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Can You Actually Ace This US Navy Test?

Think you know the US Navy better than most? Take these 12 quiz questions and discover how well you really know the United States Navy. The results might surprise you!
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What year was the navy established?
1801
1775
1903

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About how many Navy personnel are on active duty?
190,000
330,000
500,000

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Who was the earliest proponent of a navy during the American Revolution?
Benjamin Franklin
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington

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What percentage of Navy service members are female?
5%
20%
10%

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What do all U.S. submariners have in common?
They all have bachelor's degrees.
They can all see in low light.
They're all volunteers.

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What was the name of the first armed ship of the American Revolution?
Mary
Hannah
Clara

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Which of these U.S. Presidents did NOT serve in the U.S. Navy?
Harry S. Truman
Richard Nixon
John F. Kennedy

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The Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program, more popularly known as "Top Gun" or TOPGUN, was created during which conflict?
Cuban Missile Crisis
Vietnam
Korean War

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About how much does it cost to build a modern aircraft carrier?
$5 billion
$12 billion
$22 billion

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The U.S. Congress bestowed the title "Admiral of the Navy" upon just one person. Who was it?
Walter Boone
George Dewey
Ernest King

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In 1781, how many ships were in the Continental Navy?
Two
Five
Ten

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The special forces unit of the Navy is called what?
Seals
Green Berets
Delta Force

C+, Navy Novice

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Unfortunately, you're still a bit of a Navy novice! You know the basic when it comes to the US Navy, but you still have a lot to learn before you can consider yourself a true Navy expert. Better luck next time!

B+, Navy Knowledge

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You've got some serious Navy knowledge! It's obvious that this branch truly holds a special place in your heart. Whether you served in the Navy or know someone who did, few people know this branch of the military quite like you do!

A+, Navy Admiral

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You're practically a Navy admiral! You know the history and inner workings of the Navy as only a true patriot can. From the historical beginnings of the Continental Navy to the role many of these men and women play in the modern day, you're a true Navy expert.
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1
What year was the navy established?
1801
1775
1903
2
About how many Navy personnel are on active duty?
190,000
330,000
500,000
3
Who was the earliest proponent of a navy during the American Revolution?
Benjamin Franklin
Thomas Jefferson
George Washington
4
What percentage of Navy service members are female?
5%
20%
10%
5
What do all U.S. submariners have in common?
They all have bachelor's degrees.
They can all see in low light.
They're all volunteers.
6
What was the name of the first armed ship of the American Revolution?
Mary
Hannah
Clara
7
Which of these U.S. Presidents did NOT serve in the U.S. Navy?
Harry S. Truman
Richard Nixon
John F. Kennedy
8
The Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor program, more popularly known as "Top Gun" or TOPGUN, was created during which conflict?
Cuban Missile Crisis
Vietnam
Korean War
9
About how much does it cost to build a modern aircraft carrier?
$5 billion
$12 billion
$22 billion
10
The U.S. Congress bestowed the title "Admiral of the Navy" upon just one person. Who was it?
Walter Boone
George Dewey
Ernest King
11
In 1781, how many ships were in the Continental Navy?
Two
Five
Ten
12
The special forces unit of the Navy is called what?
Seals
Green Berets
Delta Force

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