The Civil War and its Aftermath:
What did the Union naval blockade of the Confederacy accomplish?.
It captured transport vessels, creating acute supply shortages.
Which of the following best characterizes the Navy between 1866 and 1880?
Decreasing in size
Defending the New Nation:
Who was the last active Continental Navy officer and the first U.S. Navy
Why were the border lakes between the U.S. and Canada of strategic importance
during the War of 1812?
The Americans planned
Global War on Terrorism:
Select True or False: The destruction of terrorist cells following 9/11 was
primarily confined to the Middle-East
Al Qaeda had established a training complex in _, from
which it supported terrorist activities worldwide.
Military Uniforms, Customs, and Courtesies:
What should you do when the national anthem of a friendly foreign country is
What Army rank is associated with the E-6 pay grade?
What does Title 10, U.S. Code mandate with respect
One of the most significant changes in the Navy in the mid-1990s was a
transition from a blue water navy to a navy that would _.
project power ashore in the littoral regions of the world
The UN-sponsored intervention in Somalia in the
The Cold War:
What was the first major armed conflict of the Cold War?
Greater than 95% of supplies and logistical support for troops in Vietnam came
from this organization:
Military Sealift Command (MSC)
Which fleet improvements were introduce
Between the War of 1812 and the Civil War, the Navy had a variety of missions.
These included _.
All of these answers are correct
In the years before the Civil War, U.S. Squadrons established a regular presence
the Mediterranean, off Africa and Sout
WWII in the Pacific:
On what Japanese island did U.S. Marines raise Old Glory in February 1945?
Which battle marked the turning point of the Pacific campaign and was
considered the most decisive naval battle of WW II?
Select True or False:
WWII in the Atlantic and European Waters:
Select True or False: To man its tens of thousands of naval vessels, aircraft,
and shore bases, the Navy enlisted over 3 million Sailors.
The breakdown of pre-war barriers to the enlistment of African America
Which distinguished Civil War officer commanded the North Atlantic Blockading
Squadron and led naval forces in the 1864 and 1865 assaults against Fort
Fisher, North Carolina?
David D. Porter
What did Union control of the Mississippi River accomplish?
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Paper 1: Jeffersonians and Hamiltonians in the Nineteenth Century.
In his book, Special Providence, Walter Russel Mead eloquently stated that Both
Jeffersonians and Hamiltonians agree that the United States is
During the early 1800s the newly formed United States of America faced challenging
naval problems in the Mediterranean Sea, Atlantic and Caribbean. The U.S. Navy needed daring
and skillful leaders to fix these problems. Commodore Stephen Decatur Jr. prove
Dylon Grayson, MIDN USN
Mark Mitchell, Maj. USMC
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Across the Rappahannock
The Union Army had a chance to quell the Confederate rebellion around the
middle of 1862. The attempt to do so failed miserably and with a heavy Uni
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After the Tehran conference, the US and Britain decided that only an invasion of France would bring Hitler to his knees. They decided on early June 1944 as the time frame for Operation Overlord. GEN Eisenhower commanded NW forc
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Washington Naval Conference
Five-Power Naval Limitation Treaty
February 6, 1922
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Michael Slagh Research Paper Outline
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