1.
In SAR, a resource is a(n):
A.
horse.
B.
piece of equipment available for use.
C.
qualified asset that is ready for use or can be drawn upon for aid.
D.
none of the above.


2.
Resources can be categorized as:
A.
human, equipment, and administrative.
B.
human, animal, informational, and investigation.
C.
human, animal, informational, equipment, and technology.
D.
none of the above.


3.
Three types of trained human search resources are:
A.
trackers, psychics, and law enforcement.
B.
trackers, hasty teams, and grid search crews.
C.
investigators, news reporters, and clergy.
D.
all of the above.


4.
In wilderness search and rescue, thermal imaging devices may be used to sense the body heat of the missing person(s).
A.
True
B.
False


5.
FLIR (forward looking infrared) units are used to scan wide areas and are often used from aircraft platforms.
A.
True
B.
False


6.
Communications support can be obtained from:
A.
local amateur radio clubs.
B.
CB clubs.
C.
emergency management agency.
D.
all of the above.



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