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Question 1:
What type is thing is SR-71 Blackbird?

Question 2:
How many SR-71 Blackbirds have been built?

Question 3:
Which of the following are related to SR-71 Blackbird?
* Lockheed A-12n* Lockheed YF-12n* Lockheed D-21/M-21
Chechens, Ingushs, and Kists
Krakatoa Revealed
Green Wing

Question 4: The aircraft was flown to the National Museum of the United States Air Force near ________ in March 1990.
CincinnatiDayton, OhioColumbus, OhioCleveland

Question 5: With this background, Nortronics developed the Astro-Inertial Navigation System for the ________ missile, which was to be launched from B-52H bombers.
AGM-12 BullpupHGM-25A Titan IGAM-87 SkyboltAIM-132 ASRAAM

Question 6: Air Force Chief of Staff General ________ preferred the SR (Strategic Reconnaissance) designation and wanted the RS-71 to be named SR-71.
Curtis LeMayTwentieth Air ForceJohn Dale RyanLarry D. Welch

Question 7: [47] The most common site for the lock-on to occur was the thin stretch of international airspace between Öland and ________ that the SR-71 used on the return flight.
Baltic SeaSwedenSaaremaaGotland

Question 8: With a standard pressure demand ________, human lungs cannot absorb enough of 100% oxygen above 43,000 ft (13,000 m) to sustain consciousness and life, and
Decompression sicknessRebreatherOxygen therapyOxygen mask

Question 9: For comparison, the best commercial Concorde flight time was 2 hours 52 minutes, and the ________ averages 6 hours 15 minutes.
Boeing 707Boeing 747Boeing 787Boeing 777

Question 10: The SR-71 was unofficially named the Blackbird, and called the Habu by its crews, referring to an Okinawan species of ________.


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