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Section 1

Question Answer
What are the eight factors you should consider to understand the threat in your environment?1.Are terrorist groups in the area? 2.Are they violent? 3.Do they attack Americans? 4.How active are they? 5.How sophisticated are they? 6.Are they predictable? 7.Will local citizens warn Americans? 8.What tactics and weapons are used?
Define terrorismTerrorism is the calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculcate fear; intended to coerce or to intimidate governments or societies in the pursuit of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological.
What three things do terrorists take into account when selecting a target?Location/association/opportunity
When traveling, you should receive a ___________ 90 days prior to departureCombatant Command terrorist threat briefing
Terrorist Planning Cycle:1.Broad Target Selection 2.Intelligence and Surveillance 3.Specific Target Selection 4.Pre-Attack Surveillance and Planning 5.Attack Rehearsal 6.Actions on the Objective 7.Escape and Exploitation

Section 2

Question Answer
Trafficking is basically slavery (T/F)T
Executive Order 13627Strengthened zero tolerance policy by placing compliance measures on at risk industries, additional training in support of monitoring, identification, and compliance efforts
Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) Subpart 22.17Prohibits contract/subcontractors from engaging in severe forms of trafficking/sex acts/forced labor
US GOV adopts zero tolerance policy regarding trafficking in persons (T/F)T
Certain labor trafficking INDICATORS include...Withholding pay, withholding passport, being forced to live in work place, contracts not in native language/ppl illiterate or wrong employment dates, recruiting fees
National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA)prohibits charging employees unreasonable placement or recruitment fees, confiscating ID, fraudulent pretenses, below standard housing
Unreasonable placement/recruitment fees can lead to...debt bondage
What should you do if you see signs of trafficking?report through chain of command and contact DOD Inspector General
Traffickers find easy targets to exploit based on...immigration status, age, language
An indicator is..a sign something is wrong/trafficking

Section 3

Question Answer
National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Department of Defense (DoD) and the DON are required by Federal law to ______________ official recordscreate, safeguard, protect, manage
Records management benefits the DON in a number of ways including...Ensuring statutory and regulatory compliance, Preserving the rights of the government and its citizens, Safeguarding vital information, Preserving organizational memory
Supporting the disposition of records as directed by your Records Manager or Records Officer can include...Retiring records to local storage/Federal Records Center, Transferring permanent records to National Archives, Destroying temporary records, Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) and other legal requests
DON records management procedures have been developed to meet the requirement of the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) and federal law, and includes procedures to ensure...records are identified by their SSIC or category, records are organized using a file plan, records are retained or held for a specified amount of time, and Records are transferred, retired, or destroyed as determined by their specific disposition schedule.

Section 4

Question Answer
Test to check for cancer and other viruses or abnormalities associated with cervix.Pap Testing
Treatment for non-infected partners of HIV positive men and women.PrEP treatment
Cancer, genital warts, and related diseases preventative.HPV vaccine
Long-lasting reliable and reversible birth control.Implants/IUD
Sexually active women up to age 25 should ask for this test every year.Chlamydia testing
Essential for men who have sex with men, as well as non-monogamous sexually active men and woman.Yearly HIV testing
Plan BPrevents egg from being fertilized, emergency contraceptive pill
STIs includeHIV, Chlamydia, Human Papillomavirus (HPV) - vaccine works 9-26
IUD/Contraceptive ImplantLong Acting Reversable Contreceptive - hormones or copper stop egg from being fertilized
What does PrEP stand for?Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) - Daily pill that can stop HIV from taking hold on body
What is a PAP SmearChecks cervix for abnormal cell changes

Section 5

Question Answer
Opsec protects...mission critical but unclassified information
Purple DragonEnemy was getting information about bombing runs etc. A team, Purple Dragon, designated to find 'mole'. Enemy had been looking at seamlessly harmless information to figure out intelligence, so we started examining our own facilities.
What is a geotagGPS coordinates automatically in pictures you take
Social media gives away a lot of information (T/F)T
Never use your .gov or .mil emails to register for social media (T/F)T
Read app consent form before downloading, apps can have access to stuff in your phone (camera, gps) or contain ___malware
Shred bank statements, receipts etc. (T/F)T
Careless chatter can give up a lot of info (T/F)T
Social Engineer/Confidence mansomeone who gains your friendship to learn info