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Tabuk, Saudi Arabia

, Saudi Arabia Tabuk . By the end of the War, 72 successful TIALD missions had been flown. After the war, the Sqn continued its peacetime training role at RAF Honington as well as taking part in Operation Jural, the monitoring of a No-Fly Zone (Iraqi no-fly zones) in the South of Iraq below the 32nd parallel north. Ahead of Operation GRANBY (Operation Granby) in 1990 and the first Gulf War, the squadron deployed to Tabuk (Tabuk, Saudi Arabia) airbase. No. 16 was the lead


Umm Qasr

news world iraq article6297001.ece title Iraq's fledgling navy takes possession of its first naval patrol boat publisher The Times date 16 May 2009 accessdate 16 May 2009 location London first Richard last Owen There, additional training will be completed, before the vessel takes over duties from the British Royal Marine patrols, who will then revert to a training role of new crew. The vessels will be used to patrol the exclusive economic


Arkhangelsk

* Banská Bystrica, Slovakia (Radvanský jarmok) Renamed '''HMS ''Puncher'' (D79)''', the carrier served the Royal Canadian Navy except for Fleet Air Arm personnel in the Atlantic and Mediterranean for the duration of hostilities. Stationed with Home Fleet (British Home Fleet) at Scapa Flow, ''Puncher'' initially served in a training role, but was re-tasked to strike and convoy air protection (CAP) after her sister ship, HMS ''Nabob'' (HMS Nabob) was torpedoed off Norway in 1944. Also part of her squadron was the US escort carrier USS ''Shamrock Bay'' (USS Shamrock Bay). ''Puncher'' also provided convoy air protection on the Murmansk Arkhangelsk convoy (Arctic convoys of World War II) route which she did six times. Strike operations included German (Nazi Germany) occupied Norway against industrial and shipping targets such as the steel works at Narvik on the west coast of Norway. * WikiPedia:Arkhangelsk commons:Архангельск


Murmansk

), pp.693-4 Renamed '''HMS ''Puncher'' (D79)''', the carrier served the Royal Canadian Navy except for Fleet Air Arm personnel in the Atlantic and Mediterranean for the duration of hostilities. Stationed with Home Fleet (British Home Fleet) at Scapa Flow, ''Puncher'' initially served in a training role, but was re-tasked to strike and convoy air protection (CAP) after her sister ship, HMS ''Nabob'' (HMS Nabob) was torpedoed off Norway in 1944. Also


Democratic Republic of the Congo

110,000. Its equipment includes Russian-manufactured fighters, bombers, and transport planes. There are also Brazilian-made EMB-312 Tucano for training role, Czech-made L-39 for training and bombing role, Czech Zlin for training role and a variety of western made aircraft such as C-212\Aviocar, Sud Aviation Alouette III, etc. A small number of AAF personnel are stationed in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Kinshasa) and the Republic of the Congo (Brazzaville). Angola is bordered by Namibia to the south, Zambia to the east, the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north-east, and the South Atlantic Ocean to the west. The exclave of Cabinda (Cabinda (province)) also borders the Republic of the Congo to the north. Angola's capital, Luanda, lies on the Atlantic coast in the northwest of the country. It is estimated that Angola was host to 12,100 refugees and 2,900 asylum seekers by the end of 2007. 11,400 of those refugees were originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo-Kinshasa) who arrived in the 1970s. U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants. "World Refugee Survey 2008". Available Online at: http: www.refugees.org countryreports.aspx?id 2117. pp.37 As of 2008 there were an estimated 400,000 DRC (Democratic Republic of the Congo) migrant workers, World Refugee Survey 2008 – Angola, UNHCR. NB: This figure is highly doubtful, as it makes no clear distinction between migrant workers, refugees, and immigrants. at least 30,000 Portuguese (Portuguese people), Angola, U.S. Department of State. NB: Estimations in 2011 put that number at 100,000, and add about 150,000 to 200,000 other Europeans and Latin Americans. and more than 20,000 Chinese (Overseas Chinese) living in Angola. ANGOLA and reconstructing the country: Prevention made in China, PlusNews, 12 November 2008 Prior to independence in 1975, Angola had a community of approximately 350,000 Portuguese; See the carefully researched article by Gerald Bender & Stanley Yoder, ''Whites in Angola on the Eve of Independence. The Poitics of Numbers'', in: ''Africa Today'', 21 (4), 1974, pp. 23–27. Flight from Angola, ''The Economist '', 16 August 1975 puts the number at 500,000, but this is an estimate lacking appropriate sources. currently, there are just under 100,000 who are registered with the consulates, and increasing due to the debt crisis in Portugal. Commons:Category:Democratic Republic of the Congo Wikipedia:Democratic Republic of the Congo Dmoz:Regional Africa Congo, Democratic Republic of the


Nanjing

due to arms embargo, the surviving Gladiators were mostly relegated to the training role. Thomas 2002, p. 13. Then, when newer Japanese aircraft such as the Mitsubishi A6M entered the theatre, the Gladiators' days were numbered. American-born Chinese pilot John "Buffalo" Wong (John Wong), the first Gladiator flying ace and first American fighter ace of the Second World War (World War II), was eventually shot down


Angola

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Guangzhou

Group. The Chinese aviators considered the Gladiator an excellent fighter in its class. But pilots flying the Gloster fighter were soon finding it increasingly difficult to hold their own against the modern A5M, and because of a lack of spares due to arms embargo, the surviving Gladiators were mostly relegated to the training role. Thomas 2002, p. 13. Then, when newer Japanese aircraft such as the Mitsubishi A6M entered the theatre


Saudi Arabia

. These small (53 m) fibreglass vessels are single role mine hunters (SRMH) rather than minesweepers. Twelve ships were built for the Royal Navy and three ships were exported to Saudi Arabia. Three Royal Navy vessels were decommissioned following the Strategic Defence Review in 2003; ''Sandown'' (January 2005), ''Inverness'' (April 2005) and ''Bridport'' (July 2004). A further ship, ''Cromer'', was decommissioned and transferred to a training role at the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth (Dartmouth, Devon) in 2001 as ''Hindostan''. Baron was perhaps best known in the Northern California Bay Area for his structural design work on the Dumbarton (Dumbarton Bridge (California)), Golden Gate (Golden Gate Bridge), and Bay Bridge (San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge)s, as well as for his role in designing the roof structure of the St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco. Other projects in which he served as consultant include the retrofitting of bridges across Saudi Arabia, the proposed bridge across the Strait of Gibraltar, and the proposed Inter-Continental Peace Bridge (ICPB) which would have joined Alaska and Siberia. url http: www.volkskrant.nl binnenland article1274815.ece Met_aangepaste_Vikings_en_een_reuzengeweer_de_Chora-vallei_in accessdate 2009-08-13 Norway, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and others. The M82 also is widely used for civilian .50 caliber long range shooting competitions, being fired accurately out to


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