Moton


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Mo´ton


n.1.(Anc. Armor) A small plate covering the armpit in armor of the 14th century and later.
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Costellos design depicts a Tuskegee Airman suiting up to join the fight during World War II with the Moton Field control tower in the background.
Among the graduates of the accelerated study course is Moton Indama, a former commander of the Abu Sayyaf.
South of Moton complex, the army attacked sites of mercenaries killing and wounding tens, he said, adding that the army targeted other enemy groups south of Ghathab, Ham area, Moton district.
It was the spring of 1951, and her school, the all-black Robert Russa Moton High School in Prince Edward County, Virginia, was literally falling apart.
Casey Moton, program manager for DDG-51, told reporters during the Surface Navy Association's annual symposium in Arlington, Virginia.
One respondent said the proposed policy does not account for pilot convenience and efficiency, citing the VOR-A at Moton Field Municipal Airport (06A) in Tuskegee, Alabama.
After nine to ten weeks of primary flight training in biplanes on grass at Tuskegee Institute's Moton Field, Davis was one of only six of the thirteen cadets to move on to basic flight training at the much larger Tuskegee Army Air Field, an Army Air Forces facility several miles to the northwest of Moton Field.
The jury found two of the officers not liable but found officers Nicholas Martorano and John Moton each liable for $100,000 in actual damages and $200,000 in punitive damages, for a total of $600,000.
Their faction of 11 was led by Moton Indama, a cousin of Abu Sayyaf leader Furuji Indama.
Tutoring agency; AJ Saleem, 32; Rizwan Moton, 30; Azam Zariff, 29; Houston
OLIVER PFEIFFER SPEAKS TO POOLEY AND PRODUCER MATTHEW METCALFE ABOUT HOW, THROUGH THE USE OF TALKING-HEAD MOTON CAPTURE, THEY HAVE MANAGED TO BRING TO LIFE ANOTHER STARTLING PERSPECTIVE ON THE TRAGIC 1915 WORLD WAR I CAMPAIGN.