The Crew Chief S Son

Author: Michael L. Clements
Editor: McFarland
ISBN: 0786462051
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In this memoir, Michael Clements recounts growing up in the early days of stock car racing. From 1957 through 1965, his father, Louie, travelled the NASCAR circuit, bringing his wife and five children along to every race. Owner and crew chief for champion driver Rex White, Louie introduced many mechanical innovations still used in NASCAR today, and his children grew up on the road between races, befriending many racing legends along the way. Clements’ memoir is full of stories about NASCAR’s early era and the men and women who built the sport. It includes a wealth of never-before-seen photographs from his personal collection.

The Story Of The Crusaders

Author: Barnett B. Young
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Children At Risk In The Workplace

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Employment and Housing Subcommittee
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Father Soldier Son

Author: Nathaniel Tripp
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A Vietnam platoon leader describes his challenges with taking care of and being a role model to his men as a son from a fatherless family, in a memoir that considers the realities of war and dysfunctional families. IP.

Garard Garrard Gerard Gerrard Girard

Author: Robert Gerard
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John (ca. 1720-1787), Elias (ca. 1730-1797), and William (b. 1735/7-1801) Garard were brothers. John was married twice, in ca. 1740 to Mehetable (d. 1779/780) and after 1779 in Berrkley County, Virginia to Mary Gray/Snodgrass? (ca. 1862-after 1841). John had 14 children (11 from Mehetable and 3 from Mary). John's brother, Elias, may have been born on Long Island in New York, married Rachel and died in Columbia, Hamilton County, Ohio Territory. Elias and Rachel had seven children; all were born in either Fort Cumberland, Maryland or Frederick County, Virginia. William, the last of the three known brothers, married Joanna (Hannah) in Lawrenceburg, Dearborn County, Indiana. William and Hannah had three children.

All Nine Alive

Author: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Editor: Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 9781572435377
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For five days in July 2002, the world's attention was focused on the fate of nine coal miners trapped 245 feet underground in western Pennsylvania, not 13 miles from the horrific end of September 11's Flight 93. Seven hours into their afternoon shift, a machine they were operating suddenly broke through a wall, unleashing a torrent of water from an adjacent abandoned mine. With the miners out of sight and the aboveground heroics largely shielded from view, the drama that captured the public imagination was far from complete. Their desperate struggle to survive as the water continued its inexorable rise was played out in cramped darkness. The final, heart-stopping moments provided the storybook ending, but the real story was yet to be told--until now. The miners are home, the rescuers are back at their day jobs, investigations have begun, and, as the story inside All Nine Alive reveals, what really happened in those desperate hours was more breaktaking than we knew.

Korea Business World

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Child Study

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The Callaway Journal

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Raef Burgund And Bigard Bicart Ancestry

Author: Jane Smithenry Klotz
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Descendants are located in Illinois, Indiana, Saskatchewan and elsewhere.

A Critical Analysis Of The World War Ii Combat Films 1942 1945

Author: Kathryn Kane
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Friederich Renninger Reninger In The United States And Canada

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Annual Report The New York State Interdepartmental Committee On Migrant Labor

Author: New York (State). Interdepartmental Committee on Migrant Labor
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Report

Author: New York (State). Legislature. Joint Committee on Migrant Labor
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The Guinness Who S Who Of Fifties Music

Author: Colin Larkin
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Time

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Forest Farmer

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Notes Explanatory And Practical On The Gospels

Author: Albert Barnes
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Aircraft Recognition Performance Of Crew Chiefs With And Without Forward Observers

Author: Robert D. Baldwin
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A test of aircraft recognition accuracy and decision speed compared the performance of single observers and four-man crews. The test used miniaturized simulations of aircraft which were moved at scaled speeds, altitudes, and distances. The validity of the simulation was evaluated and judged by comparing the results of the miniaturized test with results obtained from a previous full-scale test. Comparison of single observers with crews revealed that approximately 50% of the observers performed more effectively when alone than when with crew, in terms of both accuracy and decision speed. The remaining observers performed either equally well, or more effectively when with a crew than when alone. These two groups of observers were found to prefer different communication sequences. The more effective crew observers tended to be less dependent upon other crewmen judgments than the less effective crew observers. (Author).