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1. Which statement describes the electromagnetic environment?

A battlefield's electromagnetic dimension is where a common form of warfare
occurs

2. Offensive __________ is the integrated use jamming, physical destruction, and
military deception to disrupt enemy _________ .

C3CM, C3

3. By the start of World War II, collecting, locating, and analyzing radio
communications were components of EW, as was what else?

Jamming

4. What protects specific frequencies from being jammed, except as authorized on a
jamming restriction list?

Negative control mechanisms

5. ECCM is closely related to __________ and consists of __________
and________ .

ECM, anti-ESM, anti-ECM

6. Two methods of communications jamming commonly employed on the battlefield
are barrage jamming and spot jamming. What is the third method?

Sweep jamming

7. Which statement describes electronic deception?

Creating a false electromagnetic signature that indicates that a friendly unit has
moved is an IED method

8. Which statement describes barrage jamming?

Barrage jamming can affect both enemy and friendly frequencies

9. Which statement describes jamming?

The distance from a jammer to an intended receiver is target link distance

10. What frequencies can only be jammed when the potential operational gain
outweighs the value of the information they provide?
Guarded

11. During which conflict did the use of deception become an integral part of
planning?

World War II

12. Which one of the following prevents or reduces the enemy's use of the
electromagnetic spectrum?

ECM

13. What are the frequency classes associated wit negative control mechanisms?

Guarded, protected, and taboo

14. Which statement describes the electromagnetic environment?

A battlefield saturated with electromagnetic signals is a user-friendly environment

15. Which of the following are major components of ESM?

Search and locate

16. Emission control and random scheduling of friendly communications are
examples of which of the following?

Anti-ESM

17. Which statement describes effective offensive EW operations?

Electronic deception reduces an enemy's use of its electronic equipment

18. Which statement describes control mechanisms during jamming?

On-off control is a centralized method of controlling jamming

19. What provides the commander the capability to intercept, locate, and identify
enemy emitters?

Electronic warfare support measures (ESM)

20. Which of the following includes false traffic levels, routing, and electronic cover?

MED
21. What does the I&S company of the military intelligence (MI) battalion in a heavy
division provide?

Ground surveillance

22. Which statement describes electronic deception?

SED can mislead an enemy to friendly force composition

23. What are the three methods of executing jamming missions?

Ground-based systems, airborne platforms, and expandable jammers

24. Two components of electronic warfare (EW) are electronic countermeasures and
electronic counter-countermeasures. What is the third component?

Electronic support measures

25. Which of the following do signal officers normally plan and conduct?

SED and MED

26. What is provided directly to a tactical commander before being evaluated or
analyzed?

Combat information

27. Electronic warfare is conducted in which mission areas?

Disrupt, deceive, and defend

28. The evolution of electronic warfare (EW) closely followed the early development
of which of the following?

Radio

29. A divisional MI battalion's mission is to provide what kind of dedicated support?

Intelligence and electronic warfare

30. Which statement describes the evolution of EW?

Jamming of radios became an EW component during the Korean War