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“Gadhafi appears to be shifting his tactics, relying increasingly on helicopters rather than fixed-wing aircraft to attack rebel positions.”
“As a part of a push to reduce civilian casualties and bolster Afghan support, the U.S.-led coalition sought to shift away from fixed-wing aircraft that had been involved in high-profile incidents, including a 2008 strike that hit an Afghan wedding party, killing more than two dozen civilians.”
“The fixed-wing, single-engine T-28 plane is registered to John Mangan of Concord, N.C., and was built in 1958, according to an FAA registry.”
“Thousands of people were watching from a distance but no one was injured when a T-28 fixed-wing plane in a civilian aerobatics group wobbled and crashed Saturday, authorities said.”
“In parallel, two MV-22 Ospreys—specialized aircraft that can take off and land vertically like a helicopter but can fly as fast as a fixed-wing aircraft—prepared to launch from the Kearsarge.”
“Â This method became standard and remains standard on fixed-wing aircraft of all kinds.”
“Although not the first to build and fly experimental aircraft, the Wright brothers were the first to invent aircraft controls that made fixed-wing powered flight possible.”
“In the two years afterward, the brothers developed their flying machine into the first practical fixed-wing aircraft.”
“USD was more than happy to grant DeMint's fixed-wing request itsallverbatim”
“Sudan Armed ForcesThe June 28 images show four fixed-wing aircraft, including ground attack aircraft, and five helicopters, including Mi-24 hind gunships.”
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