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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How was the yearly training exercise of 1963 named?
(a) SWIFT RETALIATION III
(b) SWIFT STRIKE III
(c) SWIFT STRIKE IV
(d) LONG STRIKE III
2. What was becoming known about the NVA?
(a) They were operating out of Cambodia.
(b) They had better weapons.
(c) They used Mig planes.
(d) They were supported by China.
3. Where did Hackworth complete his Bachelor's degree?
(a) Austin Community College.
(b) St. Vincent College.
(c) West Point.
(d) Austin Pevy College.
4. What unit did Hackworth take command of in 1966?
(a) The 7/237.
(b) The 1/27.
(c) The 2/198.
(d) The 1/237.
5. What did Hackworth want to do after his first tour of duty in Vietnam ended in Chapter 16?
(a) Teach at the Infantry School in Fort Benning.
(b) Transfer to Florida.
(c) Return to Vietnam.
Short Answer Questions
1. What company was pinned down by the NVA in Chapter 15?
2. Where was the special force camp Hackworth's new unit was supposed to relieve located at?
3. When did Hackworth arrive in Vietnam?
4. Where did Hackworth spend time before going to Pleiko according to Chapter 20?
5. What did Hackworth and Slam plan for May of 1968?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the men under Hackworth's command do at first?
2. What job did Hackworth want at the beginning of Chapter 16 and what was his assignment?
3. How did Hackworth plan accurately when he was given the command of the 1/327?
4. What did Hackworth believe prevented necessary changes in training policy?
5. What did Hackworth feel the United States was doing?
6. What is Chapter 22 a transcript of?
7. When Hackworth reported to Fort Lewis in Chapter 18, what did he find?
8. What was Hackworth allowed after he recovered?
9. What does Hackworth say about himself and the year 1966 according to Chapter 15?
10. What irritated Hackworth about the new equipment?
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