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United States Marine Corps

written by: dblixt
 
A short quiz about this versatile combat element, adapted to a wide variety of combat operations.

Question 1:


The United States Marine Corps motto, "Semper Fidelis" means what in Latin?
Always Together
Always Faithful
Always and Forever
Always Precise

Question 2:

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The United States Marine officer shown on the image was the most decorated Marine in history.
Dan Rather
Ollie North
Lewis Burwell Puller
Daniel J. Daly


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Question 3:


What famous U.S. Army general said: "If it weren't for these crazy, foolhardy, vulgar, wild, gutsy, braggarts who joined the Marine Corps, we would not have a country, a free country. A free country that allows others to call us names. We have protected this country and died for you"?
Bradley
Eisenhower
Chesty Puller
George Patton

Question 4:


He was the longest-serving Commandant of the Marine Corps, often referred to as the "grand old man of the Marine Corps."
Archibald Henderson
John Archer Lejeune
Pappy Boyington
Charles Whitman

Question 5:

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A United States Marine Corps patch with one stripe up and cross rifles beneath it, represents what rank?
Corporal
Lance Corporal
Sergeant
Buck Sergeant


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Question 6:

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Ronald Lee Ermey, a former U.S. Marine Corps drill instructor, who later became an actor, rose to the rank of Gunnery Sergeant and was medically retired for injuries received.
True
False


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