Banak

Some articles on banak:

Station Group Banak - History - First Airfield
... funding was granted from 1937, which allowed triangular runway to be built Banak the following year ... Banak was taken over by the Luftwaffe during the German occupation of Norway during World War II ... The Wehrmacht was planning an attack on the Soviet Union from Finnmark and designated Banak as their primary air base in Northern Norway ...
"Wabanaki Confederacy" in Various Indigenous Languages
... Waponahkew Waponahkiyik/Waponahkewiyik Abenaki-Penobscot Wôbanu(ok) Wôbanak Wôbanakik Wôbanaki Wôbanakiak Algonquin Wàbano(wak) Wàbanaki Wàbanakìng Wàbanakì Wàba ...
Lakselv Airport, Banak - Accidents and Incidents
... with two people on board experienced control problems north of Banak ... micro aircraft crashed only a few minutes after its departure from Banak, with two flight instructors on board ...
Station Group Banak - History - Cold War
... This increased the importance of Banak, as it would be used to fly in reinforcements in a war situation ... In 1962, both RNoAF and NATO proposed that Banak be expanded to full NATO standards ... RNoAF planned that Banak should host a detachment of up to six fighters or fighter-bombers and act as a stopover for fighters, transports and helicopters ...
Station Group Banak - History - Later History
... The responsibility for Banak's Sea Kings originally included Svalbard ... Svalbard, removing the archipelago from Banak's portfolio ... Banak's runway was extended in 1992 and 1993, including widening to 45 meters (148 ft) and receiving new runway lighting ...