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1

Which scenario has a high probability of happening if Global Positioning System satellites fail

Disrupt police or fire operations around the world

2

How does the Joint Publication 5-0, Joint operation Planning , explain how the Center of Gravity works in regards to military planning?

It is the source of power that provides moral or physical strength.

3

Which is a characteristic of the Centers of Gravity?

Exist at each level of war

4

What is negatively impacted if we cannot protect our satellites in space?

Military and economy

5

How does the Department of Defense promote the responsible and safe use of space?

By following the United States Government's orbital Debris Mitigation Standards Practices

6

How does space power operate differently from other forms of military power?

It has global perspective

7

Which regulation addresses the command and control of space forces and methods of planning for space operations?

Joint Publication 3-14, Space operations

8

How many functional Capabilities are needed so that space situational awareness can make assessments on United States and cooperative space systems?

4

9

What is the fourth Functional Component space situational awareness uses to make assessments

Data integration and exploitation to tie together data.

10

What is the fifth space force enhancement capability function?

Satellite Communication

11

What space system segment provide the equipment for users to receive space services?

Ground

12

What important trend led early space missions from monitoring strategic forces to focusing on important world events and situations?

Continuous Awareness

13

Which is an operational art element of graceful degradation?

Data fusion

14

What short-notice event is considered a military operation other than war and is support by United States forces?

Forest fires

15

Which is not a Global Positioning System service provided to industry by space systems?

Surveillance monitoring

16

What country drive the world economy?

United States

17

Which necessary quality from executing phases of warfare deals with responsive communication and enables command and control?

Persistence

18

Which joint campaign or operations phase has the joint force commander executing offensive operations at the earliest possible time

Dominate

19

Annex N came about after a review of

Desert Storm operations

20

What space operations process integrates major operations and campaigns at the joint force commander and air component levels ?

The joint operation planning process

21

Russia's space program is organized around the

federal space agency

22

What manned spacecraft is China's centerpiece space program?

Shenzhou

23

What typically defines an alliance relationship?

Long-term objectives

24

Many satellite system designs come from what era?

Cold War

25

What capability provides a satellite system the ability to support the functions necessary for mission success with higher probability and shorter period of reduced capability?

Resilience

26

Placing space capabilities onto multiple platforms to improve mission survivability is a characteristic of

disaggregation

27

The foundation of joint space doctrine establishing principles for the integrated employment of space capabilities is stated in Joint Publication

3-14

28

The satellite communication system expert for Wideband Global Satellite Communications is the United States

Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command

29

What potentially increases as the United States Dependance on space capabilities increases?

Vulnerability

30

Since the inception of joint doctrine there are now how many principles of war?

12

31

Who is responsible for prioritizing space capabilities and resources to meet the supported commander's needs?

Commander, United States Strategic Command

32

The ability to assure the United States' access to space while denying he adversaries the use of space is the definition of space

control

33

which article of the Outer Space Treaty provides two arms control provisions limiting military space usage?

Article IV

34

Who issues standing rules of engagement?

The Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

35

When they are unable to match the United States and its allies in military technology, enemies can potentially use

asymmetric attack

36

Measures aimed at preventing freedom of action in a confined area that is under an enemy's control are called?

Area-denial

37

What Air Force Space Command commander subscribed to a "whole of government" approach to deterrence following the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks?

General Kevin Chilton

38

Which dimension involves decision makers and their target audience to think, perceive, visualize, and decide?

Cognitive

39

Which non-space option denies the use of space by cutting buried communication lines?

Sabotage

40

Which non-space option denies the use of space by inserting false data

Non-kinetic effects

41

Which North American Aerospace Defense End State adapts to meet emerging strategic and operational challenges through modernization concepts and for structure requirements?

4

42

What is the nerve center for United States Strategic Command?

Global Operation Center

43

What is an Offensive Space Control attack a form of?

Electronic

44

What is used to disrupt a target signal strength of a satellite receiver?

Jammer

45

What cell will most likely coordinate Offensive Space Control operations?

Special Technical Operations

46

The Global Positioning System is based on what concept?

Trilateration

47

How many satellites can a receiver view form most locations with a full Global Positing System constellation?

6

48

Which operationally Responsive Space platform is a modular, reconfigurable, multi mission satellite bus developed using modular open systems approach?

2

49

Which operationally Responsive Space platform demonstrated an integrated payload stack for a low-cost payload capability and decreased range cost through automated targeting and range safety processes

3

50

After Desert Storm what system was created to receive faster missile warning data in theater?

Theater event system

51

Which Theater Missile Defense pillar involves delaying/disrupting the enemy's ability to launch theater and strategic missiles?

Attack Operations

52

What is critical to ensure a hasty, unfounded response is not made in a possible missile attack?

Dual-phenomonology

53

All operations within the United States' Arctic portion of the area of responsibility fall under the United States

Northern Command

54

What system has Nuclear Detonation Detection as a Tertiary Mission

Global Positioning System

55

What two service branches are deployed to operate the Joint Tactical Ground Stations?

Army and Navy

56

Which Global Positioning System Augmentation transmits corrections across the entire United States and potentially worldwide?

Wide Area Augmentation System

57

Which band does not provide services in satellite communications

Very High Frequency

58

Commercial sources provide what percentage of satellite communications

50

59

the traditional missions of mapping, charting, and geodesy are included in which mission area?

Environmental

60

Which agency uses the Defense Meteorological Support Program to provide the Air Force and Army with web-based weather products for battlespace characterization?

Fleet Numerical Meteorological Support and Oceanography Center

61

What positive side effect occurs when the Earth atmosphere expands and creates an increase in atmospheric drag?

Reduce Space Debris

62

The preferred orbit for weather and reconnaissance is

Low Earth

63

Which orbit is preferred for cellular telephone communications?

Medium Earth

64

Which anti-satellite weapon is launched into an orbit similar to the target satellite

Co-orbital

65

How much warning time do satellites in geostationary orbits have against ground-based anti-satellite launches

3-6 hours

66

The CORONA program was the earliest pioneer in what type of intelligence?

Imagery

67

Where is the National Reconnaissance Office Operations Squadron located?

Schriever

68

As defined by the Department of Defense, what type of intelligence is derived from the collection and exploitation of visual photography, wherein images of object are reproduced optically or electronically?

Imagery

69

What orbit can provide satellite coverage in a matter of minutes?

Low earth

70

When using current systems, what imagery resolution size is usually referred to for each pixel sample of a square area on the ground?

Meters