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Engineer Corps

Several military services have combat engineer service corps: Canadian Military Engineers Irish Army Engineer Corps Israeli Engineering Corps Rapid Engineer Deployable Heavy Operational Repair Squadron Engineers United States Air Force Indian Arm ...

                                               

2 Squadron

2nd Squadron Iraq 2nd Air Refueling Squadron, United States 2nd Special Operations Squadron, United States No. 2 Squadron RCAF, Canada 2d Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, United States 2d Air Support Operations Squadron, United States 2d Air Resc ...

                                               

6th Division

6th Infantry Division Cuneo, Kingdom of Italy 6th Infantry Division South Korea 6th Division Singapore 6th Division North Korea 6th Division Australia 6th Alpine Division Alpi Graie, Kingdom of Italy 6th SS Mountain Division Nord, Germany 6th Inf ...

                                               

13 Squadron

13th Fighter Squadron, a unit of the United States Air Force No. 13 Squadron RAF, a unit of the United Kingdom Royal Air Force No. 13 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Australian Royal Air Force 13th Space Warning Squadron, a unit of the United States ...

                                               

10 Squadron

10 Squadron or 10th Squadron may refer to: No. 10 Squadron RAAF, a unit of the Royal Australian Air Force. No. 10 Squadron Finland, a unit of the Finnish Air Force Training Squadron 10, a unit of the United States Navy No. 10 Squadron RAF, a unit ...

                                               

69 Squadron

69 Squadron may refer to: 69th Bomb Squadron, United States Air Force No. 69 Reserve Squadron RAAF, a reserve Australian unit formed as part of No. 4 Service Flying Training School RAAF during World War II 69th Fighter Squadron, United States Air ...

                                               

21 Squadron

21 Squadron or 21st Squadron may refer to: 21st Pursuit Squadron, United States Army Air Force 21st Operational Weather Squadron, United States Air Force No. 21 Squadron RAF, United Kingdom Royal Air Force 21 Squadron SAAF, South African Air Forc ...

                                               

25th Battalion

25th Battalion may refer to: 2/25th Battalion Australia, a World War II Australian Army unit 25th Battalion New Zealand, an infantry battalion of the New Zealand Military Forces that served during World War II as part of the 2nd New Zealand Exped ...

                                               

Department of Railways and Roads

The Department of Railways and Roads was a subdepartment of the Victorian Governments Board of Land and Works, which administered the states railway system and main road network between 1871 and 1877.

                                               

Frank OConnor (disambiguation)

Frank OConnor was an Irish author. Frank OConnor may also refer to: Frank OConnor 1897–1979, American actor and painter, married to Ayn Rand Frank OConnor actor 1881–1959, American actor, director and screenwriter Frank Patrick OConnor 1885–1939, ...

                                               

Sir Anselm Guise, 6th Baronet

Sir Anselm William Edward Guise, 6th Baronet was an English soldier, landowner, and magistrate, of Elmore Court, Gloucester. He was High Sheriff of Gloucestershire in 1926.

                                               

33rd Division

33rd Division Imperial Japanese Army 33rd Infantry Division Bangladesh, a division of Bangladesh 33rd Infantry Division Poland 33rd Reserve Division German Empire 33rd Motor Rifle Division, Soviet Union 33rd Infantry Division Wehrmacht, Germany 3 ...

                                               

Mohammad Sanaullah

Mohammad Sanaullah Bangladesh Nationalist Party politician and Physician. He was elected a member of parliament from Undivided Dhaka-22 in 1979.

                                               

Enrique Villalba

Enrique Atanasio Villalba Flor is a former Paraguayan football striker. Villalba was a member of Paraguay national team and he won 1979 Copa America with the team.

                                               

Muddy York RFC

Muddy York RFC is Torontos Inclusive rugby team and Canadas second Inclusive rugby team. The team was founded by Dave Galbraith in 2003, and is part of the TRU and IGR organizations. Muddy York RFC is Torontos first amateur gay team.

                                               

Euro XIII

The Euro XIII was announced in May 2020. On May 28 it was announced that the 2021 cup competition would feature 16 teams, instead of the 8 originally planned. Tiziano Franchini is tasked with the governance of the league

                                               

Alain Platel

Alain Platel is a Belgian choreographer and director. In 1984, he founded les ballets C de la B, which has been called one of the worlds most influential dance theatre companies. Platel came to prominence alongside choreographers like Anne Teresa ...

                                               

Galil Cordova

Indumil Galil Cordova is an assault rifle designed and developed by the Colombian military industry, based on the previous version, the Galil AR. It is the main assault rifle of the Colombian Armed Forces and the Colombian National Police. The Ga ...

                                               

1 Squadron

No. 1 Squadron RAF Regiment No. 1 Squadron RNAS, Royal Naval Air Service No. 1 Squadron RAF, Royal Air Force No. 1 Squadron RFC, Royal Flying Corps 1st Frigate Squadron United Kingdom

                                               

Peter M. Brennan

While the American Charge d’affaires to Bolivia, Peter M. Brennan was an object of an official complaint by the Bolivian government for having met with members of the opposition. Before this, he was accused of" conspiracy and interference in inte ...

                                               

Oscar Noronha Filho

Oscar Noronha Filho is a Brazilian lawyer, military and politician. He was the Federal Deputy who replaced Leonel Brizola during the first years of the Militar Dictatorship in Brazil.

                                               

Gerd-Helge Vogel

Vogel was born in Zwickau Saxony was born and grew up as the son of the dentist Helmut Vogel and his wife Lisa, nee Leupold, in Hartenstein in the Erzgebirge. From 1966 to 1970 he visited the Extended Secondary School. EOS in Aue in Saxony, where ...

                                               

Jack Nissenthall

Jack Nissenthall was a British Royal Air Force electronics and radar expert who played a key role in the Dieppe raid. His actions during the operation resulted in the Allies gaining vital intelligence about the type, density and location of Germa ...

                                               

Combermere

Combermere can refer to: Viscount Combermere, a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom Combermere Abbey, Cheshire, England Combermere Barracks, a British Army barracks near Windsor Castle Combermere Park, Cheshire, England Comber Mere, a lake ...

                                               

Chilkoot

Chilkoot or The Chilkoot or variation may refer to: Chilkoot Inlet, terminus of the Chilkoot River, in Alaska Chilkoot tribe, a tribe of Tlingit found in Haines Township, Alaska, USA Chilkoot Lake, in Haines Township, Alaska; source of the Chilko ...

                                               

Madison House

Madison House may refer to: in Canada Madison House Kincardine, Ontario, a locally listed historic house in the United States Madison Seminary and Home, Madison, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Lake County, Ohio Madison Ranch, Rapid City, South Dakot ...

                                               

Latchford (disambiguation)

Latchford railway station Runcorn to Latchford Canal Latchford, Cheshire Latchford, Hertfordshire, in Standon parish Latchford, Oxfordshire, in Great Haseley parish

                                               

26th Regiment

26th Regiment Infantry U.S. Colored Troops, a unit of the United States Army 26th Cameronian Regiment of Foot, a unit of the British Army 26th North Carolina Infantry, a unit of the United States Army 26th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, a ...

                                               

Jacques Noyer

Jacques Moïse Eugene Noyer was a French Roman Catholic prelate. He served as Bishop of Amiens from 31 October 1987 to 10 March 2003.

                                               

Gaocun (disambiguation)

Gaocun is a town and the county seat of Mayang Miao Autonomous County in Hunan. Gaocun may also refer to the following Chinese towns and townships:

                                               

Wuhuang Town

Wuhuang is a town in the Yanjiang District of Ziyang, Sichuan, China. Its population was 40.004 as of 2010. The subdistricts postal code is 512002110000.

                                               

Jinzhou (disambiguation)

Jinzhou is a prefecture-level city in Liaoning, China. Jinzhou - an atonal pinyin romanization of various Chinese prefectures or prefectural seats - may also refer to:

                                               

Jianzhou

Jianzhou Fujian, in roughly modern Jianou, Fujian Jian ware or Jianzhou ware, produced in Jianzhou Jianzhou Guard, home of the Jianzhou Jurchens Jianzhou of Balhae/Bohai, in modern Dongning, Heilongjiang Jianzhou, in roughly modern Shaoyang, Huna ...

                                               

Xinning

Xinning is the atonal pinyin romanization of various Chinese words and names, particularly Xīnning. It may refer to: Xinning Railway, the modernized spelling of the Sun Ning Railway, which connected Taishan to its port and hinterland in the early ...

                                               

Songjiang

Songjiang, from the Chinese for "Pine River" and formerly romanized as Sungkiang, usually refers to one of the following areas within the municipal limits of Shanghai: Songjiang District 松江区, the present suburban district of Shanghai around So ...

                                               

Qingyuan (disambiguation)

Qingyuan is a prefecture-level city of Guangdong province, Peoples Republic of China. Qingyuan may refer to these other locations in the PRC: Mount Qingyuan 清源山, national park near Quanzhou, Fujian

                                               

Longxi

Longxi may refer to the following locations in China: Longxi County 陇西县, Gansu Longxi County, Fujian 龙溪县, former county, now part of Longhai City Longxi Commandery, a historical prefecture from the Qin to the Tang dynasty Longxi Station, st ...

                                               

Code of Honor (novel)

Code of Honor is a techno-thriller novel, written by Marc Cameron and published on November 19, 2019. It his third book in the Jack Ryan series. Set in the Tom Clancy universe, President Ryan deals with the imprisonment of his friend and former C ...

                                               

SS Fairwood

Fairwood was a Hansa A Type cargo ship which was built as Celia in 1943 by Lubecker Maschinenbau-Gesellschaft, Lubeck, Germany for A. Kirsten, Hamburg, Germany. She was seized as a prize of war in 1945, passing to the Ministry of War Transport an ...

                                               

Yueyang (Qin)

Yueyang was the capital of Qin during Duke Xian and Duke Xiaos rule. During this period, Shang Yangs reforms transformed Qin into a prominent power in ancient China. During the Chu–Han contention period of late 3rd century BC, Yueyang served as t ...

                                               

Joseph R. Fisher (USMC)

Joseph R. Fisher was a highly decorated United States Marine Corps colonel. He was awarded the Navy Cross and two Silver Stars during his career which spanned from World War II to the Vietnam War.

                                               

Jinchuan

Jinchuan may refer to: Jinchuan Group 金川集团, mainland Chinese company Jinchuan campaigns, two military campaigns by Qianlong Emperor of Qing Dynasty Jinchuan County 金川县, in Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Jinchuan cha ...

                                               

Chen Jin (Ming dynasty)

Chen Jin was born in 1446 in Wuchang modern day Wuhan, Hubei" to a family of officials; his grandfather was Prefect of Kuizhou in modern day Chongqing, while his father Chen Lin served as Deputy Commissioner of Guangxi. He entered official servic ...

                                               

VPA

VPA may refer to: Vietnam Peoples Army, official name of the armed forces of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam Very powerful acid Visibly pushdown automaton, an automaton model in computer science ICAO airline code for Danube Wings Voluntary Part ...

                                               

15th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 15th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was an antiaircraft unit in the United States Marine Corps that served during World War II. The battalion was originally formed in 1942 as the 1st Airdrome Battalion. Its original mission was to provide a ...

                                               

17th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion

The 17th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion was an antiaircraft unit in the United States Marine Corps that served during World War II. The battalion was originally formed in 1942 as the 2d Airdrome Battalion and has the distinction of being the la ...

                                               

Fort Street

Fort Street may refer to: Fort Street, Hong Kong, a street in North Point, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong Fort Street Public School, a government primary school located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia Fort Street High School, a government seco ...

                                               

May House

May House may refer to: in Hong Kong, China One of the skyscrapers part of the Hong Kong Police Headquarters in the United States by state, then city Eli May House, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, listed on the NRHP in Jefferson County, Wisconsin Dr. H ...

                                               

Mapo

Mapo may refer to: Mapo, Luchuan County 马坡镇, town in Luchuan County, Guangxi,mapo Mapo magazine, magazine published in Albania MiG MAPO, a major Russian state-owned military aircraft manufacturer the MAPO MAry POppins, train safety system used ...

                                               

Shī (surname)

Shī is a Chinese surname. According to a 2013 study it was the 106th most common name, being shared by 2.06 million people or 0.150% of the polation, with Jiangsu being the province with the most people. It is 23rd on the Hundred Family Surnames, ...