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US Army Armor School - US ARMY SEJMPE IISEJMPE 001 1) Which of the following is NOT a member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff? [Remediation Accessed :N] Vice Chairman of the Joint Chi... efs of Staff Commandant of the Coast Guard Chief of Naval Operations Commandant of the Marine Corps ________________________________________ 2) The purpose of the _____ is to delegate limited approval authority to the supported combatant commanders (USNORTHCOM and USPACOM), who have DSCA responsibilities for routine and historical requests for assistance (RFA) to provide a rapid and flexible DoD response to Federal primary agencies for potential, or actual, emergencies and or disasters within the U.S., territories, possessions, and protectorates. [Remediation Accessed :N] DoDI 2000.18 dual-status commander DSCA standing execution order DoDI 3025.18 ________________________________________ 3) Joint education can be broadly parsed into three categories: Joint Professional Military Education (JPME), Enlisted Joint Professional Military Education (EJPME), and other Joint Education. [Remediation Accessed :N] False True ________________________________________ 4) One of the most pressing health care issues facing the Armed Forces today is _____. [Remediation Accessed :N] maintaining height and weight standards preventing unwanted pregnancies preventing sexual harassment maintaining psychological health ________________________________________ 5) Select the answer that matches the following definition. Focuses on planning and execution of operations using operational art to develop strategies, campaigns, and operations and employ military forces by integrating ends, ways, and means. [Remediation Accessed :N] Political level Operational level Strategic level Tactical level ________________________________________ 6) To be successful, a joint force commander must be able to influence and coordinate a diverse coalition of joint and multinational forces as well as civilian agencies and groups. What are some of the civilian groups the JFC must consider? (Select all that apply.) [Remediation Accessed :N] Nongovernmental organizations Host nation agencies Multinational forces State and local militias ________________________________________ 7) The _____ is the primary intelligence organization that provides support to the combatant commands at the operational and tactical levels. National Intelligence Support Team (NIST) Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC) Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center (DJIOC) Joint Intelligence Support Element (JISE) ________________________________________ 8) Offensive actions that are focused against decisive points, while allocating the minimum essential combat power to defensive operations, is an action in the _____ phase. [Remediation Accessed :N] dominate deter seize shape ________________________________________ 9) _____ generally are governed by various directives and agreements and do not require a joint operation plan (OPLAN) or operation order (OPORD) for execution. [Remediation Accessed :N] Commitment of forces Continuity of operations Advance measures Engagement activities ________________________________________ 10) When JFCs consider incorporating combinations of contiguous and noncontiguous AOs with linear and nonlinear operations, they choose the combination that fits the operational environment and the purpose of the operation. Which of the following combinations describe a typical sustained offensive and defensive operation against powerful, echeloned, and symmetrically organized forces and where the forward line of own troops focus combat power and protect sustainment functions? [Remediation Accessed :N] linear operations in contiguous AOs linear operations in noncontiguous AOs nonlinear operations in contiguous AOs nonlinear operations in noncontiguous AOs ________________________________________ 11) Which of the following joint logistic imperatives links the mission, commander's intent, and operational objectives to core logistic capabilities, procedures, and organizations? Execution Assessment Planning Control ________________________________________ 12) Who is responsible for the organization and employment of legal personnel assigned or attached to a joint task force headquarters? [Remediation Accessed :N] Joint Force Commander Staff Judge Advocate Geographic Combatant Commander SecDef ________________________________________ 13) Who is responsible for assigning forces and resources to combatant commands? [Remediation Accessed :N] Supporting Combatant Commander Supported Combatant Commander SecDef Commander, Joint Chiefs of Staff ________________________________________ 14) _____ emphasizes planning for the next phase of operations or sequels to the current operation. [Remediation Accessed :N] Future plans Future operations plans Current operations plans Theater-strategic plans ________________________________________ 15) In contingency planning, the _____ identifies the specific forces, functional support, and resources required to execute the plan, and it provides closure estimates for their flow into the theater. commander's estimate base plan CONPLAN OPLAN ________________________________________ 16) In APEX, what does the EXORD define? [Remediation Accessed :N] Time to initiate operations and guidance not provided earlier Expected impact of the selected COA Supporting commander's formal tasking for the execution of the mission Planning activities allowed in advance of formal COA selection by the President and/or SecDef ________________________________________ 17) The principles of C2 are: Survivable, Sustainable, Protected, Responsive Collect, Transport, Process, Share Interoperability, Collection, Commonality, Compatibility Simplicity, Span of Control, Unit Integrity, Interoperability ________________________________________ 18) The _____ serves as the JFC's principal organization to draft the commander's information dissemination policy and coordinates information management functions within the joint force. NETOPS Security Center Joint Network Operations Control Center Theater Network Operations Control Center Joint Information Management Board ________________________________________ 19) By definition, fires are the use of _____. [Remediation Accessed :N] weapon systems or other actions to create a specific lethal or nonlethal effect on a target lethal weapon systems to destroy an specific enemy equipment, infrastructure, and manpower any action to cause an effect within the operational environment any lethal and nonlethal weapon systems ________________________________________ 20) A coalition can best be described as _____. a relationship that results from a formal agreement such as a treaty those willing to participate an ad-hoc arrangement between two or more nations for common action a union overseen by an intergovernmental organization such as the United Nations ________________________________________ 21) Select the answer that matches the following definition. This type of command is established on a geographical or functional area, with a mission that is limited and specific. [Remediation Accessed :N] Subordinate Unified Command Joint Task Force Unified Combatant Command Specified Combatant Command ________________________________________ 22) Doctrinal, manning, and organizational considerations are what part of the joint intelligence architecture planning process? [Remediation Accessed :N] Systems architecture planning Operational architecture planning Technical architecture planning Logistical architecture planning ________________________________________ 23) What effect(s) can occur when commanders retain tactical level decision-oriented CCIRs at the operational level in lieu of decentralizing CCIRs associated with decentralized decision approval levels? slows subordinates' agility adds unnecessary reporting requirements shifts HQ's focus away from setting conditions All of the answers are correct ________________________________________ 24) To facilitate component and stakeholder awareness of CCIRs, where can commanders post CCIRs and their statuses? commander's dashboard web portal operations centers All of the answers are correct ________________________________________ 25) In order to help support the commanders' decision-making process, the staff must understand the commanders' information needs. What is a good starting point to focus the staff and its limited resources to provide relevant information to support decision-making? commander's critical information requirements (CCIR) knowledge management plan (KMP) digital rules of engagement operations plan (OPLAN) ________________________________________ 26) Which of the following statements about knowledge management plans (KMP) is TRUE? [Remediation Accessed :N] The KMP is an all-inclusive authoritative document and therefore should not need to be supplemented with training to implement the procedures. The KMP design should be agile and flexible to keep pace with the rapidly changing information sharing environment as directed by the commander and Chief of Staff. Focus processes to share information with stakeholders who are in your communications network only. ________________________________________ 27) Support your liaison officers to other agencies by providing them regular guidance from your agency. An example of this is to _____. [Remediation Accessed :N] encourage them to mainly provide support to the areas where they have experience fully understand their role in the agency they are being assigned to involve them in your internal updates and assessments remove them from the information management plan ________________________________________ 28) Which of the following choices best summarizes the attributes and importance of mission command in today's complex environment? [Remediation Accessed :N] Mission command is a continual process that seeks to understand the intent of our adversaries, while setting the conditions a force must establish to accomplish the mission. Mission command involves a continual effort of adherence to mission-type orders, being careful not to spend too much time on clarifying intent, and instilling trust among subordinates. Mission command is a systematic and mechanical process that relates to how commanders conduct decentralized execution based on the intent of their leaders. Mission command is a continual effort to understand the environment, clearly convey the intent of the operation, and build trust with subordinates and partners. ________________________________________ 29) In apportioning forces to accomplish both assigned tasks and the tasks of the supported commanders, what is a key responsibility of the supporting commander? [Remediation Accessed :N] taking the time to ascertain the supported commander's requirements remaining involved and arbitrate any differences between the supported commander and the establishing authority coordinating the specific functions between all military departments or forces assigned to the operation requesting liaison and directing of reporting requirements ________________________________________ 30) In the case of Haiti, Gen Fraser (USSOUTHCOM Commander), his staff and components had little time to react to the immediate life-saving requirements demanded by the operational environment. As time passed, the design was refined through which of the following action(s)? (Select all that apply) [Remediation Accessed :N] awareness through internal efforts intense media coverage external stakeholders ________________________________________ 31) Which of the following statement(s) describes the benefit of the adaptive planning process? (Select all that apply.) [Remediation Accessed :N] allows for continual update and shared awareness of the plans ensures each of the contingency plans take into account national interests so that actions addressing one contingency do not inadvertently impact U.S. national interests in another area centers on a strategic-level "Capstone" plan that provides the framework for other plans that address contingencies that could happen in the geographic combatant command's areas of responsibility ________________________________________ 32) Which statement best describes what is meant by the term "battle for the narrative?" struggle to be first to control the messages that only the adversaries will hear in order to inform and/or influence their beliefs and perspectives challenge of constructing similar strategic narratives distributed throughout multiple networks to reinforce the beliefs, perceptions, attitudes, and behaviors of our coalition partners and host nation governments race to exploit and change the perceptions of our international partners in order to forward the goals and intentions of the U.S. Government and its allies ongoing "information war" between competing nations, entities, and/or ideologies to gain superiority over the adversary's narrative and align communication efforts ________________________________________ 33) No matter what staff organization a commander decides upon, there is a need to add a/an _____ activity to the battle rhythm. [Remediation Accessed :N] communication-related key audience-related action-related operation-related ________________________________________ 34) Planning for communication strategy involves the careful alignment of themes and messages with interagency organizations and other stakeholders. True False ________________________________________ 35) Strategic communication _____. (Select all that apply.) seeks to align joint task force actions, words, and images is an integral part of the commander's overall strategy it is nested with strategic communication efforts does not apply to subordinate units ________________________________________ 36) Which of the following are key elements of a communication strategy? [Remediation Accessed :N] condition, opportunity, and audience narrative, theme, and message words, actions, and audience stability, peace, and prosperity ________________________________________ 37) Those responsible for identifying and understanding the key audiences are also responsible for _____. (Select all that apply.) assigning which action-agent will engage each of the key audiences determining how to inform and/or influence audiences establishing a separate planning effort crafting themes and messages ________________________________________ 38) Which of the following actions may help overcome the staff organization challenge of integrating communication-related activities? [Remediation Accessed :N] creating a passive communication posture ensure these tasks are led only by the J3 or J5 ensure there is no divide between primary agency "inform" role and "influence" activities establish some form of communication directorate or cell ________________________________________ 39) For the execution of a successful communication strategy, staff synchronization _____. (Select all that apply.) relies on informed commander's guidance begins at the execution phase of operations integrates products requires cross-talk and cross-representation does not impact actions, words, and images breaks down staff planning into clearly defined major subsets ________________________________________ 40) Which of the following is a drawback/challenge of the J-code structure? [Remediation Accessed :N] Tendency for information and knowledge to get "stove-piped" within the directorates Maintaining a current and accurate North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) or other billet description Adds significant interoperability issues to clear accountability and authority lines ________________________________________ 41) Regardless of mission, size, or scope, the creation of an effective staff battle rhythm starts with _____. higher headquarters demands the commander the joint planning team the J3 ________________________________________ 42) _____ within the region will be frequently spawned by displacement, refugee flow, humanitarian emergencies, and other regionally destabilizing dislocations. Interstate conflicts Internal conflicts International governance Transnational terrorism ________________________________________ 43) Which headquarters processes are considered to be the overarching staff integrating processes used to support decision-making? [Remediation Accessed :N] design, planning, and targeting design, planning, and assessment planning, targeting, and synchronization planning, targeting, and assessment ________________________________________ 44) Under which of the of the following staff organization options is there is an additional focus on nonlethal planning and execution? traditional (Separate JFE and J39) J3 effects coordination center (ECC) inform and influence center ________________________________________ 45) How can the sustainment community provide better support to the components and the commander's decision-making? The sustainment community provides better support when it comes together as a team that is fully integrated across the staff. The sustainment community provides better support when it focuses closer on the tactical fight. The sustainment community provides better support when its numbers of available staff personnel are commensurate with the size of the tactical force it is designated to support. ________________________________________ 46) Which of the following statements is true regarding organizing the various staff sections as a sustainment team? The sustainment team should always be organized under the oversight of a deputy commanding general - support (DCG-S). Organizing the staff as a sustainment team is never effective at the component level and below. The primary JFC staff sections that would make up the sustainment team include the J1, J4, J8, Engineer, Surgeon, Legal, and Chaplain. ________________________________________ 47) Which of the following is a criterion in conducting assessments using measures of performance (MOP)? [Remediation Accessed :N] straight forward and are drawn directly from assigned tasks in the plan used to assess changes in system behavior, capability, or operational environment upfront correct determination of measures-of-effectiveness planning enable an accurate visualization of progress toward mission accomplishment ________________________________________ 48) What is the purpose of the color-coding approach used in staff assessment products (i.e., green - on plan, amber - off plan but okay, etc.)? (Select all that apply.) [Remediation Accessed :N] these allow tracking over time of progress these provide understanding for the operational commander and a common framework to allow sharing and discussion among commanders these inform commander's intent, guidance for design and planning, and prioritization ________________________________________ 49) In non-combat situations during non-combatant evacuation or personnel recovery operations, requests for rules of engagement (ROE) permitting the use of riot control agents can be requested at the last minute. [Remediation Accessed :N] False True ________________________________________ 50) These commands are established by combatant commanders when authorized by the Secretary of Defense through the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to conduct operations on a continuing basis in accordance with the criteria set forth for unified commands. They may be established on a geographic area basis such as U.S. Forces Japan or on a functional basis such as Special Operations Command, Pacific. combatant commands subordinate unified commands joint task forces functional component commands ________________________________________ 1) Regardless of when or where employed, the Armed Forces of the United States abide by U.S. values, the standards for the profession of arms, and _____. [objective62] Geneva convention constitutional principles military law uniformed code of military justice ________________________________________ 2) Jointness implies cross-Service combination wherein the _____of the joint force is understood to be synergistic, with the sum greater than its parts. [objective63] capability size components identity ________________________________________ 3) Effective joint learning relies on close coordination of training and education. As individuals _____ within their military specialties, they acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for positions of increased responsibilities. [objective64] mature and develop get promoted gain position deploy ________________________________________ 4) A thorough understanding of the _____ is essential to mission command. [objective65] [Remediation Accessed :N] situation commander's intent chain of command risks ________________________________________ 5) The _____ Program is an integrative and holistic framework to better understand, assess, and maintain the fitness of the joint force. [objective71] Wounded Warrior Total Force Fitness (TFF) Physical Fitness Testing (PFT) Performance Evaluation ________________________________________ 6) Recognizing potentially hazardous or negative situations in advance is crucial to being prepared to prevent them from occurring to begin with. With experience and maturity, the ability to instinctually recognize signs of potential trouble increases. [objective67] False True ________________________________________ 7) Which hostile environment often presents complex emotional and ethical dilemmas? [objective68] major combat operations humanitarian assistance operations support for civil authorities irregular warfare environment ________________________________________ 8) The use of social media to conduct official government business is forbidden. [objective69] True False ________________________________________ 9) Symptoms of _____ include depression, substance abuse, problems of memory and cognition, and other physical and mental health problems. It is also associated with difficulties in social or family life, including occupational instability, marital problems, family discord, and difficulties in parenting. [objective70] psychiatric disorder syndrome psychological trauma dysfunction traumatic brain injury post-traumatic stress disorder ________________________________________ 10) Successful teamwork in the joint environment requires trust, confidence, and _____. [objective66] cooperation clear rules of engagement time to develop close supervision 1) Select the answer that matches the following definition. This purpose of joint operations is to project power in areas in which access and freedom to operate are challenged. [objective72] [Remediation Accessed :N] Provide a stabilizing presence Deter and defeat aggression Project power despite anti-access/area denial challenges Maintain a safe, secure, and effective nuclear deterrent ________________________________________ 2) Select the answer that matches the following definition. This purpose of joint operations is to maintain an arsenal capable of deterring potential adversaries and to assure U.S. allies and other security partners that they can count on America's security commitments. [objective73] [Remediation Accessed :N] Maintain a safe, secure, and effective nuclear deterrent Provide a stabilizing presence Project power despite anti-access/area denial challenges Deter and defeat aggression ________________________________________ 3) The purpose of a(n) _____ action is to seize, retain, and exploit the initiative. [objective74] objective maneuver offensive mass ________________________________________ 4) A(n) _____ is a sequence of tactical actions with a common purpose or a unifying theme. These may entail the process of carrying on combat, including movement, supply, attack, defense, and maneuvers needed to achieve the objective of any battle or campaign. [objective75] task mission operation function ________________________________________ 5) _____ requires a visible and enduring presence, and includes civil support and other requirements to protect and control civil populations and territory, whether they are friendly, hostile or neutral. [objective76] Large-scale combat Security Military engagement Relief and reconstruction ________________________________________ 6) Some services have an emphasis that vacillates between combat, law enforcement, and safety patrols. This demonstrates which key element to remember when working with other services? [objective83] size and capacity vs. speed and flexibility static vs. dynamic mission sets centralized vs. decentralized approach base-centric vs. ship-centric ________________________________________ 7) The _____ exercise ADCON through their respective Service Chiefs over the Service. [objective78] [Remediation Accessed :N] Functional Combatant Commanders Secretaries of the Military Departments Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Combatant Commanders ________________________________________ 8) The _____ is the principal assistant to the President in all matters relating to the DoD. [objective79] Inspector General of the DoD JCS Vice Chairman Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff SecDef ________________________________________ 9) Select the answer that matches the following definition. This type of command is established by unified combatant commanders, and conducts operations on continuing basis using specified criteria. [objective80] Joint Task Force Specified Combatant Command Unified Combatant Command Subordinate Unified Command ________________________________________ 10) The _____ system provides many things, including the means by which the President and the SecDef can receive warnings and intelligence so that accurate and timely decisions can be made. [objective81] National Military Command Joint Force Commander's Communication Defense Continuity Nuclear Command and Control ________________________________________ 11) As an example of General vs. Specialized Enlisted Forces, Navy and Air Force Service members, accustomed to working with enlisted personnel who are specialized technicians, may approach joint staff work from a more _____ perspective than that of their ground Service member counterparts. [objective82] centralized assessing technical or managerial static ________________________________________ 12) _____ includes restoring essential civil services, counterinsurgency, and humanitarian crises, while embarking on other supporting missions and tasks. [objective77] [Remediation Accessed :N] Relief and reconstruction Security Large-scale combat Military engagement 1) Intelligence analysts must communicate a degree of analytical confidence to help intelligence consumers decide how much weight to place on an intelligence assessment when making a decision. [objective84] [Remediation Accessed :N] True False ________________________________________ 2) The _____ validates or produces a baseline Dynamic Threat Assessment for each Joint Strategic Capabilities Plan (JSCP) directed plan. [objective102] Defense Intelligence Agency National Security Agency Federal Bureau of Investigation Central Intelligence Agency ________________________________________ 3) What two features distinguish intelligence from information? [objective86] [Remediation Accessed :N] Consists of the synthesis of quantitative analysis and qualitative judgment with an assigned degree of confidence to the analytical conclusion Allows anticipation or prediction of future situations and circumstances Provides raw, factual information on a wide variety of subjects Contributes to or shapes the commander's decision making process ________________________________________ 4) Commanders use intelligence to _____. (Select all that apply.) [objective87] visualize and understand all dimensions of the OE support a predictive estimate of the situation understand adversary capabilities and intentions ________________________________________ 5) Commanders use intelligence to _____. (Select all that apply.) [objective88] understand adversary capabilities and intentions support a predictive estimation of the situation visualize and understand all dimensions of the OE ________________________________________ 6) Collection activities acquire and extract data from the operational environment such that Processing and Exploitation can convert that data into information to be used during Analysis and Production to refine into _____ to satisfy Requests for Information (RFI) or the commander's Priority Intelligence Requirements (PIR). [objective89] intelligence translation data fee information ________________________________________ 7) Which of the following are true when forming priority intelligence requirements (PIR)? (Select all that apply.) [objective90] [Remediation Accessed :N] The JFC's PIRs should be prioritized to the most urgent intelligent requirements Staff must be aware of intelligence requirements of higher, adjacent, subordinate and supporting elements Identified PIRs should be combined for each phase of a complex operation PIRs will drive collection and production requirements ________________________________________ 8) What is the definition of collection requirements management? [objective91] Matching intelligence collection requirements with appropriate collection capabilities Analyzing the priority intelligence requirements against existing elements of essential information Matching the commander's critical information requirements with other intelligence operations Synchronizing the timing of collection with the operational scheme of maneuver and with other intelligence operations ________________________________________ 9) Who is/are responsible for providing maps, charts, digitized products, and precise geodetic coordinates? Collection Managers Geospatial Information and Services Officer Targeteers Intelligence Analysts ________________________________________ 10) Match each intelligence product category to its brief description. [objective93] a) Involves the integration of time-sensitive, all-source intelligence and information into concise, objective reporting on the current situation in a particular area. b) Examines foreign developments in basic and applied sciences and technologies with warfare potential, particularly enhancements to weapon systems; addresses overall weapon systems, tactics analysis, and equipment effectiveness. c) Results from the fusion of identity attributes (biologic, biographic, behavioral, and reputational information related to individuals) and other information and intelligence associated with those attributes collected across all intelligence disciplines. d) Information gathered and activities conducted to identify, deceive, exploit, disrupt, or protect against espionage, other intelligence activities, sabotage, or assassinations conducted for or on behalf of foreign powers, organizations, or persons, or their agents, or international terrorist organizations or activities. e) Forecasts of current or potential situations with implications for planning and executing military operations; includes a description of relevant actors' capabilities, and reporting of their activities, and it analyzes known factors using techniques such as pattern analysis, inference, and statistical probability to address unresolved variables. f) Portrays and locates the components of a target or target complex, networks, and support infrastructure, and indicates its vulnerability and relationship to the enemy Centers of Gravity (COG); consists of analysis of physical and virtual attributes and signatures as well as Battle Damage Assessment (BDA) resulting from the application of lethal or non-lethal military force. g) Provides a distinct communication to a decision maker about threats against U.S. security, interests, or citizens; carries a sense of urgency, implying the decision maker should take action to deter or mitigate the threat's impact. h) Focuses on the military capabilities of foreign countries and organizations to include non-state actors, and other topics that could affect potential US or multinational military operations. Scientific and Technology Intelligence Counterintelligence Target Intelligence Current Intelligence Warning Intelligence General Military Intelligence Estimative Intelligence Identity Intelligence ________________________________________ 11) This intelligence product category results from the fusion of identity attributes and other information and intelligence associated with those attributes collected across all intelligence disciplines. [objective94] Warning Intelligence Identity Intelligence General Military Intelligence Target Intelligence ________________________________________ 12) What category of intelligence is produced for the President, Congress, Secretary of Defense, senior military leaders and Combatant Commanders? [objective95] [Remediation Accessed :N] Doctrinal Theater strategic National strategic National security ________________________________________ 13) Advance scouts report that a key bridge crossing is being defended by two tank platoons supported by a reinforced infantry brigade. Which of the following type of intelligence does this represent? [objective96] [Remediation Accessed :N] Operational Theater strategic Tactical National ________________________________________ 14) Prior to planning for operations in support of the JFC OPLAN an intelligence brief is presented to the planning staff. Which one of the ten principles of intelligence does this represent? [objective97] Integrity Collaboration Synchronization Prioritization ________________________________________ 15) Match each intelligence description to its product category. [objective98] a) Vulnerable to incomplete information and adversary deception, but should never be avoided because it helps JFCs determine enemy intentions and capabilities. b) Results in a finished intelligence product that provides the most accurate and complete picture possible of what is known about an activity. c) Requires that all intelligence sources and methods be applied in concert with the operations plan and operations order. d) Relies on unhindered access to and sharing of all relevant information and can take many forms such as competitive analysis, brain storming, and federation. Prediction Synchronization Fusion Collaboration ________________________________________ 16) The JTF J2 should have personnel knowledgeable in foreign disclosure policy and procedures and should obtain necessary foreign disclosure authorization from DIA as soon as possible. [objective99] True False ________________________________________ 17) Identify the National Intelligence member that has overall responsibility for intelligence support to the President and the day-to-day management of the intelligence community. [objective100] Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence Director of National Intelligence ________________________________________ 18) The _____ is the primary intelligence organization that provides support to the combatant commands at the operational and tactical levels. [objective101] National Intelligence Support Team (NIST) Joint Intelligence Operations Center (JIOC) Defense Joint Intelligence Operations Center (DJIOC) Joint Intelligence Support Element (JISE) ________________________________________ 19) Technology is often applied against what common analyst challenge? [objective85] CCIR management Information overload Subjective assessments Replacing cross staff collaboration ________________________________________ Module 5 - Joint Intelligence Post Test 1) Automation technology can be used to reduce the burden of sorting through large amounts of _____ to enable an analyst to correlate various sets of _____ to make an assessment. [objective84] data, information intelligence, data information, intelligence data, intelligence ________________________________________ 2) Analysis is a synthesis of quantitative analysis and qualitative judgment and therefore rarely subject to competing interpretations. [objective86] False True ________________________________________ 3) After intelligence requirements are established, the staff reviews organic information sources for answers to requirements. If a requirement cannot be met from local sources then the _____. [objective90] staff issues a Request for Information (RFI) JFC refines the PIR to match available intelligence staff requests JFC for justification of PIR staff rejects JFC's PIR ________________________________________ 4) What level of intelligence supports joint operations across the range of military operations in an area of responsibility and determines the current and future capabilities of adversaries that could affect the national security and U.S. or allied interests? [objective95] Force strategic Operational National strategic Theater strategic ________________________________________ 5) An intelligence report is received by the JFC detailing the capabilities and safe houses of an extremist group operating in its area of regard. What type of intelligence does this represent? [objective96] Tactical Theater strategic Operational Human ________________________________________ [Show More]

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