MARK IX

MARK IX

An application generator originally from Sterling Software that ran on IBM mainframes and desktop computers. It stemmed from MARK IV, the first report writer to use fill-in-the-blanks forms. MARK V was a subsequent online version. Sterling was acquired by CA in 2000.
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THINKTANK SCIENCE MUSEUM, MILLENNIUM POINT, CURZON STREET, BIRMINGHAM New for 2015 is the Spitfire Gallery, featuring a Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX and a Hawker Hurricane Mark IV hanging from the ceiling.
COMPLETE with a Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX suspended from the ceiling, the Spitfire Gallery at Birmingham's Thinktank science museum opens to the public on Saturday.
Other highlights include the Spitfire Display Team, who will have the Mark IX Spitfire RAF Bowser and supporting ground equipment on display.
THE STORY: Jeremy Swanson (a great source of military odds-arid-ends items) seat me a report of a use of the Supermarine Spitfire Mark IX which was probably not envisioned by designer R.
The design of the car was developed into the faster Mark VII M in 1954 through the Mark VIII to the grand finale of the design -the fabulous Mark IX of 1958-61.
After the war, the Mark IX Spitfire was sold to the South African Air Force and was rescued from a Cape Town scrapyard by building developer Charles Church in the 1970s.
Since those days at London's Earls Court show, there have been a further seven editions of the car which kicked off the Mitsubishi momentum and now on display at showrooms is the Lancer Mark IX, which the makers say has been designed to recapture the true spirit of the brand.
Spitfire Mark IX at Castle Bromwich in 1944; TOP: Village Green, Erdington, January, 1963 MIDDLE: Mechanics working on a fine collection of old cars at Abbey Garage, Sutton Road, Erdington, possibly 1930s BOTTOM: Children watch from bicycles as The Home Guard parade at Pype Hayes, Erdington, in August, 1940
5 meter Zeiss Mark IX laser fiberoptic star projector.
The event took place at the Rose Center for Earth and Space at the American Museum of Natural History, the site of the new Hayden Planetarium featuring the advanced Zeiss Mark IX Planetarium Projector.
Above them a Mark IX Spitfire, flown by Ray Hanna, a former leader of the RAF Red Arrows aerobatics display team, made four fly-pasts over the fleet of Little Ships as a tribute.
Ex-RAF man Norman Lees, 49, was teaching the plane's new owner how to fly the rare two-seater Mark IX when it clipped a tree as it came in to land at Goodwood Airfield, West Sussex.