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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. What term means to surrender unconditionally or on stipulated terms?
(a) Give-up.
(b) Suicide.
(c) Capitulate.
(d) Wave the flag.

2. In Chapter Six, "Move Out!: Carentan: July 7-July 12, 1944," Easy Company moved to reserve status and was tasked with what?
(a) Defending regimental headquarters.
(b) Invading Normandy.
(c) Rebuilding a church.
(d) Protecting the Queen.

3. Who ran down the road and six men followed, but the remainder stayed in the ditch during the attack on Carentan?
(a) Lieutenant Thomas A. Peacock.
(b) Lieutenant JB Stokes.
(c) Lieutenant Sterling W. Horner.
(d) Lieutenant Welsh.

4. What did Lieutenant Winters and ten other men receive at the end of Chapter Six, "Move Out!: Carentan: July 7-July 12, 1944"?
(a) The Gold Star.
(b) The Silver Star.
(c) The Distinguished Service Cross citation.
(d) The Medal of Honor.

5. What was the name of the risky and vital operation Easy Company was assigned to in Chapter Seven, "Healing Wounds and Scrubbed Missions: Aldbourne: July 13-September 16, 1944"?
(a) Shopkeep-Ladder.
(b) Church-Fisherman.
(c) Goat-Cart.
(d) Market-Garden.

Short Answer Questions

1. Where did the ship with Easy Company arrive in September, 1943?

2. How many divisions were set to do a daytime drop in the risky operation Easy Company was assigned to in Chapter Seven, "Healing Wounds and Scrubbed Missions: Aldbourne: July 13-September 16, 1944"?

3. Who spied the vast number of ships and boats in the invading fleet and became awestruck in Chapter Four, "Look Out Hitler! Here We Come!: Slapton Sands, Upottery: April 1-June 5, 1944"?

4. In Chapter Six, "Move Out!: Carentan: July 7-July 12, 1944," Easy Company had a brief reprieve from fighting with a full night of rest before being sent to defend Carentan from what direction?

5. The Island in Chapter Nine, "The Island: Holland: September 17-October 1, 1944" was surrounded by what?

Short Essay Questions

1. How did Winters deal with the conflict with Sobel in Chapter Three, "Duties of the Latrine Orderly: Aldbourne: September 1943-March 1944"?

2. How did the men fight back against Sobel in Chapter Two, "Stand Up and Hook Up: Benning, Mackall, Bragg, Shanks: December 1942-September 1943"?

3. What was the objective in Operation Market-Garden? How did the mission begin?

4. What theme is prominent in Chapter Five, "Follow Me: Normandy, June 6, 1944"? How is this exemplified in the men of Easy Company?

5. How is Easy Company described in Chapter One, "We Wanted Those Wings: Camp Toccoa: July-December 1942"? Where did they undergo training?

6. What took place during the actual drop of Easy Company in Chapter Three, "Duties of the Latrine Orderly: Aldbourne: September 1943-March 1944"? Whose plane was hit?

7. Where did Easy Company undergo parachute training? What was training like?

8. Why were the scheduled parachute drops in Chapter Seven, "Healing Wounds and Scrubbed Missions: Aldbourne: July 13-September 16, 1944" canceled?

9. How did the battle at Carentan affect Easy Company's morale?

10. Where did the men of Easy Company return in Chapter Seven, "Healing Wounds and Scrubbed Missions: Aldbourne: July 13-September 16, 1944"? What were they greeted with there?

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