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Sample Boot Camp Test

Sample Boot Camp Test

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You will receive a similar test in boot camp. You can read the questions below to see what type of questions are asked and you can see the answer. It is a multiple choice test.
You will receive a similar test in boot camp. You can read the questions below to see what type of questions are asked and you can see the answer. It is a multiple choice test.

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SAMPLE BOOT CAMP TEST
 
You will receive a similar test in boot camp. You can read thequestions below to see what type of questions are asked andyou can see the answer. It is a multiple choice test.1.Select the personnel responsible for upholding the UCMJ.-All members of the armed forces, (active and reserve).2.If a Marine is not at his appointed place of duty, what articleof the UCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 86, Absence without leave.3.If an enlisted Marine tells his peers that their SecondLieutenant Platoon Commander is a total idiot, what article of the UCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 89, Disrespect toward a superior commissionedofficer.4.If an enlisted Marine punches his/her Company Commander,what article of the UCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 90, Assaulting or willfully disobeying a superior commissioned officer.5.If a Private tells a Corporal that he/she will not correcthis/her uniform as the Corporal instructed, what article of theUCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 91, Insubordinate conduct toward a Warrant Officer, NCO, or PettyOfficer.6.If a Marine steals a pair of shoes from the Exchange, whatarticle of the UCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 121, Larceny and wrongful appropriation.7.If a Marine gets involved in a bar fight, what article of theUCMJ has that Marine violated?-Article 128, Assault.8.If a junior Marine has more than just a working relationshipwith a senior Marine, what article of the UCMJ has theMarines Violated?-Article 134, General Article.9.Select the type of punishment that may be given orally or inwriting, per Manual for Courts Martial.-Reprimand.10.If a Marine has ½ of his/her pay and his/her housingallowance taken away, select the type of punishment thatMarine received.-Forfeiture of pay and allowances.11.Select the punishment in which a Marine is liable to theU.S. Government for a stated monetary value.-Fine.12.Select the type of punishment in which a Marine loseshis/her lineal standing.-Loss of numbers.13.Select the type of punishment in which a Marine loseshis/her rank, per Manual for Courts Martial.-Reduction in pay grade.14.Select the type of punishment in which a Marine is notallowed to leave the base, but can go anywhere on the base.-Restriction.15.If a Marine is awarded hard labor without confinement,identify the first individual who may award this form of  punishment.-Battalion Commander.16.If a Marine is placed in police custody, and taken to theBrig, select the type of punishment the Marine received.-Confinement.17.Select the type of punishment that may be imposed aboardship.-Confinement on bread and water.18.If a Marine receives a dishonorable discharge, select thetype of punishment the Marine received.-Punitive separation.19.If a Marine is convicted of a capitol offence, select themost severe type of punishment that may be imposed.-Death.20.Select the court-martial that the accused has the right toobject to.-Summary Court-Martial.21.Select the court-martial in which a bad-conduct dischargeis the only punitive discharge may be awarded.-Special Court-Martial.22.Select the court-martial in which the death penalty may beimposed.-General Court-Martial.23.Select the rights provided by Article 31.-Right to remain silent, right to talk to a lawyer.24.Select the offences in which NJP can be given.-Article 121, Larceny.25.If a Marine receives Company level NJP, select theappropriate punishment that may be awarded.-Restriction.26.If a Marine is separating from the Marine Corps after 4years of faithful service with 3.0/4.0 Pro/Con marks, select thetype of discharge he/she would receive.-Honorable.27.If a Marine has a medical problem restricting the Marine’s performance of duties, select the type of discharge he/shewould receive.-General, Under Honorable Conditions.28.If a Marine’s conduct has included drug abuse and
 
administrative action is taken instead of a court-martial, selectthe type of discharge he/she would receive.-General, Under Other Than Honorable Conditions.29.If a Marine was convicted by a Special Court-Martial,select the type of discharge he/she would receive.-Bad Conduct Discharge.30.If a Marine was convicted of a General Court-Martial,select the type of discharge he/she would receive.-Dishonorable.31.If a Marine has a pay problem, select the appropriatecourse of action.-Request Mast.32.If a Marine kills an enemy clergyman in a wartimeenvironment, select the principal of the Law of War theMarine violated.-Marines fight only enemy combatants.33.If a Marine neglects to provide first aid to an enemy soldier after a firefight, select the principal of the Law of War theMarine has violated.-Marines collect and care for the wounded, whether friend or foe.34.If a Marine shoots an enemy doctor, select the principal of the Law of War the Marine has violated.-Marines do not attack medical personnel, facilities, or equipment.35.If a Marine’s mission is to demolish a bridge, but he alsodecides to blow up a church, select the principal of the Law of War the Marine has violated.-Marines do not destroy more than the mission requires.36.If a Marine steals a gold ring from an enemy corpse, selectthe Law of War the Marine has violated.-Marines do not steal.37.Select the item that a Marine is not to accept from hiscaptors, per the third article of the Code of Conduct.-Parole.38.Select the four items that a Marine is required to give to hiscaptors, per the fifth article of the Code of Conduct.-Name, Rank, Service Number, and Date of Birth.39.Select the right of a POW.-Receive mail.40.Select the obligation of a prisoner of war (POW).-Perform nonmilitary labor that is not humiliating, dangerous,or unhealthy for pay.41.Identify one of the elements of the Marine Corps mission.-Perform duties, which the President may direct.42.Select the location of the 1st Marine Division.-Camp Pendleton, California.43.Select the location of the 2nd Marine Division.-Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.44.Select the location of the 3rd Marine Division.-Okinawa, Japan45.Select the location of the 4th Marine DivisionHeadquarters.-New Orleans, Louisiana.46.Select the location of the 1st Marine Air Wing.-Okinawa, Japan.47.Select the location of the 2nd Marine Air Wing.-Cherry Point, North Carolina.48.Select the location of the 3rd Marine Air Wing.-Miramar, California.49.Select the location of the 1st Marine Force Service SupportGroup-Camp Pendleton, California.50.Select the location of the 2nd Marine Force ServiceSupport Group.-Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.51.Select the location of the 3rd Marine Force Service SupportGroup.-Okinawa, Japan52.Identify the four core elements of the MAGTF.-Command, Ground Combat, Aviation Combat, and CombatService Support.53.If a Marine detail is carrying the National Ensign, select theitem describing the National Ensign.-Colors.54.If a flag is mounted on a vehicle, select the item describingthe flag.-Standard.55.If a platoon is marching behind the guide carrying a flag,select the item describing the flag.-Guidon.56.This flag is flown during inclement weather and measures5 x 9 ½ ft. It is called what?-Storm Flag.03-27-05, 10:34 AM57.This flag is flown on Sunday and Holidays and it measures20 x 38 ft. It is called what?-Garrison Flag.58.This flag is flown on weekdays and Saturdays and itmeasures 10 x 19 ft. It is called what?-Post Flag.59.Identify the procedures for boarding a ship.-Face the rear of the ship and salute (the National Ensign),
 
then salute the Officer of the Deck and ask, “Request permission to come aboard”.60.Identify the procedures for debarking a ship.-Salute the Officer of the Deck and ask, “Request permissionto go ashore” then face the rear of the ship and salute the National Ensign.61.Select the procedures for entering a vessel, such as a smallliberty boat, given a Private, a Sergeant, a Captain, and aColonel.-The Private would board first, the Sergeant second, followed by the Captain, and then the Colonel.62.Select the procedures for exiting a vessel, such as a smallliberty boat, given a Private, a Sergeant, a Captain, and aColonel.-The Colonel would exit first, the Captain second, followed bythe Sergeant, and then the Private. Naval terms.63.Bow.-Front of ship.64.Aft.-Rear of ship.65.Galley.-Kitchen.66.Brightwork.-Brass on a ship.67.Scuttlebutt.-Fountain or gossip.68.If a Marine reports to a new command, select the uniformthe Marine should wear, per MCO 1020.34F.-Service “A”.69.Identify clothing items that are proper civilian attire per MCO 1020.34f.-Clothing that is neat in appearance, proper fit and size, and isconservative in nature.70.Identify occasions for wearing civilian attire.-Leave, liberty, aboard ship, outside the United States.71.Identify the uniform item authorized for wear with civilianattire.-All footwear, black leather gloves, service sweater.72.Identify clothing items that are eccentric or fail to meetstandards, per -Clothing with ethnic remarks, earrings on male Marines.73.Select the uniform that matches the picture.-Service “A”.74.Select the uniform that matches the picture.-Service “B”.75.Select the uniform that matches the picture.-Service “C”.76.Select the uniform that matches the picture.-Dress Blue “D”.77.Identify the categories of authorized awards.-Personal, Service and Unit.78.What is the primary objective of Marine Corps leadership?-To instill in all Marines that they are warriors first in order towin wars.79.Select the statement describing the Marine Corps policy onthe distribution of illegal drugs.-Not tolerated.80.Select the statement describing the Marine Corps policy onthe possession on illegal drugs and drug paraphernalia per MCO 5300.12A.-Not tolerated.81.Select the statement describing the illegal use of drugs.-Not tolerated.82.Select the statement that describes the urinalysis-testing program, per MCO 5300.12A.-Designed to identify and deter illegal drug use.83.Select the purpose of the Marine Corps urinalysis program.- Established for the systematic screening of Marinesregardless of rank for the presence of drugs.84.Select the statement that describes alcoholism.-Use of alcohol that effects performance, debilitates health,and contributes to disorderly conduct.85.Identify the indicators of alcohol abuse.-Blackouts, hangovers, fatigue, illness, conflict.86.Identify the Marine Corps policy on tobacco use in theworkplace.-Tobacco use is legal, but discouraged due to health risks.87.Identify the definition of leave.-Authorized absence which is charged against leave accounts.88.Identify how leave is accrued.-Every month a Marine earns 2 ½ days.89.Identify the types of leave.-Advanced, Annual, Convalescent, and Emergency.90.Identify the 2 types of liberty.-Regular and Special.91.Select the mark of “excellent” in Proficiency/Conductmarks for a Marine.-4.5/4.592.The threatening of one’s career in exchange for sexualfavors in a work-related environment is the definition of what?

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