Question #1: Why might it be necessary to protect and preserve security at a national level, rather than only at the state or local level? To stay abreast of threats from foreign countries To protect the liberties granted by the Bill of Rights To ensure our Military is ready and capable if needed All of the above Question #2: What are some of the steps that our national government takes to protect and preserve national security? Maintains the U.S. Military Establishes foreign policy doctrine Maintains the CIA and NSA All of the above Question #3: The National Security Act of 1947, and later the National Security Act Amendments of 1949, were both signed by Which U.S. President Ronald Reagan George Washington John Kennedy Harry Truman Question #4: The National Security Act of 1947 was instrumental in the development of a strong national defense. It mandated several key changes for the United States that continue to be absolutely essential to our national security today, including which of the following: It established the United States Navy It established the National Security Council It established the Federal Bureau of Investigation All of the above Question #5: When was the Department of Homeland Security created? Following the Vietnam War Following the terrorist attacks on 9/11/2001 Following the Cold War None of the above Question #6: What role can average citizens play in Homeland Security? Be aware of your surroundings If you see something out of place notify local authorities Educate your fellow citizens to be aware of possible threats All of the above Question #7: How might a weak economy lead to a loss of freedom for the citizens of our country? Lack of jobs Lack of natural resources Dependence on other nations All of the above Question #8: What are some of the activities that take place within cyberspace? Control of our energy grid Financial transactions Transfer of classified documents All of the above Question #9: The right to personal security is guaranteed by which two UN treaties? UN Resolution and the US Constitution Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence The Universal Declaration of Human Rights and The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights None of the above Question #10: Who stated the following? “To be prepared for war is one of the most effective means of preserving peace.” Alexander Hamilton Thomas Jefferson George Washington Robert E. Lee Congratulations! You passed the quiz.<br>Print out your <a href="https://ascf.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/ascf-certificates-security.pdf" target="_blank"><font color="red">Achievement Certificate Now!</font></a> Almost there. <br>Try again and get all 10 answers correct to print out your achievement certificate.