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Question 1 1.
You are the brigade S4 and are planning operations that commence in 48 hours. You are coordinating with the brigade S3 during your planning process to ensure you fully understand the tactical requirements of the operations. Which two principles of sustainment are you applying?
Answer
| A. | Economy and simplicity. | | B. | Survivability and simplicity. | | C. | Anticipation and integration. | | D. | Improvisation and survivability. |
5 points
Question 2 1.
You are the BSB support operations officer and have just learned your brigade's decisive operation was unexpectedly successful and the BCT is currently in pursuit of the enemy. You are greatly concerned the forces may run out of fuel in the
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| | D. | Field and sustainment. |
5 points
Question 7 1.
Which sustainment function provides the feeding, clothing, and personal services for soldiers?
Answer
| A. | Supply. | | B. | Personnel services. | | C. | Field services. | | D. | None of the above. |
5 points
Question 8 1.
The Health Services Support system consists of how many levels?
Answer
| A. | Two (2) | | B. | Four (4) | | C. | Three (3) | | D. | Five (5) | | E. | Six (6) |
5 points
Question 9 1.
The BSB is designed to support from which support area?
Answer
| A. | Battalion combat trains. | | B. | Logistics Support Area (LSA). | | C. | Brigade Support Area (BSA). | | D. | Forward Operating Base (FOB). |
5 points
Question 10 1.
The Army has two different sustainment doctrines and systems for "contiguous" and "non-continguous" battlefield deployment scenarios.
Answer
True False
5 points
Question 11 1.
The Forward Support Company (FSC) for the maneuver battalions place elements forward to supply prompt support to the companies. Which area do these elements support from?
Answer
| A. | Logistics Support Area (LSA). | | B. | Battalion Combat Trains. | | C. | Brigade Support Area (BSA). | | D. | Battalion CP. |
5 points
Question 12 1.
Which of the following is NOT a distribution method?
Answer
| A. | Unit distribution. | | B. | Forward support distribution. |

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