Bristol Beaufort: Quiz

Question 1: The larger bomb-bay was designed to house a semi-recessed ________, or it could carry an increased bomb load.
Naval mineTorpedoBattleshipSubmarine

Question 2: Strever (________ -pilot), Plt Off W.M.
Atlas CheetahSouth African Air Force2 Squadron SAAF16 Squadron SAAF

Question 3: Islington Workshops, ________: Mainplanes, centre-section.
South AustraliaNorthern TerritoryWestern AustraliaVictoria (Australia)

Question 4: [5] In addition, the wing centre section was inserted into the centre fuselage and the nacelle structure was an integral part of the ribs to which the main ________ was attached.
Wingtip deviceUndercarriageGlass cockpitAircraft flight control system

Question 5: Wilkinson, were later picked up by a ________B floatplane.
CANT Z.1007CANT Z.501CANT Z.506CANT Z.511

Question 6: The original curved ________ bomb aimers nose panels were replaced by flat, non-distorting panels from the 10th production aircraft.
Poly(methyl methacrylate)PolycarbonatePlasticPolystyrene

Question 7: 42 Squadron left Scotland in June 1942 bound for ________, but operated in North Africa until December.
MalaysiaPakistanMaldivesSri Lanka

Question 8: Another twin engined aircraft designed and used as a torpedo bomber was the ________ seaplane.
Heinkel He 115Heinkel He 114Heinkel He 111Heinkel He 112

Question 9: Beauforts also saw service with the Royal Air Force's ________ — including Commonwealth squadrons serving with the RAF — and then the Fleet Air Arm from 1940, until they were withdrawn in 1944.
RAF Fighter CommandRAF Bomber CommandNo. 10 Group RAFRAF Coastal Command

Question 10: Other land-based twin- and multi-engine torpedo bombers, such as the ________ and Savoia-Marchetti S.79 were conventional bombers adapted to carry torpedoes.
Heinkel He 177Heinkel He 111Heinkel He 100Heinkel He 112

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