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1. Pollution can result when which of the following types of agents is/are introduced into the air, water or soil?

A. Biological
B. Chemical
C. Physical
D. All of the above
D. All of the above
2. Which of the following operations causes the most pollution?
A. Industrial
B. Municipal
C. Transportation
D. All of the above
D. All of the above
3. Which of the following materials is the primary municipal pollutant?
A. Raw or inadequately treated sewage
B. Radioactive waste
C. Petroleum Products
D. Acids
A. Raw or inadequately treated sewage
4. Which of the following modes of transportation creates most air pollutants?
A. Trains
B. Waterborne vessels
C. Motor vehicles
D. Aircraft
C. Motor vehicles
5. Which, if any, of the following effect of pollution is the most serious?
A. Psychological
B. Biological
C. Physical
D. None of the above
B. Biological
6. Steel erodes faster than normal when exposed to which of the following air pollutants?
A. Pesticides
B. Herbicides
C. Zinc Oxides
D. Sulfur Oxides
D. Sulfur Oxides
7. Most pesticides fall into which of the following categories?
A. Selective
B. Nonselective
C. Pre-selective
D. Control Selective
B. Nonselective
8. What is the primary pollution concern of Navy personnel?
A. Noise pollution
B. Shore command wastes
C. Ship Wastes
D. None
C. Ship Wastes
9. Which of the following terms identifies abatement?
A. Maintaining
B. Raising
C. Lowering
D. Containing
C. Lowering
10. Under the Clean Air Act, what government body has the primary responsibility for assuring air quality?
A. Federal government
B. Each State
C. Local Municipalities
D. Department of Transportation
B. Each State
11. Virtually all Navy ships have some type of sanitation device installed. Which of the following types of systems retains sewage on board for discharge ashore or in waters where discharging is allowed?
A. Direct discharge
B. Positive flow
C. Marine Sanitation
D. Collection, Holding, and Transfer
D. Collection, Holding, and Transfer
12. When operating sanitation devices in foreign waters, Navy ships comply with which of the following requirements?
A. Status of Forces Agreement
B. Coast Guard instructions
C. NAVFAC guidelines
D. All of the above
A. Status of Forces Agreement
13. Vessels may not discharge unpulped trash within what minimum distance from the U.S. coastline?
A. 20nm
B. 25nm
C. 30nm
D. 35nm
B. 25nm
14. The neckerchief is made from which of the following materials?
A. Black silk
B. Black acetate
C. Both A and B
D. Black cotton
C. Both A and B
15. What kind of knot is used to tie a neckerchief?
A. Granny knot
B. Square knot
C. Sheep shank
D. Bowline
B. Square knot
16. What material is used to make government issue dress blue jumpers and trousers?
A. Navy Twill
B. Wool Serge
C. Nylon
D. Rayon
B. Wool Serge
17. What material is used to make government-issue dress white jumpers and trousers?
A. Navy twill
B. Wool Serge
C. Nylon
D. Rayon
A. Navy twill
18. Which of the following uniforms is/are considered working uniforms?
A. Dungarees
B. Winter Blues
C. Both A and B
D. Navy Twill
C. Both A and B
19. When large medals are prescribed for wear with the dress blue uniform, the uniform is known as?
A. Mess dress
B. Full dress
C. Field dress
D. Service dress
B. Full dress
20. Which of the following uniforms is/are considered the working uniforms for female sailors?
A. Belted blue slacks and blue winter shirt
B. Belted blue skirt and blue winter shirt
C. Dungarees
D. Each of the above
D. Each of the above