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Forgotten password Please enter your email address below and we'll send you a link to reset your password. The frog is based on the Japanese common toad , which is found by Mount Tsukuba nearby Hyakuri airbase where the squadron was formed; the frog wears a scarf adorned with stars. The number of stars represent the air wing it belongs to, and as it currently belongs to the 7th Air Wing it has seven stars; when it belonged to the 5th Air Wing at Nyutabaru in Miyazaki Prefecture from to it had five. The squadron was also depicted in the Eureka Seven: AO manga; as the story took place in , the squadron was depicted as having upgraded from F-4 to FJ aircraft.
It is one of the most famous mountains in Japan well known for its double peaks, Nyotai-san m and Nantai-san m. Japanese mountains are volcanic, but Mount Tsukuba is non-volcanic granite and gabbro in origin. Renowned beautiful granites are produced in the northern quarries today; the Fudoki of Hitachi Province , a national geography completed in AD, says Mount Tsukuba was named after a noble called Tsukuha no Mikoto. According to this account, the area around Mount Tsukuba was once called Ki no kuni.
Under the reign of Mimaki no Sumeramikoto , Tsukuha no Mikoto from the Uneme clan was appointed as its governor, he had a strong desire to leave his name in history, so he renamed the area "Tsukuha", now pronounced Tsukuba. As legend has it, thousands of years ago, a deity descended from the heavens and asked two mountains for a place to spend the night. With its great summit and perfect cone, Mt. Fuji refused, believing with pride and arrogance that it does not need the deity's blessings.
Tsukuba, on the other hand, humbly welcomed the honored guest offering food and water. Today, Mt. Fuji is a cold and barren mountain, while Mt. Tsukuba bursts with vegetation and is filled with colors as the seasons change. Ancient chronicles say that the sacred progenitors of the Japanese race are enshrined here, the male divinity, Izanagi-no-Mikoto , at Mt.
Nantai, the female divinity, Izanami-no-Mikoto , at Mt.
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Legends say that the two deities wed and gave birth to other deities, to Japan herself. In antiquity Mt.
Tsukuba is famous not only for the legends that have appeared in poetry anthologies since A. Today, the mountain and its centuries-old Shinto shrine are both a source of blessing for the Japanese people and a must-see attraction to both local and foreign tourists; as the peaks make a couple, they are worshipped as kami in the Shinto religion and are believed to bestow marital harmony and conjugal bliss. It is from here begin. One can choose to go straight up the mountain via the Miyukigahara course, which parallels the Swiss-made funicular , to the notch between the peaks.
Or one can follow the Shirakumobashi course up to the east ridge, where it joins up with the Otatsuishi course, continues on up to Mt. In addition to the funicular there is an aerial tramway which follows the east ridge up the mountain, paralleling the Otatsuishi course. At the top of the mountain there are many gift shops and food stalls in the area between the two peaks.
Here one can purchase ramen , omiyage and the local cure-all , toad oil. At both Mt. Nantai-san and Mt. Nyotai-san are small shrines devoted to their respective gods; the mountain is a popular starting point for parasailing. Mount Tsukuba is blessed with an abundance of nature. At lower elevations of the mountain are trees such as live oak, mountain cherry, Japanese cedar , Japanese red pine and Hinoki cypress. Higher in elevation, one can find species such as beech , Japanese mountain maple and a variety of conifers.
Below these giants of the forest, the mountain is home to hydrangea , hosta , bush clover, five-leaf akebia , gold-banded lily and the dog-tooth violet, to name a few. Amongst these exist a myriad of insects, including hairy caterpillars, giant hornets, stick insects, praying mantis , cicada , a number of amphibians and over 70 species of butterfly. Larger animals such as the Japanese hare, mamushi pit viper, sika deer , Japanese boar , Eurasian badger and the Japanese red fox can be spotted.
In addition, over bird species are known to Mt. Tsukuba , these include the Japanese robin , Japanese pheasant , Japanese white-eye , Japanese grosbeak, cinnamon sparrow, Japanese quail and the Japanese green woodpecker. The first production aircraft was delivered in In November , Kawasaki was selected as main contractor to design and produce an aircraft relating to the MT-X program; this program was launched to replace the Lockheed T and Fuji T-1 jet trainer aircraft in service in the Japan Air Self Defense Force.
The initial program planned a run of aircraft and entry into service in ; the first production T-4 flew on 28 June and deliveries to the JASDF began in September XT Prototype. T built. Aircraft crashed off Hokkaido on July with one fatality. Blue Impulse aircraft and were both destroyed on July 4, Three crew were killed. Blue Impulse aircraft and collided during a January 29, training flight near Matsushima. Both aircraft safely returned to base. Fighter aircraft A fighter aircraft is a military aircraft designed for air-to-air combat against other aircraft, as opposed to bombers and attack aircraft, whose main mission is to attack ground targets.
The hallmarks of a fighter are its speed and small size relative to other combat aircraft. Many fighters have secondary ground-attack capabilities, some are designed as dual-purpose fighter-bombers; this may be for national security reasons, for advertising purposes, or other reasons.
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A fighter's main purpose is to establish air superiority over a battlefield. Since World War I , achieving and maintaining air superiority has been considered essential for victory in conventional warfare; the success or failure of a belligerent's efforts to gain air superiority hinges on several factors including the skill of its pilots, the tactical soundness of its doctrine for deploying its fighters, the numbers and performance of those fighters. Because of the importance of air superiority, since the early days of aerial combat armed forces have competed to develop technologically superior fighters and to deploy these fighters in greater numbers, fielding a viable fighter fleet consumes a substantial proportion of the defense budgets of modern armed forces.
The word "fighter" did not become the official English-language term for such aircraft until after World War I. Army called their fighters "pursuit" aircraft from until the late s.
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In most languages a fighter aircraft is known as hunting aircraft. The letters used to designate a fighter differ in various countries — in the English-speaking world, "F" is now used to indicate a fighter, though when the pursuit designation was used in the US, they were "P" types. In Russia "I" was used, while the French continue to use "C". Although the term "fighter" specifies aircraft designed to shoot down other aircraft, such designs are also useful as multirole fighter-bombers, strike fighters, sometimes lighter, fighter-sized tactical ground-attack aircraft.
This has always been the case, for instance the Sopwith Camel and other "fighting scouts" of World War I performed a great deal of ground-attack work.