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Question 1: Information on enemy order of battle and locations derived from ________ detections are reported to the Ground Combat Element and the Command Element of MAGTF.
Counter-battery radarBEL Weapon Locating RadarARTHUR (military)Artillery

Question 2: Although the platoon can be employed in support of a myriad of tactical missions in defensive and offensive operations, they are primarily employed to provide timely surveillance and tactical data and coordinate supporting arms and ________.
Fighter aircraftClose air supportGround-attack aircraftAerial warfare

Question 3: Every Marine ________ can deliver long-range precision fire on selected targets from concealed positions.
United States Marine Corps Force ReconnaissanceUnited States Marine Corps Reconnaissance BattalionsUnited States Marine CorpsScout Sniper

Question 4: The Fleet Marine Force's detachable force reconnaissance platoons can operate independently from the support ________ if needed, making them special operations "capable" in forward-operated areas.
Marine Expeditionary UnitMarine Air-Ground Task ForceUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Marine Corps Aviation

Question 5: After ________, three significant aspects of the second edition of Williams' Naval Reconnaissance[4][5] included:
Western Front (World War I)Caucasus CampaignWorld War IArmenian Genocide

Question 6: ________ (configuration of the ground [cities, towns, roads, trails, railroads])
Topographic mapGeographic information systemTopographyDigital elevation model

Question 7: During the mid-1950s, a recon test platoon from the ________ experimented in various parachute insertions for deeper reconnaissance and pathfinding.
United States Marine Corps Amphibious Reconnaissance BattalionUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Marine Corps Force ReconnaissanceMarine Corps Test Unit

Question 8: The remaining Army and Navy counterparts formed the "________"[10] and continued its deployment to North Africa as planned.
United States Naval Special Warfare CommandUnited States Navy SEALsUnited States armed forcesUnited States Navy

Question 9: Prior to the arrival of Marines in this area of the ________, the Australians had already established a network of deep reconnaissance agents known as the Australian Coastwatchers.
World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarGuadalcanal CampaignPacific War

Question 10: The I Marine Amphibious Corps (I MAC) and III Marine Amphibious Corps (III MAC) approached its ________ assets more differently than the V Amphibious Corps's (VAC) Reconnaissance platoons.
United States Marine Air-Ground Task Force ReconnaissanceReconnaissanceUnited States Marine Corps Force ReconnaissanceSpecial reconnaissance







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