HANGEMHIGH
COMBAT ARMS SURVEY
Sat Jun 30, 2007 02:39
 

 
THIS IS WHY THEY HAVE ALL THE TROOPS OUT OF THE COUNTRY, THEY WILL BE USING TROOPS FROM OTHER PARTS OF THE WORLD TO POLICE US UNDER MARTAIL LAW AND GUN CONFISCATION. PASS THIS ONWARD. HANGEMHIGH!!!!!!
Date 30-Jul-94 17:51
The following COMBAT ARMS SURVEY was sent to Geoff Metcalf by a U.S. Marine, with a (non-anonymous) note explaining that the survey was given May 10, 1994, at the Twenty-nine Palms (CA) Marine base, to a number of Marines from different units which had participated in either: Operation "Just Cause," "Desert Storm" or "Restore Hope."

The July 11 New American ("Police State Update", p. 10), discusses a telephone interview with the marine, who said that he was not aware of similar surveys being administered at other bases and that his impression was that the survey was research for a [Navy] commander's master's degree.

The marine also reported an article in the base's weekly newspaper, documenting a March '94 "high-profile tour" of the Twenty-nine Palms base by a delegation from the Council on Foreign Relations.

The following survey questions, except for the last one, were not reprinted in the July 11 New American article. They were forwarded by the magazine to the New Jersey Conservative PAC (NJCPAC, 2 Thornton Lane, Piscataway NJ 08854-5044 ph/fx:908-463-0797), which also reports that preliminary fact-finding at the base indicates that the "surveys came through the chain of command." The questions are reproduced here with NJCPAC's permission.

NJCPAC asks that anyone who knows of other administrations of this or similar COMBAT ARMS SURVEY(s) pls contact them or Congressmen Bob Dornan (ph:202-225-2965) or Duncan Miller (ph:202-225-5672 fx:202-225-0235).





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COMBAT ARMS SURVEY
This questionnaire is to gather data concerning the attitudes of combat trained personnel with regards to nontraditional missions. All of your responses are confidential. Write your answers directly on the questionnaire form. In Part II, place an "X" in the space provided for your response.

Part I. Demographics


What Service are you in?
What is your pay grade? (e.g. E-?, O-?)
What is your MOS code and description?
What is your highest level of education in years?
How many months did you serve in Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield?
How many months did you serve in Somalia?
What state or country did you primarily reside in during childhood?

Part II. Attitudes
Do you feel that U.S. combat troops should be used within the United States for any of the following missions?


Drug enforcement (___) (___) (___) (___) (___)
Strongly Agree agree No opinion Strongly disagree Disagree

Disaster relief (e.g. hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes)
[transcriber's note: questions #9 through #46 all provide the same range of response options as shown in question #8, above. The response options have been omitted from the remaining questions for brevity.]


Security at national events (e.g. Olympic Games, Super Bowl)
Environmental disaster clean-up
Substitute teachers in public schools
Community assistance programs (e.g. landscaping, environmental clean-up, road repair, animal control)
Federal and State prison guards
National emergency police force
Advisors to S.W.A.T units, the FBI, or the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (B.A.T.F.)
Border patrol (e.g. prevention of illegal aliens into U.S. territory.)
Do you feel that U.S. combat troops under U.S. command should be used in other countries for any of the following United Nations missions?


Drug enforcement
Disaster relief (hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes)
Environmental disaster clean-up
Peace keeping
Nation building/reconstruct civil government, develop public school system, develop or improve public transportation system, etc.)
Humanitarian relief (e.g. food and medical supplies, temporary housing, and clothing)
Do you feel that U.S. combat troops should be used in other countries, under command of non-U.S. officers appointed by the United Nations for any of the following missions?


Drug enforcement
Disaster relief (e.g. hurricanes, floods, fires, earthquakes)
Environmental disaster clean-up
Peace keeping
Nation building (Reconstruct civil government, develop public school system, develop or improve public transportation system, etc.
Humanitarian relief (e.g. food and medical supplies, temporary housing, and clothing)
Police Action (e.g. Korea, Vietnam, but serving under non-U.S. officers)
Consider the following statements:


The U.S. runs a field training exercise. U.N. combat troops should be allowed to serve in U.S. combat units during these exercises under U.S. command and control.
The United Nations runs a field training exercise. U.S. combat troops under U.S. command and control should serve in U.N. combat units during these exercises.
The United Nations runs a field training exercise. U.S. combat troops should serve under U.N. command and control during these exercises.
U.S. combat troops should participate in U.N. missions as long as the U.S. has full command and control.
U.S. combat troops should participate in U.N. missions under United Nations command and control.
U.S. combat troops should be commanded by U.N. officers and noncommissioned officers (NCOs) at battalion and company levels while performing U.N. missions.
It would make no difference to me to have U.N. soldiers as members of my team. (e.g. fire team, squad, platoon)
It would make no difference to me to take orders from a U.N. company commander.
I feel the President of the United States has the authority to pass his responsibilities as Commander-in-Chief to the U.N. Secretary General.
I feel there is no conflict between my oath of office and serving as a U.N. soldier.
I feel my unit's combat effectiveness would not be affected by performing humanitarian missions for the United Nations.
I feel a designated unit of U.S. combat soldiers should be permanently assigned to the command and control of the United Nations.
I would be willing to volunteer for assignment to a U.S. combat unit under a U.N. commander.
I would like U.N. member countries, including the U.S., to give the U.N. all the soldiers necessary to maintain world peace.
I would swear to the following code: "I am a United Nations fighting person. I serve in the forces which maintain world peace and every nation's way of life. I am prepared to give my life in their defense."
The U.S. government declares a ban on the possession, sale transportation, and transfer of all non-sporting firearms. A thirty (30) day amnesty period is permitted for these firearms to be turned over to the local authorities. At the end of this period, a number of citizen groups refuse to turn over their firearms. Consider the following statement: I would fire upon U.S. citizens who refuse or resist confiscation of firearms banned by the U.S. government.

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