aerospace ground equipment


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aerospace ground equipment

[¦e·rō¦spās ′grau̇nd i‚kwip·mənt]
(aerospace engineering)
Support equipment for air and space vehicles. Abbreviated AGE.
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Airman Binaco, an aerospace ground equipment journeyman from McGuire Air Force Base, N.
Moments later Sgt Burke then called the Aerospace Ground Equipment dispatch office to deliver an emergency spill response cart.
The study will look at three units in the 412th Logistics Group - the Transient Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Aerospace Ground Equipment Flight and Airdrop Research Flight.
This new configuration features upgraded solid rocket motors; a more accurate guidance system based on ring laser gyros; a new, more efficient programmable aerospace ground equipment (PAGE) system used to checkout the vehicle on the ground and standardized mechanical and electrical interfaces to the payload.
Thompson, a staff sergeant assigned to the guard's Channel Islands 146th Maintenance Squadron at Point Mugu, serves as an aerospace ground equipment journeyman maintaining and repairing C-130 airplanes.
He contacted Aerospace Ground Equipment and informed them of the problem, leading to a one-time inspection of all O-ring seals installed on the wing's fuel bowsers.
Thompson serves as an aerospace ground equipment journeyman.
His end speed was approximately 30 miles per hour as he zipped through the pad between live bombs, trailers, dunnage, parked aerospace ground equipment, and other storage crew members at the location.
Knowing the dangers involved to personnel and aircraft if the sliding ram were to derail, MSgt Mickelson immediately contacted the 20th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment flight to deliver a stand that would allow for a more thorough inspection of the equipment.
I see bushes blocking the visibility at intersections, tree limbs obscuring traffic signs, faded key road markings, inoperative maintenance stand brakes, construction work not properly marked, traffic congestion due to insufficient parking, and Aerospace Ground Equipment needing repairs.
The recertification plan involved the participation of many key organizations: maintenance, operations, fire department, Petroleum Oil Lubricants (POL), airfield management, aerospace ground equipment, and -- of course -- safety
Airmen Impastato distinguished himself by fighting and extinguishing a fire involving a portable ground heater inside the aerospace ground equipment maintenance facility.

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