Exam #2420

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Today, about one third of the world's oil production comes from what area?
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What term refers to the brightness of a star as compared to the brightness of the sun?
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Operation Chromite, probably the most daring amphibious assault ever planned, was conducted at ____________.
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What level of security classification is assigned to material that could result in great damage to the nation if revealed?
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Who is responsible for appropriating money for national defense?
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In approaching a blind bend in a channel, a vessel must keep to the ___________ side, and must sound a prolonged blast on the whistle if it is unable to see at least half-mile ahead.
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To temporarily halt a squad in the oblique direction, in order to correct errors, the command is
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What are the main and secondary functions of naval telecommunications?
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What are the duties of the convening authority concerning a court-martial?
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Every half hour at night, what do lookouts inspect and report?
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Who is assigned the task of investigating for mitigating and extenuating circumstances that may provide a plausible reason for an offense or may lessen the imposed punishment?
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What was the main focus of the Taft administration from 1908 to 1913 and even more in the early years of the Wilson administration?
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What is the best knot for securing small stuff around a package?
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What is the principal means of internal communications throughout a ship?
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Just as a car will not run without fuel, your body will not work properly without the right _______________.
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Dense puffy clouds with a beautiful cauliflower appearance are called?
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What is the name of the U.S. Navy's first aircraft carrier?
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What aircraft served for 36 years (1970-2006) as the Navy's primary air-to-air superiority platform?
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The Navy's core values are Honor, Courage, and __________.
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When the body develops a resistance to a drug and requires the drug to function normally _________ occurs.
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What is the shortest distance between two points on a globe?
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The largest amphibious landing carried out by U.S. forces during the Mexican War took place at _______________
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Major fisheries along the northeast coast of the United States and Canada yield abundant catches of
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To make a __________ legal, it must be effective, that is, if a ship attempts to enter or leave a blockaded port, its capture must be attempted
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Which of the following is NOT one of the three T's that provided the surface Navy with its principle antiair defensive capability during the 1970's and 1980's
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When North Korea invaded South Korea,
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What are the basic considerations in evaluating an external threat?
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What is development of close personal relationships with personnel of lower rank, especially those within one's own command?
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If total war were to come, the whole national economy would have to be ____________.
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What is the single most deadly weapon of defense used by the Germans along the Normandy beaches?
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In which of these conditions do ice crystals form in body tissues after exposure to freezing temperatures?
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What are green and red horizontally banded buoys?
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Most new naval warships have either a combat systems or deck department. Ships mainly concerned with ordinance or aircraft have a combat systems department headed by a combat systems officer. Other ships, such as amphibious and logistics ships have a deck department headed by the ____________.
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In 1996 the U.S. Marines were called on to evacuate U.S. nationals from
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Which strategist pointed out that a government cannot deter an adversary from waging war with half measures and inadequate military strength?
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What is the normal position of the guidon while marching in quick time?
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Today, the telescope and its fine camera's are usually operated by
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A cadet Lieutenant Commander is designated by a collar device of
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The senior officer taking part in a ceremony is referred to as a?
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What group of Europeans became the leaders of Western culture after the Greeks?
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What circumstances might cause entanglement of the major powers in a war that could escalate to general war?
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What is the American flag called when mounted on a staff and carried by individuals on foot?
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What is the boundary line that is between two nations consisting of the center of a navigable river or channel in a waterway separating them called?
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A person's _________ is an action that others can see you doing based on your personality and your attitude at a given time.
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Sanitizing the hands is especially important following which of these actions?
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Some fire control systems are automatically triggered when the temperature in the protected compartment reaches a certain level, but most are operated manually by control valves. These __________ systems are installed in magazines, gun turrets, ammunition-handling rooms, space where flammable materials are stored, and hangar bays aboard ships that operate aircraft.
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Fisheries in the Gulf of Alaska and along the Washington and Oregon coast reap a great harvest of
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The ___________ alarm consists of a series of three pulses, with a short pause between each series.
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If weight is added high on a ship, the ship will be more prone to ____________.
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The rough outer crust of the Earth which rides on the molten rock of the upper part of the mantle is called the