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Ford Hall (Kansas State University)

Ford Hall is an all-female residence hall at Kansas State University and is named for Kenney L. Ford who was Secretary of the Kansas State Alumni Association from 1928-1961. It is located on the South East corner of the Derby Complex at Kansas St ...

Haymaker Hall

Haymaker Hall is a co-ed residence hall at Kansas State University. It is located on the North-East corner of the Derby Complex at Kansas States Manhattan, Kansas campus North of Ford Hall and East of Moore Hall on Manhattan Avenue and Claflin Ro ...

Moore Hall (Kansas State University)

Moore Hall is a co-ed residence hall at Kansas State University, Kansas, United States. It is located on the East side of Kansas States Manhattan, Kansas campus in the North-West corner of the Derby Complex, north of West Hall and west of Haymake ...

West Hall (Kansas State University)

West Hall is a formerly all-female residence hall at Kansas State University with two wings of males. It is located on the South West corner of the Derby Complex at Kansas States Manhattan, Kansas campus south of Moore Hall and west of Ford Hall ...

William P. Brooks House

The William P. Brooks House, also known as Brooks Hall, is a dormitory in Amherst, Massachusetts that is built in the georgian revival style with art deco accents. It is named after former professor and president of Massachusetts Agricultural Col ...

Sutherland Hall

The upper campus residence halls at the University of Pittsburgh include Sutherland Hall, Panther Hall, K. Leroy Irvis Hall, the fraternity housing complex, and the Darragh Street Apartments. Among the newest residence facilities at the Universit ...

Franklin College (Yale University)

Benjamin Franklin College is a residential college for undergraduates of Yale College in New Haven, Connecticut. It opened to students for the 2017 academic year.

Grace Hopper College

Grace Hopper College is a residential college of Yale University, opened in 1933 as one of the original eight undergraduate residential colleges endowed by Edward Harkness. It was originally named Calhoun College after US Vice President John C. C ...

Pauli Murray College

Pauli Murray College is a residential college for undergraduates of Yale College in New Haven, Connecticut. The college, which opened to students in 2017, was designed by Robert A. M. Stern Architects. It is named for Pauli Murray, an American ci ...

Wayne Wheeled Vehicles

Wayne Wheeled Vehicles was a tradename of a division of a vehicle manufacturer that specialized primarily in the production of school buses. It was owned by Harsco Corporation, who purchased the rights to use the Wayne brand name, certain product ...

Aarhus Katedralskole

Aarhus Katedralskole is a cathedral school, an institution of secondary education, a Danish Gymnasium and a listed building in Aarhus, Denmark. The school is situated in the neighborhood Midtbyen, in the Latin Quarter, bounded by the streets Mejl ...

Århus Statsgymnasium

Århus Statsgymnasium is a school of secondary education and a Danish Gymnasium in the neighborhood Åbyhoj in Aarhus, Denmark. The school offers the 3 year Matriculation examination programme. It was the third Gymnasium to be built in or around Aa ...

Finnish Braille

Scandinavian Braille is a braille alphabet used, with differences in orthography and punctuation, for the languages of the mainland Nordic countries: Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and Finnish. In a generally reduced form it is used for Greenlandic. ...

Thai and Lao Braille

Thai Braille and Lao Braille are the braille alphabets of the Thai language and Lao language. Thai Braille was adapted by Genevieve Caulfield, who knew both English and Japanese Braille. Unlike the print Thai alphabet, which is an abugida, Thai a ...

Vietnamese Braille

Vietnamese Braille is the braille alphabet used for the Vietnamese language. It is very close to French Braille, but with the addition of tone letters. Vietnamese Braille is known in Vietnamese as chữ nổi, literally "raised letters", while electr ...

Valentines Day (New Girl)

New Girl is an American television sitcom that premiered on Fox on September 20, 2011. Zooey Deschanel stars as Jessica "Jess" Day, a well-liked and bubbly woman who is trying to get over her surprise breakup with her boyfriend. With the help of ...

Normal (New Girl)

Normal is the twentieth episode of the first season of the American comedy television series New Girl. It was written by Luvh Rakhe and directed by Jesse Peretz.

Prince (New Girl)

Prince is the fourteenth episode of the third season of the American sitcom New Girl, and the sixty-third overall. It was written by David Feeney and Rob Rosell, and directed by Fred Goss. It was broadcast on February 2, 2014 on the Fox network i ...

Grulich S.1

The Grulich S.1 was a German parasol monoplane with a cantilever wing, built in the mid 1920s. It seated two and offered a choice between two engines.

VL Tuisku

The VL Tuisku was a Finnish trainer aircraft designed in the 1930s. It was a two-seat, single-engined biplane with a welded steel framework, covered with fabric. 30 were produced for the Finnish Air Force and served from 1935 to 1949.

Hongdu L-15

The Hongdu L-15 Falcon is a supersonic advanced training and light combat aircraft being developed by Nanchang-based Hongdu Aviation Industry Corporation to meet the Chinese Peoples Liberation Army Air Force and Peoples Liberation Army Naval Air ...

Middle Tennessee State University

Middle Tennessee State University is a public university in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Founded in 1911 as a normal school, the university is composed of eight undergraduate colleges as well as a college of graduate studies, together offering more t ...

Concrete Industry Management

Concrete Industry Management is a business program that has been developed specifically for the concrete industry to provide students with a four-year Bachelor of Science degree in Concrete Industry Management. The program gives students entering ...

WMTS-FM

WMTS-FM is a student-run college radio station licensed to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States. The station is currently owned by Middle Tennessee State University. It is the fourth attempt by students to organize a student-run radio station a ...

No. 8 Service Flying Training School RCAF

No. 8 Service Flying Training School RCAF was a flight training squadron in 3 Training Command, of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan, flying Avro Ansons from RCAF Station Moncton, New Brunswick. The school was opened 23 December 1940. Th ...

No. 23 Elementary Flying Training School

No. 23 Elementary Flying Training School was a Second World War, pilot training school that was established as a component of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan. The school was originally established by the Royal Canadian Air Force on 9 N ...

No. 1 (Indian) Service Flying Training School RAF

No. 1 Service Flying Training School SFTS) was a training school that was established to train Indian pilots during the Second World War. It became part of the Indian Air Force after the war.

63rd Army Air Forces Contract Pilot School

The 63rd Army Air Forces Contract Pilot School is located at the Douglas Municipal Airport in Coffee County, Georgia. During World War II, it was part of the Civilian Pilot Training Act of 1939, to train civilian pilots to serve as contract labor ...

Big Spring Army Glider Training School

Big Spring Army Glider Training School is an abandoned facility located approximately 18 miles north-northwest of Big Spring, Texas. It is now farmland and no trace of it exists.

Bruce Campbell Field

Bruce Campbell Field is a city-owned public-use airport located two nautical miles southeast of the central business district of Madison, a city in Madison County, Mississippi, United States. This airport is included in the National Plan of Integ ...

Carlstrom Field

Carlstrom Field is a former military airfield, located 6.4 miles southeast of Arcadia, Florida. The airfield was one of thirty-two Air Service training camps established in 1917 after the United States entry into World War I.

Douglas Municipal Airport (Georgia)

Douglas Municipal Airport is a public airport located two miles south of the central business district of Douglas, a city in Coffee County, Georgia, United States. It is owned by the City of Douglas. Although most U.S. airports use the same three ...

Eckert Field Airport

During World War II, the airport was designated as Trauger Auxiliary Field A-5). It was used by the United States Army Air Forces as an auxiliary training airfield for the flying school at Rankin Field, California.

Goodland Municipal Airport

The airport covers 372 acres 151 ha at an elevation of 3.656 feet 1.114 m. It has three runways: 12/30 is 5.499 by 100 feet 1.676 x 30 m concrete, 5/23 is 3.501 by 75 feet 1.067 x 23 m asphalt, 17/35 is 1.800 by 40 feet 549 x 12 m turf. In the ye ...

Grand Forks Municipal Airport

Grand Forks Municipal Airport is a former airport, located within current city limits approximately 3 miles west-northwest of central Grand Forks, North Dakota. It was closed shortly after World War II and is now redeveloped as part of the urban ...

Harrell Field

Harrell Field is five miles northeast of Camden, in Ouachita County, Arkansas. The FAAs National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2009–2013 categorizes it as a general aviation facility.

Hawkins Field (airport)

Hawkins Field is a joint civil-military public airport in Jackson. It is owned by the City of Jackson and operated by the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 called it a general aviat ...

Hawthorne School of Aeronautics

Hawthorne School of Aeronautics is a closed flying school/airport located 5 miles south of Orangeburg, South Carolina. The school was closed in 1945. Today the land is being used for non-aviation purposes.

Hays Field (airport)

Hays Field was an airport located about 1.5 miles east of Hays, a city in Ellis County, Kansas, United States. It was closed shortly after World War II and is now redeveloped as part of the urban area of the city.

Lancaster Airport (California)

Lancaster Airport was an airport about 1.5 miles northwest of Lancaster, California. It was closed in the late 1940s and is now a housing development.

Langlade County Airport

Langlade County Airport is a county owned public use airport located two nautical miles northeast of the central business district of Antigo, a city in Langlade County, Wisconsin, United States. It is included in the Federal Aviation Administrati ...

Lodwick Field

Lodwick Field is a former airport located 2.1 miles north-northeast of Lakeland, Florida. It was closed about 1960, with all flight operations being moved to the larger Lakeland Linder International Airport.

Mobile Regional Airport

Mobile Regional Airport is a public/military airport 13 miles west of Mobile, in Mobile County, Alabama. The airport is owned and operated by the Mobile Airport Authority, a self-funded entity that receives no local tax dollars. National plan of ...

Monticello Field

Monticello Field is a former airport and military airfield, located approximately 1 mile northeast of Monticello, Minnesota. The site is located in Big Lake Township, Sherburne County. It is inactive.

Moton Field

Moton Field Municipal Airport is a public-use airport located three nautical miles north of the central business district of Tuskegee, a city in Macon County, Alabama, United States. The airport is owned by the City of Tuskegee. It is included in ...

Okmulgee Regional Airport

Okmulgee Regional Airport is in Okmulgee County, Oklahoma, three miles north of the city of Okmulgee, which owns it. The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems for 2011–2015 categorized it as a general aviation facility.

Spencer Municipal Airport

Spencer Municipal Airport, also known as Northwest Iowa Regional Airport, is a public airport located three miles northwest of the central business district of Spencer, a city in Clay County, Iowa, United States. It is owned by the City of Spence ...

Theldor Airfield

Theldor Airfield was a temporary World War II airfield located approximately 4 miles north-northeast of Vinita, Oklahoma. It was closed after the war.

Union Airport (Nebraska)

Union Airport was a former civil airport and military airfield located approximately 5 miles north-northeast of Lincoln, Nebraska. Today the land formerly occupied by the airport is an agricultural industrial estate and fields.

United States Army Air Forces Contract Flying School Airfields

During World War II civilian flying schools, under government contract, provided a considerable part of the flying training effort undertaken by the United States Army Air Forces.