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Question 1: The position of Honorary Air Commodore still exists in the ________.
Royal Canadian Air CadetsCadet Instructors CadreCanadian ForcesRoyal Canadian Sea Cadets

Question 2: An ________ air commodore's sleeve/shoulder insignia
Royal Australian Air Force VIP aircraftAirfield Defence GuardsRoyal Australian Air ForceAustralian Defence Force

Question 3: An Air Commodore then became a ________ (following the U.S.
Brigadier GeneralSecond LieutenantMilitary rankMajor General

Question 4: On 1 April 1918, the newly created RAF adopted its officer rank titles from the British Army, with officers at what is now Air Commodore holding the rank of ________.
Military rankMajor GeneralBrigadier GeneralSecond Lieutenant

Question 5: In the ________ the equivalent rank is Marsekal Pertama (literally "First Marshal") which is usually translated as Air Commodore in English.
Royal Australian Air ForceIndonesian Air ForceF-16 Fighting FalconC-130 Hercules

Question 6: It is also used in the Egyptian Air Force, Hellenic Air Force, Royal Air Force of Oman, the Royal Thai Air Force and the ________.
Air Force of ZimbabweHongdu JL-8JF-17 ThunderChengdu J-7

Question 7: It has a NATO ranking code of OF-6 and is equivalent to a Commodore in the Royal Navy or a ________ in the British Army or the Royal Marines.
Brigadier GeneralMilitary rankMajor GeneralBrigadier

Question 8: The Royal Canadian Air Force used the rank until the unification of the ________ in 1968, when Army-type rank titles were adopted.
Cadet Instructors CadreLand Force Western AreaCanadian ForcesLand Force Central Area

Question 9: The ________'s equivalent rank is Commodore which has essentially the same rank insignia.
Royal Netherlands Air ForceBelgian Air ComponentRoyal Danish Air ForceRoyal Norwegian Air Force

Question 10: title, rather than the British ________, which had been held by equivalent officers in the former Canadian Army).
Major GeneralBrigadier GeneralMilitary rankBrigadier







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