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Question 1: On 8 October 1914 the RFC arrived in ________ and a headquarters was established at the aerodrome next to the local race course.
ClairmaraisLillersSaint-OmerAire-sur-la-Lys

Question 2: 26 May 1915 to 12 March 1916 Lieutenant-Colonel ________
Geoffrey SalmondRobert Brooke-PophamArchibald Wavell, 1st Earl WavellEdward Leonard Ellington

Question 3: This remains the motto of the ________ (RAF) and other Commonwealth air forces.
LuftwaffeBritish Armed ForcesBritish ArmyRoyal Air Force

Question 4: ________ 1914-1918
London Heathrow AirportLondon Southend AirportLondon Gatwick AirportLondon Biggin Hill Airport

Question 5: ________ - Military cross winner 1918 & Harvard Professor.
Francis Peabody MagounFairy taleRoyal Aircraft Factory S.E.5Finland

Question 6: Air Marshal Sir Arthur Harris ("Bomber" Harris) later commander of ________
No. 100 Group RAFStrategic bombing during World War IIRAF Bomber CommandSir Arthur Harris, 1st Baronet

Question 7: Sir Charles Kingsford Smith - Australian aviation pioneer, first to cross the Pacific Ocean in 1928 using ________ trimotor monoplane Southern Cross.
Fokker F.VIIFokker D.XXIFokkerFokker D.VII

Question 8: On 19 August the Corps undertook its first action of the War with two of its aircraft performing aerial ________.
United States Marine Corps Force ReconnaissanceSpecial reconnaissanceReconnaissanceUnited States Marine Air-Ground Task Force Reconnaissance

Question 9: Played key role in formation of the ________.
Defense Intelligence AgencyCentral Intelligence AgencyNational Security AgencyCold War

Question 10: On 17 August 1917, General ________ presented a report to the War Council on the future of air power.
Pieter Willem BothaDaniel François MalanJan SmutsAlwyn Schlebusch







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