Top 10 army facts Selected as the most interesting among military related questions in Military quiz The USS Enterprise is a ship with the largest number of nuclear reactors. How many does she have?8. Most American aircraft carriers are powered by two reactors. The only exception was the early-constructed USS Enterprise, having an eight-reactor propulsion design, with each A2W reactor taking the place of one of the conventional boilers in earlier constructions. Enterprise was meant to be the first of a class of six, but construction costs ballooned and the remaining vessels were never laid down. The design was replaced by two-reactor Nimitz class.Created by: globalquiz.orgnuclear power facts » What units are used in the stun grenade specifications, to describe its power?Decibels and candelas. The M84 grenade on the photo emits 170–180 decibels and 6–8 million Candela within a 5-foot (1.5 m) radius. The loud blast causes temporary loss of hearing, and also loss of balance by disturbing the fluid in the ear. The flash makes vision impossible for approximately five seconds.Created by: globalquiz.orgmilitary facts » Which southern EU country holds mandatory military service for men?Greece. There is a long and still continued history of conflicts and tensions between Greece and Turkey. Between 1974-2002, Greece was in the state of general mobilization due to the crisis in Cyprus.Created by: globalquiz.orghistory of Greece facts » Which country took part in the largest naval conflict since World War II? United Kingdom. The Falklands War was the largest naval conflict after 1945. All other major wars after World War II (Korea, Vietnam, Iraq etc.) were fought on land.Created by: Kinga Hnaval warfare facts » What is inside the two interesting towers of this ship?Radars. USS San Antonio, the lead ship of her class of amphibious transport dock, is designed to deliver up to 800 Marines ashore. As the vessel incorporates stealth features, its major antennas are mounted on platforms inside two Advanced Enclosed Mast/Sensor systems rather than on traditional mast yardarms.Created by: Supardi Siswantonavy facts » In which European country over 10% of citizens are active-duty soldiers?In Vatican. Currently Vatican Swiss-Guard has 110 soldiers. Vatican has somewhat less than thousand citizens. Created by: m2ichisculture facts » How long is the fuse in typical fragmentation hand grenades?5 seconds. The effective casualty radius of many grenades match or exceed the distance they could be thrown, necessitating them being thrown from behind cover. Because of that, fragmentation grenades are often classified as a defensive weapon.Created by: globalquiz.orgweapons facts » Where was the 'Crossing the T' tactics used?In naval warfare. When going into battle, armoured battleships of the late 19th to mid 20th century still used a battle line formation in which one vessel followed another. However, moving ahead of the enemy line on a perpendicular course (crossing the T) enabled to use both the forward and rear turrets, while the enemy could user only front turret.Created by: Andray Pingriswarfare facts » Which army formation still use Bermuda shorts?Royal Navy. Bermuda shorts originated with the British Army for wear in tropical and desert climates. On Royal Navy ships visiting warm waters, officers and men always wear white shorts, white knee length socks and white laced shoes.Created by: globalquiz.orgclothing facts » How many aircraft carriers does Russia have?1. Admiral Kuznetsov is the only Russian carrier in service launched in the 1985. It was an initial ship of a class, that was to sustain Kiev class carriers, but collapse of the Soviet Union prevented successful completion and deployment of the vessels. One uncompleted ship Varyag was sold by Ukraine to China and become first Chinese carrier, Liaoning.Created by: Patryk Nawrockiships facts » Play military quiz and see all the questions.