Some articles on observer, observers:

List Of Fringe Characters - Recurring Characters - "Michael" / Anomaly XB-6783746
... Michael" is a child Observer, first introduced in the first season episode "Inner Child" where he was played by Spencer List, and later re-introduced in the fifth season, where he was ... Michael, like other Observers, is pale and bald however, he does not possess the implant used by other Observers to further boost their intelligence while suppressing their emotions (and allowing them to ... is revealed to be part of the plan by Walter and September to stop the Observers ...
Military Attachés And Observers In The Russo-Japanese War - Selected Military Attachés Serving With Japanese Forces - Japanese Imperial Army
... American observers Granville Roland Fortescue, U.S ... British observers Richard Bannatine-Allason, UK ... French observers Charles Pierre René Victoire Corvisart, France ...
Chiltern Air Support Unit - History
... Seven sergeants were drawn from the Traffic and Operations Departments as part-time observers ... a budget of 650 flying hours, but was still crewed by sergeant observers on an ad-hoc basis ... specialist skills required could no longer be met by part-time observers, and in 1988 the decision was taken to recruit and train dedicated observers ...
Samuel Frederick Henry Thompson - Observers
... He flew with Lieutenant Charles George Gass, the highest-scoring observer ace during the war, for two of his victories, on 22 April and 26 July 1918, as well as with Sergeant L Kendrick for two victories in May ... The observer on his final flight was Second Lieutenant Clifford Tolman, an 'ace' with 8 victories, who was also killed in the crash ... However, for most of his time of service he flew with Observer Sergeant Ronald Malcolm Fletcher DFM, who recorded 26 victories during the war, and was crewed with Thompson ...

Famous quotes containing the word observers:

    Most observers of the French Revolution, especially the clever and noble ones, have explained it as a life-threatening and contagious illness. They have remained standing with the symptoms and have interpreted these in manifold and contrary ways. Some have regarded it as a merely local ill. The most ingenious opponents have pressed for castration. They well noticed that this alleged illness is nothing other than the crisis of beginning puberty.
    Novalis [Friedrich Von Hardenberg] (1772–1801)

    An ... important antidote to American democracy is American gerontocracy. The positions of eminence and authority in Congress are allotted in accordance with length of service, regardless of quality. Superficial observers have long criticized the United States for making a fetish of youth. This is unfair. Uniquely among modern organs of public and private administration, its national legislature rewards senility.
    John Kenneth Galbraith (b. 1908)

    As we passed under the last bridge over the canal, just before reaching the Merrimack, the people coming out of church paused to look at us from above, and apparently, so strong is custom, indulged in some heathenish comparisons; but we were the truest observers of this sunny day.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)