TBS Phase 1 Exam Study Guide

TBS-LDR-1015 Without the aid of references, describe Marine Corps leadership without omitting key components.
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Leadership Principles and Traits
A leader of exemplary character selflessly devoted to leading Marines 24 / 7
• Proficient in individual to platoon-level warfighting skills, weapons, and tactics
• A leader with a bias for action able to adapt to the environment, rapidly decide, communicate,
and act in the "fog of war"
• Embraces our naval character, expeditionary nature, and the Corps' warrior ethos
• Mentally and physically tough
Cardinal virtues and Moral Compass: Prudence, justice, courage, temperance
Honor, courage, commitment
Informal Resolution system = lowest possible level
Direct- in person. Focused on behavior and impact
Informal 3rd party- request assistance from a friend, act as mediator
Training info resources (TIR)- Request training or resource materials for
presentation to the work place of prohibited activities and conduct
Marine Corps is required to implement procedures "to identify, treat, and rehabilitate" members and to deny service entry to any alcohol dependent individuals.
Marine Corps Alcohol Abuse Program
Proactive phase- prevent abuse of alcohol
Reactive- take appropriate disciplinary, judicial, or administrative action; and evaluate the individual with alcohol incident
- Must deal effectively with the twin problems of uncertainty and time
- Must be compatible with our doctrine of maneuver warfare
- Must function effectively across a broad spectrum of conflicts and environments
- While designed principally to work effectively in war, it should also apply to peacetime activities, operational or administrative
TBS-LDR-1001b Without the aid of references, identify the role of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society without error.provides financial assistance and education, as well as other programs and services, to members of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, their eligible family members, widows, and survivorsTBS-LDR-1001c Without the aid of references, identify the role of the Marine Corps Family Service Centers without omitting key components.Exists through Marine Corps Community Services (MCCS) and are the umbrella for the installation's Marine and Family ProgramsTBS-LDR-1006a Without the aid of references, identify the elements of the Leave and Earning Statement (LES) without omission.A comprehensive statement of a member's leave and earnings showing entitlements, deductions, allotments, leave information, tax withholding information, and Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) informationTBS-LDR-1015b Without the aid of references, identify the Five Horizontal Themes without omission.- A man or woman of exemplary character - Devoted to leading Marines 24 / 7 - Able to decide, communicate, and act in the fog of war - A warfighter who embraces the Corps' warrior ethos - Mentally strong and Physically ToughTBS-LDR-1016a Without the aid of references, define combat without error.Engaging the enemy with individual or crew served weapons; being exposed to direct or indirect enemy fire; and otherwise undergoing a high probability of direct contact with enemy personnel and firepower, to include the risk of captureTBS-LDR-1016d Without the aid of references, define the five stresses of combat without omission- Boredom - Fog of war - Casualties - Discomfort and Fatigue - Extreme risk and fearTBS-LDR-2205a Without the aid of reference, write a standard Naval letter in accordance with the Naval Correspondence Manual without grammatical or spelling errors.TBS-LDR-2205e Without the aid of references, identify types of military correspondence without error.- Standard letter - Endorsements - Memorandums - Business letters - Position/Point/Talking Papers - Email - Administration Action (AA) FormsTBS-MED-1013a Given a casualty, identify types of heat injuries to determine treatment.- Sunburn - Prickly Heat Rash - Fungus Infections - Heat Cramps - Heat Exhaustion - Heat StrokeTBS-MED-1013c Given a scenario with a casualty suffering from dehydration, identify the amount of fluid for consumption to rehydrate the casualty.Slowly drink at least one canteen of water or sports drink. If salt is available add up to ¼ teaspoon salt if availableTBS-MED-1014a Given a casualty, identify types of cold injury to determine treatment- Frostbite - Trench Foot or Immersion Foot - Hypothermia