Dushak checked his own panel to make certain his missiles had been properly mounted. He carried the usual weapons load. There were two R-72 radar-guided missiles on the inboard pylons. These were like the NATO Sparrow missiles. You illuminated the enemy aircraft with your RP-29 radar, and the missile homed in on the radar reflections from your target. They were good missiles, with good range. But you had to keep your radar locked onto your target the whole time— from missile launch to missile impact. If you had to break off the engagement due to the presence of enemy fighters, the missile would not hit. It also meant you could engage only one target at a time. With the AMRAAM, the missile had its own little radar and didn't need the aircraft to radar illuminate the target. And you could engage several aircraft at once, which was not possible with either the NATO Sparrow or the Soviet R-72. The other four missile pylons on the MiG-29 had R-60 infrared missiles slung from them. The R-60 operated like a Sidewinder, homing in on infrared energy fromthe target aircraft. It could even be launched from head on, picking up the leading edge of the fuselage and wings that had been heated by air friction. The main problem in dogfighting with the R-60 was that it had less range than the Sidewinder. The Soviet Air Force had the old K-13 with good range, but its seeker was not very sensitive. There was the new R-73 infrared missile with performance similar to that of the R-60, but it wasn't common yet, and Dushak's squadron had to make do with the older R-60s.
As Jasper watched, Evie inscribed, inside theO of OFF, the four-branched symbol of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. Jasper said:“So your slogan supports two idealistic causes for the price of one!”
What is the oven for?? I did not find this to be a keeper. I will stick to the standard oven baked and have an orange marmalade sauce over the top. The skin on my chicken is crispy and the marmalade is not to sweet but very tasty
sorry to all those who think this is 5 star mac and cheese----this recipe is WAY TOO SALTY!perhaps if you take the salt completely out of the recipe (even the boiling water you might be able to taste the three wonderful cheeses in this recipe. also found there was quite a bit of leftover cheese sauce which i had to toss given the salt dominance
Sanchez tied up the boat and they all disembarked. No one spoke. Sanchez pointed to the nearest warehouse, which also seemed to be the largest. They all ran toward it. George brought up the rear.
She is silent for a moment and then she says,“I’m sorry I fell, Mummy. I’m sorry I tried to climb down to see you. I’m sorry I pulled at Kirstie…”
“That kind of thing is so important in politics.”
The flavor is good. I used chambord to make a chocolate raspberry truffle. However, THESE DO NOT SET. It took several hours for me to be able to handle them and even so, they were too soft and I could barely form them. I noticed some other people made this comment as well. As it is, they won't stay in nice spheres
Well, I just gave a not so positive review of PW's Chickpea Curry, so I needed to balance it out with a good review of this one. This recipe is an absolute knockout-it's awesome! Special and different...would be great for entertaining...and it's pretty easy to put together
Carl Wyler was professor at a small Community College in Indiana. He was tall and good looking, with a commanding presence about him that ensured that his classes were always full. The same could be said for his adult continuing education classes. While the college didn’t have a huge fancy telescope for his students to use, they did have a very nice, computer controlled 16” Mead LX200 ACF Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope.
Great Recipe! I highly recommend this
I love making this recipe....