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Question 1: After emerging from the shipyard, she was assigned as the ________ of the Control Force, US Fleet.
Public Broadcasting ServiceFlagshipFlagship stationCBS

Question 2: Later in 1941, she was transferred to the US Pacific Fleet and based in ________.
Pearl HarborUSS Arizona MemorialUSS Missouri (BB-63)United States Navy

Question 3: This was done as a result of American studies of the ________ in 1905, and was designed to reduce the vulnerability of the command staff.
Battle of TsushimaBattle of the Yellow SeaRusso-Japanese WarBattle of Port Arthur

Question 4: [12] Florida was the oldest American battleship that was retained under the terms of the ________ of 1922.
USS Wasp (CV-7)Imperial Japanese NavyEssex class aircraft carrierWashington Naval Treaty

Question 5: Florida was assigned to the British Grand Fleet and based in Scapa Flow; in December 1918 she escorted President ________ to France for the peace negotiations.
Thomas R. MarshallWoodrow WilsonGeorge B. McClellanFranklin D. Roosevelt

Question 6: The primary modifications were enlarged engine rooms that were capable of holding four Curtis or Parsons ________ and a redesigned secondary battery.
Turbine (disambiguation)TurbineWater turbineGas turbine

Question 7: [5] The ships had a range of 6,720 ________ at a cruising speed of 10 knots.
Knot (unit)LatitudeNautical mileKilometre

Question 8: [2] The design, as with other American battleships of the era, was heavily influenced by war games conducted at the US Navy's ________.
United States NavyUnited States Naval AcademyNaval War CollegeNaval Postgraduate School

Question 9: The engines provided 28,000 shaft horsepower (20,880 ________)[4] and a top speed of 20.75 knots.

Question 10: Following the entrance of the United States into ________ in 1917, both ships were deployed to Europe.
Caucasus CampaignWorld War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian Genocide


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