ABC Civil Aircraft Markings 2011

In January 2010, the total number of aircraft on the register was in excess of 21,000, so this is a monumental work of reference.

ABC Civil Aircraft Markings 2011

Author: Allan S. Wright

Publisher: Ian Allan Pub

ISBN: 9781857803488

Page: 448

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Civil Aircraft Markings continues to be the enthusiast's bible for its detailed and comprehensive listing of every single British registered aircraft, microlight, balloon, and glider, plus overseas airliners that can been seen in British airspace. In January 2010, the total number of aircraft on the register was in excess of 21,000, so this is a monumental work of reference. Also included are airline codes for those carriers most likely to appear in or over the U.K., and radio frequencies for the large airports are also listed. The information remains easily and instantly accessible, is alphabetically arranged by aircraft code, and gives model details and owner/operator information.

Civil Aircraft Markings 2012

In January 2011, the total number of aircraft on the register was in excess of 20,000, so this is a monumental work of reference.

Civil Aircraft Markings 2012

Author: Allan S. Wright

Publisher: Ian Allen Pub

ISBN: 9781857803570

Page: 448

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Civil Aircraft Markings continues to be the enthusiast’s “bible” for its detailed and comprehensive listing of every single British registered aircraft, microlight, balloon, and glider, plus overseas airliners that can be seen in British airspace. In January 2011, the total number of aircraft on the register was in excess of 20,000, so this is a monumental work of reference. Also included are airline codes for those carriers most likely to appear in or over the UK and radio frequencies for the large airports are listed. The information remains easily and instantly accessible, is alphabetically arranged by aircraft code, and gives model details and owner/operator information.

Civil Aircraft Markings 2019

Civil Aircraft Markings 2019

Author: Allan Wright

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ISBN: 9781910809242

Page: 450

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The new 2019 edition of this best-selling annual publication builds on the long history and heritage of the title. First published in 1950, this is remarkably the 70th edition of Civil Aircraft Markings. When it was first published all those years ago, the book quickly achieved the status it still retains as the go-to publication for up to date information on the rapidly changing world of civil aviation. The book provides the most complete listing available of all the aircraft currently on the UK Civil Aircraft Register; around 20,000 entries are detailed in this section alone ranging from historic bi-planes to the latest airliners and also includes balloons, gliders, microlights and helicopters. Additionally, Civil Aircraft Markings, contains the latest civil aircraft registers of Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Civil aircraft commonly visiting the UK from other states round the world are also listed. The book also provides the common airline flight codes, radio frequencies for major UK airfields and the complete British Aircraft Preservation Council (BAPC) register. The 2019 edition has been fully revised and updated as usual and has a new and enhanced photographic section. Compiled by one of the UK's most widely respected aviation authors, this classic aviation reference title continues to flourish and its publication is eagerly awaited every Spring by a legion of civil aviation enthusiasts for whom it is the essential companion to the enjoyment of their hobby.

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Guidebook for Energy Facilities Compatibility with Airports and Airspace

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Guidebook for Energy Facilities Compatibility with Airports and Airspace

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"The objective of this research is to produce a guidebook, supported by empirical evidence, that provides best practices for aviation safety associated with planning, developing and constructing energy production and transmission technologies at and around airports. " - Objective, Project information.

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Author: P. D. Stemp

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1445793016

Page: 74

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Armstrong Whitworth one of the early aircraft manufacturers of Great Britain. During the early part of the 20th. Century. A comprehensive study of this British manufacturer.

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The United Nations 75 Years of Promoting Peace Human Rights and Development

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The United Nations  75 Years of Promoting Peace  Human Rights  and Development

Author: Kent J. Kille

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440851573

Page: 353

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This key resource for anyone interested in the United Nations, global issues, or world politics provides accessible and comprehensive coverage of the history, growth, and development of ideas and institutions governing the globe. The United Nations has been an essential actor in world politics for 75 years. Its entities have eliminated smallpox, protected the ozone layer, promoted arms control, and helped to save the lives of over 90 million children. Yet, it is frequently criticized as ineffective and antiquated. This book provides a balanced and systematic overview of the UN's contributions and challenges, highlighting areas where it plays an essential role in global governance as well as areas of redundancy and needed reform. This book provides readers with a clear, well-organized reference resource to the entire UN system—its principal organs, specialized agencies, programs and funds, and key issues of engagement. Through individual entries, it examines the history of UN engagement, ranging from peace and security to migration and climate change. It moves beyond a simple description of UN entities as it assesses the development of ideas (such as that of sustainable development), as well as responses to changes in world politics. Finally, it presents both the significant successes of UN work and continued challenges. Meticulously researched, accessible entries written by two prominent UN scholars Entries on both successes and continued challenges of the UN system Primary source documents key to the founding of the UN

Reducing the Impacts of Development on Wildlife

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Reducing the Impacts of Development on Wildlife

Author: James Gleeson

Publisher: CSIRO PUBLISHING

ISBN: 0643106944

Page: 248

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The rapidly increasing number of threatened flora and fauna species worldwide is one of the chief problems confronting environmental professionals today. This problem is largely due to the impact humans have had on land use through development (e.g. agricultural, residential, industrial, infrastructure and mining developments). The requirement for developers to implement measures to reduce the impacts of development on wildlife is underpinned by government legislation. A variety of measures or strategies are available to reduce such impacts, including those to reduce impacts on flora and fauna during land clearance, to deter fauna from potential hazards, to facilitate the movement of fauna around and through a development site as well as those to provide additional habitat. In recent years, considerable advances have been made in the techniques used to reduce the impacts of development on wildlife in Australia and overseas. Reducing the Impacts of Development on Wildlife contains a comprehensive range of practical measures to assist others to reduce the impacts resulting from development on terrestrial flora and fauna, and promotes ecologically sustainable development. It will be very useful to environmental consultants and managers, developers, strategists, policy makers and regulators, as well as community environmental groups and students. 2012 Whitley Award Commendation for Zoological Text.

Weapons and Warfare From Ancient and Medieval Times to the 21st Century 2 volumes

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Weapons and Warfare  From Ancient and Medieval Times to the 21st Century  2 volumes

Author: Spencer C. Tucker

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 1440867283

Page: 778

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This work covers major weapons throughout human history, beginning with clubs and maces; through crossbows, swords, and gunpowder; up to the hypersonic railgun, lasers, and robotic weapons under development today. Weapons and Warfare is designed to provide students with a comprehensive and highly informative overview of weapons and their impact on the course of human history. In addition to providing basic factual information, this encyclopedia will delve into the greater historical context and significance of each weapon. The chronological organization by time period will enable readers to fully understand the evolution of weapons throughout history. The work begins with a foreword by a top scholar and a detailed introductory essay by the editor that provides an illuminating historical overview of weapons. It then offers entries on more than 650 individual weapons systems. Each entry has sources for further reading. The weapons are presented alphabetically within six time periods, ranging from the prehistoric and ancient periods to the contemporary period. Each period has its own introduction that treats the major trends occurring in that era. In addition, 50 sidebars offer fascinating facts on various weapons. Numerous illustrations throughout the text are also included. Includes an informative foreword on the impact of weapons on tactics by distinguished historian British Army Major General Mungo Melvin (Retired) Offers individual introductory essays to each of the six chronological sections of the book Provides concise studies, written distinguished military historians, of more than 650 important weapons systems Features 50 sidebars that supply interesting insights related to the employment of various weapons

Walking on Air

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Walking on Air

Author: Janann Sherman

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi

ISBN: 1617031259

Page: 224

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Aviation pioneer Phoebe Fairgrave Omlie (1902-1975) was once one of the most famous women in America. In the 1930s, her words and photographs were splashed across the front pages of newspapers across the nation. The press labeled her “second only to Amelia Earhart among America’s women pilots,” and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt named her among the “eleven women whose achievements make it safe to say that the world is progressing.” Omlie began her career in the early 1920s when aviation was unregulated and open to those daring enough to take it on, male or female. She earned the first commercial pilot’s license issued to a woman and became a successful air racer. During the New Deal, she became the first woman to hold an executive position in federal aeronautics. In Walking on Air, author Janann Sherman presents a thorough and entertaining biography of Omlie. In 1920, the Des Moines, Iowa, native bought herself a Curtiss JN-4D airplane and began learning how to fly and perform stunts with her future husband, pilot Vernon Omlie. She danced the Charleston on the top wing, hung by her teeth below the plane, and performed parachute jumps in the Phoebe Fairgrave Flying Circus. Using interviews, contemporary newspaper articles, archived radio transcripts, and other archival materials, Sherman creates a complex portrait of a daring aviator struggling for recognition in the early days of flight and a detailed examination of how American flying changed over the twentieth century.

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