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1. The A-6 Intruder was designed and manufactured by which company?
2. Which of the following was the name of the Lockheed C-5?
3. The 'Tweet' first flown in 1954, was designed as a pilot trainer and for attack missions. What was the military designation of the Tweet?
4. Which of the following was a Marine Corps adoptee in 1969, and could take-off vertically?
5. Which type of aircraft was the Super Jolly Green Giant?
6. The F-4 Phantom played a key role in the Vietnam War. Who manufactured this versatile aircraft?
7. Which former Douglas passenger aircraft was modified and later became a military in-flight refueling aircraft for the Air Force?
8. The A-10 Thunderbolt, Warthog, or whichever name silently given to it, was an integral part of the Persian Gulf and Iraq war. This tank killer designed aircraft was built by which company?
9. The Rockwell-built OV-10 was a rugged forward support and counter insurgency aircraft during the Vietnam War. Unique with its two vertical fins and high horizontal stabilizer, it was primarily used by the Air Force. What was the name of this aircraft?
10. Kelly Johnson and Lockheed's 'Skunk Works' designed the so-called SR-71 aircraft. Its first test flight on April 26, 1962, witnessed the aircraft far-exceeding all expectations. However, there is no such designation as the "SR", as it was built under the proper designation. When President Johnson unveiled the aircraft to television and the world, he mistakenly gave it the wrong name, 'SR-71'. What was the aircraft's actual military designation?
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