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Old 02-22-2013, 02:40 PM   #391
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The UK..........
Correct.

Royal Marine Commandos.
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Sort of a remote controlled (or poorly controlled) vehicle by the UK- The Panjandrum!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Panjandrum
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Who built and flew the first jet aircraft??

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Do you mean operational jet or protoype? Operational is easy Messersmitt with the 262.
protoype might have been Heinkel though..the brits also had some protypes flyin in the war but nothing operational

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What was the first air launched controlled anti shipping missle?
Both operational and ever.

and when and on what Navy was it used on by whom?

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Correct. I don't remember its name though.
"Kolibri" was one of them.
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Have not seen a new question so:
The high ground is important in battle. Some hills have names for history's sake, but the military designates them with numbers. A reference to what?

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What was the first air launched controlled anti shipping missle?
Both operational and ever.

and when and on what Navy was it used on by whom?

The French Exocet.

Used by Argentina against Britian.


And IRC the first jet was flown by fiat in italy.
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The French Exocet.

Used by Argentina against Britian.


And IRC the first jet was flown by fiat in italy.
Nope, Fritz-X ; first used in 1944 by luftwaffe to sink an italian battleship.
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Do you mean operational jet or protoype? Operational is easy Messersmitt with the 262.
protoype might have been Heinkel though..the brits also had some protypes flyin in the war but nothing operational
The Germans stole the engine design from the British firm Rolls Royce. Not SURE when the UK first flew but I guess the Meteor was their first production jet (?) and flew before the 262.
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