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mightypeesh09/02/2017 16:04:15
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42. Thanks for the link, makes a change to have an aeroplane based quiz thingy on ta internet.

Peter Miller09/02/2017 16:32:08
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48 out of 49 and I am not sure which I am supposed to have got wrong.

Some were cheats using incorrect markings and some where by elimination as "it isn't any of the others."

The P26S was not, as far as I ever heard in the war.

David Davis09/02/2017 16:33:06
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39 but I don't care I'm a WW1 buff but I doubt if the Yanks will put up a Great War quiz!

Geoff Sleath09/02/2017 16:34:16
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A lot of them I'd never heard of and in a few cases I knew it wasn't 2 of the choices and on the resulting 50:50 gamble I seemed to get it wrong mostly At least the 34 I got right were the ones I should know.

Interesting, though, especially as a lot of the pictures weren't exactly clear or from a good angle.


BrianB09/02/2017 16:38:30
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Managed 46

Ady Hayward09/02/2017 16:41:46
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Yay 46 from 49. Some were process of elimination though. As others have said some were a bit questionable but nonetheless a fun quiz. Need one on modern planes, ww1 and civvies.

Tom Sharp 209/02/2017 18:23:41
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Well I did poor

cymaz09/02/2017 18:49:22
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34 from 49...most where guesses. No hints used and just looked at the insignia first before having a wild stab in the dark..moon

Pete B - Moderator09/02/2017 19:19:11
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Just 40/49 - I wonder if the other mods will offer themselves up?....wink 2


Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator09/02/2017 19:43:34
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But I must admit some were by process of elimination - ie it isn't the others so it must be that! - and a couple were lucky guesses! Still, not too bad.


Bob Bertram09/02/2017 20:24:36
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Impressed myself with 48. I got the 1st one wrong. It is interesting that certain traits/styles go through a manufacturers types, ie the fin/rudder shape with DH.

J D 809/02/2017 20:28:14
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43 for me,some were interwar not WW2.

Devcon109/02/2017 20:32:09
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I must watch the History Channel more.

I must watch the History Channel more.

I must watch the History Channel more.

I must watch the History Channel more.

Dave Bran09/02/2017 20:36:35
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43, but I claim one probable.

Tim Hooper09/02/2017 20:59:58
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They all looked like Spitfires to me.........wink


Harry Twist09/02/2017 21:01:26
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43 not including the peashooter error ( so 44!)

Tried to say the name to myself before reading the four options...but did resort to a little selection by elimination on a couple of the more obscure single engined aircraft!

Thanks for sharing

Edited By Harry Twist on 09/02/2017 21:01:47

Trevor Rushton09/02/2017 21:15:19
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43 but it was nearly 44 - is woz robbed by a careless contact with the touchpad

Tony Harrison 209/02/2017 21:21:30
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39 for me, in a hasty dash not taking quite as much care as I should - though I really couldn't have scored more than one or two more. Lots of weird types there I'd never even heard of! One or two bad pics made ID-ing tricky. National markings were sometimes a giveaway. Interesting bit of fun. I tried the similar "gun recognition" quiz on that site and did much better, only 3 wrong.

Pete H09/02/2017 21:37:31
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A bottom of the class 26. Confirming I know nothing about warbirds...

Kelly09/02/2017 22:36:29
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Yep done it, if not multichoice reminding me of the names of the obscure ones l would have failed. Its an age thing.

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