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Aviation archaeology: Quiz


Question 1: The activity dates to post-World War II ________ when, after the conflict, numerous aircraft wrecks studded the countryside.
BalkansEastern EuropeEuropeWestern Europe

Question 2: Other sites, like in civilian/commercial crashes, the ________ and the NTSB will have almost all of the aircraft and debris removed; which makes aviation archaeology more challenging.
Marion BlakeyFederal Aviation AdministrationElwood Richard QuesadaFederal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

Question 3: the ________, B-17 crash site[7] or the Tells Peak, CA, B-17 crash site [8].
Parachute, ColoradoGlenwood Springs, ColoradoCarbondale, ColoradoGrand Junction, Colorado

Question 4: In the ________, the activity remains relatively unknown, and has little regulation.
CanadaAlaskaUnited StatesPhilippines

Question 5: In the United Kingdom, regardless of nationality or the date of crash, all military aircraft crash sites are protected in the ________.
Act of SederuntChurch of England Assembly (Powers) Act 1919Protection of Military Remains Act 1986Protection of Wrecks Act 1973

Question 6: From detailed ________ data & maps, to researching accident reports information, numerous resources help create a complete picture of the historic event.
CompassGlobal Positioning SystemInertial navigation systemF-15 Eagle

Question 7: As the activity grew in size and popularity, laws and regulations were created in some areas to counter problems created, such as ________ and the disturbance of "war graves".


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