Glossary of PO1 Military Requirements, CH1
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- The National military strategy rests on what three basic pillars?
- When deterence fails to prevent an enemy's attack, the U.S. responds in one of what four ways?
- 1. Meets force with force at the point of contact
2. Increases the intensity of the conflict
3. Alters the geographic width of the conflict
4. Controls the duration of fighting
- What does the TRIAD of strategic nuclear forces concict of?
- Ballistic missiles
Intercontinental ballistic missles (ICBMs)
- What type of missiles is the Strategic Air Command's (SAC) intercontinental balisstic missle force composed of?
- Minuteman missiles and
- A strike is an attack intended to _________.
- Inflict damage, sieze or destroy an objective.
- What was the first Fleet Ballistic Missile (FBM) submarine launched in 1959?
- George Washington, SSBN-598
- Naval warfare involves what three major areas?
- Surface ASUW
- What is AAW?
- The destruction of enemy aircraft and airborne weapons.
- What is ASW?
- The destruction or neutrilization of enemy submarines.
- What is ASUW?
- The destruction or neutrilization of enemy suface combatants and merchant ships.
- What is Strike warfare?
- The use of conventional or nuclear weapons in the destruction or neutrilization of enemy targets ashore.
- Where is the Second Fleet located?
- Atlantic ocean
- Where is the Sixth Fleet located?
- Mediterranean Sea
- Where is the Third Fleet
- West coast of the United States
- Where is the Seventh Fleet?
- Western Pacific and Indian Ocean
- Where is the Fifth Fleet?
- Middle East
- What was the first Trident submarine launched?
- Ohio SSBN-726
- What is a SAG?
- Surface Action Group
- What is Amphibious warfare?
- Attacks launched from the sea onto an enemy shore.
- What is Mine warfare?
- The use of mines and mine countermeasures to control sea or harbor areas.
- What is Special warfare?
- Nonconventional in nature and usualy conducted in secrecy.
- What is Ocean Surveilance?
- Ocean surveillance is the observation of ocean areas to detect, locate, and classify selected air, surface,
and subsurface targets.
- What is Intelligence?
- The assessment and management of information obtained via surveillance, reconnaissance, and other means.
- What is Electronic warfare?
- Electronic warfare ensures the effective use of the electromagnetic spectrum by friendly forces while determining, reducing, or preventing its use by an enemy.
- What is Logistics?
- The resupply of combat consumables to combatant forces during operations.
- What is the shipboard integrated AAW combat weapons system?
- How many targets can the AEGIS system track at once?
- Over 100
- What is the Navy's medium-range, rocket boosted, turbo-sustained cruise missile?
- What is the Navy's first all-weather, automatic-controlled gunsystem designed to provide defense against close in, seaskimming cruise missiles?
- The Phalanx
- What air to air missile was introduced to the fleet with the F-14 aircraft in 1974?
- What is the Navy's all weather, submarine or suface launched, longrange subsonic cruise missile?
- What is the ability to deploy and employ without unacceptable delays?
- What instruction do ships base all drills and basic bills from?
Standard Organization and Regulations of the Navy
- What is the SORN?
- Standard organization and Regulations of the Navy
- What is OPNAVINST 3120.32?
- Who conducts an inspection to ensure the ship's propulsion system is safe?
Propulsion Examination Board
- What inspection tests the ability of the crew and ship to operate in battle under wartime conditions?
Operational Readiness Instruction
- What type of ships is the Ticonderoga class?
- What type of ship is the Oliver Hazard Perry?
- What type of ship is the Arliegh Burke?
- What type of ship is the Ohio?
- What type of aircraft is the Tomcat?
- What type of aircraft is the Hornet?
- The RIM-66 is what type of missile?
- Standard surface to air
- The Rim-67 is what type of missle?
- Extended range standard missile
- The RGM-84 is what type of missile?
- Harpoon antiship missile
- What is an AIM-54?
- Phoenix air to air missile
- What is a MK-48?
- What is a BGM-109?
- Tomahawk Cruise missile
- What type of training is designed to turn a materially ready and manned ship into a ship that is fully capable of performing its assigned mission.
- Refresher training
- Which inspections ensure ships follow correct record setup and administrative procedures?
These inspections give the greatest attention to the ship’s planned maintenance system (PMS).
- Administrative inspections
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