2023-2024 Drill Knowledge Packet

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Commander in Chief

President Joseph R. Biden

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Vice President (President of Senate)

Honorable Kamala Harris

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Secretary of Defense

Honorable Llyod Austin III

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Chief of Staff

Honorable Jeff Zients

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Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General Charles Q. Brown Jr.

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Secretary of the Army

Honorable Christine Wormuth

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Chief of Staff, Army

General Randy A. George

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SGT MAJ of the Army

SMA Michael R. Weimer

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Commander, TRADOC

General Gary M. Brito

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CSM, TRADOC

CSM Raymond S. Harris

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Commander, U.S. Army Cadet Command

MAJ General Antonio Munera

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CSM, U.S. Army Cadet Command

CSM Roy A. Young

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Commander, 5th Brigade

COL Mark Olsen

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CSM, 5th Brigade

CSM Jose M. Salas

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Senior Army Instructor

US Army Retired CPT Dwayne Rhodes

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Secretary of State

Honorable Antony Blinken

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Secretary of Agriculture

Honorable Tom Vilsack

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Secretary of Commerce

Honorable Gina Raimondo

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Secretary of Defense

Honorable Llyod Austin III

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Secretary of Education

Honorable Miguel Cardona

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Secretary of Energy

Honorable Jennifer Granholm

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Secretary of Health and Human Services

Honorable Xavier Becerra

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Secretary of Homeland Security

Honorable Alejandro Mayorkas

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Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

Honorable Marcia Fudge

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Secretary of the Interior

Honorable Deb Haaland

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Department of Justice

Attorney General Merrick Garland

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Secretary of Labor

Honorable Julie Su

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Secretary of Treasury

Secretary Janet Yellen

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Secretary of Transportation

Honorable Pete Buttigieg

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Secretary of Veteran Affairs

Honorable Denis McDonough

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White House Trade Representative

Representative Katherine Thai

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Director of National Intelligence

Director of Avril Haines

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Representative of the United States to the United Nations

Representative Linda Thomas-Greenfield

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Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)

Director William J. Burns

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Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency

Administrator Michael Regan

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Administrator of the Small Business Administration

Administrator Isabel Guzman

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Chair of the Council of Economic Advisors

Chair Gentleman Jared Bernstein

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White House Press Secretary

Honorable Karine Jean-Pierre

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Speaker of the House

Speaker Patrick McHenry

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Governor of Texas

Governor Greg Abott

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Senators of Texas

John Cornyn and Ted Cruz

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5 Basic colors on a Military Map

Red, black, green, blue, and brown

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What does red stand for on a military map

major highways, boundaries, and populated areas

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What does black stand for on a military map

all man-made features not depicted in red

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What does green stand for on a military map

vegetation

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What does blue stand for on a military map

water

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What does brown stand for on a military map

contour, elevation and relief

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Define a map

a graphic representation of a portion of the earth’s surface drawn to scale, as seen from above

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What is the purpose of a map

a map provides information on the existence of, the location of, and the distance between ground features such as populated places and routes of travel and communication

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How do you read a map

right, then up

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Define an Azimuth

a horizontal angle measured clockwise from a base direction

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What are the three types of North

True North, Grid North, Magnetic North

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How is True North depicted on a map

A STAR

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How is Grid North depicted on a map

the letters GN

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What is a G-M angle

the angle between grid north and magnetic north

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How is magnetic north depicted on a map

a half arrowhead

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How do you compute a back azimuth

add or subtract 180 degrees

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What units are used to measure distance on a map

miles, meters, and yards

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What are the three types of contour lines on a map

index, supplementary, and intermediate

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What is the instrument used to read coordinates on a map

coordinate scale

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What instrument is used to measure an azimuth on the map

protractor

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What instrument is used to measure a magnetic azimuth

compass

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Name the 5 major terrain features

hill, valley, saddle, ridge, and depression

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What is a hill

an area of high ground

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What is a valley

a stretched-out groove in the land

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What is a saddle

a dip between two hills

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What is a ridge

a sloping line of high ground

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What is a depression (terrain feature)

a low point in the ground; a sinkhole

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What are the 3 minor terrain features

draw, spur, and cliff

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What is a draw

a stream course that is less developed than a valley

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What is a spur

a short, continuous sloping line of higher ground, normally jutting out from the side of a ridge

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What is a cliff

a vertical or near vertical feature

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How many stars are on the flag and what do they represent

50 stars representing the 50 United States

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How many stripes are on the flag and what do they represent

13 stripes representing the 13 original colonies

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Flag official colors

“Old Glory Red,” “White” and “Old Glory Blue.”

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What do the flag official colors represent

Red- Hardiness and Valor

White- Purity and Innocence

Blue- Vigilance, Preservation and Justice

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How many red and white stripes are on the US Flag?

7 red and 6 white

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How is the flag raised to half-mast

Raised to the top, then lowered to the middle of the flagpole

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How is the flag lowered from half-mast

raised to the top, then lowered to be folded

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Flag types

Garrison, Post, Storm, and Field

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Garrison Flag size

20 ft x 38 ft

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Post Flag size

8 ft 11 3/8 in x 17 ft

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Storm Flag size

5 ft x 9 ½ ft

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Field Flag size

6 ft 8 in x 12 ft

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When is the Garrison Flag flown?

Flown on National Holidays and Special Occasions.

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When is the Post Flag flown?

Flown Daily Except When the Garrison and Storm Flags Are Flown. Many Be Flown In Lieu (instead) Of The Garrison Flag.

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When is the Storm Flag flown?

Flown in Inclement Weather

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When is the Field Flag flown?

May be Flown When Distinguished Visitors Are Present

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Who created the first stars and stripes?

The Continental Congress of Philadelphia in 1777

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In what year were additional stars and stripes added to the flag?

In 1818, a star for each state was admitted to the union.

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How is the US Flag displayed on Memorial Day?

Half staff until noon then raised to the top of the staff.

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Define first aid

Immediate help given to an injured individual until qualified medical personnel arrives

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Define Shock

the failure of the cardiovascular system to keep adequate blood flowing to the vital organs of the body, such as the brain, heart, or lungs

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What are the four life saving steps?

  1. Open Airway; Restore breathing and heartbeat

  2. Stop the bleeding

  3. Control and Treat for shock

  4. Dress and Bandage the wound

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What are the three types of bleeding

  1. Arterial- Bright red blood that spurts with every heartbeat

  2. Capillary- steady flow of bright red blood

  3. Venous- steady flow of dark red blood

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What are the four ways to stop bleeding

  1. Direct Pressure

  2. Elevation

  3. Pressure Points

  4. Tourniquet

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What is the most preferred method to stop the bleeding?

Direct pressure

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What is the least preferred method to stop the bleeding?

Tourniquet

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What are the two types of fractures?

  1. Simple (Closed)- bone not protruding from the skin

  2. Compound (Open)- bone is protruding from the skin

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What does CPR stand for?

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

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