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The Aermacchi or Macchi MB-326 was a light military jet aircraft designed in Italy. Originally conceived as a two-seat trainer aircraft, there were also single and two-seat light attack versions.
|A light aircraft flying towards Kenosha airport, Wisconsin.||06/23/2006||458|
|The loading of Buran on the trailer is carried out thanks to the crane ПУА-100. This is a unique electro-hydro-mechanics system having a broad range of technical possibilities, in spite of the considerable loads. ПУА-100 ensures the unloading of various loads delivered to the cosmodrome by the transport aircraft such as the Telamon or the An-225 'Mriya'.||01/16/2007||619|
|Port Newark - Newark, NJ. Loads and loads of new cars come in and are stored here before getting shipped off to dealers.||08/09/2005||869|
|Hi-Res Light Aircaft in flight over Munich||01/12/2008||453|
|A light plane flying parallel to the coast off Newport Beach (Sydney) Possibly whale spotting. (There seems to be a whale-size object in the water approximately 60m NNE of the aircraft.)||08/02/2006||560|
|The first light in 1868 at this location was a light lit on the beach by Hans Martin Hanson. Hanson had purchased acres here and was concerned about ship safety.|
The first official light established by the Lighthouse Service in 1887, was a brass kerosene lantern hung from a post on the side of a barn. Hanson was hired to care for the light and was paid $15 a month for his efforts...
|A Light Aircraft Landing at Luis Munoz Marín International Airport, Puerto Rico.||01/27/2008||621|
|A light aircraft crashed near Broughton, U.K ||05/21/2008||1,615|
|Originally built in 1797 and reconstructed in 1857, Cape Cod Highland Lighthouse is the oldest, highest, and most important lighthouse on Cape Cod. The first light was from whale oil, then lard oil, then kerosene, then electricity in 1932. Automated since 1986, it is still a functioning U.S. Coast Guard light. Locally it is known as Highland Light yet on maritime charts it is officially named C...||09/03/2006||514|
|A light aircraft taking off from Buttonville Municipal Airport near Toronto||05/05/2009||354|
|1. 16 Destroyer, 1100 -1300 ts.|
1a. Destroyer "Broke"-Class, 1480 ts.
2. Minesweeper, 830 ts.
2a. Minesweeper, 710 ts.
3. Heavy cruiser "York", 175 m long, 17,4 m beam, 8250 ts.
4. Guardboat "Kingsfisher"-Class, 510 - 530 ts.
5. Light Cruiser "Emerald", 7500 ts.
6. Light Cruiser "D"-Class, 4850 ts.
7. Light Cruiser "Calypso"-Cla...