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Lesson 2

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1. Refer to Figure 2-13. How many soldiers are assigned to the weapon shown in Figure 2-13?

A. One.
B. Two.
C. Three.
D. Four.
2. Refer to Figure 2-13. The weapon shown in Figure 2-13 is an improvement upon which of the following weapons?

A. RPG-1.
B. RPG-2.
C. RPG-3.
D. RPG-4.

3. Refer to Figure 2-14. One of the limitations of the weapon shown in Figure 2-14 is that it

A. fires fin-stabilized, nonrotating rounds.
B. has a muzzle velocity of 900 meters per second.
C. has an effective direct-fire range of 1,000 meters.
D. has limited elevation capability (+20 degrees).

4. Refer to Figure 2-15. The weapon shown in Figure 2-15 is carried by the Mi-24/HIND E and F helicopters. If these helicopters carry a second launch platform on the outboard universal pylon on each wing, then these aircraft can carry a total of how many missiles?

A. Two.
B. Four.
C. Six.
D. Eight.
5. Refer to Figure 2-15. The maximum range of the weapon shown in Figure 2-15 is estimated to be how many meters?

A. 1,500.
B. 2,000.
C. 3,750.
D. 5,000.
6. Refer to Figure 2-15. One of the limitations of the weapon shown in Figure 2-15 is that it

A. has "stacked" AT-6 launch platforms on the wingtip.
B. has a maximum range of only 500 meters.
C. has a flight slow enough to permit its target to take evasive action.
D. operates with a wire command link.
7. IRefer to Figure 2-15. Another of the limitations of the weapon shown in Figure 2-15 is that it

A. renders the helicopter that carries it vulnerable.
B. is physically incompatible with its transport vehicle.
C. has short-range capability only.
D. has a guidance system that experiences many malfunctions.
8. Which of the following Third World countries has the Soviet T-54/55 Modernized Tank or the Chinese Type 59 tank?

A. Afghanistan.
B. Bolivia.
C. Cambodia.
D. Zaire.


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