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SEJPME II Module Tests. QUESTIONS BANK from Module 2 to Module 22. Complete A+ Guide.

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MODULE 2 1) _____ is a violent struggle among state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over the relevant population(s). It favors indirect and asymmetric approaches, though it may em... ploy the full range of military and other capacities, in order to erode an adversary's power, influence, and will. [objective51] Asymmetric warfare Traditional war Joint warfare Irregular warfare 2) The President of the U.S. provides guidance for developing, applying, and coordinating the instruments of national power to achieve objectives that contribute to national security in the _____. [objective52] National Defense Strategy National Security Strategy Unified Command Plan National Military Strategy 3) The _____ is written guidance from the Secretary of Defense to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff for the preparation and review of contingency plans for specific missions. It includes the relative priority of the plans, specific force levels, and supporting resource levels. [objective53] Unified Command Plan Guidance for Employment of the Force Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan National Defense Plan 4) The statutory advisers to the National Security Council are the _____. [objective54] National Security Advisor and the Economic AdvisorDirector of National Intelligence and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Secretary of Homeland Security and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Director of Central Intelligence and the Attorney General 5) The operational chain of command runs directly from the President to the Secretary of Defense and then to the _____. [objective55] Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and then to the Combatant Commanders Combatant Commanders law 17) Approved rules of engagement (ROE) measures that lag behind the operational requirements create _____. [objective331] momentum legitimacy confidence risk18) The Staff Judge Advocate (SJA) is the lead for the rules of engagement (ROE) working group. [objective332] True False 19) A key goal of the rules of engagement (ROE) working group is to proactively develop ROE and respond to requests for additional ROE measures. [objective333] True False 20) Military commander authority is extended beyond unit forces to include contractors. [objective316] True False Module 24 - Defense Support of Civilian Authorities Post Test  Here is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made.  The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed.  Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents links not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status page contains 6 Questions 1) When a disaster strikes, which agency or entity may assume the role as incident commander? [objective335] [Remediation Accessed :N]DoD FEMA police chief governor 2) With respect to DSCA missions, which one of the following statements best characterizes DoD's role? [objective336] [Remediation Accessed :N] are limited in duration and scope are unlimited in duration and scope may only consist of those related to homeland defense (HD) may only consist of those related to homeland security (HS) 3) Who may approve requests from civil authorities or qualifying entities involving Federal military support for: law enforcement; civil disturbance operations; chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) events; and potentially lethal events? [objective340] SecDef Defense Coordinating Officer/Element (DCO/E) State Coordinating Officer (SCO) Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO)4) Who determines and retains the authority to establish and control the arming posture policy? [objective338] [Remediation Accessed :N] SecDef squadron commander USNORTHCOM Commander FORSCOM commander 5) Which of the following is NOT an appropriate role or responsibility for the Defense Coordinating Officer (DCO)? [objective339] [Remediation Accessed :N] approval authority for requests for assistance (RFAs) DoD representative in the disaster area validates resource request forms (RRFs) and accepts mission assignments from the Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) link between the primary agency representative and DoD 6) Under what conditions, if any, may DoD personal provide support to civil law enforcement agencies? [objective337] if the support is passive and indirect if the support involves coercive force if the support is to enforce evacuation orders under no circumstancesModule 24 - Defense Support of Civilian Authorities Post Test  Here is your test result.The dots represent the choices you have made.  The highlighted questions are the questions you have missed.  Remediation Accessed shows whether you accessed those links.'N' represents links not visited and 'Y' represents visited links. Back to Status page contains 4 Questions 1) If a State is overwhelmed by the severity and magnitude of a disaster or emergency, who may request assistance from the Federal government under the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act? [objective335] incident Commander mayor adjutant general governor 2) After a presidential disaster declaration (PDD) has been issued and Federal resources begin to mobilize to the State, what actions does USNORTHCOM take to ensure proper command and control of DoD Title 10 units? (Select all that apply.) [objective336] designate a military facility as a base support installation (BSI)designate the state adjutant general to assume control of Title 10 units assume the role as primary lead agency deploy a joint forces land component command forward (JFLCC FWD) headquarters authorize military personnel to carry individual service weapons; invoke the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act assume the role of incident commander; deploy emergency operations center (EOC) 3) Who is the approval authority for Title 10 personnel to carry individual service weapons during DSCA operations? [objective338] USNORTHCOM commander SecDef company commander FORSCOM commander 4) In addition to serving as a liaison to State, local, and other Federal agencies, who serves as the federal emergency management agency (FEMA) single point of contact for DoD support during DSCA operations? [objective339] [Remediation Accessed :N] Local Coordinating Officer (LCO) State Coordinating Officer (SCO)Federal Coordinating Officer (FCO) Defense Coordinating Officer (DCO) [Show More]

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