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Commander-in-Chief of the Canadian Forces: Quiz

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Question 1: [1][5] In 1968, following the unification of the Royal Canadian Navy, the ________, and the Royal Canadian Air Force, the Commander-in-Chief became the senior most officer of the Canadian Armed Forces, now the Canadian Forces.
Land Force Quebec AreaCanadian ForcesCanadian Forces Land Force CommandLand Force Western Area

Question 2: Following the establishment of the Canadian Department of the Naval Service in 1910, the viceroy was styled Commander-in-Chief of the Militia and Naval Forces, and after the creation of the ________ in 1918, as Commander-in-Chief of the Militia and Naval and Air Forces.
Canadian Forces Air CommandWarrant OfficerRoyal Canadian Air ForceWing Commander (rank)

Question 3: In ________, the term Commander-in-Chief of the Canadian Forces (in French: Commandant en chef des Forces canadiennes) can refer to both the position of supreme commander of the country's armed forces, and to the title granted to the viceroy.
CanadaUnited StatesBarbadosUnited Kingdom

Question 4: Constitutionally, command-in-chief is vested in the Canadian sovereign, though these duties have been delegated to the ________, who has consequently been bestowed with the title Commander-in-Chief.
The Canadian Crown and the Canadian ForcesParliament of CanadaGovernor General of CanadaPrime Minister of Canada







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