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Light aircraft carrier USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24) launched - 6 December 1942
USS Belleau Wood (CVL-24), an 11,000-ton Independence class small aircraft carrier, was built at Camden, New Jersey. Begun as the light cruiser New Haven (CL-76), she was converted to a carrier before launching and was commissioned in March 1943. Her original carrier hull number was CV-24, which was changed to CVL-24 in July 1943. Belleau Wood was active in the Pacific Theater of World War II. Source: http://www.history.navy.mil/photos/sh-usn/usnsh-b/cvl24.htm This video is part from "The United Newsreel" (1942 - 1946).
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Defence Team News - October 2, 2017
The Canadian Armed Forces paid tribute to their 28th Commander-in-Chief, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, during a military parade on September 27th. The Governor General received military honours including a 100-person guard of honour, a general salute, a CF-18 flypast and 21-gun salute. His Excellency inspected the guard of honour and thanked the men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces for their remarkable service to their country.
Aircraft Carrier Design and Idea for Small and Poor Country Navy
Preliminary idea and sketch design of cheap, nice and easy carrier for small and poor country navy
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The National for Monday July 17, 2017
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Humber Valley - Newfoundland, Canada
Stunning golf course with lakes, rivers, and a magnificent design!
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1942 Philadelphia Navy Day Parade
1942 Philadelphia Navy Day Parade, Captain Stevens Engine 10, Engine Company 1 Auxiliary Fire Corps, Philadelphia Police & Fire Band - Bugle & Drum Corps. - The annual Navy Day Parade was the one of the biggest events to take place in the City of Philadelphia from 1940's to 1950's. Thousands of spectators would line up on South Broad Street stretching down into the Philadelphia Navy Yard on October 27. The film was recorded by my grandfather Adolph Barbie, who was Captain of the Philadelphia Police & Fire Band about 10 or 20 years later. He used 8mm film, 50 foot rolls which can record only a few minutes. The Falcon Family has possession of the original films. In 1951, there were 77 members & some of the members names were: Band Leader Captain Lehman Clarinetist Tony Baratta Trombone John Cuirlino Saxophone Ray Hill Glockenspiel, Bass Drum, drums & Piano - Adolph Barbie Morris Shore Carried sheet music Asst Band Leader Dan Galdi (Sargent strips on his left arm) Tuba player John DeStephano 1951 - Group photo all 77 members 10 x 20 portrait. "Philadelphia Police Memorial Museum" FaceBook Page Post: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=817136201758418&set=o.103712816335941&type=3&theater We also have the following photos of the band: 1946 On Boardwalk in Atlantic City for Miss America Beauty Pageant 1948 Philadelphia Navy Yard 3 other band photos but not dated, probably thru 1954, 55. Additionally Online: http://digital.library.temple.edu/cdm/ref/collection/p15037coll3/id/17448 ▶ FOLLOW Louis Capet XXVI MUSIC PUBLISHING: - Website - http://www.LaserLightShow.ORG - Amazon - http://amzn.to/2H7uUAm - Beatport - http://beatport.com/label/louis-capet-xxvi/66498/tracks - Clone D\G\T\L - https://clone.nl/digital/label/Louis+Capet+XXVI - Digital Tunes - https://digital-tunes.net/labels/louis_capet_xxvi - DJ Tunes - http://djtunes.com/label/louis-capet-xxvi - FaceBook - http://FaceBook.com/KingCapetxxvi - Google+ - http://plus.google.com/+LaserLightShowORG - Instagram - http://instagram.com/king_recordings - Juno - https://junodownload.com/labels/Louis+Capet+XXVI - Mixcloud - https://mixcloud.com/kingRecordings - Mixcloud - https://mixcloud.com/dance-music - PYRO (China) - https://pyromusic.cn/profiles/louis-capet-xxvi - SoundCloud – http://Soundcloud.com/Kings-Recordings - SoundCloud – http://Soundcloud.com/Louis-Capet-XXVI - Spotify - http://spoti.fi/2qtnVef - Tumblr – http://edm-music.tumblr.com - Tradiio - https://tradiio.com/search/songs/louis%20capet%20xxvi - Traxsource - http://traxsource.com/label/38288/louis-capet-xxvi - Twitter - http://Twitter.com/LaserLightShow - YouTube - http://youtube.com/LaserLightShowORG - VK - http://vk.com/xxvi_publishing ▶ MUSIC GENERAS - CLASSICAL MUSIC - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/Classical-Music - DRUM & BASS - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/Drum-and-Bass - DUBSTEP - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/dubstep - EDM - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/EDM-Electronic-Dance-Music - HOUSE - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/House-Music - PSY-TRANCE - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/Psy-Trance - ROCK & ROLL - http://LaserLightShow.ORG/Rock-and-Roll http://LaserLightShow.ORG - We feature music from DJ P.A.W.N., Think Pink Floyd, Epic Micky UK, MC Foxy, Audiotrackerz, DJ ToTo, Alan Moll, Dstar Down Jones, Matt Falcone, Rezenber, Kreefer, Vibe-X Golan, Lily Zobel, Micky Zobel, Billy Martin, Johann Sebastian Bach, Scheherazade, Nikolai Rimsky Korsakov, DJ Dann D, Dreamlab Victor Andrews, ParaNormal SpacEE, TwinDrops, and many more on our past artist Roster like MC Skibadee (BBC RADIO 1Xtra award for best MC, best MC southwest Drum n Bass award, best Lyrical MC and best Hype MC in the national Drum and bass awards, as well as the Stevie Hyper D Lifetime Achievement Award) and also MC TC Izlam (Zulu Nation Minster of Information Grandmaster) and our past clothing line distribution at events of Jungle Sky Designs of NYC owned by DJ Soul Slinger. With over 25 years in the music business, basically creating the EDM Electronic Dance Music industry inside the USA, which is now valued at $7.4 Billion Dollars a year today (Billboard Magazine), we have built up one of the largest publishing & distributing partners in the music industry totaling over 300+ channels in our portfolio including outlets such as music stores, radio, TV, Jukeboxes, & audio fingerprinting. Louis Capet XXVI Laser Light Shows - Formerly operating as P.A.W.N. LASER, is near one of the longest running Laser Light Show companies in the USA, computer controlled and manufacturing projectors (Not including Planetariums, Disney World, etc.) We are Licensed by the FDA and FAA, & are insured for over 5 million dollars. We have the New York State Dept of Labor Radiation Division Laser Operators License, which is one of the 3 States in the USA that requires individual State Licensing for Laser Light Shows, and also the New Jersey Gaming Enforcement License for Casino Vendors.
Duxford [EGSU] to Fairoaks [EGTF] Aircraft: RAF 2 Squadron Gloster Meteor FR.9 WB116/G Callsign: VICEROY-15 "VICEROY" - Allocated to No. 253 (Hyderabad) Squadron RAF / No. 501 Squadron RAF VFR Flightplan: BKY BIG GWC SAM The Gloster Meteor was the first British jet fighter and the Allies' first operational jet. Designed by George Carter, it first flew in 1943 and commenced operations on 27 July 1944 with 616 Squadron of the Royal Air Force. The Gloster Meteor was not an aerodynamically advanced aircraft but the Gloster design team succeeded in producing an effective jet fighter that served the RAF and other air forces for decades. Meteors saw action with the Royal Australian Air Force in the Korean War, and remained in service with numerous air forces until the 1970s. Two Meteors, WL419 and WA638, remain in service with the Martin-Baker company as ejection seat testbeds In the 1950s, Meteors also were developed into effective photo-reconnaissance, training and night fighter versions. The fighter reconnaissance (FR) versions were the first to be built, replacing the ageing Spitfires and Mosquitos then in use. Two FR.5s were built on the F.4 body; one was used for nose section camera tests and the other broke up in midair while in testing over Moreton Valence. On 23 March 1950, the first FR.9 flew. Based on the F.8, it was 20 cm longer with a new nose incorporating a remote control camera and window and was also fitted with additional external ventral and wing fuel tanks. Production of the FR.9 began in July. No. 208 Squadron, then based at Fayid, Egypt was the first to be upgraded followed by the 2nd Tactical Air Force in West Germany, No. 2 Squadron RAF at Bückeburg and No. 79 Squadron RAF at RAF Gutersloh flew the FR.9 from 1951 until 1956. In Aden, No. 8 Squadron RAF was given the FR.9 in November 1958 and used them until 1961. Ecuador , Israel and Syria were the only foreign customers for the FR.9. Development of a turbojet-powered fighter by Sir Frank Whittle's firm, Power Jets Ltd., and the Gloster Aircraft Company began in 1940, with George Carter, Gloster's chief designer, presenting initial proposals for a twin-engined jet fighter with a nosewheel undercarriage in August 1940. Gloster received an order for twelve prototypes (later reduced to eight) under Specification F9/40 on 7 February 1941. The first batch of 20 Meteors were delivered to the RAF on June 1, 1944. Assigned to No. 616 Squadron, the aircraft replaced the squadron's M.VII Supermarine Spitfires. Moving through conversion training, No. 616 Squadron moved to RAF Manston and began flying sorties to counter the V-1 threat. Commencing operations on July 27, they downed 14 flying bombs while assigned to this task. That December, the squadron transitioned to the improved Meteor F.3 which had improved speed and better pilot visibility. The Meteor largely flew ground attack and reconnaissance missions. Though it never encountered its German counterpart, the Messerschmitt Me 262, Meteors were often mistaken for the enemy jet by Allied forces. As a result, Meteors were painted in an all-white configuration for ease of identification. Before the end of the war, the type destroyed 46 German aircraft, all on the ground. With the end of World War II, development of the Meteor continued. Becoming the RAF's primary fighter, the Meteor F.4 was introduced in 1946 and was powered by two Rolls-Royce Derwent 5 engines. It should be noted that the Meteor design was not without issue. Not only were pilots (as may be expected) generally inexperienced in jet-powered flight - as training could only accomplish so much - but the relatively infant technology, widely-spaced and thirsty turbojet engines and directional instability encountered at high transonic speeds all played a role in setting the foundation for future British jet-powered flight (this resulting in an enlarged tail fin and rudder component). As with most other early jets, the Meteor perhaps served a greater purpose in advancing a technological cause than an operational one, similar in respects to the American Bell P-59 Airacomet and Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, the British de Havilland Vampire and Soviet Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-9 - definitely strides in technology but generally outclassed by upcoming fighter designs.
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