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Puerto Cabezas

'') and ''Barbara J'' (code-name ''Barracuda''), sailing under Nicaraguan ensigns. The CEF ships were individually escorted (outside visual range) to ''Point Zulu'' by US Navy destroyers , plus helicopter


Kronstadt

Rudel 's sinking of the Soviet battleship ''Marat'' (Soviet battleship Marat). To prevent an enemy landing, 13 artillery batteries were established in Kronstadt and nine more batteries beyond the city, (but on the island Kotlin). The main lookout was located in the Naval Cathedral. Visual range reached . The coastal defense of Kronstadt included two infantry regiments. In late August, the Red Army in the Baltic States was in a critical situation. Tallinn


Jersey

.) Douglas C-47B-20-DK (Douglas C-47) (registration: G-ANTB) operating flight 1030X (British United Airways Flight 1030X), a scheduled international passenger flight from Paris Orly (Orly Airport) to Jersey. Despite the deteriorating weather conditions at Jersey's States Airport (Jersey Airport), the crew decided to continue its approach (final approach (aviation)) to runway 27. This approach was abandoned because runway visual range fell below minima. When the aircraft made its


Marshall Islands

within visual range; the ships then reversed roles the following day. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, the search objective changed from avoiding detection to locating enemy commerce. 1944 Late in December the destroyers sailed to Pearl Harbor to prepare for the next major offensive. ''John Rodgers'' departed Pearl Harbor on 22 January 1944, headed for the Marshall Islands. Profiting from experience gained in previous engagements


Turin

France to Turin by . In 1983 Germany, France, UK, Italy and Spain launched the ''Future European Fighter Aircraft'' (FEFA) programme. The aircraft was to have short take off and landing (STOL) (STOL) and beyond visual range (BVR) capabilities. In 1984 France reiterated its requirement for a carrier-capable (Aircraft carrier) version and demanded a leading role. The West Germany, UK and Italy opted out and established a new EFA


Netherlands

;ndash; in which ground-based radar is used to control night fighters until they come within visual range of a target – has its first success. A ''Freya'' radar is used to coach the Dorner Do 17Z-10 (Dornier Do 17) night fighter of ''Leutnant'' Ludwig Becker (Ludwig Becker (pilot)) to within visual range of a British Vickers Wellington bomber over the Netherlands, allowing him to shoot it down. Hinchcliffe, Peter, ''The Other Battle: Luftwaffe Night Aces Versus Bomber Command'', Edison, New Jersey: Castle Books, 2001, ISBN 978-0-7858-1418-4, p. 51. '''RTL Group''' is Europe's largest TV, radio and production company, and is majority-owned by German media conglomerate Bertelsmann. It has 45 television and 32 radio stations in 11 Rtlgroup :: About Us :: At A Glance countries. This Luxembourg-based media group operates TV channels and radio stations in Germany, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Australia Commons:Category:Netherlands Dmoz:Regional Europe Netherlands Wikipedia:Netherlands


Japan

and navies. Sparrow and its derivatives were the West's principal beyond visual range (BVR) air-to-air missile from the late 1950s until the 1990s. It remains in service, although it is being phased out in aviation applications in favor of the more advanced AIM-120 AMRAAM. The Self-Defence Forces of Japan also employ the Sparrow missile, though it is being phased out and replaced by the Mitsubishi AAM-4. NATO pilots use the brevity code '''Fox One (Fox (code word))''' in radio

out of U.S. service in 2002, the last users, the U.S. Marine Corps replacing it with the man-portable infrared-guided visual range FIM-92 Stinger. The missile was also produced outside the US in Western Europe, Japan and Iran. http: www.payvand.com news 09 jun 1059.html '''CAVE Interactive CO.,LTD.''', also known as '''Cave Co., Ltd.''' (Computer Art Visual Entertainment), is a Japanese video game company, known primarily for its Shoot 'em up


Russia

610 and R-VD (Raketa-Vysokaya Dalnost, "Very Long Range Missile"), and the NATO codename 'Andi'. He studied in the Halki seminary


Soviet Union

and altitudes to replace the Shenyang JZ-6 (Shenyang J-6) in the tactical reconnaissance role. Using an under-fuselage reconnaissance pod with a KA-112A long focal-length optical camera, the JZ-8 usually operates at heights ranging from 9,500~15,000m during reconnaissance missions. By 1982 work began to replace the unimpressive J-8I type with a new design known as the '''J-8II'''. The new 1982 requirements from the PLAAF demanded being capable of beyond visual range combat (BVR) with the use


Italy

the end of the war. The carriage was split trail with four wheels which raised from the ground for firing and the gun was trunnioned under the breech to allow for maximum recoil and elevation. Development Development of the LY-60 was precipitated by the Chinese requirement for a beyond visual range (BVR) weapons system. Directly copying the AIM-7 proved unsuccessful, after which China purchased a number of Alenia Aspide missiles from Italy. Due to the urgent need of BVR air-to-air


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