Blog page 720



                                               

VMF(N)-544

Marine Night Fighter Squadron 544 -544) was a night fighter squadron of the United States Marine Corps activated during World War II. They flew the F6F-5N Hellcat and although they trained for over a year they never made it into combat. The squad ...

                                               

VMFA-124

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 124 was a flying squadron in the Marine Forces Reserve based out of Naval Air Station Memphis flying the A-4 Skyhawk. They were part of Marine Aircraft Group 42 and were decommissioned on 19 June 1999. The squadron ...

                                               

VMFA-142

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 142 was an aviation unit of the United States Marine Corps Reserve that was active from 1942 to 2008. At the time of its inactivation, the squadron was based at Naval Air Station Atlanta, Georgia and fell under the ...

                                               

VMFA-235

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 235 was a United States Marine Corps squadron that most recently flew F/A-18 Hornets. Known as the "Death Angels", the squadron participated in action during World War II, the Vietnam War, Operation Desert Storm and ...

                                               

VMFA-321

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 321 was a United States Marine Corps fighter squadron consisting of F/A-18 Hornets. Known as "Hell’s Angels”, the squadron participated in action during World War II and was then transferred to the Marine Forces Res ...

                                               

VMFA-333

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 333 was a United States Marine Corps fighter squadron consisting of F/A-18 Hornets. Known as the "Fighting Shamrocks" and" Trip Trey”, the squadron participated in action during World War II, the Vietnam War and Ope ...

                                               

VMFA-334

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 334 was a United States Marine Corps fighter squadron. Known as the" Falcons”, they were part of Marine Aircraft Group 15 and Marine Aircraft Group 33. They participated in action during World War II and the Vietnam ...

                                               

VMFA-351

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 351 was a fighter squadron in the Marine Forces Reserve. The squadron was based at Naval Air Station Atlanta and participated in action during World War II and was decommissioned in 1975.

                                               

VMFA-531

Marine Fighter Attack Squadron 531 was a United States Marine Corps fighter squadron consisting of F/A-18 Hornets. Known as the "Grey Ghosts”, the squadron participated in action during World War II and the Vietnam War. They were decommissioned o ...

                                               

VMGRT-253

Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Training Squadron 253 was based at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, and responsible for providing the Fleet Marine Force active-duty and reserve KC-130 squadrons with qualified replacement pi ...

                                               

VMO-1

Marine Observation Squadron 1 was an observation squadron of the United States Marine Corps which saw extensive action during World War II and supported numerous contingencies during the Cold War. They were based at Marine Corps Air Station New R ...

                                               

VMO-2

Marine Observation Squadron 2 was an observation squadron of the United States Marine Corps which saw extensive action during World War II and the Vietnam War. They were based at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Japan and Marine Corps Air Statio ...

                                               

VMO-6

Marine Observation Squadron 6 was an observation squadron of the United States Marine Corps which saw extensive action during the Battle of Okinawa in World War II and the Korean War and Vietnam War. The squadron would become the first Marine Cor ...

                                               

VMO-7

Marine Observation Squadron 7 was an observation squadron of the United States Marine Corps during World War II. They were active for a year and a half during which time they saw action during the Battle of Okinawa. The squadron was quickly deact ...

                                               

VMSB-243

Marine Scout Bombing Squadron 243 was a dive bomber squadron in the United States Marine Corps. The squadron, also known as the" Flying Goldbricks”, fought in World War II during the Battle of Bougainville and later in the Philippines campaign. T ...

                                               

VMSB-245

Marine Scout Bombing Squadron 245 was a dive bomber squadron in the United States Marine Corps. The squadron, also known as the" Red Mousie Squadron”, fought in World War II. They were deactivated on November 17, 1945, shortly after the end of th ...

                                               

VMSB-342

Marine Scout Bombing Squadron 342 was a dive bomber squadron in the United States Marine Corps. The squadron, also known as the" Bats from Hell”, was active during World War II but never saw combat in the Pacific Theater. They were decommissioned ...

                                               

VMTB-151

Marine Torpedo Bombing Squadron 151 was a dive bombing squadron in the United States Marine Corps. The squadron fought in World War II but was quickly deactivated after the war on March 20, 1946.

                                               

VMTB-341

Marine Scout-Bomber Squadron 341 was a dive bomber squadron in the United States Marine Corps. The squadron, also known as the" Torrid Turtles”, fought in World War II with Marine Aircraft Group 24, most notably in the Philippines campaign. They ...

                                               

Stoddart Island

Stoddart Island, Nova Scotia is a privately owned, 224-acre tract of land located off the Southern coast of that Atlantic maritimes province, proximate to the small town of Shag Harbour in Shelburne County, Nova Scotia, Canada The island has acqu ...

                                               

Mandate of Nauru

                                               

Trust Territory of Nauru

                                               

Allied Forces Central Europe

                                               

Allied Forces Northern Europe

                                               

History of Aston Villa F.C.

The history of Aston Villa Football Club is described in two separate articles: History of Aston Villa F.C. 1874–1961 – This article covers the period from the clubs formation in 1874 by four members of a cricket team, to the first League Cup win ...

                                               

History of Aston Villa F.C. (1874–1961)

Aston Villa F.C. were formed in March 1874, by four members of the Villa Cross Wesleyan Chapel in Lozells. The four founders were Jack Hughes, Frederick Matthews, Walter Price and William Scattergood. The first match was against the local Aston B ...

                                               

History of Aston Villa F.C. (1961–present)

The history of Aston Villa F.C. from 1961 to the current season covers the fluctuating fortunes of the club during the 1960s and 1970s, the European Cup victory in 1982 and the present day Premier League club. In the late 1960-ies was a difficult ...

                                               

History of Birmingham City F.C.

The history of Birmingham City Football Club spans the period from 1875 to the present time. For detail on individual periods of the clubs history, see one of the following articles: History of Birmingham City F.C. 1965–present. History of Birmin ...

                                               

History of Birmingham City F.C. (1875–1965)

Birmingham City Football Club, an English association football club based in Birmingham, was founded as Small Heath Alliance in 1875, and from 1877 played home games at Muntz Street. It adopted professionalism in 1885, and three years later, as S ...

                                               

History of Birmingham City F.C. (1965–present)

Businessman Clifford Coombs took over as Birmingham chairman in 1965, and appointed Stan Cullis as manager. Culliss attractive football took them to cup semi-finals, but league football needed a different approach. Successor Freddie Goodwin produ ...

                                               

History of Blackburn Rovers F.C.

The first match played by Blackburn Rovers took place in Church, Lancashire on 11 December 1875. 28 Sep 1878, "Blackburn Rovers" became one of 23 clubs to form the Football Association Lancashire. On 1 November 1879 the club played in the FA Cup ...

                                               

History of Blackpool F.C. (1887–1962)

The history of Blackpool Football Club between 1887 and 1962 covers the years from the clubs foundation, via a split from another Blackpool-based club, the period of nine years before they gained membership to the Football League, their recovery ...

                                               

History of Blackpool F.C. (1962–present)

The history of Blackpool Football Club between 1962 and the present day covers the periods of relative decline after their successful first half of the 20th century. This is a history of Blackpool Football Club from 1962 to the present. For their ...

                                               

History of Bolton Wanderers F.C.

The history of Bolton Wanderers Football Club covers the period from its founding in 1874 up to the present. For a general overview of the club itself, see Bolton Wanderers F.C.

                                               

History of Bradford City A.F.C.

Bradford City Association Football Club - also known informally as Bradford City - are an English football club founded in Bradford in 1903 to introduce the sport to the West Riding of Yorkshire, which until then had been almost entirely inclined ...

                                               

History of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.

The history of Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. began in 1901. It first played in the Southern League, and was elected to the Football League in 1920. They won promotion to the First Division in the 1978–79 season, but were relegated in the 1982–83 se ...

                                               

History of Bristol Rovers F.C.

The history of Bristol Rovers F.C. is an article covering the complete history of an English football club based in Bristol, England, from their formation in 1883 as the Black Arabs until the present day.

                                               

History of Cambridge United F.C.

The history of Cambridge United F.C. covers over 100 years. Since establishment in 1912 as Abbey United to play friendly games, the club grew quickly and was eventually elected to the Football League, of which it was a member for 35 years before ...

                                               

History of Carlisle United F.C.

This article is about the history of Carlisle United F.C. Carlisle United F.C. is an English football club formed in 1904 and based in Carlisle, Cumbria, where they play at Brunton Park. Carlisle is the smallest location, by population, to have h ...

                                               

History of Chelsea F.C.

This article documents the history of Chelsea Football Club, an English association football team based in Fulham, West London. For a general overview of the club, see Chelsea F.C. Founded in 1905, Chelsea quickly gained a reputation for signing ...

                                               

History of Chester City F.C.

Chester City F.C. were a football club which existed from 1885 until 2010, being formed as Chester FC before the suffix "City" added to the clubs title in 1983. From 1931 until 2000, and again from 2004 until 2009 they were members of the Footbal ...

                                               

History of Coventry City F.C.

Coventry City is an English football club based in Coventry in the Midlands. The club was founded in 1883 as Singers F.C. by Willie Stanley, an employee of cycle firm Singer Motors. In 1898, the name was changed to Coventry City. The club first j ...

                                               

History of Crystal Palace F.C.

The history of Crystal Palace Football Club is an article covering the complete history of a professional football club based in Selhurst, South London, England. For general information about the club, see Crystal Palace F.C.

                                               

History of Derby County F.C.

The history of Derby County Football Club is described in detail in two separate articles: History of Derby County F.C. 1884–1967. This article covers major developments in the history of the club since its formation in 1884 until the end of the ...

                                               

History of Derby County F.C. (1884–1967)

The history of Derby County Football Club from 1884 to 1967 covers the major events in the history of the club from its formation in 1884 until the end of the 1966–1967 season. This era saw Derby County F. C. was one of twelve founders of the foo ...

                                               

History of Derby County F.C. (1967–present)

The history of Derby County Football Club from 1967 to the present covers the major events in the history of the club from Brian Clough assuming control in 1967 up until the 2017-18 season. While the first 80 years C. Derby County F. existence wa ...

                                               

History of Everton F.C.

Everton Football Club have a long and complex history. The clubs roots loosely lie with a Methodist New Connexion congregation who had a chapel on the corner of Breckfield Road North and St. Domingo Vale in Everton, Liverpool. Initially formed as ...

                                               

History of Exeter City F.C.

Exeter City F.C. is an English football club based in Exeter, Devon. The club was formed in 1901 as St. Sidwells United and played in the Southern League from 1908 until 1920, when that leagues top division was absorbed into The Football League a ...

                                               

History of Gillingham F.C.

Gillingham F.C. is an English football club based in Gillingham, Kent. The club was formed in 1893, and played in the Southern League until 1920, when that leagues top division was absorbed into the Football League as its new Division Three. The ...

                                               

History of Hartlepool United F.C.

In 1905, the amateur team West Hartlepool won the FA Amateur Cup which at the time was considered second only to the FA Cup. Partly as a result of this the opportunity for a professional team arose in 1908, when West Hartlepool Rugby Club went bu ...

Free and no ads
no need to download or install

Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

online intellectual game →