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2 Aerospace Science JEOPARDY!!!

3 Aerospace Science Jeopardy Rules Consecutively each element member will choose a question category and number Element members may work together to answer question Element leader must provide answer within 35 seconds If answer is not provided in 35 seconds, previous element may attempt to steal away Other elements being loud and disruptive will be penalized 5 points per event Final score is number of test bonus points for each element

4 WHO AM I ONE WHO AM I TWO WHO AM I THREE WHO AM I FIVE WHO AM I FOUR

5 Category 1 of 1 Question: He was the only surviving pilot of World War I to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor during his lifetime. (p. 62 ) Check Your answer

6 Category 1 of 1 Answer: Eddie Rickenbacker Back to the game board

7 Category 2 of 1 Question: His assassination touched off World War I. (p. 63) Check Your answer

8 Category 2 of 1 Answer: Franz Ferdinand Back to the game board

9 Category 3 of 1 Question: He was the most famous pilot of the Lafayette Escadrille. (p. 66) Check Your answer

10 Category 3 of 1 Answer: Raoul Lufbery Back to the game board

11 Category 4 of 1 Question: A “wild card” who had trouble following Army discipline, he shot down 15 balloons and three airplanes in 17 days. (p. 68) Check Your answer

12 Category 4 of 1 Answer: Frank Luke Back to the game board

13 Category 5 of 1 Question: He was the only African-American pilot during World War I. (p. 69) Check Your answer

14 Category 5 of 1 Answer: Eugene Bullard Back to the game board

15 Category 1 of 2 Question: A motto emerged by the end of World War I: “If you control the air, you cannot be _________; if you lose the air, you cannot _________.” (p. 72) Check Your answer

16 Category 1 of 2 Answer: beaten, win Back to the game board

17 Category 2 of 2 Question: In September 1918 the Battle of Saint Mihiel in France finally turned the tide in favor of the ____________. (p. 74) Check Your answer

18 Category 2 of 2 Answer: Allies Back to the game board

19 Category 3 of 2 Question: The four-day Battle of Saint Mihiel established the role of mass movements of _____ _________ during wartime. (p. 75) Check Your answer

20 Category 3 of 2 Answer: air power Back to the game board

21 Category 4 of 2 Question: The fighter aircraft of World War I needed three qualities: they had to be lightweight, fast, and ___________. (p. 77) Check Your answer

22 Category 4 of 2 Answer: maneuverable Back to the game board

23 Category 5 of 2 Question: What word is defined as an attack with a machine gun from a low-flying aircraft. (p. 75). Check Your answer

24 Category 5 of 2 Answer: Strafe Back to the game board

25 Category 1 of 3 Question: What is an air to air battle between fighter planes called? (p. 74) Check Your answer

26 Category 1 of 3 Answer: Dogfight Back to the game board

27 Category 2 of 3 Question: What is a German dirigible with a rigid frame used for observation and bombing raids called? (p. 73) Check Your answer

28 Category 2 of 3 Answer: Zeppelin Back to the game board

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30 Category 3 of 3 Question: What type of battle plan is designed to strike at the sources of an enemy's military, economic, or political power. (p. 72) Check Your answer

31 Category 3 of 3 Answer: Strategic Back to the game board

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33 Category 4 of 3 Question: What word describes a situation in which further action is blocked. (p. 71) Check Your answer

34 Category 4 of 3 Answer: Stalemate Back to the game board

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36 Category 5 of 3 Question: What is an automatic rifle that uses belt-fed ammunition called? (p. 67) Check Your answer

37 Category 5 of 3 Answer: Machine gun Back to the game board

38 Category 1 of 4 Question: During World War I, in France, what was a small squadron of planes called?. (p. 65) Check Your answer

39 Category 1 of 4 Answer: Escadrille Back to the game board

40 Category 2 of 4 Question: What were the German submarines during World War I called? (p. 63) Check Your answer

41 Category 2 of 4 Answer: U-boats Back to the game board

42 Category 3 of 4 Question: Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Turkey, fighting together during World War I were described as what alliance? (p. 63) Check Your answer

43 Category 3 of 4 Answer: Central Powers Back to the game board

44 Category 4 of 4 Question: Russia, France, Serbia, and Britain, fighting together during World War I were described as what alliance?. (p. 63) Check Your answer

45 Category 4 of 4 Answer: Allies Back to the game board

46 Category 5 of 4 Question: The scarlet planes he commanded led to his nickname “the Red Baron.” (p. 70) Check Your answer

47 Category 5 of 4 Answer: Manfred von Richthofen Back to the game board

48 Category 1 of 5 Question: He was a strong advocate for enlisted men as pilots in the US armed forces. (p. 72) Check Your answer

49 Category 1 of 5 Answer: Hap Arnold Back to the game board

50 Category 2 of 5 Question: He bolted an automatic rifle to his plane so he could shoot straight through the propeller. (p. 74) Check Your answer

51 Category 2 of 5 Answer: Roland Garros Back to the game board

52 Category 3 of 5 Question: He built an interrupting gear on a plane that would keep its gun from firing when the propeller was in the way. (p. 74) Check Your answer

53 Category 3 of 5 Answer: Anthony Fokker Back to the game board

54 Category 4 of 5 Question: He was an advocate for an independent US air force. (p. 78) Check Your answer

55 Category 4 of 5 Answer: Billy Mitchell Back to the game board

56 Category 5 of 5 Question: He was America’s “ace of aces” during World War I. (p. 62) Check Your answer

57 Category 5 of 5 Answer: Eddie Rickenbacker Back to the game board

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