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Question 1: He worked his way through school, first at Flint Junior College, and then at the ________ at Ann Arbor.
Wayne State UniversityUniversity of MichiganOhio State UniversityMichigan State University

Question 2: 1967 Elected Honorary Fellow of ________.
1963International Conference on Environmental SystemsAmerican Institute of Aeronautics and AstronauticsSAE International

Question 3: 1964 The ________ Award (his second), presented by the Air force Association for his work with the A-11 (YF-12A) Interceptor.
Theodore von KármánWernher von BraunHugh Latimer DrydenNorbert Wiener

Question 4: He worked on the development of the Constellation for ________' TWA airline.
TexasHoward HughesUnited StatesThe Aviator (2004 film)

Question 5: Clarence Leonard "Kelly" Johnson (February 27, 1910 – December 21, 1990) was an ________ engineer and aeronautical innovator.
Business jetAircraftWide-body aircraftDouble-deck aircraft

Question 6: In 1955, at the request of the Central Intelligence Agency, Johnson initiated construction of the airbase at Groom Lake, Nevada, later known as ________.
Alien abductionArea 51Mantell UFO incidentS-4 (Sector Four)

Question 7: He is buried at Forest Lawn Cemetery, Los Angeles, ________.
Sacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaNorthern CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 8: 1970 Awarded the Spirit of St. Louis Medal by the ________.
Pressure vesselAmerican Society of Mechanical EngineersMechanical engineeringBoiler

Question 9: 1969 The General William Mitchell Memorial Award, presented by the Aviators Post #743 of the ________.
American LegionMichiganKansasMaryland

Question 10: 1964 The Collier Trophy (his second), following his work on the ________ Interceptor, capable of flying at more than 2,000 mph.
F-117 NighthawkLockheed YF-12F-35 Lightning IIF-22 Raptor


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