SERE 100.2 Post Test Answers

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What protective measures should you take during a direct action recovery?
Avoid windows and doors
 
What is the best way to prepare food in a survival situation?
Boiling
 
What is the appropriate means for leaving evidence of presence?
Fingerprints Notes DNA
 
Which Code of Conduct article articulates the emotional connection between the Service member and the concept of sacrifice, as a requirement for honorable military service?
Article I
 
Ensure you record data about your communication devices, i.e. cellular phone, survival radio, and personal locator beacon on your ___________________ prior to deploying or mission execution.
EPA and mission profile
 
Which of the following are procedures for the proper use of clothing?
Cotton socks are best
 
During a hole-up what is your primary concern?
security
 
What types of information can be found on an EPA?
Communications plan Planned routes of travel Immediate evasion actions
 
The acronym SCORE is used to help guide your behavior in captivity. What does SCORE stand for?
Survive, Communicate, Organize, Resist, Escape
 
Your resistance goals include which of the following?
Resist providing a confession, focus on your authorized communications
 
Which of the following actions are appropriate for treating a wound?
All of the above
 
When using a visual signal to support your recovery efforts, guidelines to follow include:
Contrast, size, ratio
 
What is a written plan of action, developed prior to executing a mission, which will improve your chances of successful evasion and recovery by providing the recovery forces with your evasion intentions and key recovery information?
EPA
 
If held in captivity you must remember to give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to your comrades. This is an example of what, under Article IV of the Code of Conduct.
keeping the faith
 
Actions to take when capture is imminent include.
Sanitize personal or sensitive materials (correct) Try to retain your personal cell phone (correct) Leave evidence of presence at capture point (correct)
 
What are some techniques you can use to help cope with the psychological effects of captivity?
Have faith that the U.S. government will support your family (correct) Keep your mind active by recalling fond memories or designing a house (correct) Reaffirm your will to live and focus on positive reasons to return home (correct)
 
Leaving evidence of your presence supports U.S. Government effort to locate, identify and recover you.
True
 
The Code of Conduct explains your duty to escape and aid others to escape. Part of that duty includes planning for post escape evasion and recovery.
True
 
You should attempt to provide proof of life during any audio or video recording or written documents?
True
 
Which reintegration phase moves the recovered person to the Continental United States (CONUS)?
Phase III
 
Which of the following is a technique recovery forces use for authentication of an isolated person?
Number, letter, and word of the day ISOPREP information Challenge and reply password
 
According to Article V of the Code of Conduct, which of the following topics are you authorized to discuss in all captivity situations?
The innocent circumstances leading to your capture
 
When providing proof of life what information should you include?
You and your fellow captives’ identities A verifiable date Your health and welfare
 
During a direct action recovery, you should pick up a weapon and assist the recovery team.
False
 
In the event of isolation during operations other than war, the reasons to delay contact with legitimate authorities include:
Contact friendly forces Gain situational awareness
 
While in captivity you should avoid the following topics when interacting with the media.
Discussing sensitive matters Making statements that might bring harm to other captives
 
The first personnel recovery (PR) task is _____________. This task activates the execution portion of the PR system.
Report
 
Which of the following are elements of the COLDER principle?
All of the above
 
What escape planning factors can facilitate or hinder your escape.
 
 
When confronted with capture, medical personnel and chaplains may resort to aggressive action and the use of force for ____________ or in defense of the sick or wounded.
Self-defense
 
Which of the following are suggested means of preparation for isolation?
All of the above
 
Which of the following techniques can be used to resist interrogation?
Keep faith with yourself and fellow comrades
 
Which evasion aids can assist you with making contact with the local population?
Pointee-Talkee Cultural Smart Cards
 
What evasion aid is tailored to cover an individual operational area, combining standard navigation charts and maps with evasion and survival information?
Evasion chart
 
During a hole-up what is your primary concern?
Security
 
What protective measures should you take during a direct action recovery?
Avoid windows and doors
 
Which of the following are consumable sources of water?
Rainfall Water from plants Melted snow
 
The traditional chain of command roles and responsibilities continue in all captivity environments. The senior eligible military member assumes command over captives from all US Military Departments.
True
 
What are the goals of using a disguise?
1.Prevent recognition 2.Pass initial scrutiny
 
What is the acronym for the actions you should take to gain and maintain your situational awareness?
PAID-E
 
One way to gain acceptance from the local population after making contact is to discuss the similarities between your religions. This helps to show you are peaceful and mean no harm.
False
 
Which of the following is NOT an application of the Code of Conduct?
Directing the captor’s attention to a fellow captive for interrogation
 
Ensure you record data about your communication devices, i.e. cellular phone, survival radio, and personal locator beacon on your ___________________ prior to deploying or mission execution.
EPA
 
Which of the following are consumable sources of water?
-Rainfall -Water from plants -Melted snow
 
Which of the following actions are appropriate for treating a wound?
All of the above
 
If held in captivity you must remember to give no information or take part in any action which might be harmful to your comrades. This is an example of _____________ under Article IV of the Code of Conduct.
keeping faith
 
Which of the following are procedures for the proper use of clothing?
Prevent overheating by removing layers before strenuous activities
 
Which of the following are elements of the COLDER principle?(Select all that apply)
-Wear clothing loose and layered -Keep clothing dry -Repair clothing as necessary -Keep clean
 
The traditional chain of command roles and responsibilities continue in all captivity environments. The senior eligible military member assumes command over captives from all US Military Departments.
True
 
Which evasion aids can assist you with making contact with the local population? (Select all that apply)
Blood Chit Pointee-Talkee
 
When using a visual signal to support your recovery efforts, guidelines to follow include: (Select all that apply)
-Contrast -Size -Ratio
 
What are some techniques you can use to help cope with psychological effects of captivity? (Select all that apply)
-Have faith that the U.S. government will support your family -Reaffirm your will to live and focus on positive reasons to return home -Keep your mind active by recalling fond memories or designing a house
 
Your resistance goals include which of the following? (Select all that apply)
-Focus on your authorized communications -Resist providing a confession
 
The Code of Conduct explains your duty to escape and aid others to escape. Part of that duty includes planning for post escape evasion and recovery.
True
 
Leaving evidence of your presence supports U.S. Government effort to locate, identify and recover you.
True
 
What is the acronym for the actions you should take to gain and maintain your situational awareness?
PAID-E (Perceive, Analyze, Interpret, Decide, Execute)
 
Which Code of Conduct article articulates the emotional connection between the Service member and the concept of sacrifice, as a requirement for honorable military service?
Article I
 
Actions to take when capture is imminent include: (Select all that apply)
-Communicate your situation -Sanitize personal or sensitive materials -Leave evidence of presence at capture point -Try to retain your personal cell phone
 
Which of the following is NOT an application of the Code of Conduct?
Directing the captor’s attention to a fellow captive for interrogation
 
What types of information can be found on an EPA?(Select all that apply)
-Communications plan -Immediate evasion actions -Planned routes of travel
 
While in captivity you should avoid the following topics when interacting with the media: (Select all that apply)
-Making statements that might bring harm to other captives -Discussing sensitive matters
 
What is a written plan of action, developed prior to excuting a mission, which will improve your chances of successful evasion and recovery by providing the recovery forces with your evasion intentions and key recovery information?
EPA
 
The first personnel recovery (PR) task is ____________. This task activates the execution portion of the PR system.
report
 
In the event of isolation during operations other than war, the reasons to delay contact with legitimate authorities include: (Select all that apply)
-Contact friendly forces -Gain situational awareness
 
What is the best way to prepare food in a survival situation?
Boiling
 
During a direct action recovery, you should pick up a weapon and assist the recovery team.
False
 
Which of the following techniques can be used to resist interrogation?
Keep faith with yourself and fellow comrades
 
You should attempt to provide proof of life during any audio or video recording or written documents?
True
 
One way to gain acceptance from the local population after making contact is to discuss the similarities between your religions. This helps to show you are peaceful and mean no harm.
False
 
What are the goals of using a disguise? (Select all that apply)
-Prevent recognition -Pass initial scrunity
 
According to Article V of the Code of Conduct, which of the following topics are you authorized to discuss in all captivity situations? (Select all that apply)
-Your health and welfare -The innocent circumstances leading up to your capture -The health and welfare of your fellow captives
 
Which reintegration phase moves the recovered person to the Continental United States (CONUS)?
Phase III
 
Which of the following are suggested means of prepartion for isolation?
All of the above

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