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air station

[′er ‚stā·shən]
(mapping)

air station

i. In photogrammetry, the point in space occupied by the camera lens at the moment of exposure.
ii. An air base; a term more often used by naval personnel for an airfield where naval aircraft are located.
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The operationalization of newly developed Naval Air Station Turbat will provide Pakistan Navy with the much needed depth, flexibility and reach to counter emerging challenges of deterring terrorism at sea, curbing piracy and carrying out maritime security operations.
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But Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, who formed his government last September, has reviewed the 2006 agreement reached by the previous government, promoting the idea of moving the air station out of Okinawa, or even outside Japan, to ease base-hosting burdens on local people.
Shikra, after which the Air Station is being named, is a small aggressive raptor with short broad wings and tall tail adapted for manoeuvrability, agility and speed.
Capt Kady Chatman leading a pack of runners came first in the female entries during the charity fun run at Basra Air Station
This is our first casualty that we've had here at the air station and we're grieving," Caetano said.
Utilizing Eid Passport's patented program, employees who register for the program and successfully pass the background screening receive streamlined access to Naval Air Station Lemoore.
A Wildcat helicopter from Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton joined a crowd of thousands at the Weston Air Festival and Armed Forces Weekend 2017.
13 town hall meeting at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Maryland.
Duty stations included Naval Reserve Aviation Base, Long Beach, California; Naval Air Station, and Naval Air Training Center, Corpus Christi, Texas; USS Muliphen; Military Sea Transportation Service, Washington, D.
Marines Futemma Air Station in Okinawa by the time U.
The air station, which first commenced air operations in 1964 with the setting up of a small helicopter maintenance unit, today, provides maintenance and flying support to a diverse range of helicopters operating from naval ships at Mumbai.