The 2 reserve components are comprised of the Army Reserves and the Army National Guard. Army civilians support all 3 components.
| 7. What is the function of the operating force? I The operating force consists of units who are trained, organized, and equipped to deploy and fight. | 8. What is the function of the generating force? I The generating force mans, trains, equips, deploys, and ensures the readiness of army forces. | 9.
What 5 sets of characteristics will enhance the army's operational adaptability? | 1. Depth and Versatility 2. Adaptability and Innovation 3.Flexibility and Agility 4. Integration and synchronization 5. Lethality and Discrimination ADAPT 1-02: Operational Terms and Military Symbols Who is the principle audience for ADAPT 1-02? | The principle audience for ADAPT 1-02 is all members of the profession of arms.
| 2. What is the purpose off common set of doctrinal terms and military symbols? I Terms and symbols communicate a lot of Information with a simple text or image, It eliminates the need for lengthy explanations. 3. What are 3 areas of focus of the professional language of land warfare? I 1.
Principle of simplicity 2.Importance of clear communication 3. Importance of teaching the language. | 4. What is the difference between framed and unframed symbols? I Framed symbols include unit, equipment, and Installation symbols. Unframed symbols Include control measure and tactical task mission symbols.
| 5. Who establishes policy for developing doctrinal terms? I The united States Army Training and Doctrine Command establishes policy for developing doctrinal terms. | 6. What military symbols are included on a common operational picture, which Is displayed on a map representing the area of operations?I * Friendly and enemy positions * Boundaries * Control measures * Anything the commander deems necessary | 7.
How are acronyms formed? I By 8. What is a common Operational Picture? I An Operational Picture is a display of relevant information, in the area of operation, based on data shared by more than one command. | 9. What is communication in reference to operational terms and military symbols? I Communication is an exchange of meaning, which is only complete when the meaning is understood by the intended audience. 10.
Who an propose changes to doctrinal terms? I Any soldier can propose a change to any subject area. The proposal will then be considered | 11. What is the purpose of abbreviations and acronyms in the profession of arms? I The purpose of abbreviations and acronyms is for ease of use in speaking and writing. I * QUIZ: Army Doctrine Publication 1-02 Operational Terms and Military Symbols 1.
What is the purpose of common operational terms? A. Communicate a great deal of information with a simple word or phrase. B.Eliminate the need for a lengthy explanation of a complex idea. . Convey information with greater speed and less risk of misunderstanding.
D. All of the above 2. What is the purpose of abbreviations and acronyms? A. Use shorter versions of doctrinal and military terms.
B. Reduce the size of paragraphs in orders and publications. C. Create a professional language for branches and functional areas. D.
All of the above. 3. What is the purpose of common military symbols? A. Helps commanders communicate orders visually and helps subordinates understand them quickly b.Provides an instantly recognizable "picture" of a actuarially based piece of information.
C. No matter what language is spoken, when a symbol is displayed, the central, doctrinal idea is readily apparent. D. All of the above.
4. What is the major difference between framed and unframed symbols? A. There is no difference. B. The frame of a symbol provides a distinctive and clear representation of its standard identity (hostile, suspect, friendly, assumed friend, neutral, unknown, and pending).
C. Unframed symbols have no frame. D. Framed symbols include control measures and tactical tasks.