HUSH-KIT AVIATION QUIZ 2012: PRIZE for first correct answers- HUSH-KWIZ

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Dare you take it on? E-mail answers to hushkiteditorial@gmail. The winner is to be announced on Facebook, Twitter and Hush-Kit itself. Good luck.

Challenges to Hush-kit answers will be considered if provided with decent evidence.

  1. In what year and where were the first aircraft weapons used?
  2. Name a museum, outside of the UK, where an ALARM missile can be seen?
  3. What was the first fighter to have an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar?
  4. When was the last air-to-air (officially verified) ‘kill’ by a RAF pilot in an RAF aircraft, and what were the aircraft involved? Image
  5. What was the last aircraft shot down over England?
  6. Which helicopter type has been produced in the largest number, and how many have been made?
  7. What links gin, magnesium and the Bell XP-59A?
  8. What is the most re-used aeroplane type name (i.e ‘Lightning’, ‘Commander’ etc)?
  9. ImageAmerican columnist Marilyn vos Savant has an IQ of 190. She is directly related to someone whose name has became an everyday word in aviation- who?

10. What is the largest aircraft to feature a terrain following radar (TFR)?

11. Identify this aircraft

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2 comments

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  2. Alisa Rude

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