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1

Rover IV System frequency Bands

C, L, S, KU,

2

Two types of coordinated attacks

combined and sectored

3

JPF stands for

Joint Programmable Fuze

4

Timing options associated with coordinated attacks are

simultaneous, sequential and random

5

Operating altitude block for FW

High: Above 15,000 Ft AGL
Med: 8000-15,000 Ft AGL
Low: 500-8000 Ft AGL
Very Low: Below 500 Ft AGL

6

Three Types of Enemy Defense Converage

Area, Point and Self Defense

7

T/F: The AH-1Z Super Cobra is capable of "seeing" a laser using the TSS sensor

FALSE

8

Danger Close for ARTY and NSFS is

600m and 750m

9

Attack helicopters use the ________ as the basic flight element

Section

10

T/F: JTACs and aircrews will may use LSTs as the sole source for target verification

FALSE

11

Increase in diameter of a laser beam

Beam Divergence

12

Acronym CCA stands for

Close Combat Attack

13

Specific point within a BP that a single aircraft occupies while engaging targets

Firing Point (FP)

14

Visor-projected HUD

Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System
JHMCS

15

When employing a laser-guided Hellfire, A ceiling constraint of ________ and below is not optimal for employment and should be considered the minimum

500' AGL

16

PI stands for

Probability of Incapacitation

17

Least desirable method of enabling a tally on the target.

Marking friendlies

18

Launch modes for AGM 114 Hellfire

LOBL and LOAL

19

Three divisions of electric warfare

Electronic Attack
Electronic Protection
Electronic Warfare Support

20

When do you clear a B-52

When they call with 60 Seconds to go

21

______ is the focal point in all JAOC for all air support request for SOF, to include CAS

SOLE

22

Most accurate method to deliver unguided munitions

DIVING

23

Best weapons effect for attacking walls, roofs and destroying damaging machinery

BLAST

24

What is the difference between the coordinates generated for a target and the actual location of that target

Target Location Error (TLE)

25

Objectives of FAC(A)

Achieve GFC intent
Maximize and Integrate Fires
Mitigate Friendly Fire

26

Absorption of laser-radiated energy from any direction

Entrapment

27

Legal Imperatives of CDE JTAC must consider

Reasonable
Necessary
proportional

28

Operations conducted to divert, disrupt, delay or destroy the enemy's military potential before it can be brought to bear against friendly forces. Does not require detailed integration.

Air Interdiction

29

NFA, RFA and RFLs are examples of

Restrictive FSCMs

30

Attacking aircraft will provide the JTAC with a _________ on all bomb-on-coordinate CAS employments, regardless of the ordnance being employed

System Readback

31

Highly Identifiable geographic reference point designed to provide CAS aircraft with navigational update information for the final portion of an attack run

Initial Point

32

Two-barreled, air cooled AAA gun that fires 23mm

ZU-23

33

Mils using fingers

5 Fingers: 300 Mils
Fist: 180
4 Fingers: 125
3 Fingers: 100
2 Fingers: 70
1 Finger: 30

34

Three most common fuze modes

Instantaneous, Proximity and Delayed

35

CAT 3 TLE

CE 16-30 METERS

36

OT directions are sent to the FDC in Mils_____ and to the nearest _____ Mills

Mills grid to the nearest 10 mils

37

_________ SEAD seeks the destruction of the target system or operating personnel

Destructive

38

drawback associated with using shape charge or kinetic energy weapons on armored targets

Lack of visible damage to the target

39

Athority to control the maneuver and release of weapons to attacking aircraft

Terminal Attack Control
TAC

40

AGM 114 PRF codes

1111-1488

41

MQ-9 Air To Ground Weapons

AGM-114P
GBU-12
GBU- 38

42

JFO cannot provide___________ during CAS missions

Terminal Attack Control Clearance

43

Procedural airspace control method to separarte fixed and rotary wing aircraft by determining an altitude below which fixed-wing aircraft normally will not fly and RW will not fly above.

Coordination level

44

Troops in Contact

Ground forces receiving effective fire

45

___________ area in which specific restrictions are imposed and into which fires that exceed those restrictions will not be delivered without coordination

Restricted Fire Area

46

CAT 1 TLE

CE 0-6 METERS

47

5 Delivery profiles used by FW aircraft during CAS operations are:

Level, Loft, Dive, Dive Toss and Pop-Up

48

Durations for USMC SEAD

Continuous, Interrupted and Non-Standard

49

T/F: Specific levels of risk SHOULD be associated with each type of terminal attack control

FALSE

50

DAGR must be in what mode to use Fire Support Calc

Advanced

51

Target so damaged that it can neither function as intended nor be restored to a usable condition

Destroyed

52

RW Altitude Blocks

High: Above 3000' AGL
Med: 500'-3000' AGL
Low: Below 500' AGL

53

Specifically trained and qualified aviation officer who exercises control from the air.

FAC (A)

54

Unable to get a VDL with Aircraft

Hollow

55

a target the enemy commander requires for the successful completion of the mission

HVT

56

actions that provide electronic, mechanical, voice or visual communications that provide approaching aircraft and/or weapons additional info regarding a specific target location

Terminal Guidance Operations (TGO)

57

SCAR

Strike Coordination and Recon

58

JFC designated target requiring immediate response

Time Sensitive Target

59

consolidated list of selected targets, upon which there are no restrictions placed, considered to have military significance in the JFCs operational area

Joint Target List

60

GUA-8 fires what type of rounds

30mm HEI, API, TP

61

CBU 87
CBU 103

CEM
1000 lb bombs
103 has WCMD

62

______Line that delineates surface areas for the purpose of facilitating coordination and deconfliction of operations between adjacent units, formations, or areas. It is considered a ________

Boundary

Manuever

63

Airpower operations against enemy land force capabilities to create effects that achieve JFC objectives

Counterland operations

64

AC-130 U/W Weapon Systems

U: 105mm, 40mm, 25mm
W: 10x Griffin, 1x 30mm, 8x SDB (GBU 39)

65

Clearance to commence type 3 attack

"Cleared to Engage"

66

Two primary forms of Surface fires that support CAS missions

SEAD and Target MARKING

67

USMC Air Interdiction is referred to as

DEEP AIR SUPPORT
DAS

68

Three categories of limited visibility employment

Visual
System Aided
NVDs

69

114 Warheads
N, M, K, K2A

N- Thermobaric
M- Blast-Frag
K- Shape Charge
K2A- Shape Charge w/ Frag Sleeve

70

JDAMs are guided by

Intertial Navigation System (INS)
and GPS reciever

71

GBU 24

LLGB
2000

72

Nomenclature for the laser-guided Maverick missile

AGM-65E

73

How many Categories of TLE are there?

6

74

31v1 and 31v3

v1- Mk 84 body
v3-BLU 109 body
2000 lb bomb

75

CEP is associated with

Weapon Guidance System for PGMs
Aircraft Platform for GP Bombs
Delivery System for IDF

76

Airspace in which there is a concentrated employment of numerous and varied weapons and airspace users

High Density Airspace Control Zone
HIDACZ

77

Laser-Guided 2.75" Rocket

APKWS
Advanced Precision Kill Weapons System

78

LUU-2
LUU-19

LUU-2 OVERT parachute delivered, 4 mins of burn time
LUU-19 is near infrared model, 7 mins of burn time

79

FFA, CFL and FSCL are examples of

Permissive FSCM

80

Render enemy personnel or material incapable of interfering with a particular operation. Render ineffective or unusable.

Neutralized

81

JDAM

Joint Direct Attack Munition

82

Provides a 3D block of airspace in a target area, established by appropriate ground dimensional block of airspace in a target area, established by the GFC, in which friendly aircraft are reasonably safe from friendly surface fires

Airspace Coordination Area
ACA

83

GBU 54, 54v4 and v5

LGJDAM
500 lb
V4 BLU 126
V5 BLU 129

84

Occurs when the laser spot is larger that the intended target or when there is unsteady tracking of a target from LTD

Spill Over

85

Prioritized list of targets approved and maintained by the JFC

Joint Integrated Prioritized Target List
(JIPTL)

86

Two Types of CAS Request

Preplanned and Immediate

87

T/F: SCAR aircraft can locate for targets for striker aircraft and directs them onto those targets by providing TAC

FALSE

88

Mission place on ground/ship alert status to provide responsive air support to ground forces

GCAS

89

List of objects or entities submitted by component commanders, appropriate agencies, or the JFC's staff

Candidate Target List

90

OT Factor for 4500 meters

OT Factor of 4

91

GBU 12, 16, 10

LGB
500
1000
2000

92

CAS Game plan

Type Control, Method of Attack, Ordnance/Effects, Interval

93

The ______ will define the risk

Tactical Situation

94

CAT 2 TLE

CE 7-15 METERS

95

________ Performs C2 or liaison functions according to mission requirements and is directed by the JFSOC. Focal point for cas request for SOF units in support of conventional joint or Service force

SOCCE

96

Visually acquiring the target and geometry of the Aircraft

Type 1 Control

97

GBU 38, 32, 31

500, 1000, 2000
JDAM
INS/GPS

98

The translation of the air apportionment decision into total number of sorties available by aircraft type for each operation or task

Air Allocation

99

IDF/Aircraft separation by distance is preferred because

it allows for continuous attacks of SEAD targets

100

4 Types of separation with CAS and IDF

Latitude
Altitude
Latitude and Altitude
Time

101

Establishing a coordinating altitude for an aircraft or establishing a ROZ would be an example of _____ control, while tracking aircraft using radar or an IFF system would be considered ______ control.

Procedural and Positive

102

Two types of Airspace Coordination Areas

Formal and Informal

103

T/F: When given an offset, aircraft are restricted to maneuvering along the run-in heading and the side the offset was given

TRUE

104

Carries the largest weapons payload in the USAF

B-1B

105

Counterland operations are supported by two types

AI and CAS

106

Error of target coordinates in the horizontal ground plane

Circular Error (CE)

107

Clearance to simulate the release of ordnance during a type 3 CAS mission

"Type 3, continue Dry"

108

Incendiary

Mk 77

109

Document used to disseminate to components, subordinate units and C2 agencies the projected sorties, caps, and/or forces to targets and specific missions.

Air Tasking Order
ATO

110

Most important advantage of night and adverse weather CAS is

limitations on enemy optical-directed AAA and Optically/IR guided SAMs

111

LGB have a limited _________ and therefor must be oriented so that the target falls within that zone

Field of view

112

Mission on airborne alert status in the vicinity of ground forces that expect to encounter enemy resistance

XCAS

113

AIR stands for

Air Inflatable Retarder

114

The principle effects achieved by CAS are _____, ______ and _______

Destruction, neutralization, suppression

115

General Purpose Bombs
Mk-82
Mk-83
Mk-84

500
1000
2000

116

Collateral damage is NOT unlawful so long as it is not _______ in light of the overall military advantage expected to gained.

Excessive

117

MANPAD

Man Portable Air Defense System

118

Purpose of a fuze is to provide an ___ and ____

Arming Delay and Functioning Delay.

119

T/F when using BOT attack, the attacking aircraft must call "Tally" on the target to receive clearance from the JTAC

False

120

2.75 covert (near infrared) Rocket

M278

121

Line 3 for RW is given in

Meters to the nearest hundred

122

The two general classes of fuzes used in aviation ordnance are _____ and _____.

Mechanical and Electrical

123

Document implementing the airspace control plan that provides the details of the approval request for airspace coordinating measures

Airspace Control Order

124

Temporary Degradation of a weapon system below the level needed to fulfill its mission objectives

Suppressed

125

CAS is conducted at the ______ and is linked to the _____

Tactical Level and Operational Level

126

______Is a maneuver control measure used by land forces for control and coordination operations. Identifies limits of advance, control of joint fires, or to define AO

Phase Line

127

Ratio which 50% of weapons will impact

Circular Error Probable

128

T/F: During the 5-Line RW CAS brief brief is NOT clearance to fire

TRUE

129

155m light weight howitzer that replaced the M198

M777

130

Trained service member who can request, adjust and control surface-to-surface fires, provide targeting information in support of Type 2 and 3 Attacks.

Joint Fires Observer

131

SOFLAM PRF range

1111-1788

132

What does WCMD stand for

Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser

133

MAX or is passed in what standard for artillery

Meters AGL

134

Appointed by the president and SecDef

Joint force Commander

135

Most overlooked aspect of maneuver and fire support planning

Rehearsal

136

Unintentional or incidental injury or damage to persons or objects that would not be lawful military targets in the circumstances ruling at the time.

Collateral Damage

137

For UAS a ______ will be passed instead of a FAH when using an AGM 114

Final Weapons Heading

138

Refers to the division of EW involving the use of EM energy, directed energy, or anti-radiation weapons to attack personnel

Electronic Attack (EA)

139

Most effect delivery profile for used by RW to deliver guided munitions

Hovering

140

What are the two mandatory calls the aircraft are required to make that are specific to night IR CAS when a ground IR pointer is in use during employment

Visual, followed by Tally or Contact Sparkle

141

airspace coordinating measure that uses altitude to separate users as the transition between different airspace coordinating entities

Coordinating Altitude (CA)

142

The Five Height above Burst spottings are

Air, Graze, Mixed, Mixed Air and Mixed Graze

143

List of former JTL and RTL-A Targets upon which objectives have been met

Restricted Target List - C

144

Line established between converging friendly forces that prohibits fires, or the effects of fires, across the line without coordination

Restrictive Fire Line (RFL)

145

General rule for SOFLAM beam divergence

Increases 12" for every 1000m

146

3 Sections on 1972

1. Mission Request
2. Coordination
3. Mission Data

147

Document approved by the JFC that provides specific planning guidance and procedures for the airspace control system for the joint force operation area

Airspace Control Plan

148

Danger close is only for

Combat/Contingency Operations

149

________ SEAD temporarily denies, degrades, deceives, delays or neutralizes enemy surface-to-air defense systems

Disruptive

150

The word "close" does not imply a specific distance, rather it is, __________

situational

151

In accordance with the JFIRE the words ____,_____ and ______ will only be used by the JTAC and when ordnance is actually being delivered.

Clear, Hot and Engage

152

A ______ is defined as an operational flight by one aircraft

sortie

153

At a minimum the JTAC should pass _____,_______,_____ for BDA to the Aircraft and Controlling agency

Successful, unsuccessful, Unknown

154

The Marine Air Command and Control System

Direct Air Support Center (DASC)

155

Type ____ Control is used when JTAC requires control of individual attacks, but assesses that either visual acquisition of the attacking aircraft or target at weapons release is not possible

Type 2

156

Carries largest variety of weapons in the USAF

B-52

157

Danger Close is determined by the ______ distance of the ordnance being delivered on that particular attack

0.1% PI

158

AV-8B Gun

GUA-12 Equalizer 25mm

159

Control used when the JTAC requires the ability to provide clearance for multiple attacks within a single engagement

Type 3

160

Mandatory readback items on 9 line remarks

Final Attack Heading, ACA, GFC Initials, TOT

161

Two categories of targeting

Deliberate and Dynamic

162

Target whose loss to the enemy will significantly contribute to the success of the friendly course of action.

High Payoff Target (HPT)

163

Specific, designated area into which any weapon system may fire without additional coordination with the establishing

Free Fire Area

164

Human Shields are what category CDE

CAT 1+

165

Airspace reserved for specific activities in which the operation of one or more users is restricted

ROZ

166

Radar proximity sensor that will provide height of burst fire pulse signal to the fuze of a JDAM or GP Bomb, providing airburst capability?

DSU 33

167

Military Targets that support the JFCs mission objectives are placed on the _______

Restrictive Target List

168

Line beyond which conventional, indirect, surface fires support means may fire at any time within the boundaries without additional coordination

Coordinated Fire Line

169

______ typically has a deep, cone shaped, metal lined cavity in the nose of its main explosive charge to focus the effect in a specific direction

shape charge

170

T/F: any type of control can be utilized with either BOT or BOC

True

171

Valid military targets that are not necessary in order to achieve the commanders mission objectives are placed on the_____

RTL-B

172

Four-barreled Air Cooled AAA that fires 14.5mm

ZPU 4

173

Weapons kill and destroy by what 6 effects

Blast
Fragmentation
Ejecta
Cratering
Penetration
Thermal Effects

174

JTACS should use the following terms with a FAC(A) to delineate each others duties

Brief, Mark, Stack and Control

175

The determination and assignment of the total expected effort by percentage or priority

Air Apportionment