2) Understanding that protection of sensitive unclassified information is: 

The responsibility of only the OPSEC Program Managers

***** The responsibility of all persons, including civilians and contractors

The responsibility of Contractors

The responsibility of Military members

The responsibility of Military and Government Civilians

5) OPSEC is concerned with: 
The daily administrative activities associated with military operations.

Identifying and controlling classified information.
Identifying and controlling classified and unclassified information.
Controlling the operations of daily activities.

****** Identifying, controlling, and protecting unclassified information that is associated with specific military operations and activities.

7) Where is the CIL located? 
In the EUCOM J2/Intelligence Directorate.
On the EUCOM NIPR and SIPR homepages and accessed via the OPSEC ICON.
On the wall of the EUCOM J3/Joint Operations Center.
On both the NIPR and SIPR desktops via the OPSEC ICON
******** On NIRP and SIPR desktops and on the EUCOM NIPR and SIPR homepages and accessed via the OPSEC ICON.
8) What is the CIL? 
None of the answers are correct.

The Consolidated Intelligence Listing.

The Center for Information at Langley.

The Classification of Intelligence List. 

****** The Critical Information List.

10) OPSEC countermeasures can be used to: 
Assist in the development of daily support to secure all unclassified information.

***** Prevent the adversary from detecting an indicator and from exploiting a vulnerability.

Prevent the adversary from detecting an indicator.
Assist in the identification of OPSEC vulnerabilities.

Prevent the adversary from exploiting a vulnerability.

11) OPSEC is: 
A COMSEC function and not a security function.
****** An operations function, not a security function.
A security function not an operations function.
None of the answers are correct.

All of the answers are correct.

12) The Joint COMSEC Monitoring Activity provides OPSEC assistance by: 
****** Monitoring unclassified government telephones and monitoring NIPR email traffic.

Monitoring communications only for specific named operations.

Monitoring unclassified government telephones.

Monitoring NIPR email traffic.

Monitoring of COMMAND SECURITY (COMSEC) processes and procedures.

13) Operations Security (OPSEC) defines Critical Information as: 

Classified information critical to the development of operational plans.

Information needed by NATO forces in order to coordinate coalition and multinational operations.

Classified information critical to the development of all military activities

All answers are correct.

****** Specific facts about friendly intentions, capabilities, and activities needed by adversaries to plan and act effectively against friendly mission accomplishment.


2) The purpose of OPSEC is to: 

Inform all members of the military the dangers associated with improper handling of operational plans.
Increase the amount of time required to develop a CONOP or standing plan.
Prevent the adversary from gaining access to classified information.

****** Reduce the vulnerability of US and multinational forces from successful adversary exploitation of critical information.
All answers apply.