November 2007
Military History;Nov2007, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p11
This section offers news briefs on the military service. The British Museum plans to acquire a North Yorkshire farm in England which was found to have an 8th century gilt and silver cup containing Viking plunder. In its latest bid to keep F-14 Tomcat parts from Iran, the U.S. government is paying a contractor to rend the jets in an industrial shredder. An archaeological team digging near the Suez Canal has unearthed Fort Tjaru, the largest known Pharaonic-era fortress, which dates from the New Kingdom.


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