On August 2, 1944, Leutnant Erich Sommer buzzed the Allies' Normandy beachheads at about 460 miles per hour and used two Rb 50/30 cameras to take one set of photos every 11 seconds--history's first jet-propelled reconnaissance mission.
What does Lt stand for?
Lt stands for Leutnant (German: second lieutenant)
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- Left Tackle (football)
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- Length of Track
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- Less Than or equal to (computer math)
- Letter of Transmittal
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Within moments, the patrols sent out by Leutnant Bunnermann had returned to the German lines, calling, like Teutonic Paul Reveres, "Die Briten kommen
The only casualty was the observer, Leutnant Herbert Schlegel, who was buried in Hooton churchyard Picture: Courtesy MONTY LISTER, of Bebington
Herr Leutnant runs in the handicap hurdle and has each-way prospects.
A clearer guide was when he was a good fourth to Herr Leutnant on his handicap debut at Down Royal 13 days ago.
David Casey gave Herr Leutnant a great ride to win narrowly at Down Royal last week and is on him again in the Newcastle/Uttoxeter Racecourses Handicap Hurdle.
Charlie Swan made it 13 winners in his first season as a trainer with a double at Down Royal yesterday from handicap hurdler Herr Leutnant and Cheltenham candidate Broguestown Breeze, writes Tony O'Hehir.
CHARLIE SWAN continued his tremendous run of success as a trainer when recording a 104-1 double with Herr Leutnant and Broguestown Breeze at Down Royal yesterday.