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  The Parachute Regiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Wuerzburg radar on the coast of France was attacked by British Paratroopers in Operation Biting on February 27, 1942.
Operation Varsity - The Rhine Crossing was the biggest and most successful airborne operation in history and it marked the beginning of the end for Germany.
In the Suez Crisis, Operation Musketeer needed the element of total surprise to succeed, and all 660 men had to be on the ground at El Gamil airfield and ready for action within four and a half minutes.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Parachute_Regiment   (1655 words)

 Bolt extracting tool - Patent 4713990
The biting edges of a toothed bit are forced into a damaged bolt or the like and rotated by operation of an impact wrench coupled to the toothed bit to rotationally disengage and extract the damaged bolt.
Biting edge 34 includes a peripheral end 38 disposed away from the body axis 20 and an inner portion 40 between the peripheral end 38 and the body axis 20.
According to this embodiment, biting edge 34 is inclined towards shank end 22 from the peripheral end 38 of edge 34 to the inner portion 40 of edge 34.
www.freepatentsonline.com /4713990.html   (1662 words)

 Operation Biting - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
During World War II, Operation Biting was a Combined Operations raid to capture components of a German Wuerzburg radar set at Bruneval, France, on 27/28 February, 1942.
On 5 December a low level reconnaissance flight by Tony Hill took very clear front and side pictures of the Wuerzburg radar with a person in the frame which allowed the size of the radar dish about 3 meters (10 feet) in diameter to be assesed.
The success of Operation Biting was splashed across the British press and went some way to improve the publics' morale after a string of failures of which the armed forces attempt to stop the German Channel Dash two weeks earlier was a recent example.
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Operation_Biting   (713 words)

 Probert Encyclopaedia: Battles (The Second World War Part 1)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Battle of Arnhem was an airborne operation by the Allies, between the 17th and 26th of September 1944 during the Second World War, to secure a bridgehead over the Rhine, thereby opening the way for a thrust towards the Ruhr and a possible early end to the war.
The Battle of Britain had been intended as a preliminary to the German invasion plan Operation Sea Lion, which Hitler indefinitely postponed on the 17th of September and abandoned on the 10th of October, choosing instead to invade the USSR, and the bombing raids were switched to civilian targets.
The Battle of Imphal was an Allied operation in 1944 during the Second World War to hold Japanese forces back from an important road junction in the Manipur district of north-east India, 600 km north-west of Calcutta.
www.probertencyclopaedia.com /FB4.HTM   (2538 words)

 [7.0] The Battle Of The Beams   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Freya operated in the band from 2.5 to 2.3 meters / 120 to 130 MHz, with a pulse width of 3 microseconds, a peak power output of 15 to 20 kW, and a PRF of 500 Hz.
The Telefunken radar operated in the range of 54 to 53 cm / 553 to 566 MHz, an extremely short wavelength for the time, with a pulse length of 2 microseconds, a peak power of 7 to 11 kW, and a PRF of 3,750 Hz.
He told the operators on Malta to go on using the radars as if they were perfectly effective, and local expertise managed to come up with some ways of "looking through" the jamming.
www.vectorsite.net /ttwiz7.html   (7653 words)

 Operation control system for a shredder - Patent 5207390
The refuse 20 at the refuse throw-in section 3 is fed to a shredding section (shredder main body) 9 while being crushed by the compression feeder 2, and it is shredded by the hammers 7 and the cutter bar 6.
Under the condition where the compression feeder 2 is normally biting refuse 20 and crushing it, the current value i.sub.c of the C.F. drive motor 34 for the compression feeder 2 is larger than a predetermined value.
That is, under the condition where the compression feeder 2 is normally biting refuse 20 and feeding it to the shredding section 9 while crushing it, as the shredding section 9 shreds the refuse 20, the current i.sub.s of the shredder motor 243 becomes larger than a no load current i.sub.s0.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5207390.html   (7486 words)

 Aquatint. Beguin.
The purpose of graining is to protect the plate during the biting process in such a way that the biting forms a series of little hollows.
For example, biting should not last longer than 5 or 6 minutes with a 33°B mordant (whose action is rapid and superficial) whereas a 46° solution can be left to bite the plate as long as twenty minutes.
Once the biting has begun, the pan must be rocked back and forth so that the fl liquid produced by the biting washes off the plate and is followed, without interruption, by a wave of fresh mordant.
www.polymetaal.nl /beguin/mapa/aquatint.htm   (6601 words)

During the 1960s The Regiment was involved in operations in Cyprus in 1964 (1 Para), Radfan in 1964 (3 Para), Borneo in 1965 (2 Para) and Aden in 1967 (1 Para).
The operation was hurriedly mounted and resulted in a scattered drop (the drop zone being selected in the air by the lead aircraft) fortunately unopposed, at Depienne.
Divisions normally are equipped to operate independently in the field, and thus have a full internal complement of supporting reconnaissance (one or two cavalry regiments in the light role), artillery (in modern times three or four regiments), engineers (about three squadrons), medical, supply and transport, etc.
pathfinderregt.tripod.com /regiment.htm   (4642 words)

 79th Infantry Division   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The operation was proposed by Adm. Lord Louis Mountbatten, Chief of Combined Operations, and C Coy., 2nd Para Bn.
The plan was for a company group of parachutists to attack and dismantle as much of the radar equipment as possible, before being extracted (with as much of the radar equipment as possible) by the Royal Navy under RAF fighter cover.
Operation 'Biting', the first true combined operation, was a complete success.
alliedarmy.net /1stad/web/aa1st.html   (3986 words)

 Bomber Command Art Prints
First Operation with 106 was a raid on the Nazi HQ at Aachen on 9/10th July 1941 with Fl Lt Stenner at the controls.
The first operational WWII sortie, on the night of 9/10th September 1940 was mine laying in the Bordeaux area and the first bombing sortie was on the night of 1st/2nd March 1941 against Cologne.
Operation Jericho was an immediate success as a positive direct result of the two leading squadrons (No.s 464 and 487) accurate bombing.
www.military-art.com /bomber_command.htm   (5140 words)

 The British Army Parachute Regiment   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Peace Keeping operations have made this a very previlant fact of modern soldiering and the move a to construct this new unit organisation a predent one.
For Operation Overlord Airborne forces provided protection for the huge amounts of troops which formed the invasion force at the beaches of Normandy in France.
The Foreign Legion, the Gendarmarie, and the DGSE have airborne units primarily for flexiability in insertion and for counter terrorist operations.
afwweb.orcon.net.nz /para.html   (4559 words)

 Page Title
On the night of 27th/28th February 1942 'C' Company of the 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment under the command of Major J D Frost was dropped by 51 Squadron RAF on the north coast of enemy occupied France near Le Havre.
The object of the operation was to secure German radar equipment from the station at Bruneval in order to assess the advance of German technology in this field.
The operation acted as a tonic to public morale and is the first Battle honour awarded to The Regiment.
home.freeuk.net /cornwallpara/page7.html   (591 words)

 WorldNetDaily: A Laos-y double-cross
In this update, LoBaido describes how the Lao government, in forcibly taking over a lucrative Western mining operation, is biting the hand that feeds it while threatening foreign nationals with death.
The communist government of Laos, after "nationalizing" a large Western mining company operating within its borders, has imprisoned a former member of Australia's elite military forces -- who was involved in providing security for the company -- and his wife.
Operations in Angola, Sierra Leone and Papua New Guinea conducted by Executive Outcomes -- the apartheid-era mercenary army and the largest private military on Earth -- have produced mixed results.
www.worldnetdaily.com /news/printer-friendly.asp?ARTICLE_ID=21203   (1325 words)

Operation Biting (Bruneval in northern France) was a daring Combined Operation raid to obtain German Radar components for analysis by experts.
In 1942, Schonland was Superintendent of the Army Operational Research Group (AORG) and he personally trained the R.E. sappers under the command of Lt Vernon, who accompanied Frost's paras with the specific purpose of dismantling the Wurzburg radar at Bruneval.
Two men were killed in the operation and six were missing, all of whom survived the war.
www.combinedops.com /Bruneval.htm   (2204 words)

 Military Medicine: Evaluation of the Malaria threat at the multipurpose range complex, Yongp'yong, Republic of Korea
As part of an operational effort to control the transmission of malaria after its reemergence in the Republic of Korea, a number of U.S. military and Korean civilian health workers assessed the situation at a large training site where two cases had been transmitted.
The closest village, Taesari, is 1 km from the billeting area and consists of 40 houses interspersed with rice fields and a single cattle operation with 10 animals in pens.
Portable light traps operated in the valley just west of the billeting area captured a wide variety of mosquitoes, some of which were abundant (Table I).
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3912/is_199909/ai_n8860987   (1453 words)

 Operation Begonia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Operation Begonia -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
The object was to locate escaped POWs in the interior and muster them on beach locations for extraction.
Faults in planning and the omission of radios resulted in hundreds of POWs being located and forwarded to the beaches, but only 50 actually meeting with the beach parties and being evacuated.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/O/Op/Operation_Begonia.htm   (91 words)

 "Beyond the Threshold of the Letter" by Renato Barilli
Lora Totino, that is, repeats the operation of biting off phonemes also in sound: "he records on tape the result of cancellations brought about by electronic means, thereby obtaining sharp caesurae.
This was a legitimate and pioneering operation not so much on the side of the "concrete" poets, who already then were working in this way, but for those like Spatola, "men of letters" who until that point had been living in the shadow of the Novissimi.
When the artist wished to pay homage to public stereotypes, and even if the legitimacy of dealing the "material of expression' was recognized, he or she would catch it as a fragment or particle derived from exact and impersonal forms of typography.
www.thing.net /%7Egrist/l%26d/barilli.htm   (1544 words)

 My Nail Biting Message Board!
When I was much younger, I was on a boat once, and I saw this older man biting and biting and biting away, and I really have to say it was not a pretty sight.
There are many reasons that people bite their nails but nail-biting is certainly nothing to be ashamed of.
My 2 year old, when I first saw her bite, I made another commitment to stop, and she stopped, and I try to avoid it when she's around, because if she sees me--she thinks it's cute or something and starts putting her hands in her mouth--like it's cute.
members.aol.com /Roseb441702/nail1.htm   (4245 words)

 Tarrackin's UK Parachute Regiment page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Parachute Regiment is the Airborne spearhead for those operations in which the British Army is involved.  They must be able to be deployed rapidly and capable of fighting in any environment; arctic, jungle, desert or urban surroundings (FIBUA or Fighting in Built Up Areas).
In more recent months units of the Parachute Regiment have been on excercise and operationing in the Middle East and in parts of Africa.
Recently the A2 version of the rifle has been issued but it has been quickly established that over £ 80 million has not been enough to elivate the plague of problems facing the troops using it.
home.clear.net.nz /pages/juni0r/paraspage.html   (4050 words)

 Charles Pickard (1915-1944)
He was the commander of the legendary Amiens Prison Raid (Operation Jericho) when a British formation of 15 Mosquito twin-engined bombers escorted by eight Typhoon fighters bombed the prison and Gestapo headquarters at Amiens in Northern France.
The Mossie at it was known made its first flight on 25th November 1940, and the mosquito made its first operational flight for the Royal Air Force as a reconnaissance unit based at Benson.
It was this plane that was crewed by Group Capt P.C. Pickard (pilot) and Fl Lt J.A. Broadley (navigator) on the famous Amiens prison raid (Operation Jericho) on the 18th February 1944.
www.chrishobbs.com /pickardcharles.htm   (1200 words)

 RAF Hunsdon
Later, 85 squadron were to change their Faithful Hurricanes for the twin engined Douglas Havoc and then later converted to Mosquito aircraft and enjoyed success as a fully fledged nightfighter squadron before moving to West Malling in the county of Kent.
Back on real operations he played a key role in the successful airborne raid called "Operation biting"against the German Wurzburg Radar Installation near Bruneval on the French coast near Le Havre where parts of this radar were removed by British paratroops for examination by scientists back in England.
John Alan "Bill"Broadley was born at Richmond in the county of Yorkshire in 1921.he joined the RAF on leaving school, and trained as an Observer, and flew many operations over Germany during the first two years of war.
www.wartime-airfields.com /id9.html   (1329 words)

 Stand To - Airborne - The Bruneval Raid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first Parachute Operation undertaken by the British 1st Airborne Division was a Company size raid on a radar installation near Ste.
Lord Louis Mountbatten, Chief of Combined Operations approved Operation Biting as an Airborne Raid because the strong beach defences made a sea landing dangerous.
Most of the vital parts of the radar were captured as well as three German prisoners, one of whom was a qualified radar operator.
www.standto.com /airborne/bruneval.html   (993 words)

 WWII GURPS: April 2005
December 1941 Czechoslovak agents trained by SOE were parachuted into their own homeland on Operation Anthropoid.
It was not until six months later, on 27 May 1942, that they were able to mount the attack - with the result that their quarry died of his wounds a week later.
Nov 8, 1942 - Party Action Operation Torch begins (U.S. invasion of North Africa).A joint U.S.-British force of 400,000 troops, under the direction of General Eisenhower, begins landing at Casablanca, Oran and Algiers in Morocco and Algeria..
wwiigurps.blogspot.com /2005_04_01_wwiigurps_archive.html   (3557 words)

 51 Squadron - History
Having operated successfully in the fighter, training, bomber, maritime and transport roles, the Squadron was now required to carry out electronic reconnaissance duties.
Known as Operation Corporate, this was the successful recapture of the Falkland Islands after the Argentinean invasion and occupation of the islands in March of that year.
The Squadron regularly deploys to the Middle East and Gulf, and was involved in Operation Bolton during 1998 culminating in providing invaluable support to allied aircraft participating in Operation Desert Fox during December 1998.
website.lineone.net /~redgoose/history.htm   (1033 words)

 RAF History - Bomber Command 60th Anniversary
Disbanded in 1919, No. 51 was re-formed in 1937 as a night-bomber squadron and when war broke out in September 1939, it was flying Whitleys with the Yorkshire-based No. 4 Group.
The radio was still working five minutes after the collision, but had to be shut off because of shorting; blue sparks were playing around the aircraft and there was danger of fire.
In that short five minutes, before the radio was cut off, the operator was able to send out an SOS which was received in England.
www.raf.mod.uk /bombercommand/h51.html   (898 words)

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