An-12 of the Russian Air Force
Egyptian aircraft destroyed on the ground
An-12 of the Russian Air Force
Tail of a downed Egyptian Mikoyan MiG-19
Antonov An-12BP at China Aviation Museum, Beijing
P-7 airdrop platform for use with An-12 aircraft. Equipped with MKS-5-12P parachute system. Loaded weight 4000-4900 kg. First used at the October Storm exercises near Erfurt, GDR. Last dropped in Poland 1986.
47-year-old An-12 still operational, seen at Malmö Airport, Sweden
An An-12A of Vega Air makes a smokey takeoff from Kastrup Airport in 2004
Antonov An-12

Four-engined turboprop transport aircraft designed in the Soviet Union.

- Antonov An-12

8 Antonov An-12 'Cubs' (all from Egypt)

- Operation Focus
An-12 of the Russian Air Force
LPO concert in Palmer Park, 2008.

Trained at the Nuremberg Conservatory and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München, he was principal conductor of the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra (1980–1988), the Kiel Philharmonic Orchestra (1987–1995), and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra (1995–2005).

- Klauspeter Seibel

The LPO's first music director was Klauspeter Seibel (1936–2011), until his retirement in 2005.

- Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra
LPO concert in Palmer Park, 2008.

To assuage debt accrued with their record label from their recent album Aoxomoxoa, as well as fulfill their record contract, the band decided to record a live album.

- Live/Dead

Drummer Bill Kreutzmann states, "sixteen-track technology came along only after we did our initial recording using an eight-track at the end of 1968. But when the studio procured one of the first sixteen-track recorders in the world (the same one we used for Live/Dead), the decision was made to toss everything we had already done and record it all again. From scratch. This time we could go deeper and experiment with things no other band had done yet. Being able to utilize twice as many tracks essentially doubled the possibilities of what we could do with each song. The end result was dense and cumbersome in places, and all that studio time cost us a fortune, but we were experimenting on the sonic frontier, exploiting cutting-edge technology."

- Aoxomoxoa
The bullet-riddled minibus which had been transporting the 11 Protestant workers who were gunned down as they lined up alongside the vehicle
Tullyvallen Orange Hall in 2009
Loyalists allegedly planned to attack St Lawrence O'Toole Primary School in Belleeks as retaliation for the massacre

A group calling itself the South Armagh Republican Action Force claimed responsibility.

- Kingsmill massacre

On 5 January 1976, the Force claimed responsibility for the Kingsmill massacre.

- South Armagh Republican Action Force
The bullet-riddled minibus which had been transporting the 11 Protestant workers who were gunned down as they lined up alongside the vehicle
Meissner at the 2007 Skate America
Kimmie Meissner, 2006 World Champion
Meissner at the 2005 World Junior Championships
Meissner and her coach, Pam Gregory.
Meissner during her short program, 2006
Meissner at the 2007-2008 Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final
Meissner at 2008 Skate America
Meissner performs a sit spin at the 2005 World Junior Championships.
The women's podium at the 2006 U.S. Nationals. From left: Kimmie Meissner (2nd), Sasha Cohen (1st), Emily Hughes (3rd), Katy Taylor (4th)
The women's podium at 2007 Skate America. From left: Miki Ando (2nd), Kimmie Meissner (1st), Caroline Zhang (3rd)

A few years later, she took lessons at the Delaware Skating Club in Newark, and began working with coach Pam Gregory.

- Kimmie Meissner

Kimmie Meissner

- University of Delaware Figure Skating Club
Meissner at the 2007 Skate America
San Fernando Hill
Bus terminal
Arima Velodrome
Arima Velodrome

Most populous city and second most populous municipality in Trinidad and Tobago, after Chaguanas.

- San Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago

Coterminous with Town of Arima since 1888, the borough of Arima is the fourth-largest municipality in population in the country (after Port of Spain, Chaguanas and San Fernando).

- Arima
View of the city of Genoa from the belvedere of Castelletto
The Polcevera bronze tablet, evidence of Genoa's Roman and pre-Roman past
Portrait of Christopher Columbus by Ridolfo Ghirlandaio
The iconic Lanterna, renaissance lighthouse of Genoa was built in 1543.
View of Genoa in 1572
Garibaldi leading the Expedition of the Thousand
Genoa in 1810

Genoese trader and explorer in the service of the Portuguese Prince Henry the Navigator.

- Antoniotto Usodimare

Columbus was the culmination of a long tradition of Genoese navigators and explorers such as Vandino and Ugolino Vivaldi, Lancelotto Malocello, Luca Tarigo, Antonio de Noli, Antonio Malfante and Antoniotto Usodimare.

- History of Genoa
View of the city of Genoa from the belvedere of Castelletto

He served as a Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for the constituency of Arm River (known as Arm River-Watrous from 2003 to 2016).

- Greg Brkich

Arm River: Greg P. Brkich, Saskatchewan Party

- Arm River-Watrous
Kerala State Film Award Sculptures
Award statuette, officially denoted as "replica" won by cinematographer Ramachandra Babu for Dweepu (1976).

The awards started in 1969 by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Kerala and since 1998 the awards have been bestowed by Kerala State Chalachitra Academy on behalf of the Department of Cultural Affairs.

- Kerala State Film Awards

Honouring achievements in Malayalam films: Tha academy organises the Kerala State Film Awards from 1999. The award, which was started in 1963 was managed directly by the Department of Cultural Affairs, Government of Kerala.

- Kerala State Chalachitra Academy
Kerala State Film Award Sculptures

Moth in the family Bombycidae.

- Apatelodes banepa

Apatelodes banepa Druce, 1904

- Apatelodes