The Full Wiki

More info on Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi

Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi: Quiz

Advertisements
  
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on Japanese aircraft carrier Akagi

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: On 26 March Akagi set sail for the ________.
Pacific WarIndian Ocean raidAttack on Pearl HarborEaster Sunday Raid

Question 2: [29] At roughly the same time she was attacked by four ________ aircraft bombing from 20,000 feet (6,100 m).
B-17 Flying FortressB-29 SuperfortressB-25 MitchellB-24 Liberator

Question 3: On 9 April she struck at ________ and, later that day, twelve of her "Vals" sank the Australian destroyer HMAS Vampire (D68) and three other of her "Vals" sank the tanker British Sergeant without loss.
TrincomaleeBatticaloaColomboJaffna

Question 4: On 5 April 1942 she launched 18 "Kates" and 6 "Zeros" on an air strike against Colombo, ________ which damaged the port facilities.
Sri LankaPakistanMalaysiaMaldives

Question 5: On 19 April 1942 she took part in the unsuccessful pursuit of the American carriers Hornet and Enterprise after they launched the ________ and dropped anchor in Yokosuka on 22 April.
Jimmy DoolittleAttack on Pearl HarborPacific WarDoolittle Raid

Question 6: In the series, the Akagi is depicted as carrying ________ fighters, all of which gets destroyed in an attack by the Neuroi.
Heinkel He 112Mitsubishi A5MNakajima A1NA6M Zero

Question 7: This process was limited by the number of ordnance carts used to handle the bombs and ________ and the limited number of ordnance elevators.
TorpedoNaval mineSubmarineBattleship

Question 8: The Akagi (Japanese: 赤城) was an aircraft carrier of the ________, originally begun as an Amagi-class battlecruiser.
Meiji periodImperial Japanese NavyImperial Japanese ArmyShōwa period

Question 9: Akagi was laid down as an Amagi-class ________ at Kure, Japan.
Invincible class battlecruiserBattleshipDreadnoughtBattlecruiser

Question 10: In World War II, under the command of Captain Kiichi Hasegawa, she was Vice Admiral ________'s flagship for the Striking Force for the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941.
Imperial Japanese NavyChūichi NagumoNishizō TsukaharaJisaburō Ozawa







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message