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The proper grip for quick fire is determined by increasing the grip pressurre until the hand starts to shake and then releasing the pressure until which of the following actions occurs

1. The pistol is in balance
2. The pistol feels natural
3. The hand stops shaking
3. The hand stops shaking
You are firing the .38-caliber pistol and there is 1/10 inch error in the sight aligment. If your target is 25 meters away,by how many inches will you miss the point of aim

1. 15
2. 20
3. 30
4. 40
1. 15
Perfect sight aligment is virtually impossible, since the front sight is continually moving

1. True
2. False
2. False
With regards to marksmanship, the cause of most target misses is improper

1. Grip
2. Trigger control
3. Sight alignment
4. Aiming techniques
2. Trigger control
Which of the following conditions must exist before military intervention in a civil dusturbance is ordered

1. Local authorities are incapable of restoring order
3. The extent of the disturbances makes it obvious that local authorities will not be able to restore order
4. Each of the above
3. The extent of the disturbances makes it obvious that local authorities will not be able to restore order
Who is responsible for coordinating all Federal Government activities relating to civil disturbances

1. The Attorney General
2. The Secretary of the Army
3. The Secretary of the Navy
4. The Secretary of Defense
1. The Attorney General
In the event of a civil disturbance, who has been designated Executive Agent for the Department of Defense in all matters pertaining to the planning of military resources

1. The Attorney General
2. The Secretary of the Army
3. The Secretary of the Navy
4. The Secretaty of Defense
2. The Secretary of the Army
Intervention falls into a total of how many catergories

1. One
2. Two
3. Three
4. Four
2. Two
What term identifies a temporary government function organized to restore order within a country or locality

1. Martial law
2. Military aid
3. Martial decree
4. Military government
1. Martial law
What term identifies a mass of people whose members lose their concern for laws and authority and follow their leaders into unlawful and disruptive acts

1. Uncontrolled crowd
2. Unruly crowd
3. Casual crowd
4. Mob
4. Mob
Who is influenced by psychological behavior factors during civil disturbances

1. Officer in charge of the control force
2. Chief petty officer in charge of the control force
3. Members of the crowd
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What would cause a control force member to commit acts that he would normally suppress

1. A high of degree of self-discipline
2. Feeling of anonymity
3. Being corrected immediately for an unauthorized act
4. Taking a corrective action based on what, rather than who, is involved
2. Feeling of anonymity
Which of the following conditions can help stem or prevent impersonality between members of a crowd control force

1. Racial and ethnic balance
2. An understanding of the people involved in the disturbance
3. Both 1 and 2 above
4. Equal weapons distribution
Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following characteristics will help a person resist the tendency to conform with group behavior

1. Quick temper
2. Indecisiveness
3. Strong convictions
4. Urge to follow others
3. Strong convictions
Which of the following characteristics replaces the normal controls within members of a crowd when emotional contagion prevails

1. Inhibition
2. Raw emotion
3. Individual restraint
4. Increased consciousness
2. Raw emotion
A crowd usually considers its action to be

1. Against the law
2. Morally justified
3. Morally unjustified
4. Equally right and wrong
2. Morally justified
Which of the following crowd behavior factors is considered to be an external control

1. Police
2. Weather
3. Local Government
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
Why do mobs often direct verbal abuse toward disturbance control force

1. To cause them to take actions that later may be exploited as acts of brutality
2. To emphasize their right to free speech
3. To help express their strong feelings
4. To impress the news media
1. To cause them to take actions that later may be exploited as acts of brutality
Why would a mob place women, children, and elderly people in their front ranks

1.To protect themselves against weapons fire
2. To play on the sympathy of the control force
3. To gain sympathy of the public
4. To agitate the control force
2. To play on the sympathy of the control force
Involves extremely violent, often radical tactics

1. Mass demonstration
2. Terrorism
3. Idealistic
4. Dispersed riot
1. Terrorism
Involves many small groups of dissidents acting irrationally out of frustation and bitterness

1. Mass demonstration
2. Terrorism
3. Idealistic protest
4. Dispersed riot
4. Dispersed riot
Involves fanantically dedicated participants on whom the threat of arrest has little or no effect

1. Mass demonstration
2. Terrorism
3. Idealistic protest
4. Dispersed riot
3. Idealistic protest
Involves thousands of people protesting within their rights

1. Mass demonstration
2. Terrorism
3. Idealistic protest
4. Dispersed riot
1. Mass demonstration
Law and order is a relative term that can generally be equated to a state of normalcy in the community

1. True
2. False
1. True
The objective of the control force in a civil disturbance, regardless of the situation, is to gain immediate and full control

1. True
2. False
1. True
The control force should avoid using provocative measures to impose a degree of control beyond its capabilities

1. True
2. False
1. True
A control force must reduce the intensity of a disturbance to its lowest level, given all the variables of a situation

1. True
2. False
2. False
Which of the following factors may influence or necessitate the decision to seek an interim objective

1. Time of day
2. Sympathies of the public
3. Magnitude of the confrontation
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
What is the primary factor that contributes to the reduction of intensities between the control force and the dissident element

1. Strategy
2. Communicatons
3. Readiness of police
4. Sympathies of the public
2. Communications
Of the following principles of civil disturbance control, which one is applicable in full measure to each disturbance situation

1. Minimum force
2. Operational unity
3. Professional imagery
4. Coordinated preparation
1. Minimum force
Control force personnel must at all times use only the minimum force required to accomplish the mission

1. True
2. False
1. True
Which of the following policy statements regarding the use of deadly force is true

1. Warning shots should be fired when necessary
2. Control force personnel may carry unloaded firearms
3. The authority to use deadly force should not be delegated
4. The use of deadly force should be preceeded by a clear warning
4. The use of deadly force should be preceeded by a clear warning
Which of the following actions is the main objective for isolating an area during a disturbance

1. To keep out the news media
2. To protect the people who are involved in the disturbance
3. To prevent the disorder from spreading
4. To protect the property in the isolated area
3. To prevent the disorder from spreading
Which of the following factors is NOT a variable of a crowd or mob

1. Public opinion
2. Mission of the mob
3. Crowd and mob mood
4. Weather and time of day
2. Mission of the mob
What characteristic does a crowd possess that is not present in a mob

1. Mixed ethnic background
2. Similar ethnic background
3. A collective sense of fear
4. An inclination toward violence
3. A collective sense of fear
What is the attitude of mob members toward the law

1. They have an extreme fear of the law
2. They lose all sense of fear of the law
3. They generally respect the law
4. They hate the law
2. They lose all sense of fear of the law
Of the following crowd control techniques, which one includes an attempt to facilitate the protestor's opportunity to peacefully demonstrate

1. Diversion
2. Cooperation
3. Proclamation
4. Channelization
2. Cooperation
When the military is charged with control of a civil disturbance, who will issue the Presidental proclamation to the community

1. Mayor
2. State governor
3. Chief of police
4. CO's representative at the scene
4. CO's representative at the scene
What crowd control technique would employ the marching of a well-equipped and highly disciplined control force into view of an assembled crowd

1. Show of force
2. Channelization
3. Use of barriers
4. Apprehension of crowd members
1. Show of force
The actual apprehension and processing of civilian law violators should be done by what authority

1. Security department on base
2. Civil police officers
3. Master-at-Arms
4. Shore patrol
2. Civil police officers
When used against a mob during cold weather, which of the following is a highly effective deterent

1. CO2
2. Foam
3. Water
4. Tear gas
3. Water
What device does the control force normally use to disperse large crowds without ever actually coming in contact with the rioters

1. Bayonets
2. Leaflets
3. Riot control agents
4. High pressure water
3. Riot control agents
Which of the following tactics should NOT be used against a mob

1. Dare
2. Bluff
3. Threat
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
rear
2. The front
3. The left flank
4. The right flank
1. The rear
Using blank cartridges is highly recommended when combating mob violence

1. True
2. False
2. False
When tear gas grenades are used to disperse a mob, they should be projected to the windward side of the rioters

1. True
2. False
1. True
Normally a mob has the advantage during hand-to-hand combat because of its superior numbers

1. True
2. False
1. True
If you are wearing a helmet, face shield and flak jacket, this would offer sufficient protection to confront a mob

1. True
2. False
2. False
What formations are most frequently used to disperse mobs

1. Wedge, line, and echelon
2. Wedge, arch, and triangle
3. Circle, loop, and diamond
4. Square, arrow, and straight
1. Wedge, line, and echelon
Used to turn groups in either open or built up areas, and to move personnel away from buildings

1. Wede
2. Echelon
3. Line
2. Echelon
Used to push or drive crowds straight back or across an open area

1. Wedge
2. Echelon
3. Line
3. Line
An offensive formation used to penetrate and split crowds

1. Wedge
2. Echelon
3. Line
1. Wedge
Which of the following riot control weapons is most effective in a crowd control operation and , if lost, does not create a serious threat

1. Baton
2. Shotgun
3. Tear gas
4. Bayonets
1. Baton
As a Master-at-Arms you may be called on to help quell a civil disturbance and you may be subjected to insults and abusive name calling in the process. How should you react

1. Conduct an arrest
2. Return the insults
3. Fire a warning shot
4. Learn to ignore them
4. Learn to ignore them
With regard to stress and being mentally prepared for disturbance operations, the MA should expect members of a crowd to exhibit which of the following unusual actions

1. Tearing off clothing
2. Screaming and rushing
3. Deliberate self-injury
4. Each of the above
4. Each of the above
How should you familiarize your control force with the stress of mob confrontation

1. Conduct a seminar dealing with various riots
2. Show movies of riots, pointing out various methods of control
3. Conduct on actual riot using some of your force as the mob
4. Show movies of people who are under stress and exhibit abnormal behavior patterns
3. Conduct an actual riot using some of your force as the mob
Control forces on duty for extended periods of time tend to suffer from which of the following conditions

1. Strain
2. Anxiety
3. Fatigue
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
A control force under the cumulative effect of psychological factors may respond excessively. Which of the following elements may cause a control force to act excessively

1. Rumor
2. Lack of knowledge
3. The fatigue factor
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
A permanent deviation from a specific security requirement

1. POA&m
2. Pilferage
3. Property
4. Exception
4. Exception
Any unit of the naval shore establishment

1. Activity
2. Property
3. Installation
4. Facility
1. Activity
An armed force derived from host and tenant commands

1. POA&M
2. ASF
3. Property
4. Installation
2. ASF
Petty larceny

1. POA&M
2. Pilferage
3. Counterterrorism
4. Exception
2. Pilferage
Corrective courses of action and expected dates of completion

1. POA&M
2. ASF
3. Pilferage
4. Exception
1. POA&M
Principal advisor in matters pertaining to the security of classifed information

1. Security officer
2. ASF
3. Security manager
4. Commanding officer
3. Security manager
Offensive measures taken to prevent terrorism

1. Activity
2. Property
3. Counterterrorism
4. Exception
3. Counterterrorism
All assests

1. Activity
2. Property
3. Installation
4. Facility
2. Property
A real property entity

1. POA&M
2. Pilferage
3. Property
4. Facility
4. Facility
Responsible for the development of a command's physical security program

1. Security officer
2. ASF
3. Security manager
4. Commanding officer
1. Security officer
A written temporary relief

1. POA&M
2. Pilferage
3. Exception
4. Waiver
4. Waiver
A grouping of facilities

1. Activity
2. Property
3. Installation
4. Facility
3. Installation
Who is ultimately responsible for all security

1. Security officer
2. Security manager
3. Chief of police
4. Commanding officer
4. Commanding officer
What instruction covers in detail how the security officer should perform his duties

1. OPNAVINST 5580.1
2. OPNAVINST 5510.1
3. OPNAVINST 5530.13
4. OPNAVINST 5530.14
4. OPNAVINST 5530.14
The duties of a security department falls into a total of how many basic categories

1. Seven
2. Five
3. Three
4. Nine
2. Five
Regardless of its size or mission, each activity is required to have which of the following security committees

1. LPS
2. PSRC
3. Both 1 and 2 above
3. PSRB
2. PSRC
Who should act as the chairperson of the physical security review committee

1. Security officer
2. Executive officer
3. Senior NCIS agent
4. Commanding officer
1. Security officer