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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.

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


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