The second FIRE Project competition underway and once more there are three copies, this time of Martin W. Bowman’s new book “Cold War Jet Combat” to be won.
Competition closes 24:00 hrs Zulu Wednesday March 23 2016 read on for entry details
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Win one of three copies of “Kings of the Air” by entering the FIRE Project December Book Competition.
GOOD LUCK COMPETITORS and Merry Christmas
Competition December 2015
Competition open Wednesday 16th December 2015
Last date for entries Thursday 31st December 2015
Question: Name the French fighter ‘Ace’ who was the first pilot to use a machine gun firing through the propeller arc
Send your answer in an email to: email@example.com
Enter in the subject field FIRE Project Competition Number One
Enter in the email body your answer, The name of the French fighter ‘Ace’
Then email before the Closing Date; which is Thursday 31st December 2016 24:00 hrs Zulu (UK time zone)
Judging: On Friday 1st January 2016, the FIRE Project judges will select the first three correct entries. The winners will receive a congratulations email to the address in their entry and will be required to reply by email with an address that they wish their prize to be posted to by surface mail. The FIRE Project will only use information provided by entrants for the purposes of the competition and that data will be purged after the prizes have been dispatched to the three winners. The judges decision will be final and binding
Historic Ship to Return to Connecticut Waters on July 30
Mystic, Conn. (July 29, 2014) — The Charles W. Morgan will depart from the Massachusetts Maritime Academy at Buzzards Bay, Mass. today to travel to New London, Conn. as the ship continues its 38th Voyage.
Historic Ship to Open to the Public at the Massachusetts Maritime Academy July 26-27
Mystic, Conn. (July 21, 2014) — The Charles W. Morgan will travel from Boston to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Wednesday, July 23 to take part in the centennial celebration of the opening of the Cape Cod Canal. The ship will dock at the academy and be open for public boarding on Saturday and Sunday, July 26-27.
Mystic, Conn. (July 8, 2014) — Nearly 100 years after its last voyage, the whaleship Charles W. Morgan will visit NOAA’s Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary in a symbolic journey to one of the world’s premier whale watching sites. During the Morgan’s historic 38th voyage to New England ports, the ship will visit the sanctuary, located off of Massachusetts, July 11-13. While in the sanctuary, the Morgan crew will team with NOAA to conduct outreach activities highlighting the sanctuary’s role in whale conservation and ocean research.
Mystic, Conn. (July 6, 2014) — Mystic Seaport announced the 1841 whaleship Charles W. Morgan will delay its departure from New Bedford until Tuesday, July 8. The ship had been scheduled to sail Monday from New Bedford to the Massachusetts Maritime Academy at the south end of the Cape Cod Canal on the next leg of its 38th Voyage on July 7.