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MEA 720 OD-AGB at Mojave
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Former Middle East Airlines Boeing 720-023B, c/n 18021.
This 720 was originally delivered to MEA as OD-AGB, and carried the Canadian registration C-FWXI when I took this photograph. It was later acquired by Pratt & Whitney and registered N720PW.
Mojave Airport (MHV)
(Camera: Nikon FM2, scanned 35mm color negative)
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MEDITERRANEAN SEA — During NATO-Exercise Trident Juncture 2015, eighteen ships from six different Task Groups are participating in a manoeuvring exercise while two shipborne helicopters are covering the scene. While the ships are sailing in different formations, a camera operator and a photographer on board a "Sea Lynx" helicopter of SNMG2 flagship German frigate HAMBURG are taking footage and photos of the event (October 29, 2015). The units of Standing NATO Maritime Group 2 (SNMG2) are sailing in the Mediterranean Sea, inter alia, participating in multinational exercises and Operation ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR, showing presence of the Alliance and conducting routine port visits in NATO and Non-NATO countries.
Credit: German Navy photo by Photographer PO1/OR-6 Alyssa Bier (released)
Image from page 318 of “Jungle trails and jungle people : travel, adventure and abservation in the Far East” (1905)
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Title: Jungle trails and jungle people : travel, adventure and abservation in the Far East
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Authors: Whitney, Caspar, 1862-1929
Publisher: New York : C. Scribner
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto
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no fear of the Dutchin their hearts. The mother was dropped a fewdays after at a port down the coast, where kinfolks of her late husband resided; but Uda,who was having his first experience aboard ship,had become rather fascinated by the alternativeperiods of hardest toil and uttermost ease, whichmake up the life of the East Indian coast-wisesailorman. The excitement of discharging cargo,although accompanied by such yelling; especiallythe fun of swinuning cattle ashore; the completeindolence between ports, when they stretched outon deck in luxurious ease, to smoke or to play orto gamble—all invited him irresistibly. So heasked for and received a berth. It so happened that this little British steamerhad a very religious Liverpool first-mate, who,when not busy with the cargo at port, or lambast-ing Uda for galley pilfering, or for lying—a qual-ity Uda shared in common with the average un-tutored Sumatra native—wras singing hymnsthrough his nose over the rail, or solemnly and stol-
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UDA PRANG. ^ho served successfully both his God and Mammon. JUNGLE HUNTER 243 idly laboring to win Uda over from the faith ofMohammed. Now Uda was only a boy in histeens, but he was a clever youngster, and it was notlong before it dawned upon him that he always fedbetter on the days when the Church of Englandprevailed than on the days when rope-ending occu-pied the otherwise unemployed time of the severesailor-missionary. So it followed naturally in duecourse that Uda professed Christianity, accept-ing the faith in exchange for an extra portion ofrice and currie, a brass-backed comb and two un-dershirts of doubtful ancestry, which the pious,and now much elated first-mate gave him. Thearticles of the new faith provided, that in additionto feeling the strong right arm of the first-mate,Udas share of rice and currie was to be greatlyreduced every time he broke the eighth and ninthCommandments. As currie and rice are meat anddrink to the Malayan, it came about that Uda grewgradually out o
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