Air Defense Missile

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Boeing F-99 Bomarc - Operational History
... The first USAF operational Bomarc squadron was the 46th Air Defense Missile Squadron (ADMS), organized on 1 January 1959 and activated on 25 March ... Training included missile maintenance SAGE operations and launch procedures, including the launch of an unarmed missile at Eglin. 52 Bomarc sites around the United States with 120 missiles each but as defense budgets decreased during the 1950s the number of sites dropped substantially ...
250th Air Defense Missile Brigade - History - Reorganization
... The last significant moment in the history of the 250th Air Defense Missile Brigade took place in October 2004 when Neva-M armed 450th Air Defense ... it was integrated into the structure of the 250th Air Defense Missile Brigade ... The recent integration of all Serbian Army Kub-M systems within the 250th Air Defense Missile Brigade marked the end of the existence of three other Serbian air defense units the 230th Self-Propelled ...
6th Antisubmarine Squadron
... the 6th Combat Cargo Squadron and the 6th Air Defense Missile Squadron as the 6th Tactical Missile Squadron 6th Combat Cargo Squadron Constituted as the 6th Combat Cargo Squadron on 25 April 1944 Activated on 1 May ...
Boeing F-99 Bomarc - Operators
... Canada Royal Canadian Air Force from 1955–1968 / Canadian Forces from 1968–1972 446 SAM Squadron 28 IM-99B, CFB North Bay, Ontario 1962–1972 Bomarc site located at 46°25′46″N 079°28′16 ... Each site was programmed for 28 IM-99B missiles Camp Adair, Oregon 44°42′08″N 123°12′00″W / 44.70222°N 123.2°W / 44.70222 -123.2 (Bomarc ...
35th Air Division (United States) - History - Components - Missile Squadrons
26th Air Defense Missile Squadron (BOMARC) Otis AFB, Massachusetts, 1 April 1966-19 November 1969 35th Air Defense Missile Squadron (BOMARC) Niagara Falls Air Force ...

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    George Eliot [Mary Ann (or Marian)

    A composer is a guy who goes around forcing his will on unsuspecting air molecules, often with the assistance of unsuspecting musicians.
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