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1

Most future conflicts will be: (2)

1. joint
2. combined

2

Joint or combined campaigns are the
integrated military activities of:

two or more service components

Air Force, Army, Navy, and Marine Corps

3

Who designates the joint rear area commander (JRAC)?

JFC

4

Who is responsible for the defense and security of the rear area?

joint rear area commander (JRAC)

5

Rear area security operations are coordinated, controlled, and executed through: (2)

1. rear area operations centers (RAOC)
2. rear tactical operations centers (RTOC)

6

Who may be required to adjust the concept of operations?

JFC

7

The JRA is organized into:

areas of operations (AO)

8

The JRA is organized into areas of operation (AO), which may in turn be subdivided into:

smaller AOs to facilitate control of the defense

9

To facilitate the span of control for area commanders, bases may be grouped into:

base clusters

10

Each base cluster’s AO encompasses:

bases included in the cluster

11

In the early stages of theater development, rear area bases can be:

highly vulnerable

12

The ________ is ultimately responsible for all JRA operations conducted in the theater.

unified combatant commander (CCDR)

13

Subordinate joint force commands may organize by: (2)

1. service components
2. functions

14

The ______ mission is to fight and win our nation’s wars by providing prompt, sustained land dominance across the full range of military operations and spectrum of conflict in support of combatant commanders.

Army’s

15

The _______ is responsible for preparing land forces necessary for the effective prosecution of war.

Army

16

The Army equivalent of a MAJCOM is a:

field army/corps

17

The Army equivalent of a combined wing is a:

division

18

The Army equivalent of a wing is a:

brigade

19

The Army equivalent of a group is a:

battalion

20

The Army equivalent of a squadron is a: (3)

1. company
2. battery
3. troop

21

The Army equivalent of a flight is a:

platoon

22

A squad contains _____ fire teams.

3

23

The ______ mission is to maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression, and maintaining freedom of the seas.

Navy’s

24

Our Navy conducts missions on which fronts:

air, land and sea

25

What is the largest formation in the navy?

fleet

26

Who leads a fleet?

admiral

27

How many numbered fleets does the Navy have?

5

28

What structure in the Navy contains destroyers, cruisers and submarines?

strike group

29

Who is a Navy strike group led by?

rear admiral o marine brigadier general

30

A ________ in the Navy can be detached to work singly or in groups.

strike group

31

What is a group of ships temporarily brought together for a specific mission?

task force

32

Who is a task force in the Navy led by?

admiral

33

A ________ is carried or land borne aircraft (in the Navy).

squadron

34

Who is a Navy squadron led by?

a Commander

35

Are Navy squadrons widely used?

no

36

A ______ is a group of two or more ships in the Navy.

flotilla

37

The _________ mission is to provide a vital role in national security as an amphibious, expeditionary, and air-ground combined arms task force, capable of forcible entry from the air, land, and sea.

Marine Corps’

38

What is the Marine equivalent of a MAJCOM?

Marine Corps

39

What is the Marine equivalent of a combined wing?

division

40

What is the Marine equivalent of a wing?

regiment

41

What is the Marine equivalent of a group?

battalion

42

What is the Marine equivalent of a squadron?

company/battery/troop

43

What is the Marine equivalent of a flight?

platoon

44

Army E1

private

45

Army E2

private

46

Army E3

private first class

47

Army E4

corporal or specialist

48

Army E5

sergeant

49

Army E6

staff sergeant

50

Army E7

sergeant first class

51

Army E8

master sergeant or first sergeant

52

Army E9

sergeant major or command sergeant major

53

Who is the senior enlisted advisor of the Army?

sergeant major of the army

54

07

brigadier general

55

08

major general

56

09

lieutenant general

57

010

general

58

Army W1

Warrant Officer 1

59

Army W2

Chief Warrant Officer 2

60

Army W3

Chief Warrant Officer 3

61

Army W4

Chief Warrant Officer 4

62

Army W5

Chief Warrant Officer 5

63

Navy E1

seaman recruit

64

Navy E2

seaman apprentice

65

Navy E3

seaman

66

Navy E4

petty officer third class

67

Navy E5

petty officer second class

68

Navy E6

petty officer first class

69

Navy E7

chief petty officer

70

Navy E8

senior chief petty officer

71

Navy E9 (3)

1. master chief petty officer
2. force command master chief petty officer
3. fleet command master chief petty officer

72

Who is the senior enlisted advisor of the navy?

master chief petty officer of the Navy

73

Navy O1

ensign

74

Navy O2

lieutenant (junior grade)

75

Navy O3

lieutenant

76

Navy O4

lieutenant commander

77

Navy O5

commander

78

Navy O6

captain

79

Navy O7

rear admiral (lower half)

80

Navy O8

rear admiral (upper half)

81

Navy O9

vice admiral

82

Navy O10

admiral

83

5 star navy

Fleet admiral

84

5 star army

general of the army

85

Navy W1

Warrant officer 1 (discontinued)

86

Navy W2

Chief Warrant Officer 2

87

Navy W3

Chief Warrant Officer 3

88

Navy W4

Chief Warrant Officer 4

89

Navy W5

Chief Warrant Officer 5

90

Marine E1

private

91

Marine E2

private first class

92

Marine E3

lance corporal

93

Marine E4

corporal

94

Marine E5

sergeant

95

Marine E6

staff sergeant

96

Marine E7

gunnery sergeant

97

Marine E8

master sergeant or first sergeant

98

Marine E9

master gunnery sergeant or sergeant major

99

Who is the senior enlisted advisor of the Marines?

sergeant major of the Marine Corps