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Vintage cameras collected by WWII reconnaissance photographer go on sale
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Antique cameras cоllected bу WWII recоnnaissance phоtоgra...

A camera collection belonging to the man who served as a reconnaissance photographer in the Second World War and helped build the TTC subwaу sуstem is on sale todaу. Aubreу Martin collected hundreds of vintage cameras — made bу the likes ... NewspaperPost, 1 week ago

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Illinois airport plays host to World War II planes

What: Commemorative Air Force AirPower History Tour featuring historic World War II planes When: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sunday Where: Horizon Aviation, 900 Capital Airport Drive, Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport Costs: Ramp access is $10 for ...
 Stars and Stripes1 week ago Warbirds on Display: Illinois Capital Plays Host to World War II Planes  AviationPros.com1 week ago Tour a historic fighter plane  Chron.com2 weeks ago

Russia's superior new weapons

By , Robert H. Scales is a retired Army major general, a former commandant of the U.S. Army War College and the author of the forthcoming book Scales on War. In November, while visiting the headquarters of the U.S. Army in Europe, I received a ...
 Washington Post2 weeks ago

The Futility of Air Strikes in the War on Terror

Bombings aren't as targeted (or as effective) as the American government would have you believe. Photo Credit: vadimmmus / Shutterstock The global war on terror or whatever it is called nowadays is not going well. From Afghanistan to ...
 AlterNet.org2 weeks ago

Why You Can't Help But Fight With Your SO Before Spending Time Apart

With summer ending and many relationships on the brink of becoming long-distance, youll notice a shift in the air. College students are going back to school, internships are ending and new jobs are beginning. There's about to be a bunch of ...
 Elite Daily2 weeks ago

Between Buhari's Anti-corruption War and Admission Corruption in Nigeria -By Festus Ogun

It is a naked truth that corruption is in all spheres of life in Nigeria. Corruption has polluted the air we breath in and as such, we find it a very difficult task to avoid corruption since the importance of air to the body cannot be ...
 OpinionNigeria2 weeks ago

Defeating Daesh requires far more than waging a war

The conference held at King's College, London, brought together over 200 experts from government, research, policy, and private businesses. share RssShare on facebookShare on facebookShare on twitterShare on twitterShare on ...
 Gulf News3 weeks ago Defeating Daesh needs winning hearts and minds  Gulf News3 weeks ago
Silicon Republic

CLOSE CALL: Solar storm almost sparked nuclear war in 1967, study reveals

The sun, not the Soviets, was a provocateur during a little-known Cold War event, a new study reveals. A solar storm of historic proportions in May 1967 interfered with American radar installations and raised tensions, leading to aircraft being ...
 FOXNews.com2 weeks ago Study finds 1967 solar storm almost led to World War III  Silicon Republic2 weeks ago Solar storm almost sparked nuclear...  DailyNews724.com1 week ago CLOSE CALL Solar storm nearly started nuclear war in 1967  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago

Unwinnable war tactics

Everyone seems to have a theory on how to obliterate Daesh. But two points are rarely raised — one concerning the origins of the group and the second on whether or not there are genuine intentions to defeat it in the first place. We must boldly ...
 Arab News1 week ago
Delaware State News.net

Transport planes, houses took off in Dover in the 1950s

DOVER — A few years back, a professor posed a question to Eric Czerwinski. Was there segregated housing at Air Force bases after World War II? At the time, he was working on a master's degree in historic preservation at Delaware State ...
 Delaware State News.net1 week ago
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