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... 327 Baby Skymaster - reduced scale four-seat version of the 337, with cantilever wings replacing the 336/337strut-braced configuration. 336 Skymaster - production version powered by two 195 hp (145 kW) Continental IO-360-A engines, 195 built. 337M - US military version designated O-2 Skymaster in service, 513 built O-2A - US military designation of the 337M Forward air control, observation aircraft for the US Air Force ...
... In March 1951, Nord flew a heavily modified version of the design for use as an observation aircraft by the French Army ... were mostly flown in the artillery spotting role, and while a civil version was also offered, orders were not forthcoming and only two were built ... The sole example of a floatplane version was presented as a gift to King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia ...
... A109A EOA Military version for the Italian Army ... A109A Mk II Upgraded civilian version of the A109A ... A109A Mk.II MAX Aeromedical evacuation version based on A109A Mk.II with extra wide cabin and access doors hinged top and bottom, rather than to one side A109B Unbuilt military ...
... A military order to move the prisoners to another prison in Formosa was allegedly received during the night ... The military took the prisoners away and drove them along National Route 11 in two vehicles, escorted by a police car ... The official military version reported that the convoy had been attacked on the road, and that at least five of the prisoners had died in the shooting that followed, while the rest ...
Famous quotes containing the words version and/or military:
“It is never the thing but the version of the thing:
The fragrance of the woman not her self,
Her self in her manner not the solid block,
The day in its color not perpending time,
Time in its weather, our most sovereign lord,
The weather in words and words in sounds of sound.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Stately as a galleon, I sail across the floor,
Doing the military two-step, as in the days of yore.”
—Joyce Grenfell (19101979)