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Question 1: In 1980 he went to work for ________ where he held various posts including Director of Avionics, President of General Dynamics Land Systems Division and President of General Dynamics Fort Worth aircraft company (later Lockheed).
Gulfstream AerospaceGeneral DynamicsGeneral Dynamics Electric BoatM1 Abrams

Question 2: Gordon Richard England (born September 15, 1937) is an American businessman who served as the United States Deputy Secretary of Defense and twice as ________ in the administration of U.S.

Question 3: In 1961 received his bachelor's degree in ________ from the University of Maryland.
Computer engineeringMechanical engineeringElectrical engineeringElectronic engineering

Question 4: In June 2004 a Supreme Court ruling granted prisoners at Guantanamo Bay, ________ the right to plead their cases in U.S.

Question 5: Gordon England was born on September 15, 1937[1] in Baltimore, ________, and attended Mount Saint Joseph High School (Class of 1955).

Question 6: He was a member of several fraternities including Beta Gamma Sigma (business), Omicron Delta Kappa (leadership) and ________ (engineering).
Eta Kappa NuRutgers UniversityTexas A&M UniversityMichigan State University

Question 7: On January 24, 2003 England took up his new role as Deputy Secretary for Homeland Security in the newly formed ________.
United States Secretary of Homeland SecurityUnited States Coast GuardUnited States Department of DefenseUnited States Department of Homeland Security

Question 8: U.S. Secretary of Defense ________ however had decided to make corporate experience one of the key requirements in his appointees as was reported in the Washington Times.
Dick CheneyGeorge W. BushGeorge H. W. BushDonald Rumsfeld

Question 9: This policy led to England's appointment alongside other leading industrialists including James Roche and ________.
Jefferson DavisJohn SchofieldThomas E. WhiteLouis A. Johnson

Question 10: England started his business career in 1966 at ________ where he was an engineer on the Project Gemini space program.
General ElectricChevron CorporationIBMHoneywell


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