(15.) "Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD
)," Raytheon, accessed 21 July 2015, http://www.raytheon .com/capabilities/products/mald/.
M50: 1 James, 2 G Fletcher (Mald
) 3-09.28, 3 A Lewis (Eryri) 3-20.24.
After an inquest, his devastated parents, Bharat and Naina Mald
, said they were "at a complete loss" over why he should have taken his life.
Yet English scholars have not noticed that the same process took place with the Welsh equivalent Mald
, casting light on the English word's history.
Many fear they will go to bed one night on dry land, and wake up in the morning in water, writes Matthew Schofield on the dark future that awaits Mald
M50: 1 E Campbell (Buckley) 41.42, 2 M Robbins (Wrex) 42.43, 3 H Jones (Mald
RESULTS of Neil Howells Memorial race, Montgomery: 1 T Davies (Mald
) 27.57, 2 J Loxam (Stockport) 28.35, 3 A Yap (Mercia, M45) 30.24, 4 D Jones (Sh Shufflers) 31.16, 5 E Davies (Mald
, M55) 31.19, 6 J Sealer (Sh Sh) 32.03.
Turning to decoys, the 135-kg swing-wing Raytheon AGM-160B Miniature Air-Launched Decoy (Mald
) successfully completed flight testing in January 2008.
The original MALD
concept was a decoy designed to confuse enemy air defense systems.
The F-15E does not currently have the RWR to make this vision a reality In fact, no US combat aircraft has the sensor array described above; the MALD
is not fielded; and the small, unattended sensors described do not exist.