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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are Edwards and his men told to do if they find themselves in danger?
(a) "Peace out."
(b) "Surrender immediately."
(c) "Bug out."
(d) "Retreat and evade."
2. What is notable about the "terrorist's" statement that angers Toland's superiors?
(a) The man's story is full of holes and contradictions.
(b) The man is too emotional about his story.
(c) The terrorist's story is too perfect.
(d) There are no hard facts available about the attack or the terrorist.
3. When Toland is recalled to duty and is preparing to leave his home, he hears a news report about something that occurs at the Kremlin. What was it?
(a) An important government official is kidnapped.
(b) There was an explosion at the Kremlin.
(c) Another oil refinery is attacked.
(d) There was a riot over the lack of oil.
4. What two areas do the Russians plan to attack during Red Storm?
(a) Cambodia and South Korea.
(b) England and Ireland.
(c) Afghanistan and Jordan.
(d) West Germany and the Low Countries.
5. The Commander of the USS Pharris receives orders about how to deal with ships he encounters. What are those orders?
(a) He is to engage any East Bloc warship or merchant ship.
(b) He is to evade any Soviet ships he encounters.
(c) He is to follow any enemy ships he finds, but is not to attack them.
(d) He is to call for reinforcements any time he encounters enemy ships.
6. What happens to the military personnel in the Keflavik air base?
(a) They are set free and told to warn the military that Russia is taking over.
(b) They are forced to fight for the Russians.
(c) They are forced to act as the Russians' servants.
(d) They are either killed or taken hostage.
7. During the attack on the Nizhnevartovsk oil refinery, Tolkaze stops for a moment to read something. What was it?
(a) A map of the refinery.
(b) Part of his father's Koran.
(c) A prayer for the people he killed.
(d) Instructions on how to loosen the refinery's valves.
8. What is the supposed occupation of the "terrorist"?
(a) A military specialist.
(b) A bomb manufacturer.
(c) A spy.
(d) A demolition worker.
9. After Edwards loses his confidence in himself, he defers all decisions to what man?
(a) Navy Captain Booth.
(b) Commander Evans.
(c) Marine Sergeant Smith.
(d) Marine Corporal Davis.
10. Why is this mission to take out the bridges so important in the war against the Soviets?
(a) If it is successful, the Germans can not move into Russia.
(b) If the mission fails, the Russians can take more oil.
(c) If it is successful, Soviet reinforcements can not arrive.
(d) If the mission fails, the Germans will be trapped by the Soviets.
11. What political body does the Politburo suggest should be eliminated?
(a) The Russian Council.
(b) The United Nations.
(d) The European Union.
12. What does Sergetov note about the Politburo's decision to go to war for oil?
(a) That the Russian people want to go to war to make their country richer.
(b) That oil is more important than the lives of Russian citizens.
(c) That the Politburo wants to go to war because they hate other countries.
(d) That it's safer to send Russians to war than to let them live cold and hungry.
13. Why is the Russian Foreign Minister's speech so significant?
(a) He's trying to gain favor with other countries by asking for their help.
(b) He's trying to divert attention from Russia's upcoming offensive.
(c) He's trying to draw attention away from Russia's weakened state.
(d) He's trying to intimidate other countries with boasts about Russia's well-being.
14. A Russian military official analyzes the readiness of the Russian military. What is that man's name?
(a) Ibrahim Tolkaze.
(b) Commander Daniel X. McCafferty.
(c) Major Chapeyev.
(d) Pavel Alekeseyev.
15. Before the attack on the Keflavik air base, a Russian ship is secretly carrying Russian infantrymen. What is the name of that ship?
(a) The Delfin.
(b) The Julius Fucik.
(c) The Plavnik.
(d) The USS Pharris.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the full name of the author of the article about the importance of the Russian oil fields?
2. What boat is Toland on when the Russians attack?
3. Toland reveals what he knows to a high-ranking military official. What is that man's full name?
4. What kind of vessel does the USS Pharris sink?
5. What is Toland's first order of business once he reaches safety?
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