"One morning as we skirted a mountain range, seeking a practicable pass, we were attacked by a band of Apaches who had followed our trail up a gulch--it is not far from here.
Unfortunately the chaparral extended only a short distance up the slope, and as we came into the open ground above we took the fire of a dozen rifles; but Apaches shoot badly when in a hurry, and God so willed it that none of us fell.
That he was already dead I could not but be convinced, and yet I would have saved his body from mutilation at the hands of the Apaches
as quickly as I would have saved the man himself from death.
An instant later he lay crumpled in a corner of the room, and then, as his comrades rushed in upon the ape-man, they experienced a taste of what the apaches
had but recently gone through.
An official at the Pentagon said that the use of Apache
helicopters came to support military operations to Iraqi forces in Fallujah.
"Chiricahua" histories typically focus on the violence of the 1880s Apache
Wars or on the unjust victimization and subjugation of the Apache
prisoners of war by the US government.
As a natural gas producer, Apache
extracted and processed natural gas from wells on Varanus Island, an island located off the coast of Western Australia.
By fall of that year, he facilitated a relative peace by crafting a treaty with Cochise, a chief of the Chiricahua Apache
In addition, VMware is working with the Apache
Hadoop community to contribute extensions that will make key components "virtualization-aware" to support elastic scaling and further improve Hadoop performance in virtual environments.
Harry was crowned best co-pilot gunner in an Apache
at a dinner in Wattisham air base, Suffolk, last night.
Through its 13-percent share in the Wheatstone Project, Apache
Julimar Pty Ltd, an Apache
subsidiary, will supply 0.1 mtpa from natural gas produced at the Julimar and Brunello fields in offshore license WA-356-P.
also said that the AG-96 development well in the Abu Gharadig Concession tested 3,347 barrels of oil and 1 million cubic feet (MMcf) of natural gas per day from the Lower Bahariya formation.