Commandant of the Marine Corps: Quiz

Question 1: The first Commandant was ________, who took office as a captain,[5] though there was no office titled "Commandant" at the time, and the Second Continental Congress had authorized that the senior-most Marine could take a rank up to Colonel.
Charles Grymes McCawleySamuel NicholasCharles HeywoodWilliam Ward Burrows I

Question 2: Thirty-four [5] men have served as the Commandant of the Marine Corps, including the current Commandant ________.
Michael HageeCharles C. KrulakJames L. JonesJames T. Conway

Question 3: [5] In the 234-year history of the United States Marine Corps, only one Commandant has ever been fired from the job: ________, as a result of a court-martial in 1820.
Charles HeywoodFranklin WhartonJohn Harris (USMC)Anthony Gale

Question 4: The Commandant is responsible for the operation of the Marine Corps material support system."[4] Since 1801, the home of the Commandant has been located in the Marine Barracks in Washington, D.C. and his main offices are in ________.
Alexandria, VirginiaFairfax County, VirginiaNorthern VirginiaArlington County, Virginia

Question 5: Under the authority of the Secretary of the Navy, the CMC designates Marine personnel and resources to the commanders of ________.
Military Health SystemTRICAREUnited States Strategic CommandUnified Combatant Command

Question 6: The Commandant of the Marine Corps (CMC) is the highest-ranking officer in the United States Marine Corps and is a member of the ________.
United States Department of DefenseJoint Chiefs of StaffUnited States Secretary of the NavyUnited States Secretary of the Army

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