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P-26 Peashooter: Quiz

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Question 1: ________ (45th and 47th PS).
4th Fighter Wing56th Fighter Wing15th Airlift Wing15th Operations Group

Question 2: [7]The last two P-26s in service were still flying until 1956 with Guatemala's Air Force, when they were replaced with ________.
F-86 SabreP-47 ThunderboltCurtiss P-40P-51 Mustang

Question 3: ________ (34th, 73d, and 95th PS), March Field, California
17th Training Group12th Operations Group99th Air Base Wing47th Operations Group

Question 4: ________ (55th, 77th, and 79th PS), Barksdale Field, Louisiana; and
4th Fighter Wing20th Operations GroupMountain Home Air Force Base20th Fighter Wing

Question 5: ________
List of military aircraft of the United StatesList of active United States military aircraftList of military aircraft of the United States (naval)List of U.S. DoD aircraft designations

Question 6: The P-26 was the last Boeing fighter to enter service until Boeing acquired McDonnell-Douglas with production and continuing support contracts for the ________ in 2002.
C-17 Globemaster IIIF-15E Strike EagleF/A-18 HornetF/A-18E/F Super Hornet

Question 7: Between 1938 and 1940, P-26s were assigned overseas to supplement Seversky P-35s in two defense units based at ________, Territory of Hawaii:
Wheeler Army AirfieldMililani, Hawai'iUnited StatesWahiawā, Hawai'i

Question 8: Guns: 2× .30 in (7.62 mm) ________
Browning Hi-PowerM1919 Browning machine gunM1911 pistolM2 Browning machine gun

Question 9: Powerplant:Pratt & Whitney R-1340-7 "Wasp" ________, 600 hp (440 kW)
Rotary engineRadial engineTwo-stroke engineFour-stroke engine

Question 10: 8th Pursuit Group (33rd, 35th, and 36th PS), ________, Virginia;
Otis Air National Guard BaseLangley Air Force BaseCharleston Air Force BaseSeymour Johnson Air Force Base







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