They may fly in a V formation, but usually in regular lines or single file, often low over the water's surface.
Power for the production models was originally provided by a pair of GM Diesel 4-71 four cylinder engines of 160 HP each connected by a fluid coupling and arranged side by side in a shallow V formation.
In 1989, as the All Blacks were performing the haka in Lansdowne Road before playing Ireland, the Irish lined up in a tight V formation to facing New Zealand and then edged closer and closer to the All Blacks.
Fasting and dressed in a bison headdress, the shaman led a group of people at the head of a V formation.
In 2016, Hay released an album with side-project Flying V Formation, and his biography.
During liberation period, American planes in V-formation fly in the sky.
Modern Formula One power units are turbocharged, six cylinder engines in V formation, with an additional hybrid system.
0-liter three-cylinder engine received a new cylinder head assembly: the engine of the previous generation used the same block and corresponding components but featured a head with valves in a V-formation straddling a single camshaft with rocker arms on shafts, whereas now the cylinder head assumed a much slimmer profile, owing to the valves now being in a vertical, inline configuration, actuated by inverted buckets also serving as hydraulic valve lash adjusters, all underneath a single overhead camshaft.
Geese, like other birds, fly in a V formation. During flight, communication between each bird is important and the V formation can make that easier.
The name has been adopted by the birdwatching community to describe the familiar V-shaped formations of flights of geese, ducks and other migratory birds, though this more symmetric formation is more strictly defined as a V formation.
One theory on migrating bird flight states that many larger bird species fly in a V formation so that all but the leader bird can take advantage of the upwash part of the wingtip vortex of the bird ahead.
While the Americans were patrolling in a loose skirmishing V formation.
During the burial rites at the King Street Catholic Cemetery, the United States Army Air Corps presented a fly-over ceremony in a v-formation.
Vintar derived its name from the Ilocano word, "intar", which used to describe the formation or order taken by the subject from their ruler whenever the chief called them to attention.
It is designed with 3 seats in a V-formation, with the driver at the apex, and has open sides. It is an urban car and has a range of [...] and a maximum speed of [...].
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