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Question 1: This was proven to great effect during the ________ and the Low Countries.
History of Poland (1939–1945)Invasion of PolandEastern Front (World War II)Warsaw Uprising

Question 2: They only produced hybrid aircraft: the ________, a dive bomber/fighter that was used for a short time and in small numbers, and the Fairey Barracuda, a dive bomber/torpedo bomber.
Blackburn FirebrandBlackburn RocBlackburn SkuaBlackburn Buccaneer

Question 3: fielded the Douglas SBD Dauntless which was similar to the D3A in performance, but later replaced it with the faster, more complex Curtiss ________.
Curtiss FalconSBC HelldiverYA-10 ShrikeSB2C Helldiver

Question 4: A dive bomber is a ________ that dives directly at its targets in order to provide greater accuracy.
B-52 StratofortressF-15E Strike EagleBomberB-1 Lancer

Question 5: The first recorded use of dive bombing was an ad-hoc solution by British ________ pilots during World War I.
British Armed ForcesRoyal Air ForceLuftwaffeBritish Army

Question 6: ________ had improved as had the speed and effectiveness of fighter aircraft against the vulnerable, slow-flying dive bombers.
Gulf WarAnti-aircraft warfareBofors 40 mmWorld War II

Question 7: Despite its success in the French campaign, the Stuka soon showed its weaknesses in the ________ where great numbers of Stukas were lost due its inappropriateness as a tactical bomber.
Battle of FranceWestern Front (World War II)Phoney WarBattle of Britain

Question 8: Attacks by Stukas quickly broke the defense, and ________ were able to force a crossing long before the artillery arrived.
Armored bulldozerMilitary engineerCombat engineeringCombat Engineering Corps

Question 9: Bombsights continue to supply several "________" modes, a sort of reverse dive bombing where an aircraft releases its bomb while steeply pulling up from low level.
Toss bombingAnti-aircraft warfareF-16 Fighting FalconB-47 Stratojet

Question 10: However, with the loss of air superiority they became vulnerable to the ________ fighters and beginning from 1943 begun conversion to the more conventional cannon attack tactics.
Russian Air ForceUkrainian Air ForceSoviet Air Defence ForcesSoviet Air Forces


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