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Miles O'Brien (journalist): Quiz


Question 1: In October 1998, he co-anchored CNN’s coverage of ________’s return to space with broadcast journalist Walter Cronkite.
John GlennNeil ArmstrongUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Marine Corps Aviation

Question 2: Based in New York City, he served as ________'s chief technology and environment correspondent.
HLN (TV channel)CNN en EspañolCNNFox News Channel

Question 3: In April 2009 he joined True/Slant as a blogger; in May, he began as a recurrent video contributor for the ________ podcast This Week in Space.
Paco NathanBoing BoingMondo 2000Wired (magazine)

Question 4: During the ________ and Iraq invasions, he, along with various retired generals, reported on military aviation techniques and strategy.
Non-Aligned MovementCentral Intelligence AgencyNATOAfghanistan

Question 5: He covered ________ for several weeks anchoring CNN’s Peabody and Dupont Award-winning coverage.
Hurricane KatrinaHurricane CamilleHurricane RitaHurricane Wilma

Question 6: In the wake of the ________, O'Brien provided viewers radar tracks of the hijacked flights while the twin towers were still standing.
September 11 attacksOsama bin LadenUnited Airlines Flight 93Al-Qaeda

Question 7: He has also reported on the crashes of John F. Kennedy, Jr., Payne Stewart, and Paul Wellstone, the C-150 incursion into the DC ADIZ and the ________ crash in Manhattan.
BaseballBoston Red SoxCory LidleNew York Yankees

Question 8: In 2009 Miles joined ________ working on Blueprint America that deals with rebuilding America infrastructure where the redirection of focus from the auto to high-speed rail and other mass transit options.
Public Broadcasting ServiceIon TelevisionUniversal SportsUnivision

Question 9: O'Brien reported the airliner crashes of US Airways Flight 427, ValuJet 592, TWA 800, EgyptAir 990, ________, Comair 5191, and others.
American Airlines Flight 77American Airlines Flight 587United Airlines Flight 93American Airlines Flight 11


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