The following items will test your knowledge of the material covered in this lesson. There is only one correct
answer for each item. When you complete the exercise, check your answers with the appropriate answer key at
the end of this subcourse. If you answer any items incorrectly, go back to the part of the lesson that contains the
information involved and study again.
1. You should avoid low areas when selecting a site for a Class III supply point because
A. They are corrosive.
B. Underbrush is more difficult to remove.
C. Dangerous vapors collect in them.
D. They provide no natural cover and concealment.
2. What does your unit need to do if you have no engineer support?
A. Spread ashes or cinders over areas where you store containers.
B. Set up a temporary site until engineer support is available.
C. Start setting up equipment immediately.
D. Prepare the site before you start setting up the equipment.
3. When selecting a site, at least how many feet should you stay away for low-flash products?
4. What is the advance party responsible for?
A. Speed and distance data.
B. On-the-ground site selection.
C. In-the-air site selection.
D. Moving equipment.
5. What should you develop so that you do not have to handle products and containers more than you have to?
A. Area survey.
B. Engineer support.
C. Flow plan.
D. Designated area.