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hawk

bird of prey in the subfamily Accipitridae. Includes genera of Accipiter (goshawk and European sparrowhawk). The unrelated American sparrowhawk (Falco sparverius) is a member of the falcon family.
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11, 2001, the Global Hawk program was in a technology-demonstration phase in which a handful of aircraft were being built and tested to see whether it would be possible to field a high-altitude, unmanned reconnaissance aircraft.
Current Title 10 requirements and guidelines don't align well with the Global Hawk acquisition strategy.
Whatever the date, some kind of war seems increasingly certain--and probably wise, for the hawks have a much better argument for attacking Iraq than many people imagine.
One hawk would land and walk into the cover, flushing out the prey and exposing it to the waiting hawks outside.
1 goal is to support the persistent intelligence collection needs of the warfighter,'' said George Guerra, Northrop Grumman program director for Global Hawk.
This exercise demonstrated how the Global Hawk system could assist military combatant commanders and homeland security officials to stem the flow of illegal drug trafficking in the air and on the water,'' said James Kohn, Northrop Grumman's program manager for the demonstration.
When asked what it meant to be included on the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 soundtrack, lead singer Jasan Radford said, "We are all avid Tony Hawk Pro Skater players and are very grateful for the chance to be on this amazing soundtrack, and to be stacked with all the talented bands on there.
The successful delivery of N-1 to Pax River marks a major milestone in the joint development of the Global Hawk reconnaissance system," said Col.
We continue to be proud of our partnership with the Fannie Mae Foundation to help provide housing for low-to-moderate income families in Atlanta," said Hawks player Alan Henderson.
For further information, please contact Walter Tyler, president of Hawks, at (303) 986-0100, or Matt Gallagher at Weber Shandwick Worldwide at (646) 658-8155.
This is a historic event,'' said Randy Brown, Global Hawk Systems Group director with the Air Force's Aeronautical Systems Center at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio.
HOTLANTA viewers and Hawks fans will be the next market in the nation, following USAB Dallas KSTR-TV, to experience the compelling broadcast television that USAB's award-winning programming and promotion teams have developed.