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What document is the primary authority for outlining the Department of the Navy Public Affairs Policy and Regulations?
SECNAVINST 5720.44A
In a STANDARD Naval message what punctuation marks MAY NOT be used?
“At” sign ( @ )
Percent ( % )
Fractions ( ½, ¼ )
Asterisk ( * )
Underscore ( _ )
Cent sign ( )
How long do you have before sending out a UNIT SITREP?
You have 20 minuets to get the initial message out.
What instruction gives you General Instructions for Inactive Ships and Craft, regarding the disposition of items of historical or sentimental interest?
OPNAVINST 4770.5 series
OPNAVINST 1420.1A is the Enlisted to Officer Commissioning Programs application administrative manual. Name two of the 4 programs where an enlisted sailor can become an officer.
Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program (MECP)
Medical Service Corps Inservice Procurement Program (MSC IPP)
Limited Duty Officer / Chief Warrant Officer Program (LDO / CWO)
Seaman to Admiral-21 (STA-21) Program
A compound of silver and one of the following elements known as halogens:
chlorine, bromide, iodine, and fluorine is called what?(NMA)
SILVER HALIDE
Light that has been deflected from an opaque surface and was not absorbed is what?
REFLECTED LIGHT
The smallest single picture element with which an image is constructed is what?
PIXEL

*The light-sensitive elements in a CCD (chip) camera.
The point, generally within a lens but sometimes exterior to it, at which the optical axis and all chief rays of oblique ray bundles intersect.
OPTICAL CENTER
The angle of reflection is equal to the angle of incidence is what?
LAW OF REFLECTION
Measurement of the color of light in degrees.
273 degrees.
KELVIN (°K)
That attribute of certain color perceptions in respect to which they differ characteristically from the gray of the same lightness and which permits them to be classed as reddish, yellowish, greenish, or bluish.
HUE
The surface (plane) on which an axial image transmitted by a lens is brought to sharpest
focus; the surface occupied by the light-sensitive film or plate in the camera.
FOCAL PLANE
What are official ceremonies?
Standard ceremonies considered to be official are ship
christenings; commissioning and decommissioning of ships, activities, or air squadrons; transfers of ships to other nations; cornerstone ceremonies and building dedications;
memorial services, changes of command; military reviews, and
military school graduations
What is SECNAVINIST 5603.2D?
PRINTED MATTER FOR OFFICIAL CEREMONIES
Can accountable public funds-may be used to defray printing cost for Navy Balls?
No, Unless specifically sanctioned by the Secretary
of the Navy or the Chief of Naval Operations.
How many colors of ink are used in printing program covers?
2
What font families are approved for use?
Melior, Impressum, Times Roman, and Helvetica
What is a feature picture?
A FEATURE PICTURE IS A SINGLE PICTURE THAT TELLS A STORY,
What is opacity?
OPACITY IS THE ABILITY OF A MEDIUM TO ABSORB LIGHT.
DEFINE (TRANSMISSION)
Transmission is a measure of light passing ability of a film or other medium.
In Photoshop, what is the toolbox?
The toolbox contains tools for creating and editing images.
In journalism what is Social news?
Social news is most often Navy social stories that deal with the activities of officers and enlisted wives clubs, weddings and local charity events.
The DT 128/155/180 HLC supports what range of paper weights?
16-110 pound / 60-200 gsm
What instruction governs the Department of the Navy Information Security Program?
SECNAVINST 5510.36
What chapter of the DON ISP would you find information on classification management?
CH. 4
What is the SECNAVINST 5720.42F?
The instruction that governs the DON Freedom of Information Act Program
All Challenge cutters supplied knives are beveled at what degrees?
23 degrees
WHAT IS FEATURE NEWS?
The feature news story is about an event or
situation that stirs the emotions or imagination
WHAT IS AN INTERPRETIVE STORY?
INTERPRETIVE.—In an interpretive story, the
reporter attempts to give an in-depth analysis and
survey of the causes or possible consequences of
important news events
WHAT IS A CONSUMER STORY?
The writer of a consumer story
attempts to help his audience buy more wisely,
maintain products and homes better, cook or garden
better and so forth
WRITTEN LANGUAGE IS MADE UP OF WHAT THREE ELEMEMTS?
words, sentences and paragraphs
WHAT IS A LEAD?
The lead is the first and most important paragraph
of any news story. It attracts the reader and states the
important facts first
TRUE OR FALSE. All word processing programs and desktop publishing programs are compatible
FALSE
The design for a newspaper should accomplish what purposes?
The shape, size and general physical form
In planning a page for a newspaper, the columns on your layout sheet should be drawn in which of the following ways?
A dummy
The width of a line of type is measured which of the following dimensions?
Picas
What term is used to describe the different styles of type?
Faces
What is the name given to the typeface characterized by slanted letters that is made to match almost every type style in use?
Italics
The principal difference between old style
and modern Roman types is that old style has
which of the following characteristics?
Rounded serifs
What is meant by the focal point of a newspaper page?
The area where the reader normally expects to find the most important story
Typefaces that bear a close resemblance to
each other but are not exactly alike in design
are known by which of the following names?
Families
What is the complete assortment of type in
one size and style called
Font
What area is most commonly used as the front-page focal point for today’s newspapers?
Upper left-hand corner
On the inside page with no advertising, where is the focal point?
Upper left-hand corner
WHAT IS (DEPTH OF FIELD)?
“Depth of field” is defined as the distance between the nearest and farthest points of acceptable sharp focus of the scene photographed
DEFINE (COPYRIGHT)
Copyright, , is a form of protection provided by the federal government to the authors of “original works of authorship fixed in any tangible medium of expression, now known or later developed, from which they can be perceived, reproduced or otherwise communicated, either directly or with the aid of a machine or device.
DEFINE (FOCAL LENGTH)
The distance from the optical center of the lens to the focal plane (film plane) when the camera is focused upon an object at infinity
WHAT DOES EXPOSURE IN PHOTOGRAPHY MEAN?
In still photography, a predetermined combination of shutter speed and lens aperture that allows light to pass through the lens and strike the film .
What survey method is considered the most accurate for gathering data?
Personal interview
What is the main advantage of research accomplished through the mail?
Cost effectiveness
Which of the following youth groups is authorized to embark aboard a U.S. Navy ship?
Boy Scouts of America
Who serves as the overall coordinator for the commissioning ceremony of a ship?
CHINFO
Who, if anyone, is permitted to initiate guest cruise publicity?
The individual guest cruise participant
Who is responsible for publicizing a
decommissioning ceremony?
The decommissioning ship’s CO
WHAT IS TOP SECRET INFORMATION?
The Top Secret classification is appliedonly to information or material that is paramount to national security and the unauthorized disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security
WHAT IS SECRET INFORMATION?
Material classified as “Secret” is limited to defense information or material. The unauthorized disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to cause serious damage to the national security
What is confidential info?
Use of the classification “Confidential” is limited to national defense information or material, the unauthorized disclosure of which could reasonably be expected to cause damage to national security
What is the purpose of slating videotape?
To identify the film
WHAT IS A PICTURE ESSAY?
A picture essay allows a photojournalist to present a subject from a personal point of view.
WHAT IS A SELECTION TOOL IN PHOTOSHOP?
Selection tools allow you to select portions of an image and to perform a variety of operations
IN PHOTOSHOP, WHAT ARE FILTERS?
The filter features provided in image-editing software control the image brightness and contrast as well as sharpen or soften selected portions of the image.
Which of the following is NOT an exposure controlling factor in motion-picture photography?
SHUTTER SPEED
True or False? Potential embarrassment is a justification to withhold information. Delays in the release of information can be damaging.
False
When can DOD with withhold information?
When information would adversely affect national security or threaten the safety of DOD families
Who is responsible for
establishing DON public affairs policy and directing its
implementation.
SECNAV
What is the FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (FOIA)
Any person or organization, either U.S. or foreign,
may request information under the Freedom of Information Act
(FOIA).A writtem release of information
What protects individual privacy
from unwarranted invasion by the government and is applicable to
all federal agencies.
PRIVACY ACT
Federal employees/military members have no expectation of privacy
regarding what?
names, titles, grades, salaries, and duty
stations as employees or regarding the parts of their successful employment applications that show their qualifications for their positions.
What generally extinguishes an individual’s privacy
rights
Death
What information is
generally not releasable to embarked media?
Future plans or operations,Rules of engagement,Security measures, force protection or deceptive
actions used as part of the operation,Intelligence collection activities (past and present), including intelligence methods, targets, and results
Medical professionals
are authorized to determine the description of a patient as?
Good.
Fair.
Serious.
Critical.
Undetermined.
News Media Representatives (NMRs)will normally be granted the privileges of what rank while embarked?
O-4 or above
As a souvenir of the embark, guests may be provided with what?
Photograph of the ship, suitably inscribed by the commanding
officer, or other memento prior to their departure.
What is DD Form 2535 for?
Military Aerial Support
Submit request at least 45 days before the event for what?
Air shows
Submit request at least 10 working days before the event for what?
Flyovers
True of False, The use of military personnel as escorts,
ushers, doormen or drivers for non-military guests or local
dignitaries is authorized.
False