The pilot will bring the power levers aft out of the flight range and into the ground range
as the copilot raises the arresting hook and folds the wings.
NYSE: HRS) have completed demonstrations of the upgraded Small Tactical Terminal (STT) KOR-24A in combination with the Harris high-band power amplifier for extended air to ground range
operation of both Soldier Radio Waveform (SRW) and Adaptive Networking Wideband Waveform C (ANW2C).
Examples of common ground range
an entire gamut: cars, clothes, sports, hobbies, pets, friends, art, music, alma mater, hometown, jewelry--the list is endless.
The green initiative for the brand's roast and ground range
was "just the first step", Baker said.
4 nm ground range
from the target, with an open fire slant range of 6,300 ft, a cease-fire slant range of 5,000 ft, and desired open-fire airspeed of 450 KCAS.
4 metres for ground range
and along track, 10 metres in moving target indicator mode) J-band synthetic aperture radar for use on slow-flying drones operating below 16,400 ft.
All 260 passengers on the flight were killed but the estimates of deaths on the ground range
from five to 10 people - despite debris spreading over a 10-block radius.
The propeller is fine as long as the engine remains in flight idle, but what happens once we bring it into the ground range
We also have increased our focus on our training ranges with the establishment of the ground range
sustainment programs," Augustin said.
When we passed through about 100 knots, as per normal procedure, I took the yoke, and the pilot pulled the throttles into the ground range
The Canadian Forces' new generation Air Combat Maneuvering Instrumentation System (CF-18 ACMI-2) will include additional "rangeless" training components that will allow more pilots to train autonomously in open airspace, without reliance on a fixed ground range
Moving from flight range to ground range
requires relatively long upward travel of the power levers.