2W151 Volume 1: Safety and Security - Quiz 8

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Question 1

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What engineering agency determines whether the nuclear system faults are critical by conducting a technical assessment of its potential impact on the nuclear weapons or the weapons's primary nuclear safety features?
Answer
  • Department of Energy
  • Major Command (MAJCOM)
  • Headquarters US Air Force (HQ USAF)
  • Headquarters Inspector General (HQ IG)

Question 2

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Our nuclear umbrella assures allies of our commitment to their security and serves as a nonproliferation tool by:
Answer
  • The threat of mass retaliation
  • Maintaining foreign nuclear assets at the expense of the U.S.
  • Rendering their need to develop and field their own nuclear arsenals as redundant
  • Maintaining foreign nuclear assets at US operated facilities and platforms

Question 3

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The definition of nuclear surety is ensuring all:
Answer
  • Government agencies comply with the four nuclear weapon system safety standards
  • Air Force activities comply with the four DOD nuclear weapon system safety standards
  • Department of Defense (DOD) agencies comply with the four nuclear weapon system safety standards
  • Personnel who deal with nuclear weapons comply with the four nuclear weapon system safety standards

Question 4

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Ensuring positive measures to prevent inadvertent pre arming, arming, launching, firing, or releasing of nuclear weapon is:
Answer
  • A nuclear weapon system safety standard
  • A nuclear weapon system safety problem area
  • An example of the political impact of nuclear weapons
  • An example of the psychological impact o nuclear weapons

Question 5

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The four nuclear weapon safety standards are the no/no-go gauges for:
Answer
  • Conventional weapons personnel
  • Nuclear weapon disposal personnel
  • Designers, manufacturers, and users
  • Procurement and disposal personnel

Question 6

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Personnel who come under the control of DODR 5210.42 - Regulation AFMAN 10-3902, Nuclear Weapons Personnel Reliability Program (PRP), are those with duties involving the:
Answer
  • Maintenance of aircraft
  • Handling of classified documents
  • Storage of High-explosive conventional weapons
  • Control of nuclear weapon systems

Question 7

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Normally, units having nuclear role in terms of contingency, mobility, or emergency tasks will have a:
Answer
  • Full time personnel reliability program (PRP) status
  • Part time product deficiency report (PDR) program
  • Full time PDR program
  • Part time PRP status

Question 8

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What type of personnel reliability program (PRP) position does not require a person to have entry into areas of technical knowledge pertaining to a nuclear weapon system?
Answer
  • Active
  • Critical
  • Assigned
  • Controlled

Question 9

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What concept is designed to ensure that a lone individual is denied access to nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons systems, or critical components and does not allow the opportunity for tampering, damaging, or an unauthorized act to go undetected?
Answer
  • Two-person
  • Critical-position
  • Sealing-program
  • Personal reliability program

Question 10

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An area containing one or more critical components where a single individual must be denied access to is called the:
Answer
  • Critical zone
  • No lone zone
  • An access zone
  • A controlled area

Question 11

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When referring to the two-person concept, intentionally performing an incorrect procedure or unauthorized act involving a critical component defines which term?
Answer
  • Alter
  • Active
  • Access
  • Tamper

Question 12

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Who is responsible for ensuring team members observe all safety and security requirements in a no-lone zone?
Answer
  • All personnel
  • Supervisors only
  • Commanders only
  • Security forces only

Question 13

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Who is responsible for the application of the two-person concept?
Answer
  • Supervisors only
  • Commanders only
  • Security forces only
  • Each individual akin up the two-person team

Question 14

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A good seal on a nuclear component provides immediate evidence of:
Answer
  • Access or tampering
  • Activation or tampering
  • An on going investigation
  • An inspection team in the area

Question 15

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A good sealing program will:
Answer
  • Meet the requirements of the two-person concept
  • Not interfere with anyone's access tot he weapons
  • Not interfere with the accomplishment of the mission
  • In times of stress or urgency override the four nuclear safety standards

Question 16

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What flag word is given to the unexpected detonation of a nuclear weapon that could NOT create the risk of war?
Answer
  • Broken arrow
  • Empty quiver
  • Bent spear
  • Dull sword

Question 17

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What is the flag word given to the damage of a nuclear warhead that requires major rework, replacement, or examination or re-certificaiton by the Department of Energy (DOE)?
Answer
  • Broken arrow
  • Bent spear
  • Dull sword
  • Helping hand

Question 18

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What is the flag word for nuclear safety deficiency?
Answer
  • Bent spear
  • Broken arrow
  • Helping hand
  • Dull sword

Question 19

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Which reportable incident would be classified as a nuclear safety deficiency?
Answer
  • Non-nuclear detonation of a weapon
  • Loss or destruction of a nuclear weapon
  • Exposure of a nuclear weapon to lightning
  • Failure of a nuclear component the Air Force cannot repair

Question 20

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A nuclear mishap final report mud be submitted within what timeframe after the investigation is complete?
Answer
  • 10 hours
  • 24 hours
  • 10 days
  • 30 days

Question 21

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Which of the following are considered to be nuclear faults:
Answer
  • Critical
  • Emergency
  • Essential
  • Non-critical

Question 22

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Under PRP, the "controlled positions" are positions requiring entry into a no-lone zone or close-in security area.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 23

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Under PRP, critical positions are positions in which you have close physical proximity to a nuclear weapon or critical component and the duties require you to use technical knowledge of a weapon or weapon system.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 24

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Upon detection of an incorrect procedure or unauthorized act, the individual should (1) take positive steps to determine the task or act, and (2) immediately notify proper authorities of the deviation.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 25

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A no-lone zone can be defined as any area where the two-person concept must be enforced because the area contains one or more nuclear weapons, nuclear weapons systems, or critical components.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 26

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Seals are used to verify a component or switch has not been tampered with or accidentally activated.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 27

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Which flag word identifies a nuclear accident that could be interpreted as a hostile act.
Answer
  • Nucflash
  • Bent spear
  • Broken arrow
  • Dull sword

Question 28

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The two main reasons for reporting a nuclear mishap are: (1) the need to notify the proper authorities quickly, and (2) the need to report the result of the investigation so the AF can take necessary steps to prevent a recurrence.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 29

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How long after the preliminary report must it be submitted?
Answer
  • 8 hours
  • 12 hours
  • 16 hours
  • 20 hours