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United States Army Air Forces in Australia print that page


During World War II , the United States Army Air Forces established a series of airfields in Australia for the collective defense of the country, as well as for conducting offensive operations against the Imperial Japanese Army and Navy. It was from these airports and airfields in Australia

Auxiliary Forces print that page

The Moroccan Auxiliary Forces (French: Forces Auxiliaires Marocaines, Arabic: القوات المساعدة) is a paramilitary force which supplements the military, gendarmery and police when needed. They have a military status, but follow the command the Ministry of the Interior of Morocco

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Armed forces print that page


The armed forces of a country are its government -sponsored defense, fighting forces , and organizations. They exist to further the foreign and domestic policies of their governing body , and to defend that body and the nation it represents from external aggressors. In some countries paramilitary

Anti-Gaddafi forces print that page

The Legend Anti-Gadaffi Forces are Libyan groups opposed to the government of Muammar Gaddafi . These opposition forces include organised and armed militia groups, participants in the 2011 Libyan civil war , Libyan diplomats that no longer support the Gaddafi-led government and Libyan

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/16 12:01:33

Spaghettification print that page


shapes (rather like spaghetti ) in a very strong gravitational field, and is caused by extreme tidal forces . In the most extreme cases, near black holes , the stretching is so powerful that no object can withstand it, no matter how strong its components. Within a small region the horizontal

Apparent weight print that page

certain contexts the phrase apparent weight may either mean the same, or be affected by external forces other than gravity, for example making it zero in the case of levitation . Contents 1 Definition 2 Relation with g-force and mechanical resistive forces 3 Case without non

wikipedia.org | 2011/5/11 0:06:55

Virtual work print that page


displacements δq i , i=1,..., n . Virtual work can now be described as the work done by the applied forces and the inertial forces of a mechanical system as it moves through a set of virtual displacements. Contents 1 History 2 Introduction 3 Static equilibrium 3.1 Constraint

Continuum mechanics print that page

The concept of a continuum 2 Major areas of continuum mechanics 3 Formulation of models 4 Forces in a continuum 5 Kinematics: deformation and motion 5.1 Lagrangian description 5.2 Eulerian description 5.3 Displacement field 6 Governing equations 6.1 Balance laws 6.2

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Edward Pietrzyk print that page


Military Academy of Artillery and in 1988 became the deputy commander of Polish artillery and rocket forces of the Warsaw Military Area. In 1990, Pietrzyk graduated from the General Staff Academy of the USSR and after two years of service as the deputy chief of operations of the General

Iraq Body Count project print that page

deaths". [ 4 ] Contents 1 Project statement 2 Method 3 Sources 4 Web counters 5 Body count 6 2006 7 March 2003 to March 2005 report 8 Iraq War Logs 9 Criticisms and counter-criticisms 9.1 English-language versus Arabic-language media sources 9.2 Undercounting

wikipedia.org | 2011/9/13 22:52:20