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When was the Battle of Midway?
June 4th, 1942
When was the Battle of Leyte Gulf?
October 23rd, 1944
When was the Battle of Guadalcanal?
August 7th, 1942
What was the first Carrier to Carrier Battle?
The Battle of the Coral Sea
Which battle were the five Sullivan Brothers lost and aboard what ship?
The Battle of Guadalcanal on board the USS Juneau
When is the Navy's birthday?
October 13 1775
When were the Navy's Core Values established and by whome?
1992 by Admiral Kelso
What are the Navy's Core Values?
Honor, Courage and Commitment
What brought on the developement of the Navy's Core Values?
Tailhook
What does NSC stand for?
National Security Council
Who is on the NSC?
The President, Vice President, Secretary of State and Secretary of Defense
What are the six areas that comprise Naval Doctrine?
Command & Control, Operations, Warfare, Logistics, Intelligence and Planning
What are the seven principles of Naval Logistics?
Simplicity, Attainability, Flexibility, Economy, Responsiveness, Sustainability, Survivability
What ship was named after the first enlisted man killed during WWI?
USS Osmand Ingram (DD 255)
What does ORM stand for?
Operational Risk Management
What are the five steps to ORM?
Identify Hazards, Assess Hazards, Make Risk Decisions, Implement Controls, Supervise
List the four categories of Hazard Severity
1. May cause death or loss of facility
2. May cause severe injury or damage to national interests
3. May cause minor injury or damage to national interests
4. Minimal threat to personnel or national interests
What are the sub-categories to Mishap Probability?
A. Likely to occur immediately or within a short period of time.
B. Likely to occur in time.
C. May occur in time.
D. Unlikely to occur
What does RAC stand for?
Risk Assessment Code
What are the RAC categories?
Critical, Serious, Moderate, Minor and Negligible
List the four Mishap reporting Categories and their respective monetary values.
Category
A: $2 Million or more
B: $500,000 to $2 Million
C: $50,000 to $500,000
D: $20,000 to $50,000
What is the purpose of a HAZREP?
To report that a significant hazardous condition exists that may affect other commands.
How many pressure points are there?
11
What are the three objectives of first aid?
Breathing, Stop Bleeding/Maintain Circulation, Prevent or Treat for Shock
Define HERO
Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance
Define HERP
Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Personnel
Define HERF
Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation to Fuels
What is MSDS?
Material Safety Data Sheet
What three classes of ships existed at the inception of the US Navy?
Ships of the Line, Frigates, Sloops of War
How many guns were carried aboard Ships of the Line?
64 - 100
How many guns were carried aboard Frigates?
28 - 44
How many guns were carried aboard Sloops of War?
10 - 20
When was the voyage of the Great White Fleet?
December 1907
What event is concidered to be the greatest loss of Cryptologic Persons?
The attack on the USS Liberty
Which Naval Vessel was attacked and captured by North Korea?
USS Pueblo
What events in space were US Navy Sailors involved in?
Mercury 3, Gemini 3, Apollo 11, Apollo 17 and STS-1
What was the Purple Code?
The cypher system used by the Japanese in the 1930's
Who are the "On the Roof Gang"?
176 Navy and Marine enlisted radio operators considered to be the first Cryptologists.
Where did the "On the Roof Gang" operate?
On the roof of the old Navy Department Building
Who coined the term "bug" and "virus" when talking about computers?
RADM Grace Hopper
Where was the first computer developed?
Iowa State College
What was the 'short' name for the first computer?
ABC
Define ARPANET
Advanced Research Projects Agency Network
What was ARPANET?
The world's first operational packet switching network, and one of the networks that came to compose the global internet
When was the first E-Mail sent?
1972
What is ONI
Office of Naval Intelligence
Who created the Office of Naval Intelligence?
Secretary of the Navy, William H. Hunt
What two departments were combined to create the Office of Naval Intelligence?
The Deparment Library and the Office of Intelligence
Who was the founder and the first head of the US Office of Naval Intelligence, with the post of Chief Intelligence Officer?
LT. Theodorus Bailey Myers Mason
Who is credited with being the "Father of the American Navy"?
John Barry
Who is recognized as the first American Commissioned Naval Officer and it's first Flag Officer?
John Barry
The "Naval Act of 1794" provided for the construction of how many frigates which made up the first ships in the US Navy?
Six
Who designed the first six ships of the US Navy?
Joshua Humphreys
What is the name of the oldest commissioned ship in the US Navy and one of the six original ships of the US Navy?
USS Constitution
Who was known as the "Father of the Nuclear Navy"?
Admiral Hyman G. Rickover
Define NCA
National Command Authority
State the mission of the United States Navy
To maintain, train and equip combat ready Naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas.
Who are the members of the NCA?
President of the United States (as commander-in-chief) and the Secretary of Defense (as the deputy to the commander-in-chief) jointly, or their duly deputized successors.
Define SIOP
Single Integrated Operational Plan
What is the SIOP?
The Nuclear war plan for the United States.
OPCON
Operational Control
ADCON
Administrative Control
COCOM
Combatant Commander
FLTCOM
Fleet Commander
TYCOM
Type Commander
PACOM
US Pacific Command
Where is PACOM HQ?
Hawaii
EUCOM
US European Command
Where is EUCOM HQ?
Stuttgart, Germany
JFCOM
US Joint Forces Command
Where is JFCOM HQ?
Hampton Roads, Virginia
What are the three levels of war?
Strategic, Operational and Tactical
SOUTHCOM
US Southern Command
Where is SOUTHCOM HQ?
Miami, Florida
CENTCOM
US Central Command
Where is CENTCOM HQ?
Tampa, Florida
NORTHCOM
US Northern Command
Where is NORTHCOM HQ?
Colorado Springs, Colorado
SOCOM
US Special Operations Command
Where is SOCOM HQ?
Tampa, Florida
TRANSCOM
US Transportation Command
Where is TRANSCOM HQ?
Scott Air Force Base, Illinois
STRATCOM
US Strategic Command
Where is STRATCOM HQ?
Offutt AFB in Omaha, Nebraska
AFRICOM
US Africa Command
Where is AFRICOM HQ?
Stuttgart, Germany
USCYBERCOM
US Cyberspace Command
Where is USCYBERCOM HQ?
Fort Meade, Maryland
Define CNO
Chief of Naval Operations
What is CNO/N2
Director of Naval Intelligence
What is CNO/N6
Communications Networks
CNMOC
Commander Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
NNWC
Naval Network Warfare Command
Where is NNWC HQ?
Virginia Beach, Virginia
JSOC
Joint Space Operations Command
Where is JSOC HQ?
Vandenburg AFB, California
NOAA
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Where is NOAA HQ?
Washington, DC
NAVSPOC
Naval Space Operations Center
Dahlgren, Virginia
ONI
Office of Naval Intelligence
Where is the ONI HQ?
Suitland, Maryland
Where is 2nd Fleet HQ?
Norfolk, Virginia
What is the 2nd Fleet AOR?
The Atlantic Ocean
Where is 3rd Fleet HQ?
San Diego, California
What is the 3rd Fleet AOR?
Eastern and Central Pacific Ocean
Where is 4th Fleet HQ?
Mayport, Florida
What is the 4th Fleet AOR?
Caribbean, Central and South America
Where is the 5th Fleet HQ?
Manama, Bahrain
What is the 5th Fleet AOR?
The Middle East
Where is the 6th Fleet HQ?
Naples, Italy
What is the 6th Fleet AOR?
The Mediterranean Sea
Where is the 7th Fleet HQ?
Yokosuka, Japan
What is the 7th Fleet AOR?
Western Pacific and Indian Ocean
Where is the 10th Fleet HQ?
Fort Meade, Maryland
What is the 10th Fleet AOR?
Cyber Space
What are the 5 attributes of IA?
Confidentiality, Integrity, Availability, Non-Repudiation and Authentication.
What does RADAR stand for?
Radio Detection and Ranging
Describe the six programs that make up Brilliant on the Basics
Mentorship, Sponsorship, CDB, Ombudsman, Indoctrination and Sailor Recognition (Awards)
What is PTS used as?
A Force Shaping Tool
What does PTS stand for?
Perform To Serve
What is a Page 2?
Dependent Information
What is a Page 4?
Chronological History
Qualifications and Awards
What is a Page 13?
Administrative Remarks
EDVR
Enlisted Distribution Verification Report
ODCR
Officer Distribution Control Report
AMD
Activity Manpower Document
Define CCRI
Command Cyber Readiness Inspection
Who conducts CCRI's for the Defense Information Systems Agency?
NAVYCYBERFOR
What is 3M?
Maintenance and Materials Management System
DPAS
Defense Priorities and Allocation System
With regards to 3M, define MOV
Material Obligation Verification
What instruction pertains to ORM?
OPNAVINST 3500.39B
"Provides the right support at the right time, at the right place" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Responsivness
"Avoiding unnecessary complexity in preparing, planning and conducting logistic operations" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Simplicity
"Adapting logistic support to changing conditions" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Flexibility
"Employing logistic support assets effectively" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Economy
"Acquiring the minimum essential logistic support to begin combat operations" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Attainability
"Providing logistic support for the duration of the operation" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Sustainability
"Ensuring that the logistic infrastructure prevails inspite of degredation and damage" is an example of what principle of Naval Logistics?
Survivability
When did the First Continental Congress convene?
September 5th, 1774
When did the Second Continental Congress convene?
May 10th, 1775
When was George Washington appointed as Commander in Chief of the Continental Army?
June 15th, 1775
Who was the first Commander in Chief of the Continental Navy?
Esek Hopkins
What are the three levels of war?
Tactical Operational Stategic
ONI stand for?
The Office of Naval Intelligence
When was ONI created?
1882
Who founded ONI?
SECNAV William Hunt
The crew for the final lunar mission included which two naval officers?
Eugene Cernan and Ronald Evans
ARPA, the developing agency of ARPANET, was formed in response to what even?
Sputnik
What is the only code that was not broken out during WWII?
Navajo Code
Which panel wrote the Sailor's Creed?
Blue Ribbon Pannel
Which CT Rating performs collection and analysis of state of the art communications signls, using sophisticated high powered computers, and specialized electronic/magnetic recorders?
CTR
What is AGI?
American Geological Institution
Which title of the United States Code outlines the role of armed forces in the United States?
Title 10
NAVYCYBERFOR executes CCRI's for Navy commands on behalf of?
Defense Information Systems Agency
DISA
Who plans, advises and carries out the nation's security procedures?
SECDEF
Secretary of Defense
Which form is designed for on-the-spot over-the-counter purchases of supplies and non-personal services while away from the purchasing office?
SF44
Define SSAA
System Security Authorization Agreement
What is the formal document that fully describes the planned security tasks required to meet system or network security requirements?
SSAA
Define IA
Information Assurance
When dealing with IA, what is a certification
Comprehensive Evaluation of Technical and Non-Technical Security Features of an Information System (IS)
Where is CNMOC?
Stennis Space Center, Mississippi
NCTAMS
Naval and Computer Telecommunications Area Master Station
How many NCTAMS Stations are there?
Two
Where are the NCTAMS Stations located?
Hawaii and Norfolk, Virginia
Define DISA
Defense Information Systems Agency
NASIC
National Air and Space Intelligence Center
Where is NASIC
Patterson AFB, Ohio
NCDOC
Navy Cyber Defense Operations Command
Where is NCDOC located?
Norfolk, Virginia
DD Form 1348-6
Non-NSN Requisition Form
NAVCOMPT 2276
Request for Contractual Procurement
CHRIMP
Consollidated Hazardous Materials Reutilization and Inventory Management Program
What is a SF700?
Security Container Information
What is a SF703?
Top Secret Cover Sheet
What is SF704?
Secret Cover Sheet
Define IATO
Interim Approval to Opperate
How long may an IATO be granted?
90 Days
How many extensions maybe granted on an AITO?
One
Who must review material before it may be transferred across a domain?
CAO
Define CAO
Classification Action Officer
List the five steps of the OPSEC process
1. Identify Critical Information
2. Analyze the Threat
3. Analyze the Vulnerabilities
4. Assess the Risk
5. Apply Countermeasures
OPSEC
Operational Security
EEFI
Essential Elements of Friendly Information
What is OPSEC (Not what does OPSEC break out to)?
A systematic, proven process that identifies, controls and protects generally sensitive, but unclassified information about a mission, operation or activity.
What is CI? (With respect to OPSEC)
Critical Information
Who is the OPSEC Officer for NAVIOCOM GA?
Warrant Officer Aubin
Define PA (With respect to OPSEC)
Public Affairs
Define WRA (With respect to OPSEC)
Web Risk Assessment
What color signifies Confidential Information?
Blue
What color signifies Secret Information
Red
What color signifies Top Secret Information?
Orange
What color signifies Unclassified Information?
Green
What is the purpose of Naval Intelligence?
That which supports all aspects of naval operations.
(i.e. Supporting the Commander, Identifying Centers of Gravity and Critical Vulnerabilities, Supporting Planning, Execution of Operations, Protecting the Force, Supporting Combat Assessment and Support to Operating Forces)
What are the five steps of Intelligence?
Planning and Directing, Collection, Processing, Production and dissemination.
Define IAVA
Information Assurance Vulnerability Alert
IAVB
Information Assurance Vulnerability Bulletin
IAVT
Information Assurance Vulnerability Technical Advisory
What is a collection of updates, fixes, and/or enhancements to a software program delivered in the form of a single installable package?
Service Pack
What is a formal document that fully describes the planned security tasks required to meet system or network security requirements?
SSAA
Systems Security Authorization Agreement
What is the formal authorization for a system or major application to process information at a specified level of sensitivity in an operational environment?
ATO
Authority to Operate
What type of attack is meant to deny, degrade or disrupt normal functionality of a system or network?
Denial of Service
ADNS
Automated Digital Network Service
Define CCRI
Command Cyber Readiness Inspection
AMD
Activity Manpower Document
Page 2
Dependent Information
Page 4
Chronological History of a Military Member
OPREP 3 Navy Pinnacle
Message for reporting incidents that are of national level interest.
OPREP 3 Navy Blue
Message of high Navy importance.
OPREP 3 SITREP
Message to a commander or appropriate higher authority for a specific incident but not meeting the need to notify entire Navy.
What are the six programs for Brilliant on the Basics?
Career Development Board
Sponsorship
Mentorship
Sailor Recognition
Command Indoctrination
Command Ombudsman Support
What is DPAS?
Defense Priorities and Allocations System
Define PMS
Planned Maintenance System
What is 3M?
Maintenance and Materials Management
DLR
Depot Level Repairable
DD Form 1348-6
Non-NSN Requisition
NAVCOMPT 2276
Request for Contractual Procurement Form
NAVSUP 1250-2
Non-NSN Requisition
DD Form 448
Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request
SF 44
Pocket size order form for On-the-Spot, Over the Counter purchases.
DD Form 1155
Order for Supply or Services
SF 1449
Solicitation/Contract/Order for Commercial Items
SF 30
Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of Contract
DD Form 200
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL)
SF 364
Supply Discrepancy Report
SF 386
Quality report of quality discrepancies
NSN
Naval Stock Number
COG
Cognizance Code
APL
Allowance Parts List
AEL
Allowance Equipment List
NC (With respect to supply)
Not Carried
NIS
Not In Stock
With respect to the supply system, define SIM
Selected Item Management
CHRIMP
Consolidated Hazardous Material Re-utilization and Inventory Management Program
With respect to Supply, what is DRMS?
Defense Re-utilization and Marketing Service
OPTAR
Operating Target
(Projected Target Budget)
What is the TOP SECRET label color?
Orange
What is the SECRET label color
Red
What is the CONFIDENTIAL label color?
Blue
What is the UNCLASSIFIED label color?
Green
SSBI's are conducted for which type of security clearance and how often?
TOP SECRET: 5 Years
Define SAER
Security Access Eligibility Report
When would a SAER be conducted?
At the time of an incident involving civil or military arrests or charges which could potentially impact continued SCI eligibility.
SF 700
Security Container Information
SF 701
Activity Security Checklist
SF 702
Security Container Check Sheet
Define OSI Model
Open Systems Interconnection
What is the first level in the OSI Model?
Physical Layer
What is the second level in the OSI Model?
Data Link Layer
What is the third level in the OSI Model?
Network Layer
What is the fourth level in the OSI Model?
Transport Layer
What is the fifth level in the OSI Model?
Sessions Layer
What is the sixth level in the OSI Model?
Presentation Layer
What is the seventh level in the OSI Model?
Application Layer
What is the first step in ORM?
Identifying Risk
What is the second step in ORM?
Assessing Hazards
What is the third step in ORM?
Making Risk Decisions
What is the fourth step in ORM?
Implementing Controls
What is the fifth step in ORM?
Supervising
when should safe combinations be changed?
initial use, change in statue of authorized users, compromise or suspected compromise of container or combination, when a safe is left open or as needed.
Define FDO
Foreign Disclosure Officer
FPCON Normal
No current terrorist activity.
FPCON ALPHA
Small and general terrorist activity that is unpredictable.
FPCON BRAVO
Somewhat predictable terrorist activity.
FPCON CHARLIE
Terrorist activity is imminent.
FPCON DELTA
Describes a situation when a terrorist attack is taking place or has just occurred.
In the context of ATFP, what is RAM?
Random Anti-Terrorism Meaures
INFOCON 5
Normal readiness procedures
INFOCON 4
Increased military vigilance procedures
INFOCON 3
Enhance readiness procedures
INFOCON 2
Greater readiness procedures
INFOCON 1
Maximum readiness procedures
With respect to IA, define DAA
Designated Approving Authority
In messaging: R or RR
Routine
In messaging: P or PP
Priority
In messaging: O or OO
Immediate
In messaging: Z or ZZ
Flash
In messaging: W or WW
Flash Overide
With regards to 3M, define NRFI
Not Ready For Issue
Who do MAM's remain in the Custody of?
Supply Officer
MAM's may remain in the Sub-Custody of whom?
Operating or Maintenance Personnel
Bulkhead Mounted Spares remain in the custody of?
The Department Head
(Department Head of the department for which the spares are used.)
How many different categories of CASREP are there?
Four
DD Form 1348-6
Non-NSN Requisition Form
NAVSUP 1250-2
Non-NSN Requisition Form
SF 44
Pocket-Size Purchase Order Form
(Used for on-the-spot purchases)
NAVCOMPT 2276
Request for Contractual Procurement
SF 1449
Solicitation/Contract/Order of Commercial Items
SF 30
Amendment of Solicitation/Modification of Contract
DD Form 200
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss (FLIPL)
SF 364
Supply Discrepancy Report
SF 386
Quality Report of Quality Discrepancies
Emergency Power
Critical systems are aligned for Emergency Power in the event of a loss of normal power.
Uninterrupted Power
Critical equipment and systems that cannot risk loss of data or performance should be placed on Uninterrupted Power supply to assure continued performance during a power outage to allow for transfer of function to an alternate Emergency Operating Center (EOC)
EXAMPLE: UPS battery systems.
FLIPL
Financial Liability Investigation of Property Loss
With respect to IA, define ICD
Intelligence Community Directive
Define NACLC
National Agency Check w/ Local Agency Check and Credit Checks
NACLC checks are conducted for which type of clearances and at what intervals?
SECRET: 10 Years
CONFIDENTIAL: 15 Years
When was the Battle of the Coral Sea?
May 4th, 1942
SF 312
Classified Information Nondisclosure Agreement
SF 153
COMSEC Material Report
With Respect to IA, define SSP
Systems Security Plan
(Living Document)
CUDIXS
Common User Digital Information Exchange System
JMCOM
Joint Maritime Communications Systems
What does CUDIXS do?
IT's a shore-based, computer controlled system that handles message echanges between ships/shore/ships
What is VERDIN?
The system which uses LF-VLF frequency range for submarine communications
ADNS
Automated Digital Network Systems
What is ADNS?
ADNS is the backbone to messaging services used by the US Military.
With regards to messaging, what is NOVA
NOVA is a message handling system that employs First-In-First-Out protocols. It's a system used for handling messages from one command to another.
INMARSAT
International Maritime Satellite Communications
What is INMARSAT used for?
Merchant ship communications. It's employed by the Navy as a last resort form of communications when other preferred systems aren't functioning correctly or in emergency situations.
DMS
Defense Messaging System
NREMS
Navy Regional Enterprise Messaging System
(Web Based Messaging System)
AMHS
Automatic Message Handling System
(Part of NEWSDEALER messaging switching system)
(Web based message handling system)
VTC
Video Teleconferencing
DCO
Defense Connect Online
EEFI
Essential Elements of Friendly Information
What categories fall under EEFI?
01 - Position
02 - Capabilities
03 - Operations
04 - Electronic Warfare
05 - Personnel
06 - COMSEC
07 - Wrong Circuit
RIVER CITY 4
Least restrictive. Set for normal operations
RIVER CITY 3
Restricted access. Considered for battle force contingency planning and operations.
RIVER CITY 2
More restrictive. Considered for high visibility VIP visits, TLAM/airstrike planning, MIO operations, high visibility/threat area port visits.
RIVER CITY 1
Most restrictive. Considered for adversary attack, massive casualties, ship/submarine severely damaged/missing/lost, acft missing/lost, man overboard, shipboard fire and incidents that require special handling or could result in an international incident.
With respect to communications, what is JSIR
Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution
OTAT
Over-the-Air-Transfer
OTAR
Over-the Air-Rekey
COMSPOT
Communications Spot (Report)
Report sent by any platform when experiencing communications difficulties or failure of a communications system. Used to notify upper echelon commanders of communications difficulties of deployed or shore based units.
TCO
Telecommunications Certification Office
ASW
Anti-Submarine Warfare
SUW
Surface Warfare
IW
Information Warfare
AW
Air Warfare
STW
Strike Warfare
NSW
Naval Special Warfare
With respect to the Reserves, what is an ARI?
Active Reserve Integration (Officer)
They assist commands with placement of activated reserves for job placement. (Active/Weekend Activation/Temporarily Activated)
EOD
Explosive Ordinance Disposal (Team)
FES
Fleet Electronic Support
MOC
Maritime Operations Center
(Allows the Navy to maintain a state of readiness, providing commanders with all the necessary resources to constantly manage operations and be able to smoothly transition from peacetime operations to disaster relief operations and major combat operations while still handling fleet management functions.)
MIO
Maritime Interdiction Operations
What are the core capabilities of IO (Information Operations)?
Psyops, Mildec, OPSEC, EW and CNO (CND, CNA, CNE)
Break out ABC (First Computer)
Atanasoff-Berry Computer
Host/Client Relationship
Host is a system that provides a service and a client is a system that requests a service from a host.
Hosts share resources with one or more clients. Clients do not share resources with hosts.
What can be a disadvantage to a host server?
If too many clients connect to it, it may become overloaded.
Application Server
Software framework dedicated to the efficient execution of procedures.
HUB
Device connecting multiple systems together using wires and making the seperate components work together as a single unit.
Network Switch
Computer networking device that connects network segments.
(i.e. KVM Switch)
Router
network device used to route and forward information.
WAP
Wide Area Protocol
(Mobile Internet)
Proxy Server
Acts as an intermediary for requests, applies filter rules and approves or denies the establishment of a connection.
(Filter by IP address or protocol)
Firewall
Program that provides protection against unauthorized access to a computer or network.
With respect to networking, MAN
Metropolitan Area Network
With respect to networking, WAN
Wide Area Network
With respect to networking, GAN
Generic Access Network
Examples of network topology
Ring, Mesh, Star, Bus
DOD GIG
Department of Defense Global Information Grid
DISN
Defense Information Systems Network
NMCI
Navy/Marine Corpse Intranet
ONENET
Open-source standard for wireless netowrking
IT21
Investment strategy for procuring computers and networking software for an intranet between ships
Virus
Computer program that can copy itself and infect a computer
Worm
Self replicating mal-ware computer program
Trojan
Mal-ware, appears to provide a desirable function, but facilittes unauthorised access to a system
SQL Injection
Code injection technique that exploits a security vulnerability
Dictionary Attach
Technique used to break a cypher by using likely passwords or keys.
Brute Force attack
Systematic attack which uses possible keys until the correct key is found.
CCIR
Commander's Critical Information Request
PIR
Priotrity Intelligence Requirement
COP
Common Operational Picture