air position


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air position

The calculated position of an aircraft assuming no wind effect.
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Two others are the Air Position Indicator and the Remote Indicating Compass, designed by Bendix and built by Bendix and Fisher Body.
Those courses unhappy with the AIR position are now believed to total nine and, according to one insider, they account for almost half the fixtures.
Given this relatively new organizational change and the major events that unfolded during the past year, this article seeks to (1) describe in detail the airpower C2 transition that occurred as a result of assuming the IJC DCOS AIR position in December 2011, and (2) present observations and lessons learned from our team's tenure in Afghanistan, especially with regard to airpower C2 and the AETF-A structure.
The transition to State 1 occurs after the control signal for the dampers has been at the minimum outdoor air position for a time period equal to the state transition delay.
These included air mileage units, air position and ground position indicators.
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.
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.
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.
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?