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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How tall was Chatterton?
(a) 5 ft. 11 in.
(b) 5 ft. 8 in.
(c) 6 ft. 1 in.
(d) 6 ft. 2 in.
2. How many people died when the "Andrea Doria" collided with the "Stockholm"?
3. How old was Kohler when his father took him diving?
4. Where did Chatterton's father move after he and Patricia divorced?
5. Between 1939 and 1945, how many U-boats did the Germans have?
(d) 1, 245.
6. How many packs of cigarettes did Chatterton's father smoke a day?
7. Where was Chatterton reassigned after his stint in Vietnam?
(a) Fort Dix.
(b) Fort Monmouth.
(c) Fort Hamilton.
(d) Fort Drum.
8. When did the divers head for the sub a third time?
(a) October 15.
(b) September 18.
(c) October 3.
(d) September 29.
9. How warm would the temperature have gotten on a U-boat in the diesel room?
(a) 120 degrees.
(b) 85 degrees.
(c) Around 90 degrees.
(d) Over 100 degrees.
10. What dark wreck had Skibinski and Feldman dived previously?
(a) USS San Diego.
(c) RC Mohawk.
(d) Texas Tower.
11. When did Nagle and Chatterton decide to come back to the wreck of the submarine?
(a) October 4.
(b) September 21.
(c) October 14.
(d) September 18.
12. What television network sent a crew to interview Chatteron and Nagle?
13. How old was Nagle when he became a legend in shipwreck diving?
14. When did the "Andrea Doria" wreck?
15. When was Kohler's first child born?
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the name of the charter captain who would pass around a bucketful of broken dishes and broken silverware and tell customers that a someone died for that stuff?
2. What was imprinted on a cologne bottle that Kohler found?
3. How old was Richie Kohler when his parents moved to Marine Park in Brooklyn?
4. How large was the depth charge that a Civil Air Patrol pilot dropped on a U-boat?
5. At sea level, what percent of oxygen would a person breathe?
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