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Joseph Hazelwood: Quiz


Question 1: [8] He entered a rehabilitation program in 1985 at South Oaks Hospital in ________.
Babylon (village), New YorkWyandanch, New YorkLindenhurst, New YorkAmityville, New York

Question 2: Following rehabilitation he received 90 days of leave to attend ________, but it is not clear if he attended during that leave.
Alcoholics AnonymousTwelve-step programBill W.Self-help groups for mental health

Question 3: As a result of the accident, in 1991 the ________ suspended his masters' license for a period of nine months.
United States Coast GuardUnited States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forces

Question 4: His father, Joseph, born c.1922, was a ________ torpedo bomber pilot turned airline pilot.
United States ArmyUnited States armed forcesUnited States NavyUnited States Marine Corps

Question 5: The 1995 film ________ anointed Hazelwood the patron saint of the movie's villain "The Deacon," leader of the "Smokers." a band of scavenging raiders.
WaterworldTristan & Isolde (film)Fandango (1985 film)Titanic (1997 film)

Question 6: By his own admission, Hazelwood drank "two or three vodkas" between 4:30 and 6:30 that same night, his ________ was found to be .061.
Blood alcohol contentCanadaUnited StatesUnited Kingdom

Question 7: Following college, on June 10, 1968 he was hired as a ________ by Humble Oil and Refining Company, which later became Exxon Shipping Company.
Third MateBoatswainSecond MateChief Mate

Question 8: Exxon Valdez departed the port of ________ at 9:12 p.m.
Kodiak, AlaskaValdez–Cordova Census Area, AlaskaFairbanks, AlaskaValdez, Alaska

Question 9: By age 32, he was the youngest captain working for ________ when he took command of Exxon Philadelphia, a California-to-Alaska oil tanker, in 1978.
ExxonMobilExxonHumble OilStandard Oil

Question 10: At the time of the Exxon Valdez incident, his New York state driving privileges were suspended as a result of a ________ arrest on September 13, 1988.
Driving under the influenceDrunk driving in the United StatesTrafficDrunk driving law by country


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