1.
Which two forms of travel may be required during SAR incidents?
A.
tactical and passive
B.
technical and passive
C.
technical and non-technical
D.
climbing and walking


2.
When encountering steep slopes:
A.
it is easier to traverse them turning at the end of each traverse and stepping off in a new direction with the downhill foot.
B.
it is easier to take more rest stops in order to save your energy.
C.
it is easier to traverse them by turning at the end of each traverse and stepping off in the new direction with the uphill foot.
D.
it is easier to go straight up the hill in order to save time.


3.
One of the two fundamental rules regarding wilderness travel is not to keep your body weight over your feet.
A.
True
B.
False


4.
On most trails at average walking speeds, the distance that searchers should keep between them is about:
A.
10 to 15 feet.
B.
3 to 6 feet.
C.
6 to 10 feet.
D.
15 to 20 feet.


5.
Smart route planning prior to starting a mission may:
A.
enable more efficient travel.
B.
give searchers more time to rest.
C.
provide searchers with scenic views.
D.
none of the above.


6.
On average, searchers should rest _____ every hour.
A.
5 minutes
B.
10 minutes
C.
15 minutes
D.
none of the above



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