Chemical Corps
Coat of arms
Corps of Engineers
Elements of Battery C, 4th Battalion of the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment's Reconnaissance Team drive past a burning Iraqi tank. Vehicles from 4-3 FA follow closely behind during the Battle of Norfolk during the 1st Gulf War, February 1991.
Military Intelligence Corps
Battery C, 4th Battalion of the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Armored Division(FWD) moves into position to conduct fire missions during the Battle of Norfolk, February 1991.
Military Police Corps
4th Battalion of the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment conducts artillery strikes on Iraqi positions during the 1st Gulf War. 4-3 FA was the primary fire support battalion for Task Force 1-41 during the 1st Gulf War, February 1991.
Signal Corps
A M109A2 self-propelled howitzer, belonging to 4-3 FA Battalion, prepares to move into position to engage Iraqi forces, February 1991. 4-3 FA Battalion conducted numerous fire missions and artillery raids during the 1st Gulf War.
Civil Affairs Corps
A M109A2 howitzer belonging to Battery C, 4th Battalion of the 3rd Field Artillery Regiment, 2nd Armored Division(FWD) during the Gulf War, February 1991.
Psychological Operations (2007)
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Adjutant General's Corps
Finance Corps
Ordnance Corps
Quartermaster Corps
Transportation Corps
Acquisition Corps (2008)
Army Medical Department
Chaplain Corps
Judge Advocate General's Corps

Since 1961, the regiment has been a parent regiment under the Combat Arms Regimental System and the U.S. Army Regimental System, with regimental elements serving with the 1st, 6th, and 8th Infantry Divisions; 2nd and 3rd Armored Divisions; 1st Cavalry Division; 194th Armored Brigade; and various field artillery brigades and groups.

- 3rd Field Artillery Regiment (United States)

3rd Field Artillery Regiment

- U.S. Army Regimental System
A typical US validator with a green bezel
Row of digital-based slot machines inside a casino in Las Vegas
An American banknote passing through the device. Note the pistons that grab it when it detects an insert.
1899 "Liberty Bell" machine, manufactured by Charles Fey.
Tiny cameras are mounted on the printed circuit board
Plaque marking the location of Charles Fey's San Francisco workshop, where he invented the three-reel slot machine. The location is a California Historical Landmark.
Slot machines based on the game show Wheel of Fortune in Las Vegas
RAY's Ruusu and Tuplapotti slot machines in Finland
Display screen of a slot machine in tilt mode
Row of old fruit machines in Teignmouth Pier, Devon
One armed bandits at Wookey Hole Caves
Mills Novelty Co. Horse Head Bonus antique slot machine

Device that determines whether notes or coins are genuine or counterfeit.

- Currency detector

Slot machines include one or more currency detectors that validate the form of payment, whether coin, cash, voucher, or token.

- Slot machine
A typical US validator with a green bezel
Terminator 2: Judgment Day, 1991 pinball machine designed by Steve Ritchie
An American banknote passing through the device. Note the pistons that grab it when it detects an insert.
Billard japonais, Southern Germany/Alsace ca. 1750–70. It already has a spring mechanism to propel the ball, 100 years before Montague Redgrave's patent.
Tiny cameras are mounted on the printed circuit board
An early pinball game without flippers, circa 1932
A clear walled electromechanical pinball machine created by the Pacific Pinball Museum to illustrate the inner workings of a typical pinball machine
A row of pinball machines at the Pinball Hall of Fame in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Flippers are used by the player to redirect the ball
Slingshots have rubber pads which detect the ball's impact and automatically push it away at speed
Stationary targets detect the ball's impact and typically increment the player's score
Rollovers detect when the ball passes over them
A wire ramp along which the ball can travel
Dot Matrix Display
The underside of a 1990s playfield, showing a variety of mechanical and electrical components.
A restored Terminator 2 pinball machine with all metal parts plated with chrome

Device that determines whether notes or coins are genuine or counterfeit.

- Currency detector

Until recently most games also had a "slam tilt" switch which guarded against kicking or slamming the coin mechanism, or for overly aggressive behavior with the machine, which could give a false indication that a coin had been inserted, thereby giving a free game or credit.

- Pinball
A typical US validator with a green bezel
An American banknote passing through the device. Note the pistons that grab it when it detects an insert.
Liverpool Chinatown is the oldest Chinese community in Europe.
Tiny cameras are mounted on the printed circuit board
The Jodrell Bank Lovell 76-m radio telescope in Lower Withington, built in August 1957, is the world's third largest steerable telescope, and was the largest until 1971. It was designed by Sheffield's Sir Charles Husband and built of steel from Scunthorpe
General election results in 2017
Lancaster city centre
Proposed flag for the region designed by Peter Saville
Exhibit of ICI's Fluothane (Halothane), discovered at Widnes, at Catalyst Science Discovery Centre, near Spike Island in Widnes
Rainhill Skew Bridge in 1831
The World of Glass museum in October 2006
Calder Hall in 1973
A Hawker Siddeley Nimrod MR2 (HS 801), built at Woodford (former Avro) and designed in Manchester in the mid-1960s, with XV148 (former Comet 4C) making its first flight on 23 May 1967, flying from Chester (Broughton, which had built many de Havilland fighter jet aircraft) to Woodford; 49 Nimrods were made for the RAF, entering service with 201 Sqn on 6 November 1970, serving until March 2010 with 38 Sqn
JLR at Halewood
Statue of John Lennon of The Beatles at The Cavern Club, Liverpool
Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, the largest religious building in the UK
Queensway Tunnel, Liverpool under the River Mersey to Birkenhead, Wirral peninsula
The M6 motorway is one of the North West's principal roads
Warning signs at Hardknott Pass
Old meets new at the Stockport Viaduct; designed by George W. Buck, it is the largest free-standing brick structure in the UK, built in 1840 when it was the largest viaduct in the world; it features in many L. S. Lowry paintings
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A sign marking entry to Scotland located on the M6 motorway crossing the border of Cumbria.
Manchester Airport aerial view
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Manchester's Piccadilly station is the largest and busiest railway station in the region.
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Regional profile of the North West
Essar Energy's Stanlow Refinery, the 
UK's second largest refinery after Fawley, looking north-east from Wervin
Vauxhall's plant in Ellesmere Port exports 88% of its cars, although many of the components are imported, and has made over 5 million since 1962, also making the Vectra from 1995 to 2008; it makes 686 a day (two a minute, 100,000 a year) and the latest model was designed by Mark Adams and Malcolm Ward. Three million Astras have been sold in the UK since 1979, and featured on the Top Gear test track until 2015; the production is split with the Opel Manufacturing Poland site at Gliwice in southern Poland; the Corsa is made at Opel Zaragoza in north-east Spain, with 3-door versions at Opel Eisenach; the Insignia is made at Opel Rüsselsheim
Ineos ChlorVinyls at Runcorn in 2006; the UK chemicals industry is worth £57bn, with 180,000 people in around 3,000 companies
English Electric Canberra gate guard at BAE's Samlesbury site
Heinz, although based in Hayes in Middlesex, has the largest food processing complex in Europe at a 55 acre site at Kitt Green in Wigan, which produces 1.4 billion cans of food each year; it is accessed to the east of the Orrell Interchange of the M6 (A577); the 38-acre Heinz NDC is next door
Head office of Warburtons in Bolton in April 2006
Kelloggs in Manchester, looking north along the A5181 next to GMFRS's Stretford Area Command HQ; the site is the largest producer of cereals in Europe
JD Sports (in Belfast), the largest company in Bury
The 1938 Littlewood's Building next to Wavertree Technology Park, on Edge Lane, looking east from Liverpool Cathedral
Cereal Partners UK (Nestlé) make Cheerios and Golden Nuggets on the A41 opposite Port Sunlight at Bromborough, also the base of CSM UK, the baking ingredients company based at a former Unilever Stork margarine site.
Unilever Research Laboratory at Port Sunlight (Bebington) looking west, next to the Wirral Line
Former head office of the Girobank in Bootle; it closed in 2003; it was taken over by Alliance & Leicester in 1990; it was established in Bootle in the late 1960s with help from Hugh Baird; it was the first financial institution in Europe to be fully computerised from the start
Winstanley College
Clitheroe Royal Grammar School
Sir John Deane's College
Carmel College
Blackburn College
Trafford College
Manchester City College, Didsbury
Victoria Building, University of Liverpool
Manchester Metropolitan University's Hollings Campus – the Toast Rack
ITV Granada former studios in Castlefield, Manchester
MediaCityUK being built at Salford Quays
Liverpool Echo building
1939 Sir Owen Williams Daily Express Building, Manchester
Grand National, Aintree Racecourse
Mersey Ferry Royal Daffodil
Liverpool Cruise Terminal
Leeds and Liverpool Canal
Isle of Man Steam Packet
Isle of Man Steam Packet route map
Manchester Ship Canal
MS Norbay operates Liverpool to Dublin

Device that determines whether notes or coins are genuine or counterfeit.

- Currency detector

Money Controls, in Royton in the north of the borough, make currency detectors, being owned by Crane Payment Solutions, and Pulse Home Products (makes Breville, owned by Jarden in Florida) is on the B6195.

- North West England
Ermine Street's alternative route: Eboracum (York) to Lagecium (Castleford), 21 miles, to Danum (Doncaster), 16 miles, to Agelocum (Littleborough), 21 miles, to Lindum (Lincoln), 13 miles. A spur connected Danum with Calcaria (near Tadcaster).

English former professional footballer who played as a midfielder in the Football League for Sheffield Wednesday, Southend United, Gillingham, Workington, Hartlepool United, Huddersfield Town and Halifax Town, and non-league football for Gateshead, during the 1970s and 1980s.

- Kevin Johnson (footballer)

Town's top scorers for the season were Mick Butler on 19 goals, Terry Gray on 11 and then Kevin Johnson on 10.

- 1977–78 Huddersfield Town A.F.C. season
A typical US validator with a green bezel
Good Housekeeping is one of several periodicals related to homemaking
An American banknote passing through the device. Note the pistons that grab it when it detects an insert.
Title page of Our Home Cyclopedia: Cookery and Housekeeping, published in Detroit, Michigan, in 1889
Tiny cameras are mounted on the printed circuit board
A vacuum cleaner
A 1950s washing machine

Device that determines whether notes or coins are genuine or counterfeit.

- Currency detector

Usually the machines are set to run only when money is put in a coin slot.

- Homemaking
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This article provides information on candidates who stood for the 1987 Australian federal election.

- Candidates of the 1987 Australian federal election

She was elected the following year.

- Janet Powell
British Prime Minister Theresa May meets with First Minister Arlene Foster and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness in 2016.
The House of Commons in session (by Henry Barraud, John Hayter)

The New Decade, New Approach agreement, which restored the devolved government in Northern Ireland on January 9, 2020, provided for legislation to amend the Northern Ireland Act 1998 that, among other changes, will repeal the 1737 act.

- Administration of Justice (Language) Act (Ireland) 1737

repeal a 1737 ban on the use of Irish in Northern Ireland's courts;

- New Decade, New Approach
New Zealand national rugby sevens team at the 2009 Hong Kong Sevens

The 12th annual IRB Sevens World Series of rugby union sevens tournaments for full national sides run by the International Rugby Board since 1999–2000.

- 2010–11 IRB Sevens World Series

Winners: 1999–00, 2000–01, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2003–04, 2004–05, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2010–11, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2019–20

- New Zealand national rugby sevens team
All adult Eurasian blue tits share the same coloration, unmistakably identifying the morphospecies.

Species of small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Triviidae, the false cowries or trivias.

- Pseudopusula depauperata

Trivia dartevellei Knudsen, 1955 : synonym of Pseudopusula depauperata (G. B. Sowerby I, 1832)

- Trivia (gastropod)