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What Should Your Fighter Pilot Callsign Be?

Have you ever wondered what your fighter pilot callsign should be? In the military, your fellow pilots often pick it for you. We'll do the next best thing: you take the quiz, and our scientific algorithms will pick your callsign! Let's get started...


  1. 1) Pick an airport.

  2. 2) Which of these would you rather drive?

  3. 3) What's your style of flying?

    1. 2-5
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    2. 2-4
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    3. 2-1
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    1. 2-2
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    2. 2-6
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    3. 2-3
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  4. 4) Pilots need sunglass. Pick a pair:

  5. 5) What would you rather do on your off time?

  6. 6) Pick an air intake:

Your callsign: Badger

You're tough and gritty pilot, and it shows.

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Your callsign: Eight Ball

Your flying is, well, magic. Congrats, Eight Ball.

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Your callsign: Casper

You're so stealthy in the sky, nobody can find you.

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Your callsign: Lightning

Your flying is like a lightning bolt: intense.

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Your callsign: Ripcord

One time in training, you actually had to eject. Thanks to your quick thinking, you're still here to get your callsign.

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Your callsign: Vapor

When you're maneuvering your jet, you know how to disappear into thin air - something everyone envies.

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Colin Cutler

Colin is a Boldmethod co-founder, pilot and graphic artist. He's been a flight instructor at the University of North Dakota, an airline pilot on the CRJ-200, and has directed development of numerous commercial and military training systems. You can reach him at colin@boldmethod.com.

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