It is a wartime publication subject to the limitations of wartime intelligence collection and dissemination.
In the course of her naval career, "USS Clay" covered over 100,000 miles in wartime operations. She received four battle stars for her wartime service.
Powell continued playing for the Leeds United throughout the war in the Wartime League, as well as playing for Wales during this time.
A few wartime buildings still are in use, along with the remains of the wartime runways.
inland, a wartime concession to fears of coastal attacks) and size (restricted to wartime needs by government lenders).
Reportedly, in wartime, the Army proper could call upon the support of the National Guard, the Internal Troops of Azerbaijan, and the State Border Service.
RAF Oakley closed to flying in August 1945, but remains very visibly a wartime airfield, whose main runway remains largely intact with a 'T2' hangar retaining its wartime black finish.
There is also a wartime Museum which includes a number of aircraft and a wartime emergency underground bunker.
In March 1946, President Harry S. Truman nominated the ten top wartime generals and admirals of the United States Armed Forces including Waesche who were to retain permanently their wartime rank.
Smit continued in office in Huggins' wartime coalition government, but increasingly came to disagree with Huggins on various issues, in particular what he perceived as Huggins' willingness to entertain left-wing wartime economic policies.
He also apologised for his wartime activities. A great many formerly purged politicians stood for this election, but it has been said that Kawakami was the only one who formally acknowledged his wartime responsibility.
Historical documentary and reality television series such as "The 1940s House", "Wartime Farm" and the second season of "Coal House" place modern families in a recreated wartime settings, including digging victory gardens.
In 2016, Roth curated an exhibit of wartime photos by Vietnam War veterans entitled "My War: Wartime Photographs by Vietnam Veterans".
John Daniel Gould (16 December 1919 – 1957) was a Scottish footballer who played for Arbroath, Celtic (wartime guest), Albion Rovers, Raith Rovers (wartime guest), Dumbarton (wartime guest), Ayr United and Stenhousemuir.
Wartime Measure Act of 1918 was United States federal legislation deeming wartime travel as an unlawful act when touring without a United States passport.
Most of the station area is unused with many concrete foundations of the former wartime station buildings evident.
In 1942 the Wartime Information Board and the National Film Board of Canada hired Bagley as a graphic artist. He created wartime propaganda and recruitment posters for the Royal Navy.
The all-way airfield has been replaced by a hard-surfaced runway and taxiway system, however the large wartime parking ramp remains and all five wartime hangars remain and are still in use.
The current airfield was built south of the wartime airfield, along the D950.
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