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Strike fighter

In current military parlance, a strike fighter is a multirole combat aircraft designed to operate as an attack aircraft, while incorporating certain performance characteristics of a fighter for air-to-air combat. As a category, it is distinct from fighter-bombers, it is related to the concept of interdictor aircraft, but it puts more emphasis on air-to-air combat capabilities as a multirole combat aircraft. Examples of contemporary American strike fighters are the McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle, Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet, Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II. Beginning in the 1940s, the term "strike fighter" was used in navies to refer to fighter aircraft capable of performing air-to-surface strikes, such as the Westland Wyvern, Blackburn Firebrand and Blackburn Firecrest; the term "light weight tactical strike fighter" was used to describe the aircraft to meet the December 1953 NATO specification NBMR-1. Amongst the designs submitted to the competition were the Aerfer Sagittario 2, Breguet Br.1001 Taon, Dassault Étendard VI, Fiat G.91 and Sud-Est Baroudeur.

The term entered normal use in the United States Navy by the end of the 1970s, becoming the official description of the new McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet. In 1983, the U. S. Navy renamed each existing Fighter Attack Squadron to Strike Fighter Squadron to emphasize the air-to-surface mission; this name spread to non-maritime use. When the F-15E Strike Eagle came into service, it was called a "dual role fighter", but it instead became known as a "strike fighter". In 1995, the U. S. military's Joint Advanced Strike Technology program changed its name to the Joint Strike Fighter program. The project resulted in the development of the F-35 Lightning II family of fifth generation multirole fighters to perform ground attack and air defense missions with stealth capability. McDonnell Douglas F-15E Strike Eagle Boeing F/A-18E/F Super Hornet Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Shenyang J-15S Shenyang J-16 Sukhoi Su-30MKK Sukhoi Su-34 Interdictor aircraft Interceptor aircraft Fighter-bomber Attack aircraft Multirole combat aircraft

2019–20 Zira FK season

The Zira FK 2018-19 season is Zira's fifth Azerbaijan Premier League season, sixth season in their history. On 8 October, Samir Abbasov left his role as manager of Zira by mutual consent. On 9 October, Zaur Hashimov was appointed as Zira's new manager until the end of the season. On 21 December, Zira announced the singing of Aghabala Ramazanov and Davit Volkovi on an 18-month contracts starting from 1 January 2020. On 11 January, Sony Norde was released by Zira. On 14 January, Alie Sesay joined Zira on an 18-month contract. On 21 January, Jovan Krneta returned to Zira. On 25 January, Gheorghe Anton signed for Zira on an 18-month contract. On 27 January, Robin Ngalande was released by Zira. On 29 January, Julio Rodríguez left Zira by mutual consent. On 2 February, Elvin Mammadov left Zira by mutual consent. On 3 March, Zira announced the signing of Emil Balayev on a contract until the end of the season. On 13 March 2020, the Azerbaijan Premier League was postponed due to the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.

As of match played 8 March 2020 As of match played 8 March 2020

Table of organization and equipment

A table of organization and equipment is the specified organization and equipment of units. Used in acronyms as'T/O' and'T/E', it provides information on the mission and capabilities of a unit as well as the unit's current status. A general TOE is applicable to a type of unit rather than a specific unit. In this way, all units of the same branch follow the same structural guidelines. In the Soviet and the Russian Armed Forces the term used for TO&E since the 1930s is "Shtatnoe raspisanie", it originates from the term "Shtat", used to denote manpower and in a secondary meaning as the synonym for TO&E itself. Note that in the Soviet Union and modern day Russia the term "Shtatnoe raspisanie" applied not only to military unit, but to state organisations such as ministries, universities, hospitals etc. and to the corporate structure of private companies. Many of the Red Army's rifle divisions at the beginning of Operation Barbarossa were operating on Shtat 04/400 of 5 April 1941; this Shtat stipulated that an infantry division should consist of three infantry regiments, a light and a howitzer artillery regiment, other artillery units, a reconnaissance battalion, a combat engineer battalion, chemical company, transport and logistics train units, an aviation flight, a division staff consisting of the division commander, division staff, a quartermaster section of five officers, a military tribunal of two officers, a political section of 11 officers.

Soviet rifle divisions were forced to operate at far below their authorised strengths. For example, in the middle of the fighting on the Eastern Front, on July 20, 1942, a report on the 284th Rifle Division lamented: "In the division there are 3,172 military servicemen. There are 21 motorized vehicles in the division, but according to the shtat there should be 114. There are just 7 heavy machine guns. 47 light machine guns, but according to the shtat there should be 350. 36 anti-tank rifles, but 277 according to the shtat. The division's separation from its supply base extends up to 100 kilometres and aggravates the supply food." The commissar, went on to urgently request vehicles, small arms and support weapons, draught horses, a closer supply base. After the first day of fighting he further reported that the lack of high-explosive shells forced the artillery to fire armor-piercing rounds at enemy firing points and troops. In the U. S. Army, there are four basic types of TOEs: The Base Table of Organization and Equipment An organizational design document based on current doctrine and available equipment.

It shows the basics of their wartime requirements. The Objective table of organization and equipment An updated form of the BTOE formed within the last year, it is a modern document and is up to date with current policies and initiatives. A Modification table of organization and equipment A document that modifies a Basic TOE in regard to a specific unit. Used when a unit's needs are different from the BTOE. A Table of distribution and allowances A type of temporary TOE, applicable to a specific mission. Used in an instance when there is no applicable TOE; each TOE has a unique number. When changes are needed, a table is not modified, instead, a new table is drafted from scratch. Marine T/O&Es are based on a generic template for each specific type and size of unit, for example, a weapons company of an infantry battalion, or a heavy helicopter squadron; these templates are modified as needed by the individual unit. The Marine Corps relies on other documents to report what personnel and equipment a unit possesses.

The T/O section denotes every authorized billet within a unit by rank and Military Occupational Specialty required to fulfill the necessary duties. The T/E section denotes authorized equipment by quantity. Military organization Military doctrine Military science Military unit Order of battle U. S. Army TOE TRADOC Regulation 71-15 What is a TOE

Tatjana Doll

Tatjana Doll is a contemporary German painter. Tatjana Doll graduated in 1998 from the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf under the master Dieter Krieg. From 2005 to 2006, she was a guest professor for painting in the Kunsthochschule Weißensee Berlin. After residing in New York and Rome in Villa Massimo, Casa Baldi Olevano Romano, she now lives and works in Berlin. 2009 she was appointed as art professor at the State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe and works, since at the external campus Freiburg. Doll's pictures show diverse everyday objects, which structure and influence our lives in the way we are not aware of. Cardboard cups, electronic devices, lorries or cars are depicted in large, realistic paintings and are subjects to a detailed analysis by the means of art; the focus on a single object allows taking a distance from the automatic way of seeing it, to look at it from a different point of view and to recognize social and political contexts behind it. "Doll's painting begins with social reality as well as with the question of images and symbols to represent the processes of this reality and their subjective assimilation.".

In her works, Tatjana Doll investigates the possibilities and the borders of painting as well as "its potential to disclose social processes and our perception of them". The predominantly realistic style appears stronger due to the oversized formats; the artist works with the same motive across a series of pictures and therefore lets the moment of accident integrate the pictorial interplay. Tatjana Doll finds the way to express the confrontation of perfection and failure and breach; the material plays a great role – the artist works with enamel, the shiny surface of which gets cracks, paint puddles, waves. 2015 The Pharaoh Is Coming, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin 2014 DOLL vs. HAVEKOST, Neue Galerie Gladbeck 2013 Recession II, Cristina Guerra, Lissabon 2013 Raster Image ProcessingBalthus, Delacroix, Kirchner & Douanier Rousseau, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris 2013 SILENT RUNNING, Nanzuka Underground Gallery, Tokio 2012 Enigma, The Essential Collection, Zürich 2011 Hang'Em High, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Berlin 2011 Girls Wait, Galerie Klaus Gerrit Friese, Stuttgart 2010 Tel Lie Vision, Milano 2010 Camp, Museum Junge Kunst, Frankfurt 2010 Reventon, Nanzuka Underground Gallery, Tokio 2010 Toxic Chemicals,Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen 2009 Container Ship, Art Unlimited, Basel 2009 Der Lügner unter Betrügern, Galerie Gebr.

Lehmann, Berlin 2009 Im Westen Nichts Neues, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden 2008 Recycling Containers, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris 2008 Recession, Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art, Lissabon 2008 Institutional and poetic violence, Museu de Arte Contemporânea, Porto 2007 Vigliance Proprete, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris 2006 100 Bilder aus der Sammlung Schleich, Galerie Gebr. Lehmann, Dresden 2005 Bier für Öl, Kunsthalle Bremerhaven 2015 Berlin Artists Statement, BWA Contemporary Art Gallery, Katowice 2015 A Man Walks into A Bar, me Collectors Room, Berlin 2014 Mensch werde wesentlich, KV Freunde Aktueller Kunst, Zwickau 2013 Black & White, 5 Artists 4 Cities, Patrick Painter Gallery, Los Angeles 2013 My Kind of Disneyland, Märkisches Museum Witten 2013 The Legend of the Shelves, Berlin 2012 Salon der Gegenwart, Hamburg 2012 Deja-Vue, Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe. Kunst von 1952 bis 2012, Staatliche Kunsthalle Orangerie, Karlsruhe 2012 Œuvre sur papier, Galerie Jean Brolly, Paris 2012 False Optimism, Crawford Art Gallery, Cork City, Ireland 2011 Deutsche Dinge, White Block Gallery, Korea 2011 The Last First Decade, Art Centre, Ellipse Foundation, Cascais, Portugal 2011 Things are queer.

Highlights der Sammlung UniCredit, Marta Herford, Herford 2010 If not in this period of time – Contemporary German Painting, Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Brasilien 2010 Schwarz, Märkisches Museum Witten, Witten 2010 platinum metre, aschenbach&hofland galleries, Amsterdam List of German women artists

Brazilian Society of Physiology

The Brazilian Society of Physiology is a learned society and association of students and professionals in physiology in Brazil. It is a member of the Brazilian Federation of Experimental Biology Societies and of the Brazilian Society for the Advancement of Science. Internationally, it is the country's representative at the International Union of Physiological Sciences and at the Latin American Association of Physiological Sciences; the Society was founded on August 1957, in the city of Rio de Janeiro. Among the founding members was a host of important Brazilian scientists of the century, such as Wilson Teixeira Beraldo, Oto G. Bier, Franklin Moura Campos, Alberto de Carvalho, Carlos Chagas, Nelson Chaves, Mário Vianna Dias, Carlos Ribeiro Diniz, Hiss Martins Ferreira, Paulo Enéas Galvão, José Moura Gonçalves, Aristides Pacheco Leão, Thales Martins, Erasmo G. Mendes, José Ribeiro do Valle, Fernando Ubatuba, Amadeu Cury, Haiti Moussatché, Eline S. Prado, José Leal Prado, Paulo Sawaya, Mauricio Rocha e Silva, Lauro Sollero and Baeta Viana.

Prof. Thales Martins was elected the first president. Among its most noted past presidents were Wilson Beraldo, Hiss Martins Ferreira, Eduardo Moacyr Krieger, César Timo-Iaria and Gerhard Malnic; the Society's official journal is the Brazilian Journal of Medical and Biological Research, published on-line by SciElo. Brazilian science and technology SBFis official site

Ise-Takehara Station

Ise-Takehara Station is a railway station located in Tsu, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is 29.5 rail kilometers from the terminus of the Meishō Line at Matsusaka Station. Since Typhoon Melor on October 8, 2009, Ieki Station has become the terminus for the Meishō Line as all services between Ieki Station and Ise-Okitsu Station remain suspended indefinitely. Central Japan Railway Company Meishō Line Ise-Takehara Station has a single island platform. Ise-Takehara Station was opened on December 5, 1935 as a station on the Japanese Government Railways. Freight services were suspended from October 1965; the station has been unattended since April 1, 1986. Along with the division and privatization of JNR on April 1, 1987, the station came under the control and operation of the Central Japan Railway Company. During Typhoon Melor on October 8, 2009, services on the Meishō Line were suspended. Services were resumed on October 15, 2009 as far as Ieki Station, but onward services to Ise-Okitsu Station remain suspended with no announced date of resumption.

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