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100

The highest attainable rank in the U.S. Army.

Five-Star General

100

"The costliest and deadliest" war fought on American soil.

The Civil War

100

The cadence adapted in the film "Remember the Titans".

Everywhere We Go

100

The 2001 series released by HBO that dramatized the history of the Easy Company.

Band of Brothers

100

This comedy-drama's title character was deployed to Vietnam with his friend Bubba.

Forrest Gump

200

The metal that indicates seniority.

Silver

200

The number of times that the U.S. declared war across five military conflicts.

Eleven

200

The Andrews Sisters sing about a jazz musician who was drafted during World War II in this song.

Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy of Company B

200

The television series that focuses on a military unit modeled after the Delta Force.

The Unit

200

This 1941 film details the life of a highly decorated soldier from World War 1.  Gary Cooper starred in the main role.

Sergeant York

300

The single star on the uniform indicates this rank.

Brigadier General

300

The Treaty of Ghent ended this war.

War of 1812

300

The song by Trace Adkins that focuses on the Army and its role in protecting the country.

Still a Soldier

300

Colonel Sherman Potter replaced Lt. Colonel Henry Blake as commanding officer in this show.

M*A*S*H

300

This film inspired the hit television series that followed the lives of medical unit personnel during the Korean War.

M*A*S*H

400

The typical entry level rank for commissioned officers.

Lieutenant

400

General Peyton C. March was the last Chief of Staff during this great war.

World War I

400

This song's first chorus starts with "First to fight for the right."

The Army Goes Rolling Along (The Army Song)

400

The sitcom that followed recruits' attempts to keep fictional Fort Bendix open.

The Army Show

400

This biographical film depicts the experiences of a World War II combat medic and the first conscientious objector to be awarded the Medal of Honor.

Hacksaw Ridge

500

The type of leaf, point up, used by both Majors and Lieutenant Colonels to depict their ranks - gold and silver respectively.

Oak

500

The war during which General Marshall was a member of the Combined Chiefs of Staff.

World War II

500

The title song of Irving Berlin's wartime stage musical.

This is the Army, Mr. Jones

500

The animated 1980s spinoff that depicts the comedic antics of these titular characters as privates in the U.S. Army.

Laverne & Shirley

500

This 2017 film follows two soldiers' experiences in the Iraq War and one's life after.

The Yellow Birds

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