air position


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air position

The calculated position of an aircraft assuming no wind effect.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The Air Combat Electronics Program Office's Air Position, Navigation and Timing (AIR PNT) team is supporting a small business innovation and research (SBIR) project aimed at equipping unmanned aerial systems (UAS) with enhancements that include modernized GPS and anti-jam capabilities.
These included air mileage units, air position and ground position indicators.
Under the IJC, the two-star deputy chief of staff for air position was created, along with an associated staff of rotary- and fixed-wing planners led directly by a one-star director for coalition air operations.
For example, temperature sensors located inside the occupied room or at the cooling coil leaving air position usually are set to 75[degrees]F or 55[degrees]F (24[degrees]C or 13[degrees]C), respectively.
The local mean age of air is one global index depicting the time of outdoor air reaching to the indoor air position from the ventilation inlet.
The [O.sub.2] trim control corrects the air position by ensuring that the [O.sub.2] concentration in the stack tracks a desired reference value, also dependent on the firing rate and set at boiler commissioning.
She is a 5-time Billboard Magazine Award winner and is well known for her unprecedented success holding the #1 on air position in the New York radio market at WLTW.
How does Gulf Air position itself in this scenario?
Two others are the Air Position Indicator and the Remote Indicating Compass, designed by Bendix and built by Bendix and Fisher Body.