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Federal Aviation Administration

the aircraft passes through the other side of the downdraft, the headwind becomes a tailwind, reducing lift generated by the wings, and leaving the aircraft in a low-power, low-speed descent. This can lead to an accident if the aircraft is too low to effect a recovery before ground contact. As the result of the accidents in the 1970s and 1980s, in 1988 the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration mandated that all commercial aircraft have on-board wind shear detection systems (Airborne wind shear detection and alert system) by 1993. Between 1964 and 1985, wind shear directly caused or contributed to 26 major civil transport aircraft accidents in the U.S. that led to 620 deaths and 200 injuries. Since 1995, the number of major civil aircraft accidents caused by wind shear has dropped to approximately one every ten years, due to the mandated on-board detection as well as the addition of Doppler weather radar units on the ground. (NEXRAD)


Santiago de Cuba

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Changsha

of the People's Liberation Army#From the founding of the People's Liberation Army to the Korean War Red Army in short. Mao's tactics were based on that of the Spanish Guerrillas during the Napoleonic Wars. Apart from traditional telegraph and telephone services, China also had facsimile, low-speed data-transmission, and computer-controlled telecommunications services. These included on-line information retrieval terminals in Beijing, Changsha, and Baotou that enabled international


Port Said

website , citing Central Agency for Public Mobilisation and Statistics Egypt (web), accessed 11 April 1908. * she


San Salvador

Dead After Airliner Overshoots Honduras runway date 30 May 2008 accessdate 30 May 2008 publisher CNN archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20080531150220 http: www.cnn.com 2008 WORLD americas 05 30 honduras.crash.ap index.html archivedate 31 May 2008 * On 27 November 2008 XL Airways Germany A320 Flight 888T, a check flight of an A320-232 stalled in a low speed test and control could not be regained, causing the aircraft to crash into the sea off the southern French coast. The aircraft was on lease by XL Airways (XL Airways Germany) and scheduled to be returned to Air New Zealand. All seven people aboard died. WikiPedia:San Salvador Dmoz:Regional Central_America El_Salvador Localities San_Salvador Commons:Category:San Salvador


Binghamton, New York

where he had lived with Cindy and their four children was to be sold. His decision to divorce in 2000 to marry Kollmorgen was unfavorably contrasted by some in the press to his own judgment expressed in his 1995 book, ''The Judgment of God'': "Families are destroyed as a father vents his mid-life crisis by abandoning his wife for a 'younger, prettier model.' " Terry, Randall. ''The Judgment of God.'' (1995). ISBN unavailable. His sentiments against divorce had been so strong that when his own parents divorced, "Randall refused to let his children speak with their grandfather for three years," according to interviews with the family done by the ''Washington Post.'' As a result of Terry's divorce from Cindy Dean, the pastor of the Landmark Church of Binghamton, New York, "unceremoniously tossed him out" although Terry had been a member there for 15 years. Religious Right Leader Randall Terry Censured, April 2004. Americans United for Separation of Church and State. That church had previously censured him for abandoning his wife and the two children still at home in preparation for divorce, and for a "pattern of repeated and sinful relationships and conversations with both single and married women." After the censure and expulsion, Terry joined the Charismatic Episcopal Church, a denomination established in 1992. After a period of study commencing in 2005, Terry formally converted to Roman Catholicism (Catholic Church) in 2006, taking the confirmation name "David Mark." Drake, Tim.


Tonga

together by a combination of 'Western Union' stickers and prayer. The low speed limit helps to keep accidents down. There are buses to various points on Tongatapu from Nuku'alofa although there are no timetables. thumb Ha'amonga 'a Maui trilithon (File:Haamonga-A-Maui.jpg) Talk Tongan is the most widely spoken language in Tonga. English is also widely understood because many of the high schools teach exclusively in English. Many Tongans when asked a question they are unsure of or don`t


NASA

studied. McDonnell Douglas's design incorporated a supercritical wing, the result of NASA research carried out by the already famous Richard Whitcomb. This wing design dramatically lowers transonic wave drag by as much as 30% compared to more conventional profiles, while at the same time offering excellent low-speed lift. Most contemporary aircraft used swept wings to lower wave drag, but this led to poor low-speed handling, which made them unsuitable for STOL operations

. There are a number of companies that own the copyrights to large libraries of stock footage and charge filmmakers a fee for using it, but they rarely demand royalties. Stock footage comes from a myriad of sources; including the public domain, other movies and television programs, news outlets and purpose-shot stock footage. The '''Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-105 ''' was a manned test vehicle to explore low-speed handling and landing. Soviet X-planes; Yefim Gordon, Bill Gunston It was a visible result of a Soviet (Soviet Union) project to create an orbital spaceplane. This was originally conceived in response to the American (United States) X-20 Dyna-Soar military space project and may have been influenced by contemporary manned lifting body research being conducted by NASA's Flight Research Center (Dryden Flight Research Center) in California. 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Southampton

(locomotive) prime mover intended only for low-speed or short-distance operation (e.g. British Rail Class 73). Some of these, such as the British Rail Class 74, were converted from electric locomotives. The Southern Region of British Railways used these locomotives to cross non-electrified gaps and to haul boat trains that used tramways at the ports of Southampton and Weymouth (Weymouth, Dorset). For economy, the diesel engine and its generator are considerably smaller than


Qatar

victory in race 1 at Donington Park was his first win at the circuit. He came within three corners of clinching the title at Vallelunga, but crashed out at a low-speed corner to ensure that Troy Corser and Noriyuki Haga retained a mathematical hope. He clinched the title in the next round by finishing 3rd at Magny Cours, and put the seal on it by winning race 2 – his 52nd World Superbike victory, in his 152nd start. He took a double victory in his final World Superbike meeting at Portimão (Autódromo Internacional do Algarve). - 6. 21 November 2007 Doha, Qatar Wikipedia:Qatar Dmoz:Regional Middle East Qatar Commons:Category:Qatar


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