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* Southern-most point-Jabal Bartazuga on the Sudanese border, Red Sea Governorate **
** Red Stripe Cup matches
** Red gram = Pigeon pea
** indicator: Red LED
** Jackson / State ( CTA station ) on the Red Line
** Red Lemur, Eulemur rufus
** Red Ruffed Lemur, Varecia rubra
** Red Planet ( 1949 ).
** Lead-zinc-silver, typified by Red Dog, McArthur River, Mount Isa, etc.
** " Red Dog " ( M ) ( short story )
** German Federal Prosecutor Siegfried Buback and his driver are shot by 2 Red Army Faction members while waiting at a red light near his home in Karlsruhe.
** German Autumn: Red Army Faction members Andreas Baader, Jan-Carl Raspe and Gudrun Ensslin commit suicide in Stammheim prison ; Irmgard Möller fails ( their supporters still claim they were murdered ).
** Jimmy Skinner, Detroit Red Wings head coach ( d. 2007 )
** In Bad Kleinen, Germany, GSG 9 troopers arrest Birgit Hogefeld and kill Wolfgang Grams two Red Army Faction terrorists.
** Second Red Scare: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg are convicted of conspiracy to commit espionage.
** Red Scare: Celebrities including Helen Keller, Dorothy Parker, Danny Kaye, Fredric March, John Garfield, Paul Muni and Edward G. Robinson are named in an FBI report as Communist Party members.
** The German garrison in Poznań capitulates to Red Army and Polish troops.
** The Red Army enters Bratislava and pushes to the outskirts of Vienna, taking it on April 13 after several days of intense fighting.
** The Red Army enters Prague.
** Nikolai Berzarin, Soviet Red Army general ( b. 1904 )
** Sixteen countries meeting in Geneva agree to form the International Red Cross.
** Red Reeder, U. S. Army officer and author ( b. 1902 )
** Red Crescent adopted as an additional LORCS emblem.
** The New Jersey Devils sweep the heavily favored Detroit Red Wings to win their first Stanley Cup in the lock-out shortened season.

** and Army
** International Air Transport Association for Baker Army Air Field ( abandoned ), Baker Island, United States Minor Outlying Islands
** U. S. Army Biological Warfare Laboratories ( 1943 – 69 )
** United States Army Medical Unit ( 1956 – 69 )
** U. S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases ( USAMRIID ; 1969 – present )
** Belgisch Leger ( Belgian Army )
** Afghan National Army Regional Hospital at Camp Shaheen
** In the 1971 film Dad's Army, German aircrew with photographs vital to the invasion crash land in England.
** Army Ten-Miler road race at The Pentagon.
** Jarl Wahlström, Salvation Army general ( b. 1918 )
** Ten-Day War ( 1991 ) – a brief military conflict between Slovenian TO ( Slovenian Territorial Defence ) and the Yugoslav People's Army ( JNA ) following Slovenia's declaration of independence.
** Croatian War of Independence ( 1991 – 1995 ) – the war fought in hegh town Croatia between the Croatian government, having declared independence from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, and both the Yugoslav People's Army ( JNA ) and Serb forces, who established the self-proclaimed Republic of Serbian Krajina ( RSK ) within Croatia.
** Richard D. Winters, U. S. Army officer ( d. 2011 )
** Walter Tull, First Black infantry officer to serve in the British Army ( b. 1888 )
** The United States Army suspends Gene C. McKinney, Sergeant Major of the Army, its top-ranking enlisted soldier, after hearing allegations of sexual misconduct.
** An Irish Republican Army attack on the Brookeborough police barracks leads to the deaths of Seán South and Fergal O ' Hanlon.
** The U. S. military sustains its first combat fatality in Vietnam, Army Capt.
** Bramwell Tillsley, General of The Salvation Army
** George Carpenter, 5th General of The Salvation Army ( b. 1872 )
** An Irish Republican Army bomb explodes in the centre of Coventry, England, killing 5 people.
** Lawrence Oates, English Army officer ( b. 1880 ).
** William Booth, English founder of the Salvation Army ( b. 1829 )

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