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 answer key that follows. If
you answer any items incorrectly, go back to the part of the lesson that contains the information involved and
1. During deployment/re-deployment of a mobile petroleum laboratory, when is a waiver used?
A. During tactical or contingency operations.
B. Whenever hazardous materials are shipped.
C. Whenever shipment is made by military aircraft.
D. During NBC operations.
2. Which of the following should be avoided when selecting a site for the mobile petroleum laboratory?
A. Firm, drained terrain.
B. Ground near a stream or pond.
C. Ground that is excessively sloped.
D. Terrain near road nets.
3. What distance should the site be from other areas of operation?
A. 25 feet.
B. 500 feet.
C. 100 feet.
D. 50 feet.
4. When performing PMCS, doors and vents of the mobile petroleum laboratory are closed to determine what?
A. If fungi or mildew is present.
B. If equipment is loose and not secured.
C. If the exterior needs to be serviced.
D. If a light leak exists.
5. When verifying that the mobile laboratory has been packed and secured, which of the following should have
been done to the exterior?
A. The UTILITIES box door should be closed and latched.
B. External power at generator set should be turned on.
C. Grounding clamp and cable should be attached to the grounding rod.
D. Drain hoses are laid out and connected.