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RTQ At the Combat Team level, who does the RECCE Group normally consist of?
Combat Team Comd, Sp Arms Comd, Signaller, Security, FOO, and Engr
RTQ During battle procedure, a commander will conduct his mission analysis
before he issues an initial warning order
RTQ A Warning Order always includes
A demand for acknowledgement
RTQ To fully understand the mission, a subordinate commander must thoroughly understand the intent of their superior commander and the concept of operations of the commander:
one level higher
RTQ To ensure a full understanding of a mission and to identify those tasks that are essential to the accomplishment of that mission is
the purpose of mission analysis
RTQ Three types of Formal Estimates are
Administrative Estimate, Tactical Estimate, Intelligence Estimate
RTQ The term "Operational Planning Process (OPP)" is used to describe and manage the procedure that in final form is the "Collective Estimate." This process involves
the commander and a collective staff effort to solve complex problems at higher levels of command
RTQ The preparation of an estimate involves five major steps. The final steps is
translating the best course of action into a plan
RTQ While a COÂ’s key staff might present certain aspects of the orders for the CO, a CO should always
present his concept of operations paragraph himself
RTQ When presenting his scheme of manoeuvre, the commander will, in his own words, outline his plan in general terms. Using generic tasks for his sub-units, he assigns forces to tasks, laying out his:
concept for the operation
RTQ The focus of ManÂœuvre Warfare is on
the enemy
RTQ Critical to Mission Command are
Unity of Effort and Common Understanding
RTQ The two parts of a Mission Statement are
a clear, concise statement of the task, and itÂ’s purpose
RTQ Once defined, the chain of command and the command relations of the sub-unit should be adhered to until:
formally changed
RTQ To produce the desired effect on the enemy, combaat power is applied through an inherent requirement to find the enemy in combination with the two dynamic forces of:
fixing and striking
RTQ The most common type of support to land forces is
air support
RTQ Tactical Air Operations are conducted in direct support of land forces. The four types of operations are
counter-air operations, air interdiction, offensive air support, and tactical air transport.
RTQ The three Operations of war are
offensive operations, defensive operations, and delay operations
RTQ Advance to Contact, Meeting Engagement, and Withdrawal are three of the transitional phases. The other two are
the Link-Up and the Relief
RTQ In offensive operations, there is one Mobile Repair Team (MRT) and one Fire Control System MRT within the Inf Coy and two vehicle/fire control systems MRTs, a Radio Tech MRT, and an Armoured Recovery Vehicle (ARV) within the Armd Sqn. The role of the
to repair what they can in situ
RTQ In offensive operations, sustaining the BG as close possible to the forces in contact requires detailed planning and synchronization at all levels. To maximize tempo and maintain momentum consideration should be given to:
distributing CSS assets
RTQ In offensive operations, the success of CSS activities in offensive operations will depend on anticipating requirements and reacting accurately and swiftly to changing circumstances. Echelon HQs and vehicle crews must be fully aware of developing sit
command and control of CSS assets are frequently decentralized
RTQ In combat team offensive operations, general replenishment priority will be
ammunition and POL
RTQ In offensive operations, security must not be compromised by overt logistic activity. Most Battle Group replenishment will occur
by night, at times and locations which take into account the deception plan.
RTQ In offensive operations, in order to maintain momentum and support subsequent operations, additional cargo vehicles, having mobility, capacity and survivability compatible with the task, may be require from:
supporting CSS units
RTQ In offensive operations, the A1 echelon will move in bounds behind the F echelon. The length of their bounds should be such that
the A1 echelon is non-operational (i.e. moving) for the shortest possible time
RTQ In offensive operations, the A2 echelon's movement should be
in bounds, usually at night, making maximum use of roads and tracks
RTQ In offensive operations, maximum use should be made of forward repair, with recovery teams distributed to best match the operational plan. To maintain momentum:
additional recovery assets may be requested through CS Svc Bn or the Forward Mobile Support Battalion (FMSB).
RTQ In offensive operations, priority of repair should be given to offensive operations equipment such as:
MBT, LAV III, C2 and engineer mobility equipment.
RTQ The Principles of War as they relate to the Defence are
Concentration of Force, Offensive Action, Security
RTQ The stages of the Defence are the
Covering Force Battle and Main Defence Battle which includes any Countermoves
RTQ Which of the following is not a purpose of the Mobile Defence
To delay the enemy, trading space for time
RTQ Some considerations for a reserve include
A reserve should be maintained at all levels, A reserve must be reconstituted once committed, A reserve cannot be given another task
RTQ Control Measures used in the Defence include:
fire support coordination measures, boundaries and control lines,and barrier restricted areas
RTQ In defensive operations, the stores in a coy defensive pack should be sufficient for the construction of:
34 two man battle trenches, 17 creew served weapons trenches, a coy CP, and a medical aid post
RTQ In defensive operations, the administrative plan normally will NOT address
battlefield resupply
RTQ In a Mobile Defence the enemy is fixed by
depth elements
RTQ In support of defensive operations there are two types of artillery targets
Close DF, including FPF, and DF in depth
RTQ In defensive operations, helicopters will rarely be attached to individual battle groups. They may, however, be tasked in response to battle group requests to carry out specific missions. In these circumstances, they are coordinated through
the Fire Support Coordination Centre (FSCC).
RTQ The formation commander provides the delay force commander
either the length of time that the enemy is to be delayed, or the maximum amount of friendly casualties to be sustained
RTQ Delaying operations provide the basis for other operations
by yielding ground, that is trading space for time, slowing the enemy's momentum and inflicting maximum damage in such a way that the force conducting the operation does not become decisively engaged.
RTQ For the Delay, because he cannot do both, the Combat Team Comd must be told either the minimum length of time that he must delay or:
the percentage of his force that he must preserve
RTQ Once the delaying force has completed its task and attempts to break contact and the responsibility for dealing with the enemy is assumed by
the force in place
RTQ Which is NOT a General Consideration of the Delay
Delay positions may act as a shoulder to canalize the enemy
RTQ A delay operation will likely be conducted during the covering force battle in order to
prepare the Main Defence Area
RTQ In the delay LAV III should not be used to
engage enemy tanks from prepared positions
RTQ Positive characteristics of the mortars in support of delay operations are
Rapid deployment and great rates of fire
RTQ During the delay Engineering support will
Mainly target to maintain our own mobility while denying enemy mobility and causing casualty thru the use of obstacles.
RTQ An operation where a commander seeks to gain or re-establish contact with the enemy under the most favourable conditions for the main force is:
an advance to contact
RTQ An operation where one force takes over combat activities from another is:
a relief.
RTQ A ________is conducted to join two groups of friendly forces in enemy-controlled territory.
RTQ A ____________, containing recce elements normally leads the Advance to Contact
Covering Force,
RTQ During the Adv to Contact the group that would probably be one or two combat teams or companies, together with Battlegroup Headquarters is the:
Main Body.
RTQ During the Adv to Contact the ___________ follows the Main Body.
Rear Guard.
RTQ For a route to be regarded as being ‘clear’ it must:
remain guarded
RTQ The task to deploy ahead of the Covering Force to seize key terrain, including defiles, bridges, crossing sites and to overcome obstacles, can help achieve surprise and maintain momentum would be given to:
Airmobile Forces.
RTQ During the Advance, the BG Reconnaissance Troop or Platoon will be the first BG elements to cross the Line of Departure. It will normally operate __________ahead of the lead squadrons/companies of the BG.
3 - 5 kilometres
RTQ During the Advance the Engineer Recce Sgt will probably be:
forward with the BG recce Troop/Platoon.
RTQ The normal OPFOR frontage and depth for a Motor Rifle Platoon in the positional defence is:
frontage of 400m, depth of approx 300m
RTQ Within Motor Rifle formations and units, commanders generally strive to keep a strong tank element in the second echelon because
the tankÂ’s mobility and firepower can be most effectively used in counter-attack and counter-penetration roles
RTQ In OPFOR, when is a security zone established
when the defence is organized out of contact with the enemy
RTQ In OPFOR, the light-infantry battalion will remain homogeneous and will generally fill the role of
a brigade's reserve
RTQ To move his forces, an OPFOR Commander will adopt what two different types of march formations
the Administrative March and the Tactical March
RTQ In OPFOR, if the Advance Guard makes contact with an enemy element, it will try to brush it aside. If the CRP and/or Vanguard cannot move the enemy, it will
RTQ There are four principle types of attack in The OPFOR
Attack from the Line of March, Attack from a Position of Close Contact, Meeting Battle/Engagement, and the Pursuit
RTQ In OPFOR, the Vanguard of first echelon battalion Advance Guards, Main Guards, Forward detachments, etc., will all probably be led by ____________; they are the most common form of March Security and can be found throughout the Tactical March formati
Forward Patrols
RTQ In OPFOR, the four principle types of tactical exploitation echelons are:
Raiding Detachment, Forward Detachment, Outflanking Detachment and Air Echelon.
RTQ OPFOR Forward Detachments are organized at division/brgade level, and usually comprised of a BG with the mission to
penetrate deep into the enemy's rear and seize key terrain or targets.
RTQ The 20 CMBG echelon system is composed of
F Echelon, A Echelon and B Echelon.
RTQ An armoured squadron in 20 CMBG will have:
four mine ploughs and two mine rollers.
RTQ In 20 CMBG, a combat team that is comprised of a full infantry company and a complete armoured squadron is known as:
a square combat team.
RTQ In 20 CMBG, the role to provide integral sp, incl comd, fin, Med, Tpt, sup services to the CS Svc Bn is done by:
Admin Coy - 20 Svc Bn
RTQ In 20 CMBG, the role of 20 Fd Amb is:
to provide second line medical support to the Bde Gp.
RTQ In 20 CMBG, each engineer Fd Sqn consists of:
a HQ, a HQ Tp and 3 X Fd Tps.
RTQ The Ambulance Company in 20 Fd Amb consists of:
a comd sect, a CP sect, a stores sect, a LAV amb pl, a comp amb pl.
RTQ In a 20 CMBG Infantry bn, the basic tactical sub-unit is:
the company.
RTQ A 20 CMBG CS Bty consists of:
a HQ, BC's TAC/FSCC, FOO Dets, Bty CP, a Firing Tp and a Sp Tp.
RTQ A 20 CMBG Mortar Bty consists of:
Comd Sect, Bty HQ, 3 Mortar Troops, and Sp Tp.
RTQ Selected areas along the axis or routes which are used for dispersal, concealment of vehicles, and for the control of movement are known as:
waiting areas.
RTQ When advancing at the Combat Team level, where would the Company Second in Command travel?
With A Echelon
RTQ For a Duty officer in a command post the handling of intelligence is alarge part of Information Management. the steps of the intelligence cycle are:
Direction, Collection, Processing, and Dissemination.
RTQ Within a combat team, the command post functions will normally be passed to the LAV Capt:
while the company's command post is on the move.
RTQ Defence and security of a CP is achieved most easily at the combat team level by locating it:
in the vicinity of a sub-unit but taking into consideration not to cluster the area.
RTQ Ideally, a command post must maintain three maps:
a Battle Map, a Planning map, and a Briefing Map.
RTQ In the command post all routine reports and returns will be submitted:
by means other than the command radio nets.
RTQ The Weapon Control Orders (WCO) for AAAD do not include:
RTQ The tactical contol measures that define the Area of Responsibility for a unit or sub-unit are called:
RTQ Areas where the enemy is forced to concentrate, because of natural and artifical obstacles, making him a lucrative target, and where the enegagement of the enemy within this zone is coordinated to maximize the weapons effects are:
killing zones.
RTQ BSA is the abbreviation for:
Brigade Support Area
RTQ Support Services is divided into 3 levels of sustainment, they are:
Integral, close and tactical.
RTQ The Forward Support Battalion is a:
General support unit
RTQ The replenishment of the integral support organization is provided by CS/GS elements, over what time period is this replenishment normally achieved?
Within 24 hours
RTQ The scale of basic load is usually computed as
3 days combat supplies, 3 days of medical supplies and 15 days for integral repair parts.
RTQ Where are ECPs normally located?
Behind the A2 echelon
RTQ The aim of the Personnel Support Services System is to maximize the ________________of personnel resulting in enhanced combat power.
Combat effectiveness
RTQ The Chaplain makes an important contribution towards________ in a fighting force.
RTQ 40% of patients will normally be in a what priority for treatment and evacuation?
Pri 3
RTQ When a decision to abandon patients to the enemy is made, the decision rests with?
The Formation Commander
RTQ Normally, replenishment of airborne or airmobile forces must be either:
By aviation assets or via air drops of supplies
RTQ One of the principles that can be used to sustain a force in a mountain environment is
Emphasis must be placed on forward vehicle repair since back-loading is difficult
RTQ The important characteristics of an NBC environment are all of the following except:
A surplus of potable water and rations because individuals will not be as hungry or thirsty since they will be very stressed.
RTQ A unit that has lost more than ________ percent of its personnel, key leadership or major fighting systems is said to be non-combat effective
RTQ There should be a _____________ element at the reception centre to allow for the rapid clearing of casualties and allow the remainder of the reconstitution operation to proceed as quickly as possible
RTQ Inclusion of a __________ element to assess the equipment of the unit, repair that which can be repaired and recover the equipment which is to be _________ will rapidly clear the unit of all non-serviceable equipment and allow the unit to replace mis
Maintenance, back loaded, vehicles and equipment
RTQ Personnel replacements are provided as:
individuals, crewed-vehicle replacements or as formed groups.
RTQ In defensive operations, for CSS staff, special consideration should be given to
consumption of ammunition
RTQ To support Advance to Contact phase what stores will be large transport component:
Engineer stores
RTQ During the Withdrawal medical considerations should be given to:
Evacuation of the wounded

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