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Maputo

Mozambique (Maputo International Airport) *Bilene (Apopo Training Field) '''Tswiza''' is a village in the province of Masvingo, Zimbabwe. It is located about 25 km north


Toruń

;one of the crowning achievements of medieval sculpture." Polish Army Square Until World War I, near the Stanisławów's old road was located a big complex of barracks for the Tsar's army. It was changed into a military training field in the Second Polish Republic days. ''Dywizjon Artylerii Pomiarowej z Torunia (Toruń)'' ''Artillery Measurement Detachment from Toruń'' was stationed there, for which were built headquarters, an orchestra's building and 3 house buildings. In 1949 and 1956 the unit's area became the headquarters of ''Centralny Ośrodek Szkolenia Informacji Wojskowej'' (English: Army's Information Training's Centre) and was kept in secret. Since 1957 in barracks is stationed ''1. Pułk Piechoty 1. Dywizji Piechoty im. Tadeusza Kościuszki (Tadeusz Kościuszko)'' (English: 1st Infantry Regiment of 1st Tadeusz Kościuszko's Infantry Division). On the unit's area were built a lot of blocks, an amphitheatre, allotment's garden ''Zachęta'', trade's pavilion and 'Kościuszkowiec' Club. Today, the estate has 2000 inhabitants and is an open area. WikiPedia:Toruń Dmoz:Regional Europe Poland Voivodships Kuyavia and Pomerania Torun Commons:Toruń


United States Department of War

aviation training field. Named after Arizona World War I ace Frank Luke, the base churned out more than 13,500 pilots during the war, making it the largest advanced flying school in the world. Luke Air Field also generated an estimated $3.5 million a year for local businesses. Administrative history The site was established February 21, 1929, and transferred from the War Department (United States Department of War) to the National Park Service on August 10, 1933


Montgomery, Alabama

Television Network RTN affiliate) Lowndes County is part of the Montgomery (Montgomery, Alabama) Metropolitan Statistical Area (Montgomery Metropolitan Area). thumb left "Daredevil Lindbergh" in his Curtiss JN-4 "Jenny" in 1923. (File:"Daredevil Lindbergh".jpg) Lindbergh's first solo flight did not come until May 1923 at Souther Field (Jimmy Carter Regional Airport) in Americus, Georgia, a former Army flight training field where he had come to buy


Mozambique

season in the US series to feature the Yield. To date, this is also the last season that did not start or finish in Los Angeles. *Ushuaia (Martial Glacier) * Many white people have migrated to South Africa


Dallas

that instead of flying directly to Mexico City, the team should pass by Frankfurt and Dallas before), on arrival it was clear that the Portuguese organization cared too much about altitude training, neglecting other aspects. The hotel, although suitable, had no safety measures, which meant it was often crowded with national and foreign reporters; the training field was sloped and poorly treated; and local amateur teams were invited for preparation matches. Presented


Phoenix, Arizona

Department for a dollar a year to build an advanced aviation training field. Named after Arizona World War I ace Frank Luke, the base churned out more than 13,500 pilots during the war, making it the largest advanced flying school in the world. Luke Air Field also generated an estimated $3.5 million a year for local businesses. Dr. Keizs has attended and or presented at national and international conferences, e.g. Co-presenter at First Annual International Conference for Community


Mexico City

of flying directly to Mexico City, the team should pass by Frankfurt and Dallas before), on arrival it was clear that the Portuguese organization cared too much about altitude training, neglecting other aspects. The hotel, although suitable, had no safety measures, which meant it was often crowded with national and foreign reporters; the training field was sloped and poorly treated; and local amateur teams were invited for preparation matches. Presented as a peaceful city, Saltillo


Manila

. It was classed as a fighter field, but had few facilities and was little used by combat planes then or later. Iba Field, on the Zambales coast well north of Subic Bay, had been a training camp for the Philippine Constabulary. It was to be used for a few short months by the Air Force as a gunnery training field, but it lacked facilities for extended operations. About 4:30 am on 8 December the first fragmentary news of the Attack on Pearl Harbor was received in Manila. There had been an even earlier flash, caught about 3:30 by the commercial radio station at Clark Field, but as no verification had come through, no action was then taken beyond notifying the base commander. The Navy, however, had had the news since 3:00 am and most of their installations were alerted by 3:30. A radio operator had picked up a message in the clear, in Morse Code. It was twice repeated, and he recognized the sending technique of the operator at Pearl Harbor. This message was sent to Admiral Hart and to General MacArthur's Headquarters. Apparently it reached General MacArthur at about 4:00 am and within a few minutes Air Headquarters also had been notified. Official confirmation did not come through, at least to the 24th Pursuit Group, till about 4:45. At 5:30 A.M. General Headquarters issued an official statement that Pearl Harbor had been heavily attacked by Japanese submarines and planes and that a state of war existed between the United States and the Empire of Japan. The ''Essex'' group, with ''Santa Fe'', started for Manus (Manus Island) for upkeep on 1 November, but was diverted to the Philippines because of a report that Japanese surface units were approaching Leyte. Although the rumor proved false, the carrier planes were nevertheless needed to cope with heavy enemy air attacks on the troops and shipping around Leyte. Friendly airfields were not yet fully ready. ''Santa Fe'' WikiPedia:Manila Commons:Category:Manila Dmoz:Regional Asia Philippines Regions National Capital Region City of Manila


Lebanon

Korea national football team North Korea . On 4 September 2003 Lebanon faced North Korea in Pyongyang. A goal from Buddy Farah saw Lebanon defeat the home side 1–0. It was reported that prior to the Lebanon-North Korea fixture the Lebanese camp had been mis-treated as hotel conditions were very poor and their training field contained goats and sheep.


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