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  Navy League of the United States - Citizens in Support of the Sea Services
Navy ships and aircraft squadrons stationed or already at sea along the nation's East, West, and Gulf Coasts were rapidly pressed into action for a new and unexpected mission--homeland defense.
Navy and Marine Corps aircraft were refueled in flight several times during their six- to 10-hour missions by a fleet of U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force aerial tankers.
Navy officials said it is impossible to determine at this early stage of the FY 2003 budget process how successful England and Clark will be in their quest to generate up to $10 billion in annual savings for new procurement.
www.navyleague.org /sea_power/almanac_jan_02_02.php   (6905 words)

 Desert Storm: The war with Iraq
Navy defense suppression aircraft supported all U.S. and coalition forces-- in fact, availability of the EA-6Bs was a go/no-go criterion for many strike missions.
The performance of the nearly 30,000 Navy men and nearly 500 aircraft aboard the carriers was unparalleled, and their mission statistics were impressive.
While the United States and its coalition partners unleashed General Schwarzkopf's "Hail Mary" play, the Iraqis were convinced that the battle would be joined at the center of their defensive lines along the Saudi-Kuwait border, and by amphibious assault.
www.history.navy.mil /wars/dstorm/ds5.htm   (7358 words)

 Aircraft Carriers - Navy Ships
The Navy's vision of the future is captured in the white paper "Forward...From the Sea." This document outlines the Navy's shift from preparing for an open-ocean war at sea with the Soviet Navy to focusing on regional threats to US national interests.
Although aircraft carriers are routinely deployed near traditional areas of potential conflict, the aircraft carrier can move to another area of the world should a crisis erupt, and be ready to operate upon arrival.
This bar on the nosegear of the aircraft attaches to a shuttle protruding from the flight deck and connects to a pair of pistons in the trough.
www.fas.org /man/dod-101/sys/ship/cv.htm   (3232 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
We are providing an additional logistics aircraft to support personnel and equipment movement throughout the fleet, and our newest Naval Reserve C-40A logistics aircraft are ferrying personnel and equipment to the Gulf with great reliability.
It is important to note that the Navy's requirements for Reservists to support the war are in addition to its need for Reservists to conduct 'normal' peacetime operations, including exercises, training, watch standing and administrative duties.
These have the potential of adding to the Navy's challenges at a time when it is fighting the war on terrorism and maintaining a forward presence worldwide.
www.navy.mil /navydata/testimony/personnel/jbtotushek020313.txt   (2454 words)

 U. S. Naval Aircraft Designations 1939-45
Navy suffix letter codes can be very confusing, as the same letter can stand for more than one special use.
By the way, the letter V was already in use to indicate heavier-than-air aircraft and squadrons and O was is use for Observation aircraft, so I assume U was the next unused letter in the name Vought.
In late 1942, General Motors Eastern Aircraft Division started manufacturing the Grumman F4F-4 design, but since it was being built by Eastern, the Navy gave it the new designation FM-1, with M being the code for General Motors Eastern Aircraft Division.
rwebs.net /avhistory/acdesig/usnavy.htm   (1714 words)

 Made out of people: Borges and the Wikipedia
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The major feeling from finishing a dissertation is that of getting a weight off your shoulders, and after that little while of staying hunched--"but I need to, it's HEAVY"!--the first thing you do is to stand up, and discover that you CAN.
drzaius.ics.uci.edu /blogs/danyelf/archives/000346.html   (265 words)

 Michael Scott Speicher, Lieutenant Commander, United States Navy
The United States has warned Iraq it may become the next target in the war on terror unless it allows U.N. weapons inspectors back in the country to investigate Western claims the country is building weapons of mass destruction.
The report stated that Commander Speicher's aircraft was shot down by an Iraqi jet firing an air-to-air missile, and that the jet crashed in the desert west of Baghdad.
The Navy changed Speicher's status not because it has evidence that he is alive but because an accumulation of facts in recent years led it to doubt earlier signs that he died in a fiery crash, officials said.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /msspeicher.htm   (18260 words)

 HyperWar: U.S. Navy in World War II
HyperWar: U.S. Navy in World War II Including the United States Coast Guard, which operates as part of the Navy during wartime.
United States Government Manual, 1945 for the organization of the Navy Department.
A Department of the Navy reference publication which describes the naming of decks and divisions and the numbering of frames and compartments, as well as providing a glossary of terms and a list of abbreviations used on blueprints.
www.ibiblio.org /hyperwar/USN   (961 words)

 Navy Matters | Future Joint Combat Aircraft   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The aircraft was also required to have increased range relative to the current Sea Harrier and to be able to support internal and external weapon carriage.
One wing of two "dark blue" squadrons (to be numbered 800 and 801) will have a majority of Royal Navy personnel, while there will be a second wing of two "light blue" squadrons (No.1(F) and IV squadrons, with No. 3 squadron disbanding) with a manning balance in favour of the RAF.
Squadron aircraft would be cycled through storage to ensure the fleet accumulated hours evenly across airframes.
navy-matters.beedall.com /jca.htm   (12645 words)

 Wars and conflicts of the U.S. Navy
Casualties: U.S. Navy and Marine Corps personnel killed and wounded in wars, conflicts and incidents with hostile forces, 1775-present.
This Library of Congress report lists instances in which the United States has used its armed forces abroad in situations of conflict or potential conflict or for other than normal peacetime purposes.
List of Expeditions Formed and Landings Effected by the U.S. Naval Force in Central America, Mexico and the West Indies, From 1901 to May 1, 1929
www.history.navy.mil /wars   (914 words)

 Thirty Thousand Feet - Military Aviation
Navy Flight Test The mission of the Navy's flight test organization is to support the development and acquisition of naval aeronautical and related technology systems.
Aircraft Nose Art This is a Web site for those who appreciate or collect art and photography relating to combat aircraft, pin-up art, photography and aircraft nose art.
The Commemorative Air Force The CAF is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to preserve, in flying condition, a complete collection of combat aircraft which were flown by all military services of the United States in World War II, and also to preserve the memories and experiences of those who built, serviced and flew them.
www.thirtythousandfeet.com /military.htm   (6451 words)

 Jane's Information Group
The United Arab Emirates is emerging as a formidable military power in the volatile Gulf region.
The Italian Navy's air arm is currently embarking on an ambitious recapitalisation programme that, if fully funded, will yield a far more flexible and capable organic aviation capability.
The US Navy's Littoral Combat Ship programme is ramping up, with both team leaders Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics announcing milestones in their respective programmes during October.
www.janes.com   (1008 words)

 Avon Parks EIS Website   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-07)
The Navy is lead agency on this EIS and the United States Department of the Air Force (Air Force) is a cooperating agency.
The FRTP prepares Navy CSGs for deployment and prepares Navy personnel to function as a part of a coordinated fleet or joint fighting force with the capacity to accomplish multiple missions in a hostile environment.
Each of the carriers is assigned a Carrier Airwing consisting of nine aircraft squadrons (approximately 78 tactical aircraft).
www.avonpark.ene.com   (348 words)

 GuruNet — Content Map
list of United States Marine Corps aircraft squadrons
list of United States Marine Corps marine expeditionary units
List of United States metropolitan statistical areas by population
www.gurunet.com /cm-dsid-2222-letter-1L-first-28801   (121 words)

 Made out of people: August 2004 Archives
The How to Spot Vandalism page lists a series of Google searches to help catch random defacement of wiki pages; the Vandalism in Progress page gives a pretty good sense of where the community is worried.
The list of Most Wanted Gmail Features is a list that is, I think, meant to help gmail "catch up" to other mailers.
In particular, I choose a list of blogs, and my aggregator presents it to me. If I join a conversation on a post -- by responding to the post, say -- the conversation still drifts away into the past.
drzaius.ics.uci.edu /blogs/danyelf/archives/2004_08.html   (5814 words)

 WWII USN Squadron Patch Insignia Page ~ US Navy Logos
On March 1, 1943, the Navy redesignated VS-10 as VB-20 and assigned it to Air Group 10.
When I reported to the pilot pool at San Diego I was told that the Pacific Fleet had all the replacement SBD pilots that it needed.
Dad went on to 24 years in Navy, retired a Commander, was CO of va-54 and va-151.
members.aol.com /brimiljeep/WebPages/SquadronPatchNAVYPg.html   (1139 words)

 Navy Patrol Bombing Squadrons 102/14 Association - Squadron Home Page
Navy Patrol Bombing Squadrons 102/14 Association - Squadron Home Page
Any comments may be sent to the Association Coordinator
Copyright © 1998 Navy Bombing Squadrons 102/14 Association
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