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Peaked cap: Quiz


Question 1: During World War II, the "50 mission crush" cap was popular among aircrews of the ________.
United States Army Air CorpsUnited States Army Air Forces9th Operations Group1st Operations Group

Question 2: In ________, these caps are also worn, in two forms.
United States ArmyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesUnited States Navy

Question 3: The crown is one color, often white for navies, light blue for ________, and green for armies, and may be piped around the edge in a different color.
Air forceTurkish Air ForceRoyal Air ForceLuftwaffe

Question 4: The ________ who wear a round Kilmarnock cap in No 1 dress and the Slouch hat in No 2 Dress
Brigade of GurkhasInfantry of the British ArmyBritish ArmyThe Rifles

Question 5: Most Regiments and corps of the ________ wear a forage cap in Numbers 1 and 2 Dress, the exceptions being:
Territorial Army (United Kingdom)Royal Military PoliceBritish ArmyBritish Armed Forces

Question 6: The version for warrant officers and company-grade officers (second lieutenants, ________, & captains) has a cap band with the branch-of-service color between two golden stripes, and a gold-colored chinstrap.
Lieutenant CommanderCyprusAzerbaijanFirst Lieutenant

Question 7: Public safety officers, such as those from the police, fire department, ________ service, and customs, often wear peaked caps, especially on formal occasions.
Emergency medical dispatcherAmbulanceEmergency medical servicesParamedic

Question 8: In the British Army, each regiment and ________ has a different badge.
FireteamCorpsCompany (military unit)Division (military)

Question 9: In the ________, combination caps are used only by:
Israel Defense ForcesIsraeli Air ForceMilitary Police Corps (Israel)Lebanese Armed Forces

Question 10: The cap band is black for both elements with the exception of a member serving with the ________, who wears a red cap band on any occasion that they wear the service cap.
NorwayProvost (military police)United States armed forcesMilitary police


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