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Supermarine Spitfire (Griffon powered variants): Quiz

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Question 1:
Supermarine Spitfire (Griffon powered variants), Supermarine Spitfire and B-17 Flying Fortress are all:
Propeller aircraft Low wing aircraft Single-engine aircraft Royal Air Force

Question 2:
Supermarine Spitfire (Griffon powered variants), Royal Air Force and Air Training Corps are all:
Propeller aircraft 1938 introductions Royal Air Force Single-engine aircraft

Question 3: However 12 squadrons of the ________ used the variant and continued to do so until March 1951.
No. 501 Squadron RAFNo. 609 Squadron RAFRoyal Auxiliary Air ForceNo. 600 Squadron RAF

Question 4: This information was needed in case RAF Lightnings might have to engage ________ in the Indonesian conflict of the time.
Curtiss P-40F-86 SabreP-47 ThunderboltP-51 Mustang

Question 5:
Supermarine Spitfire (Griffon powered variants), Supermarine Spitfire and Calculator are all:
Single-engine aircraft Low wing aircraft 1938 introductions Propeller aircraft

Question 6: It was built up until early 1946 but it was not until January 1947, that an RAF squadron, 60 Squadron which operated from ________, Singapore, was re-equipped with the variant.
Sembawang Air BaseSeletar AirportTengah Air BaseSingapore Changi Airport

Question 7: Wing Commander Peter Brothers, O/C Culmhead Wing in 1944-1945 and a ________ veteran;
Battle of BritainBattle of FranceWestern Front (World War II)Phoney War

Question 8:
Supermarine Spitfire (Griffon powered variants), Airbus A380 and Boeing 747 are all:
Royal Air Force Propeller aircraft Low wing aircraft 1938 introductions

Question 9: On 4 December 1939, the Supermarine design staff produced a brochure which mooted the idea of converting the Spitfire to use the ________ engine.
Rolls-Royce CrecyRolls-Royce RRolls-Royce GriffonRolls-Royce Merlin

Question 10: The ________ engine was designed in answer to Royal Naval specifications which required an engine capable of generating good power at low altitudes.
Rolls-Royce GriffonRolls-Royce CrecyRolls-Royce MerlinRolls-Royce R







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