This is the world’s smallest ever piloted airplane.
In 1947 Israel’s self-defense force, Haganah, set up the Land and Labor for Palestine in America to do this.
At the instigation of the CIA, this man was assassinated on 2 November 1963.
During the 1930s and 40s this was the only airlines authorized to carry the American flag to other nations.
In 2007 the Texas legislature attempted to declare Athens, Texas the home of this food.
In Vietnam this percentage of wounded survived after they made to a hospital.
The North American Rockwell B-1 bomber was nicknamed this.
This state is unofficially called the “Nutmeg State”.
This number of military working dogs were deployed to Vietnam and Thailand during the Vietnam war.
The first Air Force One was this model of airplane.
The first successful human chemotherapy trial used a form of this.
The McDonnell RF-101C recon plane was named this.
To win the Pour le Mérite (the Blue Max), Germany’s highest award for valor during World War I a pilot had to shoot down this many enemy planes.
This American President was the youngest US Navy flier in World War Two.
During Vietnam, Military Occupational Specialty 94B was this.
The B-52’s first combat mission was in this month and year.
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