How well do you know your Nation's Army?

1) How many of the 44 presidents served in the Army?

(Source: Department of Veterans Affairs: Military Roots)

2) What light utility vehicle replaced the Army Jeep?

(Source: Army.mil: Fact Files)

3) During what war was the highest military award for a Soldier, the first Army Medal of Honor, awarded?

(Source: Army.mil: The Medal of Honor)

4) How many years did the Civil War last?

(Source: Civil War Trust)

5) Who was the last U.S. Army five-star general?

(Source: U.S. Army Center of Military History)

6) When was the Women’s Army Corps allowed to serve in the regular Army?

(Source: Army.mil: Women in the U.S. Army)

7) True or False. The Army term “HOOAH!” means anything except yes.

“HOOAH!” means anything except NO. (Source: Defense.gov: Can I Hear a ‘Hooah?’)

8) Do you have to be a U.S. citizen to join the Army?
9) Which unit of the United States Army is commanded by a lieutenant colonel?

(Source: Army.mil: FAQs)

10) What military award, designated as the Badge of Military Merit, was established by George Washington—then the commander-in-chief of the Continental Army on August 7, 1782?

(Source: U.S. Army Center of Military History)

11) "Doughboy" refers to Soldiers who served in which Army campaigns?

(Source: Army.mil: "Doughboys' Remember")

12) When did the U.S. Army (U.S. Military Academy at West Point) versus U.S. Navy (U.S. Naval Academy) football rivalry begin?

The rivalry began in 1890 when United States Military Academy (or West Point) Cadet Dennis Mahan Michie accepted a “challenge” from the U.S. Naval Academy. For more information: ArmyLive: “America’s Game” – 2011 Army/Navy Game Trivia