HORNET


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HORNETHybrid Opto-Electronic Ring Network (Stanford University/Sprint)
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The Hornet load, when zeroed at 200 yards, drops 17.
Hornets are large members of the wasp family, with their venom containing 5 percent of acetylcholine.
The Super Hornet could fill the deficiency, at great cost, but "used" 'legacy' F-18s, would fill the bill cheaply
The hornet prey on honeybees, disrupting the ecological role which they provide and damaging commercial beekeeping activities.
I would urge beekeeprs to put hornet traps in their hives so that we know what the situation is, to see if there are any in the area already.
New research from the University of Warwick now predicts that, given a chance, there could potentially be hundreds of thousands of Asian hornet nests across the UK within the next two decades (although cold winters in the north will likely prevent them colonising the entire country).
The first Super Hornet to reach 6,000 flight hours is projected to do so in April, just ahead of its 15th birthday in June.
22 Hornet factory-loaded ammo carrying a 45-grain bullet typically produces a muzzle velocity of about 2,690 fps.
CDR: What factors led the RAAF to consider a new fighter aircraft to augment your Classic Hornet fleet?
The Asian hornet is now common across Europe after being introduced in error to France in 2004 in a shipment of pottery from China.
Inspectors from the National Bee Unit destroyed the nest and, although two dead hornets were found in North Somerset, no further sightings have been reported.
But an Asian giant hornet nest was discovered in Gloucestershire on Tuesday - the first such discovery on British soil.