MICHAEL Strahan was put on the spot by an Air Force cadet on FOX NFL Sunday.
And the New York Giants legend was left confused by one of the questions in a social media segment.
The FOX NFL star wasn’t alone as show stars like Rob Gronkowski and Terry Bradshaw also struggled.
He was absent from both weeks eight and week nine after dealing with a “personal family matter.”
Strahan’s abrupt absence from the screen also included his role as host of Good Morning America.
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But Strahan returned for Sunday’s show, which was filmed live at the US Air Force Academy in Colorado.
FOX NFL stars honored veterans in a special edition of the show.
In a social media clip, Strahan was asked a question by a cadet at the Air Force academy.
He and his fellow FOX analysts had to guess the meaning of military terms.
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Strahan was asked what a “punch out” was.
And he replied: “That means somebody makes you mad, you have to calm yourself before you punch them out.”
The correct answer was ejecting from an aircraft, and the ex-NFL star joked he was “close.”
Former Patriots star Gronkowski was also wide of the mark with his answer.
He was asked what a “BLUF” was.
And Gronk said he knew what a “bluff” was in poker, before claiming a “bluf” meant fake news.
But he was told it stood for “bottom line up front”.
And the Air Force cadet told the former tight end: “It’s kind of like you, short simple and sweet.”
Bradshaw, meanwhile, had a guess at what a “Zoomie” meant.
He thought it was when two fighter planes flew really close to each other.
But in fact, a “Zoomie” is a term given to anybody in the Air Force.
Strahan spent his entire 14-year NFL career with the New York Giants.
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He won the Super Bowl in his final season in 2007 and was defensive player of the year in 2001.
The former defensive end is now the face of breakfast television on Good Morning America.
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