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The AFP Organization

1. He is the father of the Philippine Army.


a. Lapu-Lapu
c. Andres Bonifacio
b. Rajah Sulayman
d. Emilio Aguinaldo
e.
2. During the Pre-Spanish Occupation, the 1 st recorder revolt was on ______________ in Mactan,
Cebu.
a. 27 April 1521
c. 05 May 1621
b. 23 April 1521
d. 22 July 1521
e.
3. The _____________ is the start of the Philippine revolt.
a. Tejeros Convention
c. Tearing of Sedula
b. Cry at Pugad-Lawin
d. Death of Rizal
f.
4. On ____________, the Katipunan was established by Andres Bonifacio.
a. 29 Aug 1789
c. 27 April 1521
b. 05 May 1521
d. 07 July 1892
e.
5. Philippine Independence Day is on _________________.
a. 07 July 1892
c. 09 July 1989
b. 12 June 1898
d. 12 July 1892
e.
f.
6-7.
Fall of Bataan:_______________::Fall of Corregidor:_________________
a. 09 April 1942; 06 May 1942
c. 06 April 1942; 09 May 1942
b. 06 May 1942; 09 April 1942
d. 09 May 1942; 09 April 1942
e.
f. 8.
In _____, the UP ROTC unit was first to recognized at Padre Fauna Campus, UP
Diliman, Q.C.
a. 1910
c. 1920
b. 1912
d. 1922
e. 9.
It is the sequence of commanders in an organization who have direct authority and
primary responsibility for accomplishing the assigned unit mission while caring for personnel and
property in their charge.
a.
b.
e.

Chain of Commanders
Heirarchy of Officials

c.
d.

f.

10. The following are the 4 Major Services of the Armed Forces of the Philippines except
one:

a.
b.

Philippine Airborne
Philippine Navy

c.
d.

Chain of Command
Heirarchy of Commanders

Philippine Army
Philippine Constabulary

e.
f. MILITARY COURTESY AND DISCIPLINE
g.
1. It is state of order and obedience among personnel in a military organization.
h.
a. Military Courtesy

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

i.
b. Cooperation
j.
c. Military Discipline
k.
d. Military Courtesy and Discipline
With ___________, everybody learn the sense of obligation to himself and to his group, to his
superiors and to the entire organization where he belongs.
l. a. Military Courtesy and Discipline
m. b. Cooperation
n. c. Courtesy
o. d. Discipline
p.
There are the acts of politeness, civility and respect that personnel in the military organization
accord to one another.
q. a. Military Courtesy
r. b. Military Courtesy and Discipline
s. c. Courtesy
t. d. Discipline
u.
It is the body of unwritten or common law of the armies, navies, and air forces.
v. a. National Defense Act
w. b. Custom of the Service
x. c. Military Courtesy and Discipline
y. d. Military Discipline
z.
The term may be defined as the mental state and spirit of an individual or unit.
aa. a. Military Courtesy and Discipline
ab. b. Dignity
ac. c. Morale
ad. d. Military Discipline
ae.
It is the ability to accomplish successfully an assigned task in the shortest possible time with the
least confusion.
af. a. Morale
ag. b. Efficiency
ah. c. Responsibility
ai. d. Discipline
aj.
It is particularly important in military operations where its presence or lack of it may spell the
difference between victory and defeat.
ak. a. Efficiency
al. b. Teamwork
am. c. Discipline
an. d. Sportsmanship
ao.
It is the most important and the most common form of all the military courtesies.
ap. a. Salute
aq. b. Military Courtesy
ar. c. Military Discipline
as. d. Proper Attention
at.
The following are entitled to salute except one:
au. a. Commissioned and Non-Commissioned Officers of AFP

av. b. Commissioned Officers of the Armed Forces of Allied Nations


aw. c. Civilian High Officials
ax. d. Colors and Standards
ay. 10. All are acts when NOT to salute except one:
az.
ba.
bb.
bc.

a. When in ranks
b. After conversing with an officer
c. When meeting a prisoner
d. Indoors, except when reporting to an officer

bd. First Aid


be.
1. The assistance given to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury.
a. CPR
c. Bandage
b. First Aid
d. Call for Response Team
e.
2. CPR stands for
a. Cancel Panting of Respiratory
c. Can Properly Revive
b. Cardiac-pulse Restoration
d. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
f.
3. It is a way of transferring a victim without assistance.
a. Assist to walk
c. Hammock carry
b. Chair carry
d. two-handed seat
e.
4. You saw a victim lying in the ground, what is the first thing that you will do?
a. Check the victim
c. Apply CPR to the victim
b. Check the scene for safety
d. Run away from the victim
c.
5.

The following are the procedures in applying CPR, except:


a. Clip the nose of the victim
b. Seal your mouth tightly around the victim's mouth
c. Tilt the victim's head upward
d. Tap the shoulder of the victim forcedly to bring back consciousness

6. What will you use in bandaging the injured joint?


a. Figure-of-eight bandage
b. Spiral bandage
e.
7. You cant apply bandaging to
a. Injuries with splint
b. Injured joint

c. Spiral reverse bandage


d. Circular bandage

c. Tooth decay
d. Head injury

e.
8. In applying CPR to small children/infants, you must not:
a. Tilt the head of the infant victim same as the tilting of the adult victim

b. Seal both mouth and nose of the victim


c. Blow into the victim with less pressure & volume
d. Chest compressions to the victim using 2 or 3 fingers
9. CPR is not applicable to
a. Adults
b. infants
c. fish
d. Children
f.
10. It is used to hold a wound dressing or splint in place
a. Supporter
b. Stretcher
c. Rope
d. Bandage
g.
h. SIGNAL COMMUNICATION
1. It is the most commonly used type of communication
a. Visual Communication
c. Telecommunication
b. Radio Communication
d. Sound Communication
2. A group of several stations working together on a same frequency
a. Radio Net
c. Net Call Sign
b. Call Sign
d. Individual Call Sign
3. All are old used methods in communicating except
a. Trained Animals
c. Messenger
b. .Sound Communication
d. Mail
4. A combination of pronounceable words that identifies the facility
a. Radio Net
c. Net Call Sign
b. Call Sign
d. Individual Call Sign
5. It means that the transmission has ended and is expecting a response from you
a. Over
c. Out
b. Roger
d. Break - Break
6. It means that the last message was received satisfactorily
a. Over
c. Out
b. Roger
d. Break- Break
7. It means that the transaction has ended and no response is expected
a. Over
c. Out
b. Roger
d. Break - Break
8. It means to stop conversation and allow to transmit urgent message
a. Over
c. Out
b. Roger
d. Break Break
9. It identifies a single call in a net
a. Radio Net
c. Net Call Sign
b. Call Sign
d. Individual Call Sign
10. Which of the following mismatched?
a. W Wine
c. M Mike
b. U Uniform
d. X X-ray
i. INTERIOR GUARD DUTY
j.
1. He provides sentinel for security and prescribe regulation and special orders of the guard
a. Commanding Officer
c. Officer of the day
b. Field officer of the day
d. Sergeant of the Guard
2. He is responsible for the performance of the guard and protect life and property in case of alarm
a. Commanding Officer
c. Officer of the day
b. Field officer of the day
d. Sergeant of the Guard

3. He is the representative of the commanding officer and conducts inspection for details
a. Commanding officer
c. Officer of the day
b. Field officer of the day
d. Sergeant of the Guard
k.
4. It is a type of order which applies to all sentinels
a. General Orders
c. Common Orders
b. Special Orders
d. None of these
5. A type of order which applies to particular posts and duties
a. General Orders
c. Common Orders
b. Special Orders
d. None of these
6. To talk to no one except in line of duty is the General Order number __
a. 6
c. 8
b. 7
d. 9
7. To report all violation of orders I am instructed to enforce is the General Order number __
a. 3
c. 5
b. 4
d. 6
8. It employs visual trickery
l. a. Camouflaging
c. Cover
m. b. Concealment
d. None of these
9. It is a natural or artificial protection from every fire
a. Camouflaging
c. Cover
b. Concealment
d. None of these
10. It is a natural or artificial protection from observation
a. Camouflaging
c. Cover
b. Concealment
d. None of these
n.
o.
p.
q.
r.
s.
t.
u.
v.
w.
x.
y.
z.
aa.
ab.
ac.
ad.
ag.
ah.
ai.

Survival, Escape, and Evasion


1. Freeing ones self after being captured from the enemy is called an act of ______.
a. Evasion
b. Break out
c. Escape
d. Self-Defence
2. When captured by the enemy, a soldier is vested by the following duties except for one
a. To assume leadership
b. To resist interrogation
c. To resist orders from fellow captives
d. To fight anywhere and destroy the enemy camp
3. Which of these are edible?
a. Snake eggs b. Bird eggs
c. All of the above
d. None of the above

4. Which part of the animal do you have to remove before cooking it?
a. In trails
b. Bones
c. All of the above
d. None of the above
5. What does the S keyword in survival stand for?
a. Save resources
ae.
c. Seek help
b. Size up the situation
af.
d. Search for resources
6. Staying out of enemy lines is considered an act of _______.
a. Stealth
b. Evasion
c. Escape
d. Self-Defence
7. Which of the following is a psychological condition that a person needs to overcome in
order to survive?
aj.
a. Fear of the unknown
ak.
b. Fear of darkness

al.
c. All of the above
am.
d. None of the above
an. 8. Which of the following isnt a factor that decides if you survive?
ao.
a. Crash landing
b. Enemy encounter
c. Ship wreck d. Lost patrol
ap. 9. Which of the following isnt a principle of evasion?
aq.
a. Use your firearms as much as possible
ar.
b. Drop your equipment to lighten load
as.
c. All of the above
at.
d. None of the above
au. 10. A necessary instinct that man needs to overcome any danger or death
av.
a. Fear
b. Strength c. Will power d. Survival
aw.
ax. Map Reading
ay. 1. It is a graphical representation of a portion of the earths surface drawn to scale, as seen
from above.
az.
a. Globe
b. Map
c. Navigation chart
d. PDA
ba. 2. Maps with scales that range from 1:1,000,000 to 1:75,000
bb.
a. Medium maps
b. Small maps c. Large maps d. Extra large maps
bc. 3. A kind of map that portrays terrain features in a measurable way
bd.
a. Terrain Model
b. Topographic
c. Planimetric
d. Photomosaic
be. 4. A kind of map that consists of an assembly of aerial photographs
bf.
a. Photo
b. Aerial
c. Photomosaic
d. Joint operations graphics
bg. 5. What color is used in a military map that indicates cultural features such as population?
bh.
a. Black
b. Red-Brown
c. Green
d. Red
bi. 6. What color is used in a military map to indicate man-made cultural features such as
buildings?
bj.
a. Black
b. Red-Brown
c. Green
d.Red
bk. 7. In the army military grid reference system, what is the general rule of reading coordinates?
bl.
a. Right and down
b. Left and down
c. Right and up
d. Left and up
bm. 8. Is a horizontal angle measured clockwise from a north base line?
bn.
a. Base line angle
b. Azimuth
c. High point d. Low Point
bo. 9. Is the method of locating one's position on a map by determining the grid azimuth to at
least two well-defined locations that can be pinpointed on the map?
bp.
a. Polar Coordinates
b. Resection
c. Modified resection d. Orientation
bq. 10. Is the type of compass that is defined to be the most common and simplest instrument
used for measuring direction?
br.
a. Magnetic compass
bs.
b. Wrist/Pocket Compass
bt.
c. artillery M2 Compass
bu.
d. Lensatic Compass
bv.
bw. M16
bx.
by. 1. How many parts does the M16 rifle have?
bz.
a. 1
ca.
b. 2

cb.
cd.
ce.
cf.
ci.
cj.
ck.
cn.
co.
cp.
cs.
ct.
cu.
cx.
cy.
cz.
dc.
dd.
de.
dh.
di.
dj.

c. 3
cc. d. 4
2. It occurs when the firing pin strikes the primer of the cartridge.
a. Firing
cg. c. Cocking
b. Ejecting
ch. d. Locking
3. Returning the firing mechanism to cock position.
a. Firing
cl. c. Cocking
b. Ejecting
cm. d. Locking
4. sealing the cartridge in the chamber
a. Firing
cq. c. Cocking
b. Ejecting
cr. d. Locking
5. Removing the empty cartridge from the weapon
a. Firing
cv. c. Cocking
b. Ejecting
cw. d. Locking
6. Placing the cartridge in the receiver
a. feeding
da. c. extracting
b. Ejecting
db. d. Locking
7. Unsealing the breach of barrel
a. unlocking
df. c. chambering
b. Ejecting
dg. d. Locking
8. These are the functioning of the M16, except
a. Magazine fed
dk. c. air cooled
b. Gas operated
dl. d. hand-carry weapon

dm. 9. In handling a weapon you must


dn.
a. throw to the ground
do.
b. not point to someone/something youre not ready to destroy
dp.
c. keep your finger in the trigger
dq.
d. not clean the weapon
dr. 10. the first thing to do in the disassembly of M16
ds.
a. remove the sling
dt.
b. remove the magazine
du.
c. point the level selector to safe position
dv.
d. get the bolt
dw.