RMWH8ETY–The Radar Fighting Direction. The fighter direction aerial system with a cabin mounted on the aerial structure of the house, both the transmitter and receiver. Radar owes much of its fast development to the advent of war. Its purpose was to give fighter planes tactical advantage over the enemy when employed on offensive operations. Science at War page 26.
RM2KG3GTG–Migita Toshihide; The Imperial Guard Defeats the Enemy in Hard Fighting at Keelung on the Island of Taiwan; 1895; Tryptich woodblock print, ink and co
RMEJ6MG7–Japanese business people fighting extremely
RFDXM7G3–Caucasian brother and sister fighting
RFDY2K9K–Side view of F-16 Fighting Falcons, block 50, Chilean Air Force
RM2BMD60J–Coots (Fulica atra) fighting, New Pool, Whitegate, Cheshire, England, UK
RMRFWDBJ–two babies fighting
RMKJAHK7–Icelandic Horse. Bay and black horse fighting on a pasture. Germany
RFKHW607–Boy and sister play fighting in field
RF2N1DWHY–Adult black-legged kittiwakes (Rissa tridactyla), fighting at nest site on the cliffs at southern Bjornoya, Svalbard, Norway, Europe
RMABFRJP–The annual intervillage fist fighting festival known as Tinku in Macha Bolivia.
RM2FWGFNR–Fighting men statues, Muay Thai, at Wat Bang Kung, Bangkok, Thailand
RMEY90M2–Sculpture of Robin Hood and Little John fighting at Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre Edwinstowe Nottinghamshire England UK
RFT2MKB8–Hämeenlinna, Finland - August 17, 2014: Vikings fighting with swords and shields at the medieval festival on a sunny summer day.
RFE1H417–Boys play fighting on playing field
RFGGWJ1H–Two male blue wildebeest Connochaetes taurinus) fighting for territory, Kalahari desert, South Africa
RMEC218N–A mother trying to break up her children fighting at home
RFHXCETB–Playful couple pillow fighting in bedroom
RMWH8F5G–Brigs Fighting. Two-masted sailing ship with square rigging on both masts. Naval brigs carried a battery of ten to twenty guns on a single deck. In the great European Navies of the 18th and 19th centuries, they served as couriers for battle fleets and as training vessels for cadets. In the early U.S. Navy, brigs acquired distinction during the War of 1812 in small fleet engagements on the Great Lakes and as merchant raiders in the Atlantic. Square rigging required a large crew, so merchant brigs became uneconomical, and in the 19th century they began to give way to such fore-and-aft rigged
RM2J77263–Pumas fighting over a Guanaco carcass, Chile
RMFC9AAF–Netherlands, Nijkerk, Arkemheen Polder, Hares fighting during mating season
RM2D5JMPW–Japanese Army transport a military cargo of elephant backs during the fighting in Burma. 1944
RFDY2KJF–Side view of F-16 Fighting Falcons, block 50, Chilean Air Force
RM2BMD62X–Coots (Fulica atra) running across the water and fighting, Cheshire, England, UK
RMR63EE4–Sword fighting at the July 2018 Medieval Days Festival in the historic Old Town, Tallinn, Estonia
RMKJAHKB–Icelandic Horse. Bay and black horse fighting on a pasture. Germany
RM2FM127B–Rome, Italy. Bas relief in the Colosseum of gladiators fighting. The historic centre of Rome is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
RF2J695BA–Young Southern elephant seal (Mirounga leonina), bulls mock fighting at Gold Harbour, South Georgia, South Atlantic, Polar Regions
RMABFR2M–The annual intervillage fist fighting festival known as Tinku in Macha Bolivia.
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