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Encyclopedia > Kfir
Better Country KFIR
City of license Sweet Home, Oregon
Broadcast area Sweet Home, OR-Sweet Home, Oregon
Branding 720 KFIR
Slogan Better Country 720
Frequency 720 kHz
Format Country
ERP 1000 watts (day), 780 watts (night)
Class D
Callsign meaning website = KFIR AM unoffical Website [1] KFIR Radio
Owner Radio Fiesta Network Radio

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radio info

KFIR AM is a classic country radio station on the dial 720 AM Slogan is "Better Country 720 AM" Power: 1000 watts day and 780 watts night KFIR is under a (CP) Constuction Permit and will be soon at 10,000 watts day and at night 780 watts KFIR is owned by Radio Fiesta Network, LLC.


Shows

ABC every hour from 5 AM to 11 PM KFIR Mornings 5:00 AM- 9:01 AM KFIR Classifieds 9:01 AM- 10:05 AM Coming soon more show info


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Kfir (691 words)
The Kfir is one of the best examples of the 'evolutionary' approach to the development of fighters - an approach which has had impressive results in the history of modern military aviation.
The kfir is not a leading plane, and was not meant to be so upon entering service, as th IAF entered the F-15 planes at the same time, which were considered to be the best in the world.
Kfirs were sent to attack Tel Azia, a terrorist training base in Lebanon, and carried out their task with great success.
IAI Kfir - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2387 words)
The IAI Kfir is one of the best known examples of the developmental approach to the design and construction of combat aircraft, which consists in the modernization of well-proven airframes to face the challenges posed by an increasingly sophisticated air-combat environment.
The nose of the Kfir C.2 was also redesigned to allow for the placement of a new set of modern Israeli avionics, including the Elta EL/M 2001 or 2001B Pulse-doppler ranging radar, the Rafael MAHAT or IAI WDNS-141 weapon-delivery systems, twin computer flight control systems, multimode navigation systems, and a HUD.
Still, the role of the Kfir as the IAF's primary air superiority asset was in fact short-lived, as 1976 saw the first deliveries of F-15 Eagle fighters from the United States to Israel.
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