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  • Suicide Bombers

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    Suicide Bombers What makes a suicide bomber? Is it religions upbringing with promises of paradise in reward for acts of martyrdom? Is it the parental support he or she receives for his convictions? Is it society with no means of fighting back against oppression and humiliation? (http://www.israelinsider.com/channels/security/articles/sec0049.htm). In this paper I will discuss the characteristics of a suicide bomber, their mission, as well as discuss suicide attacks. Suicide Bombers Suicide

  • B-2 bomber

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    WHAT IS THE B-2 BOMBER? Stealth Aircraft, military aircraft, fighters, and bombers designed to elude detection and tracking systems, such as radar and infrared monitoring. Stealth technology is used to mask unmanned objects such as cruise missiles. The United States is a world leader in developing and deploying stealth technology, although much about its program remains classified. Stealth technology includes a variety of design features that affect an aircraft signal, also called its signature

  • Joe Louis 'The Brown Bomber'

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    Joe Louis "The Brown Bomber" Joe Louis was born and raised in Detroit Michigan. Although throughout his life he lived in many places including Las Vegas and Chicago, he still always considered Detroit home. Officially Joe Louis Barrow, Joe was born in the foothills of Alabama to his mother Lillie and father Muroe Barrow on May 13, 1914. Munroe was a sharecropper, but was committed to an asylum when Joe was only two, and died when he was four. Following this his mother got a job doing washing to

  • Female Suicide Bombers

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    Female Suicide Bombers Suicide bombers have become today’s weapon of choice. Middle Eastern terrorists are using suicide bombers because they are low cost, low technology, and a low risk weapon. Suicide bombers have also become readily available, requiring little training, leaving no trace behind, and strike fear into the general population. The success of suicide bombers depends upon an element of surprise, as well as acceptability to targeted area or populations. Both of these required fundamentals

  • The Death Of The Ball Turret Gunner

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    inside the ball turret. Like any gunner on an aircraft the ball turret gunner is changed with defending the aircraft from attacking fighters, but the role of a ball turret gunner is extremely important to the survival of the slow and unmaneuverable bombers more so than almost any other position.(Bassett) The ball turret is positioned on the underbelly of the aircraft, although having this position provided great protection to the underside of the aircraft; it also poised a great threat to those who

  • Iwo Jima Speech

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    Tokyo. No foreign army in Japan's 5000 year history had fought on Japanese soil. To the US, Iwo Jima was important because of its location, midway between Japan and American bomber bases in the Marianas. Iwo Jima with its three airfields was an ideal location for fighter-escort stations and as a safe haven for damaged bombers. TRANSITION: There are six men that standout from the rest, these men are known as the Flag Raisers. 1.     THE FLAG RAISING: Mount Suribachi is a 550 foot volcanic cone

  • The Second World War (WWII) - News Article

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    is the day after the mass destruction of Hiroshima. On Monday, August 6th the first atomic bomb to be used in war fare was dropped. The atomic bomb “Little Boy” as they called it was drooped at approximately 8:15am Japanese standard time. The B-29 Bomber “Enola Gay” was the one to have dropped the atomic bomb yesterday which caused mass destruction. When the bomb reached approximately 2,000 feet above the surface it was detonated. Reports say that “Little Boy” caused a massive wind that leveled houses

  • Why Hitler Decided to Bomb Major Cities in 1940-1941

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    factories at the start of the war. Factories were camouflaged making the pilots’ job harder. One of the most famous bombings was on Coventry. This was because Coventry was a big centre for industry. It was the heart of war production. After the bombers had left, Coventry was a rubble sight and was used in German propaganda. A Nazi minister ‘wittily’ created a new word to describe acting out destruction, ’Coventrize’. Coventry also had many car factories. Hitler tried to destroy the production

  • The Effects of The Blitz on Everyday Life in Britain

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    objectives to destroy the capabilities of the RAF. This, combined with a stray German bomber attacking London and the resulting British retaliation on Berlin, incensed Hitler so much that he decided to switch all efforts into destroying the moral of the population of Britain by deliberate terror bombing. This tactic of destroying moral by bombing ran true with the popular theory of the time that 'the bomber will always get through'- in the words of Former Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin. Such

  • ter

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    mounting wave of bloodshed. Israeli police said the bomber and an 81-year-old Israeli man were killed, but the circumstances of the attack were not immediately clear. ``We are not calling her a suicide bomber, just a bomber. She is not an innocent bystander. There is a host of possibilities regarding how the bomb went off,'' police spokesman Gil Kleiman said. He said they suspected she was a Palestinian. It was the first time a female bomber has carried out a fatal bomb attack in Israel during

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