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army health promotion focuses on the integration of ____ into the community and organizational structure
primary prevention and public health practice
unintended pregnancies can be a risk factor for:
o Spouse abuse o Child abuse and neglect
which of the following are examples of environmental health programs
o Workplace health and safety o Pesticide usage o Air and water quality
commanders should emphasize good order and discipline in the barracks or garrison by periodically conducting:
o Health, welfare, and morale inspections o Unannounced urinalysis tests o Recognition ceremornies
As a noncommissioned officer, you should receive formal performance counseling within 30 days of the beginning of the rating period and at least ____ thereafter from raters
The ____ is the critical agent for injury prevention and is responsible for establishing interventions and monitoring their effect
who uses the results of the command supply discipline program evaluations to determine candidates for the Army Supply Excellence Award Program
for tables of distribution and allowances organizations, the parent organization is the command level ____
designated as the appointing authority for reports of survey
Which of these command supply discipline program evaluation items pertains only to property book accounts
Comparing completed supply transactions for non-expendables with the organization’s property records
The extent to which you find peace is a measure of:
which method of supply discipline enforcement provides relief from property accountability
national guard and reserve units will receive initial command inspections within the first ____ days of assumption of command
which of the following are examples of internal evaluation sources
o Command inspections o Installation status reports o Emergency deployment readiness exercises o Command post exercises/FTX
which inspection principle involves the sharing of inspection results
focused on feedback
organizational inspection programs are conducted at ____ level and above for active and reserve component units
the organizational inspection program at ____ level and above primarily involves staff inspections, staff assistance visits, and inspector general inspections
which of the following are common unit environmental programs
o Recycling programs o Installation chemical cleanup
is the integration and application of environmental values into the military mission in order to sustain readiness, improve quality of life, strengthen civil relations, and preserve valuable resources
what would you conduct to identify aspects of the operating environment crucial to the commander’s decisionmaking
Intelligence preparation of the battlefield
____ is the unconditional obeying of international, foreign nation, federal, state, and local environmental rules, regulations, and guidelines that affect current operations
who is responsible for training the field sanitation team, maintaining waste disposal in the field, and inspecting unit activities and facilities to identify environmental issues and discrepancies
which of the following categories of soldiers are considered holdees
o Prisoners o Separatees o Patients
which of these statements concerning the personnel accounting and strength reporting system are true
o It is resourced in the table of the organization and equipment personnel authorization system o It is the functional responsibility of the personnel data base management work center and its tactical counterpart o It is deployed with the tactical force
the ____ may award specific decorations to members of the reserve component not in active federal service
Secretary of the Army
time in grade is computed from the ____
date of rank in the current grade
The _____ is awarded to units for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services for at least six continuous months during a period of military operations against an armed enemy occuring on or after 1 january 1944
Meritorious unit commendation
which of the following statements concerning the characterization of service are true
o It is of great significance to the Soldier o It will effect eligibility for veterans benefits and eligibility for reentry into the military service o It must accurately reflect the nature of the service performed
a reduction board must include which of the following
o officers and enlisted personnel of mature judgment and senior in grade or DOR to the person being considered for reduction. o At least one board member will be thoroughly familiar with the Soldier’s field of specialization (inefficiency cases only). o The board has an officer or senior enlisted member (or both) of the same gender as the Soldier being considered for reduction.
when equipment is turned in or transferred the equipment record folder is
kept with the equipment
which form is used to report work on Department of the Army-directed items under an approved sampling plan
DA Form 5990-E, Maintenance Request
in the unit level logistics system, the operational processes menu contains which of the following functions
o Services performed o Equipment dispatch and return o Maint faults
the great mobilization of world war ii increased the numbers of noncommissioned officers but also led to
inflation in grade structure
Which of the following components are a part of health promotion programs?
o Physical examinations o Dental examinations o Self-reported health information
Which method of supply discipline enforcement involves being proactive in supply operations?
What is used to confidentially assess your physical and psychological health based on emotional, social, spiritual, and family demensions?
Global Assessment Tool
The _____ relies on proactive, caring, and courageous Soldiers, family members, and Army civilians who recognize imminent danger and take immediate action to save a life.
Army Suicide Prevention Program
When reviewing identical sub-elements in consecutive years, ____ sub-elements must be reviewed in addition to those reviewed the previous year.
The chief of staff, Army Supply Excellence Award program supply support activity category has which of these levels?
o Level IV (A) o Level IV (B)
The purpose of the CSDP includes:
o Establishing supply discipline as regulatory guidance. o Standardizing supply discipline requirements.
____ is the conservation of material by every individual dealing with Army supplies.
Which inspection element are you using when you try to figure out the reason for a Soldier not complying?
Seek the root cause
The chief of staff, Army Supply Excellence Award program modification table of organization and equipment unit category has which of these levels?
o Level I (A) o Level I (B)
Which inspection principle are you applying if you call a Soldier to check on the progress of corrective actions?
What is the purpose of integrated training area management?
o Achieve optimum sustainable use of training lands by implementing a uniform program
Leaders should employ all available active and passive surveillance measures to:
o Identify Soldiers who may be engaging in high-risk behavior o Identify Soldiers who may be at risk based on behavior and stress indicators
The community Oral Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Program includes:
o Support the fluoridation of community water supplies. o Conducting education programs
Which of the following implements treatment programs to cope with work and family stress?
Behavioral Health Services
Which type of risk is concerned with the hazards that exist because of the presence of an enemy?
Who is excluded from SPC waivers?
o Stripes for education program Soldiers o CMF 18 Soldiers o Ranger School graduates
Which personnel accounting system will account for enlisted Soldiers upon initial entry to active duty?
Army Recruiting and Accession Data System (ARADS)
The Army Records Information Management System does which of the following?
o Simplifies recordkeeping o Improves records processing for deployed units in contingency operations o Provides a host of support services and automated tools on the web
The Medal of Honor is awarded by the ____
A Soldier must have at least ____ years of total active federal service for promotion to SFC?
Who handled battlefield communications for the continental Army?
o Drummer o Fifer
Which of the following statements concerning historical records are true?
o They must be controlled and kept safe from loss or damage o They may be consolidated in one or more binders o They are always filled out in ink or typewritten, unless specific instructions require pencil.
Due to the nature of conflict in Korea, noncommissioned officer recognition as battle leaders ___ compared to that of world war II.
Why should you use the active voice rather than the passive voice in Army writing?
o It makes the sentences clearer o It is direct, natural, and forceful
When computing the clarity index to target long words and sentences that make writing difficult to read, what is the target number of words per sentence for the average sentence length?
What violations of the Army standard for writing are you identifying when using the quick-screen editing tool?
o Long words o Jargon o Passive Voice o Misspelling
The __ enhances spiritual fitness through reflection and practice of a lifestyle based on personal qualities needed to sustain you during times of stress, hardship, and tragedy.
multi-dimensional total person concept
the standard for Army writing is writing that you can understand in a single ___ reading and that is generally free of errors in grammar, mechanics and, usage.
which of the following are writing style rules you and your staff should follow
– use the active voice – use short sentences that are15 words or shorter -put the bottom line or main idea first
what action do you take for implementing the quick-screen edit
read the writing once, highlight specific errors, and revise errors
the target clarity index is ___
In Europe NCOs first appeared with the emergence of what
over time early European NCOs became what
enforcers of camp discipline, Administrative managers, drill masters
____ were well suited to counter Indian hit and run tactics and to operate in the heavily wooded country around the colonial settlements
when at full strength a typical colonial infantry company included ___ ncos?
in which of the following ways did steuben’s blue book influence the office of NCO
made NCOs responsible for aimed volley fire, NCOs became essential figures in the linear tactics, NCOs were to the company commander responsible, continued to develop the NCO role as a caretaker
Army leaders like Maj, Gen Anthony Wayne and secretary of War Jefferson davis did what that affected NCO quality of life
took steps to ensure NCOs were treated with consideration and not berated in front of their men
the emergence of ___ clearly and significantly enhanced the NCOs role in combat
the color sergeant
as the army established posts beyond the Mississippi river, NCOs frequently found them selves on independent missions with a fair amount of discretion. they became highly proficient in which of the following
small-unit tactics, marching and camp in the wilderness, the supply of large groups, patrols
as a result of their missions in the west, NCOs developed a good deal of self reliance, resilience and capacity for
the gradual elimination of ___ after the civil war would redefine the NCOs combat leadership role
in the late 19th century the circumstance of the soldiers avoiding promotion to NCO was the result of what
low NCO pay
general john j pershing recommended in April 1918 that NCO training in ___ be ___
leadership skills, upgraded
the most important tactical lesson to emerge from the battles of the western front was the significance of
small unit actions
WW2 engaged ____% of the nations manpower
what resulted from the proliferation of NCOs
the creation of techs
in post WW2 era the army took steps to improve NCO training and education by implementing
the NCO academy system
which of the following are true characterizations of NCO academies during the Korean war period
few ncos attended, all phases emphasized how to teach, remained outside the Army formal school system
what did the military pay bill of 1958 accomplish
established the pay grades of E-8 and E-9
the irregular Korean terrain called for
small unit actions
what were some of the difficulties that NCOs faced during Vietnam
occasional insubordination and violence, polarization between younger and older soldiers, NCOs, and officers, bypassed as their roles as small unit leaders
to counter the severe NCO shortage in Vietnam the army created the
during the 70s approximately ___% of the army stationed in Europe confessed to drug use
by 1974 recruiting challenges had resulted in what
man power levels 20000 below authorization, only 4 of the 13 active component divisions being combat ready
the gulf war was one of the most lopsided victories in American military history, victory was declared in
what does Army health promotion do
Identifies community health needs, Develops health promotion programs to meet identified needs, evaluates program effectivness
what are the two main objectives of the army health program
Enhancing the well being of soldiers, and encouraging lifestyles that improve and protect physical health
the army health promotion program encompasses a variety of activities designed to facilitate behavioral and ___ changes to improve health
____ implements treatment programs to cope with work and family related stress
behavioral health services
what are the ASPP’s principle phases to mitigate the risk and impact to suicidal behaviors
intervention, prevention, postvention
you have been involved in two serious incidents of alcohol related misconduct so far this year. what punishment do you face?
which of the following are ergonomic risk factors
repetitive tasks, awkwardly situated computer chair, poorly lit office
the dental readiness program requires active duty soldiers to receive a dental exam _____
once per year
when your ___ are different than your stated values, you struggle with inner conflict
all soldiers and army civilians are expected to live by the tenets of professional army ___ and individual values that support the army way of life
designated smoking areas should be at least ___ feet from common areas
which are possible results of repeated violations of tobacco policies
immediate removal from activities, exclusion from activities or installation
which of the following training should be provided semi-annually?
substance abuse, sexual assault prevention, prevention of sexual harassment
you own a private weapon and live in the barracks. what must you do?
register it with the PMO, store it in the unit arms room
the CSF2’s program mission is to increase the following
psychological health, physical health, resilience
who is responsible for prescribing overall guidance for establishing and monitoring the CSDP
ACOM, ASCC, and DRU and equivalent commanders are responsible for
initiating intraservice support agreements
supply discipline is ___
the compliance with established DA regulations to effectively administer supply
the term ____ is synonymous with supply economy
stewardship of resources
a compilation of existing regulatory requirments as a single source listing organized by level of responcability or function is called a
in the requirement listing table, elements are identified by a ___ charter and sub elements by a ___ character
A minimum of ___ sub elements that are applicable to the unit or activity will be reviewed annually
direct support and general support supply operations are evaluated ___ by their higher headquarters
during an evaluation, evaluators will
record findings on each applicable listing entry, review the results of the last evaluation, brief the organization’s supervisor on the evaluation findings, notify the chain of command of repeat findings
each parent organization and higher command level will maintain a file of evaluations to include
date of evaluation, organization evaluated, findings and suspense dates, repeat findings
___ provides various administrative measures for accounting for lost, damaged and destroyed property
the best means of ensuring supply discipline is to be ___
which method of enforcement includes UCMJ action
units attaining a score within ___ % of the runner up score will be recognized as honorable mention units
which level of competition has only one sublevel
units or activities at which lvl’s are in the LVL 1 category
company, troop, battery , and detachment
who serves as the proponent for inspection policy, review and approve inspection guidance, and coordinates and conducts inspections
the ___ ensures National Guard organizations are properly uniformed, armed, equipped and trained for deployment
US army forces command commanding General
the ___ may serve as the OIP coordinator, if designated by the commander
which of the following responsibilities belong to the individuals conducting inspections
provide recommendations and training to correct problems identified during inspection, report deficiencies involving security breaches to IG
which inspection principle precludes inspection redundancies and complements other inspection activities
the OIP coordination inspection and audit into a ___, ___ program focused on command objectives
the Army NG and the reserves OIP will exist at all levels from ___ through state area command readiness support commands
excluding NG and reserves ICI will occur within the first ___ days of assumption of command
commanders will conduct SCIs following all ICIs and not later than ___ after completion of the new commanders ICI
the military conducts ____ to gather technical information pertaining to environmental conditions including conditions relating to safety and FHP
as nations industrialize, what can lead to conflicts with neighbors and can present health concerns to their population and to US military personal
inadequate environmental controls
when conducting full spectrum operations what must commanders balance
environmental protection and mission requirements
during mission analysis the commander and staff assess which types of risk
tactical and accident risk
who is the primary staff integrator for environmental consideration
what are some of the ways to reduce the logistics of storing, handling, or transporting HW
purchasing reusable alternatives, purchasing nonpolluting alt, implement recycling programs
if adequate planning is not done during ___ it will create a greater burden on the deploying force because of time constraints
what is an assessment or study on an area of interest in order to define the environmental state or condition of that property prior to use by military forces
what type of site s are often vital to a nations sense of identity
religious, cultural historical
as military forces redeploy, what type of survey must units preform to track all critical environmental issues before closing or transferring a camp
environmental site closure survey
which of the following are common environmental programs
HAZCOM, HW, HM, POL management
IT IS ___ and a ___ requirement to prevent oil and hazardous substance spills and to provide prompt response to contain and clean up spills
military policy, Clean water act
what is the army’s preferred way of determining installation environmental compliance status
____ employs a continual cycle of environmental policy’s checking and corrective actions; and management review
environmental management system
what are some areas in which commanders develop plans to support installation sustainability goals
soil and water conservation, energy conservation and recycling programs
what is a key part of the army’s commitment to realistic training according to doctrinal based standards and under realistic combat conditions
___ is the senior enlisted trainer and spokesperson, who enforces established environmental policies and standards for enlisted personal and ensure subordinate NCOS have done the same
the purpose of Army recordkeeping is to properly manage information from its creation through ____
the statutory authority for the ARIMS program is contained in
the federal records act of 1950
records that usually have no value beyond the business process are called
when a soldier is processed on the basis of multiple reasons for separation which guideline applies
the basis for each reason must be clearly established, if an admin board is required process according to AR 135-178, in a conflict specific requirements will be applied rather than general ones
all soldiers with ___ or more yrs of total service on the date of initiation of recommendation for separation have the right to an administrative separation board
upon being served a memo of notification when is the soldier required to sign and date the acknowledgement of receipt
on the date it was served
which of the following types of service characterization are authorized for admin seperation
honorable, general, under other than honorable conditions
commanders will take action to discharge a soldier for unsat performance when it is clearly established that
the ability to preform duties effectively is unlikely, there is a likelihood that the soldier will be disruptive, circumstances leading to separation will continue
the duty status of a soldier will be processed into the battalion database within ___ during wartime
what will be placed in the DD4187’s “has been verified” box
a soldier in which of the following situations would not be counted in an individual strength account
on short-term hospitalization, sick call, on leave, pass or TDY
A PAI will be conducted
at COC, at the direction of the chain of command, when the unit strength variance is 2% or more
awards will be based on the intended recipients
level of responsibility, manner of performance
who may recommend a soldier for a decoration
commander, supervisor, peer
awards for peace time service are made by the
president, SEC def, SEC of the Army
who promotes soldiers to the grade of SFC,MSG and SGM
for promotion to SPC 24 months TIS and ___ months TIG
for semi centralized promotion the promotion authority may waive which of the following requirements
which of the following are requirements for promotion to SFC
not barred, not ineligible to reenlist due to retirement or court martial, be a ALC grad
the state adjutant general may delegate promotion authority for ___ to commanders in authorized position of COL or higher
SFC through SGM
a reduction board will consist of at least ___ voting members
___ provide the leadership link to the operators and crew and support the achievement of the army maintenance standard
the automated process in ULLS___ all manual procedures
TAMMS has which of these record types
operational, historical, maintenance
what are the 4 categories of maintenance processes with in ULLS
operational processes, equipment data reports/updates, support
unless otherwise instructed, historical records are always filled out with a
blue/ black pen, typed
concerning maintenance processes which of the following functions in the ULLS provides hard copy reports
parts received and not installed, service scheduled
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