Marauder ROA Basic Training Course

Exam

 

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Name:___________

CAPID:__________

Rank:____________

Date:_____________

 

Score:_____________

 

Passing is 70%

 

 

Answer all True or False

 

1.By attending a basic communication orientation class you will be issued an advanced ROA user Card.

 

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2.By attending a basic communication orientation class you will be issued a CAPF-76 Radio Operators Authorization Card.

 

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3.CAP Radio Stations are authorized by the NTIA.

 

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4.The FCC licenses public Radio Stations.

 

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5.The Pro Word “Roger” means last transmission received ok.

 

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6.It is permissible to use the Pro Word “Roger” & the Pro “Wilco” together.

 

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7.The Pro Word “ Wilco” means Roger I will not comply.

 

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8.When using the phonetic alphabet, the letter “H” is referred to as “Henry”.

 

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9.When using the phonetic alphabet, the letter “Z” is referred to as “Zulu”.

 

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10.  To say the number 9 in a CAP radio transmission, you would say “NINER”.

 

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11.  Zulu Time refers to the South Pacific time zone.

 

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12.  Zulu Time is Greenwich Mean Time or Universal Coordinated Time.

 

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13.  If you should hear “MAYDAY” over a CAP radio, it only means a day in May and it is unimportant.

 

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14.  When operating on a CAP radio you should not transmit unless you have something to offer or a contact is requested.

 

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15.  To establish contact you would say “CAP flight 3421 this is Goldenrod 40 calling”

 

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16.  It is permissible to end a transmission by saying “this is CAP flight 3420 over and out”

 

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17.  The 5 habits of a good radio operator area:

o       Speak Clearly

o       Annunciate your Words

o       Speak Slowly

o       Remain Calm no matter what happens

o       Think. Us your head

 

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18.  Examples of prohibited radio operation procedures are:

o       Violation of radio silence

o       Personal Conversation

o       Lack of identifying call sign

o       Use of 10 codes amateur radio Q signal

 

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19.  Simplex means single frequency one station at a time.

 

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20.  CAP radio frequencies are for official use only and are listed in CAPR 100-1 Vol.1

 

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