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Arado Ar 232: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: The Arado Ar 232 Tausendfüssler (German:"Millipede") was the first truly modern transport aircraft, designed and built in small numbers by the German firm Arado during ________.
Soviet occupationsSecond Sino-Japanese WarWorld War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War II

Question 2: ________
Messerschmitt Me 163List of World War II military aircraft of GermanyMesserschmitt Bf 109Arado Ar 197

Question 3: Although the ________ was interested in replacing or supplanting their fleet of outdated Ju 52/3m transports, they were overloaded with types at the time and did not purchase large numbers of the Ar 232.
Romanian Air ForceRoyal Air ForceHellenic Air ForceLuftwaffe

Question 4: Plans were also made to replace the outer wing sections and control surfaces with wooden versions to conserve then-limited supplies of ________.
TitaniumGoldCopperAluminium

Question 5: Normal operations from prepared ________ used tricycle gear, but the struts could "break", or kneel, after landing to place the fuselage closer to the ground and thereby reduce the ramp angle.
United StatesAir safetyRunwayAirport

Question 6: Even before the prototypes were complete in 1941, the ________ project had moved to the BMW 801A/B, and was proving to be a capable design.
Heinkel He 111Messerschmitt Bf 109Messerschmitt Bf 110Focke-Wulf Fw 190

Question 7: 1 × 20 mm ________ mounted in an EDL 151 dorsal turret
Messerschmitt Bf 109MG 151 cannonB-17 Flying FortressMK 108 cannon

Question 8: After test flights by Eric "Winkle" Brown, who gave the design excellent marks, they were used by the ________ on flights between England and Germany after the war.
Royal Air ForceBritish ArmyLuftwaffeBritish Armed Forces

Question 9: The extra weight of the engines also moved the ________ forward, which was offset by extending the cargo area rearward another meter.
Center of massTireVehicle dynamicsCar handling

Question 10: This distance could be further reduced by using rocket assist (RATO) for take-off, and either ________ or reverse RATO for landing.
United StatesParachuteAircraftParachuting
















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