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call mission

A type of air support mission which is not requested sufficiently in advance of the desired time of execution to permit detailed planning and briefing of pilots prior to takeoff. Aircraft scheduled for this type of mission are on air, ground, or carrier alert, and are armed with a prescribed load.
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We come across a supreme example of what we call mission as transforming discipleship in the witness of the early church, as we read in the Book of Revelation.
The car comes with Vauxhall's fabulous OnStar system which, when you have satnav fitted, enables you to call mission control and have them fire your route and directions across the ether and into the car's navigation system.
At the Y, we also place a premium on what I like to call mission transparency.
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LiKe door to door salesmen, or the DereKs and Sheilas of Mumbai who phone you up on a cold call mission that no one wants to hear?
It is a question of ethics, and it's answered by what we call mission.
At Andrews AFB, a C-130 modified for the Compass Call mission on static display was the feature attraction.