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Start date: Sep 22, 1980
End date: Aug 20, 1988
top left: Military use of children in Iran-Iraq war. top right: Massacre Iranian Civilians by Iraqi Troops at first of Iran-Iraq War. middle left: A port quarter view of the guided missile frigate USS STARK (FFG-31) listing to port after being struck by an Iraqi-launched Exocet missile on the 17th of May 1987 middle right: Mujahedin was killed in Operation Mersad by Pasdaran in Kermanshah below left: In re-taking Khorramshahr, the Iranians captured some 19,000 soldiers from a demoralized Iraqi Army in 1982 below right: Army of the Guardians of the Islamic Revolution & Islamic Republic of Iran Army used many zu-23 in Iran-Iraq war.
Release date: May 22, 1980
Publishers: Namco · Midway Games · Bandai Namco Entertainment
Designer: Toru Iwatani
Platforms: Arcade game · Apple II
ESRB rating: E for Everyone
First episode: Oct 01, 1962
Episode duration: 105 minutes
Creators: Steve Allen · Dwight Hemion · Sylvester Weaver · William O. Harbach
Theme song: Johnny’s Theme
Producers: Peter Lassally · Fred de Cordova
Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Series · Primetime Emmy Award for Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program · Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing – Variety Series Or Special · People’s Choice Award for Favorite Talk Show Host · Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Achievement In Tape Sound Mixing
Start date: 1754
End date: Jan 01, 1763
Date: May 18, 1980
Born: Sep 10, 1963 (age 53) · Walnut Creek, CA
Height: 6′ 10″ (2.08 m)
Net worth: $115 million USD (2017)
Spouse: Lisa Wiehoff (m. 1993)
Children: Heather Renee Roszel (Daughter) · Alexandria Johnson (Daughter) · Willow Johnson (Daughter) · Tanner Johnson (Son) · Sammi Johnson (Daughter)
Education: University of Southern California · Livermore High SchoolHighlights
- 1982: In 1982, as a senior, he struck out 121 batters in 66 innings, and threw a perfect game in his last high school start.
- 1993: Johnson broke out in 1993 with a 19–8 record, 3.24 ERA and his first of six 300-plus strikeout seasons (308).
- 1993: Randy Johnson married Lisa Wiehoff on November 06, 1993.
- 1999: In 1999 he joined Pedro Martínez and Gaylord Perry in the rare feat of winning the award in both the American and National Leagues.
- 2001: On August 23, 2001, Johnson struck out three batters on nine pitches in the 6th inning of a 5–1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates, becoming the 30th pitcher in major league history to pitch an immaculate inning.
- 2004: With his second no-hitter in 2004, he became the oldest pitcher in major league history to throw a perfect game.