As remote control toys go, this is a little boy's dream! The M1A2 US Armed Forces M1A2 Abrams Remote Control Tank is based on the United States Army...... more
As remote control toys go, this is a little boy's dream! The M1A2 US Armed Forces M1A2 Abrams Remote Control Tank is based on the United States Army third-generation main battle tank. Named after General Creighton Abrams, former Army Chief of Staff and Commander of US military forces in Vietnam, the M1 is a well armed, heavily armored, and highly mobile tank designed for modern armored ground warfare. First entering service in 1980, Abrams remains the principal main battle tank of the US Army and Marines, and the armies of Egypt, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and AustraliaThis 1:24 scale battle tank takes the traditional toy tank and gives it a modern twist! Like the real Abrams, the turret rotates 330 degrees and features a realistic recoil movement after cannon firing operation. Plus the barrel aims up and down - what great ballistic action! The tank itself rotates 360 degrees and can be driven forwards and backwards, and can perform left/right turns and pivot turn. And with all terrain vehicles, it is capable of climbing 45 degrees on a non-slip surface. As your tank breaks through enemy lines, it also sounds like a true battle vehicle with realistic sound effects when idling and driving, noises for turret rotation, barrel-up and barrel-down manoeuvres and cannon firing. In fact, gun firing sounds are activated according to actions. So enlist your plastic toy soldiers and get armed to do battle with this 1:24 scale battle tank. Features: M1A2 US Armed Forces M1A2 Abrams Remote Control Tank Working front lights and realistic sound effects for driving, idling and firing Fully directional - toy tank rotates 360 degrees and moves forwards/backwards with left/ right and pivot turns Climbs 45 degrees on non-slip surface Turret rotates 330 degrees with realistic recoil after
The Betrayal of American Prosperity: Free Market Delusions, America's Decline, and How We Must Compete in the Post-Dollar Era - Free Press
Status: New - CONSIDER THIS SHOCKING FACT: while China's number one export to the United States is $46 billion of computer equipment, the number one export from...... more
Status: New - CONSIDER THIS SHOCKING FACT: while China's number one export to the United States is $46 billion of computer equipment, the number one export from the U.S. to China is waste--$7.6 billion of waste paper and scrap metal. Bestselling author Clyde Prestowitz reveals the astonishing extent of the erosion of the fundamental pillars of American economic might--beginning well before the 2008 financial crisis--and the great challenge we face for the future in competing with the economic juggernaut of China and the other fast-rising economies. As the arresting facts he introduces show, the U.S. is rapidly losing the basis of its wealth and power, as well as its freedom of action and independence. If we do not make dramatic changes quickly, we will confront a painful permanent slide in our standard of living; the dollar will no longer be the world's currency; our military strength will be whittled away; and we will be increasingly subject to the will of China, Russia, Saudi Arabia, and various malcontents. But it doesn't have to be that way. As Prestowitz shows in a masterful account of how we've come to this fateful juncture, we have inflicted our economic decline on ourselves--we abandoned the extraordinary approach to growth that drove the country's remarkable rise to superpower status from the early days of the republic up through World War II. For most of our history, we supported our home industries, protected our market against unfair trade, made the world's finest products--leading the way in technological innovation--and we were strong savers. But in the post-WWII era, we reversed course as our leadership embraced a set of simplistically attractive but disastrously false ideas--that consumption rather than production should drive our economy; that free trade is always a win-win; that all globalization is good; that the market is always right and government regulation or intervention in the economy always causes more harm than good; and that it didn't matter that our
Status: New - A pocket sized collection of more than 90 songs from throughout the 45+ year career of David Bowie. Presented in chord songbook format, with chord...... more
Status: New - A pocket sized collection of more than 90 songs from throughout the 45+ year career of David Bowie. Presented in chord songbook format, with chord symbols, Guitar chord boxes and complete lyrics. Track list: "Heroes" Absolute Beginners Alabama Song Aladdin Sane (1913-1938-197?) All The Madmen All The Young Dudes Always Crashing In The Same Car Andy Warhol Ashes To Ashes Baal's Hymn Be My Wife Blue Jean Boys Keep Swinging Candidate (alternate version) Can't Help Thinking About Me Cat People (Putting Out The Fire) Changes Chant Of The Ever Circling Skeletal Family China Girl Cracked Actor Cygnet Committee D.J. Day In Day Out Dead Man Walking Diamond Dogs Drive-in Saturday Eight Line Poem Everyone Says 'Hi' Fame Fashion Five Years Golden Years Hallo Spaceboy I Have Not Been to Oxford Town In The Heat Of the Morning Joe The Lion John, I'm Only Dancing Jump They Say Kooks Lady Grinning Soul Lady Stardust Let's Dance Letter To Hermione Life On Mars? Little Wonder Look Back In Anger Love You Till Tuesday Loving The Alien Maid Of Bond Street Modern Love Moonage Daydream Never Let Me Down New Killer Star Nite Flights Oh! You Pretty Things Please Mr Gravedigger Queen Bitch Quicksand Rebel Rebel Rock 'N' Roll Suicide Seven Silly Boy Blue Slow Burn Sorrow Sound And Vision Space Oddity Starman Station To Station Strangers When We Meet Suffragette City The Buddha Of Suburbia The Jean Genie The Laughing Gnome The London Boys The Man Who Sold The World The Secret Life Of Arabia The Supermen The Width Of A Circle This Is Not America Thursday's Child Time Tvc15 Under Pressure Underground Unwashed And Somewhat Slightly Dazed Velvet Goldmine We Are The Dead Wild Is The Wind Young Americans Ziggy Stardust
Advantages: Cheap no frill airline covering the Middle East, N Africa and Sub-Continent Disadvantages: Taxes often more expensive than the flight
...Air Arabia is one of the first 'no frills' airlines to be launched in the Middle East and currently flies to over 30 destinations in the region, including some in N Africa and the sub-Continent.
Their current hub is Sharjah, one of the 7 Emirates making up the United Arab Emirates. Known more for it's neightbour of Dubai, Sharjah is one of the smaller Emirates but easily accessible to all...
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Advantages: Online/offline synchronised documents, easy to share, simple to use, good range of features Disadvantages: Inaccurate word count, danger of deleting documents, a little complex to open non-Google Docs
...?s unlikely to vanish entirely, but even if it went down for a day, it could be a huge problem if I needed to access something I had written online. So I continued writing offline, and backing everything up onto my memory stick.
2012: ENTER GOOGLE DRIVE
Early in 2012, rumours started circulating about a new innovation - an application that would allow people to have documents stored on AND offline...
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