NC-4: Quiz

Question 1: After arriving in Plymouth, the crew on the NC-4, by now reunited with the crews of the less successful NC-1 and NC-3 boats, travelled to ________ by train and received a tumultuous welcome.

Question 2: Designs were started for a fixed-wing aircraft capable of flying from the United States to ________ on its own power.
Eastern EuropeBalkansEuropeWestern Europe

Question 3: For the final legs (from Lisbon to ________ and from Ferrol to Plymouth, a further 10 US Navy warship were stationed along the route, out of a total of 53 warships stationed along the whole route from New York to Plymouth.
Fene, GaliciaCariñoFerrol, SpainCedeira

Question 4: On May 16 they left for the longest leg of their journey, to the ________, with a further twenty-two US Navy warships stationed at 50 mile (80 km) intervals along the route.
MadeiraPortugalSaint HelenaAzores

Question 5: Powerplant: × ________ 400 hp water-cooled V-12 engines, 400 hp (298 kW) each
PackardAirco DH.4Liberty L-12Rolls-Royce Merlin

Question 6: In May 1919 the NC-4 became the first aircraft to fly across the ________, making the crossing as far as Lisbon in 19 days, with multiple stops along the way.
Arctic OceanPacific OceanIndian OceanAtlantic Ocean

Question 7: Three days later, on May 20, NC-4 took off for ________, Portugal, but was forced to land at Ponta Delgada (Azores), covering only 150 miles (240 km).

Question 8: They left Naval Air Station Rockaway, ________,[3] with intermediate stops in Chatham Naval Air Station and Halifax, Nova Scotia before reaching Trepassey, Newfoundland on May 15, 1919.
New JerseyNew YorkConnecticutMassachusetts

Question 9: The NC-4 was a Curtiss NC flying boat, designed by ________ and manufactured by Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company.
Glenn CurtissCurtiss Model HAlexander Graham BellCurtiss JN-4

Question 10: ________: 54 knots (62 mph, 100 km/h)
Aircraft flight control systemFlap (aircraft)AileronStall (flight)

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