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Question 1: In the past (and in some countries today but to a lesser extent) non-commissioned members were almost exclusively ________, whereas officers were volunteers.
ConscriptionConscientious objectorUnited StatesMilitary service

Question 2: In the infantry a number of ________ are commissioned as LE officers, ensuring that British infantry LE officers are in the top 1% of their peers.
Warrant OfficerCorporalPrivate (rank)Sergeant

Question 3: [1] Officers may also be commissioned at federal or state based ________.
Officer Candidate School (U.S. Army)United States Air ForceUnited States Marine CorpsOfficer Candidate School

Question 4: Having officers is one requirement for combatant status under the ________, though these officers need not have obtained an official commission or warrant.
Laws of warIsrael, Palestine, and the United NationsUniversal jurisdictionCommand responsibility

Question 5: ________ Officers receive their training in the Command Wing of the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines.
British Army3 Commando BrigadeRoyal NavyRoyal Marines

Question 6: Commissioned officers generally receive training as ________ and management generalists, in addition to training relating to their specific military occupational specialty or function in the military.
Kurt LewinLeadershipAnarchismHuman

Question 7: Facilities accommodating needs such as the ________, bunks and domiciles, and general recreation are separated between officers and enlisted personnel.
ChicagoUnited StatesCafeteriaFast food restaurant

Question 8: ________ (NCOs) in positions of authority can be said to have control or charge rather than command per se, although the use of the word "command" to describe any use of authority is widespread and often official.
Lance CorporalSergeantCorporalNon-commissioned officer

Question 9: In the ________, officers are commissioned both directly into the officer corps as what are known as 'Direct Entry' or DE officers, or commissioned from the ranks as 'Late Entry' or LE officers.
WalesEnglandUnited KingdomCanada

Question 10: Most developed nations have set the goal of having their officer ________ university-educated, although exceptions exist in some nations to accommodate officers who have risen from the non-commissioned ranks (e.g.
CorpsCompany (military unit)Division (military)Regiment







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