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38 Cards in this Set

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You may salute with your left hand when
which of the following situations occurs?
When in complete uniform and
your right hand is injured
Salutes are rendered to all officers of the U.S.
and foreign armed services. Officers belonging
to which of the following organizations are
also entitled to salutes?
2. National Oceanic and Atmospheric
3. Public Health Service
While standing a sentry box, you are
approached by an officer. What type
of rifle salute should you render?
Present arms
The term honors is defined by which of the
following statements?
Salutes rendered by a ship, unit, post,
station, or an individual to high-ranking
individuals, other ships, or nations
Passing honors for ships are exchanged when
ships pass within what distance?
600 yards
Passing honors for boats are exchanged
when boats pass within what distance?
400 yards
Your ship is about to render honors to another
ship passing close aboard to starboard. In what
order are the appropriate whistle signals
One blast, one blast, two blasts, three
A crew is paraded at quarters on which of the
following occasions?
1. When the ship is entering a U.S. port for
an operational visit
2. When the ship is returning from an
extended deployment
3. When the ship is entering home port from
a local operation
Gun salutes are normally fired at what time
5 seconds
Which of the following phrases defines
the term ceremony?
1. A regular, expected action
2. A way of acting
3. A formal act performed on a public
Aboard ship, how many minutes before
morning and evening colors is the PREP
pennant hoisted?
5 minutes
On Navy ships not under way, where is
the union jack displayed?
The jack staff on the bow
A commissioning or command pennant is
half-masted only under which, if any, of
the following conditions?
When the commanding officer or unit
commander dies
The national ensign is hoisted and lowered
in which of the following ways?
Hoisted smartly, lowered ceremoniously
When the national anthem is being played,
Sailors in a boat must adhere to which of the
following rules?
Only the boat officer (or, if absent, the
coxswain) salutes; all others remain seated
at attention
An enlisted person and two officers are about
to board a boat. Which of the following
procedures should the enlisted person follow
in entering the boat?
Board first and sit forward, leaving room
aft for the officers
The neckerchief is made from which of the
following materials?
1. Black silk
2. Black acetate
What material is used to make governmentissue
dress white jumpers and trousers?
Wool serge
Which of the following uniforms is/are
considered working uniforms?
1. Dungarees
2. Winter blues
Which of the following uniforms is/are
considered the working uniforms for female
1. Belted blue slacks and blue winter shirt
2. Belted blue skirt and blue winter shirt
3. Dungarees
Which of the following information is
marked on uniforms?
1. Name
2. Social security number
What is the largest size stencil authorized
for marking clothing?
1/2 inch
Occupational groups are identified by what
A rate mark, which is worn on the left
sleeve of jumpers and white summer shirts
What is a striker mark?
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 can you determine whether an officer
is a line officer or a staff corps officer?
A star is worn on the sleeve or shoulder
board of the line officer
There are how many broad categories
of awards?
In what year was the Purple Heart founded
by President Washington?
Which of the following is an example
of a campaign or a service award?
Good Conduct Medal
What is the maximum number of ribbons
that may be worn in each row?
What means of identification must you
carry with you at all times?
Armed forces identification card
Which of the following is the purpose of the
armed forces ID card under article 17 of the
Geneva Convention?
As a means of identification for POWs
According to grooming standards for women,
what is the maximum length of fingernails
(as measured from the tip of the finger)?
1/4 inch
When personnel are in ranks, the chest of
one person and the back of the person ahead
should be what distance apart?
40 inches
A pace consists of a full step of what length
for (a) men and (b) women?
(a) 30 inches (b) 24 inches
Talk is permitted when you are in which
of the following formation positions?
How many movements are used to perform
the ABOUT FACE command?
When executing the command FALL IN, the
squad forms in line on which of the following
Squad leader
Personnel in formation align themselves
with which of the following persons?
Each other