National Anthem
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  • Question 1
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    You and another Cadet won a trip and tickets to watch an international wrestling competition. The American wrestler in the heavyweight class lost a good match to a wrestler from another country. You know they will play that country's national anthem when they raise their flag at the awards ceremony. What should you do?

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    Try to leave the arena before their national anthem is played.

    Stay for their national anthem, but turn your back to their flag, and talk with your friend.

    Set a good example of sportsmanship and respect by standing at attention and facing their flag as it is raised.

    Stay seated unless it is they play "The Star-Spangled Banner."

  • Question 2
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    Define the term "anthems."

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    A refrain or chorus for a well-known song

    Songs of gladness, praise, devotion, or patriotism

    Songs written specifically to record a historical event

    A folk song that captures the culture of a people

  • Question 3
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    Who wrote "The Star Spangled Banner?"

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    Francis Scott Key wrote it in 1814.

    Martha Washington wrote it in 1777.

    George Washington wrote it in 1789.

    Mary Todd Lincoln wrote it in 1861.

  • Question 4
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    In what year did Congress declare "The Star Spangled Banner" the national anthem of the U.S.?

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    In 1820; at the conclusion of the War of 1812

    In 1931; 117 years after it was written

    In 1812; the year it was written

    In 1901; almost a century after it was written

  • Question 5
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    What actions do you take if you are outdoors in uniform and you hear the national anthem?

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    Stand at ease facing the flag or music and render the hand salute from the first note to the last.

    Face the flag, stand at attention, but do not salute from a distance.

    March in quick time toward the flag while saluting from the first note to the last.

    You face the flag or music, stand at attention, and render the hand salute from the first note to the last.

  • Question 6
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    T or F: On a military installation, all drivers must stop when the national anthem is played.

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    True

    False

  • Question 7
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    During an indoor ceremony, Cadets do not salute a flag unless they are under arms. Define the term "under arms."

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    Wearing shoulder boards or a class B uniform shirt.

    Participating in a Color guard.

    Carrying a weapon or equipment pertaining to a weapon.

    Surrounded by others who are carrying sabers.

  • Question 8
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    What is the national march of the U.S.?

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    The 15-inch step

    The 30-inch step

    "Ruffles and Flourishes"

    John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever."

  • Question 9
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    A song already in a culture that becomes so popular that people claim it as a symbol for themselves and their nation is known as ___________.

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    a jingle

    a ballad

    an anthem

    a folksong

  • Question 10
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    Choose the word that best completes the sentence below.

    "The Stars and Stripes Forever" is recognized as the U.S. _________.

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    under arms

    symbol

    anthems

    national march

  • Question 11
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    Choose the word that best completes the sentence below.

    Francis Scott Key, as a prisoner of war, watched the _________ of Baltimore, Maryland during the War of 1812. He wrote "The Star Spangled Banner" the next morning after seeing the American flag still standing.

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    bombardment

    "The Star-Spangled Banner"

    symbol

    under arms

  • Question 12
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    Name the author and title of the national march of the U.S.

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    John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever"

    Frances Scott Keys' "Star Spangled Banner"

    Katherine Lee Bates' "America the Beautiful"

    John Philip Sousa's "Hands Across the Sea"

  • Question 13
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    Which of the following is NOT true about "The Stars and Stripes Forever," our national march?

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    "The Stars and Stripes Forever" receives the same courtesies of respect as "The Star-Spangled Banner" and "To the Colors."

    Just like our national anthem, our national march demonstrates the strength and power of patriotic music in the development of our national spirit.

    John Phillips Sousa wrote "The Stars and Stripes Forever" on the steamer Teutonic, although he didn't put it on paper until he got to New York.

    Like many patriotic songs, "The Stars and Stripes Forever" was an immediate hit. It is recognized as our national march in the United States Code of Federal Regulations.

  • Question 14
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    Define the term "anthems."

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    A refrain or chorus for a well-known song

    Songs of gladness, praise, devotion, or patriotism

    Songs written specifically to record a historical event

    A folksong that captures the culture of a people

  • Question 15
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    What is the national march of the U.S.?

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    The 15-inch step

    The 30-inch step

    "Ruffles and Flourishes"

    John Philip Sousa's "The Stars and Stripes Forever."

  • Question 16
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    Who wrote "The Star Spangled Banner?"

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    Francis Scott Key wrote it in 1814.

    Martha Washington wrote it in 1777.

    George Washington wrote it in 1789.

    Mary Todd Lincoln wrote it in 1861.

  • Question 17
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    What are the responsibilities of a driver who is not in uniform on a military base when the driver hears the national anthem?

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    The driver must step out of the vehicle, face the flag or music, stand at attention, and place the right hand over the heart until the last note is played.

    The driver must remain in the car, face the flag or music, and sit with good posture until the music ends.

    The driver must pull to the side of the road, facing the car to the flag or music, and wait patiently for the music to end.

    The driver has no obligations and may proceed to his or her destination.

  • Question 18
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    T or F: If you are indoors and you hear the national anthem, you face the flag, stand at attention, and salute.

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    TRUE

    FALSE

  • Question 19
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    What fort did the battle take place at?

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    Fort Ticonderoga

    Fort Sumtner

    Fort McHenry

  • Question 20
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    Oh, say! Can you ________________

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    Hear

    See

    Smell

    Feel

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