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Which of the following are weapons of mass
destruction?
1. Chemical weapons
2. Biological agents
3. Nuclear weapons
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following warfare agents are
used to kill or disable personnel by affecting
their blood, nerves, lungs, or stomach?
1. CW
2. BW
3. Nuclear
4. All of the above
1. CW
Generally, antipersonnel agents are divided
into how many types?
1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
Cramps, breathing difficulty, nausea,
headache, convulsions, and contractions
of the pupils are all symptoms of which
of the following types of contamination?
1. Tear agent
2. Nerve agent
3. Choking agent
4. Blister agent
2. Nerve agent
Burns from exposure to mustard vapor will be
more serious in which of the following body
areas?
1. Neck
2. Groin
3. Armpits
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
A person exposed to a blood agent may
experience respiratory paralysis within what
length of time?
1. Seconds
2. Minutes
3. Hours
1. Seconds
Atropine and 2-PAM C1 oxime are used
to counteract the effects and relieve the
symptoms of which of the following agents?
1. Nerve
2. Blood
3. Blister
4. Choking
1. Nerve
What type of agents are used to produce
temporary misery and harassment?
1. Blister
2. Choking
3. Riot control
4. Nerve
3. Riot control
Which of following agents can be used
in BW operations?
1. Living organisms
2. Toxins
3. Microtoxins
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following diseases can be
spread as part of a BW attack?
1. Cholera
2. Anthrax
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Mumps
3. Both 1 and 2 above
In its early stage, which of the following
is/are symptoms of BW attack?
1. Fever
2. Inflammation
3. Malaise
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
Nuclear weapons have the capability of
destroying areas in which of the following
ways?
1. Blast
2. Shock
3. Nuclear radiation
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
13. Nuclear explosions are divided into how many
classes?
1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
4. Four
What would be the most effective type of
nuclear strike to use against a battle group
at sea?
1. High altitude blast
2. Air blast
3. Surface blast
4. Subsurface burst
2. Air blast
What type of nuclear strike would be
used to destroy satellites and interrupt
communications systems through the
effects of EMP?
1. High altitude blast
2. Air blast
3. Surface blast
4. Subsurface burst
1. High altitude blast
In what type of nuclear strike would the
shock wave near ground zero be greater
than the blast wave?
1. High altitude blast
2. Air blast
3. Surface blast
4. Subsurface burst
3. Surface blast
What are the effects of nuclear weapons?
1. Blast waves only
2. Incendiary only
3. Radiation only
4. Blast waves, incendiary, and radiation
4. Blast waves, incendiary, and radiation
If a nuclear blast at night causes you to
experience flash blindness, you can expect
your vision to recover in what length of time?
1. 15 minutes
2. 2 hours
3. 3 hours
4. 45 minutes
4. 45 minutes
What type of radiation hazard must enter the
body through ingestion or cuts to cause bodily
harm?
1. Alpha particles
2. Beta particles
3. Gamma rays
4. Neutrons
1. Alpha particles
What is TREE?
1. The absorption of EMP by electrical
conductors
2. Interference of passive sonar systems
3. The affect of gamma or neutron radiation
on shipboard electronic systems
4. Interference of radio transmission through
ion fields
3. The affect of gamma or neutron radiation
on shipboard electronic systems
A survey team is made up of what minimum
number of personnel?
1. Five
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
3. Three
What person is in charge of a survey team?
1. Monitor
2. Recorder
3. Messenger
4. Exec
1. Monitor
. Areas contaminated by CW, BW, or nuclear
agents are identified by markers having what
shape?
1. Triangular
2. Hexagonal
3. Circular
4. Square
1. Triangular
Dose rate is expressed in roentgens, which
are gamma ray measurements only.
1. True
2. False
1. True
What does the acronym radiac stand for?
1. Radiation decontamination and control
2. Radiological activity detection and
computation
3. Radioactivity defense, identification, and
instrument calibration
4. Radioactivity detection, indication, and computation
4. Radioactivity detection, indication, and computation
The nonself-reading, high-range casualty
dosimeter measures what maximum amount
of gamma radiation?
1. 5 roentgens
2. 200 roentgens
3. 600 roentgens
4. 200 milliroentgens
3. 600 roentgens
What kit is used to check areas suspected
to have been contaminated by CW agents?
1. M248A2 kit
2. M256A1 kit
3. M258A1 kit
4. M262A2 kit
2. M256A1 kit
Which of the following actions should
personnel topside take if an airburst occurs?
1. Close their eyes
2. Drop to the deck
3. Cover as much exposed skin as possible
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Which of the following pieces of protective
equipment is/are the most important in
protecting you against CBR agents?
1. Coveralls
2. Protective mask
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Steel-toed shoes
2. Protective mask
Protective masks serve how many functions?
1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two