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"Air Raids" is a book by Martin L. Parsons.
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Collier's New Encyclopedia (1921)
A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps
SANDBAG PROTECTION AGAINST AIR RAIDS “trail fire.” A small lever in the fuselage effects the release. Care must be exercised to release them alternately when they are carried beneath the wings so as not to disturb too much the ...
by Nigel West
Carpet bombing by B-52 air raids had failed to destroy COSV, so ground troops crossed the frontier but failed to find the headquarters, which was evacuated to central Cambodia. Although a major logistics center, lmown as “the city,” was ...
by Glenmore S. Trenear-Harvey
The warship then moved to Kiel for sea trials in the Baltic, where there were further ineffective air raids, and in January 1942, a combination of signals analysis and air intelligence showed it sailing to Trond- heim. While the Tirpitz sheltered in ...
by Norman Polmar, Thomas B. Allen
from frequent Japanese air raids. Japanese air raids on Nanking sank the U.S. Navy gunboat PANAT (PR 45) and brought the distant war home to Americans.
by Jean-Denis G.G. Lepage
enemy air raids and attacks on German cities, towns and installations. It functioned at all times, day and night, by taking reports from its members, from the Flugmeldedienst (Warning Service) and from the various related police or- ganizations, ...
by Cathal J. Nolan
Massive air raids against German cities and industrial plant, mounted by the United Kingdom and United States during World War II. The first raid hit Cologne on the night of May 30-31, 1942. The British subsequently bombed Germany by ...
Though Hussein was not o‡cially an allied target, the allies launched some 250 air raids against him. Otherwise, the primary targets in the air war shift from incapacitating Iraqi runways to destroying hardened aircraft shelters and hunting for ...
A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker
The Thomson-CSF company now developed an integrated computer system for Iraq to gather information from radars and use it to determine how to intercept incoming air raids most efficiently. The resulting integrated command, control, and ...
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On the eighteenth of December 1972, when we thought we were getting another of the hundreds of little tactical air raids, we heard the bombs going in out there in the railroad yards and this went on for about thirty minutes. (James Stockdale)
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