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USN Jet Training Squadron VT-26, at NAS Chase Field, TX.
Currently on display at Strickland’s Surplus, Inc in Wilmington, NC.
|Home to Britain's largest collection of tigers, this award winning zoo has been a dedicated ally to the tiger for over a quarter of a century. The Zoo also cares for a wide range of other animals including lions, leopards, jaguars, lemurs, monkeys, snakes, spiders and lizards. All our animals are housed in a wide variety of naturalistic enclosures that encourage them to display their natural be...||10/15/2009||492|
|"Bern" written on this hangar roof in..you guessed it..Bern.||03/06/2007||358|
|Picture shows stadium under construction!|
Name: STADE DE SUISSE Wankdorf Bern
First match: BSC YB - Olympique Marseille (July 16th, 2005)
Club: BSC Young Boys
|Here a trace, there a memory. Only if you drive into the hamlet of La Gleize via the Churchroad, you feel the ominous strengths of that dark December month. Because there, still as massive and threatening as it was on Saturday 16 December 1944, when it rattled over the border for that daring adventure, Obersturmbannführer Jochen Peipers last Tiger-tank stands.|
This Tiger II (Köni...
|LUFTMECHANISIERTE BRIGADE 1|
Standort (Base): Fritzlar
Hubschrauber (helicopters): Bo 105P (Anti-Tank), Tiger, NH90
Staffeln (squadrons): 2 Staffeln (nach Umgliederung drei Staffeln)
Bemerkungen (remarks): Gets/Erhält 2004 Helicopter Tiger.
|Near Utzingen east of the Swiss capital Bern the Government Bunker (Berner Regierungsbunker) of Switzerland is located. It's hidden under a barn at a farm.|
Up to the end of the Cold War it was a secret where it was, but after the end of the Communist countries around 1990 it was revealed where it is.
After the end of the Cold War the Swiss Parliament has often deba...
|Specifications (D.H. 82C):|
Engine: One 145-hp deHavilland Gipsy Major 1C inline piston engine
Weight: Empty 1,115 lbs., Max Takeoff 1,825 lbs.
Wing Span: 29ft. 4in.
Length: 23ft. 11in.
Height: 8ft. 10in.
Maximum Speed: 107 mph
Cruising Speed: 90 mph
Ceiling: 14,600 ft.
Range: 275 miles
|the modern history Slovak Air Force 1st (tiger) squadron has started after the independent Slovak Republic creation in January 1993. Since that date the MiG's-29 and the pilots of the 1st SQN |
have provided the air defense of the Slovak Republic and help to
the aircraft in emergencies.
|Two Tiger moths and a Spitfire at Cambridge Airport||08/02/2009||474|
|Old Detroit Tiger Stadium||08/01/2005||383|
|Flying airplanes are hard to find. This one is a special find, because the flying airplane is *just* on top of an airport (Airport Bern, Switzerland, in fact) allowing you to compare the sizes of the airplanes on the ground with the one in the air. Furthermore, there is a visible condensation trail.||10/21/2005||917|