva Convention recognizes a
prisoner’s right to try to escape. Which of the following disciplinary actions may be taken when a prisoner is caught in an escape attempt?
1. Stoppage of extra privileges
2. Confinement
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Torture
3. Both 1 and 2 above
List the security classifications.
a. Top Secret
b. Secret
c. Confidential
What does FOUO stand for?
FOUO means For Official Use Only.
Who is authorized to initiate a request for a security clearance and background investigation?
Commanding officers are authorized to initiate a request for a security clearance and background investigation.
A background investigation is required for what levels of security clearances?
A background investigation is required for Top Secret and Secret clearances.
What does a letter in parentheses, such as (S),after a publication title tell you about the publication?
A letter in parentheses, such as (S), after a publication title tells you the classification of that publication.
How are classified material such as videotapes,cassettes, and computer disks marked?
Classified material, such as videotapes, cassettes, and computer disks, are marked by tags, stickers, decals, and so on.
A publication contains Confidential material,except for one paragraph that contains Top Secret material.Howis this publication marked?
Publications carry the security marking of the highest level of material contained in the
publication; therefore, this publication is marked Top Secret.
What type of area is used to keep classified material?
Security areas are used to keep classified material.
What type of material is safeguarded through ADP Security?
ADP security is used to safeguard data
processing equipment (computers) including hardware, software, administrative and operating procedures, communications, and
personnel and spaces.
You are making your rounds as a roving security patrol and discover that the door to the radio room is unlocked and the room unattended. What action should you take?
If you find an unattended room with an open and unlocked security container, you should contact the senior duty officer to report a security
violation. Then, stand guard over the space until the duty officer arrives.
The least secure system of communication should never be used to discuss classified material. What is the least secure communications means and why should it never be used to discuss classified material?
The least secure communications means is the telephone. Never use telephones to discuss classified material because they can be physically and electronically wiretapped.
You are on leave away from your command. You meet someone who starts asking questions about your command and its mission. What should you do?
If you meet someone who starts asking questions about your command and its mission, you should report the incident to the nearest military
activity.
Where is the likely spot for a terrorist bombing to
occur?
Terrorists are likely to bomb places of business that serve a high volume of people such as airports, nightclubs, and restaurants.
What form is used to record bomb threats received over the phone?
To report a bomb threat made over the telephone, use Telephonic Threat Complaint, OPNAV Form 5527/8.
If you receive a bomb threat over the phone, what should you do?
If you receive a bomb threat over the phone, you should—
a. Keep the caller on the line and get as much information as possible.
b. record in writing the caller’s conversation.
c. Ask caller where’s the bomb, what type of bomb, time of detonation, and what it looks like.
d. Try to determine sex, age, attitude of caller, and accents or speech impediments; try to remember background noises.
What is the main purpose of the SOFA?
The main purpose of the SOFA is to define the status of military personnel of one country stationed in a territory of another.
What document dictates the treatment ofPOWs?
The treatment of POWs is covered by the
Geneva Convention.
What is the purpose of the Law of Armed
Conflict?
The purpose of the Law of Armed Conflict is to govern the conduct of military personnel engaged in fighting.
WHO sets and publishes the minimum standards for storing classified materials
• The General Service Agency (GSA) sets and publishes the minimum standards for storing classified materials
HOW ARE CLASSIFIED MATERIAL MARKED
• Classified documents are marked on the face and back cover and top and bottom center to show the highest classification level of the information they contain.
How will the classification level stamp look
• Classification level is always stamped in capital letters larger than the type that is used in the text.
• Some of the topics covered by SOFA are
- Freedom of troop movements within the host country
- Passport requirements
- Criminal jurisdiction
- Taxes
- Imposition of customs duties
- Regulations covering driver’s license
- Exchange privileges
• Under SOFA you are only immune from jurisdiction from the local government as long as you
stay aboard or go ashore on official business only
• The equal right of jurisdiction is called
called concurrent jurisdiction
• Under the Geneva Convention punishment is prohibited for refusing to answer questions TRUE OR FALSE
TRUE