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No. 460 Squadron RAAF: Quiz

  
  

Question 1: 460 Sqn is commemorated at the ________ by a display featuring its only surviving aircraft, G for George.
ANZAC Parade, CanberraAustralian War MemorialAnzac DayCanberra

Question 2: Its final raid was an attack on ________'s mountain retreat of Berchtesgaden on Anzac Day, 1945.
SchutzstaffelNazi GermanyAdolf HitlerNazi Party

Question 3: This aircraft made 90 operational sorties between 6/7th December 1942, when it "bombed believed Mannheim" (the primary target that night) and 20th/21st April 1944, when it bombed ________.
HamburgCologneDortmundBremen

Question 4: [3] During the spring and summer of 1944, the squadron flew many missions in support of the ________.
Operation PerchOperation OverlordNormandy LandingsBattle for Caen

Question 5: 460 Squadron RAAF was formed from 'C' Flight of No. 458 Squadron RAAF at RAF Molesworth, ________ on 15 November 1941[1], as a bomber squadron equipped with Wellington Mk.IV aircraft.
South CambridgeshirePeterboroughCambridgeshireHuntingdonshire

Question 6: The move became unnecessary following the ________ and 460 Squadron disbanded on 10 October 1945.
Manhattan ProjectTimeline of the Manhattan ProjectAtomic bombings of Hiroshima and NagasakiSurrender of Japan

Question 7: Originally part of ________, the squadron moved to RAF Breighton, Yorkshire and joined RAF Bomber Command.
Pathfinder (RAF)Operation ChastiseNo. 8 Group RAFSir Arthur Harris, 1st Baronet

Question 8: Number 460 Squadron Royal Australian Air Force (460 Sqn RAAF) was raised during World War II at RAF Molesworth, in ________ on November 15, 1941.
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland
















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