Broken Arrow Accidents. Broken Arrow Accidents. History Page Type: Cold War History. The U.S. military uses the term “Broken Arrow” to refer to an accident that involves nuclear weapons or nuclear weapons components, but does not create the risk of nuclear war. A Broken Arrow is different from a “Nucflash,” which refers to a possible nuclear detonation or other serious incident that.
Broken Arrow (1950) Critics Consensus 89% HD; CC; Western; 1 Hour 32 Minutes 1950; 4.7, 15 Ratings; In 1870, when white men and Indians are fighting bitterly, Tom Jeffords (James Stewart) strongly believes the Apaches are treated unfairly. After befriending their leader Cochise (Jeff Chandler) and arranging a truce, he is called upon by a U.S. Army general to negotiate a government peace.
US Military code phrase meaning an American unit has been overrun. It calls in every combat aircraft for support.
Early-day Broken Arrow supported three banks, two cotton gins, four grain elevators, hardware stores, several dry goods, grocery stores, two blacksmith shops, restaurants, hotels, two movie theaters, several drug stores, livery stables, laundry facilities, barber shops, two lumberyards, a newspaper, and four doctors. The 1910 population stood at 1,576, a figure that grew only slightly over.
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The Pursuit of Happyness. The new Will Smith movie, The Pursuit of Happyness is wrong and not just in how it spells “happyness”. Movies that have hidden and misleading messages bother me — and I don’t like the underlying messages in this movie.
The Fourth State of Matter. A week in the author’s life when it became impossible to control the course of events. By Jo Ann Bear d. June 17, 1996. Save this story for later. Save this story for.
The Broken Column is a particularly pertinent example of the combination of Kahlo's emotional and physical pain. The artist's biographer, Hayden Herrera, writes of this painting, 'A gap resembling an earthquake fissure splits her in two. The opened body suggests surgery and Frida's feeling that without the steel corset she would literally fall apart'. A broken ionic column replaces the artist.