4.

What must you compute to determine the optimum time of exit from a fallout area?

A.

Multiplication factor times the average transmission factor

B.

Average transmission factor divided by the time of evacuation

C.

Evacuation transmission factor divided by the time of evacuation

D.

The multiplication factor by the time of evacuation

5.

A unit is in a fallout area but personnel are inside foxholes, Command Post Carriers M577, and

frame houses (basement). The unit will evacuate the location in the M577 Carriers, 1/4-ton

trucks, and on foot. What is the multiplication factor to be used to determine the optimum time

of exit?

A.

0.7

B.

1.8

C.

2.1

D.

2.3

6.

A unit is inside a fallout area and the commander has received permission to evacuate the unit to

an uncontaminated area. Personnel are in foxholes, basements of frame houses, and an

underground shelter being used as the command post. The evacuation will be made in 1/4-ton

and 2 1/2-ton trucks and will take 1 1/2 hours. The nuclear burst that caused the fallout occurred

at 0900 hours. At what time can the evacuation begin, so that personnel will receive the least

amount of radiation?

A.

1000

B.

1308

C.

1532

D.

1706