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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 happens to most of the Russian fleet on the sixteenth day?
(a) Head back to Russia
(b) Surrounded by the American fleet
(c) Stay where they are
(d) Head to the East Coast of North America
2. Weapons on both sides can best be described as what on the tenth day?
(b) Prepared for attack
(d) On standby
3. How are the Russians convinced that the Red October is destroyed?
(a) Russian military official goes to see wreckage of Ethan Allen
(b) The government releases a news statement
(c) Photos are sent to Moscow
(d) Sailors that were rescued attest to the destruction of the ship
4. Which of the following words best describes the situation on the tenth day?
5. Which of the following equipment can be used to track vessels and planes in the ocean?
(c) Both of the above answers
(d) Neither of the above answers
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following best describes how the remainder of the trip to the port went?
2. Who are sent to inspect the Red October?
3. What does the Pentagon think the Soviet Navy is planning in regards to the Red October?
4. How does Ramius plan to get his crew off of the ship?
5. Who kills the spy?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the radiation scare on the Red October allow the officers to do?
2. Describe what the Americans find as they explore the Red October.
3. What is the purpose of the Ethan Allen in the plan?
4. What about the injured Russian, who is identified simply as a cook is suspenseful?
5. What leads to the arrest of a congressional aide in Washington?
6. Why is the Konovalov ordered to stay behind?
7. Why do the officers on board the Kirov decide to stop all aggressive maneuvers?
8. What happens when the Red October slams into the Konovalov?
9. How do the Americans plan to use Henderson?
10. Describe Jack Ryan and what he feels is most important.
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