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    Hercules of the Skies

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    important people, aircraft, and developments, which greatly contributed to aviation development, which ultimately impacted the World. Out of many aviation developments, I will write about an aircraft I take pleasure in seeing and hearing, the C-130 Hercules. I consider this aircraft has made a significant impact in the aviation industry, most in the dependability of the airframe and its illustrious design. Today, this aircraft is used for many organizations such as Military Ops, firefighting, and

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    INNOVATION

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    Innovation is defined as, “Introduction of a new idea into the marketplace in the form of a new product or service, or an improvement in organization or process (www.4hb.com).” Lockheed Martin strives to be at the forefront of innovative technologies. Since Lockheed functions as a primary source of information for the U.S. Government, several government agencies, as well as many foreign governments, it is critical to Lockheed Martin’s success that they stay ahead of emerging markets and understand

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    Task #1 In War Gives Us Meaning Author Chris Hedges outlines a few points that give light to the whole book. He outlines three main points. War is part of our culture, we have a myth behind what is actually there and finally, we use war as a crusade. These three main points make up the entree of the whole book. We can see it our everyday culture with things like Call of Duty and Star Wars. We are feed this stuff as kids and we learn from it. He goes on to talk about how we perceive war as a myth

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    My First Time

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    paperwork, physical examinations, psyc... ... middle of paper ... ... for comfort. You must wear the harness but it is not required to click onto the actual parachute/seat unless when necessary. It's dark inside and there are few windows. As the C-119 flies along, there is, however a lot of engine noise and quite a lot of vibration. The shaking and vibration causes the pallets of cargo that are strapped down in the center of the airframe to shift and dance all over the deck. One can simply and

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    The birth of the C-130J in April 1996 was the beginning of a major over haul of the legacy C-130H Hercules cargo aircraft produced by Lockheed Martin Corporation (C-130 History, n.d.). The major change from the C-130H to the new C-130J Super Hercules was the enormous amount of computer technology and software encompassed into the design and operation of this new cargo aircraft. The advancement in technology allowed engineers to redesign this workhorse to flying demanding missions with only two crew

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    My Air Force Story

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    Randolph AFB. During my initial navigator training at Ra... ... middle of paper ... ...B as a member of the 62nd Airlift Squadron I train all C-130 crew positions in visual low-level flight, formation, instrument flight rules, airdrop and air land procedures utilizing NVGs and several tactics techniques and procedures to aid in safe operation of the C-130 aircraft and its variants. When I arrived at the 62nd, I earned a student Flight Commander position. In which I am responsible for the training

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    farewell, Levant

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    The following morning, the glittering-black, Mercedes-Benz 600, Embassy limousine turned off the main Vienna-Tulin highway and cruised down the side road that divided the twin villages of Langenlebarn-Oberaigen and Langenlebarn Unteraigen lying along the banks of the Danube, thirty kilometres northwest of Vienna. James Hirschell slowed and turned into the entrance road of the Brumowski Air Base. The Austrian Air Force guard stepped out into the road; then spotted the Diplomatic licence plates and

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    Eagle Claw

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    During a protest on November 4th, 1979, a group of radical Iranian college students who were angered by medical aid given to a former ruler attacked and overtook the American Embassy located in Tehran, Iran. During this attack, 63 Americans were taken hostage and several weeks later the students released 10 hostages. Then another hostage became sick and was released later, leaving 52 American hostages. This was the beginning of series of events that would ultimately lead to a public embarrassment

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    Titanic Persuasive Essay

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    Fitch 6 In the year of 1912 a historic ship named the Titanic set sail on a remarkable voyage. While the Titanic raised the bar on modern ship sailing during its time period, it also brought an abrupt scare to the industry after its untimely sinking. The titanic took a brief two years to build in an era lacking in modern robotics to help craft the a ship of such magnitude.[footnoteRef:1] While two years seem to be an eternity for most, in the terms of ship building to years is unusually quick. Unfortunately

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    the fan

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    C reature comforts have always been a need or want debate. One creature comfort that man has used is the fan. Fans started out simple from hand fans into overhead tapestries or carpets through the use of pulleys to create drafts operated by servants. As technology advanced, the need for a more efficient method to circulate air to control the temperature in any given structure became a demand. One example of an early attempt for ventilation was by Dr. John Théophile Desaguliers, toying with the idea

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