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dismount

[dis′maünt]
(ordnance)
To remove a weapon or piece of equipment from its setting, mount, or carriage.
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The Army had 13 accidents between FY 08-11 that were caused by improper mounting and dismounting.
We could have said these were purely precautionary measures because usually when you see a jockey dismounting you fear the worst, that a horse is injured or distressed.
This can be particularly dangerous when dismounting in contact, as the leader has no means to receive reports of changes in the enemy situation.
The sensors stay safely packed in the mold insert, even after dismounting.
You don't fling yourself down the vault ramp or flip over a 4-inch-wide beam or get re-entry burns dismounting from the bars if you aren't massively tougher than that fragile flower image you project.
Because the unit sits within the wheel hub, there is no chance of damaging it when mounting or dismounting a tire, a potential problem with wheel-mounted tire pressure monitoring units.
BAE Systems' Distributed Aperture System (DAS) will enable the vehicle driver, crew members, and soldiers riding inside to "see" through the armor of the vehicle, providing enhanced situational awareness for driving and before dismounting.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Spares for hydraulic bearing mounting and dismounting machine.
The PRO 920 PLUS TC Tire Changer features a larger and thicker turntable dismounting 10-22" rim and max, tire diameter 39"; an "s" linkage design, which moves turntable clamps and ensures firm, even grip on wheels; powerful under turntable cylinders that hold clamps firm; a taller vertical post, dismounting max, tire width 12"; a 40 amp rated silver contact universal reversing switch, a hexangular shaft made of hardened steel, preventing distortion when operating larger or low profile stiff tires, high quality steel foot pedal assembly; Rim clamps cast of fine alloy steel, and each of the 4 rim clamps have 2 air jets for maximum bead blasting efficiency.
CONDITIONAL jockey Robert Quinn was hit by a 14-day ban from the Newton Abbot stewards yesterday - the maximum punishment available - for not dismounting immediately from the stricken Karadin, only yards from the line in the 3m2f handicap chase.

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