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8-5. Because  of  security  concerns,  an operation-oriented  public  affairs plan  should  indicate  that  news media  representatives  will  be escorted at all times. 1. True 2. False The USS Harrelson  is  underway to  participate  in  “Operation Spiral  Staircase”  in  the  western Pacific.  Fifteen  U.S.  Navy ships are involved as well as destroyers  and  cruisers  from Australia (3), New Zealand (2), Thailand (3), and Japan (4). Embarked  to  cover  the  exercise are  Dave  Proctor  (reporter,  USA Today) and the ENG team of Jack Savage  (reporter)  and  Lou Thornton  (photographer)  of KNEW-TV.  You are the PAO responsible  for  carrying  out the public affairs plan of the USS Harrelson. IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 8-6 THROUGH 8-9, REFER TO THE ABOVE SCENARIO. 8-6. Mr. Proctor asks you about the location of the Japanese and Australian  ships  in  relation  to the USS Harrelson.  How  should you  respond? 1. Escort him to CIC for briefing 2. Arrange  a  special  press conference  at  the  CIB headquarters 3. Tell  him  the  information cannot  be  disclosed 4. Tell him you must receive clearance  from  the responsible  unified  commander before  providing  the information 8-7. Mr.  Savage  and  Mr.  Proctor request  interviews  with  a  weapons chief who continues to play a key role in the operation.  You tell them the chief cannot be identi- fied for security reasons, but they insist otherwise.  What should you do? 1. Tell them that further access to  personnel  directly involved in the operation will be denied 2. Send a priority message to the  type  commander  requesting a policy waiver 3. Allow the interviews, but ask the reporters to delay releasing the stories until 30 days after the completion of  the  operation 4. Deny them access to any in- formation  associated  with  the operation 8-8. Both  reporters  request  a  “ball- park” estimate of the number of friendly  units  participating  in the operation.  How should you respond? 1. Deny  the  reporters  access to  any  information  asso- ciated  with  participating units 2. Tell the reporters that there are 27 units parti- cipating,  and  break  them down by country 3. Tell the reporters you will provide  the  information  only at the conclusion of the operation 4. Provide  the  reporters  with the  estimate 8-9. Of  the  following  categories  of information, which one must NOT be released to the reporters? 1. Location  of  military  targets previously  attacked 2. Number of aerial combat missions flown in the operations  area 3. Past  intelligence  gathering methods 4. Types  of  ordnance  used 77

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