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Theme Examination - TASS
This examination is intended to assess your understanding of the roles, functions, capabilities, and limitations of U.S. military services and fundamentals and concepts of interorganizational cooperation.
This examination has a total of 50 questions and your grade will be determined based on the percentage of correct answers.
This examination is worth 50% of your C300 Theme grade.
This is a take-home exam. The exam will open 2 March 2014 at 1800 and close on 26 April 2014 at 0700.
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1. Which of these is formed to carry out a specific special operation or prosecute...
The air component of a Marine Corps MEU is a ____.
Marine Air Group
Marine Air Wing
Marine Air Brigade
1. Who is the combatant commander charged with the space mission?
1. In a Marine Corps Marine Expeditionary Unit the ground component is an ____.
1. Which best describes the Joint Interagency Coordination Group (JIACG) or equivalent organization?
Represents U.S. Government agencies at the headquarters of the geographic combatant commands
Acts as the principal Department of Defense (DOD) diplomatic representative of Secretary of Defense and DOD components
Act as the in-country focal point for planning, coordinating, supporting, and/or executing U.S. defense issues and activities in the Host Nation
Is the principle Geographic Combatant Command (GCC) staff organization coordinating security cooperation activities based upon guidance contained in the Combatant Commander's Theater Plan
1. Which is a role, mission, or responsibility of the Defense Logistics Agency?
Multifunctional sustainment organization tailored and task organized according to METT-TC
Equips and sustains the Army and also provides related common support to other services
Provides support for Military Departments and Geographic Combatant Commanders and is executive agent for consumable supply items
1. Which Law of War principle…
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