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The C-119 was named the "Flying Boxcar". Which company manufactured the Air Force C-119?
In the early 1930s, Boeing, Lockheed, and Trimotors, were the top three aircraft manufacturers. The owner of Trimotors decided to get out of the business and quit. Who was this person?
Which of the following aircraft flew first?
Which Air Force aircraft was named, "The Strato Fortress"?
The U.S. Army Air Corps became the U.S. Army Air Forces in 1941. When did the USAAF become the completely independent U.S. Air Force?
The Trans World Airlines ordered in 1932, 22 Lockheed Constellation aircraft for their fleet. However, all were diverted to the US Army Air Corps as the C-69. Who owned TWA and tried to get an injunction to stop the military from getting his aircraft?
The infamous year of 1903 saw Orville and Wilbur fly their aircraft for the world's first flight. What was this famous date in history?
The B-17 was one of the most successful bombers during the WWII era. With different series of the B-17 manufactured, how many B-17G aircraft were made?
The Douglas DC-3 later became a military transport aircraft. Which of the following was this "gooney-looking" aircraft?
Which of the following didn't exist?
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