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Juan Antonio Bustillo y Ceballos

Juan Antonio Bustillo y Ceballos was a soldier and politician who served as governor of Province of Texas and Coahuila, New Spain. He also served as alcalde ordinario in Mexico City.

                                               

Jacinto de Barrios y Jauregui

Jacinto de Barrios Leal y Jauregui was a Spanish soldier who served as Governor of the Province of Coahuila and Texas.

                                               

Progressive Party of Coahuila

The Progressive Party of Coahuila or PRO is a regional political party founded in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila de Zaragoza on October 2, 2011 in the city of Palau. The members of this party are popularly known as progressive. Its motto ...

                                               

Acolmiztli (Coatl Ichan)

For other meanings of this word, see Acolnahuacatl, an Aztec god also known as Acolmiztli. Nezahualcoyotl, a ruler of Texcoco had the second name Acolmiztli. Acolmiztli I "Arm of the Puma" in Nahuatl was a tlatoani ruler or king of Culhuacan, Nah ...

                                               

Coxcoxtli

Coxcoxtli was a king of city-state Culhuacan. He had two children - a son called Huehue Acamapichtli and a daughter Atotoztli I, who married Opochtli Iztahuatzin and bore him Acamapichtli, the first ruler of Tenochtitlan. He was thus an ancestor ...

                                               

King Xolotl

Xolotl was a 13th-century Chichimec leader, a Tlatoani. He was named after Aztec god Xolotl. Chichimeca is the name that the Nahua peoples of Mexico generically applied to a wide range of semi-nomadic peoples who inhabited the north of Mexico and ...

                                               

Nopaltzin

Nopaltzin was a 13th century Chichimec leader, a tlatoani. His name means "Cactus King" in the Nahuatl language. A Chichimec ruler, the son of the celebrated King Xolotl and his wife, Nopaltzin assisted his father in founding the Chichimec capita ...

                                               

Diego Tlilpotonqui

Don Diego Tlilpotonqui was the tlatoani of the pre-Columbian Acolhua altepetl of Tepetlaoztoc in the Valley of Mexico. He was ruling Tepetlaoztoc when the Spanish arrived in 1519. Tlilpotonqui was the grandson of Cocopin, who had previously been ...

                                               

Xicotencatl I

Xicotencatl I or Xicotencatl the Elder – c. 4 Rabbit) was a long-lived tlatoani of Tizatlan, a Nahua altepetl within the pre-Columbian confederacy of Tlaxcala, in what is now Mexico.

                                               

Law enforcement in Mexico

Law enforcement in Mexico is divided between federal, state, and municipal entities. There are two federal police forces, 31 state police forces and two for Mexico City, and, an investigation of the Executive Secretariat of the National Public Sa ...

                                               

Condor Group

The Condor Group is a fleet of helicopters operated by the Mexico Citys Federal District Secretariat of Public Security, in command of the Secretary of Homeland Security and the local head of government, Marcelo Ebrard.

                                               

Heroica Escuela Naval Militar

The Heroica Escuela Naval Militar is the officer training academy of the Mexican Navy. It began operations on 1 June 1897 with a group of cadets from the Armys Colegio Militar who had expressed an interest in training as naval officers. It was or ...

                                               

Mexican Naval Aviation

Mexican Naval Aviation, is the naval air arm of the Mexican Navy. The Mexican Navy is divided into two naval fleets: Pacific Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.

                                               

Secretary of The Navy Shipyards

The Astilleros de la Secretaria de Marina, are also known as ASTIMAR. The yards are dependent on the Mexican General Directorate of Naval Construction of the Mexican Navy, which carries out various types of naval construction and repairs in the M ...

                                               

Military history of Mexico

The military history of Mexico encompasses armed conflicts within what that nations territory, dating from before the arrival of Europeans in 1519 to the present era. Mexican military history is replete with small-scale revolts, foreign invasions ...

                                               

Constitutional Army

The Constitutional Army was the army that fought against the Federal Army, and later, against the Villistas and Zapatistas during the Mexican Revolution. It was formed in March 1913 by Venustiano Carranza, so-called "First-Chief" of the army, as ...

                                               

Constitutionalists in the Mexican Revolution

Constitutionalists, or Carrancistas were the third faction in the Mexican Revolution consisting of mainly middle-class urbanites, liberals, and intellectuals who desired a constitution under the guidelines "Mexico for Mexicans". After the revolut ...

                                               

Federal Army

The Mexican Federal Army, also known as the Federales in popular culture, was the military of the Mexican state during the Porfiriato, the long rule of President Porfirio Diaz, and until 1914. Under President Diaz, a military hero against the Fre ...

                                               

Military of New Spain

The Military of New Spain played an insignificant role during the 17th century. The new Mexican society growing on the ruins left by the conquest was peaceful. A very limited number of regular troops, a couple of companies, were enough to keep th ...

                                               

Soldado de cuera

The soldado de cuera served in the frontier garrisons of northern New Spain, the Presidios. They were mounted and were an exclusive corps in the Spanish Empire. They took their name from the multi-layered deer-skin cloak they wore as protection a ...

                                               

Allende-class frigate

The Allende class is a series of anti-submarine frigates used by the Mexican Navy. Allende -class frigates are former United States Navy Knox -class-ships which were acquired beginning in 1997. They form the Mexican Gulf Fleet of the Mexican Navy ...

                                               

Azteca-class patrol vessel

The Azteca-class patrol vessel are a class of patrol vessels in service with the Mexican Navy. They were designed and built by the British companies T.T. Boat Designs Ltd; Ailsa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd., Scott & Sons, Bowling; Lamont & Co. Ltd. and ...

                                               

ARM Baja California

It has a length of 282.2 feet 86.0 m, a draft of 11.8 feet 3.6 m, a beam of 34.4 feet 10.5 m, and displaces 1.850 short tons 1.678.3 t. Primary armament is a single OTO Melara 76 mm naval gun, with a pair of OTO Melara 12.7 mm remote controlled n ...

                                               

ARM Durango

ARM Durango is a Durango -class patrol vessel in the Mexican Navy with a main 57 mm gun turret and a helicopter landing pad, currently primarily used to fight drug cartels. It is also armed with SA-18 Grouse missiles. Like other ships of this cla ...

                                               

ARM Guanajuato

The ARM Guanajuato is a Durango -class oceanic patrol vessel in the Mexican Navy with a 57mm main gun turret and a helicopter landing pad, currently primarily used for drug interception and maritime security in Mexican territorial waters. It is a ...

                                               

Holzinger-class patrol vessel

Holzinger -class patrol vessels are offshore patrol vessels in service with the Mexican Navy. They are a Mexican design, based on the Uribe class developed by the Spanish Naval Company Empresa Nacional Bazan in 1982. Holzinger -class patrol vesse ...

                                               

Mexican Special Forces

The Army has a Special Forces Corps unified command consisting of three Special Forces Brigades, a High Command GAFE Grupo Aeromovil de Fuerzas Especiales group, a GAFE group assigned to the Airborne Brigade and several Amphibious Special Forces ...

                                               

ARM Netzahualcoyotl (D-102)

ARM Netzahualcoyotl, a Quetzalcoatl -class destroyer, is one of two destroyers in the Mexican Navy. Netzahualcoyotl was originally USS Steinaker, a Gearing -class destroyer. Mexico purchased Steinaker from the United States Navy in 1982, and rena ...

                                               

Sierra-class corvette

The Sierra -class corvettes are intended mainly for interception of drug smugglers, Exclusive Economic Zone patrol, and countering terrorism. The class comprises four ships with the lead ship ARM Sierra commissioned by the Mexican Navy in 2000. O ...

                                               

Coalition of Workers, Peasants, and Students of the Isthmus

The Coalition of Workers, Peasants, and Students of the Isthmus is a Mexican socialist political organization in Juchitan, Oaxaca. Founded in 1973/1974, it supports agrarian reform, and workers rights. In 1981 it won municipal elections, after wh ...

                                               

Juan C. Gorraez

He was born in the city of Queretaro on 27 January 1904. In high school, he was representative of the student society and contributor to the magazine of such a body. He graduated with a degree in Law at the UNAM in 1928, where he was a classmate ...

                                               

LIX Legislature of the Congress of Sonora

The LIX Legislature of the Congress of Sonora met from September 2009 to September 2012. All members of the Congress were elected in the 2009 Sonora state election. The LIX Legislature consists of 14 deputies from the National Action Party PAN, 1 ...

                                               

Alianza Fidelidad por Veracruz

The Alianza Fidelidad por Veracruz was an electoral coalition in the Mexican state of Veracruz. The AFV was formed to fight the state and local elections of 2 September 2007 and was led by the Institutional Revolutionary Party PRI in alliance wit ...

                                               

Law enforcement in Moldova

The General Police Inspectorate is a state institution subordinate to the Ministry of Internal Affairs, that regulates law enforcement in Moldova. The current Chief of the General Police Inspectorate is currently Vadim Cojocaru.

                                               

1st Motorized Infantry Brigade "Moldova"

The 1st Motorized Infantry Brigade "Moldova" is an motorized infantry unit of the Moldovan National Armys Ground Forces based in the Moldovan city of Balți. It was the first Army unit to be created in the newly independent country, being founded ...

                                               

Ștefan cel Mare 2nd Motorized Infantry Brigade

The 2nd Motorized Infantry Brigade "Stefan Cel Mare" is an motorized infantry unit of the Moldovan National Armys Ground Forces based in the Moldovan capital of Chisinau.

                                               

3rd Motorized Infantry Brigade "Dacia"

The 3rd Motorized Infantry Brigade "Dacia" is an motorized infantry unit of the Moldovan National Armys Ground Forces based in Cahul. The Dacia Motorized Infantry Brigade in Cahul was created on February 24, 1992, by the decree of the President o ...

                                               

Military Band of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Mongolia

The Military Band of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Mongolia is the main military band of the Armed Forces of Mongolia. The band was formed in 1950 and began as the foremost musical group of the Mongolian Peoples Army. It was led for ov ...

                                               

Mihailo III of Duklja

Mihailo III was Prince of Duklja, from c. 1180, or before, up to 1186 or 1189. He was descended from the Vojislavljevic dynasty, and also cousin to Grand Prince Stefan Nemanja of Serbia. The Principality of Duklja was tributary to the Byzantine E ...

                                               

Peter of Diokleia

Peter of Diokleia or Petar was an archon of Duklja in the 10th or 11th century. The only information on him is from a seal found in the 19th century, which is decorated on the observe with a bust of the Virgin Mary holding a medallion of Christ a ...

                                               

Royal Moroccan Air Force

The Royal Moroccan Air Force started a progressive modernization program of its ageing fleet and their technical and operational capacities. In 2007, Morocco formally requested 24 T-6C Texan trainer aircraft, with very secondary light attack capa ...

                                               

Military history of Morocco

The military history of Morocco covers a vast time period and complex events. It interacts with multiple military events in a vast area containing North Africa and the Iberian peninsula.

                                               

Nouasseur Air Base

Nouasseur Air Base near Casablanca in Morocco, was a United States Air Force base. It was designed for B-36 and B-47 bombers, and also housed repair units for a period. Today, Nouasseur AB is known as Mohammed V International Airport. It hosts he ...

                                               

Ait Kamara

Ait Kamara is a village located 18 kilometres south of the city of Al Hoceima, in the Aït Waryaghars tribe, in the Rif region of Morocco. It was affected by the 2004 Al Hoceima earthquake. National Route 16 connects it to Tetouan in the west. The ...

                                               

Ait Siberne

Ait Siberne is a commune in the Khemisset Province of the Rabat-Sale-Kenitra administrative region of Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 5232 people living in 1001 households. It is now considered a uni ...

                                               

Amizmiz

Amizmiz is a small town in Morocco approximately 55 kilometers south of Marrakesh. It lies at the foot of the High Atlas mountain range. Its population of approximately 11.000 consists mainly of Amazighs of Tamazgha origin who speak the Tamazight ...

                                               

Boulaouane

Boulaouane is a small town and rural commune in El Jadida Province of the Casablanca-Settat region of Morocco. The town is near the Oum Er-Rbia River and the fortress overlooks that river. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total p ...

                                               

Bzou

Bzou is a town in the northwest corner of Morocco’s Azilal Province, just off the main road between the major cities of Beni-Mellal and Marrakesh. The sprawling commune of Bzou is composed of various Berber and Arabic speaking douwars tucked into ...

                                               

Ifrane Atlas-Saghir

Ifrane Atlas-Saghir or Ifrane, Anti-Atlas, is a village and commune in southern Morocco populated by some 12.000 inhabitants. The town, its arid valley, oasis and surrounding mountains attract some tourism, from hikers and Jewish pilgrims. Ifrane ...

                                               

Imsouane

Imsouane is a small town and rural commune in Agadir-Ida Ou Tanane Prefecture, Souss-Massa, Morocco. At the time of the 2004 census, the commune had a total population of 9353 people living in 1704 households. Imsouane is the favorite destination ...

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