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Question 1: As executive officer of the SEAL Team assigned to the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force, he witnessed the ________ in Beirut.
1983 Beirut barracks bombingUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesHispanics in the United States Marine Corps

Question 2: Pfarrer went through Basic Underwater Demolition SEAL training (BUD/S) in 1981 and spent 8 years as a ________.
United States NavyUnited States Navy SEALsUnited States Navy SEAL selection and trainingUnited States Naval Special Warfare Command

Question 3: Pfarrer’s best-selling autobiography, ________, was published by Random House in 2004.
Warrior Soul, The Memoir of a Navy SEALHawaiiUnited States NavyMississippi

Question 4: Pfarrer is a graduate of Staunton Military Academy, and studied Clinical Psychology at ________ and the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.
California State University, NorthridgeCalifornia State Polytechnic University, PomonaCalifornia State University, Los AngelesCalifornia State University, Long Beach

Question 5: Born in Boston, Pfarrer considers ________ to now be his hometown.
Meridian, MississippiBiloxi, MississippiJackson, MississippiGulfport, Mississippi

Question 6: ________ (2004)
Warrior Soul, The Memoir of a Navy SEALMississippiHawaiiUnited States Navy

Question 7: Pfarrer was one of the SEAL Team leaders responsible for the apprehension of Abu Abbas and the hijackers of the cruise ship ________.
MS Achille LauroMS Golden IrisMSC CruisesMS Oranje

Question 8: The Pfarrers share with many other old Biloxi families the distinction of losing homes in both ________ (1969) and Hurricane Katrina (2005).
Hurricane DonnaHurricane AndrewHurricane CamilleHurricane Ivan

Question 9: Charles Patrick "Chuck" Pfarrer, III (born April 13, 1957, ________) is an American novelist, screenwriter, and former U.S.
DenverPhoenix, ArizonaBostonAtlanta

Question 10: He served as a military advisor in ________, trained NATO forces in Europe and the Mediterranean, undertook duties in the Middle East, notably in Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War.
North AmericaAmericasAmericas (terminology)Central America

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