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|Kuwait's first museum was the residence of Sheikh Ahmed Al Jaber Al Sabah. The archaeological discoveries at Failaka created a need for a place to house these important finds. A department of Antiquity and Museums was also set up. The department bought the former home of the Al Badr family in Kuwait City and turned it into the first national museum while waiting to build a museum fit to house t...||07/03/2006||449|
|The 18th Fighter Squadron flies the Block 40 General Dynamics F-16C/D aircraft. |
In 1997, elements of the 18th FS deployed to Singapore and Malaysia to take part in dissimilar air combat tactic training as part of exercise COMMANDO SLING and COPE TAUFAN, respectively. The COPE TAUFAN deployment marked the first time Pacific Air Forces' F-16s had flown against MiG-29s.
|The 355th Fighter Squadron flies the Republic A/OA-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft. It was activated on 20 August 1993, replacing the deactivating 11th Tactical Air Support Squadron. The unit's primary missions included air strike control, close air support, interdiction, joint air attack team, escort, and combat search and rescue. |
In October 1998, the 355 FS deployed to support Oper...
|Camp Arifjan is a new $200 million state-of-the-art facility built courtesy of the Kuwaiti government. This new army base has literally risen out of the sand. The base will provide permanent support facilities for American troops in Kuwait, replacing temporary facilities that have been used since the Gulf War.||10/19/2005||2,752|
|"Welcome to Kuwait" written on the ground in front of the airport of Kuwait.||05/28/2006||470|
|One of the major mosques in Kuwait, but not quite as large as the Grand Mosque. Pretty well known, considering it is found on many photographs of Kuwait. Sadly, i can't find much written info on it.||06/28/2006||603|
|One of the Kuwait Government planes at Newburgh - Stewart International Airport.|
|Some of the interesting sites in kuwait. update (or change) if you wish||03/29/2006||883|
|The Liberation Tower is the tallest structure in Kuwait. Construction of the tower commenced before the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait on August 2, 1990. It was meant to be called The Kuwait Telecommunications Tower.|
When the invasion took place, construction, which was almost half-way complete, was put on hold. However, the structure received no damage, and construction resumed after ...
|2 military transport aircraft of the Tunisian Aire Force at Sidi Ahmed Air Force Base (DTTB) at Bizerte ( 60 Km) from Tunis||08/11/2006||513|
|A theme park in Kuwait. Is that a pirate ship in the middle?||07/01/2006||612|
|I found these strange spots on the Iraq/Kuwait delta. Does anyone have a clue what these are?||08/03/2005||970|