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Nakajima B5N: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: B5Ns were also used as bombers during the unsuccessful defence of the ________ in October 1944.
East TimorPhilippinesPapua New GuineaUnited States

Question 2: Powerplant:Nakajima Sakae 11 ________, 750 kW (1,000 hp)
Rotary engineTwo-stroke engineFour-stroke engineRadial engine

Question 3: Bombs: 1 × 800 kg (1,760 lb) ________ or 1x 800kg (1,760lb) bomb or 3 × 250 kg (550 lb) bombs or 6 × 132 kg (293 lb) bombs
Type 91 torpedoImperial Japanese NavyAttack on Pearl HarborIndian Ocean raid

Question 4: Apart from this raid, the greatest successes of the B5N2 were the key roles they played in sinking the ________ aircraft carriers Yorktown, Lexington and Hornet.
United States NavyUnited States Marine CorpsUnited States armed forcesUnited States Coast Guard

Question 5: The Nakajima B5N (Japanese: 中島 B5N, Allied reporting name: "Kate") was the standard torpedo bomber of the ________ (IJN) for much of World War II.
Shōwa periodImperial Japanese ArmyMeiji periodImperial Japanese Navy

Question 6: ________ training aircraft, which were modified to represent Japanese planes for the movie Tora! Tora! Tora!, and have been used in a number of movies and airshows since to depict the planes.
BT-13 ValiantT-6 TexanCurtiss FalconBeechcraft Model 18

Question 7: These were mainly concerned with the lack of protection that the design offered its crew and ________.
Global Positioning SystemFuel tankFADECAircraft fabric covering

Question 8: Although primarily used as a carrier-based aircraft, it was also used as a land-based ________ upon occasion.
B-52 StratofortressF-15E Strike EagleB-1 LancerBomber

Question 9: ________: 101 kg/m² (21 lb/ft²)
F-104 StarfighterWing loadingF-16 Fighting FalconGlider (sailplane)

Question 10: While the B5N was substantially faster and more capable than its Allied counterparts, the TBD Devastator and ________, it was close to obsolescence by 1941.
Fairey GannetFairey SwordfishFairey IIIFairey Albacore
















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