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Airman's Manual
Practice Test

Section 1 – Staying Ready

1. MyPay Personal Identification Number (PIN) is mandatory for all personnel to access their military pay account and review of LES. As a minimum, you should review Federal and State tax information, Thrift Savings Plan and accrued leave balances.

a. True
b. False

2. Upon notice of deployment, members should consider establishing "accrued travel payments" by contacting their finance office or going to the virtual MPF website at

a. True
b. False

3. Personnel can deploy at a moments notice and personal affairs should ready prior to deployment, as a minimum you should review the following documents:

a. Will, Power of Attorney (POA), Independent Life Insurance Policy, Family Care and SGLI,
b. Uniformed Services Employment and Re-employment Rights Act (USERRA)
c. Soldiers and Sailors Relief Act (SSCRA), Predeployment Maintenance Checklist, and Healthcare Benefits
d. All of the above

4. Which of the following is not a type of mobility bag?

a. A-Bag General Support Combat Gear
b. B-Bag Extreme Cold Weather Equipment
c. C-Bag Chemical Defense Equipment
d. D-Bag Personal Deployment

5. Personal bags should contain personal consumable mission essential items for how many days:

a. 05-10
b. 10-20
c. 20-30
d. 30-45

6. Personal Deployable Bags, as a minimum, should include the following personal items:

a. Sunblock, lip balm, lotions, insect repellent
b. Bathroom products - towels, washcloths, soap, toothpaste, and shower shoes
c. Tissues, razor, dental floss, mirror, comb/brush
d. All of the above

7. Which of the following personal items should be packed in a zipper bag?

a. Snacks, gum and candy
b. Your smokes
c. Laundry detergent
d. Prescription medicines

8. Personnel deploying should be prepared in case of emergency while traveling with what items?

a. Emergency cash, ATM or Debit Card
b. Checkbook and Pen
c. Government Travel Charge Card/Personal Charge Card
d. All of the above

9. For extended deployments although not mandatory consider material such as

a. Address book
b. Stationary, envelopes and stamps
c. Reading material for personal and professional growth
d. All of above

10. As Americans our rights to religious freedom and religious icons can be displayed as we see fit on foreign soil without regard to the host nation

a. True
b. False

11. Dress and Appearance does not apply when we travel to foreign nations, we can whatever we wish in public

a. False
b. True

12. Literature we can purchase from a bookstore in the United States is considered as acceptable reading material in all geographical regions throughout the world

a. True
b. False

13. The covers of cassette tapes and CD's are exempt from customs that may be considered or construed as pornographic or illicit material in certain regions

a. False
b. True

14. As Americans deployed to foreign nations all "men and women" are guaranteed the same gender equality

a. True
b. False

15. As Americans, all of our basic constitutional rights of "Freedom of Speech", "Freedom of Religion", and "Freedom of Dress" follow us anywhere we may be deploying to

a. False
b. True

16. As Americans we can deploy with any type of food products we can purchase in a supermarket

a. True
b. False

17. Personnel should be aware of host nation sensitivities by researching the following information prior to traveling aboard

a. AFOSI and Legal Office
b. Pubic Affairs Office
d. All of the above

18. Prior to deployment we should attempt to research as much of the country as possible, the research should include

a. Religion, Social Customs, Gender Specific Laws and Social Customs
b. Literature, Social Customs, Food Items, Religion, and food items
c. Social Customs, Religion, Literature, Food Items, Dress and Appearance and Gender Specific Laws and Customs
d. We are Americans and all of our rights follow us wherever we go

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