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Question 1: By 1944 US and British air forces were sending huge air fleets over occupied Europe, increasing the pressure on the ________ day and night fighter forces.
LuftwaffeRomanian Air ForceRoyal Air ForceHellenic Air Force

Question 2: Another method is to use a ________—using either visible light or infra-red—in order to see the target.
BetacamProfessional video cameraCamcorderFernseh

Question 3: What does the following picture show?

  A Tor missile launch from the Russian Navy's Kirov class battlecruiser Frunze.
  U.S. Army soldiers firing an FGM-148 Javelin.
  The Chinese DF-21 missile shot down a satellite from 865 km up during a 2007 test.
  The French Exocet missile in flight.

Question 4: The US Navy and USAF began deploying guided missiles in the early 1950s, most famous being the US Navy's ________ and USAF's AIM-4 Falcon.
AIM-9 SidewinderAIM-120 AMRAAMAGM-12 BullpupAIM-7 Sparrow

Question 5: ________ (Aegis BMD) - a SM-3 missile with Lightweight Exo-Atmospheric Projectile (LEAP) Kinetic Warhead (KW)
Arleigh Burke class destroyerAegis Ballistic Missile Defense SystemNational missile defenseUSS Carney (DDG-64)

Question 6: By the end of WWII all forces had widely introduced unguided rockets using HEAT warheads as their major anti-tank weapon (see Panzerfaust, ________).
M2 Browning machine gunBazookaM16 rifleCarl Gustav recoilless rifle

Question 7: What does the following picture show?

  U.S. Army soldiers firing an FGM-148 Javelin.
  A Tor missile launch from the Russian Navy's Kirov class battlecruiser Frunze.
  The French Exocet missile in flight.

Question 8: Other warhead types include submunitions, incendiaries, nuclear weapons, chemical, biological or radiological weapons or ________.
Depleted uraniumKinetic energy penetratorShell (projectile)Tank

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  U.S. Army soldiers firing an FGM-148 Javelin.
  United States/UK Tomahawk cruise missile
  The RAF's Brimstone missile is a modern fire-and-forget anti-tank missile.
  A R-36 ballistic missile launch at a Soviet silo.

Question 10: Missiles generally have one or more ________ warheads, although other weapon types may also be used.
NitrogenNitroglycerinOxygenExplosive material
















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