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State bans on local anti-discrimination laws in the United States

State bans on local anti-discrimination laws in the United States are anti-LGBT state laws that prohibit local cities and counties from enacting, with the exception of public employment, anti-discrimination laws that are not covered by statewide ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Bonaire

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights in Bonaire are very progressive by Caribbean standards. Bonaire forms part of the Caribbean Netherlands and is a special municipalitiy of the Netherlands. Both male and female same-sex sexual activit ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Curaçao

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons in Curaçao may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Curaçao, but same-sex marriage is not legal. Same-sex couples w ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Saba

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights in Saba are very progressive by Caribbean standards. Saba forms part of the Caribbean Netherlands and is a special municipalitiy of the Netherlands. Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Sint Eustatius

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender rights in Sint Eustatius are quite progressive by Caribbean standards. Sint Eustatius forms part of the Caribbean Netherlands and is a special municipalitiy of the Netherlands. Both male and female same-sex ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Sint Maarten

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender persons in Sint Maarten may face legal challenges not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Both male and female same-sex sexual activity are legal in Sint Maarten, a constituent country of the Kingdom of the ...

                                               

Multikulturhaus

The Multikulturhaus in Neu-Ulm was a cultural centre run by the Multikulturhaus e. V., a registered association. On 28 December 2005 it was shut down by the Bavarian Ministry of the Interior. The land, the building and monetary funds were confisc ...

                                               

Nur movement

The Nur movement is a religious movement in Turkey based on the writings of Said Nursi, which promoted the concept of the "Quran" as a "living document" which needed to be continually re-interpreted. The group is against the government in the 196 ...

                                               

Islamism in the United Kingdom

Islamism has existed in the United Kingdom since the 1970s, and has become widely visible and a topic of political discourse since the beginning of the 21st century. Islam in the UK is growing rapidly due to immigration since 1980-ies. In 2011, 2 ...

                                               

Cork Defence Union

The Cork Defence Union was a non-sectarian and non-political organisation established in Cork, Ireland, October 1885 to unite together all friends of law and order of all classes in this country in a body for their mutual defence and protection’. ...

                                               

LGBT rights in Northern Ireland

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender rights in Northern Ireland have traditionally been slower to advance than the rest of United Kingdom, with the region having lagged behind England, Scotland, and Wales. Northern Ireland was the last part of the ...

                                               

Venga TG-10

The Venga TG-10 Brushfire was a military trainer aircraft developed in Canada in the late 1980s. The sole prototype was destroyed in a fire without having flown. The TG-10 was a low-wing, single-engine jet with seating in tandem for the pilot and ...

                                               

ZSO 523

The ZSO 523 was a proposed 1940s large military transport designed by the Zeppelin company of Friedrichshafen. During the Second World War Nazi Germany concentrated on building fighters and bombers and the production of support aircraft was trans ...

                                               

Moscow Aviation Institute BB-MAI

The Moscow Aviation Institute BB-MAI was a Soviet light bomber/attack plane prototype aircraft. Designed in 1939 by Peter Grushin of the Moscow Aviation Institute, it was delayed by problems with the new Klimov M-105 engine and eventually only a ...

                                               

Operational Requirement F.155

Operational Requirement F.155 was a specification issued by the British Ministry of Supply for an interceptor aircraft to defend the United Kingdom from high-flying supersonic bombers. Although a nuclear threat from Soviet nuclear bombers was ide ...

                                               

AAM-N-10 Eagle

The AAM-N-10 Eagle was a long-range air-to-air missile developed by the Bendix Corporation for use by the United States Navy. Intended for carriage by the Douglas F6D Missileer fleet defense fighter, the Eagle program was cancelled before testing ...

                                               

AGM-53 Condor

In 1962, the U.S. Navy issued a requirement for a long-range high-precision air-to-surface missile. The missile, named the AGM-53A Condor, was to use a television guidance system with a data link to the launching aircraft similar to the system of ...

                                               

AGM-63

The AGM-63 was a missile design produced by the United States. It was conceived in March 1962 when the U.S. Navy issued two requirements for long-range Anti-Radiation Missiles to complement the short-range AGM-45 Shrike. The first was to operate ...

                                               

AGM-64 Hornet

The AGM-64 Hornet is a missile produced by the United States. The weapon began life in the early 1960-ies. North American aviation produced the development of missiles for the U.S. air force anti-tank guided missile project of the aircraft ATGAR. ...

                                               

AGM-76 Falcon

The AGM-76 Falcon was an air-to-surface anti-radiation missile developed by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War. Intended as a conversion using off-the-shelf parts, it did not go into operational service.

                                               

AGM-79 Blue Eye

The Blue Eye was a development of the AGM-12 Bullpup, intended to provide a more advanced homing system. The Bullpup was manually steered onto the target, whereas the guidance system in the Blue Eye was an optical area correlation seeker. A TV ca ...

                                               

AGM-80 Viper

The AGM-80 Viper was an air-to-surface missile developed by the Chrysler Corporation Missile Division in the 1960s for use by the United States Air Force. Based on the AGM-12 Bullpup, the program was cancelled early in trials.

                                               

AGM-83 Bulldog

The AGM-83 Bulldog was a missile produced by the United States. This rocket had its origins in the General meeting of shareholders-12 bullpup. The missile with an automatic guidance system that requires the launch aircraft to continue flying towa ...

                                               

AGM-136 Tacit Rainbow

The AGM-136A Tacit Rainbow was a United States military anti-radiation missile program run from 1982 to 1991. The requirement was for low-cost air-launchable system to destroy enemy air defense networks. The proposed device would combine elements ...

                                               

AGM-153

The AGM-153 was proposed in 1992 as a new tactical air-to-surface missile. The weapon was to be launched from high and low altitudes against both fixed and mobile targets ranging from bunkers to armoured vehicles. Modular construction was chosen ...

                                               

AGM-159 JASSM

The AGM-159 was a missile design proposed in 1996 by the Boeing company as a contender in the U.S. Air Forces JASSM project. Development halted after Lockheed Martins AGM-158 was selected for further development in 1998.

                                               

AGM-169 Joint Common Missile

The AGM-169 Joint Common Missile was a tactical air-to-surface missile developed by the Lockheed Martin corporation for the United States military aircraft, such as attack and utility helicopters, strike fighters and fighter-bombers.

                                               

AGR-14 ZAP

The AGR-14 ZAP was an air-to-surface unguided rocket developed by the United States Navy in the late 1960s. Intended for use in the suppression of enemy air defenses role, the rocket reached the flight-testing stage before being cancelled.

                                               

AIM-82

In 1969 the USAF was developing the F-15 Eagle fighter. Planned as the ultimate air superiority aircraft, the F-15 was intended to be as perfect as possible in every respect. Rather than rely on the existing AIM-9 Sidewinder, it was decided to de ...

                                               

AIM-97 Seekbat

The AIM-97 Seekbat or XAIM-97A Seek Bat was a long-range air-to-air missile developed by the United States. It was intended to counter the perceived capabilities of the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-25 and proposed to arm both the F-15 Eagle and F-4 Phant ...

                                               

AIM-152 AAAM

The AIM-152 AAAM was a long-range air-to-air missile developed by the United States. The program went through a protracted development stage but was never adopted by the United States Navy, due to the ending of the Cold War and the reduction in t ...

                                               

AUM-N-4 Diver

The AUM-N-4 Diver, also known as Kingfisher D and AUM-4, was a proposed anti-ship and anti-submarine missile, developed for use by the United States Navy in the late 1940s. It was intended to carry a rocket-propelled torpedo that used a single ro ...

                                               

AUM-N-6 Puffin

The AUM-N-6 Puffin, also known as Kingfisher F and AUM-6, was an anti-ship and anti-submarine missile developed for use by the United States Navy in the late 1940s. Pulsejet-powered and intended to allow an aircraft to launch a torpedo or bomb fr ...

                                               

Brazo

The Brazo missile was an American project, intended to produce an anti-radiation missile for air-to-air use. Developed by Hughes Aircraft and based on the AIM-7 Sparrow air-to-air missile, the Brazo underwent a series of successful test firings, ...

                                               

FGR-17 Viper

The FGR-17 Viper was an American one-man disposable antitank rocket, which was slated in the 1980s to be the replacement for the M72 LAW, but was canceled shortly after production began because of cost overruns and concerns about safety and capab ...

                                               

Gimlet (rocket)

The Gimlet was an unguided air-to-air and air-to-surface rocket developed by the United States Navy during the early 1950s. Although it proved successful in testing and was ordered into large-scale production, the arrival of the guided missile as ...

                                               

KA2N Gorgon IIA

The KA2N Gorgon IIA – also designated KU2N, CTV-4, and CTV-N-4 – was an air-to-air missile developed by the United States Navy near the end of World War II. Proving a failure in its designed role, it was repurposed as an experimental testbed for ...

                                               

KAN Little Joe

The Little Joe, also known by the United States Navy designation KAN, was an early American ship-based, short-range surface-to-air missile, the development of which was initiated in 1945 as a response to the Kamikaze tactics used by the Japanese. ...

                                               

Kinetic Energy Interceptor

The Kinetic Energy Interceptor was a planned U.S. missile defense program whose goal was to design, develop, and deploy kinetic energy-based, mobile, ground and sea-launched missiles that could intercept and destroy enemy ballistic missiles durin ...

                                               

MGM-166 LOSAT

The MGM-166 LOSAT was a United States anti-tank missile system designed by Lockheed Martin to defeat tanks and other individual targets. Instead of using a High Explosive Anti-Tank warhead like other anti-tank missiles, the LOSAT employed a solid ...

                                               

MIM-46 Mauler

The General Dynamics MIM-46 Mauler was a self-propelled anti-aircraft missile system designed to a late 1950s US Army requirement for a system to combat low-flying high-performance tactical fighters and short-range ballistic missiles. Based on th ...

                                               

RGM-59 Taurus

The RGM-59 Taurus was an American project, conducted by the United States Navy, that was intended to develop a surface-to-surface missile for use as a fire support weapon during amphibious landings, replacing heavy-caliber naval guns. Developed d ...

                                               

RIM-85

RIM-85 was a short-lived project by the United States Navy to develop a surface-to-air missile for the defense of naval vessels. Developed during the late 1960s, the project was cancelled before the start of detailed design work.

                                               

RIM-101

RIM-101 was a short-lived project by the United States Navy to develop a surface-to-air missile for the defense of naval vessels. Developed during the early 1970s, the project, possibly derived from the RIM-7 Sea Sparrow, was cancelled before the ...

                                               

RIM-113

The RIM-113 Shipboard Intermediate Range Combat System, or SIRCS, was an advanced surface-to-air missile proposed by the United States Navy in the 1970s. The project failed to be approved for funding and was cancelled in 1979.

                                               

SAM-A-1 GAPA

Boeings Ground-to-Air Pilotless Aircraft was a short-range anti-aircraft missile developed in the late 1940s by the US Army Air Force, and then the US Air Force after 1948. It was given the reference number SAM-A-1, the first Surface-to-Air Missi ...

                                               

SAM-A-19 Plato

The SAM-A-19 Plato was an anti-ballistic missile project developed by the United States Army in the mid 1950s. Canceled before construction of prototypes was undertaken, it was replaced by the Field Army Ballistic Missile Defense System, which wa ...

                                               

SSM-A-5 Boojum

The XSSM-A-5 Boojum, also known by the project number MX-775B, was a supersonic cruise missile developed by the Northrop Corporation for the United States Air Force in the late 1940s. Intended to deliver a nuclear warhead over intercontinental ra ...

                                               

SSM-A-23 Dart

The XSSM-A-23 Dart was an anti-tank guided missile developed for the United States Army in the 1950s. After protracted development, the missile, similar in design to the French SS.10, was cancelled in favor of purchasing the SS.11 missile.

                                               

SSM-N-2 Triton

The SSM-N-2 Triton was a supersonic nuclear land-attack cruise missile project for the United States Navy. It was in development from 1946 to 1957, but probably no prototypes were produced or tested. The Triton program was approved in September 1 ...

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