Air Spotter (Public service)


  1. Recognise correctly from photographs or silhouettes shown for 10 seconds each 75% of the aircraft shown.    
  2. Be able to recognise and name from a list submitted by the Scout, national aircraft markings, both service and civil, of at least 6 countries, including UK.
  3. Produce a log kept by himself for a period of not less than 1 month of aircraft seen giving identity or salient features and approximate headings.
  4. Describe the recognition features of 6 aircraft selected by the Examiner, in terms commonly used in aircraft identification.