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|Typhoon Kai-Tak was a powerful typhoon when it was observed by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on the Terra satellite at 10:10 a.m. local time on October 30, 2005. At that time, Typhoon Kai-Tak had sustained winds of 140 kilometers per hour (85 miles per hour), and the storm continued to gather strength as it moved northeastward toward a projected landfall on the northern Vie...||11/01/2005||775|
|ZJ806 with ZJ807 as part of the Triplex deployment for evaluations for the Next Generation Fighter competition to select a fighter for the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The Typhoon is competing with the Rafale and F-15T for a contract of a maximum of 20 aircrafts. ||06/02/2008||1,620|
|Largest storm in 40 years to hit mainland China. Over 100 reported dead so far. This storm struck (August 11) with nearly 150 mph winds. Probably nearly the strength of Hurricane Katrina from last year. Image courtesy of MODIS Rapid Response Project at NASA/GSFC. 500m resolution.||08/12/2006||1,192|
|The Project 941 or Akula, Russian "Акула" ("Shark") class submarine (NATO reporting name: Typhoon) is a type of nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine deployed by the Soviet Navy in the 1980s. With a maximum displacement of 33,800 tons, the Typhoons are the largest class of submarine ever built.|
|Typhoon class submarine in Severodvinsk||09/21/2009||10,072|
|Just weeks after taking a beating from Typhoon Man-Yi in mid-July 2007, Japan’s southern islands were visited by Typhoon Usagi in early August. Although not as strong as Man-Yi, Usagi still forced the region to cancel air traffic and ferry services, and it left tens of thousand of homes without power, said news reports.|
This image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradio...
|On a test platform at Madrid -Getafe.||10/24/2006||1,322|
|The third Typhoon at Severodvinsk, likely TK-17, is seen at a weapons loading dock. It cannot be determined if the missiles visible pierside are being loaded or unloaded. The presence of multiple missiles, however, makes the identification of this vessel as TK-17 seem most plausible. TK-208 is still active, conducting flight tests of the new Bulava SLBM. Only one Bulava has ever been fired duri...||08/19/2007||584|
|Aircraft Accident of the 08 DEC 2002 accident of a Shorts 330-200 at Guam-AB Won Pat International Airport.|
The Shorts was inside a hangar at Guam when typhoon "Pongsona" hit. It was blown into the wall and the fuselage was ripped open aft of the cockpit. It was seen at Guam in 2005, being used for spares.
|Two days after D-Day, maintenance and construction commando squadrons arrived in Normandy to build airstrips. Ground crews of No 144 Wing (including Nos 441, 442 and 443 Squadrons) were deployed near Banville as early as June 9th, 1944. Both air and ground crews had to get used to the dust and lack of comfort of their temporary facilities. The bases and support personnel of the other Spitfire a...||10/22/2008||952|
|Hurricane Cosme was the third named storm in the 2007 eastern Pacific hurricane season. Cosme formed in a common area for hurricanes to start—off the Pacific coast of Mexico—and it tracked north and west. Cosme built power from its initial Tropical Depression state on July 14 to a minimal Category 1 hurricane on July 16. |
At 10:45 a.m. local time (19:45 UTC) on July 16, 2007, whe...
|The USS Denver (LPD 9) Amphibious Task Group (ATG), along with the embarked 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), arrived in Manila Oct. 4 to assist the government of the Philippines in their relief efforts in the wake of Tropical Storm Ketsana and Typhoon Parma.|
Approximately 2,900 Sailors and Marines, along with trucks, helicopters and landing craft arrived on the dock-landing ...