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Unable to fire back effectively, the 54th resolved to take the fort with bayonets. Under heavy fire, they scaled the parapet and forced the battle to shift to hand-to-hand combat. However, it quickly became clear that the 54th lacked the numbers and momentum to capture Fort Wagner. Rather than completely fall back, the 54th stayed close, providing covering fire for the other U.S. troops. After heavy fighting, the supplemental attacks also failed. The 54th ultimately withdrew with the rest of the U.S. forces and the regiment stationed themselves in a rifle trench in case of a counterattack.[8]




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During the Cold War, Soviet tanks never directly faced their NATO adversaries in combat in Europe. However, the T-54/55's first appearance in the West around the period of the 1950s (then the beginning of the Cold War) spurred the United Kingdom to develop a new tank gun, the Royal Ordnance L7, and the United States to develop the M60 tank.[4]


In 1961, a T-55 tank was used to test the "Almaz" TV complex, which was supposed to replace the standard observation devices right after a nuclear explosion or while fording a body of water. There was a camera mounted on the hull for the driver and two cameras mounted on the turret, one for aiming and one for observation, and the picture from the cameras was relayed to two control screens. The tank had the front hull fuel tanks and bow machine gun removed. The commander was seated in the driver's usual position while the driver sat next to him.


Soviet T-54 tanks served in combat during the Hungarian Revolution in 1956 and a few were successfully knocked out by the defending anti-Soviet Hungarian resistance-fighters and rebels using Molotov cocktails and several anti-tank guns.[19] The local anti-communist revolutionaries delivered one captured T-54A to the British Embassy in Budapest,[citation needed] the analyses and studies of which helped and spurred the development of the Royal Ordnance L7 105 mm tank gun.


Following the Vietnam War, Vietnam's T-54/55s and Type 59s continued to see much combat activity against neighbouring Cambodia and China to their north between 1978 and 1979. Just like many developing countries around the world which continue to operate the T-54/55, at least 900 T-54s, along with a similar number of T-55s and Type 59s, are still in active military service with the Socialist Republic of Vietnam until the present day. Some of them are slated to be replaced by the more modern T-90S/SK.


T-54/T-55s began appearing in Southern Africa in the late 1970s, when many emerging Marxist states, particularly Angola and Mozambique, were bolstered with modern Soviet military hardware.[16] The T-55's dependability and ruggedness proved well-suited to the local combat environments.[46] Survivability of opposing medium-armour vehicles deployed by UNITA and the South African Defence Force (SADF) against late model MBTs used in the Angolan Civil War remained a major concern throughout that conflict.[47] Angolan Army T-54s were first blooded during Operation Askari, in 1981.[48] At least five[49] were subsequently destroyed in encounters with South African Eland or Ratel-90 armoured cars, and some were captured.[50] Soviet sources confirm that many T-55s were penetrated by an Eland's 90 mm low-pressure gun.[51] Nevertheless, multiple HEAT rounds were needed to guarantee sufficient damage against a T-55's frontal arc[52] and SADF anti-tank teams forced to operate in platoons accordingly.[47]


The T-55 was the most numerous tank of the Yugoslav People's Army (JNA). It was the mainstay of armoured combat units during the Yugoslav Wars, where it proved vulnerable to infantry equipped with anti-tank rockets and weaponry and to misemployment in urban areas and unfriendly terrain. But there were too many of them in service for them to be replaced entirely. During the Battle of Vukovar, where the JNA grouped a large part of its tank force, a number were destroyed, almost exclusively by infantry-carried anti-tank weapons. The T-55 tank remained the most common tank in the armies of the various Yugoslavian successor states until recently and it was the most-used tank by all armies during the decades-long wars. T-55s were also used by Yugoslavia in the Kosovo War and in Macedonia during the 2001 insurgency in Macedonia, and by Russian peacekeepers after the withdrawal of Yugoslav forces from Kosovo. The Kosovo Liberation Army (National Liberation Army of Kosovo) captured a T-55 from the Macedonian army during the battle of Raduša.[68]


SAMI Combat Systems is the umbrella term used to describe the collection of individual combat systems (or SAMICS Concepts) developed by Peter Weckauf and the SAMI Institute. Weapon-based Systems


An MQ-9 Reaper, armed with GBU-12 Paveway II laser guided munitions and AGM-114 Hellfire missiles, piloted by Col. Lex Turner flies a combat mission over southern Afghanistan. (U.S. Air Force Photo / Lt. Col. Leslie Pratt)


MissionThe Reaper is employed primarily as an intelligence-collection asset and secondarily against dynamic execution targets. Given its significant loiter time, wide-range sensors, multi-mode communications suite, and precision weapons, it provides a unique capability to perform strike, coordination, and reconnaissance against high-value, fleeting, and time-sensitive targets.Reapers can also perform the following missions and tasks: intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, close air support, combat search and rescue, precision strike, buddy-lase, convoy and raid overwatch, route clearance, target development, and terminal air guidance. The MQ-9's capabilities make it uniquely qualified to conduct irregular warfare operations in support of combatant commander objectives.FeaturesThe Reaper is part of a remotely piloted aircraft system. A fully operational system consists of sensor/weapon-equipped aircraft, ground control station, Predator Primary Satellite Link, and spare equipment along with operations and maintenance crews for deployed 24-hour missions.The basic crew consists of a rated pilot to control the aircraft and command the mission, and an enlisted aircrew member to operate sensors and guide weapons. To meet combatant commanders' requirements, the Reaper delivers tailored capabilities using mission kits containing various weapons and sensor payload combinations.The MQ-9 baseline system carries the Multi-Spectral Targeting System, which has a robust suite of visual sensors for targeting. The MTS-B integrates an infrared sensor, color, monochrome daylight TV camera, shortwave infrared camera, laser designator, and laser illuminator. The full-motion video from each of the imaging sensors can be viewed as separate video streams or fused.


O God, Trinity of love, from the profound communion of your divine life, pour out upon us a torrent of fraternal love. Grant us the love reflected in the actions of Jesus, in his family of Nazareth, and in the early Christian community.


Rodrigo de Ovando, 54D Head Coach, was born in Mexico City in 1981. He started playing professional soccer at the age of 15 in the city of Celaya, Guanajuato. Rodrigo was a key player in the Toros Atlético Celaya, later he continued his career in important teams such as Atlante and Monterrey among others. During his career, he learned and developed mental and physical strategies to improve performance and consistency in sports. He brings these concepts to his current professional career as a coach and runner, where he continues to challenge himself and break personal records. His warm yet disciplined training style helps 54D members reach their goals with solid mental and body preparation. He complemented his sports career by studying Aviation in Mexico City.


It is proven that exercise is the best way to combat depression and anxiety because it releases chemicals in your body such as dopamine and endorphins that make you feel better and energetic. He who does not move dies.85% of couples do not feel comfortable with their bodies in intimacy, when you look good and feel good about yourself it has a huge impact in all the relationships in your life.Most people are paying for their illness or wellness, how expensive depends on what your priority is ... Invest in yourself.


The Snugpak Torrent is an insulated jacket with taped seams for waterproof protection. This winter jacket features an insulated hood with adjustable cords in the back for a perfect fit. When unneeded, the hood is removable or rolls away. The deep hidden chest pocket on the interior offers room for your small essentials, while the deep hand pockets come thermal lined to keep your hands warm. Additionally, this waterproof winter jacket regulates your body temperature with underarm ventilation and utilizes Paratex Light construction for lightweight, breathable comfort.


Patients with reported claustrophobia during MR imaging or with inability to undergo MR imaging in conventional scanners because of claustrophobic anxiety will be eligible for the study and subsequent randomization if they have a clinical indication for MR imaging of the head, spine, or shoulder. Patients must not have any absolute or relative contraindication to MR imaging for safety reasons [22], must not have a body weight of more than 200 kg (maximum table weight), will be primarily examined without conscious sedation, and have to be at least 18 years old. Patients must have at least moderate levels of anxiety towards claustrophobic situations as determined using the Claustrophobia Questionnaire [CLQ] [21] (an arithmetic mean of at least 1.0 must be reached by rating anxiety on a scale from 0 to 4 for each of 26 items). All patients will have to give written informed consent before randomization.


The "Fragebogen zur Angst vor körperlichen Symptomen" (BSQ, German version) explores the fear of body sensations as internal triggers of anxiety. The questionnaire consists of 17 items (e.g., "heart palpitations") for which anxiety is rated on a scale from 1 (not at all) to 5 (extremely). Summary scores range from 17 to 85. Patients will be asked to report which three of the 17 body sensations occur most frequently when they are anxious or nervous.


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