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Presidio of San Francisco

demolition of buildings using the only available resource, dynamite, in order to create fire breaks to stop the fires consuming the city. This desperate, last-ditch strategy finally worked at the wide avenue of Van Ness, where a successful fire break was created after the residences of many city elite were demolished by dynamite to enhance its width. Between the wars, Clark served in a variety of staff and training roles. From 1921 to 1924 he served as an aide in the office of the Assistant


Monterey, California

immediately to San Jose, California, arriving 11 December 1941 to help protect the west coast and allay civilian fears of invasion. The 53rd Infantry Regiment was removed from the 7th Division and replaced with the 159th Infantry Regiment (159th Infantry Regiment (United States)), newly deployed from the California Army National Guard. For the early parts of the war, the division participated mainly in construction and training

roles. Subordinate units also practiced boat loading at the Monterey Wharf (Monterey, California) and amphibious assault techniques at the Salinas River (Salinas River (California)) in California. Carpenter was then appointed to the United States Naval Test Pilot School, class 13, at NAS Patuxent River (Naval Air Station Patuxent River) in 1954. He continued at Patuxent until 1957, working as a test pilot in the Electronics Test Division


Germany

''' was a German (Germany) two-seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft produced in very small numbers from 1915. It was a further refinement of the B.I (AEG B.I) and B.II (AEG B.II), with a fresh tailplane assembly (Empennage), but was still only just adequate in performance and did not attract much interest. The B.III was put into reconnaissance and training roles in 1915, but was soon replaced by armed aircraft in the German military. While at the LSE in the 1930s, Laski developed


France

Hudsons far surpassed any previous order the company had received. The Hudson served throughout the war, mainly with Coastal Command but also in transport and training roles as well as delivering agents into occupied France. They were also used extensively with the Royal Canadian Air Force's anti-submarine squadrons. '''Édouard Ménétries''' (2 October 1802 – 10 April 1861) was a French (France) entomologist, zoologist, and herpetologist. In 1864, Satow


United States

in training roles, both in Canada and the UK, to free up more Lee-Enfields for the front. After the United States entered the war in 1917, Ross rifles were shipped to the U.S. for the same reasons, freeing up supplies of the M1903 Springfield rifle. Hughes' reputation was inevitably tarnished, but Sir Charles Ross had already made a considerable fortune from his rifle design and manufacturing contracts. Allowed to return to Germany in 1948, Walter worked for the Paul Seifert Engine Works

operated by the RAF thereafter. The Hudson was the first significant aircraft construction contract for the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation (Lockheed Corporation)—the initial RAF order for 200 Hudsons far surpassed any previous order the company had received. The Hudson served throughout the war, mainly with Coastal Command but also in transport and training roles as well as delivering agents into occupied France. They were also used extensively with the Royal Canadian Air


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