List of Air Ministry specifications: Quiz

Question 1: Initially Roman numerals were used, changing to ________ post-World War II, e.g., Supermarine Spitfire Mk I to Supermarine Spitfire Mk 24.
Abjad numeralsArabic numeralsArabic languageEastern Arabic numerals

Question 2: The system was applied to commercial aircraft as well - one of the last being the ________.
Bristol BrabazonBristol BeaufighterBristol BlenheimBristol Britannia

Question 3: With several manufacturers submitting designs to the same specification this could result in a number of different aircraft with the same X.XX/XX designation, e.g., ________ B.35/46, etc.
Handley Page Type OHandley PageHandley Page JetstreamAirco DH.9

Question 4: Thus the previously mentioned ________ was subsequently referred-to as the Hawker Siddeley Vulcan; similarly, the Blackburn Buccaneer later became the Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer.
Avro LincolnAvro VulcanAvro ManchesterAvro Lancaster

Question 5: Special purpose aircraft would be signified by a letter Q, this being used to specify aircraft such as target-tugs, ________ target drones, etc., e.g., Q.32/55.
Radio-controlled aircraftRadio controlRemote controlRadio-controlled model

Question 6: ________
Royal Aircraft EstablishmentBritish military aircraft designation systemsVickers ValiantAvro Lancaster

Question 7: This is a partial list of the British ________ (AM) specifications for aircraft.
Hugh Trenchard, 1st Viscount TrenchardRoyal Naval Air ServiceAir MinistryRoyal Air Force

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