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  1. Young Marine Jeopardy Basic For testing your skills as a good Basic Young Marine. Click “OORAH” to begin OORAH!

  2. Welcome to Jeopardy, Round 1 The following slides will inform you of the categories we will be using in this first round. If you get half of an answer right and half wrong you will still lose that section. Make sure you click on the underlined [ > ] symbol during the game. Proceed>

  3. Back to Main > CAMP PENDLETON Young Marines CPYM is an organization that promotes a drug-free and healthy lifestyle. We also do some fun and game, and this is one of our games. CPYM plays a game called Jeopardy. It is essentially like the TV Jeopardy game in an interactive PowerPoint. Enjoy yourselves, move on AND PUT THOSE YM GUIDE BOOKS AND CARDS AWAY!!

  4. Close Order Drill Go On >

  5. Essential Subjects Go On >

  6. Field Skills Go On >

  7. Map & Compass Go On >

  8. Citizenship Go On >

  9. Pick your Poison Go OnExitTo Double >

  10. Daily Double! Place Your Bet With The Judges… And Go On >

  11. Saluting is a form of? A. Respect B. Greeting C. Both A and B D. None of the Above C. Both A and B. Go Back > Close Order Drill for 100 M

  12. You fall in at the position of? A. At Ease B. Parade Rest C. Attention D. None of the above C. Attention. Go Back > Close Order Drill for 200 M

  13. A normal step in marching is how many inches? A. 12 B. 30 C. 36 D. 24 B. 30 Go Back > Close Order Drill for 300 M

  14. What are the four positions of rest? Rest, Parade Rest, At Ease, and Fall out. Go Back > Close Order Drill 400

  15. What are the two types of drill commands? Preparatory command and the command of Execution. Go Back > Close Order Drill 500

  16. “And to the republic for which it stands” is a part of? A. National Anthem B. YM obligation C. YM Creed D. Pledge of Allegiance D. Pledge of Allegiance. Go Back > Essential Subjects 100 M

  17. What are the three ranks that make up the Young Marine Basic rank? YM Private, YM Private First Class, and YM Lance Corporal. Go Back > Essential Subjects for 200

  18. The Marine Corps core values are? Honor, Courage, and Commitment. Go Back > Essential Subjects for 300

  19. What is the Young Marines official birthday? A. October 17, 1965. B. November 10, 1775. C. April 1, 1990. D. May 7, 1868 A. October 17, 1965. Go Back > Essential Subjects for 400 M

  20. The highest qualification award a Young Marine can earn is? Drug Demand Reduction Award. Go Back > Essential Subjects for 500

  21. Name three personal items that should be carried in you pockets. Whistle, small pocket knife, ID and Medical card, Map & compass, matches, survival kit, Lip balm, Note pad & pencil, and small flashlight. Go Back > Field Skills for 100

  22. What does the acronym C.O.L.D. stand for? A. Clean clothes breathe and insulate better B. Avoid overheating by ventilating C. Dress in loose layers D. Stay dry E. All of the above. E. All of the above. Go Back > Field Skills for 200 M

  23. A person suffering from heat exhaustion? A. Maybe pale, dizzy, or nauseous. B. Have cold and clammy skin. C. May have a headache or cramps. D. All of the above. D. All of the above Go Back > Field Skills for 300 M

  24. When packing your backpack? A. Avoid carrying more than 50 lbs. B. Have someone else carry it if more than 25 lbs. C. Carry as much as you weigh. D. Avoid carrying more than 35 lbs. D. Avoid carrying more that 35 lbs. Go Back > Field Skills for 400 M

  25. Fire requires what three components to burn? Fuel, oxygen, and heat. Go Back > Field Skills for 500

  26. The five basic colors of a topographical map are? A. Red, yellow, blue, black, and green. B. Red, green, blue, orange, and brown. C. Red, green, blue, black, and brown. D. blue Orange, red, Yellow,and brown. C. Red, green, blue, black, and brown. Go Back > Map and Compass for 100 M

  27. A. How do you read a map? A. Upright. B. Right and up. C. Top to bottom. D. Right and down. B. Right and up Go Back > Map and Compass for 200 M

  28. What does blue, black, and green represent on a topographical map? Water and man made buildings and vegetation. Go Back > Map and Compass DAILY DOUBLE!

  29. What is the stop sign that tell you, you have gone too far? A. Collecting features. B. Handrails. C. Catching features. D. Depression. C. Catching features Go Back > Map and Compass for 400 M

  30. What device is used to pin point a location within a grid square on a map. A Protractor. Go Back > Map and Compass for 500

  31. What is not a responsibility you have as a citizen? A. Help other in the community. B. Obey the laws. C. Respect the rights an freedoms of others. D. Wash my car. D. Wash my car. Go Back > Citizenship for 100 M

  32. When is Nationally Observed “Flag Day”? A. June 14 B. July 4 C. October 17 D. May 7 A. June 14 Go Back > Citizenship for 200 M

  33. Who wrote the Star Spangled Banner? A. Betsy Ross. B. Francis Scott Key. C. John McHenry. D. John Philip Sousa. B. Francis Scott Key. Go Back > Citizenship for 300 M

  34. Who wrote the original Pledge of Allegiance? Francis Bellamy. Go Back > Citizenship for 400

  35. Recite or sing from memory the lyrics of the National Anthem? Oh, say can you see, by the dawn’s early light, What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming, Whose broad strips and bright stars, through the perilous flight, O’er the ramparts we watch, were so gallantly streaming, And the rockets’ red glare, the bomb bursting in air, Gave proof through the night that the flag was still there, O say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave, O’er the land and of the free and the home of the brave. Go Back > Citizenship for 500

  36. Welcome to the Double Jeopardy Round!! Go BACK to 1st Round Go ON to 2nd Round

  37. Welcome to Jeopardy, Round 2 The following slides will inform you of the categories we will be using in this first round. If you get half of an answer right and half wrong you will still lose that section. Proceed>

  38. Drug Resistance Go On >

  39. Leadership Go On >

  40. Public Speaking Go On >

  41. Physical Fitness Go On >

  42. Chain of Command Go On >

  43. Double The Trouble! Final ExitRound>

  44. Daily Double! Place Your Bet____ And Go On >

  45. Daily Double! Place Your Bet____ And Go On >

  46. What is known as booze, sauce, brews, hooch, juice, and is legal for 21 and older? A. Marijuana B. Crack C. Inhalants D. Alcohol D. Alcohol Go Back > Drug Resistance for 200 M

  47. With an active ingredient of THC, this is also known as Mary Jane, roach or pot? Marijuana Go Back > Drug Resistance for 400

  48. This drug, sometimes called crack, can be snorted, injected with a needle and smoked in it’s crystal form? Cocaine Go Back > Drug Resistance for 600

  49. These are all examples of? > Inhalants Go Back > Drug Resistance for 800

  50. > Back