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Question 1: ________
2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

Question 2: The Queen's Colour or King's Colour (in regiments of ________)
Queen's GuardPublic dutiesFoot GuardsColdstream Guards

Question 3: The baldric worn by the ________ of the regimental band/pipes and drums
SergeantWarrant OfficerFlight SergeantDrum major

Question 4: Northwest ________ 1885, South Africa 1900–02
United StatesCanadaBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 5: D Company, ________[5] (Awarded to D Company but carried by the rest of the battalion)
1st Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment6th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment

Question 6: The ________ (for infantry units) or the Regimental Guidon (for cavalry regiments)
Yorkshire RegimentRegimental coloursColours, standards and guidonsBritish Army

Question 7: For the ________, the need to adopt a system to recognize military units' battlefield accomplishments was apparent since its formation as a standing army in the later part of the 17th century.
Territorial Army (United Kingdom)British ArmyBritish Armed ForcesRoyal Military Police

Question 8: However and uniquely the ________ has 5 battle honours from its previous transport elements such as the Royal Waggon Train.
Royal Electrical and Mechanical EngineersRoyal Logistic CorpsBritish ArmyTerritorial Army (United Kingdom)

Question 9: Oakleaf Shoulder Badge (________, The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) and The Royal Winnipeg Rifles), awarded for "Kitcheners' Wood" in April 1915.
The Calgary HighlandersThe Canadian Grenadier GuardsPrincess Patricia's Canadian Light InfantryRoyal 22e Régiment

Question 10: Such methods are meant to bring the new soldier into the regimental ________ and sub-culture by means of imprinting shared history.
EthosRhetoricNicomachean EthicsAristotle


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