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13. What is the covert mission?

Where actor is denied, but action is not disguised

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15. What is the target of opportunity?

Targets which were not targeted and the success is with the attacking element

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32. What do you use to destroy steel bridge?

By using the steel cutting formula and advance formulas

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35. What is the component of substructure?

Intermediate support and abutments

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28. What is most vulnerable points of highway systems?

Location where the enemy cannot reestablish movement by making a short detour

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24. What are the three types of demolition?

Reserved, Deliberate, and Hasty

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39. What do you use to destroy intermediate support?

By using the placing charge in 45 degree angle

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8. What are the three types of Locomotives?

Diesel-electric, Electric, and Steam

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38. What formula use to destroy abutment more than 5 feet thick?

By using the breaching formulas

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17. What is tactical target?

Targets that will have a direct impact on the military

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1. What makes railroad system be good target for unconventional forces?

Easy to access, and takes small amount of effort to create huge effect

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29. What are the two factors use for identify highway bridge?

Superstructure and Load-carrying member

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3. Track destruction should be accomplished at:

Curves, switches, frogs, and crossovers

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22. What is critical point of locomotive?

Fuel Tank, Journal Box, Main Generator

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34. What should you focus on for suspension bridges?

Towers and cables

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31. What do you use to destroy concrete bridge?

By using the breaching formulas

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20. What is critical damage point?

A target component that will stop the operation or output of the complex

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41. In bridge construction, which side do you initiate the charge?

Friendly side

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25. What is reserved demolition?

Pre-planned explosive that controlled at a specific level of command.

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26. What is requirement of deliberate demolition?

Deliberate demolition requires sufficient time and effort to prepare

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2. What is Railroad system priority of attack?

Division HQ/Signal links
Yard terminals and control centers
Track and structures
Locomotives
Rolling Stocks

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37. What is Triple Nickel 40?

5 feet deep borehole
5 feet behind the face of abutment
5 feet on center
40lbs cratering charge

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27. When do you use hasty demolition?

When time is insufficient, at denied area

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6. What is “T” type demolition well in tunnel destruction?

750 lbs per ends of the well that have a 15 ft thick “Burden”

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18. What is strategic target?

Targets that will have a direct impact on the nation’s economy

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11. What is MTF stand?

Mission Tasking Packages

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4. What is the minimum gap of rail destruction?

At minimum 20 feet

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7. True or False: Railroad are most vulnerable to unconventional warfare forces?

True

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36. What formula use to destroy abutment up to 5 feet thick?

Triple Nickel 40

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9. What is 10-2-1 rule?

Use of railroad destruction.
10 charges, 2 feet apart, 1 blocks of TNT