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RAF Fighter Command: Quiz


Question 1: One of the two Jagdgeschwader's, ________, lost 14 Fw 190s and eight pilots killed.
Jagdgeschwader 1 (World War II)Jagdgeschwader 2Jagdgeschwader 11Jagdgeschwader 26

Question 2: Anti-Aircraft Command | RAF Balloon Command | RAF Coastal Command | RAF Fighter Command | RAF Bomber Command
________ | Eagle Squadrons | Royal Observer Corps | Women's Auxiliary Air Force
No. 10 Group RAFNo. 13 Group RAFNo. 11 Group RAFBattle of Britain airfields

Question 3: ________ lost six Fw 190s with their pilots.
Jagdgeschwader 1 (World War II)Jagdgeschwader 11Jagdgeschwader 26Jagdgeschwader 2

Question 4: Over the next few years, the Command expanded greatly and replaced its obsolescent biplane squadrons with two of the most famous aircraft ever to fly with the RAF, the ________ and the Supermarine Spitfire.
Hawker FuryHawker HartHawker HurricaneHawker Typhoon

Question 5: 11 Group took the brunt of the German attack, as it controlled southeast England and ________.

Question 6: The ________ saw the threat of Soviet bombers attacking the United Kingdom loom large.
Central Intelligence AgencyCold WarJoseph StalinVietnam War

Question 7: The ROC was a defence warning organisation operating in the ________ between 1925 and 31 December 1995 when it was stood down.
United KingdomEnglandWalesCanada

Question 8: The corps would continue as a civilian organisation but wearing a ________ and administered by Fighter Command.
Princess Mary's Royal Air Force Nursing ServiceRoyal Air Force uniformRAF officer ranksRoyal Air Force Ensign

Question 9: In 1941, over France, a shot down pilot would, as likely as not, end up a ________.
ExileHuman rightsPrisoner of warSlavery

Question 10: Fighter Command was one of three functional commands that dominated the public perception of the ________ for much of the mid-20th century.
British ArmyRoyal Air ForceBritish Armed ForcesLuftwaffe


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