The NCC-1701-D is a 24th century starship in the Star Trek fictional universe and the setting of the Star Trek: The Next Generation television series. It's a Galaxy class ship and the fifth Federation starship in the Star Trek universe to carry the name Enterprise. In most of its service the commanding officer of Enterprise D is Captain Jean-Luc Picard.
The NCC-1701 was a Federation Constitution class heavy cruiser that was in service with Starfleet in the mid to late 23rd century. In the course of her career, the Enterprise became the most celebrated starship of her time. The Enterprise was destroyed over the Genesis Planet in 2285 when Kirk activated the ship's auto destruct sequence o prevent the Enterprise from falling into the hands of the Klingons! Most famous Captain of the Enterprise was James T. Kirk!
K-9 was created by Professor Marius in the year 5000. The Doctor and his companion Leela helped Professor Marius defeat an alien virus. After the virus was defeated the professor asked if the Doctor to keep K9 and look after him.
Cyberman originally born on Earth's twin planet Mondas, the Cybermen were created as the Mondasians replaced parts of their dying bodies with plastic and steel. Eventually they added emotional inhibitors, suppressing all feelings - love, hate, even fear.
The Daleks are one of the most feared races in the universe. Their creator, Davros only has one intention, destroying all life apart from Dalek life. The Doctor has stopped them on several occasions but somehow they keep coming back!
TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) is a product of the advanced technology of the Time Lords. A properly maintained and piloted TARDIS can transport its occupants to any point in time and space. The interior of a TARDIS is much larger than its exterior.
The Bat-Signal is a distress signal device appearing in the various interpretations of the Batman mythos. It is a specially modified searchlight with a stylized symbol of a bat attached to the light so that it projects a large Bat emblem on the sky or buildings of Gotham City. In the stories, the signal is used by the Gotham City Police Department as a method of contacting and summoning Batman to their assistance in the event of a serious crisis and as a weapon of psychological intimidation to the numerous villains of Gotham City.
The Batwing was Batman's custom-built air combat vehicle. The craft was fully armed with miniguns and missiles. It is unknown where the vehicle was stored, but it was presumably kept somewhere near the grounds of Wayne Manor or in the Batcave. Although the notion of Batman possessing and flying a Bat-themed aircraft has been around in comics since 1939, the Batman 1989 film first introduced the classification of "Batwing". The movie's Batwing was also the first of any Bat-aircraft to be physically shaped after the bat-emblem to such a degree.
The Batmobile is the Batman's primary mode of transportation. The vehicle is one of the most daunting components in his vast arsenal, keeping it stored in the Batcave when not in use. Affectionately dubbed the "Keaton-mobile" after Michael Keaton; the actor playing Batman/Bruce Wayne in the films at the time, the car's popularity with fans has established a strong following and easily ranks with the 1966 Batmobile as one of the most popular Batmobiles of all time.
The 1966 Batmobile from the live action television show began life as a Ford concept car called the Lincoln Futura. The body of the Futura was fabricated by Ghia of Italy, whose artisans hammered the car's panels over logs and tree stumps carved as forms to create the sleek manta ray-like car. The extra-large bat-trunk in the Batmobile holds various crime-fighting equipment and has plenty of space to fit eight people comfortably. The windshield is bulletproof. And of course, the Batmobile is not without its helpful gadgets including the nose-mounted chain slicer, lasers, rockets, an on-board telephone, radar, dash monitor, on-board computer, and police beacon, among others.
Were trained at the Tuskegee Army Air Field in Alabama. During World War II, they flew more than 15,000 individual sorties in Europe and North Africa where they gained recognition as The Red Tails for the uniquely painted red tails of their planes.
P-51D MustangTM “Duchess Arlene”
Was a red-tail P-51D flown by Lt. Robert Williams - a Tuskegee Airman – in 1945. He flew 50 combat missions from Italy with the 100th Fighter Squadron.