This practice exercise is designed to test your knowledge of the material. This lesson covered bomb
threat contingency planning. To check your comprehension of the lesson, complete the practice
exercise below. All of the questions are multiple-choice with one correct (or best) answer. Try to
answer all the questions without referring to the lesson material.
When you have answered all of the questions, turn the page and check your answers against the
answer key. Review any questions you missed or don't understand. When you have completed your
review, continue to the next lesson.
1. In preparing security against would-be bombers, it is necessary to be aware that most bomb designs
are based on what?
United States Army publications.
Libyan terrorist manuals.
Commercially published books.
2. Based on your knowledge of the primary bombing targets of bombers, your preplanning would
include which of the following?
Isolating important military personnel.
Daily searches in classified areas.
Increasing security at residences.
Focusing on military installations.
3. As a mail room worker, you receive a suspicious package. What would you do?
Open it immediately.
Not open it, but place it in water immediately.
Return it to the sender.
Isolate the package and evacuate the area.
4. In defending against bomb threats, security efforts will be made with the understanding that
anti-establishment sentiment is what?
A secondary reason for bombings.
A non-political motive.
The number one reason for residence bombings.
A psychological disorder.