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History PAF Organization Military Customs and Traditions Military Courtesy and Discipline Military Strategy Military Justice Followership Guard Duties Service Etiquette and Protocol Authorized Absences PAF Classification System Awards and Decorations Articles of War Individual Movement Without Arms Parades and Ceremonies Supply Management Troop Leading Procedure Fire Fight SOP/IAD Patrolling Harbouring Visual Tracking Raid Ambush Civil Military Operations TOTAL No. of Items 3 4 2 9 11 5 5 12 6 8 4 9 23 10 13 10 3 23 5 3 3 4 2 3 5 5 190
AFP Organization 1. He serves as the civilian adviser of the president on matters concerning defense and security of the state. a. b. c. d. Secretary of National Defense Chief of Staff Commander-In-Chief Area Commanders
2. He serves as the Commander in Chief of the AFP. a. b. c. d. Commander Chief of Staff The President Secretary of National Defense
3. He is the principal military adviser of the president, and executes the president’s Command instruction. a. b. c. d. Chief of Staff Area Commanders Secretary of National Defense Commander-In-Chief Fundamentals of Military Training 4. This is the sum total of the prior education that an individual brings with him when he enters the military service and the quality of the military training he receives or will be receiving as the members of the AFP. a. b. c. d. Learning Knowledge Expertise Skills
5. This is the total learning process where an individual acquires the knowledge, skills, competencies and desirable character traits, values and attitudes through a formal course of study. a. b. c. d. Learning Education Expertise Competence
6. This is the specific information or facts that are required to develop the skills and attitudes to effectively accomplish the jobs, duties and task for a particular position. a. b. c. d. Competence Skill Knowledge Ability
7. This is the activity that develops a particular knowledge and skills or group of skills in individuals through a regimen of exercise, drills, practices and systems designed to enhance precision and disciplined response. a. b. c. d. Learning Training Educating Teaching PAF History 8. When was the Philippine Army Air Corps (PAAC) renamed Philippine Air Force (PAF) and raised to the category of a separate major Command of the AFP? a. b. c. d. 21 Dec 1935 11 May 1936 21 January 1921 01 July 1947
9. When was the Military Aviation in the Philippines started? a. b. c. d. 21 January 1921 17 March 1917 02 Dec 1920 11 January 1917 PAF Organization 10. The officer under this staff is personally handpicked and selected by the CG, PAF as his direct adviser. a. b. c. d. Coordinating Staff Personal Staff Command Staff Special Staff
a. The Command Sgt Major The Air Force Inspector General The Chief of Ethical Standard and Public Accountability Public Information Officer 13. He assists the Chief of Air Staff by directing and supervising staff activities in a given functional area and plans. d. state of morale and discipline. b. c. b. d. d. He is the primary staff responsible for the coordination. PAF by inquiring into and reporting on matters pertaining to the performance of the mission. a. PAF on all matters pertaining to the overall welfare of all enlisted personnel of the Command. Personal Staff Coordinating Staff Special Staff Command Staff 15. and establishes policies and procedures within his functional area of responsibility. The Primary personal staff NCO and adviser to the CG. integration. A-5 A-7 A-1 A-2 . programs. d. effectiveness and economy of the Command. efficiency. c. d. b. He enhances professionalism.11. b. c. He advises and assists the CG. c. instills ethical standards and inculcates a strong sense of public accountability among military and civilian personnel of the Command. b. a. c. planning and supervision of all air intelligence and counterintelligence activities of the PAF. promotes honesty and integrity in the military service. Public Information Officer The Air Force Inspector General The Command Sgt Major Air Force Safety Officer 14. Public Information Office The Air Force Inspector General Chief of Ethical Standard and Public Accountability The Command Sgt Major 12. a. a.
Customs Military Courtesy Traditions Military Discipline 20. c. standards and practices that serve as the established guides for an individual or group. PAF responsible in the administration and management of personnel. c. d. d. c. He is the operational administrative supervisor of the Command for personnel and administrative services. a. a. A-3 A-2 A-4 A-1 17. c. These are accepted practices realized through continued usage that takes the force and effect of a Common Law. a. c. c. These are inherited principles. Traditions Military Courtesy Military Discipline Customs 21. b. b. a. d. The Filipino soldier has epitomized valor during his gallant defenses at Bataan and Corregidor against the Japanese Forces. The primary staff assistant to CG. d. a. b. Tradition of Valor Tradition of Loyalty Tradition of Duty Tradition of Honor . b. This refers to______________.16. b. Air Force Chief of Engineers Air Force Provost Marshal Air Judge Advocate Air Adjutant Military Customs and Traditions 19. He is the functional element who advises and assists the Commander in making decisions and taking actions in certain specialized technical and/or professional areas. d. b. d. Special Staff Command Staff Personal Staff Coordinating Staff 18. a.
This refers to_________________________. b. a. In every endeavor that the Filipino soldier had undertaken he always worked as part of the team. c. Tradition of Duty Tradition of Solidarity Tradition of Loyalty Tradition of Honor 24. Tradition of Duty Tradition of Solidarity Tradition of Loyalty Tradition of Honor 26. d. This refers to____________________. d. b. a. c. This is a sign of respect and gesture of farewell tendered to a departed comrade in arms. a. c. The Filipino soldier has traditionally held the respect of the nation by shedding much blood and offering the supreme sacrifice in defense of the country. c. d. The founding fathers of the AFP as well as the nation have courageously demonstrated even in most difficult times the value of honor by leading a life in peace or war with personal dignity and self worth. c. a. This refers to______________________. b. Tradition of Valor Tradition of Solidarity Tradition of Loyalty Tradition of Duty 23. b. d. b. d.22. The white Flag of Truce Presentation of Recruits to Colors Trumpet or Bugle Calls The Three Volleys Over Graves . The Filipino soldier has exemplified himself throughout history as a dedicated public servant that performs his task with deep sense of responsibility and self-sacrifice. Tradition of Duty Tradition of Solidarity Tradition of Loyalty Tradition of Honor 25. This refers to a.
c. c. or sits with a senior. This adds more distinction and excitement to the regimented life of military personnel. when a junior walks. Accordingly. a. False . This is the extension or manifestation of consideration for others. b. b. d. c. b. at a halt. Salute is also rendered even when running. d. Military Customs Military Traditions Military Courtesy Military Discipline 31. a. c. b. or walk. d. d. The Three Volleys Over Graves Presentation of Recruits to Colors Trumpet or Bugle Calls The White Flag of Truce 28. True b. what position must he/she take? a. Beside the senior To the left of the senior Abreast and to the left of the senior To the right side of the senior Military Courtesy and Discipline 30. b. The Three Volleys Over Graves Trumpet or Bugle Calls The White Flag of Truce Presentation of Recruits to Colors 29. This is the mental attitude and state of training that renders obedience and proper conduct instinctive in all conditions and is founded upon respect for and loyalty to properly constituted authority. c. rides. a.27. a. a. A worldwide custom used to signal the temporary cessation of hostilities between warring parties. d. Military Courtesy Military Discipline Military Traditions Military Customs 32.
b. b. c. Morning Report Daily Report Strength Report Unit Report . True 34. b. a. In reporting indoors without arms. the soldier carries it and salute. This is the overall plan of the government for achieving national objectives through the choice and management of political. a. External Defense Civil Sector Strategy Military Strategy Internal Defense 37. False b. destroy or defeat adversaries that endangers our sovereignty and territory and threatens our national interests. b. False b. d. Civil Sector Strategy Military Strategy National Strategy Counter Insurgency 38. d. a. In reporting indoors under arms. c. a soldier removes his headgear. knocks at the door of the office of the officer. Military Strategy Counter Insurgency External Defense National Strategy 36. d. a. and enters when told to do so. a. d. a. The fundamental thrust of this Strategy is to prevent escalation of the conflict to a higher level wherein tremendous amount of resources will be required to defeat it. This is the daily history of the unit or of the Headquarters.33. This is a component of the National Strategy formulated by the government and implemented by the Armed Forces in coordination with other agencies and organizations to neutralize. True Military Strategy 35. military. c. economic and psychological means. the soldier uncovered and if carrying a rifle. c.
It is a system for enforcing and administering criminal law in the Armed Force. which is prescribed for the organization. AFP AGO Form No. d. b. c. Trial Jurisdiction Court Martial Court Trial Code of Ethics 44. Morning Report Daily Report Strength Report Unit Report Military Justice 40. It is a branch of public law. b. d. These are rules governing the conduct of military personnel and providing a method by which persons who break those rules may be punished. Court Martial Military Justice Military Law Military Commission 41. b. a. a. c. d. c. It is the power and authority of the court to hear. d. c. and discipline of military forces. d. try and decide a case. a. b. a. Court Martial Military Justice Military Law Military Commission 43. c. Court Martial Military Justice Articles of War Military Commission 42. d. a. b. c. 3 2 1 4 . b. government.39. What Section of the Article I of the Code of Ethics pertains to Constitutional Mandate? a.1 is____________.
b. c. a. Loyalty Honor Valor Solidarity 49. c. Measures and Standards The AFP Core Values Organization and Chain of Command 47. d. This is under what Section of the Article I of the Code of Ethics? a. It is the power and strength. The AFP is duly created by law as an integral part of the Executive Branch of the Government. d. a. b. 1 4 2 3 46. Article II of the Code of Ethics refers to__________________. c. d. a.45. courage and ability to overcome fear to carry out our mission and to accomplish what is seemingly impossible. d. b. Constitutional Mandate Commitment. d. It is our crowning value as it is more precious than life itself. c. a. Section 2 of the Article I of the Code of Ethics pertains to ____________. b. Article V of the Code of Ethics refers to___________________. a. The AFP Creed and Stand on Basic Issue Military Professionalism Identity AFP History 48. b. c. c. Loyalty Honor Valor Solidarity 50. d. General Provisions AFP Custom and Tradition Military Professionalism AFP Membership . b.
b. d. a. d. Why you do the job Know what the job is Doing the job Knowing how to do the job The following are the areas or ways for looking at our Followership Role and for mapping strategies for that role to be more fulfilling and effective. Job itself Relationship specially with bosses Personal Views Own feelings about our jobs 55. This can be achieved by having a strong launch pad of basic understanding about the job and our boss on which to base our actions. False 53. 54. c. The following are the three ingredients that make up the basic launch pad for the job. c. except: a.51. Knowing our jobs Relationship specially with bosses Personal Views Own feelings about our jobs 56. except: a. do it in public and reveal to others what was discussed. d. The following are the three requirements for successful followership. d. Fight with your boss if necessary. b. a. b. True b. b. d. Article VI of the Code of Ethics refers to____________________. b. a. c. Know what the job is Give comments for the job Know how to do the job Do the job . Military Professionalism General Provisions AFP Custom and Tradition AFP membership Followership 52. a. c. c. except.
b. a. We must obey the legal demands of our bosses. a. This is General Order #________. To call the Corporal of the Guard in any case not covered by instruction. True b. c. b. 9 8 5 6 . d. b. Password c. we have to take on the handing pose of the servant. This is General Order Number_________. Challenge b. It is used to cause an unidentified party or person to halt and to be identified. 3 6 5 8 62. a. c. c. a. Countersign d. a. False Guard Duties 58. Identifier Password Countersign Signal 60. b. A word or distinctive sound used to answer a challenge identifies the person or party desiring to enter or pass and is always secret. and in doing so. This is General Order #____________. c. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder. a. b. d. d. To quit my post only when properly relieved. d. c. d. It is consist of a secret challenge and a password. Signal 59. 7 6 8 3 63. Identifier Password Countersign Signal 61. a.57.
If you travel aboard the aircraft of a general or flag officer. c. d. 6 4 7 3 Service Etiquette and Protocol 66. True . This is General Order #________. 6 4 5 3 65. To talk to no one except in the line of duty. d. Military Courtesy Etiquette Protocol Service Etiquette 67. which are not in conflict with accepted practice. d.64. This refers to the established rules of conduct to be followed by military personnel. Protocol Service Etiquette Right Conduct Good Manners 68. b. a. This displays one’s consideration for others and considered as one of the most valued habit one can acquire. a. you must board before the senior and remain in your designated seat until the VIP leaves the plane at its destination. Good Manners On Time Right Conduct Etiquette 69. This is General Order #__________. b. a. d. b. c. c. To repeat all violation of orders I am instructed to enforce. d. or on personal ideals of conduct. b. b. a. False b. This is based on tradition and convention. c. a. c. a.
c. c. Ordinary Leave is granted for ____________ for each year of satisfactory service subject to the exigencies of the service. d. b. False 74.Authorized Absences 70. a. c. This type of leave is for those who want to spend the rest of their days with their families at home. CO’s may grant oral permission of absences during any period longer than 24 hours but not exceed 72 hours. c. This is an authorized absence from military duty. 30 days 60 days 31 days 15 days . The Paternity Leave can be granted for a period of ____________. a. d. Informal Leave Sick leave Compassionate Leave Convalescent Leave 73. 2 wks 3 wks 6 wks 4 wks 75. Convalescent Leave Compassionate Leave Sick Leave Maternity Leave 72. b. d. This is a type of leave for personnel recovering from sickness or disability and is not chargeable against leave of military personnel. c. Ordinary Leave Academic Leave Maternity Leave Sick Leave 71. d. b. a. True b. a. a. a. b. d. b.
b. Chief of Staff. and OCS both local and foreign. d. The duties and tasks established as the work requirement for one individual and exist whether occupied or vacant. This is the level of qualification in an AFS that is depicted by the fourth digit in the AFSC. c. d. a. except in war or grave national emergencies is granted for____________ from the date of graduation for PMA. b. b. b. c. This is the awarded AFSC in which a person is most highly qualified to perform duty. 2 months 30 days 15 days 3 months 77. d. Career Field Ladder Skill Level Career Field Career Field Subdivision . Awarded AFSC Duty AFSC Interim AFSC Primary AFSC 80. Leave of EP to be spent in the Philippines beyond 90 days is under the approval of____________________________.76. d. a. c. PAFFS. Leave to be spent abroad beyond 15 days but not more than 30 days is under the approval of ___________________________. a. a. b. AFP CO’s of Subordinate Units 78. d. AFP SND CO’s of Major Services CO’s of Subordinate Units PAF Classification System 79. c. a. SND CO’s of Major Services Chief Staff. a. c. c. Reporting Code Duty Specialty Description Position 81. d. b. Graduation Leave.
b. a. Air Force Specialty Primary Air Force Specialty Code Air Force Specialty Prefix Additional Air Force Specialty Code 87. d. d. This is a planned training program designed to qualify airmen through self-study and supervised instruction. c. skilled or advanced AFSs. b. c. a. c. Air Force Specialty Air Force Specialty Code Air Force Specialty Prefix Additional Air Force Specialty Code . Airman’s Qualifying Exam Technical Written Test Promotional Test Specialty Knowledge Test 85. a. Career Field Training On-The-Job Training Lateral Training Formal Training Course 84. c. Air Force Specialty Air Force Personnel Classification Board Air Force Specialty Board Primary Air Force Specialty Board 86. a. b. Basic Supplemental Lateral Advanced 83. b.82. b. This is a comprehensive multiple choices written tests designated to measure technical knowledge in semiskilled. It is a group of specialty officer and non-commissioned officers convened by the appointing authority for the purpose of recommending personnel classification actions. a. c. It is a combination of meaningful digits used to identify an AFS. b. a. d. d. d. d. This refers to a formal course designed to train a person toward the skilled level of specialty in a career field ladder. c. A grouping of position that requires common qualification and is identified by a title and code.
d. d. An awarded AFSC other than the primary AFSC. b. d. Interim Air Force Specialty Duty Air Force Specialty Code Primary Air Force Specialty Code Air Force Specialty Code . Air Force Specialty Shredout Additional Air Force Specialty Code Air Force Specialty Code Primary Air Force Specialty Code 92. b. Air Force Specialty Prefix Air Force Specialty Shredout Air Force Specialty Code Additional Air Force Specialty Code 90. b. d. d. a. c. c. a. d. It is an identification of part of an AFSC by means of a little and alphabetical suffix to the appropriate AFSC to designate specific equipment or function embraced in an AFSC. An AFSC established to identify individuals performing duty on new equipment or engaged in specialized activities when it has been determined that immediate identification is necessary and the function performed cannot be identified. b. c. c. a. It is the identification by mean of a title and alphabetical designator. a. b. Air Force Specialty Prefix Air Force Specialty Code Duty Air Force Specialty Code Primary Air Force Specialty Code 93. An awarded AFSC in which a person is most highly qualified to perform duty. It is the authorized manning document AFSC. Awarded Sir Force Specialty Code Air Force Specialty Prefix Additional Air Force Specialty Prefix Additional Air Force Specialty Code 89. which identifies the position to which an individual has been officially assigned. c. a. a.88. Air Force Specialty Prefix Air Force Specialty Shredout Air Force Specialty Code Primary Air Force Specialty Code 91. c. b. of an ability or skill not restricted to a single utilization field or career field.
c. Position Specialty Description Reporting Code Air Force Specialty Code 96. d. It is vertical arrangement of AFS on a Career Field Chart within. It is four to five digit and a title used to identify authorization and persons. c. b. Specialty Description Reporting Code Position Air Force Specialty Code 95. A code established to effect airman/airwoman assignments and to assist in the identification and control of training requirements. d. if appropriate. a. c. or comprising a career field subdivision to indicate skill distinction and progression. b. Career Ladder Career Field Skill Level Career Field Subdivision . a. It is a grouping of related AFSs involving basically similar knowledge and skills. b. emerging at the advance or superintendent skill level. b. Career Field Subdivision Career Field ladder Skill Level Career Field 98. which are not identifiable elsewhere in the classification. Career Field Ladder Career Field Skill Level Control Air Force Specialty Code 97. d. a. c. duties. b. c. a. Career Field Subdivision Career Field Ladder Skill Level Career Field 99. c. a. code summary. It is a description of an AFS which includes the titles. d. d. a. It is a division of a Career Field in which closely related AFS's are arranged in one or more ladder to indicate functional relationship. qualification.94. d. other specialty data and shredout. b.
Aptitude Test Airmen Qualifying Examination Specialty Training Standard Specialty Knowledge Test Awards and Decorations 102. Meritorious Service Honorable Achievement Meritorious Achievement Honorable Service 104. c. d. b. experienced or schooling.100. c. b. a. Decoration Medal Award Plaque This is a praiseworthy execution of duties over a period of time. c. a. d. d. This refers to a praiseworthy accomplishment with easily discernable beginning and end. a. carried through the completion. c. 103. c. A person who has been awarded the semiskilled level of an AFSC based on prior civilian for military occupation. This refers to the distinctive physical device of metal and ribbon that constitutes the tangible evidence of an award. skilled or advanced AFSCs. Military commendation Medal Bronze Cross Medal Silver Wing medal Military Merit Medal . b. d. a. Honorable Service Meritorious Service Outstanding Achievement Meritorious Achievement 105. Career Ladder Specialist Bypassed Specialist Specialty Specialist Skill Specialist 101. a. b. It is comprehensive multiple choice written test designed to measure technical knowledge in semi-skilled. a. c. d. This is intended for meritorious service in a duty responsibility or in indirect support of military operation. d. b. b.
Only one award shall be made for the same act of heroism. d. c. d. 107. Ribbons and Badges Individual Decorations Unit Citations 110. Badges Service Medals. achievement or period of meritorious service. This is given to individuals for heroic. a. c. outstanding and meritorious acts or achievements. b. False b. Plaque Award Commendation Medal This is an act of adoring and honoring. Service Medal Individual Award Unit Citation Individual Decoration 109. d. a. b. This is intended for meritorious service in a duty responsibility or in indirect support of military operation. b. a. Commendation Award Decoration Plaque 108. a.106. d. c. This is anything that is tangible granted to an individual or unit in recognition of act of gallantry or heroism. True . b. b. c. a. These are awards to personnel for service rendered during a designated campaign or conflict. c. Military commendation Medal Bronze Cross Medal Silver Wing medal Military Merit Medal 111. d. a.
AW 56 AW 54 AW 95 AW 98 . Disrespect toward the President. quarters. 59 b. b. b. d. Insubordinate Conduct Toward Non-Commissioned Officer is punishable under what AW? a. 117.Articles of War 112. posts. Assaulting or Willfully Disobeying Officer is punishable under what AW? a. c. b. d. c. 115. c. b. 65 59 63 58 113. 66 59 58 65 Improper use of Countersign is punishable under what AW? a. or encampments of the AFP or elsewhere is punishable under what AW? a. 79 82 80 78 116. 66 d. d. Any person who is in time of war be found lurking or acting as a spy in or about any of the fortifications. d. Congress of the Philippines or Secretary of National Defense is punishable under what AW? a. 56 c. d. 65 114. Vice President. c. b. c. 82 83 84 85 Fraudulent Enlistment falls under what Article of War? a.
Damage or Wrongful Disposition of Military Property falls under what Articles of War? a. b. Soldiers-Separation from the Service falls under Article of War? a. c.118. AW 86 AW 88 AW 87 AW 89 122. AW 95 AW 96 AW 97 AW 98 124. b. b. Provoking Speeches or Gestures falls under what Article of War? a. c. c. Willful o Negligent Loss. AW 86 AW 87 AW 84 AW 88 Drunk on Duty falls under what Articles of War? a. d. d. d. d. AW 63 AW 60 AW 62 AW 65 119. c. Mutiny or Sedition falls under what Article of War? a. d. b. AW 67 AW 63 AW 65 AW 60 120. c. b. b. d. AW 90 AW 89 AW 91 AW 83 123. c. AW 111 AW 109 AW 119 AW 108 . Absence Without Leave falls under what Article of War? a. 121. b. d. c. Frauds against the government falls under what Article of War? a.
c. b. c. d. b. c. 129. Cadence Depth Flank Pace Double Time cadence is at what rate per minute? a. a. a. d. b. d. d. File Interval Formation Echelon A formation in which the different elements are abreast. This is a uniform rhythm or the number of steps or counts per minute of which the movement is executed. c. This is the length of the full step in quick time. 120 160 110 180 127. d. in column or any other prescribed manner. Line File Echelon Flank 130. a. 126. d. a. b. 36 30 24 28 . This is an arrangement of the elements of a unit in line. a. c. c. b. This refers to one series of elements formed one behind another. File Flank Echelon Formation 128. b.Individual Movement Without Arms 125.
a. Quick Time cadence is at what rate per minute? a. a. b. Ceremonies Inspection Parade Review . b.131. This is a ceremony primarily held in honor of a visiting high-ranking military officer. c. b. 180 120 110 190 132. This is generally conducted to showcase the condition of the individual members and their equipment. d. Slow Time cadence is at what rate per minute? a. d. c. It states the movement to be carried out and mentally prepares the soldier for its execution. c. d. d. d. 134. a. a. Preparatory Command Command of Execution Drill Command Supplementary Command Parades and Ceremonies 135. Parade Review Ceremonies Inspection 136. c. 80 90 40 60 133. c. government official or dignitary. b. c. b. d. b. Drill Command Preparatory Command Combined Command Supplementary Command It tells when the movement is to be carried out.
b. Republic Items Non-Republic Items Expendable Items Semi-expendable Items . d. Supplies or materials that take a certain period of time to loss its identity. care and safekeeping of property and funds entrusted to his possession or under his supervision. Accountability Custody Requisition Supply Management Supplies or materials that loss its identity upon utilization. d. 140. c. d. b. c. b. b. It is a request for material from accountable/responsible office to a source of supplies or approving authority. a. a. c. c. a. a.137. d. c. a. c. Accountability Responsibility Custody Management 139. d. b. a. d. Discarded Items Damaged Items Expendable Items Semi-Expendable items 142. Supplies purchase from appropriate or reimbursable funds of the AFP. This is the last part of the ceremony wherein the participating troops exits out of the parade ground passing in front of the honoree and the audience at the grandstand. March Back to Position Presentation of Troops March in Review Exit Presentation Supply Management 138. Expendable items Semi-expendable items Discarded items Damaged Items 141. It is an obligation of an individual for the proper custody. b.
c. d. Expendable Items Republic Items Non-Republic Items Semi-expendable Items or purchases from 144. Supplies acquired by means other than appropriated or reimbursable funds of the AFP. a.143. Captured by enemy property Found in station property Reclaimed Property Salvage Property Items used only by one technical service. Ordinance Peculiar Medical Signal 147. a. d. a. a. 146. Items used by more than one technical service. d. a. Red Yellow Green Brown . Color tag when an item is serviceable. Supplies from serviceable components condemned unserviceable property. a. c. Ordinance Signal Common Peculiar Items 148. b. Reclaimed Property Salvage Property Captured by enemy property Found in station recovered from 145. b. c. b. c. Properties which are unserviceable and beyond economical repair or property and the residue remaining after serviceable components have been reclaimed from condemned unserviceable property. c. c. d. b. d. b. d. b.
b. a. c. d. d. c. a. tally out and shipment document. c. d. Level Supply Operational Supply Operational Level Safety Level . b. Operational Level Level Supply Safety Level Requisition Level 154. It is used in issuing non-expendable property from a supply officer to the user a. b. The quantity of material required to sustain operations in the interval between requisitions or between the arrivals of successive shipment. Color tag when an item is repairable. Color tag when an item is condemned. d. Report of Survey Memorandum Receipt Requisition Issue Voucher Invoice Receipt It is a general term used to plan and control supply operations. a. 153. b. This form shall be used in requisition of expendable supplies that serve as evidence of issued and transfer of accountability as well as packing slip. Invoice Receipt General Voucher Property Turn in slip Requisition Issue Voucher 152. Yellow Red Brown Green 151. c.149. d. c. c. b. b. d. a. Green Brown Yellow Red 150. a.
c. economical used security and proper disposition of supplies and equipment in accordance with the prescribed rules and regulations. a. b. except: a. a. The portion of stock requisitioned which is not immediately available for supply and which will not referred to as secondary source of supply action. b. 158. facilities or services. except: a. c. d. c. a. but will be recorded as a commitment for future issue. Supply Discipline Maintenance in Storage Procurement Discipline Warehousing Discipline These are the following Supply Discipline. Storage Procurement Distribution Supplies These are the following procedures in the Supply Cycle. b. Procurement Requirement Storage Distribution 157. by specified quantities for specific periods of time or at specified times. d. It is the need or demand for personnel equipment. c. materials or equipment including non-personal service. It is the obligation for proper care. b. supplies. Requirement Determination Distribution Maintenance in Storage Screening 159. c. 160. d. resources. which is necessary to carry out the program of government by written order or contract. Preventing lost of supplies Using supplies only for intended purpose Enforcing preventive maintenance Delaying Repair of Supply . d. d. rules and regulations. Reserves Due-in Safety Supply Operational Supply 156. c. a.155. procedures. It is the acquisition of supplies. b. thru bidding or negotiation or by transfer under prescribed laws. b. d.
b. It is a logical sequence of action and thru processes which military leader must follow in developing and executing a tactical plan. a. Harbouring Procedure Troop Leading Procedure Patrolling Visual Tracking Procedure 162. c. d. Combat Order Operating Order Fragmentary Order Mission Order 164. It contains all the information and guidance concerning the coordinating action necessary to carry out the commander's plan on how to conduct an operation. It is a set of instruction having the force of order and which requires the performance of standardized or routine procedures at the event of any contingency. Operation Order Mission Order Fragmentary Order Combat Order 165. a. It is a mental problem solving process that a leader must go through to be able to come up with a logical and realistic assessment of a tactical situation necessary for a good decision. a. Troop Leading Procedure Harbouring Estimate of Situation Visual tracking 163. It contains Commander's plan on how he intends his unit to conduct a particular operation and can be issued verbally or in writing. a. c. Standing Operating Procedure Mission Order Fragmentary Order Combat Order . b. c. d. d.Troop Leading Procedure 161. b. b. c. d. d. c. b. a.
c. d. b. d. to ensure an orderly withdrawal. holding the person and conducting interrogation until the mission is accomplished. 170. Hasty ambush Near ambush Meeting Engagement To engage 168. c. d. a. A situation wherein the patrol had been burned out. d. Combat Patrol Recon patrol Raid ambush Link-Up Operation 171. A situation wherein the team disengages but first execute skirmisher upon the command of the TL. c. a. It is conducted when a patrol halts for extended period of time in a place that is not protected by friendly forces. b. To Compromise To Engage To Withdraw To Fire Patrolling 169. a. b. c. b. with continuous supporting fire. Patrol Base Combat Patrol Recon Patrol Raid . Reconnaissance Patrol Harbouring Ambush It is a patrol sent out to gather information. a. a. b. c. c. d. It is a unit out from the large units. the first one to see the enemy immediately open fire and the patrol leader decides if they engage in the enemy or withdraw. Hasty Ambush Compromise To withdraw Meeting engagement 167. b.Fire Fight SOP/IAD 166. a. A situation wherein your chance upon the enemy and you see each other at the same time. d.
a. d. Worked period Sentries out Stand to Clearing Patrol These are the characteristics of good harbouring position. mission planning. c. sentries are double to many positions allowing it a rest to other members. d. Harbouring Reconnaissance Visual Tracking Raid 173. It is an established defensive position of a patrol for the purpose of patrol reorganization. except: a.Harbouring 172. c. c. Visual Tracking Harbouring Reconnaissance Raid . a. a. d. Stand to Stand down Stand up Stand center 174. a. d. This stage of harbouring means establishing within the sectors boundaries of plan/team manned by the series. b. It is an art of being to follow a man or a group of men using the sign they have left. b. This stage of harbouring can only be declared when activities are negative. d. b. b. It should provide a good cover and concealment Closed to the area of operation Near Road Nets Good routes to and from the position Visual Tracking 176. c. c. resting when patrol decides to move during night time and hide a large patrol while making a final recon on the objective. b. 175.
b. Always rehearse the element of the raiding forces Always strike quickly to gain response Use the same route for withdrawal Leaders must conduct reconnaissance Ambush 181. a. b. d. c. d. It is a surprise and violent attack on enemy position or installation followed by a swift and organized withdrawal. b. b. It is conducted before the execution of raid and done with utmost secrecy to prevent the enemy from being compromised. Reconnaissance Ambush Raid Patrolling 182. Reconnaissance Raid Patrolling Ambush 179. c. 180. c. d. c. It is a surprise attack from concealed position on an unsuspecting moving or temporarily halted enemy. a. d. Deliberated Ambush Point Ambush Hasty Ambush Near Ambush . except: a.177. d. An ambush of this kind goes for any target of opportunity you accidentally meet in the course of your combat operation. a. c. They are marks on the ground and disturbance of vegetation left by a man or men or an animal passing thru the area. Group Signs Top Signs Signs Jungle Signs Raid 178. a. d. b. b. Patrolling Reconnaissance Visual Tracking Harbouring These are the following guideline in conducting a raid. a. c.
Control Surprise Coordinated fire Attack These are the following types of ambush formation. a. c. d. Value Orientation. d. Line formation Shaped formation Box formation Round Formation 185. a. the cultural. Military Values Education Military Civic Action Military Livelihood Enhancement Community Relations . b. economic. c. d. d. b. c. Information and Continuous Education Civil-Military Operations Public Affair and Inter-Agency Coordination Mass Communication 187. 184. d.183. b. but not limited to. Surprise Coordinated Fire Formation Control Civil Military Operations 186. a. d. except: a. b. political. This is designed to provide necessary assistance to the soldier and his dependents to embark on productive ventures that would enable him to cope with the harsh economic realities while in the active service and during retirement. a. b. c. upholding and practicing universal truths. c. It is categorized as non-military functions governed with. This is the dynamic process of learning. Military Values Education Military Civic Action Military Livelihood Enhancement Community Relations 188. b. It is the most important element of an ambush that consists of striking the enemy for which he is totally unprepared. social and psychological dimensions of military operations. These are the Elements of Successful Ambush. moral principles and time honored intrinsic military values and ethics essential to the pursuit of AFP goals and objectives. c. except: a. internalizing.
Military Values Education Military Civic Action Military Livelihood Enhancement Community Relations 190. a. Military Values Education Military Civic Action Military Livelihood Enhancement Community Relations . a. individually. b.189. d. c. This is the active participation of AFP personnel. This is the use of AFP resources that is predominantly non-military projects and activities useful to the people and supportive of combat operations in such fields as socio-economic. b. d. collectively as AFP unit. c. in people-oriented and community-based initiatives activities.
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