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General Electric radars


Forrestal-class aircraft carrier

Forrestal -class aircraft carriers were four aircraft carriers, designed and built for the US Navy in the 1950-ies. It was the first class supercarriers, the combination of high tonnage, deck-edge Elevator and the corner of the deck. The first sh ...


Gerald R. Ford-class aircraft carrier

Gerald R. Ford class is the class aircraft carrier built to replace the enterprise, and ultimately existing equipped United States Navy Nimitz -class carriers, beginning with the delivery of the aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford. New vessels have a ...


Kitty Hawk-class aircraft carrier

Kitty hawk -class supercarrier Navy, the US was incremental improvement on the Forrestal -class vessels. Three were built, all in the 1960-ies, kitty hawk, Constellation, America and John F. Kennedy. All are now decommissioned.


Midway-class aircraft carrier

The middle -class was a class of three Navy US aircraft carriers. The lead ship, the aircraft carrier midway was commissioned in September 1945 and decommissioned in 1992. USS Franklin Roosevelt was commissioned in October 1945, and decommissione ...


Helicopter carrier classes


Aircraft cruiser classes


Audacious-class aircraft carriers


Chitose-class aircraft carriers


Escort aircraft carrier classes


Essex-class aircraft carriers


Forrestal-class aircraft carriers


Graf Zeppelin-class aircraft carriers


Hiyō-class aircraft carriers


Independence-class aircraft carriers


Joffre-class aircraft carriers


Kitty Hawk-class aircraft carriers


Lexington-class aircraft carriers


Light aircraft carrier classes


Merchant aircraft carrier classes


Midway-class aircraft carriers


Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers


Saipan-class aircraft carriers


Shōkaku-class aircraft carriers


Sōryū-class aircraft carriers


Ticonderoga-class aircraft carriers


Unryū-class aircraft carriers


Yorktown-class aircraft carriers


Zuihō-class aircraft carriers


Light aircraft carrier

Light aircraft carrier, or light fleet carrier, is an aircraft carrier that is smaller than the standard carriers of a Navy. The exact type depends on the country, light carriers typically have a set of aircraft only one-half to two thirds the si ...


Helicopter carriers


Merchant aircraft carriers


Submarine aircraft carriers


Hills of Kaniv


Villages in Snizhne Municipality


Government of Sevastopol


Church of Our Lady of the Assumption, Gustavia

The Church of the virgin Mary or the Catholic Church, Gustavia is an iconic building of the XIX century and is located in Gustavia on the island of Saint Barthelemy, dependency of France in the Caribbean sea. The bell tower, square and other desi ...



Ajegunle, popularly known as the city or just AJ is the area located in the heart of Lagos state, Nigeria. It is located in the Ajeromi-Ifelodun local government area of Lagos. Ajegunle in Yoruba language means "the place where there is wealth." ...


Apapa Port Complex

Port complex Apapa also known as port complex Lagos is Nigerias largest and busiest port complex. The complex consists of several facilities including Apapa berths, extension of the Third Apapa Wharf, Apapa dockyard, Wharf Apapa oil, vegetable oi ...


Lagos Trade Fair Complex

International trade fair complex Lagos is the object 350 hectares along Lagos-Badagry Expressway hosting the number of traders in the market. The facility was built in 1970-ies and the plans to hold international exhibition on completion. In 2002 ...


MacGregor canal

McGregor canal was built between 1903 and 1904 during the colonial administration William McGregor, a doctor and a Governor of the colony of Lagos during the period of construction. The project was initiated as part of the effort, macgregors, to ...


Lloydminster Meridian Booster

In Lloydminster Meridian Booster is a newspaper from Lloydminster, Alberta, Canada. It comes out weekly on Wednesdays. He makes a combination of public, provincial and national news and owned by the Lloydminster Source, the other newspaper of Llo ...


Churches in Nicosia


Buildings and structures in Texarkana, Arkansas


People from Texarkana, Arkansas


Kings Highway (Texarkana)


Pleasant Grove High School (Texas)

Pleasant grove school is a public school located in Texarkana, Texas. It is the only school in the pleasant Grove independent school district and is classified as 4A school in UIL. In 2015, the school entered the ranking of "met standard" by the ...


Texas State Highway 93

State highway 93 is a numbered highway in Texas. It covers a total of 6.478 miles, entirely within the city of Texarkana. This route was designated on August 31, 1967, when Summerhill road was extended along the former chance of the street to the ...


Texas State Highway Loop 14

Loop 14 is a mostly North South highway in Texarkana, Texas, which is the Northern three-fourths of Texas Boulevard. Beginning at state line Avenue directly across the Boulevard Arkansas to Texas-Arkansas state line, it travels to the West, down ...


People from Texarkana, Texas

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