True or False: When possible, it is best to always travel with a cell phone. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
True or False: In the event of a skyjacking, you should immediately attempt to subdue the skyjackers. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)
Keeping a well-maintained vehicle is considered a “best practice” from both a security and safety perspective. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
Home security can be improved with self-help measures like changing locks, securing windows, and improving outdoor lighting. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
True or False: The initial moments of a hostage taking incident can be extremely dangerous. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
True or False: Room invasions are a significant security issue for hotels located in CONUS. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)
True or False: In an active shooter incident involving firearms you should immediately lie on the ground. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
True or False: From a security perspective, the best rooms are directly next to emergency exits. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
From the following choices, select the factors you should consider to understand the threat in your environment. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 3)
Do terrorist groups attack Americans?

Are terrorist groups in the area?

Are terrorist groups violent?

What tactics and weapons are used by terrorist groups?

Will local citizens warn Americans about terrorist groups?

Are terrorist groups predictable?

How sophisticated are terrorist groups?

How active are terrorist groups?

IEDs may come in many forms and may be camouflaged to blend in to the surrounding environment. True or False? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
True or False: Security is a team effort. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 6)
True or False: Active resistance should be the immediate response to an active shooter incident. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)
True or False: Terrorists usually avoid tourist locations since they are not DOD-related. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 1)
Knowing indicators of an unstable person can allow you to identify a potential insider threat before an incident. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)
Select all factors that are ways in which you might become the victim of a terrorist attack. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 4)
Which one of these does NOT pose a risk to security at a government facility? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
A person expressing boredom with the US mission
True or False: The ticketing area is more secure than the area beyond the security check point. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
True or False: Surveillance can be performed through either stationary or mobile means. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
Which one of the following is NOT an early indicator of a potential insider threat? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
A reasonable disagreement with a US Government policy
If you identify a possible surveillance attempt you should try to handle the situation yourself. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
True or False: State Department Travel Warnings should be consulted prior to taking trips across the US-Mexican border. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
Alerts from the National Terrorism Advisory System apply only to the United States and its possessions. (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 12)
What should you NOT do during a hostage rescue attempt? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)
Try to assist hostage rescue team
What is NOT a terrorist method of surveillance? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 3)
Breaking and entering to steal valuables
True or False: Internet acquaintances can pose a security threat and should be carefully monitored. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 5)
Which one of these is a possible indicator of a suspicious letter or package? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 4)
Misspellings of common words
Force Protection Condition DELTA means that your base is at which one of the following? (Introduction to Antiterrorism, Page 10)
The most increased level of protection
True or False: Everyone on an installation has shared responsibility for security. (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
What is NOT a physical security measure for your home? (Antiterrorism Scenario Training, Page 2)
Hiding a key outside to ensure family members can get in if they lose their keys.

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