Marine Aircraft Group 40

Marine Aircraft Group 40

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Marine Aircraft Group 40 is a composite United States Marine Corps aviation unit that is based in Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2009. They served as the aviation combat element for 2nd Marine Expeditionary Brigade which was supporting Operation Enduring Freedom from spring 2009 through April 4, 2010 when they were relieved by the 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing (Fwd). The group is currently composed of two CH-53 squadrons, one light attack helicopter squadron, one AV-8B Harrier II squadron, one MV-22 Osprey squadron, one KC-130 tactical aerial refueling squadron, one unmanned aerial vehicle squadron and an aviation logistics squadron.

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Marine hatchetfish

Marine hatchetfishes or deep-sea hatchetfishes are small deep-sea mesopelagic ray-finned fish of the stomiiform subfamily Sternoptychinae. They should not be confused with the freshwater hatchetfishes, which are not particularly closely related Teleostei in the characiform family Gasteropelecidae. The scientific name means "Sternoptyx-subfamily", from Sternoptyx (the type genus) the standard animal family suffix "-inae". It ultimately derives from Ancient Greek strnon (, "breast") ptx (, "a fold/crease") Latin forma ("external form"), the Greek part in reference to the thorax shape of marine hatchetfishes.

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The Marine

The Marine is a 2006 American action comedy film directed by John Bonito, and starring professional wrestler John Cena in his first film acting role. It was executive produced by Vince McMahon through the film production division of WWE, called WWE Studios, and distributed in the United States by 20th Century Fox. The screenplay was written by Alan B. McElroy and Michelle Gallagher. Despite negative reviews, it was a financial success and since then, it is considered a cult film. It is the first entry The Marine film series, spawning five sequels, all of which were released direct-to-video.

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Gloucester Marine Railways

Gloucester Marine Railways (established 1859) is one of the oldest continuously operated shipyards in the U.S. And is located on the northern tip of Rocky Neck in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Originally an extension of the Dodd & Tarr Fisheries, the railways at this site were constructed in 1859 on the northernmost tip of Rocky Neck. Up until the 1970s the marine railways used a steam engine to haul vessels, the gears of this steam engine were built at the same factory that built the motor for the USS Monitor, the Civil War battleship. In 1874 the site was given the name "Rocky Neck Marine Railways Association" by the Tarr brothers after they took over the firm of Dodd & Tarr. The railways were used to maintain the Gloucester fishing fleet of schooners that fished the water of the Grand Banks. Now known as Gloucester Marine Railways, the shipyard has maintained and repaired thousands of fishing, commercial, and pleasure boats. Large wooden schooners are still commonplace here. A modern Travelift has been installed but the original railways are still in operation to this day.

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Marine Hotel, Batavia

Marine Hotel was one of the former landmark of the Molenvliet, a 17th-century built canal located in Batavia, the Dutch East Indies (now Jakarta, Indonesia). Marine Hotel was located at the south end of Molenvliet West (now Jalan Gajah Mada), approximately at the location of the old building of Bank Tabungan Negara. The building has been demolished

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How can I find this out???? ?

There can be many reasons as to why you "had" to buy that picture. Is it the start of a passion "for art/or a marine?" Listen to yourself and really think of why you bought it. As far as identifying who the marine is, it will be difficult. To start, are there any aspects of the image that can identify anything? A badge, statue, type of bird, etc? That would be a good starting point. It will be awesome if you can find out who he is. Good luck!

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Usage in marine vessels

The V8 configuration is not commonly used in marine vessels, however several marine diesel V8 engines have been produced by companies such as Brons, Scania, and Yanmar

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Marine, Illinois

Marine is a village in Madison County, Illinois, United States. The population was 960 at the 2010 census.

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Western Marine Shipyard

Western Marine Shipyard Limited is a public listed shipbuilding company based in Chittagong, Bangladesh. The shipyard has constructed various types of vessels till date, including ocean going multi purpose cargo vessels, passenger vessels & boats, oil tankers, ro-ro ferry, pontoons, barges, fishing trawlers, dredgers, tug boats, container vessels, etc. Western Marine Shipyard is the country's largest shipbuilder, standing with over 42 acres of land, modernized into a shipyard consisting of all sorts of tech & heavy machinery. Sitting in the Eastern Bank of the Karnaphuli river in Chittagong, it is an employment source for 3500 people; including skilled and semi skilled labors. More than five hundred marine professionals are also working in the shipyard. Including marine experts, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers, naval architects & experts in other fields. As a result of that, today, they are constructing vessels for buyers around the world [see Projects] and owns 89 percent of Bangladesh's shipbuilding market.

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