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Grade 11 Army
When marching the commander turns his head in the direction of the troops to give the commands.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The preparatory command states the movement to be carried out and mentally prepares soldiers for its execution.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The rise and fall in pitch and the tone changes of the voice is called
  1. Inflection
  2. voice control
  3. cadence
  4. distinctiveness
Grade 11 Army
In some commands, the preparatory command and the command of execution are combined.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The commander gives the command AS YOU WERE to revoke a preparatory command
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
This commands are given with inflection and at a not uniformly high pitch and loudness comparable to that for a normal command execution.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The interval between the preparatory command and the command of execution is always one step or count.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The command Ready, Port, ARMS, and Ready, Aim, FIRE, are considered to be two-part command even though they contain two preparatory commands.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
When the command Right flank, March is given, it must be started so
  1. the preparatory command end on the proper foot
  2. the preparatory command end on the wrong foot
  3. the preparatory command end on both feet
  4. all of the above
Grade 11 Army
Oral orders given by the commander that directs or cause a subordinate leader to take action are called
  1. Two-part commands
  2. Supplementary commands
  3. Directives
Grade 11 Army
To change direction of a unit when marching, the preparatory command and command of execution for each movement are not given so they begin and end on the foot in the direction of the turn.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
The correct use of the tongue, lips, and teeth, which form the separate sounds of a word and group the sounds into syllables is called
  1. Inflection
  2. Voice Control
  3. Distinctiveness
  4. Cadence
Grade 11 Army
Most drills do no have two parts: the preparatory command and the command of execution.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 11 Army
A uniform and rhythmic flow of words in commands is called
  1. Voice control
  2. Inflection
  3. Cadence
  4. Distinctiveness
Grade 11 Army
What is the command from the position of attention to turn your body to the right?
Grade 11 Army
How you assume the position of attention?
Grade 11 Army
When the platoon is in column and is going to form a file to the left, the left flank squead leader will give the command over
  1. his right shoulder
  2. his left shoulder
  3. to the front
  4. to the rear
Grade 11 Army
How you assume the position of parade rest?
Grade 11 Army
The loudness of a command adjusted to the number of soldiers in a unit is called
  1. Distinctiveness
  2. Voice control
  3. Inflection
  4. Cadence
Grade 11 Army
A subordinate leader gives all supplementary commands
  1. over his left shoulder
  2. over his right shoulder
  3. backwards
  4. in parade rest
  5. all of the above
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