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1-1. When was the first
passed legislation
arm naval vessels?
1. 10 May 1774
2. 4 July 1776
time Congress
to purchase and
3. 13 October 1775
4. 10 November 1775
3. 13 October 1775
Almost every U.S. Sailor has
experienced some type of major
deployment.
1. True
2. False
1. True
Which, if any, of the following
factors defines naval presence?
1. A major deployment
2. Having a naval force in a
specific location
3. Deploying to a hostile area to
confront adversaries
4. None of the above
2. Having a naval force in a
specific location
Deployments place naval forces in
position for which of the following
purposes?
1. To provide protection and
support to Allied Forces in
time of war
2. To stop the advance of the
enemy as soon as possible
3. To engage the enemy promptly at
the start of hostilities
4. All of the above
4. All of the above
What is the maximum time U.S. naval
forces can sustain operations in a
crisis area?
1. 30 days
2. 6 months
3. 1 year
4. I n d e f i n i t e l y
4. I n d e f i n i t e l y
What requirement must U.S. naval
forces reflect to be effective in a
presence role?
1. Friendliness toward the host
country and its allies
2. Ready combat capability to
respond to any threat
3. Current U.S. policy
4. Current technology
2. Ready combat capability to
respond to any threat
Which of the following
responsibilities belongs to the
Navy during wartime?
1. Functioning in a hostile
environment
2. Power projection
3. Sea control
4. All of the above
3. Sea control
Sea control means having
simultaneous control over the
world’s international waters.
1. True
2. False
2. False
What basic military function
provides U.S. forces with the
ability to conduct sustained
operations abroad?
1. Acquiring large amounts of the
enemy’s territory
2. Large numbers of ground forces
3. Naval presence
4. Sea control
4. Sea control
Denying the enemy the ability to
advance close enough to use weapons
is called
1. intermediate hostile
interdiction
2. power projection
3. naval presence
4. sea control
2. power projection
An essential element of power
projection is identified by which
of the following requirements?
1. Amphibious ships
2. Counter insurgency warfare
3. Intermediate hostile
interdiction
4. Forward deployed propositioning
of ships
1. Amphibious ships