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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapters 21 through 26.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the supposed occupation of the "terrorist"?
(a) A military specialist.
(b) A bomb manufacturer.
(c) A demolition worker.
(d) A spy.
2. The Russian ship is repainted to look like a merchant ship, but they are not in normal shipping lanes. What does the crew do when the U.S. Navy questions them about this?
(a) They say they fear escalating hostilities, and ask the Navy to help them in the event of an attack.
(b) They say that they fear the heightened government tensions, and say that they are fleeing the country.
(c) They insist that they were off-course, and thank the Navy for bringing it to their attention.
(d) They pretend they do not speak English and go on their way.
3. The eulogy given at the Russian victims' funeral calls for what action?
(a) Retaliation against the alleged terrorist's country.
(b) Forgiveness and reconciliation with Russia's enemies.
(c) Increased diplomacy to solve Russia's problems.
(d) Political demonstrations to protest Russian oil shortages.
4. What element of the Russian offensive does Pavel Alekeseyev say is crucial to its success?
(b) Extensive military action.
(d) Shock and awe.
5. While the American military waits to confirm a plan to down Soviet satellites, something happens that sets back the operation. What happens?
(a) The American government decides to scrap the operation.
(b) The Soviets attack American forces.
(c) The American satellites go down.
(d) The Soviets launch missiles at American warships.
Short Answer Questions
1. What happened to Edwards's girlfriend?
2. Where is the air base in Iceland?
3. What happens to the military personnel in the Keflavik air base?
4. What does the AP Moscow Correspondent say extinguished the fire?
5. What happens to the farmhouse after Edwards and his men dispose of the Russian bodies?
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