The Joint Logistics Environment

1) The joint logistics environment (JLE) exists within the _____ environment and consists of _____ that affect the employment of logistic capabilities.  [objective128]    

strategic; operation plans, service capabilities, and climates

strategic; authorities, logistic providers, and imperatives

operational; conditions, circumstances, and influences

tactical; situations, provisions, and restrictions

2) When identifying support activities during pre-redeployment, redeploying forces _____.  [objective153]    

confirm readiness and available movement dates

perform all personnel, supply, and inspection activities

may move to a designated staging area to prepare

must be supported with medical care, life support, supplies, and materiel

3) Which of the following joint logistic imperatives links the mission, commander's intent, and operational objectives to core logistic capabilities, procedures, and organizations?  [objective130]    





4) War games, simulations, or table exercises enable joint logisticians to work directly with the operations planners as they seek to _____.  [objective131]    

identify vulnerabilities in joint logistic plans

improve friendly forces' opportunity for success

determine feasibility of support by assessing capabilities of the supply chain

conduct assessments and identify risk

5) The purpose of field maintenance operations is to repair, modify, rebuild, and overhaul both entire systems and components and is directly linked to life cycle systems readiness.  [objective132]    



6) Core joint logistic capabilities are the _____ used to achieve objectives.  [objective133]   [Remediation Accessed :N] 

processes, functions, and timetables

people, places, and things

agencies, materiel, and transportation

ends, ways, and means

7) Which of the following provides plans, policy, and guidance on Service member issues?  [objective134]    

Joint Manpower Division

Personnel Services Division

Director's Action Group

Personnel Readiness Division

8) The principles of personnel support are defined as having a _____ that is _____.  [objective135]    

command emphasis; responsive, and responsible

command emphasis; synchronized, unified, and flexible

staff emphasis; synchronized, unified, and flexible

staff emphasis; responsive and responsible

9) The purpose of the personnel estimate is to _____. (Select all that apply.)  [objective136]    

identify the most appropriate forces that best meet the SecDef's requirements

apportion forces to the combatant commander

develop the most effective solution to a problem

collect and analyze relevant information


10) Which of the following describes Global Force Management? (Select all that apply.)  [objective137]   [Remediation Accessed :N] 

It aligns force assignment, apportionment, and allocation methodologies to support the National Defense Strategy, joint force availability, and assessments.

It offers insights into the global availability of U.S. military forces and capabilities.

It provides the most effective solution to a personnel problem.

It provides senior decision makers a process to quickly and accurately assess the impact and risk of proposed changes to the distribution of forces and capabilities.


11) Staff Judge Advocates are responsible for _____. (Select all that apply.)  [objective138]    

identifying the personnel requirements for their sections

understanding the legal support requirements of the joint task force to which they are assigned

developing the organizational structure for their sections

operating on a sustained 24-hour battle rhythm

12) While employed, the Staff Judge Advocate ensures that the joint force commander understands the _____.  [objective139]    

requirements from host nations for a transparent legal environment in which to conduct joint operations

traffic laws and ports of entry requirements that impact transportation of personnel and materiel into the foreign nation

laws, treaties, and agreements that apply to U.S. relations with the foreign governments and their inhabitants

cultures and religious beliefs that impact U.S. relationships with the foreign inhabitants

13) An environment in which operations may or may not be opposed at any point during deployment by forces or individuals not under the host government's control is a(n) _____ environment.  [objective140]    





14) Which of the following is described as the ability to project the military instrument of national power?  [objective141]    

Global force management

Operation plan (OPLAN)

Global force projection

Concept of operations (CONOPS)

15) Which stage of the projection process is identified by the movement of forces within the operational areas (OAs), the positioning of forces into a formation for battle, or the relocation of forces and materiel to a different OA?  [objective142]   [Remediation Accessed :N] 





16) During which stage of the projection process can senior leaders establish support facilities in multiple sites outside of the U.S. and the crisis area?  [objective143]    


Joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI)



17) A forward deployed force and prepositioned assets, forces with organic movement capability, significantly contribute to the _____ of response.  [objective144]   [Remediation Accessed :N] 





18) Which of the following describe the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's (CJCS's) responsibilities? (Select all that apply.)  [objective145]    

Reviews the CCDR's plans and programs to determine adequacy, consistency, acceptability, and feasibility to perform the assigned mission

Prescribes a movement priority system to ensure responsiveness to meet the needs of the combatant commander (CCDR)

Monitors the capabilities of United States Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)

Prepares joint logistic and mobility plans to support joint operation plans (OPLANS)

19) Which statement describes the difference between the responsibilities of the supported combatant commander (CCDR) and the supporting CCDR?  [objective146]    

The supported CCDR builds and validates force and movement requirements, whereas the supporting CCDR reports force movement requirements data.

The supported CCDR regulates the transportation flow of support personnel, whereas the supporting CCDR regulates the force flow based on strategic, operational, and tactical control.

The supported CCDR ensures units retain visibility and mobility, whereas the supporting CCDR determines predeployment standards.

The supported CCDR establishes a collaborative process, whereas the supporting CCDR must prioritize mission, align forces, and consider planned theater distribution.

20) The primary objective of deployment planning is to _____.  [objective147]    

mobilize personnel in response to a crisis

project force requirements for the global theater

transfer personnel, equipment and materiel to another operational area (OA)

provide personnel, equipment and materiel when and where required by the concept of operations (CONOPS)

21) Which of the following are phases of the deployment process? (Select all that apply.)  [objective148]    



Deployment planning

Predeployment activities

22) Which of the segments of joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI) is defined as the process of synchronizing the transfer of capabilities into an operational commander's force?  [objective149]    

Onward movement




23) Which of the following joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI ) elements are defined as 'enabling'? (Select all that apply.)  [objective150]    

Multinational support

Legal support

Force protection

Contract support

24) Which of the following joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI) elements are defined as 'essential'? (Select all that apply.)  [objective151]     

contract support

communication systems

host nation support

support organizations and structures

25) During the joint reception, staging, onward movement, and integration (JRSOI) phase of redeployment, destination reception refers to _____.  [objective152]    

recovering the unit's assigned personnel and equipment

preparing the force for the next crisis

transporting forces via a common user or commercial lift from a port of debarkation (POD) to a demobilization station

tracking the force to determine exact location of personnel, equipment, and materiel

26) Which of the following key global providers supports the components of the joint force with equipment and supplies needed for sustained logistic readiness?  [objective129]    


Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)/Services

Joint Staff