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Question 1: In 1998, Armour became the first African American female to serve as a police officer in ________ before joining the U.S.
Scottsdale, ArizonaTempe, ArizonaMesa, ArizonaPhoenix, Arizona

Question 2: In 1996, she took time off from college to become a Nashville ________ (her childhood dream).
ConstableRoyal Canadian Mounted PoliceWater policePolice officer

Question 3: After flight school, Armour was assigned to ________ near San Diego, California for training in the AH-1W SuperCobra.
Marine Corps Base Camp PendletonMarine Corps Recruit Depot San DiegoMarine Corps Air Station MiramarMarine Corps Air Ground Combat Center Twentynine Palms

Question 4: Raised in ________, Armour graduated from Overton High School, where she was a member of the mathematics honor society, the National Honor Society, and class vice-president.
Memphis, TennesseeTipton County, TennesseeShelby County, TennesseeBartlett, Tennessee

Question 5: In 1993, while a student at ________ (MTSU), Armour enlisted in the Army Reserves and later the Army ROTC.
Middle Tennessee State UniversityWestern Kentucky UniversityFlorida International UniversityTennessee Technological University

Question 6: Vernice Armour was born 1973 in ________ to Gaston C.
Elmhurst, IllinoisChicagoBlue Island, IllinoisBurr Ridge, Illinois

Question 7: In March 2003, she flew with HMLA-169 during the ________ becoming America's first African-American female combat pilot.
Iraqi insurgencyPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–present2003 invasion of IraqRefugees of Iraq

Question 8: Vernice Armour (born 1973) is a former Captain in the United States Marine Corps who was the first ________ female naval aviator in the Marine Corps and America's first African American female combat pilot in the United States military.
African AmericanAfrican American cultureAfrican-American Civil Rights Movement (1955–1968)Great Migration (African American)

Question 9: [1] She flew the AH-1W SuperCobra attack helicopter in the ________ and eventually served two tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
2003 invasion of IraqRefugees of IraqPost-invasion Iraq, 2003–presentIraqi insurgency


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