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  2. Interstate 75 in Florida - Wikipedia

    Interstate 75 I-75 highlighted in red Route information Maintained by FDOT Length 470.808 mi (757.692 km) Existed 1956–present Major junctions South end SR 826 / SR 924 in Miami Lakes Major intersections Florida's Turnpike Extension in Hialeah and Miramar I-595 / SR 869 in Sunrise I-275 near Ellenton SR 618 near Brandon I-4 near Tampa I-275 near Wesley Chapel US 98 / SR 50 near Brooksville ...

  3. Tampa Bay area - Wikipedia

    Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, the University of Tampa, Florida College in Temple Terrace, and Trinity College in New Port Richey are all four-year institutions located in the area. Embry–Riddle Aeronautical University and Troy University also maintain satellite education centers at MacDill AFB.

  4. Hurricane Elena - Wikipedia

    A tornado in New Port Richey tore parts of the roof off at least one building and brought down trees, and tornadic activity was also identified in Sumter County. The hurricane took one life in the state and indirectly contributed to two additional deaths. In Daytona Beach, a tree struck a parked vehicle, killing a person inside.

  5. HMAS Arunta (I30) - Wikipedia

    Description. At launch, the destroyer was fitted with six 4.7-inch (120 mm) guns in three twin turrets, two 4-inch (100 mm) guns in a twin turret, six single 20-millimetre (0.79 in) Oerlikon anti-aircraft guns, a 2-pounder quadruple pom pom, a 4-tube 21-inch (530 mm) torpedo launcher (with a payload of four torpedoes), and two depth charge throwers (with a magazine of 46 charges).

  6. 2004 Atlantic hurricane season - Wikipedia

    Rapidly weakening, Frances fell to Category 1 intensity around midday and deteriorated to a tropical storm about six hours later. On September 6, the storm emerged into the Gulf of Mexico near New Port Richey, before another landfall at the mouth of the Aucilla River with winds of 65 mph (100 km/h).

  7. 1st Battalion, 8th Marines - Wikipedia,_8th_Marines

    1st Battalion 8th Marines was one of the lead battalions during Operation Phantom Fury from 8 November to 9 December 2004 leading the assault into Fallujah.During combat operations in Iraq from June 2004-January 2005, 1st Battalion 8th Marines (Reinforced) suffered 21 Marines killed in action (KIA) and nearly 150 Marines wounded in action (WIA) with 17 KIA's and 102 WIA's coming in three weeks ...

  8. List of Navy Cross recipients for World War II - Wikipedia

    Cape Gloucester, New Britain December 26–28, 1943 John P. Adams Navy Ensign Coral Sea May 4 & 8, 1942 First award John P. Adams Navy Ensign Midway June 4, 1942 Second award John P. Adams † Marine Corps Lieutenant Colonel Cavite Naval Yard, Philippines December 10, 1941 POW Marvin E. Adams Navy Ensign Leyte Gulf, Philippines October 24, 1944

  9. Jan Stephenson - Wikipedia

    Jan Lynn Stephenson (born 22 December 1951) is an Australian professional golfer.She became a member of the LPGA Tour in 1974 and won three major championships and 16 LPGA Tour events.