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Beginnings: Hoverclub of America Newsletters from 1976 to 1979 By Paul Esterle
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Reproductions of the first four years of the Hoverclub of America newsletters plus some bonus photos of early hovercraft.
Navy Gas Turbine Systems Technician: Electrical 2 - (NAVEDTRA 14112) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: In completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate a knowledge of the subject matter by correctly answering questions on the following: engineering administration;... More > uninterrupted power supply systems; engineering control system operations; engineering support systems maintenance; electrical and electronic systems maintenance; pressure, temperature, and level control devices; and the Landing Craft, Air Cushion (LCAC) and the Patrol Combatant Missile (PHM) propulsion systems.< Less
The Leopard on the Rock By N M Cole
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When an Elvis impersonator arrives at a run down karaoke club on the outskirts of Brighton and announces that he is an Arch Angel there is a mixed reaction of surprise, wonder, curiosity and... More > scepticism! The family members of the club ICONZ are all in need of an angelic visitation, however this is not quite what they expected. Would you recognize a heavenly experience? "I like to think that angels are beautiful, soft, giant, invisible support cushions, full of gentle memory foam. Floating about in the air like hidden mattresses ready to catch us if we fall or supporting us whenever we feel we can't go on..." A little touch of heaven is manifesting by the seaside... Who will notice?< Less
A Woman's Power By A. M. Barnard
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"Has she come?" "No, Mamma, not yet." "I wish it were well over. The thought of it worries and excites me. A cushion for my back, Bella." And poor, peevish Mrs.... More > Coventry sank into an easy chair with a nervous sigh and the air of a martyr, while her pretty daughter hovered about her with affectionate solicitude. "Who are they talking of, Lucia?" asked the languid young man lounging on a couch near his cousin, who bent over her tapestry work with a happy smile on her usually haughty face. "The new governess, Miss Muir. Shall I tell you about her?" "No, thank you. I have an inveterate aversion to the whole tribe. I've often thanked heaven that I had but one sister, and she a spoiled child, so that I have escaped the infliction of a governess so long." "How will you bear it now?" asked Lucia. "Leave the house while she is in it." "No, you won't. You're too lazy, Gerald," called out a younger and more energetic man, from the recess where he stood teasing his dogs.< Less