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97 Cards in this Set

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Purpose of the UCMJ
promotes good order and discipline
state to whom the UCMJ applies
All Members of the armed forces both active and reserve
What is article 86
Absent without Leave
What is article 89
Disrespect toward a superior commissioned officer
What is article 91
Insubordinate conduct toward a warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or petty officer
What is article 121
Larceny and wrongful appropriation
What is article 128
What is article 134
General Article
The three types of Court Martial
Summary - Special - General
What is article 31
rights of the accused
Explain the purpose of NJP
To maintain good order and discipline without the stigma of a court martial
5 types of discharge
General under honorable
General under other than honorable
Bad conduct
Name of the document in which the official mission of the Marine Corps is established
National Security Act of 1947
Birthday and Place the Marine Corps Was Founded
10 November 1775
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Tun Tavern
The continental congress authorized the formation of two battalions of marines in what year
The first Marine landing took place when and where?
New Providence Island in the Bahamas
Where did the name Leather neck come from
Marines wore high leather collars to protect against sword slashes to the neck
Who was the first Commandant of the Marine Corps?
Captain Samuel Nicholas
Marines stormed the Barbary pirates stronghold at Derna on the shores of tripoli in what year?
Marines occupied the Halls of Montezuma during the battle of Chapultepec during what year?
The Marine Corps emblem was adopted in what year?
What does the eagle, globe, and anchor symbolize in the Marine Corps emblem?
Eagle - National symbol
Globe - World wide service
Anchor - Maritime Traditions
Marines took part in the Boxer Rebellion starting in what year?
Marines were involved with the bananna wars during what years?
1901 - 1934
First Marine Aviator
Major Alfred A. Cunningham
Marines landed in france and were awarded several awards including the french fourge to 5th and 6th marines in what year?
The united states joined into world war II and Marines were part of several island hopping campaigns starting in what year
Marine Corps involvement in the Korean war and the first combat helo flights began in what year?
Marines landed in South Vietnam in what year?
The violent overthrow of the government of grenada and Urgent Fury took place in what year?
The overthrow of the Panama government (Just Cause) took place in what year?
Desert Shield took place in what year?
Operation Desert Storm took place in what year?
Who was the "Grand old man of the Marine Corps"
Brigadier Gen. Archibald Henderson
Lead the Battle of Tripoli and was awarded the mameluke sword in 1805
Lt.Presley O'Bannon
The only two Marines to be awarded 2 medals of honor
Daniel Daly
Smedley Butler
The first female Marine
Opha Mae Johnson
Significant battles of WWII
Iwo Jima
Significance of the Blood Stripe
Traditionally worn in rememberence of the battle of Chapultepec, however scarlet piping had been worn on the initial Marine Corps uniform in 1798
signifigance of the quatrefoil
Cross shaped braid worn on top of officers covers so the sharpshooters in the ships rigings could identify them
Significance of the officers sword (mameluke sword)
Oldest used weapon in the military, originates from swords used in the mediteranean during the barbary wars
Significance of the NCO sword
Marine NCO's are the only NCO's still authorized to use swords in the military
Where did the term Devil Dog originate from?
Given to Marines by the Germans for fierce fighting during the battle of Belleau wood
Who said "Uncommon valor was a common virtue"?
Admiral Nimitz
Location of the 1st Marine Division
Camp Pendleton, CA
Location of the 2nd Marine Division
Camp Lejeune, NC
Location of the 3rd Marine Division
Okinawa, JP
Location of the 4th Marine Division HQ
New Orleans, Louisiana
1st Marine Aircraft Wing
Iwakuni, Japan
2nd Marine Aircraft Wing
Cherry Point, NC
3rd Marine Aircraft Wing
Miramar, CA
4th Marine Aircraft Wing
New Orleans Louisiana
1st FSSG
Camp Pendleton, CA
2nd FSSG
Camp Lejeune, NC
3rd FSSG
Okinawa, Japan
4th FSSG
New Orleans Louisiana
how many steps per minute are taken while marching at a regular pace
What is article 90
Assault or willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer
Mission of Marine Corps Rifle Squad
To locate, close with, and destroy the enemy through fire and maneuver, and to repel the enemy assault through fire and close combat.
Maximum effective range of an area target
800 meters
Mission of Marine Corps Rifle Squad
To locate, close with, and destroy the enemy through fire and maneuver, and to repel the enemy assault through fire and close combat.
Maximum effective range of a point target
550 Meters
Maximum range
3534 meters
Sustained rate of fire
12-15 rounds per minute
Maximum Effective range
1800 Meters
Maximum range
3725 meters
Sustained rate of fire
100 rounds per minute
Maximum effective range of an area target
350 Meters
Maximum effective range of a point target
150 meters
Maximum range
400 meters
Maximum effective range for area target
1000 Meters
Maximum range
3600 Meters
Sustained rate of fire
85 rounds per minute
M2 .50 caliber
Maximum effective range
2000 meters
M2 .50 caliber
Maximum range
6800 meters
1st General Order
To take charge of this post and all government property in view
2nd General Order
To walk my poast in a military manner, keeping always on the alert and observing everything that takes place within sight or hearing
3rd General Order
To report all violations of orders i am instructed to inforce
4th General Order
To Repeat all calls from posts more distant from the guardhouse than my own
5th General Order
To quit my post only when properly relieved
6th General Order
To receive obey and pass on to the sentry who relieves me all orders from the commanding officer, officer of the day, and officers and noncommissioned officers of the guard only.
7th General Order
To talk to no one except in the line of duty
8th General Order
To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder
9th General Order
To call the corporal of the guard in any case not covered by instruction
10th General Order
To Salute all officers and all colors and standards not case
11th General Order
To be especially watchful at night and during the time for challenging to challenge all persons on or near my post and to allow no one to pass without proper authority
NBC sign
White background with black lettering
NBC Signs
Blue background with Red lettering
NBC Signs
Yellow background with Red lettering
NBC Signs
Red background with Yellow lettering and stripe
Chemical mines
Condition 1
Magazine inserted, round in chamber, bolt forward, safety on and ejection port cover closed
Condition 2
Does not Apply to the M16
Condition 3
Magazine inserted, chamber empty, bolt forward, safety on and ejection port cover closed
Condition 4
Magazine removed, chamber empty, bolt forward, safety on and ejection port cover closed
Leadership Principles
-Know yourself and seek self improvement
-Be technically and tactically proficient
-Keep your Marines informed
-Train your Marines as a team
6 Troop leading steps
Begin Planning
Arange Recon
Make Recon
Complete the Plan
Issue the order
5 steps of ORM
Identify Hazards
Assess Hazards
Make Risk Decisions
Implement Controls