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RAF Akrotiri: Quiz


Question 1: Consequently, the Middle East Command was split, with that east of Suez being controlled from ________, and the rump being renamed the Near East Command, controlled from Cyprus.
South YemenAden ProtectorateYemenAden

Question 2: During both major campaigns against ________, in 1991 and 2003, and also during the no-fly zone operations between, it operated as a staging post for British forces en route to the region.

Question 3: Royal Air Force Station Akrotiri, more commonly known as RAF Akrotiri (IATA: AKTICAO: LCRA), is a large Royal Air Force station, on the Mediterranean island of ________.

Question 4: The station commander is double-hatted and is also the officer commanding the Akrotiri or Western Sovereign Base Area, reporting to the commander of ________ who is also the Administrator.
Royal Military PoliceBritish Forces CyprusBritish Armed ForcesBritish Army

Question 5: The station hosts the main hospital for ________, The Princess Mary's Hospital (TPMH), located on Cape Zevgari.
British Armed ForcesBritish ArmyBritish Forces CyprusRoyal Military Police

Question 6: ________
List of Royal Air Force aircraft squadronsNo. 204 Squadron RAFNo. 16 Squadron RAFNo. 1 Squadron RAF

Question 7: Akrotiri is also the winter training grounds of the RAF display team, the ________.
AerobaticsSurya KiranFrecce TricoloriRed Arrows

Question 8: In the mid-1980s, the US launched retaliatory attacks against Libya after the country's leader, ________, was implicated in terrorist attacks against US military bases.
Fidel CastroHarry S. TrumanPope John Paul IIMuammar al-Gaddafi

Question 9: It is one of the few full-scale RAF stations left outside the ________.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandCanada

Question 10: ________
United States Air Forces in EuropeRAF MildenhallRAF Alconbury31st Fighter Wing

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