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one who engages in a combat or struggle

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Rarely has there been such a spectacular knockout in a unification bout when the fighters were so close in talent.
The proposed retirement would have cost 100 to 160 Palmdale jobs at Lockheed Martin, which modifies the fighters.
Since its inception in 1994, THE KING OF FIGHTERS has been and continues to be one of the most popular fighting game series in video games.
Gegard Mousasi and American fighters Diego Sanchez vs.
Russia is expected to launch its sixth-generation fighter jets by 2025.
The next day, November 9, 31st Fighter Group fighters found the advancing French Foreign Legion and strafed it for five hours, eventually forcing it to turn back.
The three Golden Boy fighters in this event are Barrera, Barrios and Gonzalez.
VMF-321 was mobilized on 1 March 1951 and equipped with F8F Bearcat fighters, preparing to deploy to the Korean War zone.
We focus on providing examples from fighter aircraft where significant advances in core and supporting technologies can be observed to demonstrate that maturing technology has contributed to defense industry consolidation.
From the T-l trainer (Japan's first jet), the F-l fighter (the nation's first combat aircraft) and the C-1 (its first jet transport) on through to the license-built F-4EJ and F-15J fighters and to the current domestically developed T-4 jet trainer and F-2 fighter (largely based on licensed technology from the US-made F-16), each step has been a calculated move to acquire skills and technology and to "keep current" in aerospace development.
Air-superiority fighters and superbombers have become as much symbols of American technical prestige as elements of military proficiency.
Fire fighters from the United States and Canada who perished in the line of duty will be honored at the 24th Annual Fallen Fire Fighter Memorial Ceremony on Saturday, September 11.
Over the past couple of years, De La Hoya has signed fellow fighters Bernard Hopkins, ``Sugar'' Shane Mosley and Marco Antonio Barrera to contracts that also made them partners in Golden Boy Promotions, a rapidly-growing powerhouse.
In 1994, the Omars traded their A-4s for the F/A-18 Hornet, a more capable threat replicator of the MiG-28 and SU-27 fighters being built by the former Soviet Union.
The show is called "PRIDE 21," and for the next four hours, the capacity hall is blasted virtually senseless by an array of video pyrotechnics, throbbing rhythms, guitar shrieks and laser-lights--not to mention the action in the ring: 16 fighters from the Americas, Europe and Asia competing in eight anything-goes matches, celebrity guest cameos, sparsely-clad ring girls and spontaneous spatterings of viscous bodily fluids to remind everyone what this is all about--fighting that's real.