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…Ōta’s first confirmed kill, of a U.S. Army Air Force P-40E Warhawk, was over New Guinea on April 11, 1942. Transferred to Rabaul in August, Ōta was killed in a dogfight with U.S. Marine Corps Grumman F4F Wildcats over Guadalcanal on…
…Ōkawa was transferred from the jail to a US Army hospital in Japan, which concluded that he had mental instability, caused by syphilis. Later, he was transferred to the Tokyo Metropolitan Matsuzawa Hospital, a famous mental hospital, where…
…Đoković scored his first goal for Galaxy II on April 8, 2014 against Oklahoma City Energy FC en route to a 4-2 victory for Galaxy II. On May 14, 2014, Đoković netted his second goal for Galaxy II in a U.S. Open Cup match against fifth division side Cal FC, en route to a 6-1 victory.
… be defeated very soon. Other members of the government were not so certain. Army Chief of Staff Parinello inspected the troops at Zacapa on 23 June, and returned to the capital believing that the army would not fight. Afraid of a U.S. intervention…
Zuckerman became a US citizen in 1977.
Zotefoams Plc manufactures a range of closed-cell cross-linked polyolefin foams for global use in sports, construction, marine, automation, medical equipment and aerospace. The headquarters are in Croydon, London, with a US subsidiary in Kentucky. Steve Good is the current chairman, David Stirling is managing director, and Gary McGrath is finance director.
Zirkle served two combat tours in Iraq as a U.S. Marine Corps infantry officer, first as a Light Armored Vehicle platoon commander with the 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion during the invasion of 2003, and then as a rifle platoon…
ZipZoomfly was an internet retailer for computer parts and related products. Based in Newark, California, ZipZoomfly was founded in May 1999 under the name XtraPlus. The site relaunched in January 2000 as Googlegear. ZipZoomfly is a U.S. service mark of Xtraplus Corporation.
Zinke played college football at the University of Oregon and earned a B.S. degree in geology. He also has an M.B.A. and an M.S. in global leadership. He was a U.S. Navy SEAL from 1986 until 2008, retiring with the rank of commander.
… the United States, he enrolled in the California College of Arts & Crafts in 1971 and received M.A. from J.F.K. University in 1973 and M.F.A from the San Francisco State University in 1974. In 1975 he became a U.S. citizen, and has been living and working in lower Manhattan, SoHo, ever since.
… while trying to escape and brought to a U.S. military hospital set up in Gusen I where he eventually died shortly after interrogation by a former inmate of Mauthausen, Hans Marsalek. His corpse was later hung on the fence of Gusen I by former prisoners of Gusen.
Ziegler was born in a U.S. Army post in Heidelberg, Germany, and grew up as the eldest son of a financial manager in the small village of Washington Crossing, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He was a standout golfer in high school, being named…
Zia died in a plane crash on 17 August 1988. After witnessing a US M1 Abrams tank demonstration in Bahawalpur, Zia had left the small town in the Punjab province by C-130B Hercules aircraft. The aircraft departed from Bahawalpur Airport…
… custody, he married Smith in a ceremony in July 2005. The judge who would hear Zheng’s deportation case then granted a postponement of the hearing so that Zheng could pursue a deportation waiver by virtue of his being married to a U.S. citizen.
Zhang Xin and her husband Pan Shiyi founded the SOHO China Foundation in 2005 as a philanthropic organization to engage in education focused initiatives to alleviate poverty. In July 2014, the SOHO China Foundation announced the SOHO China Scholarships a US $100 million initiative to endow financial aid scholarships at leading international universities.
Zephaniah Swift (February 27, 1759 – September 27, 1823) was an eighteenth-century American author, judge, lawyer and politician from Windham, Connecticut. He served as a U.S. Representative from Connecticut and State Supreme Court Judge. He wrote the first legal treatise published in America.
Zenon “Zen” Luzniak is a U.S. soccer defender who spent three seasons in the American Professional Soccer League and two in the USISL. He also earned one cap with the U.S. national team.
ZenoRadio is a free service that uses online streaming content connected through a U.S. phone number. Reportedly, it is the largest radio broadcast distributor for Diaspora communities, or “homesick immigrants.” Broadcasters and listeners…
Zeno John Rives (February 22, 1874 – September 2, 1939) was a U.S. Representative from Illinois.
Zenith Insurance Company is a US insurance company headquartered in California specializing in workers’ compensation insurance. It has been an indirect wholly owned subsidiary of Canadian Fairfax Financial since 2010.Zenith operates nationally in the workers’ compensation insurance business and conducts business through independent agencies and brokers.
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