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In close air support, artillery, mortar, and naval gunfire support fires, it is the term included in the method of engagement segment of a call for fire which indicates that friendly forces are within close proximity of the target. The close proximity distance is determined by the weapon and munition fired. See also call for fire; final protective fire.
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New York, Jan 16 (ANI): American liberal political commentator Michael Moore may end up getting sued by acclaimed independent war correspondent Michael Yon over a controversial photograph.
Had the invasion of Iraq been seen as a necessary war by the American people; had we, like Americans in the 1940s and 1950s, been a generation with a more tragic view of the horrors of war; and had Michael Yon written for the New York Times, Reuters, or the Associated Press, then he would now probably be famous in the tradition of World War II front-line correspondents like Ernie Pyle and Richard Tregaskis.
In short, Michael Yon has proved to be the best combat reporter of the Iraqi war, and one hopes this collection of his postings will gain enough readership to remind the public why that is so.
Rousseau talked with writer Michael Yon, who was researching a piece on people who set fires.
By Michael Yon (Independent journalist/photographer)
A self-financed, self-taught combat journalist and photographer whose reports from the field have won him a wide following, Michael Yon joined an American unit as it crossed the line of departure for the second phase of The Surge and headed for Diyala province and the al Qaeda stronghold of Baqubah.
The report is from Michael Yon, a Special Forces soldier who returned to Iraq to report on the successes there, inspired, he told radio talk-show host Hugh Hewitt, by a "news cycle that seems to pander toward the terrorists.
Johannes and Michael Yon, who run Iraq-based sites that provide news and perspective on military operations and local culture that wouldn't have had an outlet in the broadcast and print media goliaths.
The work on view that grapples most directly perhaps with the historical idea of utopia is Leif Elggren and Carl Michael yon Hausswolff's portentously titled The Annexation of Utopia by the Kingdoms of Elgaland-Vargaland, 2003, a book-shredding and -recycling act for which the Swedish artists pulped multiple copies of a specially printed edition of Sir Thomas More's Utopia (1516), formed the pulp into lovely sheets of raw paper, and hung them out to dry on open-air clotheslines in an attractive triangular installation in which meaning is erased in favor of sheer materiality.
Progress has also been made in the art of mixing additives and admixtures, say Dongell and Michael Yon, president of CRS Systems in Fort Mill, S.
When considering a product to add on site to affect one set of characteristics, find out how it will affect the material's other characteristics, advises Michael Yon, president of CRS Systems in Fort Mill, S.