EXAM
  • 1. He serves as the civilian adviser of the president on matters concerning defense and security of the state.
A) Area Commanders
B) Secretary of National Defense
C) Chief of Staff
D) Commander-In-Chief
  • 2. He serves as the Commander in Chief of the AFP.
A) Chief of Staff
B) Commander
C) The President
D) Secretary of National Defense
  • 3. He is the principal military adviser of the president, and executes the presidents Command instruction.
A) Area Commanders
B) Chief of Staff
C) Commander-In-Chief
D) Secretary of National Defense
  • 4. When was the Philippine Army Air Corps (PAAC) renamed Philippine Air Force (PAF) and raised to the category of a separate major Command of the AFP?
A) 11 May 1936
B) 01 July 1947
C) 21 January 1921
D) 21 Dec 1935
  • 5. When was the Military Aviation in the Philippines started?
A) 21 January 1921
B) 17 March 1917
C) 11 January 1917
D) 02 Dec 1920
  • 6. The officer under this staff is personally handpicked and selected by the CG, PAF as his direct adviser.
A) Command Staff
B) Special Staff
C) Personal Staff
D) Coordinating Staff
  • 7. He enhances professionalism, promotes honesty and integrity in the military service, instills ethical standards and inculcates a strong sense of public accountability among military and civilian personnel of the Command.
A) Public Information Office
B) Chief of Ethical Standard and Public Accountability
C) The Command Sgt Major
D) The Air Force Inspector General
  • 8. He advises and assists the CG, PAF by inquiring into and reporting on matters pertaining to the performance of the mission, state of morale and discipline, efficiency, effectiveness and economy of the Command.
A) The Air Force Inspector General
B) The Chief of Ethical Standard and Public Accountability
C) Public Information Officer
D) The Command Sgt Major
  • 9. The Primary personal staff NCO and adviser to the CG, PAF on all matters pertaining to the overall welfare of all enlisted personnel of the Command.
A) Public Information Officer
B) Air Force Safety Officer
C) The Air Force Inspector General
D) The Command Sgt Major
  • 10. He assists the Chief of Air Staff by directing and supervising staff activities in a given functional area and plans, programs, and establishes policies and procedures within his functional area of responsibility.
A) Coordinating Staff
B) Special Staff
C) Command Staff
D) Personal Staff
  • 11. He is the primary staff responsible for the coordination, integration, planning and supervision of all air intelligence and counterintelligence activities of the PAF.
A) A-1
B) A-5
C) A-2
D) A-7
  • 12. The primary staff assistant to CG, PAF responsible in the administration and management of personnel.
A) A-3
B) A-1
C) A-2
D) A-4
  • 13. The primary staff responsible on all matters, pertaining to operations, organization, manpower and overall employment of forces of the Command.
A) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Logistics, A-4
B) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Personnel, A-1
C) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Intelligence, A-2
D) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Operations, A-3
  • 14. The primary staff responsible on all matters, pertaining to the formulation of concepts and policies, planning, coordinating, supervising and reviewing all activities pertaining to logistics and other logistical matters.
A) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Logistics, A-4
B) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Intelligence, A-2
C) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Personnel, A-1
D) Assistant Chief of Air Staff for Operations, A-3
  • 15. These are inherited principles, standards and practices that serve as the established guides for an individual or group.
A) Military Courtesy
B) Customs
C) Traditions
D) Military Discipline
  • 16. These are accepted practices realized through continued usage that takes the force and effect of a Common Law.
A) Military Discipline
B) Traditions
C) Military Courtesy
D) Customs
  • 17. The Filipino soldier has epitomized valor during his gallant defenses at Bataan and Corregidor against the Japanese Forces. This refers to______________.
A) Tradition of Duty
B) Tradition of Honor
C) Tradition of Loyalty
D) Tradition of Valor
  • 18. The Filipino soldier has exemplified himself throughout history as a dedicated public servant that performs his task with deep sense of responsibility and self-sacrifice. This refers to______________________.
A) Tradition of Duty
B) Tradition of Valor
C) Tradition of Solidarity
D) Tradition of Loyalty
  • 19. The Filipino soldier has traditionally held the respect of the nation by shedding much blood and offering the supreme sacrifice in defense of the country. This refers to_________________________.
A) Tradition of Loyalty
B) Tradition of Solidarity
C) Tradition of Honor
D) Tradition of Duty
  • 20. The founding fathers of the AFP as well as the nation have courageously demonstrated even in most difficult times the value of honor by leading a life in peace or war with personal dignity and self worth. This refers to____________________.
A) Tradition of Loyalty
B) Tradition of Duty
C) Tradition of Solidarity
D) Tradition of Honor
  • 21. In every endeavor that the Filipino soldier had undertaken he always worked as part of the team. This refers to
A) Tradition of Honor
B) Tradition of Solidarity
C) Tradition of Duty
D) Tradition of Loyalty
  • 22. This is a sign of respect and gesture of farewell tendered to a departed comrade in arms
A) The Three Volleys Over Graves
B) Trumpet or Bugle Calls
C) The white Flag of Truce
D) Presentation of Recruits to Colors
  • 23. Accordingly, when a junior walk, rides, or sits with a senior, what position must he/she take?
A) To the left of the senior
B) To the right side of the senior
C) Beside the senior
D) Abreast and to the left of the senior
  • 24. This is the mental attitude and state of training that renders obedience and proper conduct instinctive in all conditions and is founded upon respect for and loyalty to properly constituted authority.
A) Military Discipline
B) Military Traditions
C) Military Courtesy
D) Military Customs
  • 25. This is the extension or manifestation of consideration for others.
A) Military Discipline
B) Military Courtesy
C) Military Customs
D) Military Traditions
  • 26. Salute is also rendered even when running, at a halt, or walk.
A) False
B) True
  • 27. It is categorized as non-military functions governed with, but not limited to, the cultural, political, economic, social and psychological dimensions of military operations.
A) Value Orientation, Information and Continuous Education
B) Public Affair and Inter-Agency Coordination
C) Civil-Military Operations
D) Mass Communication
  • 28. In reporting indoors under arms, the soldier uncovered and if carrying a rifle, the soldier carries it and salute.
A) True
B) False
  • 29. It is a system for enforcing and administering criminal law in the Armed Force
A) Court Martial
B) Military Commission
C) Military Justice
D) Military Law
  • 30. These are rules governing the conduct of military personnel and providing a method by which persons who break those rules may be punished.
A) Court Martial
B) Military Justice
C) Military Commission
D) Articles of War
  • 31. It is the power and authority of the court to hear, try and decide a case.
A) Court Martial
B) Jurisdiction
C) Court Trial
D) Trial
  • 32. The fundamental Law of the Land.
A) Bill of Rights
B) Article of War
C) Constitutional Law
D) Republic Act
  • 33. The AFP is duly created by law as an integral part of the Executive Branch of the Government. This is under what Section of the Article I of the Code of Ethics?
A) 4
B) 1
C) 2
D) 3
  • 34. Section 2 of the Article I of the Code of Ethics pertains to ____________.
A) Organization and Chain of Command
B) Constitutional Mandate
C) The AFP Core Values
D) Commitment, Measures and Standards
  • 35. Article II of the Code of Ethics refers to__________________.
A) Military Professionalism
B) AFP History
C) Identity
D) The AFP Creed and Stand on Basic Issue
  • 36. It is our crowning value as it is more precious than life itself.
A) Solidarity
B) Valor
C) Honor
D) Loyalty
  • 37. It is the power and strength, courage and ability to overcome fear to carry out our mission and to accomplish what is seemingly impossible.
A) Honor
B) Valor
C) Loyalty
D) Solidarity
  • 38. Article V of the Code of Ethics refers to___________________.
A) AFP Custom and Tradition
B) General Provisions
C) AFP Membership
D) Military Professionalism
  • 39. Article VI of the Code of Ethics refers to____________________.
A) Military Professionalism
B) AFP Custom and Tradition
C) General Provisions
D) AFP membership
  • 40. It is used to cause an unidentified party or person to halt and to be identified.
A) Countersign
B) Password
C) Challenge
D) Signal
  • 41. A word or distinctive sound used to answer a challenge identifies the person or party desiring to enter or pass and is always secret.
A) Signal
B) Countersign
C) Password
D) Identifier
  • 42. It is consist of a secret challenge and a password.
A) Countersign
B) Signal
C) Password
D) Identifier
  • 43. To quit my post only when properly relieved. This is General Order #____________
A) 8
B) 5
C) 6
D) 3
  • 44. To give the alarm in case of fire or disorder. This is General Order #________.
A) 3
B) 6
C) 7
D) 8
  • 45. To call the Corporal of the Guard in any case not covered by instruction. This is General Order Number_________.
A) 6
B) 8
C) 5
D) 9
  • 46. To repeat all violation of orders I am instructed to enforce. This is General Order #________
A) 4
B) 6
C) 5
D) 3
  • 47. To talk to no one except in the line of duty. This is General Order #__________.
A) 6
B) 3
C) 4
D) 7
  • 48. This refers to the established rules of conduct to be followed by military personnel.
A) Etiquette
B) Protocol
C) Military Courtesy
D) Service Etiquette
  • 49. This is based on tradition and convention, or on personal ideals of conduct, which are not in conflict with accepted practice.
A) Service Etiquette
B) Protocol
C) Good Manners
D) Right Conduct
  • 50. This displays ones consideration for others and considered as one of the most valued habit one can acquire.
A) Etiquette
B) On Time
C) Right Conduct
D) Good Manners
  • 51. If you travel aboard the aircraft of a general or flag officer, you must board before the senior and remain in your designated seat until the VIP leaves the plane at its destination
A) False
B) True
  • 52. Disrespect toward the President, Vice President, Congress of the Philippines or Secretary of National Defense is punishable under what AW?
A) 65
B) 59
C) 63
D) 58
  • 53. Assaulting or Willfully Disobeying Officer is punishable under what AW?
A) 59
B) 56
C) 66
D) 65
  • 54. Insubordinate Conduct Toward Non-Commissioned Officer is punishable under what AW?
A) 66
B) 65
C) 59
D) 58
  • 55. Any person who is in time of war be found lurking or acting as a spy in or about any of the fortifications, posts, quarters, or encampments of the AFP or elsewhere is punishable under what AW?
A) 84
B) 85
C) 82
D) 83
  • 56. It is an art of being to follow a man or a group of men using the sign they have left.
A) Raid
B) Reconnaissance
C) Visual Tracking
D) Harbouring
  • 57. They are marks on the ground and disturbance of vegetation left by a man or men or an animal passing thru the area.
A) Jungle Sign
B) Signs
C) Top Signs
D) Group Signs
  • 58. Absence Without Leave falls under what Article of War?
A) AW 65
B) AW 62
C) AW 60
D) AW 63
  • 59. Willful o Negligent Loss, Damage or Wrongful Disposition of Military Property falls under what Articles of War?
A) AW84
B) AW88
C) AW 87
D) AW 86
  • 60. Drunk on Duty falls under what Articles of War?
A) AW 87
B) AW 86
C) AW 88
D) AW 89
  • 61. It is a surprise attack from concealed position on an unsuspecting moving or temporarily halted enemy.
A) Raid
B) Ambush
C) Reconnaissance
D) Patrolling
  • 62. Frauds against the government falls under what Article of War?
A) AW 95
B) AW 97
C) AW 96
D) AW 98
  • 63. This is a uniform rhythm or the number of steps or counts per minute of which the movement is executed.
A) Cadence
B) Depth
C) Flank
D) Pace
  • 64. Double Time cadence is at what rate per minute?
A) 180
B) 160
C) 110
D) 120
  • 65. This refers to one series of elements formed one behind another.
A) Echelon
B) File
C) Flank
D) Formation
  • 66. This is an arrangement of the elements of a unit in line, in column or any other prescribed manner.
A) Interval
B) File
C) Formation
D) Echelon
  • 67. A formation in which the different elements are abreast.
A) Line
B) File
C) Flank
D) Echelon
  • 68. This is the length of the full step in quick time.
A) 24
B) 30
C) 36
D) 28
  • 69. Quick Time cadence is at what rate per minute?
A) 190
B) 120
C) 110
D) 180
  • 70. Slow Time cadence is at what rate per minute?
A) 80
B) 40
C) 60
D) 90
  • 71. It states the movement to be carried out and mentally prepares the soldier for its execution.
A) Preparatory Command
B) Supplementary Command
C) Drill Command
D) Combined Command
  • 72. It tells when the movement is to be carried out.
A) Preparatory Command
B) Supplementary Command
C) Command of Execution
D) Drill Command
  • 73. This is generally conducted to showcase the condition of the individual members and their equipment.
A) Inspection
B) Review
C) Parade
D) Ceremonies
  • 74. This is a ceremony primarily held in honor of a visiting high-ranking military officer, government official or dignitary
A) Review
B) Parade
C) Ceremonies
D) Inspection
  • 75. This is the last part of the ceremony wherein the participating troops exits out of the parade ground passing in front of the honoree and the audience at the grandstand.
A) Exit Presentation
B) March in Review
C) March Back to Position
D) Presentation of Troops
  • 76. It is a logical sequence of action and thru processes which military leader must follow in developing and executing a tactical plan.
A) Harbouring Procedure
B) Patrolling
C) Troop Leading Procedure
D) Visual Tracking Procedure
  • 77. It is a mental problem solving process that a leader must go through to be able to come up with a logical and realistic assessment of a tactical situation necessary for a good decision.
A) Harbouring
B) Visual tracking
C) Troop Leading Procedure
D) Estimate of Situation
  • 78. It contains Commander's plan on how he intends his unit to conduct a particular operation and can be issued verbally or in writing.
A) Operating Order
B) Combat Order
C) Mission Order
D) Fragmentary Order
  • 79. It contains all the information and guidance concerning the coordinating action necessary to carry out the commander's plan on how to conduct an operation.
A) Fragmentary Order
B) Mission Order
C) Combat Order
D) Operation Order
  • 80. It is a set of instruction having the force of order and which requires the performance of standardized or routine procedures at the event of any contingency.
A) Combat Order
B) Standing Operating Procedure
C) Fragmentary Order
D) Mission Order
  • 81. A situation wherein the patrol had been burned out, holding the person and conducting interrogation until the mission is accomplished.
A) Hasty Ambush
B) Meeting engagement
C) Compromise
D) To withdraw
  • 82. A situation wherein your chance upon the enemy and you see each other at the same time, the first one to see the enemy immediately open fire and the patrol leader decides if they engage in the enemy or withdraw.
A) Near ambush
B) Hasty ambush
C) To engage
D) Meeting Engagement
  • 83. A situation wherein the team disengages but first execute skirmisher upon the command of the TL, to ensure an orderly withdrawal, with continuous supporting fire.
A) To Withdraw
B) To Engage
C) To Compromise
D) To Fire
  • 84. It is a unit out from the large units.
A) Harbouring
B) Patrol
C) Reconnaissance
D) Ambush
  • 85. It is a patrol sent out to gather information.
A) Link-Up Operation
B) Recon patrol
C) Raid ambush
D) Combat Patrol
  • 86. It is conducted when a patrol halts for extended period of time in a place that is not protected by friendly forces.
A) Recon Patrol
B) Combat Patrol
C) Raid
D) Patrol Base
  • 87. It is a patrol sent out by a unit with the mission of harassment, destruction, capture of enemy personnel, equipment and installations.
A) Security Patrol
B) Reconnaissance Patrol
C) Combat Patrol
D) Ambush Patrol
  • 88. A Combat Patrol that established, maintained enemy contact to the front, flanks and rear. They are sometimes referred to as Search and Attack Patrol.
A) Contract Patrol
B) Raid Patrol
C) Security Patrol
D) Ambush Patrol
  • 89. A Combat Patrol that conducts surprise attack on mobile targets.
A) Raid Patro
B) Ambush Patrol
C) Security Patrol
D) Contract Patrol
  • 90. A Combat Patrol that conducts surprise attacks on static targets.
A) Security Patrol
B) Raid Patrol
C) Ambush Patrol
D) Contract Patrol
  • 91. It is the process of linking or joining together with another patrol in the combat area.
A) Unite
B) Movements
C) Operations
D) Link-up
  • 92. It is an established defensive position of a patrol for the purpose of patrol reorganization, mission planning, resting when patrol decides to move during night time and hide a large patrol while making a final recon on the objective.
A) Harbouring
B) Reconnaissance
C) Visual Tracking
D) Raid
  • 93. This stage of harbouring can only be declared when activities are negative, sentries are double to many positions allowing it a rest to other members.
A) Stand down
B) Stand up
C) Stand center
D) Stand to
  • 94. This stage of harbouring means establishing within the sectors boundaries of plan/team manned by the series.
A) Worked period
B) Clearing Patrol
C) Sentries out
D) Stand to
  • 95. These are the characteristics of good harbouring position, except:
A) It should provide a good cover and concealment
B) Near Road Nets
C) Closed to the area of operation
D) Good routes to and from the position
  • 96. It is a surprise and violent attack on enemy position or installation followed by a swift and organized withdrawal.
A) Reconnaissance
B) Patrolling
C) Ambush
D) Raid
  • 97. It is conducted before the execution of raid and done with utmost secrecy to prevent the enemy from being compromised.
A) Visual Tracking
B) Patrolling
C) Harbouring
D) Reconnaissance
  • 98. These are the following guideline in conducting a raid, except:
A) Leaders must conduct reconnaissance
B) Always rehearse the element of the raiding forces
C) Always strike quickly to gain response
D) Use the same route for withdrawal
  • 99. It is the most important element of an ambush that consists of striking the enemy for which he is totally unprepared.
A) Surprise
B) Coordinated fire
C) Control
D) Attack
  • 100. These are the following types of ambush formation, except:
A) Round Formation
B) Shaped formation
C) Box formation
D) Line formation
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