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Question 1: ________
Canadian Forces Air CommandUH-1N Twin HueyCF-101 VoodooList of aircraft of the Canadian Forces Air Command

Question 2: Aircraft and bases of the RCAF and the ________ (the Royal Canadian Naval Aviation Service), were scattered across several different commands of the newly unified forces.
CanadaRoyal Canadian NavyCanadian Forces Maritime CommandCanadian Forces

Question 3: Weapons systems are used by the ________, CP-140 Aurora and the CH-124 Sea King helicopters (to be replaced by the Cyclone), the only armed aircraft in the Canadian Forces today.
CF-18 HornetF-15 EagleF/A-18 HornetCF-101 Voodoo

Question 4: 440 Transport Squadron (a lodger unit attached to Winnipeg.) Operates the the CC-138 Twin Otter based out of ________.
YellowknifeNorman Wells, Northwest TerritoriesNorthwest TerritoriesHay River, Northwest Territories

Question 5: AIRCOM also underwent significant changes in the late 1970s when the CP-107 Argus and CP-121 Tracker were replaced with the ________/CP-140A Arcturus maritime patrol aircraft.
C-130J Super HerculesLockheed U-2P-3 OrionCP-140 Aurora

Question 6: The Canadian Forces Air Command has approximately 391 aircraft in the fleet, which is the third largest in the ________, after the United States Air Force and Brazilian Air Force.
Americas (terminology)AmericasNorth AmericaSouth America

Question 7: Canadian Forces Air Command (AIRCOM), also known as the Canadian Air Force, is the air force element of the ________.
Land Force Western AreaLand Force Central AreaCanadian ForcesCadet Instructors Cadre

Question 8: It closed in 1994 and transferred to ________ as army base CFB Edmonton
Land Force Western AreaCanadian Forces Land Force CommandLand Force Quebec AreaCanadian Forces

Question 9: Four civil aircraft are operated by Top Aces Consulting for CATS (Contracted Airborne Training Services) and are based at ________
CFB ComoxCFB GreenwoodCFB Goose BayCFB Bagotville

Question 10: Twelve civil aircraft are operated by Northern Lights and are based at ________.
CFB ComoxCFB Goose BayCFB Cold LakeCFB Bagotville

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