The remaining hours were flown by the NASA Global Hawks
, the German Euro Hawk
and the US Navy's Broad Area Maritime Surveillance Demonstrator and, more recently, Triton UAS.
HUMANS HAVE BEEN FASCINATED with birds of prey--eagles, hawks
, falcons, owls--for thousands of years.
For example, the famed Pennsylvania biologist Rachel Carson used declining counts of immature bald eagles at Hawk
Mountain in her landmark book Silent Spring as evidence of DDT's harmful effects on the environment.
Almost two-dozen versions of the Hawk
have been developed, armed and unarmed, and are serving in air forces from Australia to Zimbabwe.
" part of the name is an acronym for the C-130 "Hercules airborne weapons kit."
For those tricks that skateboarders can't pull off on the streets or in skate parks, Hawk
has helped devise a new video game, Tony Hawk
The upgrade to the BBB level, which mirrors the credit quality of Carlisle, also covered Hawk
's unsecured debt ratings, the service said.
's capture provided a political opportunity for Andrew Jackson's government, and so Black Hawk
and the remnants of his band were put to use in the East as examples of defeated Indians.
Army's fleet of BLACK HAWK
helicopters continues to log fleet hoursin theater, BLACK HAWK
aircraft operating in the Middle East region are alsoperforming well for Sikorsky customers.
The American Hawk
has a range of only 25 kilometers.
was started to advance technology in flight and bring new innovations to life," said Sebastian Thrun, co-founder and CEO of Kitty Hawk