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Robert Baer
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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 was Robert assigned to under Clarridge?
(a) Create a new anti-terrorist unit.
(b) Finding Lebanese hostages.
(c) Find where Osama Bin Laden was hidding.
(d) Train new CIA agents.

2. When was Robert Baer summoned?
(a) March 15, 1995.
(b) March 15, 1996.
(c) March 15, 1993.
(d) March 15, 1994.

3. What did Robert Baer know in contrast to what Rob Davis told him?
(a) That the career of an agent under suspicion was over.
(b) That it was an exit interview.
(c) That he was not in trouble.
(d) That the NSA was behind the interview.

4. What did Robert learn to do without blowing his hands off?
(a) Fired a rocket.
(b) Defused bombs.
(c) Fired from a car.
(d) Blast cap crimping.

5. Where did Robert have his demolition training?
(a) In North Carolina.
(b) In Wyoning.
(c) In North Dakota.
(d) In Virginia.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the India CIA chief's reputation according to Robert?

2. How did Robert get close to Indian Military officers?

3. Who summoned Robert Baer?

4. Where was Robert living when he applied to the CIA?

5. What was Milt Bearden the chief of?

Short Essay Questions

1. What did the Syrian Brotherhood want, and what was an unforgivable error according to Robert?

2. What did the CIA prefer to do to keep everything a secret?

3. What was the CIA's focus in India?

4. Why didn't Baer bring in his own attorney?

5. What did Robert discover about his direct assignment?

6. Where did the majority of the CIA training take place?

7. Why was Robert in Tunis?

8. Who was Major Singh?

9. What did new case officers need to agree to?

10. Why was Lebanon a huge problem in the Middle East?

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