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backtrack
i. When transmitted on radio by the air traffic controller, it means that the aircraft should turn through 180° on the runway after landing and taxi in the opposite direction (i.e., toward the runway end from which the aircraft has landed).
ii. In air, to turn through approximately 180° and follow the same track in the reverse direction.
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Backtrack is also the primary fundraiser for National Heritage Foundation (NHF) and its applied ancestry programs for at-risk youth and their families.
Backtrack has created iHero -- a software and online tutorial program that teaches these 'Hollywood' techniques to family historians to make family history more compelling for young audiences.
Tier three: Backtrack is committed to making a difference for young people, hence the interactive link between http://www.
Backtrack has kept its pricing very low so everyone can afford to subscribe, yet still allows support for NHF's applied ancestry projects with at-risk youth and their families," said Peter Rancie, Backtrack founder and CEO.
We are also pleased that we have been able to time the release of Backtrack Studios with USA's family history month, since these programs offer significant innovation and ease of access for millions of family historians in the USA and many other countries," he said.