United States Army: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  





































































































Question 1:
What type is thing is United States Army?

Question 2:
What is the command structure of the United States Army?
Army Eastern Command
XVI. Army Corps
Department of DefenseDepartment of the Army
2nd Division, Cavalry Corps, Army of the Potomac

Question 3: On ________ and in the subsequent liberation of Europe and defeat of Nazi Germany, millions of U.S.
Normandy LandingsOperation PerchOperation OverlordBattle for Caen

Question 4: The modern Army has its roots in the Continental Army which was formed on 14 June 1775,[1] before the establishment of the United States, to meet the demands of the ________.
American Civil WarAmerican Revolutionary WarSaratoga campaignNew York and New Jersey campaign

Question 5:
Who was a commander in the United States Army?
Charles Ellet, Jr.
USS Gonzales: Robert Daniel Randall Jr.
Colonel Benjamin F. Cheatham, Jr.
GEN George W. Casey, Jr.

Question 6: What does the following picture show?

  HMMWV
  An infantry patrol moves up to assault the last Viet Cong position at Dak To, South Vietnam after an attempted overrun of the artillery position by the Viet Cong during Operation Hawthorne
  A M16, an AR-10 and a semi-automatic AR-15 "Sporter" along with other Vietnam War era rifles.
  organization chart[18]

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment soldiers on patrol in Iraq.
  A M16, an AR-10 and a semi-automatic AR-15 "Sporter" along with other Vietnam War era rifles.
  Two soldiers wearing the ACU, as well as ACU-patterned patrol cap (left) and boonie hat (right).
  1st Cavalry Division Fort Hood, TX at the 2007 Rose Parade

Question 8:
What was the size of the United States Army?
1.115.000 reserve
528,000 reserve
1,090,000+ total for active and reserves
1,800,000 reserve

Question 9: and NATO ________ (i.e.
Aerial warfareInfantryMilitary historyCombined arms

Question 10: The ________ of 1986 created Unified Combatant Commands bringing the Army together with the other four military under unified, geographically organized command structures.
Goldwater–Nichols ActUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States ArmyUnited States Air Force
















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