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Question 1:
What is the motto of Royal Air Force?
ad astra per aspera--to the stars through adversity
"Reach for the stars, but never leave your friends."
"Through Adversity to the Stars"
Patience Rejoices in Adversity''

Question 2:
Where does British Armed Forces come from?

Question 3: [110] Locally-raised units are maintained in ________ (The Bermuda Regiment), the Falkland Islands (Falkland Islands Defence Force), and Gibraltar (Royal Gibraltar Regiment).
Cayman IslandsAnguillaBritish Virgin IslandsBermuda

Question 4:
What is the motto of Royal Navy?
Tuitio Fidei et Obsequium Pauperum
Si vis pacem, para bellum
A Mark of Excellence
Know God. . . be strong, and do great exploits! Daniel 11:32

Question 5: [16] The ________ decided to abolish conscription and reduce the size of the Armed Forces from 690,000 to 375,000 by 1962.
1957 Defence White PaperLancastrian BrigadeEast Anglian BrigadeAvro

Question 6: [20][21] By the mid-1970s, Britain had withdrawn permanently deployed forces from ________, Bahrain, Malaysia, Mauritius, Oman, Sharjah, and Singapore.
YemenAdenSouth YemenAden Protectorate

Question 7:
Who was a commander in the British Armed Forces?
James D. Henry
Liu Yu
Air Chief Marshal Sir Graham Stirrup
Kirill Moskalenko

Question 8: The MoD owns two civilian naval agencies which are not part of the military ________.
HMS Triumph (S93)HMS Ocean (L12)Naval ServiceRoyal Navy

Question 9:
Who was a commander in the British Armed Forces?
Air Chief Marshal Sir Graham Stirrup
James D. Henry
Liu Yu
Kirill Moskalenko

Question 10:
What is the garrison of the Royal Marines?
Holsworthy Barracks, Sydney
Apamea, Syria
Centre d'Intervention Ru00E9gional , La Blu00E9cherette, Lausanne, Vaud
Commando Training Centre

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