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United States Department of War

: Air University Press, 1983, no ISBN number, p. 5. November * The United States Department of War separates General Headquarters Air Force (the United States Army s air combat element) from the United States Army Air Corps (responsible for aviation logistics and training). Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 978-0-7858-0194-8, p. 8. ref>

Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 0-7858-0194-4, p. 8. * June 22 – Germany invades the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa). At sunrise, a ''Luftwaffe'' force of 500 bombers, 270 dive bombers, and 480 fighters make a surprise attack on 66 forward Soviet airbases, destroying over 100 Soviet Air Force aircraft on the ground at one base alone. By 13:30 hours, the Germans

of War places both General Headquarters Air Force (responsible for U.S. Army air combat operations) and the United States Army Air Corps (responsible for aviation logistics and training) under the command of the Chief of the Air Corps, Major General Henry H. Arnold. Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 978-0-7858-0194-8, p. 8. * '' General der Flieger


Ruhr

– The U.S. Army Air Forces activate the Fourteenth Air Force Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 978-0-7858-0194-8, p. 469. in China. * July 13–14 (overnight) – Allied transport aircraft carrying paratroopers from North Africa to Sicily again fly low in darkness over Allied ships and ground forces, and again come under friendly fire. Several are shot down


Pula

completes 28 circuits of the course with an average speed of 73.63 km h (45.75 mph) *18 July – The United States Congress creates an Aviation Section in the United States Army Signal Corps (Signal Corps (United States Army)). Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 0-7858-0194-4, p. 2. *22 July &ndash


Jacksonville, Florida

, saying, "You know, he caused the enlistment of hundreds of kids in the Marines and I was one of them." The Galveston Daily News, 'Actor Tells What John Wayne is 'Really Like',' by Earl Wilson, p. 5B, November 17, 1971. According to his military record at the National Personnel Records Center, George attended boot camp at Marine Corps Recruit Depot Parris Island, South Carolina and graduated with a meritorious promotion to Private First Class on December 31, 1948. Episode production thumb 260px right ''South Park'' co-creators Trey Parker (File:Trey Parker Matt Stone 2007.jpg) and Matt Stone wrote "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo". "Mr. Hankey, the Christmas Poo" was written and directed by Parker and Stone, and first aired in the United States on Comedy Central on December 17, 1997, with a rating of TV-MA (Television content rating systems#United_States). It was the first official ''South Park'' Christmas episode. Johnson has served as an on-air radio personality in Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida) for WJBT 92.7, WSOL V101.5, and WXQL 105.7. He also served as a host for several shows on the local cable station (''Teen Cultural Perspective'', ''The Video Zone''). He appeared on an episode (#20) of the action adventure series ''Sheena (Sheena (TV series))'' in 2001. In January 2003 he appeared in a regional theatre production of ''Miss Evers' Boys'' in Jacksonville. He was the host of ''SPLAT'', a Nickelodeon (Nickelodeon (TV channel)) show which aired 2004-5. thumb right A few things for themselves, Florida, venereal soil, Disclose to the lover (File:STS-95_Florida_From_Space.jpg). ~ Wallace Stevens '''Florida (w:Florida)''' is a state (w:U.S. state) in the southeastern region of the United States, bordered to the west by the Gulf of Mexico (w:Gulf of Mexico), to the north by Alabama (w:Alabama) and Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)), to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and to the south by the Straits of Florida. Florida is the 22nd most extensive (w:List of U.S. states and territories by area), the 4th most populous (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population), and the 8th most densely populated (w:List of U.S. states and territories by population density) of the 50 United States (w:List of U.S. states). The state capital is Tallahassee (w:Tallahassee, Florida), the largest city is Jacksonville (w:Jacksonville, Florida), and the largest metropolitan area is the Miami metropolitan area (w:Miami metropolitan area). Quotes The Indianapolis Colts (w:Indianapolis Colts) beat the Jacksonville Jaguars (w:Jacksonville Jaguars) 26-18 at ALLTEL Stadium (w:ALLTEL Stadium) in Jacksonville (w:Jacksonville, Florida), Florida (w:Florida). The Colts remain undefeated 13 games into the 16-game NFL (w:National Football League) season.


Burma

Force Seventh (in the Territory of Hawaii), and Eleventh (Eleventh Air Force) (in the Territory of Alaska) Air Forces. Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books, 1961, ISBN 978-0-7858-0194-8, pp. 461-462, 466. * The Commanding General (General officer) of the U.S. Army Air Forces, Henry H. Arnold, tells President (President of the United States) Franklin D

Esmonde receives a posthumous Victoria Cross for the attack – and some Royal Air Force Coastal Command Beauforts (Bristol Beaufort) attempt torpedo attacks, but score no hits. * February 12 – The U.S. Army Air Forces activate the Tenth Air Force for service in China, Burma, and India. Mauer, Maurer, ''Air Force Combat Units of World War II: The Concise official Military Record'', Edison, New Jersey: Chartwell Books


Syria

Military Academy, Woolwich , and he was gazetted to the Royal Artillery in 1805. But though he rose to be lieutenant-general and colonel-commandant of the 14th brigade Royal Artillery (1864), and general in 1868, Chesney’s memory lives not for his military record, but for his connection with the Suez Canal, and with the exploration of the Euphrates valley, which started with his being sent out to Constantinople in the course of his military duties in 1829, and his making a tour of inspection in Egypt and Syria. In 1830, after taking command of 7th Company, 4th Battalion Royal Artillery in Malta, he submitted a report on the feasibility of making a Suez Canal. This was the original basis of Lesseps’ (Ferdinand de Lesseps) great undertaking (in 1869 Lesseps greeted him in Paris as the “father “ of the canal); and in 1831 he introduced to the home government the idea of opening a new overland route to India, by a daring and adventurous journey along the Euphrates valley from Anah to the Persian Gulf. Returning home, Acting Lt Colonel Chesney (as he then was) busied himself to get support for the latter project, to which the East India Company (British East India Company)’s board was favourable; and in 1835 he was sent out in command of a small expedition, on which he took a number of soldiers from 7th Company RA and for which Parliament (British Parliament) voted £20,000, in order to test the navigability of the Euphrates. Commons:Category:Syria WikiPedia:Syria Dmoz:Regional Middle East Syria


Moscow

men, then planted weapons on their bodies in a bid to claim credit for defeating an enemy unit. The newspaper pointed out that Glebov's case had later been shelved (as is typical war war-crimes cases in Russia) and the colonel was allowed to resign his commission without any blot on his military record. The case was also brought up in the trial of Yuri Budanov years later. right thumb Kirill Eskov, in 2006 (Image:Kirill Eskov 2006 Strannik.jpg) '''Kirill Yuryevich Eskov''' (


Vietnam

John Kerry served as a Lieutenant in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War, during the period from 1966 to 1970. His last tour in Vietnam was four months as officer in charge of a Swift boat (Fast Patrol Craft) in 1969. Kerry received several combat medals during this tour, including the Silver Star, Bronze Star (Bronze Star Medal), and three Purple Hearts. Kerry's military record John Kerry military service controversy


Jerusalem

Empire because of the Jewish connections to Babylonia (since the Babylonian exile). Pontius Pilate was one of these prefects, from 26 to 36 CE. Caiaphas was one of the appointed High Priest (Kohen Gadol)s of Herod's Temple, being appointed by the Prefect Valerius Gratus in 18. Both were deposed by the Syrian Legate Lucius Vitellius in 36 CE. Military record His actions against the Muslim forces working for the liberation of Jerusalem were so effective


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