You must answer in your own words (paraphrase) the 6 question answers to the best of your ability in essay format. Each Essay Answer must be in APA format and substantive in nature and therefore with a minimum of 100 words in length excluding references and follow the grading rubric. The textbook provides a primary reference source but make sure to utilize additional sources to meet the minimum requirement of 100 words for each of your 6 test answers.
Non-academic sources like wikipedia.org will not be accepted.
Test submissions will be held to the strictest professional standards, so watch your spelling and grammar; proofread your work! Use APA formatting for the text body and citations/works cited. See Rubrics in Canvas for the allocation of points.
In one (1) Word document File label each question’s answer.
Remember, if what you write is not an original thought of yours, you must cite references. Use proper English and grammar. NO abbreviation type writing such as used in Facebook or texting. Remember the sole form of communication in this course is through the written word, so proper English and grammar is not only crucial, it is mandatory. You must begin to get into the habit of citing sources in whatever you write. Include a reference page with the APA formatted submission.
The completed test must be uploaded as ONE (1) Word Document onto Canvas no later than (NLT) Sunday at 11:59 PM. If your work is submitted late, 10 points per day will be deducted.
Question 1 – Chapter 4:
Discuss a few of the Military Aviation Developments in WWI and describe which one you found most interesting and why.
Question 2 – Chapter 4:
Describe a WWI pilot ace, the planes that they flew, and any unique information about the pilot.
Question 3 – Chapter 4:
Describe WWI production innovations such as the steps involved and the significance to aircraft production.
Question 4 – Chapter 5:
Describe both the Navy flight across the Atlantic in the spring of 1919 in the Navy-Curtiss and the Alcock-Brown Crossing in June 2019 in the Vickers Vimy. Describe the differences in the flights and their journeys across the Atlantic Ocean.
Question 5 – Chapter 6:
Discuss Charles Lindbergh’s background and describe nonstop transatlantic flight events and aircraft.
Question 6 – Chapter 6:
Describe the innovations of Early Radios and Four-Course Radios.