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Royal Air Force

and exercise of the royal prerogative give rise to serious constitutional questions concerning the rule of law in a democratic society.” Critically assess this statement. The first task of this essay is to say what the royal prerogative is. Then this essay will attempt to examine the scope and exercise of the said royal prerogative. Lastly this essay shall consider what issues regarding the rule of law are touched upon by the vexatious issue of the royal prerogative. The royal prerogative is a series...

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Geography Defense Force

Australian Defence Force Essay Australia has its own defence force that defends itself and assists many other nations. Defence is the action of defending from, or resisting attack. Although the main aim and purpose of this defence force is to protect people and fight in the “War on Terror”, it can have cultural, economic and geopolitical advantages and disadvantages. The Australian Defence Force (ADF) is the military organisation that is responsible for the defence of Australia. The ADF...

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Did the Women in World War 2 Have an Effect on the Victories?

three branches; navy, army, and air force. In all, 3,656 members of the army’s nursing service served in the war, more than two-thirds of whom went overseas. They served in hospitals in Canada, England, Europe, and in casualty clearing stations near the battlefields. The Nursing Service Branch of the Royal Canadian Naval Medical Services was established in the autumn of 1941. By the end of the war, they had 343 nurses. In November 1940, the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) Nursing Service was authorized...

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World War II: The Royal Canadian Air Force Canada made many significant contributions to the winning World War II and one of the major contributions Canada made was the Royal Canadian Air Force. A significant contribution the air force made was they provided a place for allied pilots to train and supplied a large amount of money. The Air Force helped protect the convoys going across the Atlantic and helped develop new anti- naval weapons. Another contribution was defending Britain from German bombings...

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The Few by Alex Kershaw Book Report

Act of 1939). Seven Americans, however, did not remain neutral and that’s what this book is about. They joined Britain's Royal Air Force to help save Britain in its darkest hour to fight off the skilled pilots of Germany's Luftwaffe in the blue skies over England, the English Channel, and North Europe. By October 1940, they had helped England succeed in one of the greatest air battles in the history of aviation, the Battle of Britain. This book helps to show the impact of the few Americans who joined...

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Avro Arrow Essay

mankind, humans have always wanted to conquer the skies. After the Wright Brothers first flight, mankind has dreamed of bigger and better aircrafts. Shortly after World War ll a company named Avro Aircraft Limited was assigned the job by the Royal Canadian Air Force to build supersonic twin engine interceptor which could defend Canada against Soviet Bombers during the Cold War. With a plant in Milton, Ontario and 14 000 employees, Avro Aircraft Limited built and manufactured ones of the greatest planes...

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Scs Training Locatrion

submarines, specialized rescue teams, and equipment to search for and rescue personnel in distress on land or at sea. Support large scale conventional military training - Offer the SAF military training in all medium of operations - land, sea and air.(Sea: Deep waters surrounding the island → Excellent area for RSN to train and test its USW, submarine support and rescue capabilities) | Australia  * Shoalwater bay (ARMY)   - Exercise Wallaby (22 Sep - 24 Nov 2012)It is an annual exercise started...

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The Battle of Britain: a Turning Point in Wwii

in WWII A substantial turning point in World War II, the Battle of Britain encompassed a German aerial attack on England. An Allied victory, this battle marked the first successful attempt at European resistance against Nazi Germany. The German air force was defeated and with the United States entering the war, an allied victory became tangible. Through reviewing key aspects of the pre-battle era, the battle itself, and the aftermath of the battle, its role as a turning point in World War II becomes...

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Billy Bishop: A True Canadian Hero

What are the qualities that define a true hero? An aggressive Canadian pilot, with a daring personality, became a legend and encouraged a whole new generation of young people. The air marshal William Avery “Billy” Bishop was one of the most successful fighters in the sky, whose act of bravery has been recognized by exactly 16 war medals and 72 victories. Not only did Bishop fly aircraft with his partner, but he took individual missions behind enemy lines to attack. Billy Bishop was born on February...

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organised trips, but special permits are needed, and all arrival must be by air or a cruise port. Unauthorized travelers who arrive on shore after crossing the strait, even those with visas, may be arrested, imprisoned briefly, fined, deported and banned from future visas. RAF The Royal Air Force (RAF) is the aerial warfare service branch of the British Armed Forces. Formed on 1 April 1918,[3] it is the oldest independent air force in the world. The RAF has taken a significant role in British military...

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