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Flack

(flak),
Martin W., British physiologist, 1882-1931. See: Flack node, Keith and Flack node.
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This 20mm Gatling gun, which also forms the basis for the Phalanx Close- In Weapons System (see "Anti-aircraft Warfare" section), is mounted aboard the F/A-18 Hornet.
Horizon SAS is a joint venture created by Thales and DCN of France and Fincantieri and Finmeccanica of Italy for the development and construction of four new-generation anti-aircraft warfare frigates, two for each country's navy.
Will Rogers the Legion of Merit, an honor also bestowed upon the officer aboard the Vincennes who was responsible for anti-aircraft warfare. The captain's citation, which made no mention of the rendezvous between missiles and 290 civilians, commended the captain for "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding service" and for the "calm and professional atmosphere" obtaining aboard the Vincennes.