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21 Cards in this Set

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Types of Combat Conditioning Drills

Martial Arts Drill

Physical Training Integration Training

Martial Arts Field Exercise

Deployed Drill

Organized Forms of Close Combat Training Before MCMAP

Linear Infighting Neural Override Engagement(LINE) System

Marine Corps Close Combat Program

Formal Courses of Instruction for MCMAP



Does Sustainment and Integration apply to certain MOSs

Yes. The key is to recognize the components to sustainment and integration training program and blend them with unit training plan

Responsibility of an MAI

Responsible for teaching up to the belt level he attains. Teaching physical technique.

3 Disciplines of MCMAP




2 Main Components of the Character Discipline

Marine Corps Core Values Program

Marine Corps Leadership Program

Which Synergy contains the 4 fighting components and what are they?


Rifle and bayonet, edged weapons, weapons of opportunity, and unarmed combat

6 Classes of Nutrients

Carbs, protein, fats, vitamins, minerals, and water

What makes up a comprehensive weight management program?

Balanced nutritional lifestyle

Physical training program

Appropriate behavior changes

2 types of risk factors for PT

Extrinsic and intrinsic

4 things that make up a combat mindset.




3 Components that increase survival chances

High levels of physical fitness

Gross familiarity with weapons

Mental preparation

Definition of fear

An automatic emotional reaction to a perceived danger of threat characterized by a high state of arousal.

Types of musculoskeletal injuries.

Acute and chronic injuries

Objective of initial treatment of injuries.

Decrease pain, limit swelling, and prevent further injury

How rehabilitation affects injuries

Reduces the chance of recurring injuries

Marines most valuable weapon

The mind

What is a tie in?

Short guided discussion taught in conjunction with a specific physical discipline technique

What is a warrior study

A lecture or guided discussion using the citation for valor of a Marine whose actions best exemplified the warrior spirit.

What is the martial culture study?

A lecture that looks at a selected martial culture in order to compare and contrast that culture with the USMC