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CFB Chilliwack - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack (also CFB Chilliwack) was a Canadian Forces . a submarine presence off the west coast of North America, coupled with the fall of . The Canadian military's presence in British Columbia was restricted at that .
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Anabasis (Xenophon) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Xenophon accompanied the Ten Thousand, a large army of Greek . Though Cyrus' mixed army fought to a tactical victory at Cunaxa in Babylon (401 BC), Cyrus . Ionia on the eastern coast of the Aegean Sea to the interior of Asia Minor and . novel The Ten Thousand shows the bulk of the US Forces in modern Europe .
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Masset - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is located on the northern coast of Graham Island, the largest island in the archipelago, and is approximately 50 km (31 mi) west of mainland British Columbia. . 1 Name; 2 Military base; 3 Notable people from Masset; 4 Climate; 5 See also .
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Canadian Coast Guard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Military operations in Canada's maritime environment are the responsibility of the . and shipping routes throughout southern Canada, for example Victoria, BC, Dartmouth, NS, . Main article: List of Canadian Coast Guard Bases and Stations .
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Miles of sandy shore lead off both north and south of the quiet little coastal town, . In addition to the essential roles the base plays for the community, BC and .
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Barrett Point - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barrett Point coastal fort is located at the foot of Mount Hayes at the entrance to . 3 Other major military installations in Prince Rupert; 4 Other Coastal defence forts . the 102nd Coast Battery of the 17th North British Columbia Coast Regiment.
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Siege of Tyre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article is about Alexander the Great's siege in 332 BC. For the . The Siege of Tyre, courtesy of The Department of History, United States Military Academy . The Siege of Tyre was a siege of the city of Tyre, a strategic coastal base on the .
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List of Canadian Coast Guard Bases and Stations - Wikipedia, the ...
The Canadian Coast Guard (CCG) maintains a number of major bases and . BC ; CCG Station Campbell River, Campbell River, BC; CCG Station Bella Bella, .
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CFS Masset
The Queen Charlotte Islands is an archipelago of 150 Pacific Ocean Islands located along the mid-west coast of British Columbia. Masset is located at 54º 01' .
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Pacific Command (Canadian Army) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
11 (British Columbia and the Yukon Territory) with Military District No. . the capital of British Columbia and the location of Canada's Pacific naval base and . 31st (Alberta) Reconnaissance Regiment, CAC; 5th (B.C.) Coast Regiment, RCA .
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CFB Comox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
CYQQ is located in British Columbia . It is primarily operated as an air force base by the Royal Canadian Air Force and is one of two . and the establishment of a permanent RCAF base on Canada's Pacific coast. . On February 1, 1968, the RCAF merged with the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) and Canadian Army to form .
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CFB Esquimalt Naval & Military Museum Home Page
The museum is located in Naden on Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Esquimalt near . Women's Army Corps (CWAC), the Royal Canadian Navy on the West Coast, . the southern tip of Vancouver Island, province of British Columbia, Canada.
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Subs - CFB Esquimalt Naval and Military Museum
CFB Esquimalt Naval & Military Museum . British Columbia's Submarine Fleet . only West Coast base, Esquimalt, BC: the ageing cruiser HMCS Rainbow.
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First Punic War, 264-241 BC
The Roman army of this period was a citizen militia, paid for the duration of their . the city of Agrigentum, midway along the southern coast of Sicily as their base.
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May 4, 2012 . Dr. Jill Biden at the Coast Guard Base Miami Beach on Thursday, May . to honor , recognize and serve veterans, service members and military .
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Canadian Rangers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 CRPG: Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, British Columbia . a military presence in Canada's sparsely settled northern, coastal, and isolated areas.
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Battle of the Eurymedon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In either 469 or 466 BC, the Persians began assembling a large army and navy in . it is possible that the aim of the expedition was to move up the coast of Asia . and give the Persians naval bases from which to launch further expeditions into .
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Phoenician Colonies
The Mediterranean and North African coast (with the exception of Cyrenaica) . Maritime bases from the Balearic Islands (Ibiza) to Cadiz on the Atlantic were set up . the 8th to 6th centuries BC by the military blows that were wrecking the trade .
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Timeline 4000-1 BC - Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
The siege of Himera (480 BC) was the first military action of the Carthaginian . control of the seas around the western coast of Greece and allowed them to launch . BC) was a short-lived Spartan attempt to capture a key Athenian naval base .
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Pacific Coastal Airlines - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its main base is Vancouver International Airport, with a hub at Port Hardy Airport. . Guard on South Thormanby Island off British Columbia's Sunshine Coast.
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French Armed Forces - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gallo-Roman conflict predominated from 60 BC to 50 BC, with the Romans . Redundant military bases will be closed and new weapons systems projects put on . is stationed in Côte d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast) on a UN peacekeeping mission.
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Alexander the Great - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Philip and his army joined his son in 338 BC, and they marched south through . plain, asserting control over all coastal cities to deny the Persians naval bases.
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Apr 10, 2012 . The crew turned back off the north coast of B.C. after a bomb threat was . Ives said the base's 3,000-metre-long airstrip is the longest on Canada's west coast outside of Vancouver and serves the military and a civilian airport.
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Ucluelet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
British Columbia's recorded history began with European explorers . It was on the west coast of Vancouver Island, at Nootka Sound, 100 km north of . The military established a seaplane base in Ucluelet and a land base at Long Beach.
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Maritime Fur Trade - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The North West Coast during the Maritime Fur Trade era, about 1790 to 1840. The Maritime Fur Trade was a ship-based fur trade system that focused on acquiring furs . during the 1780s, focusing on what is now the coast of British Columbia.
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Jan 17, 2012 . Lisa Van Reeuwyk visits an abandoned military base located on York island . Bamberton Abandoned Cement Plant Vancouver Island, BC .
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Victoria, British Columbia - New World Encyclopedia
Jun 15, 2012 . Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, the westernmost . Pacific home of the Royal Navy, and remains Canada's west coast naval base.
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Korean Air flight lands at Comox B.C. airport after receiving bomb ...
Apr 11, 2012 . News Canada: COMOX VALLEY, B.C. - About 150 passengers were . Ives said the base's 3,000-metre-long airstrip is the longest on Canada's west coast outside of Vancouver and serves the military and a civilian airport.
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Canadian Forces Station Ladner - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Airport type, Military . This school was sponsored by the Aero Club of B.C and named the Vancouver Air Training Co. . It was felt that the West coast was now vulnerable to attack by the Japanese and Boundary Bay was the most . 5 OTU left the base on October 31, 1945, and the RCAF decommissioned the base in 1946.
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Prince Rupert, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Prince Rupert is a port city in the province of British Columbia, Canada. . The United States Coast Guard maintains a military base in nearby Ketchikan, Alaska.
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History of Flight in BC | The Canadian Museum of Flight
This truly remarkable achievement, carried out on the basis of his own . Diego, California, to enroll in the only aviation school on the Pacific coast. . In 1914, when war broke out in Europe, few aircraft were being used for military purposes.
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Timeline 4000-1 BC - Military History Encyclopedia on the Web
The siege of Himera (480 BC) was the first military action of the Carthaginian . control of the seas around the western coast of Greece and allowed them to launch . BC) was a short-lived Spartan attempt to capture a key Athenian naval base .
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Apr 11, 2012 . News Canada: COMOX VALLEY, B.C. - About 150 passengers were . Ives said the base's 3,000-metre-long airstrip is the longest on Canada's west coast outside of Vancouver and serves the military and a civilian airport.
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Liburnians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The imperial power base of this Syracusan tyrant stemmed from a huge naval fleet of . In 177 BC they conquered Istria in the north of the eastern Adriatic coast , . in the Liburnian seas happened in 129 BC, during the military expedition of the .
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Canadian Forces Station Masset
The military history of Masset has at least three distinct phases or operating periods . There were 5 such stations operating along the BC coast during WW2. . Local RCAF planes, based out of Aliford Bay, were frequent visitors, as well as .
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Auxiliaries (Roman military) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Until 200 BC, the bulk of a Roman army's cavalry was provided by Rome's . By the start of the Common Era, they were an important recruitment base for the auxilia. . The Dalmatae attacked Salona and overran the Adriatic coast, defeating a .
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Socii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Roman military alliance had fully evolved by 264 BC and remained for 200 . Despite this, allied troops were allowed to share war booty on a 50–50 basis with . The Greeks, who had colonised the coastal areas of southern Italy from c.
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Battle of the Eurymedon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In either 469 or 466 BC, the Persians began assembling a large army and navy in . it is possible that the aim of the expedition was to move up the coast of Asia . and give the Persians naval bases from which to launch further expeditions into .
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Military history of the Neo-Assyrian Empire - Wikipedia, the free ...
It evolved from the Akkadian Empire of the late 3rd millennium BC. . campaign required first and foremost the assembly of troops at a designated base. . of Lachish cost the Assyrians at least 1,500 men - found at a mass grave near Lachish.
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Battle of Thermopylae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By early 480 BC, the preparations were complete, and the army which . of the Persians in that era, the sustainability of their respective base of operations, and . to the Persian army according to Herodotus, at the cost to the Persians of up to .
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Lemnos - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The chief towns are Myrina, on the western coast, and Moudros on the eastern . a settlement of hunters and gatherers and fishermen of the 12th millennium BC. . enough for British and French warships, but lacked suitable military facilities, .
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Fortification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many military installations are known as forts, although they are not always fortified. Larger forts may class as . A model of the prehistoric town of Los Millares 3000 BC Spain, with its walls. . Thus such terrain had to be defended at all cost.
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Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
in Colwood, British Columbia side of Esquimalt harbour, (Greater . Canada in 1870, that the first fixed coastal defences were emplaced to protect the naval base. . a full-scale night assault on Fort Rodd Hill and Esquimalt naval base in 1902.
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1. THE HISTORY OF ESQUIMALT
Island and British Columbia) visited Esquimalt Harbour with other HBC officials . abandoned the naval base in 1905, it was revived in 1910 as the West Coast .
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Campaign history of the Roman military - Wikipedia, the free ...
The First Punic War began in 264 BC when settlements on . of the seas, a Roman force landed on the African coast . Xanthippus managed to cut off the Roman army from its base by re-establishing .
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Explaining the Rise and Dominance of Rome
Between 338 and 290 BC, the Roman Republic began to aggressively assert . military advantage, allowing Rome to drop troops anywhere along the coast to quickly . Rome centralized control of base products, such as wheat and grain, .
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Colwood BC, Victoria, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada
Fisgard Lighthouse, the first lighthouse on Canada's rocky west coast. . for mariners to Royal Roads anchorage and Esquimalt naval base, and pointing the . On summer weekends, local and visiting military bands often perform at Fort Rodd .
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Naval Radio Section Aldergrove - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
. east of Vancouver, British Columbia in the community of Aldergrove whereas the . to many North American military bases during the early years of the Cold War. . communications for Canadian and Allied military forces on the Pacific coast.
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Victoria, British Columbia - New World Encyclopedia
Jun 15, 2012 . Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, the westernmost . Pacific home of the Royal Navy, and remains Canada's west coast naval base.
http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Victoria,_British_Columbia

Ashoka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
304–232 BC), also known as Ashoka the Great, was an Indian emperor of the Maurya . reigned over most of present-day India after a number of military conquests. . his conquest of Kalinga on the east coast of India in the present- day states of . Ashoka Chakra can also been seen on the base of Lion Capital of Ashoka .
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Esquimalt Royal Navy Dockyard - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The naval dockyard was located in Esquimalt, British Columbia, adjacent to . Royal Navy's Pacific Station and was the only Royal Navy base in western North America. . He sailed her to the southeast coast of America and then to Esquimalt .
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List of role-playing games by genre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1 Contemporary action/adventure/espionage/military; 2 Fantasy . Agone (French ) - based on novels by award-winning fantasy writer Mathieu Gaborit. . by Crosstime Games of British Columbia; Elfquest by Chaosium - based on the works . Wizards of the Coast (2000-2010); Star Wreck Roleplaying Game - Based on the .
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Roman Roads
Rome was the hub of commerce, trade, politics, culture and military might in the . By the mid 4th century BC, as they pushed south into Samnite territories and . Estimating the cost of road building varies dramatically depending on the era and . the Senate, the Emperor or various installations, the civilian mail service was a .
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Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site Victoria FortRoddHill.com
Fort Rodd Hill - a National Historic Site - is a coast artillery fort built in the late . the Canadian Navy base means that military craft of several nations are often . Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site, Victoria, British Columbia - FortRoddHill.com .
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Early thermal weapons - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
When William I of England's army besieged Mayenne in 1063, they shot fire into the . In 332 BC Alexander the Great laid siege to Tyre, a coastal base of the .
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Illyrians - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first account of Illyrian peoples comes from Periplus or Coastal Passage, an ancient Greek text of the middle of the 4th century BC. . Current theories of Illyrian origin are based on ancient remnants of material culture found in the area, but .
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Courtenay, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The city is located on the British Columbia Coast and sits on the Strait of . and Spa and the Coast Westerly Hotel, and the Airforce base at Comox are in the top .
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Philip of Macedon Philip II of Macedonia Biography
In 348 BC, the Macedonian army attacked the Chalcidice peninsula and . most of Thrace was firmly in Macedonian hands save the most eastern Greek coastal .
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History of Algeria - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phoenician traders arrived on the North African coast around 900 BC and established . The first Arab military expeditions into the Maghreb, between 642 and 669, . In 1516 Aruj moved his base of operations to Algiers but was killed in 1518.
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North American T-6 Texan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Primary users, United States Army Air Forces . The BC-1 was the production version of the NA-26 prototype, with retractable tailwheel landing gear and the . During this war, almost all the Portuguese Air Force bases and air fields in Angola, . United States Navy · United States Marine Corps · United States Coast Guard .
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Taranto - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Taranto naval base for the Italian Regia Marina's First Squadron. (Photo from 1930s). Taranto's pre-history dates back to 706 BC when it was founded as a Greek colony. . At the end of the 19th century, a channel was excavated to allow the military ships to enter . In addition, the islets and the coast are strongly fortified.
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The Battle of Actium was fought September 2, 31 BC off Actium, Greece between Octavian . raiding the Greek coast while Octavian moved east with the army.
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Ancient Rome - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On 16 July 390 BC, a Gallic army under the leadership of a tribal chieftain named Brennus, met the . This was the base of an emperor's power. . by Imperial forces, the Empire was little more than a Greek state confined to the Aegean coast.
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Esquimalt - Victoria Vancouver Island British Columbia Canada. Travel
Esquimalt has always been a naval base - ever since the 1800s when it was a . the largest ship building and freighter repair depot on the west coast of Canada.
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Classical Athens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Athenian democracy was established in 508 BC under Cleisthenes following the . Each tribe was in turn divided into three trittyes (one from the coast; one from the city . setting up Thebes as their base of operations, and entered southern Greece. . (362 BC) with the death of its leader, the military genius Epaminondas.
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Vernon, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
They were hunter-gatherers, who are a direct relation to the Coastal Salish . although the establishment of the military camp in Vernon in 1913 and the . of touring musical acts, local talent and community based events on a yearly basis.
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Greater Victoria, British Columbia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
4.1 Educational institutions; 4.2 Hospitals; 4.3 Military installations; 4.4 Parks and natural . The mild coastal climate ensures less extreme weather changes.
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HISTORY OF SPARTA
The Spartan experience: from the 8th century BC . A military society is one way of stabilizing such a situation, with an elite group of . One of the aims is to liberate the Greek territories held by Persia on the east coast of the Aegean. . territory long exploited by the Spartans and the basis of much of Sparta's strength . A slow .
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Barbara McLintock, spokeswoman for the B.C. Coroners Service, said . (The west coast military dive team is based at Canadian Forces Base .
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Broken Arrow
. nuclear weapons between 1950-1980, occured along the coast of British Columbia. . Base near Faibanks, Alaska to Carswell Air Force base at Fort Worth, Texas. . A declassified report of US military nuclear accidents, released under the .
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History of Palestine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A rump Crusader state in the northern coastal cities survived for another century, . 2004, it withdrew all settlers and most of the military presence from the Gaza strip, . From around the 11th century BC, there was a reduction in the number of .
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Military adding more electric vehicles to fleet | Electric Vehicles | End ...
5 days ago . Eighteen Volts are about to hit the roads at Joint Base Andrews, Md., Marine . electric vehicles were first tested at overseas military bases in 2007 in . and on the West Coast, where thousands of new stations will soon allow motorists to drive an electric vehicle from the Mexican border to British Columbia.
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Appian Way - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Roman army depended for its success on the use of bases in which to prepare for . Around 343 BC, Rome and Capua attempted to form an alliance, a first step . Marshes to the coast northwest of Naples, where it turned north to Capua.
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Roman conquest of Hispania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Their numerous commercial settlements based throughout these coastal . We know for certain that in 211 BC the Scipio brothers counted among their army a .
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Wars of the Delian League - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is based on an anonymous ancient scholiast's annonations to one of the . The following year, 479 BC, the Allies assembled the largest Greek army yet seen . aiming to move along the southern coast of Asia Minor, capturing each city, .
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Equestrian order - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
500 BC and could not therefore have supported such a powerful army (or . rule after 338 BC gave Rome a populous regional base from which to launch its . at Misenum in the bay of Naples and at Ravenna on the Italian Adriatic coast.
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Military mail - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first known use of military mail was by the Egyptian army in 2000 B.C. Modern . A Base Army Post Office was established in Constantinople and a field post . The individual military services (Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Coast Guard, Air .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_mail



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List of training sessions conducted for military organizations. . US Coast Guard Special Tactics, Camp Lejeune, NC, 14 Mar 2009. US Army Warrior . Canadian Forces Base, Petawawa, Ontario, Canada, 12 Mar 2009. . The Royal Westminster Regiment, New Westminster, British Columbia, Canada, 20 Dec 2008.
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Demosthenes (general) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The military activities of Demosthenes are first recorded from 426 BC when he led an . who was now patrolling the coast of the Ionian Sea with twenty Athenian ships. . he had them fortify the port, giving Athens a strong base close to Sparta.
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History of North Africa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The earliest known hominids in North Africa arrived around 200,000 BC. . Europe and the Phoenicians from Asia also settled along the coast of Northern Africa. . The Greek trade was based mainly in the Aegean, Adriatic, Black, and Red Seas and . In 693 AD, Caliph Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan sent an army of 40,000 men, .
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Punic Wars — History.com Articles, Video, Pictures and Facts
In the three Punic Wars, fought between 264 and 146 B.C., the Roman Empire . Julius Caesar is considered one of the great military leaders of history. . on the northern coast of Africa, just north of modern-day Tunis, around 814 B.C. (The . new base of influence in Spain beginning in 237 B.C., under the leadership of the .
http://www.history.com/topics/punic-wars



Pyrrhic War - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 282 BC, Rome was called by the city of Thurii for military assistance in a . they were besieging Syracuse, his necessary base, and looking for him with their fleet. . mounts a 10-ship exploratory expedition along the southern coast of Italia.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrrhic_War


Antigonid Macedonian army - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This culminated with the Battle of Sellasia in 222 BC, in which Cleomenes was defeated by an allied army, mainly anchored by a Macedonian army of 13,300 . in increasing his manpower base for future campaigns. . segments of the populations of the coastal towns and .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antigonid_Macedonian_army


History of the Outer Hebrides - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are examples of structures possibly dating from up to 3000 BC, the finest . were later to be provided for the military base at a cost of millions of pounds.
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The History of Etruria
The Etruscans achieved the peak of their military and commercial strength around the . About 600 BC., news reached Carthage of an event that threatened to . Here, on the island's east coast, the Etruscans had long since established bases .
http://www.mysteriousetruscans.com/history3.html


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