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dispatch

i. The process of supervising the readiness of aircraft for their next flights so that departures can take place at the scheduled times. The term applies to civil aircraft.
ii. In paratrooping, to supervise the exits of parachutists or loads from aircraft in flight.
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To accurately perform this type of test, a technician is dispatched to the central office location and another technician is dispatched to the demarcation point.
Vehicles from one or more holding areas are automatically dispatched to one or more terminals as other vehicles leave, ensuring consistent traffic flow and rapid service to passengers.
Officers were immediately dispatched to the robbery in progress at the U.
Should an accident or robbery occur, emergency vehicles are immediately dispatched to the scene.
With On+Site Dispatch, information required by those who are being dispatched is posted on and retrieved from a Web site operated either by LET or by the user.
If the service provider is unable to assist the customer in resolving the situation, the established trouble ticket is transferred to RTS Service Suite, and a field engineer (FE) is dispatched with a complete history of the situation.
Graphical Dispatch Board also provides a clear, visual representation of the current status of dispatched service orders and their priority.