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  • 1Landing — is the last part of a flight, where a flying animal, aircraft, or spacecraft returns to the ground. When the flying object returns to water, the process is called alighting, although it is commonly called landing and touchdown as well. A normal… …

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  • 2helicopter — /hel i kop teuhr, hee li /, n. 1. any of a class of heavier than air craft that are lifted and sustained in the air horizontally by rotating wings or blades turning on vertical axes through power supplied by an engine. v.i. 2. to fly in a… …

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  • 3Helicopter prison escapes — A helicopter prison escape is when a helicopter either plucks inmates from the prison or lands and picks up prisoners on prison grounds. Listed below are attempts and actual escapes by helicopter. The helicopter can be either hijacked or piloted… …

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  • 4Armed helicopter — A CH 54 Tarhe of the US Army 1st Cavalry Division carrying a BLU 82/B bomb. An armed helicopter is a helicopter equipped with weapons …

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  • 5Dallas Love Field — This article is about the airport in Dallas, Texas. For the airport in Prescott, Arizona, see Ernest A. Love Field. For the neighborhood around Love Field, see Love Field, Dallas, Texas (Neighborhood). Dallas Love Field USGS aerial photo as of… …

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  • 6Emergency landing — For other uses, see Emergency landing (disambiguation). Crash landing redirects here. For other uses, see Crash landing (disambiguation). JetBlue Airways Flight 292 making an emergency landing at LAX An emergency landing is a landing made by an… …

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  • 7U.S. Helicopter Armament Subsystems — The United States military has developed a number of Helicopter Armament Subsystems since the early 1960s. These systems are used for offensive and defensive purposes and make use of a wide variety of weapon types including, but not limited to… …

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  • 82006 Eagle III helicopter accident — Infobox Airliner accident name = 2006 Eagle III helicopter accident Crash Image caption = Date = April 13, 2006 Type = Loss of directional control Site = GRBC Rescue Heliport, Green Bay, Wisconsin Destination = Local post maintenance flight… …

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  • 9Naval Auxiliary Landing Field Ford Island — NALF Ford Island IATA: none – ICAO: PHNP – FAA LID: NPS Summary …

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  • 10Floyd Bennett Field — For the airport in Queensbury, New York, see Floyd Bennett Memorial Airport. Floyd Bennett Field Historic District U.S. National Register of Historic Places …

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  • 11Marine Corps Outlying Field Camp Davis — MCOLF Camp Davis Greater Sandy Run Training Area USGS aerial image – 8 March 1993 IATA: none – ICAO: none – FAA LID: 14NC …

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  • 12Northwest Field (Guam) — Northwest Field Northwest Guam AFB Part of Twentieth Air Force …

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  • 13Argentine ground forces in the Falklands War — This is a list of the ground forces from Argentina that took part in the Falklands War. For a list of ground forces from the United Kingdom, see British ground forces in the Falklands War.Operation Rosario (April 2)* Amphibious Task Group 40.1… …

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  • 14Hanscom Field — For other uses, see Bed (disambiguation). : For the U. S. Air Force use of this facility, see Hanscom Air Force Base Infobox Airport name = Hanscom Field Hanscom Air Force Base IATA = BED ICAO = KBED FAA = BED type = Public / Military owner =… …

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  • 15Tahanuku — is a village in the Solomon Islands, on Rennell Island in the Rennell and Bellona province.Tahanuku village is some distance from Tigoa police post and in the middle of the village on the southern side of Copperhead rd is the sports… …

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  • 16Abkürzungen/Luftfahrt/E–K — Dies ist der dritte Teil der Liste Abkürzungen/Luftfahrt. Liste der Abkürzungen Teil 1 A A Teil 2 B–D B; C; D Teil 3 E K E …

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  • 17Air assault — An Air Assault is a tactical or operational manoeuvre of an infantry unit airlifted by helicopters, usually to fulfil an aerial envelopment role in a larger ground operation plan. The role of the assaulting force is rarely to immediately engage… …

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  • 18Operation Bribie — Part of the V …

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  • 19Battle of Ia Drang — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Battle of Ia Drang partof=the Vietnam War caption=1/7 Cavalry at LZ X Ray date=November 14 ndash; November 18, 1965 place=coord|13|35|N|107|43|E|type:landmark|display=title,inline Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam casus …

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  • 20Brownout (aviation) — In aviation, a brownout (or brown out ) is an in flight visibility restriction due to dust or sand in the air.cite book publisher = National Transportation Safety Board title = Special Investigation Report on Emergency Medical Services Operations …

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