(Monday, February 17, 2020) – The U.S. Melges 24 Class Association (USM24CA) is proud to announce the long-awaited and much-anticipated National Ranking Series calendar for 2020. The nine-part Series spans the North American continent featuring a wide variety of racing opportunities, from multi-class events to dedicated Melges 24 regattas.
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This is a special interest book in which the publisher excels, the fifth in a new series, INSIDE. This volume contains impeccably drawn colour illustrations of the instrument panels of a selection of major WWII Imperial Japanese Navy Aircraft. – Very Highly Recommended.
Pan American Clippers opened up luxury long distance travel by air, captured in this revised and expanded edition of a popular history. The Pan Am Clippers pioneered long distance passenger flight, along with the British Imperial Airways. – Very Highly Recommended.
The Danish Resistance have received much less coverage than other groups bravely fighting German Occupation. This book goes a long way to correcting the omission. – Very Highly Recommended.
The initial successes of the North Korean Army were steadily blocked and overcome, with the great US triumph being in holding the Allied efforts together as United Nations Forces. This Cold War series has proved an excellent review of the conduct of the war through its individual stages, as here with the Korean War – Very Highly Recommended.
Continue reading Cold War 1945-1991, Korean War Allied Surge. Pyongyang Falls, UN Sweep to the Yalu, October 1950
The huge Atlantic Ocean is offering a series of weather difficulties to the IDEC SPORT maxi trimaran. It is clear in the Northern Hemisphere, the air masses are battling it out violently and the sailing conditions are varying rapidly for the crew on their way to London and the finish of the Tea Route record. The trade winds are just about over for Francis Joyon and his men. Sailing close to the NE’ly wind on calm seas has meant that they have had favourable conditions to look after the boat heading due north towards the Azores.