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|Tugboats doing what they do best: tugging. Actually, these tugboats are pushing and pulling this ship (likely a barge) in a semicircle, aligning it properly. Location: Yokohama, Japan. ||02/07/2006||613|
|A containership with 2 tugboats in the Haven of Genua (Italy).||08/25/2005||326|
|In October 2013, it was announced Forrestal would be scrapped by All Star Metals in Brownsville, Texas at a cost of 1 cent. She left the Philadelphia Naval Yard via a team of tugboats at 5:00AM on 4 February 2014.|
Dam, North of Lake Kariba.
Look also on the left: solar panels!
On 26, 27 December 1944, The heroic efforts of American forces in the action at Bastogne need no retelling. However, few historians give more than a casual mention of the part that gliders and glider pilots played in this important action. Flying their frail aircraft into a hail of enemy flak and ground fire, the glider pilots who participated in this battle carried to ...
|Location of sinking around the world by enemy action.
Informations are from uboat.net. Thx.||08/29/2005||1,536|
|Brading Cricket Club is on the outskirts of Brading Isle of Wight, UK. Here we see the local team in action |
|The first Royal Navy ship to be sunk in action for nearly forty years, the wreck is a designated war grave.||07/24/2006||760|
|its the bridge when the car gets in the way whit the big tommy gun||01/26/2006||382|
|Here's the MOXIE theater in Springfield Mo. Known for showing great films like Troma's "ROCK AND ROLL SPACE PATROL: ACTION IS GO!" ||08/28/2007||479|
|In the evening of October 2. 1961 14 families (53 citicens) of the village Böseckendorf fled over the newly erected border fence between West Germany and the GDR. It was the biggest common escape from the GDR ever known.|
The escape was preceded by the systematic expansion of the border by the GDR leadership. After close to Böseckendorf been the first concrete post had been set up...
|After having lately celebrated the 500 eme anniversary of its creation, the arsenal extends on 268 ha and 10 km of quays, have 30 km of roads, employ more than 12 000 persons and shelter about thirty buildings of the Force of Naval Action.||12/14/2005||554|
|Radio-TV Serbia (RTS) buildings bombed by NATO on April 23, 1999 in action against Slobodan Milosevic's government.||01/16/2006||472|