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Shape Nato

The Victor class is the NATO reporting name for a type of nuclear-powered submarine that was originally put into service by the Soviet Union around 1967. In the USSR, they were produced as Project 671 (Russian: Проект 671). Victor-class subs featured a teardrop shape, which allowed them to travel at high speed. These vessels were primarily designed to protect Soviet surface fleets and to attack American ballistic missile submarines. Project 671 begun in 1959 and design task was assigned to…

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vintage Royal British Army watch by Omega. It dates back to the early 40's but this edition is in a hardly seen overall shape. These 'broad arrow' Omega watches are the most searched after editions for any watch collector


Northrop Grumman revealed is in “dialogue” with 2 potential European NATO customers for it's family of high-altitude,long-endurance unmanned air vehicles.On contract to deliver 5 RQ-4 Global Hawks to NATO under Alliance Ground Surveillance programme,& now in discussions with some individual nations-UK and Norway-to shape requirements for high-altitude surveillance system.15 nations involved in development,although all 28 NATO members benefit from use of 5 systems-based at Sigonella…

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Greatest Moments in Flight

McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle was a tactical fighter introduced in 1976. This powerful aerial combat plane is still in use today. I was an engineer on the design of the composite empennage.

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