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. When directing the preparation of the FSSP equipment for transport, what should you do first?
A. Make sure the system is drained of all product.
B. Make sure equipment is properly loaded.
C. Direct personnel to roll all collapsible tanks.
D. Dispose of contaminated fuel.
2. The first notification that the FSSP is to be moved can come as which of the following?
A. A caution order.
B. A preparation order.
C. An operation order only.
D. A warning order, an operation order, or a fragmentary order.
3. When creating a loading plan for movement of the FSSP, what factors should the plan be based on?
A. Amount of contaminated fuel to be moved and distance to new site.
B. Weight of transport and availability of suspension kits.
C. Type of transport to be used and quantity of supplies.
4. The last thing you should do as an NCOIC before a FSSP movement operation begins is ____________.
A. Prepare a loading plan.
C. Issue the operation order.
D. Inspect all aspects of the plan including all equipment to be used for the movement and operation of the
5. Where should you issue your oral operation order for movement of the FSSP whenever possible?
A. From a position of concealment.
B. From a location where your soldiers can see their objective.
C. On the reconnaissance site.
D. Close enough to your soldiers so they can continue preparing for movement.