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2000s United States military tanker aircraft

                                               

Breonadia salicina

Breonadia is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It was described by Colin Ernest Ridsdale in 1975. The genus contains only one species, viz. Breonadia salicina, which is found in tropical and southern Africa from Mali ...

                                               

2000s United States military transport aircraft

                                               

2000s United States military utility aircraft

                                               

2000s Pakistani military reconnaissance aircraft

                                               

2000s United States military reconnaissance aircraft

                                               

2010s Chinese attack aircraft

                                               

2010s Indian attack aircraft

                                               

2010s United States attack aircraft

                                               

2010s Chinese fighter aircraft

                                               

2010s Chinese military transport aircraft

                                               

2010s Chinese military utility aircraft

                                               

2010s Japanese fighter aircraft

                                               

2010s United States fighter aircraft

                                               

2010s Israeli military reconnaissance aircraft

                                               

2010s United States military transport aircraft

                                               

2010s United States military reconnaissance aircraft

                                               

List of fictional airborne aircraft carriers

                                               

Aircraft squadrons of the United States Air Force

                                               

Aircraft squadrons of the United States Marine Corps

                                               

Aircraft squadrons of the United States Navy

                                               

Canadian Forces aircraft squadrons

                                               

Sri Lanka Air Force aircraft squadrons

                                               

British blimps operated by the USN

During the First World War, the US Navy trained crews at British bases, and operated British designed and built blimps on combat patrols. The Navy purchased three types of British blimps. Operations were flown in a US SSZ and airships operated by ...

                                               

French blimps operated by the USN

Records concerning the history of French airships in US Navy service are fragmentary. A number of airships of various classes were operated by the US Navy during World War I from the French Naval Base at Paimboeuf, which was designated a US Navy ...

                                               

ZMC-2

The ZMC-2 was the only successfully operated metal-skinned airship ever built. Constructed at Naval Air Station Grosse Ile by The Aircraft Development Corporation of Detroit, the ZMC-2 was operated by the U.S. Navy at Lakehurst, New Jersey from 1 ...

                                               

Rigid airships of the United States Navy

                                               

Attack helicopter

An attack helicopter is an armed helicopter with the primary role of an attack aircraft, with the capability of engaging targets on the ground, such as enemy infantry and armored fighting vehicles. Due to their heavy armament they are sometimes c ...

                                               

Uskok-class torpedo boat

The Uskok class or Četnik class was a class of motor torpedo boats built for the Royal Yugoslav Navy during the 1920s. Two boats were built by the Thornycroft Company based on their existing class of 17-metre-long Coastal Motor Boats, with Britis ...

                                               

Siege of Antioch (disambiguation)

Siege of Antioch may refer to: Siege of Antioch 1268 by the Mamelukes Siege of Antioch 1098 by the Crusaders Siege of Antioch 540 by the Sassanid Persians Siege of Antioch 968–969 by the Byzantines Siege of Antioch 970–971 by the Fatimids Siege o ...

                                               

Battle of Baghdad

Battle, Capture, Fall, or Siege of Baghdad may refer to: Siege of Baghdad 1733, Ottoman-Persian Wars Fall of Baghdad 1917, World War I Battle of Baghdad 2003, United States invasion of Iraq Capture of Baghdad 1638, Ottoman–Safavid Wars 1941 Iraqi ...

                                               

Sieges of Baghdad

The Siege of Baghdad 1258 was a victory for the Mongol leader Hulagu Khan, a grandson of Genghis Khan. who captured Baghdad and burnt it to the ground. The Siege of Baghdad 1157 in which the Seljuqs of Hamadan along with the Zengid of Mosul unsuc ...

                                               

Battle of Ctesiphon

Battle, fall, or siege of Ctesiphon may refer to: Battle of Ctesiphon 198 Battle of Ctesiphon 1915, between the British and Ottoman Empires Siege of Ctesiphon 637, the Arabian Rashidun army captures the Sasanian capital Battle of Ctesiphon 165 Ba ...

                                               

4th (City of Bristol) Battalion of the Gloucestershire Rifles

                                               

Hull Artillery Volunteers

                                               

106th (Lancashire Hussars) Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery

                                               

149th (Lancashire Hussars) Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery

                                               

306th (Lancashire Hussars) Heavy Anti-Aircraft Regiment, Royal Artillery

                                               

509th Field Company, Royal Engineers

                                               

510th Field Company, Royal Engineers

                                               

511th Field Park Company, Royal Engineers

                                               

2/1st Lancashire Hussars

                                               

3/1st Lancashire Hussars

                                               

Battle of Stepney

                                               

Venners Rising

                                               

Lines of Communication (London)

The Lines of Communication were English Civil War fortifications commissioned by Parliament and built around London between 1642 and 1643 to protect the capital from attack by the Royalist armies of Charles I. In 1642 some basic fortifications we ...

                                               

London Defence Positions

The London Defence Positions were a late 19th century scheme of earthwork fortifications in the south-east of England, designed to protect London from foreign invasion landing on the south coast. The positions were a carefully surveyed contingenc ...

                                               

London Regiment (1993-)

                                               

2/1st London Brigade

The 2/1st London Brigade was a 2nd Line formation of the Territorial Force of the British Army. It was formed at the start of World War I and served in overseas garrisons in Malta and Egypt. Although it never saw action as a formation, its consti ...

                                               

1st Administrative Battalion, Middlesex Artillery Volunteers

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