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  2. Glossary of firefighting - Wikipedia

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    Rescue company: Squad of firefighters trained and equipped to enter adverse conditions and rescue victims of an incident. Often delegated to a truck company. Often delegated to a truck company. Reset: Used variously, a specific technique to quickly knock down a fire from the exterior of a structure before standard offensive operations are ...

  3. Operation Ivory Coast - Wikipedia

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    Operation Ivory Coast was a mission conducted by United States Special Operations Forces and other American military elements to rescue U.S. prisoners of war during the Vietnam War. It was also the first joint military operation in United States history conducted under the direct control of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

  4. American-led intervention in Iraq (2014–present) - Wikipedia

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    After the United States in June 2014 started to send troops to Iraq to secure American interests and assets and advise the Iraqi forces (see section U.S. surveillance and military advising in Iraq), President Barack Obama end of September planned to send 1,600 troops to Iraq as "advisers" to the Iraqi Army and Kurdish forces. 800 of them would ...

  5. Shingo Kunieda - Wikipedia

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    Shingo Kunieda (国枝 慎吾, Kunieda Shingo, born February 21, 1984 in Tokyo) is a Japanese wheelchair tennis player. He is the current world No. 1, and was the ITF World Champion from 2007 to 2010.

  6. Build Back Better Plan - Wikipedia

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    The American Rescue Plan, a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package, passed in March 2021 using the procedure of reconciliation. [2] The American Jobs Plan , a $1.2 trillion bipartisan 'physical instructure' plan, is currently awaiting a vote in the House of Representatives after the Senate voted to advance it by a count of 69–31 on August 10.

  7. TrueCrypt - Wikipedia

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    Therefore, physical security is a basic premise of a secure system. Attacks such as this are often called "evil maid attacks". Malware. TrueCrypt documentation states that TrueCrypt cannot secure data on a computer if it has any kind of malware installed. Malware may log keystrokes, thus exposing passwords to an attacker.

  8. Sago Mine disaster - Wikipedia

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    The Sago Mine disaster was a coal mine explosion on January 2, 2006, at the Sago Mine in Sago, West Virginia, United States, near the Upshur County seat of Buckhannon.The blast and collapse trapped 13 miners for nearly two days; only one survived.

  9. Stun grenade - Wikipedia

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    Construction. British technical experts created the first "flash bang" or "stun" grenade for the Special Air Service's Counter terrorist wing.. Unlike a fragmentation grenade, stun grenades are constructed with a casing made to remain intact during deflagration and avoiding fragmentation injuries, while having large circular cutouts to allow the light and sound of the explosion through.