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Question 1: The result of a merger between ________ and Dayton-Wright Company, Consolidated became famous during the 1920s and 1930s for its line of flying boats.
Convair B-36ConvairConvair XFYF-16 Fighting Falcon

Question 2: The most prolific of the Consolidated patrol boats was the ________, which was produced throughout World War II and used extensively by the Allies.
Lockheed VenturaHU-16 AlbatrossPBY CatalinaGrumman Goose

Question 3: Equally famous is the ________, a heavy bomber which, like the Catalina, saw action in both the Pacific and European theaters.
B-24 LiberatorB-25 MitchellB-29 SuperfortressT-6 Texan

Question 4:
  • ________ US Navy
    T-6 TexanB-24 LiberatorB-25 MitchellB-29 Superfortress

Question 5: The Consolidated Aircraft Corporation was founded in 1923 by Reuben H. Fleet in ________.
Erie County, New YorkNew York CityRochester, New YorkBuffalo, New York

Question 6: In 1943, Consolidated merged with Vultee Aircraft to form Consolidated-Vultee Aircraft or ________.
ConvairF-16 Fighting FalconConvair XFYConvair B-36

Question 7: General Dynamics purchased a majority interest in Convair in March ________, where it continued to produce aircraft or aircraft components until being sold to McDonnell Douglas in 1994.
1996195319562004

Question 8: Consolidated Aircraft and later Convair had their headquarters situated in San Diego, California on the border of ________ (KSAN).
Philadelphia International AirportMiami International AirportCincinnati/Northern Kentucky International AirportSan Diego International Airport

Question 9: C-22 Fleetster(________) [3]
1966200419701932

Question 10: McDonnell Douglas shut down the division after just two years of operations in ________.
1996199519932004







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