U.S. Air Force Rank Insignia

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January 1 - Events
417 – Emperor Honorius forces Galla Placidia into marriage to Constantius, his famous general (magister militum) ... – German troops abandon Yaoundé and their Kamerun colony to British forces and begin the long march to Spanish Guinea ... Bodenplatte, a massive, but failed attempt to knock out Allied air power in northern Europe in a single blow ...
Yom Kippur War - Combat Operations - In The Sinai - Israeli Forces Across The Suez
... attacks, allowing 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 ... the night, the bridge was repaired, but only a trickle of Israeli forces crossed ...
75th Ranger Regiment (United States) - Vietnam War
... Brigade in January 1967, and 1st Air Cavalry Division in November 1966 ... authorized the formation of two long-range patrol companies for I and II Field Forces. 25 September 1967 and assigned to I Field Force and stationed at Phan Rang ...
Timeline Of The History Of Gibraltar - British Rule - Second World War and After
... part of the Allied supply lines to Malta and North Africa and base of the British Navy Force H, and prior to the war the racecourse on the isthmus was. 4 ... July – French bombers, based in French Morocco, carried out a retaliatory air raid over Gibraltar as a reprisal for the destruction of the French fleet at Mers-el-Kebir, Algeria, by the Force H (about 1,300. 7 ... March – The Special Air Service of the British Army shot dead three unarmed members of the Provisional IRA walking towards the frontier, claiming they were ...

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