• 1. is derived from the Greek "krisis" which means separate. It is the turning point decision in a process of an affair or a series of events.
A) Crisis
B) Emergency
C) Surgency
  • 2. is derived from the Latin word "emergencia"
A) Emergency
B) Emergence
C) Emergencia
  • 3. which means dipping/plugging. A sudden condition or a state of affairs calling for an immediate action.
A) Crisis
B) Natural crisis
C) Emergency
  • 4. civil disturbances strike, not, demonstration - revolt such as mutiny and insurrection-revolution, border incident war: conventional or nuclear crimes: kidnapping, hijacking. hostage-taking, etc
A) Natural
B) Man-made
C) Social
  • 5. - fire, floods, earthquake, tidal waves-marine/air disaster, hazardous spills - power failure, nuclear accidents - water/food
A) Natural
B) Man-made
C) Social
  • 6. It refers to the feeling that arises when a person faces unpleasant situation such as frustrations and conflicts. This includes:
A) Economic crises
B) Individual crisis
C) Natural crisis
  • 7. those that are related to health problems or bodily sickness/sufferings
A) Physical crisis
B) Economic crises
C) Natural crisis
  • 8. the deprivation of the basic necessities of life like food and material things.
A) Moral crisis
B) Economic crises
C) Social crises
  • 9. the experiencing lack of interest, confidence and social skills to relate meaningful, harmonious relationship with others.
A) Social
B) Economic
C) Moral
  • 10. the person has an irrational or distorted concepts of what is right or wrong, lack of moral values and integrity of the person.
A) Psyco social
B) Moral
C) Social
  • 11. failure of the person to assume ones sex role and identity as a man or woman. The person has an inappropriate sex objective, inadequate and distorted expression of affection.
A) Psychosexual crisis
B) Social crises
C) Crisis management
  • 12. Events means crisis
A) True
B) False
  • 13. Unforeseen state means emergency
A) True
B) False
  • 14. The Philippines subscribed to all international conventions and initiatives against terrorism and will participate in all endeavors designed to strengthen international cooperation in order to prevent and neutralize terrorist acts.
A) Afp/PNP policy
B) National policy
C) Military policy
  • 15. shall be guided by the national policy on terrorism and will strictly implement it.
A) Natioal
C) Military
  • 16. the stage of advance planning, organization and coordination and control in response to an anticipated future crisis occurrence. This phase is designed to predict or prevent probability or occurrence of the crisis while at the same time prepares to handle them when they occur.
A) Pro-active
B) Reactive
C) Active
  • 17. is the performance of the crisis management plan when a crisis situation occurs despite the pro-active effort.
A) Pro-active
B) Active
C) Reactive
  • 18. Intelligence involves the collection of information from variety of sources as basis of actions and plan; those that are related to crisis management contingency planning.
A) Update
B) Threat
C) Events
  • 19. are those incidents that are already or security facilities passed which can facilitate analysis necessary for identification of probable threat groups, targets and necessary for advance planning
A) Events
B) Update
C) Prevent
  • 20. Political Terrorist-ideologically inspire individuals who grouped together for a common purpose usually for change of government or political power
A) Terrorist
B) Threat Analysis of Threat Groups
C) National
  • 21. these are people who commit terrorist act for personal rather than ideological gains.
A) Terrorist
B) Criminals
  • 22. Mentally Deranged Individuals people commit terroristic acts during a period of psychiatric disturbance. This type is the most difficult terrorist to deal with. Many of them are impulsive and unpredictable.
A) True
B) False
  • 23. a counter intelligence measure where all aspect of awareness and training must be considered to prevent threat groups from learning the units plans methods of operations. It also refers to measures taken in conducting operations or activities in secure and effective manner.
A) Operation security
B) Personal security
C) Social security
  • 24. it considers that all personnel are susceptible to terrorist attack so the is a need for securing them. All security measures designed to prevent unsuitable individuals of DOUGHTFUL LOYALTY from gaining access to classified matters
A) Personal security
B) Social security
C) Operation security
  • 25. are high-ranking military or police officers, government officials, foreign ministries, other VIPs and persons possessing sensitive information.
A) Secondary target
B) Primary target
C) Randomly selected target
  • 26. targets those selected as alternative terrorist targets to gain publicity
A) Secondary
B) Optional
C) Primary
  • 27. targets Military or police personnel who are on off duty or engage in private activities and become targets of opportunity.
A) Random
B) Primary
C) Secondary
  • 28. encompasses protection of info. material and people including perimeter installation. A system of barrier placed between the potential intruder and the material to be protected
A) Social security
B) Personal security
C) Physical security
  • 29. Serve as the umbrella organization for crisis management. The primary concern is the formulation of crisis management policies, integration of mil/pol to public efforts towards the prevention and control of crisis
  • 30. NCCM means
A) National committee on crisis manager
B) National committee on crisis management
C) National committee in crisis management
  • 31. PAFSECOM means
A) PAFSECOM Philippine Air Force Security Command
B) PAFSECOM Philippine Air Force Security Commander
C) PAFSECOM Philippine Air Force Security Commandant
  • 32. PNSWG means
A) Philippine Navy Special Werfare Group
B) Philippine Navy Special Welfare Group
C) Philippine Navy Special Welfare Groups
  • 33. PASAG means
A) Philippine Army Special Action Groups
B) Philippine Army Specially Action Group
C) Philippine Army Special Action Group
  • 34. PNPSAG means
A) Philippine National Police Special Action Groups
B) Philippine National Police Special Actions Group
C) Philippine National Police Special Action Group
  • 35. composed of regular military or police placed under the operational command of the OSC.
A) Tactical unit
B) Reaction unit
C) Security element
  • 36. military or police personnel task to protect the area of perimeter security to prevent occurrence of unnecessary incidents.
A) Support unit
B) Security management
C) Security element
  • 37. It is a unit that provides the necessary administrative, operational and logistic support of the OSC.
A) Support unit
B) Security element
C) Negotiation unit
  • 38. Team responsible for the collection and processing of all information needed by the OSC.
A) Intelligence
B) Communication
C) Logistics
  • 39. Team responsible for insuring effective communication between OSC and other units or sub-units.
A) Logistics
B) Negotiation
C) Communication
  • 40. Team responsible for ensuring mess services, supplies (clothing, equipment, transportation) and other logistic services.
A) Logistics
B) Communication
C) Intelligence
  • 41. Team responsible for all medical supplies and services in cases of crisis incidents.
A) Medical
B) Intelligence
C) Logistics
  • 42. Team responsible for all services related to extinguishing fires intentionally set by perpetrators or during the result of operations.
A) Administrative
B) Investigation
C) Fire fighting
  • 43. Personnel personnel assigned to OSC to keep written records of events, in coming or outgoing communications.
A) Investigation
B) Fire fighting
C) Administrative
  • 44. Team services of investigation, preservation of evidence, documents and legal advice to the OSC.
A) Administrative
B) Negotiation
C) Investigation
  • 45. UNIT It is headed by a chief negotiator and composed of two or more members. Their primary concern is to serve first life, prevent destruction and pave the way for a peaceful resolution of crisis situations.
A) Intelligence
B) Negotiation
C) Administrative
  • 46. Action maintain control of the situation report the matter to the RCAG through channels
A) Initial
B) Action
C) Tactical
  • 47. stage starts as soon as the tactical, support unit and the negotiation unit arrived and are deployed.
A) Action
B) Initial
C) Tactical
  • 48. Action the tactical commander makes a complete estimate of the crisis situation and plans his courses of action upon arrival at the scene while negotiation is in progress
A) Tactical
B) Action
C) Initial
  • 49. This stage begin as soon as the perpetrator surrendered, captured or neutralized
A) Post
B) Initial
C) Tactical
  • 50. So much has been written in recent years about terrorism by eminent people. Terrorism means many different things to different people dependent upon individual perspective thus many definitions exist.
A) Terrorism
B) Terrorist
C) Kidnapping
  • 51. - A terrorist who operates and aspires to political power primarily within a single nation
A) National
B) International
C) Transnational
  • 52. This is a terrorists who operates across national boarders, whose actions and political aspirations may affect individual of more than one nationality.
A) National
B) Transnational
C) International
  • 53. - A terrorists who is controlled by, and whose actions represents the national interest of a sovereign state.
A) Transnational
B) International
C) National
  • 54. groups fighting the majority of the community where the support base will depend one ethnic, religion, linguistic minorities at odd with the majority community.
A) Anarchy group
B) Marxist revolutionary group
C) Minority nationalistic group
  • 55. here, the terrorists movement is characterized by its possession of a coherent Marxist ideology and of a long term strategy for bringing about the socialistic revolution.
A) Marxist revolutionary group
B) Pathological group
C) Anarchist Group
  • 56. True Anarchist are difficult to find since true anarchy brings lawlessness and disorder, which is not a natural state in which, the human race exists.
A) Pathological group
B) Anarchist Group
C) Neo fascist and extreme right group
  • 57. TERRORISTS PROFILE (based on commonalties of international terrorists) -under 30 years of age -action oriented-some are college educated from affluent/middle-class - often trained in medical, legal, engineering, teaching professions  -terrorism rarely full-time occupation -inward assurance of strength paradoxically, basically lonely  -believes he/she to be morally superior and in own mind is right -indifferent to suffering of his immediate victims looks to colleagues for acceptance -wants respect from victims
A) Pathological group
B) Neo fascist and extreme right group
C) Anarchist Group
  • 58. Delivery to target is done through
A) Bombing
B) Kidnapping
C) Terrorism
  • 59. This is use to destroy or to disrupt public utilities, political HQs and industrial facilities.
A) Arson
B) Hijacking
C) Bombing
  • 60. are commonly used by terrorists. The hijack supply, ammunitions, fuel cargoes, and vehicles to provide them to gain entry to a close military area. skyjacking of commercial aircraft to gain publicity or to ask demands.
A) Terrorism
B) Hijacking
C) Bombing
  • 61. The oldest but the commonly used terrorist tactic where targets are often police or military officials or political features and they always claim responsibility of assassination.
A) Kidnapping
B) Assassination
C) Hijacking
  • 62. This is a well-planned, well thought-out, properly rehearsed and precisely executed operation. The terronst has time on his side and will spend considerable time preparing for an operation Terrorist have an advantage in that they can choose the time and place of operation.
A) Rebellion
B) Assassination
C) Ambush
  • 63. for ransoms is the most common form of this tactic. The victim is normally confined in a secret hideout and kidnappers make matenal demands
A) Kidnapping
B) Ransome
C) Terrorist
  • 64. taker confronts the authorities and openly holds the victims for ransom. His demands are more than just material in nature. Political concessions are the frequency demanded in exchange for the hostage lives.
A) Kidnapping
B) Hostage taking
C) Extortion
  • 65. Terrorist operations are expensive. To help finance their activities, terrorists rob banks and armored vehicles carrying large sums of cash. Bank robberies are also used as graduation exercises for terrorist training programs and viewed as a tactical operation.
A) Robberies and extortion
B) Kidnapping
C) Muder
  • 66. MILITARY/POLICE command and control facilities logistic/storage facilities computer facilities
A) False
B) True
  • 67. ENGINEERING AND ENERGY SYSTEM nuclear facility sites • dams and electric power lines hydroelectric plants offshore oil rigs gas pipelines
A) False
B) True
  • 68. COMMUNICATION AND SUPPLIES communication lines and facilities equipment warehouse chemical storage sites dock facilities
A) False
B) True
  • 69. TRANSPORTATION rail lines and cars bus depots trucking and facilities mainland routes and bridge airports and aircraft
A) True
B) False
  • 70. HUMAN members of the diplomatic crops government officials corporate executives police and military forces dependents/close relatives of the above
A) True
B) False
  • 71. are the weaknesses the installation security and high risk targets with in such installation. These vulnerabilities are normally identified through security surveys and inspections conducted periodically or on the spot intelligence and security units staffs.
A) Vulnerabilities
B) Statistical
C) Dimensions
  • 72. nationality of population major industry in the area location of installation mission of the installation
A) Static dimension
B) Dynamic dimension
  • 73. assignment of personnel security measures used relations with civilian security demonstrations within post location
A) Dynamic dimension
B) Static dimension
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