Israeli Air Force Museum

The Israeli Air Force Museum is located at Hatzerim Airbase in the Negev desert. The museum was established in 1977 and has been open to the public since 1991; the museum displays a variety of Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft, as well as anti aircraft arms. Aerospatiale Gazelle - Former Syrian aircraft, captured 1982. De Havilland Vampire - liveried as Lebanese Air Force aircraft De Havilland Venom - liveried as Iraqi Air Force aircraft Hawker Hunter - Former Chilean example, liveried as Royal Jordanian Air Force aircraft. Grumman TBM-3E Avenger - BuNo. 69355 MiG-15 - former Polish aircraft, bearing Egyptian livery. MiG-17 MiG-21 - #007, liveried as Operation Diamond aircraft MiG-21 - #339, two seat variant, acquired 2011 from IAI via Romania. Ex Madagascar AF aircraft. MiG-23 - Former Syrian aircraft, defected 1989. Mil Mi-24 - Acquired 2011. Bristol Beaufighter - remains of Israeli aircraft shot down 1948, retrieved 1994. De Havilland Mosquito Hiller 360 MiG-17 - remains of Syrian aircraft shot down over the Sea of Galilee in 1966 MiG-19 - Tail of Egyptian aircraft shot down in 1967 Noorduyn Norseman Sukhoi Su-7 - Tail of Egyptian aircraft shot down during Yom Kippur War Tupolev Tu-16 - remains of Iraqi aircraft shot down in 1967 ZSU-23-4 Shilka ZSU-57-2 SA-2 Guideline - mobile launcher SA-2 Guideline - static launcher Website

Australian Company Number

An Australian Company Number is a unique nine-digit number issued by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission to every company registered under the Commonwealth Corporations Act 2001 as an identifier. The number is printed in three groups of three digits, it must be quoted on all correspondence and invoices issued by that company. A similar system is used for non-company entities such as trusts, for foreign companies. Under the Corporations Act 2001, every company in Australia is issued with a unique, nine-digit number, an Australian Company Number. Companies are required to disclose their ACN on: the common seal and every other seal of the company. An ACN is not required on: labelling, including envelopes and transport documents. An ACN remains unchanged if a company has a name change or is deregistered. A similar 9 digit Australian Registered Body Number is used for non-company entities such as registerable Australian bodies, for foreign companies; when the GST was introduced in Australia the government introduced a number of complementary measures.

These included the ABN, removal of wholesale Sales Tax exemptions and changes to the FBT and changes to the treatment of trusts and charities. A company's Australian Business Number includes the ACN as the last nine digits; the ABN indicates that a person, trust or company is registered with the Australian Business Register. The ABR facilitates and streamlines many Australian business-to-government and government-to-business processes, such as Australian Tax Office transactions involving the collection and remittance of the Goods and Services Tax. ACN 000 000 019, 007 249 989, 005 749 986 ABN 53 004 085 616 The ACN is generated using an algorithm with the last digit being a check digit allowing the number to be verified; the ABN is generated using an algorithm. The last 9 digits of an ABN do not always comply with the ASIC ACN algorithm, for example the Australian Tax Office ABN 51 824 753 556. Prior to the introduction of the 9 digit ACN, company information was filed under the company name, which might vary from 1 to 80 characters.

This is an inefficient way to run a filing system, can lead to problems if two company names differ in one of the middle digits, for example: Strudle Pty Ltd and Stradle Pty Ltd. Unique identifiers, like the ACN, help reduce fraud by firstly differentiating companies and/or subsidiaries with similar names, since companies with similar names will tend to have different ACNs. If a company changes its name for any reason, including phoenix company, the ACN remains the same. Cambodia C/O 2456/096 - The Railways Transport Co-operation Canada The CA Identification Number is used in Canada to identify textile dealers. Brazil CNPJ United Kingdom - Registered number. Company number 00037038 - The Equitable Life Assurance Society United States Registered Identification Number Australian Business Register Australian Company Numbers from ASIC Company Registration in Australia, Company 123 Pty Ltd - Third party online company registration company

Charlotte Marsh

Charlotte "Charlie" Marsh was a militant British suffragette. She was a paid organiser of the Women's Social and Political Union and is one of the first women to be force fed during one of several terms of imprisonment for militant protest, she was chauffeur to David Lloyd George. Marsh was born in 1887 in Newcastle, her father, Arthur Hardwick Marsh, was a noted watercolour artist. She was educated locally at St Margaret's School and at Roseneath in Wrexham before completing her education in Bordeaux. In 1907 she did not become active, it is thought. Marsh became a full-time organiser for the WSPU, she helped Mary Philips in pavement chalking in Lambeth, whom Philips noted'gamely stood the jeering and rough handling' the women got in the process. She was seen on parade, considered less to attract violence, with Dora Spong with Dorothy Hartopp Radcliffe, Hilda Dallas handing out Votes for Women, publicising with a placard the Women's Parliament on 30 June 1908. On 30 June 1908 she was arrested with Elsie Howey and imprisoned in Holloway for a month on charges of obstructing the police.

She was seen on parade with Dora Spong with Dorothy Hartopp Radcliffe, Hilda Dallas with a placard promoting the Women's Parliament on 30 June 1908. On 17 September 1909 Marsh, Mary Leigh and Patricia Woodlock climbed onto the roof of Bingley Hall in Birmingham to protest at being excluded from a political meeting where the British Prime Minister Asquith was giving a speech, they threw roof tiles which they levered up with an axe at the police. She was sent to trial and on to Winson Green Prison. In protest about not being treated as a political prisoner they went on hunger strike. Marsh and Woodlock became two of the first suffragette hunger strikers to be forcibly fed. Marsh was invited as a leading suffragette to Eagle House in Batheaston in April 1911; this was the home of Mary Blathwayt and her parents and they invited leading suffragettes to plant trees. Colonel Blathwayt would take a photo and a plaque was made to record the event. Marsh planted Picea Polita. Mary's mother, Evelyn Blathwayt, recorded that Marsh was not eating meat but seemed to have recovered from her imprisonment.

Marsh had been given a Hunger Strike Medal'for Valour' by WSPU. During World War I she worked as a mechanic and chauffeur for Lloyd George, whilst continuing her activism. Lloyd George was aware of her background but he wanted to make a political bridge to those wanting suffrage. Moreover, he wanted to employ a woman as he was campaigning for women to join the workforce to replace men who were in the armed forces. George drove his car but served as its mechanic. Marsh worked for the Land Army. By 1916, Marsh was frustrated with the WSPU's refusal to campaign on suffrage issues during the war, she founded the breakaway Independent Women's Social and Political Union to continue the campaign, publishing Independent Suffragette. After the war she worked for the WILPF peace movement and as a social worker in San Francisco, she returned to London where she returned to her expertise in public health working for London County Council. She was involved with Edith How-Martyn in setting up the collection of the Suffragette Fellowship documenting the movement.

In 1952, she was gave a speech at the inaugural meeting of the National Assembly of Women and presented a declaration of women's solidarity for equality and peace. Marsh died in 1961