Can You Answer These Questions About The US Air Force?

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When did the Air Force become an independent branch of the Armed Forces?
1933
1941
1947
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What is the official name of the so-called "Stealth" bomber?
B-1
B-2
B-52
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Question 3/12

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The creative team of TVs "Star Trek" had several airmen. Which one was NOT a member of the Air Force?
Gene Roddenberry
DeForest Kelley
William Shatner
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A flying "Ace" is an aviator who has downed how many enemy aircraft?
5
10
15
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Which of these US presidents was NOT an airman?
Ronald Reagan
George W. Bush
Jimmy Carter
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Which of these is NOT an Air Force motto?
Aim High
Fly-Fight-Win
Soar Like An Eagle
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Which of the following celebrities was NOT in the Air Force?
Jimmy Stewart
L. Ron Hubbard
Morgan Freeman
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Which of the following enlisted ranks is the HIGHEST?
Staff Sergeant
Airman
Airman First Class
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What did Chuck Yeager do in 1947?
He joined the Air Force?
He broke the sound barrier
He flew his 100th mission
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Question 10/12

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Who was the pilot of the Enola Gay, which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima?
Chuck Yeager
Paul Tibbets
Charles Sweeney
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What was the name of the military branch that became the US Air Force?
Army Air Corps
Navy Air Corps
Marine Air Corps
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In Air Force slang, what is a "ground pounder"?
a heavy bomber
a non-flyer
a parachutist
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1
When did the Air Force become an independent branch of the Armed Forces?
1933
1941
1947
2
What is the official name of the so-called "Stealth" bomber?
B-1
B-2
B-52
3
The creative team of TVs "Star Trek" had several airmen. Which one was NOT a member of the Air Force?
Gene Roddenberry
DeForest Kelley
William Shatner
4
A flying "Ace" is an aviator who has downed how many enemy aircraft?
5
10
15
5
Which of these US presidents was NOT an airman?
Ronald Reagan
George W. Bush
Jimmy Carter
6
Which of these is NOT an Air Force motto?
Aim High
Fly-Fight-Win
Soar Like An Eagle
7
Which of the following celebrities was NOT in the Air Force?
Jimmy Stewart
L. Ron Hubbard
Morgan Freeman
8
Which of the following enlisted ranks is the HIGHEST?
Staff Sergeant
Airman
Airman First Class
9
What did Chuck Yeager do in 1947?
He joined the Air Force?
He broke the sound barrier
He flew his 100th mission
10
Who was the pilot of the Enola Gay, which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima?
Chuck Yeager
Paul Tibbets
Charles Sweeney
11
What was the name of the military branch that became the US Air Force?
Army Air Corps
Navy Air Corps
Marine Air Corps
12
In Air Force slang, what is a "ground pounder"?
a heavy bomber
a non-flyer
a parachutist