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Here is what Michael McDevitt, a retired United States rear admiral and analyst at CNA Strategic Studies, said of the missile: “The significance of that weapon is that its warhead, once it detaches from the launching vehicle, is able to slow its descent, turn on a radar seeker, and maneuver to engage a moving ship if it is in the radar “footprint” of the seeker. Famous members include actor Sterling Hayden and director John Ford, baseball player Mo Berg, chef Julia Child, future CIA director William Casey.

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The famous German Tiger tank was a response to the great Soviet T43 tank. The Tiger was very heavily armored and was equipped with a powerful 88mm main gun. The difference between a 75mm American or 76mm Russian main gun and a German 88mm gun may not sound like much, but in terms of weight and effectiveness of shell it was enormous Shrapnel and Whizzbangs: A Tommy in the Trenches 1914-18. Total World War I dead were 1,116,371 (UK and former colonies 887,711; Undivided India 73,895; Canada 64,997; Australia 62,123; New Zealand 18,053; South Africa 9,592). The Commonwealth War Graves Commission figures also include the Merchant Navy. Statistics of the Military Effort of the British Empire During the Great War 1914–1920, The War Office March 1922. [42] This official report lists Army casualties (including Royal Naval Division) of 908,371 killed in action, died of wounds, died as prisoners of war and were missing in action from 4 August 1914 to 31 December 1920, (British Isles 702,410; India 64,449; Canada 56,639; Australia 59,330; New Zealand 16,711; South Africa 7,121 and Newfoundland 1,204, other colonies 507). [199] Figures of the Royal Navy war dead and missing of 32,287 were listed separately. [200] These figures do not include the Merchant Navy dead of 14,661. [201] The losses of France, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Greece, Russia, the USA, Bulgaria, Germany, Austria-Hungary and Turkey were also listed in the UK War Office report. [42] The official "final and corrected" casualty figures for British Army,including the Territorial Force (not including allied British Empire forces) were issued on 10 March 1921 The Story of Kinmel Park Military Training Camp 1914 to 1918.

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