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APACHE

 (Acute Physiology and Chronic Health Evaluation)
a patient classification system that predicts the risk of death in intensive care units.
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But it is the expedition to the Sierra Madre in search of the last free-roaming Apaches that is the supposed subject of this book.
The Apaches were loaded May 30 and arrived in Rotterdam the following day.
The WAH-64 Apache is an upgraded version of the Apaches used by the Americans.
Summary: New Delhi (India), Aug 22 (ANI) Boosting the firepower of India's defence forces, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will officially induct the first batch of Apache attack helicopters into the Indian Air Force on September 3 in Pathankot.
That year, Neil Goodwin witnessed the crown dance, one of the most sacred rituals of the Chiricahua Apaches, which had not been performed for more than a hundred years.
The Egyptian Air Force (EAF) has decided to equip its fleet of 35 AH-64 Apaches with the AN/ALQ-162(V)6 jammer, developed by Northrop Grumman Electronic Semsors and Systems Sector (Rolling Meadows, IL), under a $15-million foreign-military-sales contract.
Summary: New Delhi [India], July 27 (ANI): Boeing on Monday announced the arrival of first four AH-64E Apaches for the Indian Air Force (IAF) at the Hindan Air Force Station.
Notwithstanding the countless lawmen and bounty hunters claiming to have killed him, he was probably never caught and may have ultimately sought refuge with remnants of the Sierra Madre Apaches in northern Mexico.
In 1962, Neil Goodwin, 22, a New York State architect, and his mother were sorting through his long-dead father's belongings when they found a meticulously kept diary of his days as an amateur ethnographer studying the Apaches of New Mexico.
(Mesa, AZ) have inked a deal whereby the company will modify AH-64D Longbow Apaches.
A brief visit may not allow an outsider to grasp the place, but few leave without an appreciation of the enduring pride Apaches rightfully take in their land, their enduring birthright, and their source of distinctive identity.