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Officer Candidate School (U.S. Army): Quiz

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Question 1: Honorable ________, political commentator
William F. Buckley, Jr.National ReviewConservatismNeoconservatism

Question 2: OCS is a rigorous 12-week course designed to train, assess, evaluate, and develop ________ for the U.S. Army's sixteen basic branches.
First LieutenantSecond LieutenantEnsign (rank)Lieutenant Commander

Question 3: There was also a school located in the South West Pacific Area (SWPA) at Camp Columbia, Brisbane, ________.
AustraliaCanadaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 4: In addition to the aforementioned programs, there were Officer Candidate Schools stood up for other branches, for instance the Signal Corps at ________, New Jersey.
Red Bank, New JerseyFort MonmouthEatontown, New JerseyWall Township, New Jersey

Question 5: Benning, and another at Fort McClellan, ________ for female Officer Candidates; the course length was reduced to 14-weeks.
KentuckyGeorgia (U.S. state)AlabamaMississippi

Question 6: All candidates are commissioned as ________ upon graduation.
Ensign (rank)Lieutenant CommanderSecond LieutenantFirst Lieutenant

Question 7: During the height of the ________, Infantry OCS produced 7,000 officers annually from five student battalions, all located at Ft.
Vietnam WarCentral Intelligence AgencyCold WarKorean War

Question 8: After World War II, Infantry OCS was transferred to ________, Kansas, as part of the Ground General School.
Junction City, KansasFort RileyGeary County, KansasManhattan, Kansas

Question 9: ________, Commandant of the Infantry School.
Omar BradleyRonald ReaganDwight D. EisenhowerGeorge S. Patton

Question 10: The United States Military Academy at West Point, ________, also admitted its first female cadets in 1976.
MassachusettsNew JerseyNew YorkConnecticut







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