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Question 1: The ________ – breaking with Royal Navy tradition – uses the ensign grade for this rank equivalent.
Royal New Zealand NavyNew Zealand Defence CollegeNew Zealand ArmyRoyal New Zealand Air Force

Question 2: The corresponding United States Coast Guard and ________ rank is ensign.
United States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesUnited States Army

Question 3: In 1902 a single bath star (now commonly referred to as a pip) was introduced; the ranks of ________ and captain had their number of stars increased by one to (respectively) two and three.
Second LieutenantMilitary rankMidshipmanLieutenant

Question 4: ________
Military rankBritish Army officer rank insigniaRAF officer ranksMilitary ranks and insignia of the Sri Lanka Army

Question 5: The ________ also breaks tradition in the sense that it has the equivalent rank of Ensign, but it is titled "acting sub lieutenant."
Australian Defence ForceHMAS CreswellRoyal Australian NavyAustralian Army

Question 6: Second Lieutenant is the lowest commissioned officer ________ in many armed forces.
Military rankNew Zealand military ranksRAF officer ranksGreek military ranks

Question 7: ________-speaking countries except Bahrain, Oman, Sudan, Yemen: ملازم (Mulazim)
Arabic languageEgyptian ArabicModern Standard ArabicAncient North Arabian

Question 8: The rank second lieutenant was introduced throughout the ________ in 1871 to replace the rank of ensign (cornet in the cavalry), although it had long been used in the Royal Artillery, Royal Engineers, Fusilier and Rifle regiments.
Royal Military PoliceBritish ArmyBritish Armed ForcesTerritorial Army (United Kingdom)

Question 9: In British English the rank is pronounced second /lɛf'tɛnənt/ (lef-tenent), while in ________ it is pronounced second /lu'tɛnənt/ (loo-tenent).
AlaskaUnited StatesAmerican EnglishEnglish language

Question 10: The ________ adopted the rank with insignia of a single gold ring around the service dress uniform cuff for both army and air personnel upon unification in 1968.
Land Force Western AreaCadet Instructors CadreLand Force Central AreaCanadian Forces







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