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- Command Sergeant Major
- Administer Justice
- Administrative reprimands and admonitions
- COMINT, ELINT, FISINT
- A crime
- An act for which the law provides a penalty is called what?
- Which of the following ranks are not part of the formal chain of command?
- Which of the following entries describe non-judicial punishment?
- The goal of the court-martial system is to do what?
- What are the three sub-intelligence discipline in signal intelligence (SIGINT)?
- Which of the following ranks serve as the senior enlisted advisor and consultant to the chief of staff of the army?
Command Sergeant Major
Sergeant Major of the Army
- Which system applies to those Soldiers who are not amenable to correction by nonpunitive or nonjudicial method of correction or discipline?
Upon conclusion of the preliminary investigation
- On what are the principles of joint operations formed?
COMINT, ELINT, FISINT
Joint publication keystone document
HUMINT, IMINT, SIGNT, MASINT, TECHINT, AND CI
- Which of the following ranks are considered to have the greatest impact on soldiers due to their oversight of the soldier daily task
- Which military operations are ongoing routine activities that establish, shape, maintain, and refine relations with other nations and domestic civil authorities?
Administrative reprimands and admonitions
Determine the type of counseling
Major operations and campaigns
The rater’s comments
|What is the purpose of adversary collection activities?||To obtain and exploit indicators that will negatively impact a mission|
|What are the three sub-intelligence discipline in signal intelligence (SIGINT)?||Comint, elint, fisint|
|What does an adversary use to formulate the analyst’s perception of our operations?||Indicators|
|Operation Security (OPSEC) is used to identify which of the following?||Actions that can be observed by adversary intelligence systems|
|Which of the following entries describe non-judicial punishment?||Administrative reprimands and admonitions|
|When does the decision period start?||Upon conclusion of the preliminary investigation|
|What type of process is used within the Operations Security (OPSEC) program to protect critical information?||A five step process|
|What are the names of the Army’s intelligence functions?||Humint, imint, signt, masint, techint, and ci|
|Which system applies to those Soldiers who are not amenable to correction by nonpunitive or nonjudicial method of correction or discipline?||Court-martial system|
|The goal of the court-martial system is to do what?||Administer Justice|
|An act for which the law provides a penalty is called what?||A crime|
|What are the two types of court-martial counsel?||Trail and Defense Counsel|
|During a court-martial, who represents the government?||Trial Counsel|
|Which of the following is the maximum time limit a commander may impose for restriction||14 Days|
|what is the first step of the five performance steps that must be completed prior to conducting a counseling session?||Determine the type of counseling|
|Which DA Form will you use when conducting a mandatory, face to face performance counseling?||DA 4856|
|When is counseling conducted for NCO’s?||Within 30 days after the beginning of the rating period and quarterly thereafter|
|Which of the following describes mentoring?||A future-oriented development activity focused on growing in the profession|
|Which of the following is not a characteristic of effective counseling?||punishment|
|What process do leaders use to review the demonstrated performance and potential of their subordinates?||Counseling|
|Which military operations are ongoing routine activities that establish, shape, maintain, and refine relations with other nations and domestic civil authorities?||Major operations and campaigns|
|Which branch of the US Armed Forces is composed of naval, land, air, space, and cyberspace forces, both combat and support, not otherwise assigned, that includes the necessary forces and capabilities to operate and support the Navy and Marine Corps, other military services, and joint forces?||Navy|
|Which branch of the US Armed Forces is composed of land combat and service forces, with includes aviation, water transport, and space and cyberspace?||Marine Corps|
|Who is the principle military advisor to the President, the National Security Council (NSC), the homeland security council (HSC), and the secretary of defense?||The chairman of the joint chiefs|
|Which of the following terms can be defined as standards by which one should act based on values?||Ethics|
|Which military operations comprise extended-duration, large-scale operations that usually involve combat?||Major Operations and campaigns|
|On what are the principles of joint operations formed?||Joint publication keystone document|
|Which of the following are narrative rules for constructing bulleted comments?||Bulleted comments are mandatory|
Bulleted comments must not be longer than two lines
Use specific examples only once
|Which of the following are valid senior rater entries in the overall performance section?||Poor|
|The Multi-Source Assessment and Feedback (MSAF) program is under the organization and direction of the ______||Center for Army Leadership (CAL)|
|What links the day-to-day observation of the rated soldier to the long-term evaluation of the rated Soldier’s potential by HQDA selection boards?||The rater’s comments|
|The APFT entry may be left blank in which of the following situations?||60 years of age and older|
If the APFT has not been taken within 12 months of the “THRU” date of the report
|Which of the following ranks serve as the senior enlisted advisor and consultant to the chief of staff of the army?||Sergeant Major of the Army|