We are astounded, devastated, frustrated and very angry by this latest delayBloody Sunday report delayed until 2009 Nov 07, 2008
This effort will not only benefit the Malaysian army but will also further develop the indigenous capability in MalaysiaBAE and Nurol clinch Malaysia vehicle deal Jun 09, 2011
The EC support was absolutely crucial to the life of the program, but we have quite a ways to go to find the remaining $25 million for the projectFramework reached to decommission Vinca Apr 16, 2008
This program not only has the potential to provide the Royal Navy with a low-cost route to a significant enhancement in capability but will ensure a (British-)based industrial artillery design and manufacture capability is sustainedBAE to boost British navy firepower Dec 20, 2007
I left Iraq three years ago last month. I returned a week ago after a two-week visit of getting the lay of the land for my upcoming deployment. It is still a dangerous and foreboding land, but what I experienced personally was amazing and remarkable -- we are winning, we are really winning. No one told me to say that, I saw it for myselfMilitary Matters: Win mirage -- Part 1 Oct 15, 2007
John Kelly (Kelly of Killanne) (died c. 22 June 1798) was a United Irish leader who fought in the Irish Rebellion of 1798.
While Kelly was obviously well known to rebel and loyalist alike during the short duration of the Wexford rising, almost nothing is known of him outside this time. He was one of the leaders of the rebel victory at the Battle of Three Rocks which led to the capture of Wexford town but was later seriously wounded while leading a rebel column at the Battle of New Ross. He was moved to Wexford to recuperate but was dragged from his bed and hanged by British soldiers who decapitated his corpse and kicked his head through the streets shortly after the fall of Wexford on 21 June 1798.
His exploits are commemorated in the famous Irish ballad Kelly of Killann written by Patrick Joseph McCall (1861–1919).