Build 'em Up; Shoot 'em Down
- Germany Showing Interest In Navy's Triton In Wake Of EuroHawk Debacle. McCarthy, Mike // Defense Daily;9/26/2014, p1
PATUXENT RIVER, Md.--The German Defense Ministry has been inquiring with the U.S. Navy about Northrop Grumman's [NOC] Triton, the high-altitude unmanned aerial vehicle similar toÂ…
- Going Small: Jamming the Mini-Drones. Knowles, John // Journal of Electronic Defense;Oct2015, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p26
The article discusses the evolution of drone market with introduction of cheap, commercial drones such as quad-copter designs. Topics discussed include the Drone Detection and Defeat Technology from CellAntenna, rapid proliferation of mini-drones and challenges to develop counter- unmanned...
- Merkel wins in Germany, 'grand coalition' likely: exit polls. Guest Voice // Moderate Voice;9/22/2013, p5
The article informs that exit poll has indicates that chancellor Angela Merkel clinched a third term in German elections.
- ON THE MESSAGES OF CHANCELLOR MERKEL. // Opinion Piece in Macedonian Press;7/30/2014, p1
The article presents the author's views on the statement by the Chancellor Angela Dorothea Merkel regarding the name dispute with Greece.
- Leader Biography. // Germany Country Review;2009, p55
A biography of Angela Dorothea Merkel, the first woman chancellor of Germany, is presented.
- Leader Biography. // Germany Country Review;2010, p57
A biography of Angela Dorothea Merkel, the first woman chancellor of the German Parliament, is presented.
- Leader Biography. // Germany Country Review;2012, p85
A biography is presented of German Chancellor Angela Dorothea Merkel which includes information on her family, education, political career and accomplishments in office.
- Photo Shop. // New Republic;3/11/2013, Vol. 244 Issue 3, p13
A photograph is presented of German Chancellor Angela Merkel in 1973 at age 18, cooking over a fire while camping in Himmelpfort, Germany.
- Germany likely will have gay foreign minister. // Gay & Lesbian Times;10/8/2009, Issue 1137, p20
The article reports on the re-election of Conservative German Chancellor Angela Merkel of the Christian Democratic Union party on September 27, 2009 in Germany who would likely to form a coalition government with center-right Free Democrats.