This is a comprehensive guide addressing the common Army promotion board topics—over 40 subjects. Information was taken directly from Army regulations, field manuals, technical manuals, training circulars, and pamphlets. All the study material is in question/ answer/ flashcard format. Hyperlinks are used in the larger sections to help better facilitate the blocks of information. In addition, to help support some of the question/answers, notes are provided throughout along with Helpful Hints to aid in memory recall.
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(f) Comprehensive. This study guide includes all of the common and not so commonly asked questions from all the common Army promotion board topics-over 40 subject areas in question/ answer/ flashcard format.
BOTTOM LINE: Even though most study guides ask essentially the same questions. (They have to! The Army regulations, field manuals, pamphlets, history, and customs referenced are all the same.) They are not all created equal in terms of delivery, ease-of-use, providing feedback, and truly preparing you for the board.
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ROC-V Mobile Edition ships with six default lists:
-Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks (SMCT)
-Rotary Wing Only
-Wheeled, Armored Only
-Wheeled, Unarmored Only
Users can also create custom sets from scratch.
Free Study Mode:
-Allows users to view images of vehicles from eight different aspects, learn helpful H.A.T.S/R.E.F.T. identification cues and compare two vehicles side-by-side.
Contains two engaging challenge modes:
Vehicle Discrimination Challenge
-Presents the user with two images, side-by-side, and is prompted to click on the image of the named vehicle.
Timed Signature Challenge
-Asks the user to identify a displayed vehicle through a six-alternative, timed multiple-choice test.
Note: This application is for evaluation only. It is not endorsed by the US Army.
Chapters: Preface, Introduction, Psychology of Survival, Survival Planning and Survival Kits, Basic Survival Medicine, Shelters, Water Procurement, Firecraft, Food Procurement, Survival Use of Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Animals, Field-Expedient Weapons, Tools, and Equipment, Desert Survival, Tropical Survival, Cold Weather Survival, Sea Survival, Expedient Water Crossings，Field-Expedient Direction Finding, Signaling Techniques, Survival Movement in Hostile Areas, Camouflage, Contact With People.
Appendices: Survival Kits, Edible and Medicinal Plants, Poisonous Plants, Dangerous Insects and Arachnids, Venomous Snakes and Lizards, Dangerous Fish and Mollusks, Ropes and Knots, Clouds, Evasion Plan of Action Format.
ASAP - Army Substance Abuse Program
ACS - Army Community Service
ACES - Army Continuing Education Center
AER - Army Emergency Relief
Army Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program
EO - Equal Opportunity
AFAP - Army Family Action Plan
ARC - Army Red Cross
Army Reenlistment / Retention Program
Army Safety Program
Army Sponsorship Program
QOLP - Army Quality of Life Program
BOSS - Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers
CHAMPUS / TRICARE
DEERS - Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System
NCODP - Noncommissioned Officer Development Program
M136 AT4 - Rocket Launcher
M16/A2 - 5.56 mm Semiautomatic Rifle
M4 - 5.56 mm Semiautomatic Rifle
M18A1 - Antipersonnel (Claymore) Mine
M2 - .50 Caliber Machine Gun
M203 - 40 mm Grenade Launcher
M240B - Machine Gun
M249 - Machine Gun
M60 - Machine Gun
M72 - Light Anti-Tank Weapon
MK19 - 40 mm Grenade Machine Gun
Awards and Decorations
Army Green Service Uniform (Class A)
Army Blue Service Uniform
BDU - Battle Dress Uniform
ACU - Army Combat Uniform
IPFU - Improved Physical Fitness Uniform
Chain of Command
NCO Duties, Responsibilities and Authority
NCOER / ERS
Promotions and Reductions
Leaves and Passes
Code of Conduct
Customs and Courtesies
Drill and Ceremony
Battle Focused Training
Training The Force
The Army Plan
Land Navigation / Map Reading
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear
Security and Intelligence
Camouflage, Concealment and Decoys
If you find any errors or glitches please email me so I can fix them. I have tested this app on Galaxy S3 and the Google Nexus 7.
The purpose of this app is to act as a guide and does not cover all arm-and-hand signals used in the Army, only those that are commonly used for controlling Ground Forces.
Types of signals included:
- Signals for combat formations and battle drills
- Signals for crew-served weapons
- Signals for patrolling
- Signals for recovery operations
- Signals to control convoys
- Signals to control vehicle drivers and/or crews
The primary goal of the app is to increase Air Defense Artillery (ADA) visibility among top officer candidates helping to encourage them to consider ADA when choosing a placement. Secondary goals include entertaining the player while teaching them about the ADA branch: day to day activities, weapon systems, etc., as well as providing information about the ADA and the army in general to interested civilians.
SMA Raymond Chandler has directed all Promotion Boards to use the new Army Doctrine Publications and Army Doctrine Reference Publications for their questions / board proceedings. The Army ADRP Board Study Guide has new questions from those publications, a collection of the Army Creeds, questions from current Army Regulations, current Field Manuals and more.
Presented in a simple 'Flashcard' format. No pesky permissions. No stupid advertisements. Easy content updates. Everything you need to study for Army promotion boards, company boards and soldier of the month boards.
:: FEATURES ::
Does not require an active data connection unless you are downloading new modules/topics. This means you can download/update everything before you go to the field, convoy across the country or deploy. Allowing you can study when you have time.
Simple Card Review Mode - In this mode you can review all the cards in your deck. You flip the card by tapping the screen and go forward and back by swiping. You can also jump to a particular card hitting the menu key.
Adaptive Memory Game - This Study Guide isn't just a flashcard review application. It helps you learn by frequently showing you things you didn't know, and waiting longer to show you things the more you get them right.
To use this component of the study guide, simply select "Adaptive Memory Game" from the lesson screen. In this mode, you don't slide the cards left and right, you just tap the card to flip it, and tell the application if you were right or wrong about whatever the card was asking. If you say you were right, the application will wait a bit (but not too long) before asking you again, otherwise the card will be shown again quite soon. Each time you get a card right it will take even longer to show up again. The game ends when you've answered every card correctly five times in a row.
Refreshing / re-downloading modules will update to the latest changes / content.
:: Content/Study material requests will probably happen before feature requests ::