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Task force: Quiz


Question 1: In the late 19th century ships were collected in numbered squadrons, which were assigned to named (such as the ________) and later numbered fleets.
USS Whippoorwill (AM-35)USS Alden (DD-211)United States Asiatic FleetUSS William B. Preston (DD-344)

Question 2: In the ________, a task force is a battalion-sized (usually, although there are variations in size) ad hoc unit formed by attaching smaller elements of other units.
United States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesUnited States ArmyUnited States Army Africa

Question 3: In the ________ and armies of other Commonwealth countries, such units are known as battlegroups.
Royal Military PoliceTerritorial Army (United Kingdom)British ArmyBritish Armed Forces

Question 4: It is considered to be a more formal ad-hoc ________.
QuorumChairmanCommitteeParliamentary procedure

Question 5: Originally introduced by the United States Navy, the term has now caught on for general usage and is a standard part of ________ terminology.
AfghanistanCentral Intelligence AgencyNATONon-Aligned Movement

Question 6: The task force concept worked very well, and by the end of ________ about 100 task forces had been created in the United States Navy alone.
Collaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISoviet occupationsWorld War IISecond Sino-Japanese War

Question 7: Task force at ________ (a Star Trek wiki)
Memory AlphaStar Trek: The Motion PictureTrekkieStar Trek: First Contact

Question 8: They are a Marine Air-Ground Task Force commanded by Brigadier General Larry Nicholson, assigned to work under the ________.
Taliban insurgencyInternational Security Assistance ForceNATOAfghanistan

Question 9: It is known to have fought in Afghanistan and was part of the ________.
Argentina2010 Haiti earthquake2004 Haitian rebellionUnited Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti

Question 10: Joint Task Force 2 (JTF2) is the ________' elite special forces unit, roughly equivalent to the American Delta Force or the British Special Air Service.
Land Force Western AreaLand Force Central AreaCanadian ForcesCadet Instructors Cadre

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