Condor (disambiguation)

Condor is the common name for two species of birds.

Condor, CONDOR, El Condor, or The Condor may also refer to:

Places

People

  • Sam Condor, Kittitian politician and the former Deputy Prime Minister of Saint Kitts and Nevis
  • Condor Laucke (1914-1993), Australian politician
  • Mat Hoffman (born 1972), American BMX rider nicknamed "The Condor"
  • Kevin Mitnick (born 1963), American computer security consultant, author, and hacker who uses the handle, "The Condor"
  • Carlos Manuel Hoo Ramírez (born 1978), alias El Cóndor, imprisoned high-ranking member of the Sinaloa Cartel drug trafficking organization
  • Alfred Williams (born 1968), American retired National Football League player nicknamed "The Condor"

Arts, entertainment, and media

Fictional characters

  • Condor (comics), a Marvel Comics character
  • Condor, a fictional starship featured in the 1964 novel The Invincible by Stanislaw Lem
  • Captain Condor, a character in Lion, a weekly British comics periodical (1952-1974)

Films

Literature

Periodicals

Other uses in arts, entertainment, and media

Attractions and rides

Brands and enterprises

  • Condor Club, an early strip club in San Francisco, California, that helped set precedent for the legality of nude dancing
  • Condor Cycles, a bicycle manufacturer based in London, England
  • Condor Films, a film and TV production company based in Zurich, Switzerland
  • Stoeger Condor, a type of shotgun

Computing and technology

  • Condor High-Throughput Computing System, a framework for distributed computing
  • CONDOR secure cell phone, a prototype secure CDMA phone by Qualcomm
  • Moto E (1st generation), an Android smartphone made by Motorola with the codename Condor

Military

Aviation

  • Condor, a version of the BQM-147 Dragon unmanned aerial vehicle "navalized" for the United States Coast Guard
  • AGM-53 Condor, a US Navy air-to-surface missile that did not enter service
  • Amarah Air Base, a former Iraqi Air Force base captured by Coalition forces in 2003 and renamed Camp Condor
  • Antonov An-124, a Ukrainian/Soviet transport aircraft (NATO reporting name "Condor")
  • Boeing Condor, a test bed unmanned aerial vehicle
  • Condor Group, a fleet of helicopters operated by the Mexico City's Federal District Secretariat of Public Security
  • Curtiss B-2 Condor, a 1920s American bomber
  • Curtiss T-32 Condor II, a 1930s American biplane bomber, transport, and civilian airliner
  • Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor, a German aircraft used for long range maritime patrol and reconnaissance during World War II, derived from an airliner
  • HMH-464, United States Marine Corps helicopter squadron known as the Condors
  • Schweizer RU-38 Twin Condor, a covert reconnaissance aircraft

Ships

Other uses in military

Sports

Transportation

Air

Land

  • Condor, an express freight service operated by British Rail between London and Glasgow
  • Cóndor station, a railway station in Bolivia
  • Dennis Dragon (also sold as the Dennis Condor), a double-decker bus manufactured between 1982 and 1999
  • Nissan Diesel Condor, a line of medium-duty commercial vehicles introduced in 1975
  • Toyota Kijang, a series of pickup trucks and minivans, sold as the Toyota Condor in South Africa

Sea

Other uses

See also

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