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AGM-69 SRAM: Quiz

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Question 1: It was carried by the B-52, the FB-111A, and, for a very short period starting in 1986, by the B-1Bs based at ________ in Texas.
Seymour Johnson Air Force BaseDavis–Monthan Air Force BaseMountain Home Air Force BaseDyess Air Force Base

Question 2: Various plans for alternative guidance schemes, including an anti-radar seeker for use against air defense installations and even a possible ________ version, came to nothing.
Air-to-air missileAir-to-surface missileAnti-tank guided missileRaduga Kh-22

Question 3: The requirement for the weapon was issued by the ________ of the USAF in 1964, and the resultant AGM-69A SRAM entered service in 1972.
31st Fighter WingStrategic Air Command27th Special Operations GroupMalmstrom Air Force Base

Question 4: The SRAM was effectively replaced by the ________ cruise missile, which has longer range, though easier to intercept.
AGM-65 MaverickAGM-86 ALCMAIM-120 AMRAAMLGM-30 Minuteman

Question 5: Warhead: W69 ________ (170-200 kt of TNT)
Nuclear fusionAneutronic fusionFusion powerNuclear fission

Question 6:
AGM-69 SRAM, Trident (missile) and LGM-30 Minuteman are all:
Cold War missiles of the United States American Cold War air-to-surface missiles Nuclear air-to-surface missiles Cold War weapons of the United States

Question 7: SRAMs were also carried by the B-1Bs based at ________ in South Dakota, Grand Forks AFB in North Dakota, and McConnell AFB in Kansas up until late 1993.
Cannon Air Force BaseEllsworth Air Force BaseMalmstrom Air Force BaseMountain Home Air Force Base

Question 8: The SRAM used a single W69 nuclear warhead with a variable yield of 17 kilotons as a fission weapon, or 210 kilotons as a fusion weapon with ________ boost enabled.
HydrogenNuclear fusionTritiumNeutron

Question 9:
AGM-69 SRAM, M47 Dragon and MGM-31 Pershing are all:
American Cold War air-to-surface missiles Nuclear air-to-surface missiles Cold War missiles of the United States Cold War weapons of the United States

Question 10: SRAM had an ________ system as well as a radar altimeter which enabled the missile to be launched in either a semi-ballistic or terrain-following flight path.
Inertial navigation systemGlass cockpitGlobal Positioning SystemCompass







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