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What do you know about US women in war? A quiz.

A year after the Pentagon lifted the ban on women in combat, US women are still fighting to prove they can serve alongside their male counterparts.

Since the days of the Revolutionary War, however, American women have voluntarily put their lives on the line for their country as they navigated battlefields to tend to wounded soldiers, penetrated enemy lines to gather intelligence, and disguised their identities to fight alongside men.

So, how much do you know about women’s contributions to US war efforts? Test your knowledge with this quiz.

War production workers at the Heil Company making gasoline trailer tanks in Milwaukee, Wis. for the US Army Air Corps. Enola O'Connell, age thirty-two, widow and mother of one child, welding part of a trailer.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division
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Question 1 of 20

1. Which fictional character urged American women to take up factory jobs abandoned by men fighting in World War II?

Uncle Sam

Rosie the Riveter

Captain America

Betty Boop