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Quiz 3 (ch 6-8)
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How did Charles Lindbergh fund his "The Spirit of St. Louis" production
Local business support (how it got its name)
1st non stop flight by single person from New York to Paris (Trans Atlantic)- who and when
Charles Lindbergh in 1927
When did Wiley Post and navigator Harold Gatty fly around the world
World record Wiley Post set for solo flight around the world in 1933
Why did Wiley fly 2 years later without navigator
Navigator Harold Gatty wouldn't shut up about Wiley not being able to do it by himself.
Which airline was NOT competing for international routes in the late 1920s and early 1930s?
Which airplane was not a modern airplane in 1930s shown on the board?
Yellow- piper j-3 cub
One of the modern features of an airliner in the 1930s was what
Name of radio that broadcasted two directional signals with letters NA Morse code that radiated out in figure 8
What resulted from the events involving the Hindenburg in 1937?
Caused the public to proceed airships as unsafe
Graf Zeppelin airship most known for
1st airship to fly around in 1929
When did radios become standard equipment in airlines
What happened as a result of 1934 airmail scandal?
Companies flying mail were forced to separate from companies that produced the aviation equipment
Military conflicts that did not happen between WW1 and WW2
Germany utilized their lits Craig against Poland Belgium and France FIX THIS
Targeted airfields, Aircraft and airplane making factories
Defensive technology that proved effective Germany against GB
Brits and US developed a use of radar to detect aircraft
What effects did jet airplanes and helicopters have on WW2
Not a lot - still under development
Major accomplishment from Tuskegee Airman
Being the first AA pilots in the army air force
Who during WW2 used female combat aviators
What was the raid on Japan using b 25 bombers on April 18 1942
Doolittle Raid (Tokyo raid) by the US on Tokyo
Was the Doolittle Raid successful?
Yes, they had to ditch airplanes, it showed Japan that they could be hit, it lowered their morale
Where did the US drop the atomic bombs? (End of war)
Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan
When was Pearl Harbor attacked?
December 7, 1941
During WW2 the US had a program that stepped up training for civil people to fly then later used them in the war (over 75,000)
The civilian pilot training program and war training program
There was a particular thing that the US put into force which allowed them to become the leading aircraft production of WW2, what was this method?
Who were the primary participants in the Cold War
US and Communistic Soviet Union (Russia)
What nation successfully launched the first artificial satellite into orbit
What was the jet aircraft used in Korean War by United Nations
F 80 shooting star
F 86 saber
What was the jet aircraft NOT used in Korean War by United Nations and WHY
Mg 15, because it belongs to Soviet Union
What was the first jet airliner to enter commercial service in 1952
De Havilland Comet 1
Several crashed and killed 111 people
Inspections showed metal stretching and breaking
Commercial airline first to place a US made jet liner into commercial service
In the 1950s there were many airplanes now and everyone was scrambling to keep them apart and not colliding, causing the airway crisis, resulting in increased airplanes, airspeeds and flights in the US, and what
Creating the FAA and putting rules into place
What caused the US and Great Britain to enact the Berlin airlift into western Berlin in 1948/49
The Soviet Union formed a block aid around West Berlin to take control of the city
Technology that was not heavily or successfully developed during the Cold War towards the space race and arms race, was what
5 Freedoms of The Air
1. The freedom to fly over a foreign territory without landing
2. The freedom to land for a technical non commercial non traffic reason
3. Freedom to load passengers, mail, and cargo in the airlines country of origin and disembark them into a foreign country
4. Freedom to take on passengers in a foreign country and transport them to the airlines country of origin
5. Freedom to transport passengers, mail, and cargo from one foreign country to another foreign country even though it was beyond the airlines original country origin
Which is not 5 freedoms of the air
Not- freedom to start an airline in any country outside the country of origin
What did Chuck Yeager do?
he was the first man to break the sound barrier in a Bell X-1 rocket-plane in 1947
Traveling faster than Mach 1
Describe the attack on Pearl Harbor
on December 7, 1941 the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor (in Hawaii)
This way an eye opener for the USA because it showed that their land can be touched.
Their intent was Japan wanted to destroy the US pacific fleet, so it could take over all the pacific islands they were not happy with just having a few.
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