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PROFEX REVIEWER - MI
Rank: Corporal

1. It is the basic NPA guerilla unit tasked for mass propaganda, education and organizing.

a. SYP Platoon c. SDG Platoon


b. SOT Platoon d. Intelligence Platoon

2. It is military operation initiated by the NPA forces against the government forces or
unfriendly armed groups.

a. Tactical Offensives c. Urban Warfare


b. Strategic Offensives d. Partisan Warfare

3. It is a type of NPA platoon that is in charge of Party IPO activities in the red areas.

a. SPP/SYP b. SDG/COG c. MB/SDU d. Special Platoon

4. It is a type of NPA platoon that is tasked to conduct TO and other military works in the
countryside.

a. SPP/SYP c. SDG/COG/PLAGER
b. MB/SDU d. Special Platoon

5. It is an NPA unit considered as experts in organizing works. This is the cutting edge of
the CPP in the countryside.

a. SYP b. SDG c. MB d.SDU

6. It is considered as the vanguard squad of the platoon where the first vice platoon leader
is based.

a. Abe or 1st Squad c. Baking or 2nd Squad


b. Kaloy or 3rd Squad d Flying Squad

7. It is considered as the main body of the platoon where the platoon leader and the
political instructor (PI) are based.

a. Abe or 1st Squad c. Baking or 2nd Squad


b. Kaloy or 3rd Squad d Flying Squad

8. It is considered as the rear guard of the platoon. This is the base of the second vice
platoon leader.

a. Abe or 1st Squad c. Baking or 2nd Squad


b. Kaloy or 3rd Squad d Flying Squad

9. It is a person, thing or activity for which information is originally obtained.

a. Source b. Agency c. Asset

10. Any individual or organization, which exploits a source to collect or process information.

a. Source b. Agency c. Asset

11. It is the most desirable method of disseminating intelligence.

a. Troops c. Recording
b. Personal Contact d. Cut-out

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12. It is a standardized intelligence report which is based upon its importance.

a. Message c. Report
b. Intelligence d. Information

13. It must be disseminated according to their urgency and must reach the users on time to
be used in planning and conduct of operations.

a. Message c. Report
b. Intelligence d. Information

14. One who is by social or professional position, possesses or has access to information of
continuing interest.

a. Accident Informants c. Casual Informants


b. Automatic Informants d. Recruited Informants

15. It is conducted to determine potential reliability, probable, motivation and suitability of a


prospective action agent.

a. Spotting c. Investigation
b. Cultivation d. Approach

16. Those who are selected trained and utilized as continuous and covert sources of info
concerning specific CI targets.

a. Incidental Informants c. Casual Informants


b. Automatic Informants d. Recruited Informants

17. The collection of specific leads to individuals who may be considered as potential
informants.

a. Spotting c. Investigation
b. Cultivation d. Approach

18. This begins when a potential informant has been proven suitable for utilization as an
action agent.

a. Spotting c. Investigation
b. Cultivation d. Approach

19. The specific conditions or circumstances that provide a positive or negative answer to
the question stated in the intelligence requirement.

a. Enemy c. Weather
b. Indicators d. People

20. This is the first step in the intelligence cycle.

a. Collection of Info c. Processing of Info


b. Dissemination & Use d. Planning the Collection Effort

21. Any expression of intuition to inflict evil, injury, or damage to national security.
a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect
b. National Security d. Threat to National Security

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22. Aspect of national security that refers to measures aimed at countering domestic or
internal challenges to the existing political and socio-economic order.

a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect


b. Threat to National Security d. National Security
23. It is a state or condition where our most cherished values and beliefs, our democratic
way of life, our institutions of governance and our unity, welfare and well-being as a
nation and people are permanently protected and continuously enhanced.
a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect
b. Threat to National Security . National Security

24. It is composed of counterfeiting, money laundering, large-scale smuggling, inter-oceanic


poaching and commercial dumping, which undermines market economy, financial
system and nation’s resources.
a. Money laundering c. Economic Sabotage
b. Graft and Corruption d. Economic Solidarity and Strength
25. It is considered as a national security concern brought about by the proliferation of
illegal drugs.
a. External Threat c. Organized Crime
b. Internal Threat d. Piracy
26. The preservation of our country’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) and its protection
from illegal incursions and resource exploitation.
a. Ecological balance c. Territorial integrity
b. Economic solidarity d. External peace
27. It refers to the members of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) who launched
attacks in Southern Philippines, particularly the 2001 Cabatangan incident and the 2013
Zamboanga City siege, in support of Nur MISUARI.
a. Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF)
b. Islamic Command Council (ICC)
c. Misuari loyalists
d. Rogue MNLF elements (RME)
28. This kind of operation is the ASG’s primary source of funding and has put the
organization into international limelight.
a. Bombing c. Kidnap-for-ransom
b. Drug Trafficking d. Extortion
29. These organized armed bands, to include rogue elements from the police and military,
have been organized and employed by or with the blessings of local politicians and
oligarchs as a way to maintain and perpetuate power.
a. Criminal Groups c. Private Armed Groups (PAGs)
b. Gangs d. Kidnap-for-ransom Group (KFRG)

30. He evaluates and interprets information concerning the effects of the weather, terrain
and the enemy on the battalion mission.
a. S1 c. S2
b. S3 d. S4
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31. It is the systematic exploitation of sources of information by collection agencies and the
delivery of the information obtained to the proper intelligence section.
a. Planning the collection effort
b. Dissemination and use of intelligence
c. Collection of information
d. Processing of information

32. It is that step by which intelligence is created from the raw material of information.
a. Processing of information
b. Collection of information
c. Planning the collection effort
d. Dissemination and use of intelligence

33. It is located within a cluster of controlled or influence barangay which may serve as its
buffer zone.

a. Guerilla zone c. Guerilla front


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla base

44. It is the outer perimeter of the front territory where the insurgents are in the process of
forming their mass organization.

a. Guerilla base c. Guerilla front


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla zone

35. It is the total number of personnel, type of units, and supporting weapons in a given
enemy force.

a. Disposition c. Strength
b. Tactics d. Training

36. It is the current term for Order of Battle report.

a. Enemy Activity Report c. Situation Update


b. Intelligence Summary d. Periodic Status Report

37. It is used to describe the effectiveness and fighting quality of an enemy unit.

a. Tactics c. Combat efficiency


b. Strength d. Training

38. Any face-to-face contact between two or more members of a clandestine net.

a. Action agent c. Personal meeting


b. Principal agent d. Sponsor

39. After the cover story has been prepared, the selected investigator should commence
comprehensive study to learn his role.

a. Debriefing c. Testing
b. Spotting d. Training

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40. A person or device interposed between two persons or groups in order to provide
communication.

a. Agent c. Cut-outs
b. Testing d. Training

41. An individual who is simultaneously and independently employed by two or more


friendly intelligence units.

a. Action Agent c. Dual Agent


b. Double Agent d. Recruited Informant

42. It is the collection of specific leads to individuals who may be considered as potential
Informants.

a. Cultivation c. Recruiting
b. Investigation d. Spotting

43. It begins when a potential informant has been proven suitable for utilization as an
informant.

a. Cultivation c. Recruiting
b. Spotting d. Investigation

44. A designated repository for messages, directly or indirectly accessible to both the
informant and the Special Agent.

a. Personal Meeting c. Drops


b. Public Communication Media d. Cut-outs

45. It is usually done by a recruiting unit prior to any approach to a potential informant to
determine potential reliability, probable motivation, and suitability.

a. Spotting c. Investigation
b. Cultivation d. Approach

46. It is also known as “to get things off his chest”.

a. Cultivation c. Training
b. Debriefing d. Termination

47. They are basically the action agents, the people who will really have to exert effort to
acquire the direct information that has essence on the levied requirements.

a. Recruits c Support agents.


b. Informants d. Action agents

48. These are military agents who will be providing the support to the case officer and
mostly do the administrative chores.

a. Action agents c. Support agents.


b. Informants d. Recruits

49. An action agent that provides special protection during dangerous phases of
clandestine operation.

a. Espionage c. Saboteur
b. Propagandist d. Strong arm

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50. He is the managerial agent and in most situations, he is the leader of an agent network.

a. Action agent c. Principal agent


b. Espionage agent d. Support agent

51. It is subtle form of indirect interrogation in which an apparently casual conversation is


directed in such a manner as to obtain information without the subject’s being aware of
a deliberate attempt to gain significant information from him.

a. Dialogue c. Interrogation
b. Interview d. Elicitation

52. These barriers are features constructed by man which tend to delay the intruder.

a. Energy barriers c. Natural barriers


b. Human barriers d. Structural barriers

53. These may refer to guards, ODs, and office workers who stand between the intruder
and the matter.

a. Energy barriers c. Human barriers


b. Natural barriers d. Structural barriers

54. Alarm system is an example of a barrier that deters the entry of the potential intruder.

a. Structural c. Natural
b. Human d. Energy

55. The most important factor, and all too often, the weakest link in a security.

a. Communication c. Facility
b. Document d. Personnel

56. The weakest link in the control of documents.

a. Destruction c. Storage
b. Reproduction d. Transmission

57. It is an action contrary to justice, honesty, modesty or good moral..

a. Moral Turpitude c. Derogatory action


b. Dubious character d. Security risk

58. Personnel who talks and discusses operational activities in the presence of persons
unauthorized to receive classified information.

a. Derogatory action c. Moral Turpitude


b. Dubious character d. Security risk

59. One of its elements is to limit knowledge on a “need to know” basis.

a. Communication security c. Operational security


b. Document security d. Personnel security

60. A soldier should protect his own security at all times.

a. Communication security c. Operational security


b. Document security d. Personnel security

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PROFEX REVIEWER - MI
Rank: Sergeant
1. It is the special team of an Intel platoon that is in charge of collecting and processing of
information.

a. Intel Team c. Demolition Team


b. Sniper Team d. Recon Team

2. It is the special team of an Intel platoon that is in charge of the close observation of the
enemy (government forces)

a. Intel Team c. Demolition Team


b. Sniper Team d. Recon Team

3. It is the special team of an Intel platoon that serves as the advance team of the unit.

a. Intel Team c. Demolition Team


b. Sniper Team d. Recon Team

4. It is the ideological officer of the NPA platoon.

a. Sangay na Partido sa Lokalidad


b. Provincial Party Committee Secretary
c. Political Instructor
d. Cadre

5. It is the action of NPA platoon that undertakes when confronted with a superior force
engaged in a prolonged military operation.

a. Dispersal c. Consolidation
b. Shifting d. Retrograde

6. It is the NPA platoon action undertaken once unit plans and prepares to conduct tactical
offensive.

a. Dispersal c. Consolidation
b. Shifting d. Retrograde

7. It is the primary form of struggle adopted by the CPP for the conduct of the National
Democratic Revolution (NDR).

a. Armed Struggle c. POG


b. YOG d. WOG

8. He said that, “a guerilla front with its well organized masses is like a sea where guerillas
swim like fishes and live.”

a. Mao Tse Tung c. Vladimir Lenin


b. Leon Trotsky d. Josef Stalin

9. It must appear producing something as a front, devised that not all personnel will work at
the same time, devoted to mission and start with small organizational cover and provided
room for expansion as it continues to exist.

a. Access to Target c. Guidelines for Establishing Orgn Cover


b. Clandestine d. Placement to target

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10. Cover should give the operator direct or indirect __________ of interest.

a. Access to Target c. Guidelines for Establishing Orgn Cover


b. Clandestine d. Placement to target

11. Documents and personal effect necessary for the __________ of cover not readily
available in the operational area should be procured in advance and must appear to be
true and authentic.

a. Capability b. Authentication c. Backstopping d. Income

12. It is the necessary agreement that should be made so that individual cover will be
corroborated if routine inquiries are made.

a. Authentication b. Backstopping c. Income d. Clandestine

13. An individual under cover should live within his or her apparent __________.

a. Communications b. Clandestine c. Income d. Clandestine

14. Cover should provide for and enable efficient __________ between the clandestine
operations and the organizations.

a. Authentication b. Backstopping c. Communications d. Clandestine

15. It must provide security for two or more individuals appearing to be working together.

a. Group Cover b. Backstopping c. Clandestine d. Income

16. An action directed towards the acquisition of information through clandestine operation.

a. Insider or Recruit c. Planted Agent


b. Espionage d. Special Mission Agent

17. Fictitious person who passes himself or acting with forged identity papers.

a. Planted Agent c. Part – time Agent


b. Insider or Recruit d. Illegal Agent

18. An agent assigned to a fixed locality in which he operates on a permanent basis.

a. Roving agent c. Special Mission Agent


b. Part – time Agent d. Static Agent

19. Persons who unknowingly provide information and are used when suitable
circumstances arise.

a. Agents c. Talent Spotters


b. Head Agents d. Unconscious Sources

20. A direct method of recruiting an individual who has access to the target.

a. Failing in the above c. Surreptitious Entry


b. Projection or Penetration d. Recruitment in Place

21. It is the process of searching inquiry in order to ascertain facts from people and things.

a. Arrest c. Search
b. Seizure d. Investigation
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22. A person is seized in order that he may be bound to answer for the commission of an
offense.

a. Search Warrant c. Arrest


b. Search d. Seizure

23. An act by a law enforcement officer who intends to discover that which is concealed from
view or hearing.

a. Arrest c. Search
b. Search Warrant d. Seizure

24. It is the core of the front territory.

a. Guerilla front c. Guerilla base


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla zone

25. It is the outer perimeter of the front territory where the insurgents are in the process of
forming their mass organization.

a. Guerilla front c. Guerilla base


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla zone

26. It is the security layer of the guerilla base that could be mobilized to tie down or divert the
attention of the government troops.

a. Spies c. Pasabilis
b. Contacts d. Militias

27. It is an armed struggle in the way of Allah.

a. Dawah c. Jihad
b. Islam d. Islamiyah

28. Its objective is to establish an independent Islamic State in Mindanao.

a. ASG c. MILF
b. BIFF d. MNLF

29. It refers to the members of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) who launched attacks
in Southern Philippines, particularly the 2001 Cabatangan incident and the 2013
Zamboanga City siege, in support of Nur MISUARI.
a. Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF)
b. Islamic Command Council (ICC)
c. Misuari loyalists
d. Rogue MNLF elements (RME)
30. A united front being used by the Party to extend its political influence over a wider
section of the population without itself being exposed as the primary manipulator of
political campaigns and parliamentary struggles.

a. Communist Party of the Philippines


b. National United Front
c. National United Front Commission
d. National Democratic Front

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31. It is the basic party organization of the CPP and serves as the nucleus of all political
activities of the mass organizations, militias, and other CPP units in the barrio.

a. KomitengBalangay c. Party Branch


b. Milisyang Bayan d. Party Group

32. It denies information to the enemy, increases the security of the Command, and aids in
achieving surprise against the enemy.

a. Combat intelligence c.Counterintelligence


b. Militaryintelligence d. Strategic intelligence

33. It is a knowledge acquired through the collection, evaluation, and interpretation of all
available information concerning a possible or actual enemy, or areas of operation.

a. Combat intelligence c. Military intelligence


b. Counterintelligence d. Strategic intelligence

34. It offers the tactical commander answers concerning the enemy’s physical capabilities,
mental conditions, and the effects of terrain and weather.

a. Strategic intelligence c. Military intelligence


b. Counterintelligence d.Combat intelligence

35. It is a process performed by intelligence personnel in the production of combat


intelligence.

a. Intelligence axiom c. Intelligence cycle


b. Collection plan d. Intelligence SOP

36. It describes the manner in which the enemy conducts an operation in accordance with
tactical doctrine.

a. Disposition c.Tactics
b. Movement d. Training

37. It is the physical relocation of a unit from one geographical point to another.

a. Deployment c. Location
b. Disposition d.Movement

38. It is the relative position of unit with respect to one another or to the terrain.

a. Deployment c. Location
b. Disposition d. Movement

39. It is the current term for Order of Battle report.

a. Periodic Incident Report c.Periodic Status Report


b. Periodic Situation Report d. Periodic Update Report

40. A designated repository for messages, directly or indirectly accessible to both the
informant and the Special Agent.

a. Inbox c. Drops
b. Personal Meeting d. Public Communication Media

41. An individual who is simultaneously and independently employed by two opposing


intelligence agencies with only one of the agencies aware of his dual role.
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a. Informant c.Double Agent


b. Dual Agent d. Multiple Agent

42. It is a willful and overt act by one who conspires with any other person to overthrow the
Philippine government by force, violence, deceit, and any other illegal means.

a. Agitation c. Sabotage
b. Espionage d. Subversion

43. An espionage agent that is positioned within the target organization for an extended
period of time.

a. Illegal c. Part-time
b. Insider d. Planted

44. It is a tool of clandestine operations that gives detailed information of the operational
environment for operational activities.

a. Casing c.Investigation
b. Elicitation d. Surveillance

45. It is an investigative method which consists of keeping any person, place or other target
under physical or technical observation in order to obtain evidence or information.

a. Casing c. Interview
b. Elicitation d. Surveillance

46. It helps the clandestine operator to establish a site suitable in the conduct of clandestine
operations and communications.

a. Interview c. Casing
b. Elicitation d. Surveillance

47. It is an investigative technique in which the investigator conceals his true identity and
status and adopts an assumed role in order to obtain access to information which would
not be available through other investigative means.

a. Cover c. Interview
b. Elicitation d. Undercover

48. It is a means by which an individual, group or organization conceals the true nature of its
acts and/or existence from the observers.

a. Interview c. Cover
b. Elicitation d. Undercover

49. It is an approach wherein the subject is treated with authority and his opinions and
viewpoints are solicited.

a. The Good Samaritan Approach c. The Teacher-Pupil Approach


b. The Kindred Soul Approach d. Man from Missouri Approach

50. These are operations designed to detect, prevent, or neutralize the activities of
subversive groups and individuals.

a. Counterintelligence c. Counter-subversion
b. Counterespionage d. Counterterrorism

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51. It is a system of barrier placed between the potential intruder and the matter to be
protected.

a. Document Security c. Personnel Security


b. Operational Security d. Physical Security

52. It is a measure that provides safety and security of all military personnel, documents and
installations while in the conduct of operations.

a. Document Security c. Personnel Security


b. Physical Security d.OperationalSecurity

53. It is an aspect of security that requires background investigation

a. Communication Security c.Personnel Security


b. Physical Security d. Operational Security

54. It is an aspect of security that considers the degree of protection of recorded information
is based upon the sensitivity of its content.

a. Physical Security c. Personnel Security


b. Operational Security d. Document Security

55. A clearance that is valid for one (1) year from the date of issuance.

a. Command clearance c. Interim clearance


b. Final clearance d. Security clearance

56. A security clearance that is valid for two (2) years from the date of issuance.

a. Final clearance c. Command clearance


b. Confidential clearance d. Interim clearance

57. A security clearance that is valid for five (5) years from the date of issuance.

a. Command clearance c. Final clearance


b. Confidential clearance d. Interim clearance

58. A classification of document wherein the unauthorized disclosure of which would cause
exceptionally grave damage or danger to the nation.

a. Confidential c. Secret
b. Restricted d.Top secret

59. A classification of document that usually applies to information or material which is


published or communicated to anyone for official purpose only.

a. Confidential c. Restricted
b. Secret d. Top secret

60. It is a mode of transmission that is extremely vulnerable to interception and is a primary


target of unfriendly intelligence agencies.

a. Cellphone c. Radio
b. Wire d. Messenger

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PROFEX REVIEWER - MI
Rank: Staff Sergeant

1. He leads the pro-labor middle class elements and conservatives of the National Socialist
Party and urged the formation of a Popular Front here in the Philippines.

a. Gen Emilio Aguinaldo c. JOMA Sison


b. Abad Santos d. Jose Rizal

2. This two (2) parties merged after Crisanto Evangelista was granted pardon as a
concession of the Commonwealth Government to the Popular Front.

a. The CPP and the Socialist Party c. The CPP and the PKP
b. The NDF and the NPA d. The NDF and the CPP

3. The date when Hukbong Bayan Laban sa Hapon (HUKBALAHAP) was established in
Barrio San Lorenzo, Cabiao, Nueva Ecija and shifted from parliamentary to armed
struggle.

a. Jan 1942 b. June 1936 c. 29 Mar 1942 d. December 1945

4. An agent who maintains an open, legal existence often as diplomat, journalist or


businessman and conduct espionage activity.

a. Insider or Recruit c. Planted Agent


b. Part – time Agent d. Illegal Agent

5. Involves operation on a mass scale by a large number of spies not necessarily trained.

a. Recruitment in Place c. Surreptitious Entry


b. Espionage by Saturation d. Espionage by Designation

6. An action directed towards the acquisition of information through clandestine operation.

a. Insider or Recruit c. Planted Agent


b. Espionage d. Special Mission Agent

7. Fictitious person who passes himself or acting with forged identity papers.

a. Planted Agent c. Part – time Agent


b. Insider or Recruit d. Illegal Agent

8. An agent assigned to a fixed locality in which he operates on a permanent basis.

a. Roving agent c. Special Mission Agent


b. Part – time Agent d. Static Agent

9. It believes in the principle the that large part of production is owned/controlled by


capitalists and its motive of production is profit.
a. Socialism b. Capitalism c. Centrist of the Centerline Groups
10. These Groups are aligned with the ruling coalition and tend to advocate a centrist line.
They Abhors armed struggle and private monopoly of wealth.
a. Socialism b. Capitalism c. Centrist of the Centerline Groups
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11. Members of this group believes in societal change through democratic and humanist
means.
a. Democratic c. Democratic Socialism
b. Democratic Capitalism d. Communism
12. They believe in the preservation of existing capitalist system through democratic means.
a. Democratic c. Democratic Socialism
b. Democratic Capitalism d. Communism
13. A socialist economic system which adheres to the principle that an armed struggle is
necessary to transform capitalism to socialism. It is has been branded as “revolutionary
socialism”.
a. Democratic c. Democratic Socialism
b. Democratic Capitalism d. Communism

14. Measures undertaken by a command to protect itself from espionage, subversion or


sabotage.

a. Civil Security c. Port, Frontier & Travel Security


b. Military Security d. Travel Security

15. Measures that affect the non – military nationals of aggressive or non – aggressive
states or organizations permanently or temporarily residing under military jurisdiction.

a. Civil Security c. Port, Frontier & Travel Security


b. Military Security d. Travel Security

16. What are the general targets for the intelligence works of the CNN in the Countryside.

a. AFP and PNP Units c. Intel Operatives of the Government


b. Mass Actions d. Mass Base

17. Two (2) basic techniques of guard employment is by means of

a. Fixed posts and patrol b. Electronic Barrier c. Human Barrier

18. Barriers that stand between the intruder and the matter to be protected.

a. Electronic Barrier b. Human Barrier d. Animal Barrier

19. A barrier that shoots unauthorized personnel is one of the four basic functions that must
be accomplished by the guard.

a. Human Barrier b. Electronic Barrier c. Animal Barrier

20. A barrier employing animals.

a. Human Barrier b. Natural Barrier c. Animal Barrier

21. Any military personnel who are charged with a specific offense.
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a. Criminal c. Accused
b Detainee. d. Accuser

22. Formal written accusation against a person charge of an offense before GCM.

a. Affidavit c. Charges
b. Sworn –Statement d. Complaint

23. An investigative agency which has jurisdiction on cases involving Code of Ethics.

a. TPMG c. OESPA
b. OTIG d. Court of Inquiry

24.It refers to the restriction of freedom of movement including the curtailment of certain
privileges as determined by competent authority.

a. Confinement c. Detained
b. Imprisonment d. Restricted

25. It is the taking of a person into custody in order that he may be bound to answer for the
commission of an offense.

a. Seizure c. Arrest
b. Search d. Warrant of arrest
.
26. An element of National Security described by patriotism, national pride and the
advancement of national goals and objectives.

a. Cultural cohesiveness c. Socio-political stability


b. Moral-spiritual consensus d. Territorial integrity

27. Before a party cadre enters a target barangay, he is required to conduct an exhaustive
background investigation known as preliminary ____.

a. Research c. Area study


b. Barangay profile d. Social Investigation and Class Analysis

28. A group of professional revolutionaries dedicated to overthrow the government and


existing social system.

a. United Front (UF)


b. National Democratic Front (NDF)
c. New People’s Army (NPA)
d. Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP)

29. The following conditions are needed for the survival of a guerilla base EXCEPT:
.
a. A fairly strong Red army c. A weak mass base
b. A sound party organization d. Terrain favorable for operations

30. The Philippine military regards it as the most pressing concern of the government as the
country “faces no immediate threat of aggression from other countries”.

a. Personnel Security c. National Security


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b. Physical Security d. Internal security threats

31. The secessionist movement in Mindanao broke into various cliques now collectively
known as _______.

a. Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)


b. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
c. Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)
d. Southern Philippines Secessionist Group (SPSG)

32. It represents the main tract of secessionist movements after the government concluded a
peace agreement with the MNLF in 1996.

a. Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)


b. Islamic Command Council
c. Misuari Breakaway Group (MBG)
d. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)

33. Splinter faction of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) with the objective to establish
an Islamic State in Mindanao.
a. Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)
b. Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)
c. Moro Islamic Liberation Organization (MILO)
d. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
34 In the political spectrum of the Philippines, it refers to those groups which favor capitalism
or feudalism.

a. Leftist b. Rightist

35. In the political spectrum of the Philippines, it refers to those groups with socialist or social
democratic orientation.

a. Rightist b. Leftist

36. The CPP/NPA general strategy for the war as a whole is __________.

a. Political Warfare c. Guerilla Warfare


b. Partisan Warfare d. Protracted War

37. It is a unit that defends the masses in the rural areas, specifically the respective barrios,
without separating themselves from the daily productive work.

a. Pasabilis c. Militia
b. Insurgents d. Cadre

38. It is the implementing body of the POLITBURO.

a. Secretariat c. Regional Committee


b. Front Organization d. Executive Committee

39. It aims to establish an autonomous region over the province of Minsupala, Basilan and
Tawi-tawi.

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a. Communism c. Secessionist
b. Subversion d. Ultra-Rightist

40. These are strategic concepts of the CPP in carrying out revolutionary struggle EXCEPT
for:

a. Establish guerilla bases in the country side


b. Establish united fronts
c. Develop mass bases
d. Launch a protracted people’s war
e. None of the above

41. This Islamic extremist group has strong links with the JI of Indonesia and its name
means ‘Bearer of the Sword”.

a. NPA c. MNLF
b. MILF d. ASG

42. The fight of the Southern Philippines Secessionist Group which is to establish a separate
Islamic state is termed as ______.

a. Belligerency c. Secessionism
b. Communism d. Terrorism

43. The following are axioms of intelligence EXCEPT for:

a. Intelligence of the government must be superior to that of the enemy.


b. Intelligence must be timely
c. Intelligence is crucial to internal security
d. Intelligence is the responsibility of the military

44. It is the phase in intelligence in which information becomes intelligence.

a. Planning the collection effort c. Processing of information


b. Document analysis d. Collection of information

45. What is the first step in the intelligence cycle?

a. Mission planning c. Planning the Collection Effort


b. Collection of Information d. Processing of Information

46. The essential step in processing of information.

a. Analysis and Processing c. Planning and Directing


b. Recording and Collecting d. Evaluation & Interpretation

47. It is the collection, processing, evaluation and dissemination of information.

a. Intel SOP c. Interpretation


b. Axioms of Intelligence d. Intel Cycle

48. It involves recording, evaluation, and interpretation of information.

a. Collection c. Processing
b. Dissemination d. Evaluation
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49. What does the acronym CORAS stand for?

a. Counter Insurgency Related Area Study


b. Counter Insurgency Associated Study
c. Counter Insurgency Oriented Area Study
d. Counter Insurgency Accompanying Study

50. When a political organization has been organized in the area, although no militia exists
yet but people are sympathetic to the communist and give material support to roving
regular insurgent bands, it is considered ________.

a. Insurgent – infiltrated c. Insurgent - targeted


b. Insurgent-influenced d. None of the above

51. It is defined as the identification, strength, command structure and disposition of the
personnel, units and equipment of any enemy force.

a. Processing of Information c. Journal


b. Collection Plan d. Order of Battle

52. It is a process performed by intelligence personnel in the production of combat


intelligence.

a. Intelligence analysis c. Intelligence cycle


b. Intelligence principle d. Intelligence SOP

53. It is defined as any piece of recorded information regardless of form. It may be typed,
handwritten, printed, engraved or drawn materials.

a. Report c. Manuscript
b. Information d. Document

54. It is an agent that engages in activities that support the clandestine operations.

a. Principal Agent c. Action Agent


b. Active Agent d. Support Agent

55. These are persons, things, or actions from which information about the enemy, weather
or terrain is derived.

a. Collection agency c. Intelligence agency


b. Collection plan d. Sources of information

56. AAO is a commonly used acronym in intelligence that stands for ______.

a. Analysis of the Area of Operation


b. Analysis and Observation of the Area
c. Annual Accomplishment Output
d. Analysis of Actual Operation

57. It is an important factor to be studied and analyzed when engaging in counter-insurgency


operations.

a. Economy c. People
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b. Politics d. Religion

58. It is a GESCON template that focuses on population as the significant features.

a. Terrain and Weather Template c. Opposing Forces template


b. Events Template d. Community Situation Template

59. It is the analysis of effects of the opposing forces, community situation, terrain and
weather, events and economic situation.

a. Area Study c. CORAS


b. INTSUM d. GESCON

60. The removal of personnel or units from areas under enemy control by stealth, deception,
surprise or clandestine means.

a. Penetration c. Exfiltration
b. Infiltration . d. Escape and evasion

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PROFEX REVIEWER - MI
Rank: Technical Sergeant

1. This is the first step in the intelligence cycle.

a. Collection of Info c. Processing of Info


b. Dissemination & Use d. Planning the Collection Effort

2. Any expression of intuition to inflict evil, injury, or damage to national security.


a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect
b. National Security d. Threat to National Security

3. Aspect of national security that refers to measures aimed at countering domestic or internal
challenges to the existing political and socio-economic order.

a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect


b. Threat to National Security d. National Security
4. It is a state or condition where our most cherished values and beliefs, our democratic way
of life, our institutions of governance and our unity, welfare and well-being as a nation and
people are permanently protected and continuously enhanced.
a. External Aspect c. Internal Aspect
b. Threat to National Security d. National Security

5. It is composed of counterfeiting, money laundering, large-scale smuggling, inter-oceanic


poaching and commercial dumping, which undermines market economy, financial system
and nation’s resources.
a. Money laundering c. Economic Sabotage
b. Graft and Corruption d. Economic Solidarity and Strength

6. Persons who unknowingly provide information and are used when suitable circumstances
arise.

a. Agents c. Talent Spotters


b. Head Agents d. Unconscious Sources

7. He is in charge of the general staff responsible for intelligence and counterintelligence.

a. Operation Officer c. Signal Officer


b. SIGINT OFFICER d. Staff Officer for Intelligence

8. It is the basic NPA guerilla unit task for mass propaganda, education and organizing.

a. SYP Platoon c. SDG Platoon


b. SOT Platoon d. Intelligence Platoon

9. It is military operation initiated by the NPA forces against the government forces or
unfriendly armed groups.

a. Tactical Offensives c. Urban Warfare


b. Strategic Offensives d. Partisan Warfare

10. It is a type of NPA platoon that is in charge of Party IPO activities in the red areas.

a. SPP/SYP b. SDG/COG c. MB/SDU d. Special Platoon

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11. It is a type of NPA platoon that is tasked to conduct tactical offensives and other military
works in the countryside.

a. SPP/SYP b. SDG/COG/PLAGER
c. MB/SDU d. Special Platoon

12 It is an NPA unit considered as experts in organizing works. This is the cutting edge of the
CPP in the countryside.

a. SYP b. SDG c. MB d.SDU

13. It is a village/barrio identified to be organized by the SYP/SPP units of the NPA.

a. Influenced b. Less-Influenced c. Affected

14. Measures undertaken by a command to protect itself from espionage, subversion or


sabotage.

a. Civil Security c. Port, Frontier & Travel Security


b. Military Security d. Travel Security

15. A civil security measure that must be considered and implemented.

a. Issuance of passes & permits c. Issuance of furlough


b. Issuance of License d. Issuance of past time

16. An example of port, frontier and travel security.

a. Establishment of frontier crossing points c. Scty Cntrl of bussiness


b. Security control of landlord d. Security control of the sea

17. Measures that affect the non – military nationals of aggressive or non – aggressive states
or organizations permanently or temporarily residing under military jurisdiction.

a. Military Security c. Civil Security


b. Port, Frontier & Travel Security d. Aggressive Security

18. Surveillance of all communications like correspondence, telephones and radio broadcast to
prevent information of military value from reaching the enemy.

a. Travel Security b. Civil Security


c. Military Security d. Censorship

19. The general target for the intelligence works of the CNN in white areas.

a. Intel Operatives of the Government b. AFP/PNP Units


c. Mass Actions c. Mass Base

20. The general target for the intelligence works of the CNN in the Countryside.

a. AFP and PNP Units b. Intel Operatives of the Government


c. Mass Actions c. Mass Base

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21. An order in writing issued in the name of the People of the Philippines, signed by a judge
and directed to a peace officer, commanding him to search for personal property described
therein and bring it before the court.

a. Arrest c. Search warrant


b. Investigation d. Seizure

22. A carefully limited search of the outer clothing of such person in an attempt to discover
weapons which might be used to assault him. It is protective search not a search for
evidence.

a. Arrest with warrant c. Warrant of Arrest


b. Search Warrant d. Warrantless search

23. It is the process of searching inquiry in order to ascertain facts from people and things.

a. Arrest c. Search
b. Investigation d. Seizure

24. Facts and circumstances which could lead a reasonably discreet and prudent man to
believe that an offense has been committed and that the objects sought are in the place to
be searched.

a. Information c. Probable cause


b. Justice d. Truth

25. Which should NOT be done to the captured combatants?

a. Be given necessary care


b. Not be unnecessarily exposed to combat danger
c. Not be protected against acts of violence, insults or intimidation
d. Not be compelled to engage in activities having military purpose

26. It is known as Law of war or Law of armed conflict.


c. Customary Law c. Geneva Conventions
d. Human Rights d. International Humanitarian Law

27. It is the requirement to maintain the survival of the state through the use of economic,
military and political power and the exercise of diplomacy.

a. Political Spectrum c. National Security


b. Physical Security d. Threats to National Security
28. Any expression of intuition to inflict evil, injury, or damage to national security.
a. External Aspect c. National Security
b. Internal Aspect d. Threats to National Security
29. A kind of external security concern that has links to drug trafficking, terrorism, smuggling of
illegal aliens, massive financial and bank fraud, arms smuggling and political corruption.
a. Cybernetic crime c. Terrorism
b. Proliferation of loss firearms d. Transnational organized crime
30. A transnational security issue that proliferates along the country’s southern backdoor.
a. Firearms/Explosive Trafficking c. Piracy
b. Intrusions d. Terrorism

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31. The CPP-NPA-NDF (CNN) exploits this as a vehicle to work-out for release of their
detained leaders and gain time to recover.
a. International Solidarity Works c.Peace Process
b. Legal Struggle d.Parliamentary Struggle
32. It is a sequential process of organizing people in the locality that is secretly carried out to
ensure its success.
a. SICA c. NPA Recruitment
b. Leap Frog d. Barrio Module
33. The intrusion of more than 500 Rogue MNLF elements (RME) that lasted for almost one
month, showing their objection to the GPH-MILF peace agreement.
a. Lamitan City siege c. Cabatangan siege
b. Jolo, Sulu incident d. Zamboanga City siege
34. These are the means of the MILF to achieve their objective of an Islamic state in Mindanao
EXCEPT for:
a. Balik-Islam c. Haram
b. Da’wah d. Jihad
35. This group surfaced as the first revolutionary group among the young Muslim radicals and
became the forefront of the separatist movement in Mindanao.
a. Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) b. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
c. Moro Islamic Liberation Org (MILO) d. Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF)
36. It is a final agreement signed between the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) and the
GRP under the administration of former President Fidel Valdez Ramos.
a. Comprehensive Agreement on Bangsamoro (CAB)
b. 1989 ARMM Organic Act
c. 1996 Final Peace Agreement
d. 1976 Tripoli Agreement
37. Splinter faction of Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) with the objective to establish an
Islamic State in Mindanao.
a. Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG)
b. Rogue MNLF elements (RME)
c. Moro Islamic Liberation Organization (MILO)
d. Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)
38. Who is the founder of Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)?
a. DatuUdtog MATALAM c. Nur MISUARI
b. Khair ALONTO d. Hashim SALAMAT
39. The calculated use of violence or threat of violence against people or property to coerce or
intimidate governments or societies in order to attain political, religious, or ideological
objectives.
a. Crime c. Secessionism
b. Insurgency d. Terrorism

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40. The rise of this group is attributed to changes in Iraq‟s political structure after SADDAM
Hussein was overthrown in 2003. It seeks to a caliphate to rule over the entire Muslim
world under a single leader in line with Islamic law or shariah.
a. Al-Qaeda
b. Hezbollah
c. Taliban
d. Islamic State in IRAQ and Syria (ISIS)/Daesh
41. Practices, tactics, techniques, and strategies that governments, militaries, and other groups
adopt in order to fight terrorism.
a. Protective measures c. Anti-terrorism
b. Force protection d. Counterterrorism
42. It is a knowledge acquired through the collection, evaluation, and interpretation of all
available information concerning a possible or actual enemy, or areas of operation.

a. Military intelligence c. Combat intelligence


b. Counterintelligence d. Strategic intelligence

43. The following are axioms of intelligence EXCEPT for:

a. Intelligence of the government must be superior to that of the enemy


b. Intelligence is crucial to internal security.
c. Intelligence must be timely
d. Intelligence is the responsibility of the military

44. It is a process performed by intelligence personnel in the production of combat intelligence.

a. Intelligence analysis c. Intelligence cycle


b. Intelligence principle d. Intelligence SOP

45. These are persons, things, or actions from which information about the enemy, weather or
terrain is derived.

a. Collection agency c. Intelligence agency


b. Collection plan d. Sources of information

46. It refers to any person, unit, or activity that collects and/or processes information by
research, surveillance, interrogation, or other exploitation of resource..

a. Collection agency c. Intelligence agency


b. Collection plan d. Sources of information

47. It is the basic party organization of the CPP and serves as the nucleus of all political
activities of the mass organizations, militias, and other CPP units in the barrio.

a. KomitengBalangay c. Party Branch


b. Milisyang Bayan d. Party Group

48. It is the security layer of the guerilla base that could be mobilized to tie down or divert the
attention of the government troops.

a. Spies c. Pasabilis
b. Contacts d. Militias

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49. It is a limited area wherein a semi-permanent sanctuary or encampment of CPP/NPA


elements is located.

a. Guerilla front c. Guerilla base


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla zone

50. It is composed of contiguous areas that are targets for expansion and/or being consolidated
by CPP/NPA units.

a. Guerilla front c. Guerilla base


b. Guerilla force d. Guerilla zone

51. It is the logical and orderly examination of the intelligence factors affecting the
accomplishment of a mission.

a. Intelligence Annex c. Intelligence Summary


b. Intelligence Estimate d. IPB

52. It contains intelligence necessary in the execution of operation order and instructions
pertaining to the accomplishment of intelligence tasks.

a. Intelligence Annex c. Intelligence Summary


b. IPB d. IntelligenceEstimate

53. It is the art of questioning and examining a source to obtain the maximum amount of usable
information.

a. Elicitation c. Interview
b. Personal meeting d. Interrogation

54. It refers to an interrogation approach that necessitates the employment of two interrogators
who will display opposing personalities and attitude toward the source.

a. Carrot and stick c. Hyde and Jekyll


b. Cause and effect d. Mutt and Jeff approach

55. It is a subtle form of indirect interrogation with an aim to get information without the subject
being aware of a deliberate attempt to gain information from him.

a. Elicitation c. Interview
b. Interrogation d. Personal meeting

56. It is a tool of clandestine operations that gives detailed information of the operational
environment for operational activities.

a. Surveillance c. Investigation
b. Elicitation d. Casing

57. During this step, the agent is actually sent to get the information.

a. Debriefing c. Operational testing


b. Training d. Dispatch and reception

58. It consists of all activities done in peace and in war, concerned with the prevention,
detection, neutralization, and destruction of intelligence activities of a potential enemy
through countermeasures to thwart such hostile activities.

a. Military intelligence c. Combat intelligence


b. Strategic intelligence d. Counterintelligence

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59. It is a willful and overt act by one who conspires with any other person to overthrow the
Philippine government by force, violence, deceit, and any other illegal means.

a. Agitation c. Sabotage
b. Espionage d. Subversion

60. A pilferer who steals primarily because he is unable to resist the temptation of an
unexpected opportunity and has little fear of detection.

a. Casual pilferer c. Traditional pilferer


b. Regular pilferer d. Systematic pilferer

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