US fighters have traditionally been _?_ than the enemy's fighters.
The _?_ is used primarily in support of ground forces, but can defend it... [Show More] self with air-to-air missiles.
The _?_ was the world's first operational aircraft designed to exploit low-observable stealth technology.
The _?_ is distinguishable by the 30-foot radar dome perched on its fuselage.
The Navy's _?_ is a carrier-based aircraft used in antisubmarine warfare.
The _?_ is used as a medical airlift transport by the US Air Force.
_?_ aircraft are specifically designed for an attack role.
_?_ aircraft are designed for a support role.
_?_ airlift is transportation of cargo or personnel between theaters of operation.
_?_ airlift transports them within the theater of operation.
The _?_ is the newest cargo aircraft to enter the inventory, capable of delivery of troops or cargo to forward bases on unimproved airfields.
To make up for the disadvantage of weight, US pilots have better training and better _?_.
Which of the following does not apply to the bombers?
Due to munitions limitations, can't be used to attack troops on the frontlines
Which of the following USAF bombers is no longer operational?
Which of the following is not true of the F-15?
Weighs about the same as the F-16
Which of the following is not true of airlift aircraft?
They are designated by the A- for airlift
tanker/cargo or passenger
Electronic attack-second in series
experimental intended as bomber
cargo or passenger
The US entered a consortium with NATO Allies to produce the F-15 jointly.
All the primary US cargo aircraft (C-5, C-141, C-130, C-17) are turbo-jet propelled.
The SR-71 is the world's highest flying and fastest aircraft.
The F-22 is the only aircraft in the world that can fly faster than Mach 1 without using afterburners.
When configured for a refueling mission, the KC-135 is unable to carry any additional cargo or passengers.
What are the advantages of consortium manufacturing for the United States and NATO?
Long term benefits of technology transfer among allies, a common use aircraft for NATO nations, increases the supply and availability of repair parts for the F-16 in Europe, and improves the F-16's combat readiness
Why is military airpower so important?
The airplane dominates all aspects of warfare, control of the air is a prerequisite to winning on the ground as proven in wars since World War II
The dividing line in the text for deciding whether a helicopter is heavy-lift or light-lift is a useful load of _?_ pounds.
Generally speaking, _?_ helicopters go further than _?_ helicopters in combining the airplane and helicopter.
There is debate within the aerospace community whether _?_ will have much value after _?_ is fully developed.
UAVs have been in wide usage since the _?_ War.
The USAF standardized definition of STOL is an aircraft with the ability to clear a _?_ foot obstacle within _?_ feet of commencing takeoff role and to stop within _?_ feet after passing over a _?_ foot obstacle when landing.
50, 1500, 1500, 50
The _?_ is a _?_ using a tilt-rotor designed developed for the US military.
V-22 Osprey, hybrid
By applying _?_ (for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction), VTOL capability is achieved.
Newton's 3rd Law of Motion
UAV missions are classified as either _?_ or _?_, depending on whether or not the UAV is used to destroy a target.
Which of the following was not a drawback to helicopters that has been improved or eliminated due to advancements in technology?
Which of the following is not a dominant foreign manufacturer of helicopters?
Which of the following is not a major US manufacturer of helicopters?
Although initially designed for military use, heavy lift helicopters are being used more frequently in the civilian market.
The helicopter was first put into use after World War I.
Many helicopters are produced in both civilian and military versions.
A drawback to helicopters is their inability to accomplish a transoceanic flight.
In-flight aerial refueling has yet to be adapted for helicopters.
The _?_ has responsibility for economic regulation of air commerce and the investigation of aircraft accidents.
The _?_ provide preflight information such as weather, suggested routes, and altitudes to pilots.
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