How Well Do You Know Army Slang?

Army slang doesn't always come easy to civilians. Do you think you can pass this quiz filled with army slang? Let's find out!
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What is an "army brat?"
The child of a soldier
A spoiled officer
A dishonest infantryman

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What does PT stand for?
Pilot trainee
Personal time off
Physical training

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What is an MRE?
Meals, ready to eat
Makeshift Regiment Energy
Manage Resource Estimate

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What is a "bird?"
A helicopter
A drone
A spy

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What is the slang term "gun" used to describe?
A military issued rifle
A mortar or artillery piece
A military issued pistol

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What is an "IED?"
An improvised explosive device
An armored vehicle
Intelligence Exercise Deployment

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What does the slang term "kinetic" stand for?
A high energy recruit
An unruly situation
Violent

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What is the slang term "oxygen thief" used to describe?
The enemy
A useless soldier
A hospital corpsman

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What is known as "pink mist?"
A chemical attack
Flavored drinks
The distinct effect of certain gunshot wounds

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What does the slang term "fast mover" describe?
A jet fighter
A sniper
A helicopter drop

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What does the slang term "football bat" mean?
A person who does things in a particularly weird way
Slang for people who work at the Pentagon
A naval punishment tactic

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"The hawk" is a term for what kind of weather?
Warm weather
Hot weather
Cold weather

C+, Army Slang Slow

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Based on the results of this quiz, army slang certainly isn’t your strong point. While you may know a few of the basic army slang terms. You’re far from an expert just yet. Fret not, at least you learned something new along the way. There’s no failure in that.

B+, Army Slang Savvy

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are army slang savvy? Were you raised as an army brat? No? Well perhaps you’re a military buff? Whatever the reason for your epic slang knowledge, it’s serving you well in life!

A+, Army Slang Serious

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true military buff with a love of army slang and lingo. You’ve spent a good deal of time studying how men and women in the army interact and communicate on a daily basis. In this case, your passion has served you quite well!
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1
What is an "army brat?"
The child of a soldier
A spoiled officer
A dishonest infantryman
2
What does PT stand for?
Pilot trainee
Personal time off
Physical training
3
What is an MRE?
Meals, ready to eat
Makeshift Regiment Energy
Manage Resource Estimate
4
What is a "bird?"
A helicopter
A drone
A spy
5
What is the slang term "gun" used to describe?
A military issued rifle
A mortar or artillery piece
A military issued pistol
6
What is an "IED?"
An improvised explosive device
An armored vehicle
Intelligence Exercise Deployment
7
What does the slang term "kinetic" stand for?
A high energy recruit
An unruly situation
Violent
8
What is the slang term "oxygen thief" used to describe?
The enemy
A useless soldier
A hospital corpsman
9
What is known as "pink mist?"
A chemical attack
Flavored drinks
The distinct effect of certain gunshot wounds
10
What does the slang term "fast mover" describe?
A jet fighter
A sniper
A helicopter drop
11
What does the slang term "football bat" mean?
A person who does things in a particularly weird way
Slang for people who work at the Pentagon
A naval punishment tactic
12
"The hawk" is a term for what kind of weather?
Warm weather
Hot weather
Cold weather

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