Raf Aircraft Recognition Quiz

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Raf Aircraft Recognition Quiz - Quiz

Quiz on Royal Air Force (RAF) aircraft.
By Cdt Hartshorne of 504 West Nottingham Sqn.


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    The given answer includes various terms related to the aircraft "GROB 115E" and its model "TUTOR". It also includes alternative names or abbreviations for the aircraft such as "G115" and "G115E". This suggests that all of these terms are correct and can be used interchangeably to refer to the same aircraft.

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    The correct answer is BAE 146, BRITISH AEROSPACE 146. This answer indicates that the BAE 146 is also known as the British Aerospace 146. The BAE 146 is a regional jet aircraft that was manufactured by British Aerospace. It is a popular choice for regional airlines due to its short takeoff and landing capabilities, as well as its ability to operate in challenging environments.

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    The answer provided lists three variations of the name "Harrier" that refer to the same aircraft. "Harrier" is the common name for the aircraft, while "BAE Harrier" and "British Aerospace Harrier" are specific names used by different manufacturers of the aircraft. These variations in the name are due to changes in ownership and branding over time.

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    The correct answer is VC 10, VC-10, VICKERS VC10. These are all variations of the same name, referring to the Vickers VC10 aircraft. The aircraft is commonly referred to using any of these variations, with or without hyphens.

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    The given answer is a list of aircraft models: VIKING, G103, GROB VIKING, GROB G103. It seems to be a repetition of the same models, with the manufacturer's name included in some cases. It is possible that the answer is listing different variations or versions of the same aircraft model, with the manufacturer's name mentioned for clarity.

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    The given answer "JAGUAR, SEPECAT JAGUAR" suggests that the question might be asking for the name of a specific aircraft model or type. Both "JAGUAR" and "SEPECAT JAGUAR" refer to the same aircraft, which is a military strike aircraft jointly developed by the British and French. The aircraft is commonly known as the "SEPECAT Jaguar" and has been used by various air forces around the world.

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    The correct answer is a list of names related to a specific topic. These names are SEA KING, WESTLAND SEA KING, and WESTLAND WS-61. They likely refer to different variations or models of a helicopter or aircraft.

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    The given answer is a list of names or designations of Boeing E-3 Sentry aircraft. The repetition of "SENTRY, BOEING" and "BOEING E-3 SENTRY" suggests that these are different ways of referring to the same aircraft. The addition of "E-3" and "E-3, E-3" further emphasizes the specific model of the aircraft.

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    The given answer repeats the terms "TRISTAR" and "LOCKHEED L-1011" multiple times. This suggests that the question is asking for a repetition of these terms in the answer.

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    The given answer states "TUCANO, EMBRAER TUCANO". It appears that "TUCANO" is the name of a specific aircraft, and "EMBRAER TUCANO" is specifying the manufacturer of the aircraft. Therefore, the correct answer is a repetition of the name of the aircraft and its manufacturer.

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