Desert Fox

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German field marshal noted for brilliant generalship in North Africa during World War II (1891-1944)

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Enterprise participated in air strikes against Iraqi targets in Operation Desert Fox, the U.
While not denigrating the military genius of World War II German general, Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, Mitcham (a graduate of the US Army's Command and General Staff College) has written this work to highlight the talents of his "first-rate" supporting staff that helped him achieve his reputation as "The Desert Fox.
The relay finish - Swim Pasadena's third top-five showing in as many days - also moved them into third place in the women's standings with 173 points, trailing Arizona Desert Fox (205) and Long Island Aquatics (192).
One thing that has always bothered me about the English version of the book is how the word "apprivoiser," used to describe the Prince's relationship with the desert fox he has befriended, has been translated.
Essentially, Operation Desert Fox caused the United Nations to go from a 95% compliance rate to a 0% compliance rate, which was a major reason why most UNSCOM officials opposed such a military response.
manufacturer of high-end RVs will showcase its new Desert Fox to dozens of RV dealers from California to Michigan during a 15-day cross-country tour.
On the evening of December 16, with an impending vote to impeach President Clinton, Operation Desert Fox commenced.
Saddam Hussein has barred entry to inspectors since they left Iraq following Operation Desert Fox, a 1998 military operation in which 100 targets in Iraq were targeted by the US.
The Pentagon acknowledges there have been more bombs dropped on Iraq since January than during Operation Desert Fox last December, when U.
Only days after Operation Desert Fox was called off on 19 December, Iraqis began taking pot-shots at American aircraft, triggering a row over the no-fly zones that cover half their country.
But if launching Desert Fox saved the pelt of Clinton - at least temporarily - it is impossible to divine what it will do for you, me or anyone else in Britain.
Front and center in the thorny German immigration conundrum is "maverick" Manfred Rommel, the mayor of Stuttgart, who happens to be the son of Field Marshall Erwin Rommel, the Desert Fox of Afrika Korps fame, who was a bit of a maverick himself.
Central Command, MacDill AFB, Tampa, FL during Operation's Desert Thunder, Desert Fox, and Enduring Freedom.
Al Ittihad Car Showroom win Al Ittihad Car Showroom registered a 93-run win against Desert Fox in a J Division T20 match.
The operation was called Desert Fox since one of the suspects was highly tactical and would hide in the desert," Al Asmawi said.