FLAGE - What does FLAGE stand for? The Free Dictionary
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The latter are derived from technology demonstrated by LTV in the highly successful FLAGE
experiment of 1987, when a hyper-velocity missile manoeuvred to intercept an incoming Lance tactical ballistic missile at (3 700 metres) altitude.
The sources also noted that the Kurdish forces have already pulled down the US flages from other bases and regions under their control, saying that the Kurdish forces' move came in protest to Washington's lack of support for these forces.
The xxix day of October ther wher ij goodly pennes [pinnaces] deckyd with gones and flages and stremars, and a m.