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Question 1: John A. Bennett, on April 13, 1961, for the ________ and attempted murder of an 11-year-old Austrian girl.
RapeSexual assaultProstitutionSexual abuse

Question 2: William Calley - In connection with ________ [17]
Vietnam WarHugh Thompson, Jr.My Lai MassacreColin Powell

Question 3: Bennett's execution took place four years after it was approved by President ________.
Gerald FordRichard NixonRonald ReaganDwight D. Eisenhower

Question 4: Only enlisted prisoners with sentences over five years, ________, and prisoners convicted of offenses related to national security are confined to the USDB.
Warrant OfficerOfficer (armed forces)Military rankOfficer Cadet

Question 5: Neufeld was a World War I era ________ conscientious objector sentenced to 15 years hard labor in the Disciplinary Barracks.
AnabaptistMennoniteUnited StatesRussian Mennonite

Question 6: There were 300 graves dating from between approximately 1894 and 1957, 56 of which are unmarked and 14 more that belong to German ________ executed for the murder of fellow POWs.
Prisoner of warSlaveryExileHuman rights

Question 7: In 2009, the Barracks along with the Standish Maximum Correctional Facility in Michigan are being considered for relocation of 220 prisoners from the ________.
Guantanamo Bay detention campAbu Ghraib torture and prisoner abuseEnhanced interrogation techniquesUnlawful combatant

Question 8: The USDB is the U.S. military's only maximum-security facility and houses male service members convicted at court-martial for violations of the ________.
United States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesUniform Code of Military JusticeJudge Advocate General's Corps

Question 9: All executions at the USDB thus far have been by ________, but lethal injection has been specified as the military's current mode of execution.
Capital punishmentCapital punishment in the United StatesHangingCapital punishment in the United Kingdom

Question 10: Since 1945, there have been 21 executions at the USDB, including fourteen German prisoners of war executed in 1945 for ________.

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