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Question 1: Those that posed the greatest threat to the Marines did not abide by standard military communications procedures, nor did they follow set frequencies or ________.
Marconi StationAustraliaUnited StatesCall sign

Question 2: The Radio Reconnaissance Platoon is a specially-trained element of a ________ Radio Battalion.
United States armed forcesUnited States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Army

Question 3: Gillespie, a J2 SIGINT Operations Officer in ________, arrived at Radio Battalion to develop a concept of operations to integrate Radio Battalion Marines with Force Reconnaissance teams for independent advance force operations.
Joint Special Operations CommandDelta ForceSpecial Forces (United States Army)United States Special Operations Command

Question 4: A Radio Reconnaissance Team (RRT) was assigned as the tactical ________ collection element for the Marine Corps Special Operations Command, Detachment One.
Inter-Services IntelligenceSignals intelligenceCentral Intelligence AgencyResearch and Analysis Wing

Question 5: Reconnaissance and surveillance via ________ format
AfghanistanNATOCentral Intelligence AgencyNon-Aligned Movement

Question 6: The Marines of 2nd Radio Battalion had conducted tactical cryptologic operations in support of the entire deployment of the US peacekeeping force in Beirut since the initial landings at ________.
Royal JordanianKuwait AirwaysMiddle East AirlinesBeirut Rafic Hariri International Airport

Question 7: Because the detachment had received no intelligence from the ________ prior to deployment, they were forced to start from scratch upon arrival in Beirut.
Central Intelligence AgencyUnited StatesNational Security AgencyDefense Intelligence Agency

Question 8: ________ intercept (>20 GPM)
ISO/IEC 8859-13ISO/IEC 8859-16Morse codeISO/IEC 8859-3

Question 9: Radio Recon training begins with completion of Army Airborne School, which is followed by the Basic Reconnaissance Course, ________ (SERE), and the Radio Reconnaissance Indoctrination Program.
Special Forces (United States Army)Special Activities DivisionSurvival, Evasion, Resistance and EscapeGuantanamo Bay detention camp







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