World War II holds the distinction of being the only war that used a nuclear weapon. It was a war that involved virtually every part of the world during the years 1939 to 1945. It was also the largest and bloodiest war in history.
Yes, Antarctica has the distinction of being the largest and coldest desert in the world.
The primary distinction between being an animal and being a human is our level of intelligence. Technically, humans are still classed as an animal.
A flak cannon is an anti-aircraft gun, the word 'flak' being derived from the German 'Fliegerabwehrkanone', or 'aircraft defence cannon'.
The polarity of water gives it the distinction of being called the universal solvent.
The numbers are a bit difficult due to some Military Aircraft being in Operation whereas, some were not in Operation. However, in past decade or two, there has been some research into this related topic and It has been proclaimed there to be between 110,000 - 150,000 Aircraft (Operational and Non-Operational). Most people agree with this and It has been closely estimated of being about 136,000 Aircraft. About 14,0000 were non Operation Aircraft.
Well, as you can a tailstrike could also happen during take off and landing if the pilot does not being really careful. This may cause damages or danger to an aircraft.
The 140-mile wide RÃ­o de la Plata, or the Amazon, which has the distinction of being the widest river in the world.
The Who had the distinction of being named "Loudest Rock Band" in the Guinness Book of World Records, during the 1970s; their equipment produced over 120 decibels of sound. (Deep Purple previously held the title.)
During the 20th century, they were re-cycled (scrapped). 21st century, some are being sunk as artificial reefs.
The people in Switzerland have the highest per capita consumption of chocolates in the world.
The term "aircraft hanger" refers to a building in which aircraft are parked. They are not actually hanged, despite being in a hanger. They remain on the ground.
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An aircraft hijack is when a person, or group of people, forcibly take control of an aircraft while it is in flight. Hijacking can result in the aircraft being crashed into a building, such as in the September 11 attacks, the hijackers making demands using the passengers as hostages or the aircraft could be being used to travel to a certain place.
The first aircraft for her round the world flight was damaged badly in a crash in Hawaii. This meant raising more money and waiting to buy a new aircraft for the flight.
Production methods were optimised, which translated into a direct increase in throughput post war. The aircraft industry also benefitted, with aircraft being massively developed from 'stringbags' to robust machines capable of 150mph. Indeed, many of the early commercial planes were ex-military.
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Four or five; one was lost in an accident on an aircraft flight deck. He lost three aircraft prior to being sent to an aircraft carrier off Vietnam. McCain lost two A-4 Skyhawk jet fighter bombers. One was destroyed during the USS Foreststal Fire in July 1967. His second Skyhawk was shot down over North Vietnam in October of the same year (1967). == ==
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About 25.2 Million Soldiers were killed during World War 2. 34% being Axis Deaths and 66% being Allied Deaths.
451,000 British people were killed during World War 2, 390,000 Being Military Deaths and 61,000 being Civilian Deaths.