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Title: Quiz

Voice: Here are a few questions to test your knowledge of the previous lesson material. These questions are for your self-assessment only and are not recorded. Read each choice carefully, then click on the link to check your answers. At the end of each question is a link to the relevant lesson page for that question. To get back to this quiz page, use your browser back feature (ALT + Left Arrow in IBM's Home Page Reader). The next and back buttons on each page will only take you sequentially through the lesson pages.



Question 1: World War II served as a proving ground for ACTS doctrinal principles regarding the employment of airpower. Which of the following statements BEST describes factors which affected adherence to doctrinal principles in the years immediately following WWII?

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Relevant lesson page: Cold War Doctrine



Question 2: During the Vietnam War, a number of political factors caused the Air Force to deviate from its established and proven doctrine. Choose the statement below which BEST summarizes the political factors which caused those excursions.

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Relevant lesson page: Rolling Thunder—Objectives



Question 3: In the post-Vietnam War period, numerous influences, both internal and external to the Air Force, affected the service’s ability to properly apply airpower across the spectrum of conflict. Which of the following best represents one of those influences in this time period?

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Relevant lesson page: AirLand Battle


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