jettisonable

jettisonable

(ˈdʒɛtɪsənəbəl)
adj
capable of being jettisoned
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Consequently, the thought of extending the type's limited range/endurance through the use of jettisonable external fuel tanks never occurred to the Luftwaffe's leadership .
The report says: "During the initial part of the impact the jettisonable aircraft canopy was released.
Federal Aviation Administration -certified high-capacity landing gear that allows takeoff and landing with a maximum weight of 3,750 pounds through the incorporation of jettisonable external stores
Probably the most advanced Russian attack helicopter, the 10,800-kg Kamov Ka-52 Alligator is unique in having side-by-side seating, jettisonable rotor blades and ejection seats.
The H-72 is commercial Eurocopter EC-145, which includes standard features such as air conditioning, jettisonable crew doors, an underwater locator beacon, Traffic Collision Avoidance System, and a fixed beam cargo hook.
These findings prompted a pilot study in Canada's High Arctic to evaluate the possibility of recapturing jettisonable tags or individual belugas to recover archival-type tags.
Early versions took off from a clunky, jettisonable trolley and landed on skids.
23) It was August 1943 before the P-47 was finally fitted with the shackles and plumbing to carry an effective jettisonable centerline extra fuel tank.
The KOR-2 was equipped with an emergency jettisonable canopy and an armored plate in the cockpit.