(5) When combat is imminent or in progress.
(6) When net discipline is not enforced.
1-49. Inexperienced, unskilled, or unseasoned operators, and operators who have speech or other
peculiarities that are easily imitated, are examples of specific conditions favoring deception. The
enemy uses deception by taking advantage of the _____________, _____________, and
(1-49. Answer: inexperienced, unskilled, unseasoned)
1-50. In general, when net discipline is poor and operating procedures are careless or inaccurate,
the net is vulnerable. The enemy notes any sloppiness or unusual characteristics an operator
possesses and use this knowledge at the proper time. Radio nets are very vulnerable to enemy
deception when net _____________ is poor.
(1-50. Answer: discipline)
1-51. When the number of stations in the net is large or subject to frequent changes, operators
cannot know all other operators or be certain how many stations are in the net. This makes it
easy for an enemy station to enter the net and pass for a friendly station.
Therefore, the enemy is most likely to enter your net if there is confusion caused by a
_____________ number of stations in your net or _____________ changes in the number of
(1-51. Answer: large, frequent)