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May 4, 2001, marked the initial unveiling of the Milwaukee Art Museum's new expansion and renovation which combines art, dramatic architecture and landscape design. Our new Quadracci Pavilion, the first Santiago Calatrava-designed building in the United States, features a 90-foot high glass-walled reception hall enclosed by the Burke Brise Soleil, a sunscreen that can be raised or lower...
|This is the stadium for the Cirque Du Soleil show La Nouba in Orlando, Florida based at Downtown Disney||11/21/2006||386|
|The Arleigh Burke class of guided missile destroyers (DDGs) is the first destroyer of the United States Navy built around the Aegis combat system and the SPY-1D multi-function phased array radar. The first ship was commissioned on 4 July 1991. After the decommissioning of the last Spruance-class destroyer, USS Cushing, on September 21, 2005, the Arleigh Burke class ships became the U.S. Navy's ...||05/28/2010||252|
|USS Michael Murphy (DDG-112) is the 62nd ship of the Arleigh Burke-class destroyers. |
She is named for Medal of Honor recipient Michael P. Murphy (1976–2005).
Her contract was awarded on 13 September 2002 to the Bath Iron Works and Vice Admiral John Morgan, the first commanding officer of Arleigh Burke, made the first cut of steel. DDG-112 was named Michael Murphy...
|Bath Iron Works (BIW) is a major American shipyard located on the Kennebec River in Bath, Maine. Since its founding in 1884 (as Bath Iron Works, Limited), BIW has built private, commercial and military vessels, most of which have been ordered by the United States Navy. The shipyard has built and sometimes designed battleships, frigates, cruisers and destroyers, including the Arleigh Burke class...||06/06/2010||527|
|An arrow pointing North painted on a hanger roof at Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport, Ohio Also points to a DC-3 being stripped for parts||01/31/2008||441|
|Setup of the tent for their show Corteo.|
From 1. September 2012 to 7. October 2012 they performed their show Corteo on the site of the former Hardturm Stadium.
At the roadside you can see a billboard of the show.
|19 July 1944 |
Success still crowned the efforts of Major Burke as a Group leader on the difficult mission to the Schleissheim Airdrome Installations at Munich. The target was partially obscured by clouds and the flak holed eighteen of the twenty-three planes over the target, but 43 percent of the 1000 pound general purpose bombs were within 1000 feet of the briefed aiming point.
|31 July 1944 |
Back to Bucharest for the last mission of the month with the usual results over that target area. The target was the Prahova Oil Refinery which is located near the railroad tracks in the northwest section of the City. The cloud coverage was five tenths. As usual there was moderate, inaccurate flak. Only 8.8 percent of the bombs were scored within a 1000 feet of the ...
|The Grand Prix of Cleveland was an open wheel automobile racing event in the Champ Car World Series, held annually at Burke Lakefront Airport in Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America. The 2006 race, held on June 25, marked the 25th anniversary of the event. With the absorption of the Champ Car series into the rival Indy Racing League, the 2008 race was cancelled and attempts to revive the r...||11/17/2011||434|
|6 July 1944 |
The target for Mission No. 56, which was approximately 600 feet square, was probably the smallest target ever assigned to this Group. It was an oil storage plant in open country near an airdrome at the Town of Aviano, Italy. Major Burke continued to be the fair-haired Group leader when a score of 48 percent was recorded for this mission. Then 1st Lt. Ausbon E. Aldred...
|Circus Knie (French Cirque Knie) is the main circus of Switzerland. It is often called the National Circus though it receives no State funding. The circus is based in Rapperswil.|
The circus was founded in 1803 by the Knie family and has existed in its present form since 1919 when it changed for an open arena to a covered tent. The circus has been long famous for its animals and now...