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Title: Quiz

Voice: Here are a few questions to test your knowledge of the previous lesson material. These questions are for your self-assessment only and are not recorded. Read each choice carefully, then click on the link to check your answers. At the end of each question is a link to the relevant lesson page for that question. To get back to this quiz page, use your browser back feature (ALT + Left Arrow in IBM’s Home Page Reader). The next and back buttons on each page will only take you sequentially through the lesson pages.



Question 1: Studies of military history have revealed that successful military operations result from sound, executable military doctrine. In the context of military operations, doctrine can be defined as a body of beliefs which describe…

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Relevant lesson page: Doctrine



Question 2: National military strategy (NMS) is a key component of military operations because it…

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Relevant lesson page: Strategy Hierarchy



Question 3: When conducting military operations, national leaders must be cognizant of the interrelationship between doctrine and strategy. Which of the statements below is the MOST accurate reflection of that relationship?

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Relevant lesson page: Effective Linkage


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