SEJPME 2 SENIOR ENL PRETEST-Latest
The ____ outranks all other officers of the Armed Forces, but may not exercise military command over any of the Armed Forces. This officer is the principal military advisor to the President, the National Security Council, and the Secretary of Defense.
The purpose of the ___ is to delegate limited approval authority to the supported combatant commanders (USNORTCOM and USPACOM), who have DSCA responsibilities for routine and historical requests for assistance (RFA) to provide a rapid and flexible DoD response to federal primary agencies for potential, or actual, emergencies and or disasters within the U.S., territories, possessions, and protectorate.In the Chairman’s White Paper on “America’s Military. A Profession of Arms,” this aspect of the Armed Forces is identified as the foundation of our profession.
Service members contribute to force readiness by being focused, alert, and prepared for new tasks, behaving responsibly and ethically, and Select the answer that matches the following definition. This purpose of joint operations is to defend national interest, not only in conflict but through preventative measure to deter potential adversaries who could threaten the vital interests of the U.S. or its partners.Which one of the following intelligence principles is describes as the process of collecting and examining information from all available sources and intelligence disciplines to derive as complete an assessment as possiblThe ___ is the primary intelligence organization that provides support to the combatant commands at the operation and the tactical levels.___ is a general term used to describe military actions conducted by joint forces or by service forces employed under command relations.
If the crisis is caused by ___ that threatens regional stability, U.S. forces may intervene to restore or guarantee stability.To create balance between the three main types of operations, planning for ___ operations should begin when joint operation planning begins
Which of the following describe the “supply” functional capability within join logistics?
The join logistician manages supplies and equipment, inventory, and supplier networksDuring which stage of the projection process can senior leaders establish support facilities in multiple sites outside of the U.S. and the crisis area?
During which stage of the projection process can senior leaders establish support facilities in multiple sites outside of the U.S. and the crisis area?
The Joint planning and Execution Community uses ___ to develop plans for a broad range of potential emergencies based on tasks identified in strategic documents.
What activity involves analysis of COAs fro individual functional perspectives to determine each COA’s supportability and coordinates results in a collaborative knowledge-based environment
Eventually APES and its underlying methodology will replace ___ as the centerpiece for joint planning.
The principles of C2 are:
___ allows for the mutual use of information services or capabilities. This ability may cross functional or organization boundaries
Joint fires destroys a vital logistics chain delaying the delivery of needed electronics to an enemy surface-to air missile site causing it to be unable to defend an arms manufacturing plant which is then easily destroyed without the loss of a single aircraft. This situation is an example of
The U.S. Department of Defense will always be the lead agency in any operation in which it is involved foreign and domestic.
Select the answer that matches the following definition. This type of command is established on a geographical or functional area, with a mission that is limited and specific
During this activity in the joint intelligence process raw data is converted into forms that can be readily used by commanders, decision makers at all levels, intelligence analysts, and other consumers.
CCIRs that focus primarily on well-defined decision points provide the commander with a broad view to support better understanding of the complex environment
Which of the following is an example of a tool used to help maintain situational; awareness of the various CCIR criteria that the staff and stakeholders are monitoring
Which of the following choices best explains the commander
S perspectives in the strategic and operational environments as it relates to knowledge management (KM)?
Which of the following statements about knowledge management plan (KMP) is true?
Cooperation between intergovernmental organizations, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector is often based on
A continuing challenge in today’s decentralized operations is maintain situational awareness of other joint task force elements operating in battlespace. What are some joint task force level commanders doing to effectively deal with this challenge?
A supporting commander’s missions may not always align with the supported commander’s priorities. What best practice addresses this problem
Which of the following links design act ivies to more detailed planning commonly associated with the joint operation planning process (JOPP)?
Joint task forces (JTFs) have approach design in may novel ways, often reflecting on whether the JTF headquarters are standing, rotational, or crisis only and functionally or geographically oriented
Commanders have recognized the need for some form of staff organization that can ___ to inform or influence the audiences in support of desired outcomes
Planning for communication strategy involves the careful alignment of themes and message with
Communications strategy is not a separate or parallel effort, but an integral part of the commander’s overseas strategy that ensures a shared understanding of the commander’s vision, mission, and objectives.
Which of the following are key elements of a communication strategy
Which of the following actions may help overcome the staff organization challenge of integrating communication, related activities
For the actions that support the communication strategy, why is assessment important?
Which of the following is a drawback/challenge of the J-code structure?
Which of the following statements best defines the purpose of joint headquarters battle rhythm
Joint intelligence organizations analyze the impact of their operating environment (OE) on mission accomplishment. Which of the follow is not an aspect of the OE?
The “cradle to grave” mindset used by operational headquarters to facilitate Integration of lethal and nonlethal actions to achieve desired outcomes begins with planning and continues to further refinement via the assessment process
This critical path involves the use of joint targeting working group (JTWG) that enables selecting and prioritizing targets and matching the appropriate lethal and supporting non-lethal responses
As a high-demand/low-density asset, the core logistics capability __provides infrastructure and basing for force protection and construction of protective fortifications.
What important insight should always be considered when filling JFC headquarters’ billets?
Which headquarters level looks more broadly at assessment within their area of responsibility and often concentrates assessment efforts on determing whether progress has been made toward accomplishing the mission?
___ is the authority to perform those functions of command over subordinate’s forces involving organizing and employing commands and forces, assigning tasks, designating objectives, and giving authoritative direction necessary to accomplish the mission. It includes authoritative direction over all aspects of military operation and joint raring necessary to accomplish missions assigned to the command.
Module 2 Lesson 2
__ is a violent struggle amount state and non-state actors for legitimacy and influence over the relevant population (s). It favors indirect and asymmetric approaches through it may employ the full range of military and other capacities, in order to erode an adversary’s power, influence and will.
The ability of the U.S. to achieve its national strategic objectives is dependen on the effectiveness of the U.S. Government in employing the instruments of national power, which are ___.
The President of the United States provides guidance for developing, applying, and coordinating the instruments of national power to achieve objectives that contribute to national security in the ___.
The ___, signed by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, provides guidance for distributing and applying military power to attain national strategic objectives. It describes the Armed forces[ plan to achieve military objectives in the near term and provides the vision for ensuring theyr remain deicisve in the future