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  War jargon
Updated 03 April 2003, 12.40
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What is a word for a person wounded or killed in the war?
  A: Soldier
  B: Casualty
  C: Protester
What type of fire means an accidental attack on someone who is fighting on the same side?
  A: Friendly
  B: Unfriendly
  C: Mistaken
What type of missile is a short range ballistic or flying - missile?
  A: Bomb
  B: Scud
  C: Bullet
Why are bullets called Tracers special?
  A: They don't kill
  B: They go round corners
  C: They glow
What does RPG stands for?
  A: Rocket Propelled Grenade
  B: Royal Planes in the Gulf
  C: Random Pounding Gunfire
Coalition forces are armed forces from where?
  A: Different countries fighting on the same side
  B: . Different countries fighting against each other
  C: The same country


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