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January 1 - Events
417 – Emperor Honorius forces Galla Placidia into marriage to Constantius, his famous general (magister militum). 1902 – The first American college football bowl game, the Rose Bowl between Michigan and Stanford, is held in Pasadena, California ... Yaoundé and their Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea ...
Dermot Boyle - RAF Career
... Laois in Ireland and educated at St Columba's College, Dublin ... He joined the Royal Air Force on 14 September 1922 as a flight cadet at the Royal Air Force College Cranwell ... On successfully passing through the College, he was commissioned as a pilot officer on 31 July 1924 and immediately posted to No ...
RAF Cranwell - Current Functions - Royal Air Force College
... Cranwell is home to the Royal Air Force College (RAFC), which trains the RAFs new officers on a 32-week course ... the RAF equivalent of Sandhurst or the Britannia Royal Naval College, and is considered by some to be the spiritual home of the RAF ... The Royal Air Force College was also an engineering school offering HND and CNAA degrees courses ...
Yom Kippur War - Combat Operations - In The Sinai - Israeli Forces Across The Suez
... General Adan's Division to meet each force individually ... The Egyptian Air Force launched repeated raids, some with up to twenty aircraft, to take out the bridge and rafts, damaging the bridge ... was repaired, but only a trickle of Israeli forces crossed ...
75th Ranger Regiment (United States) - Vietnam War
... Infantry Brigade in January 1967, and 1st Air Cavalry Division in November 1966 ... patrol companies for I and II Field Forces ... on 25 September 1967 and assigned to I Field Force and stationed at Phan Rang ...

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