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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 long did Hackworth stay in the U.S. after returning from Vietnam?
(a) 12 months.
(b) 22 months.
(c) 9 months.
(d) 2 months.
2. What 1969 battle did Hackworth's men participate in?
(a) The WyDong Offensive.
(b) The Tet Offensive.
(c) The Thanksgiving offensive.
(d) Operation Hammer.
3. Where was Fire Base Dickey located?
(a) Southern Wang Province.
(b) Northern Yi Province.
(c) Western Dinh Province.
(d) East of the Yang river.
4. Where was Hackworth assigned after his tour in Vietnam?
(b) Berlin NATO headquarters.
(c) The Pentagon Office of Personnel.
(d) Saigon General Command.
5. What was the first thing Hackworth learned in Vietnam?
(a) That the Viet Cong is not in the cities.
(b) That he should always have a change of socks.
(c) There was no safe zone.
(d) The language.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did the Tet offensive take place?
2. What did Hackworth do with the Tigers and B company?
3. What resulted in Hackworth's work with the Rangers?
4. How was the yearly training exercise of 1963 named?
5. What was the training in school geared toward to in 1967?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did the men under Hackworth's command do at first?
2. Why was Hackworth hospitalized during the Battle of La Drang Valley?
3. How did Colonel Hanh act according to Chapter 21?
4. What happened as Joel was born?
5. What was the first thing Hackworth learned about Vietnam?
6. When Hackworth reported to Fort Lewis in Chapter 18, what did he find?
7. What did Hackworth say about working at the Pentagon according to Chapter 17?
8. Who was visiting Los Angeles, according to Chapter 13, and what happened during the visit?
9. What two events marked the needed tactical and psychological victory in Vietnam?
10. How did Hackworth plan accurately when he was given the command of the 1/327?
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