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any member of Athapaskan tribes that migrated to the southwestern desert (from Arizona to Texas and south into Mexico)

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The book's introduction by Thomas Nevins provides an historical and cultural background to the Apache. Nevin's discussion of the origin and subsequent migrations of some of the Athabascan groups to the American Southwest lays the context for the nomadic groups, later to become known as the Apache and the Navajo, that spread across Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas and down into adjacent portions of Mexico.
By truck, barge and ocean carrier, the Military Traffic Management Command has moved 30 AH-64 Apache helicopters from Europe to the United States for upgrading.
During the Gulf War, US Apaches were used to devastating affect.
"The Defence Minister is scheduled to induct the Apache attack choppers into the Air Force officially in Pathankot on September 3.
Neil Goodwin is an independent filmmaker whose documentaries include Geronimo and the Apache Resistance and Seasons of a Navajo.
An industry source told JED that the installation of these jammers will be performed in Egypt following the remanufacture at Boeing (Mesa, AZ) of the EAF's AH-64A Apaches to the D configuration (see "Egypt Request Apache Upgrade," JED, September 2000, p.
Boeing has so far delivered more than 2,200 Apaches to customers around the world since the aircraft entered production.
Extracted from territorial court records, these four homicide case studies involving Apache defendants reveal intriguing insights into the responses of the legal system to the clash of cultures during the early reservation period.
They also sought to learn the truth about the 1927 kidnapping and murder and more about the lives of the Apaches. They discovered that deep enmity existed between the Apaches and the Mexicans, "blood feuds born of the Mexican Revolution." Mexicans caught alone in Apache territory were often killed in Nell's father's day.
Israeli announced its intent to purchase AH-64D Longbow Apaches last year (see "Israeli Seeks Clearance to Acquire Longbow Apaches," JED, June 1999, p.
Our topic is the Ndee, also known as the Western Apache of what is today called Arizona.
Israel has decided to delay a deal tar the purchase of AH-64D Longbow Apache attack helicopters after the US government rejected Israeli access to the software source code for the main onboard computer (see "Israel Seeks Clearance to Acquire Longbow Apaches," JED, June 1999, p.
Beginning researchers interested in exploring and evaluating published material concerning the Chiricahua Apaches are often faced with so much information that they become dismayed, intimidated, or overwhelmed.
"We are confident that the Apaches will be an indispensable asset to the Indian Air Force.