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Troop: Quiz


Question 1: In the ________, in the cavalry branch, a troop is the equivalent unit to the infantry company, commanded by a captain and consisting of 3 or 4 platoons, and subordinate to a squadron (battalion).
United States ArmyUnited States armed forcesUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States Army Africa

Question 2: In the ________ a troop is the equivalent of a platoon sized element in units of certain corps, those being:
Australian Defence ForceAustralian ArmyRoyal Australian Air ForceRoyal Australian Navy

Question 3: ________ troops are also unusual as they are commanded by a captain - most troop/platoon sized elements are commanded by a Lieutenant.
4th Battalion, Royal Australian RegimentZ Special UnitAustralian Special Air Service RegimentOperation Slipper

Question 4: In the ________, a Troop is the equivalent of a platoon within the Armoured, Artillery, Engineer, and Signals branches.
Canadian ForcesCanadian Forces Land Force CommandLand Force Quebec AreaLand Force Western Area

Question 5: Privates in the RAAC and ________ are also hold the rank "Trooper" instead of private, this is not the case for any other Corps/Units whose platoon sized elements are called Troops.
Z Special Unit4th Battalion, Royal Australian RegimentOperation SlipperAustralian Special Air Service Regiment

Question 6: Royal Engineers, Royal Corps of Signals, Royal Logistic Corps, Special Air Service and ________: A unit equivalent in size to a platoon in other corps, divided into sections or Patrols.
Honourable Artillery CompanyWelsh GuardsGrenadier GuardsColdstream Guards

Question 7: A troop is a military unit, originally a small force of ________, subordinate to a squadron and headed by the troop leader.

Question 8: A cavalry soldier of ________ is called a trooper (abbreviated Tpr., not to be confused with trouper).
SergeantSergeant MajorPrivate (rank)Corporal

Question 9: However ________ is the only Royal Australian Infantry unit to use the troop designation.
Australian Special Air Service RegimentOperation SlipperZ Special Unit4th Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment


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