ground equipment

ground equipment

An article of a specialized nature for use in the maintenance, repair, and servicing of an aircraft on the ground, including testing equipment and cargo- and passenger-handling equipment.
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This new agreement comes under a full range of high-tech on-board and ground equipment, gases and related services developed by the group.
Ground equipment sales revenue increased USD7,705,000 (61 percent) to USD20,344,000 this quarter compared to the prior year comparable quarter.
5m order for satellite communications ground equipment in October 2014.
Centre of excellence will soon be established at IST for design and development of satellite ground equipment, he said.
To give you some background, Marine Corps Logistics Command is the Ground Equipment Manager of the Marine Corps and its primary focus is supporting the war fighter.
This increase was a result of USD3,347,000 (9%) increase in air cargo revenue, partially offset by a minimal USD112,000 decrease in ground equipment sales revenue and a USD951,000 (10%) decrease in ground support services revenue.
2, which covers "abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings during an international match".
Saab will also supply ground equipment as well as logistics and support services.
This epoxy topcoat is intended to be used on the interior of military ground equipment.
FA3030-08-R-0009, issued by the Department of the Air Force for the maintenance of training devices, aerospace ground equipment, and historical/static displays used by the 17th Training Wing and the Louis F.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE -- NASA has rehired an Illinois-based company to provide aerospace ground equipment support services at Dryden Flight Research Center.
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

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