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How much do you remember this week?

Employee looks at veterans display
Bob Nickelson, a maintenance mechanic, checks a name on a Veterans Day display at the Richmond, VA, Processing and Distribution Center.

Here’s Link’s latest “News quiz,” a weekly feature that invites readers to test their knowledge of recent stories. The correct answers appear at the end.

1. How many postal employees served in the armed forces during World War II?

a) 40,000
b) 56,000
c) 64,000
d) 90,000

2. Fill in the blank: One of Raymond Loewy’s claims to fame is designing the Postal Service’s iconic (blank).

a) Carrier uniforms
b) LLVs
c) Logo
d) Railway Post Offices

3. True or false: Coinsurance is the percentage paid for some covered health care services.

a) True
b) False

4. Which city had the first known women letter carriers?

a) Chicago
b) Detroit
c) St. Louis
d) Washington, DC

5. Match the health plan in Column A with its description in Column B.

Column A
a) Consumer-driven health plan
b) High-deductible health plan
c) Health maintenance organization
d) Preferred provider organization

Column B
I) Comprehensive coverage for high-cost procedures
II) Fee-for-service plan
III) Offers employer-funded health reimbursement arrangements
IV) Provides care in particular geographic or service areas

Answers: 1) b. 2) c. 3) a. 4) d. 5) a. III., b. I., c. IV., d. II. 

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