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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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Assembled by Northrop Grumman workers in Palmdale, Global Hawk aircraft are capable of flying at an altitude of 65,000 feet, above storms and about six miles higher than jetliners normally fly, for more than 35 hours at a time.
In November 2001, the Air Force deployed Global Hawk ACTD hardware to Southwest Asia to meet an urgent Central Command request for persistent, broad-area reconnaissance and surveillance for Operation Enduring Freedom.
The Bush Hawk is a practical bush plane built to handle unpredictable northern climates and bumpy dirt airstrips, Hamblin says.
2) For purposes of the BHC Act, the home state of Herky Hawk is Iowa, and Herky Hawk proposes to acquire depository institutions in Illinois, in addition to Iowa.
It was my greatest personal achievement," says Hawk.
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1 goal is to support the persistent intelligence collection needs of the warfighter,'' said George Guerra, Northrop Grumman program director for Global Hawk.
The most common tactic was the "surprise pounce," in which many different hawks would dive at the rabbit from different directions, confusing it until one hawk could get a clean shot at the animal.
Zoller, president and chief executive officer of Kitty Hawk, Inc.
The Euro Hawk will be equipped with gear developed by the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company or EADS for collecting communications and radio signals to meet the German Air Force's requirement for a high-altitude, long-endurance signal intelligence system.
Kaman is a major subcontractor to Sikorsky on the BLACK HAWK program.