refueler


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refueler

i. A vehicle to refuel aircraft. Also called a bowser.
ii. Refers to a tanker used for air-to-air refueling.
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According to Mack, the refueler on display was developed largely in Hagerstown, MD under a $1.
Torres, Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252 (VMGR-252) Sgt.
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The company is developing HyLYZER systems in three sizes that range from a personal refueler to a fleet refueler that generates up to 65 kilograms per day of hydrogen.
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A1C Feliciano was defueling an HC-130P, and noticed a rise is the nozzle pressure gauge on the instrument panel of his R-11 refueler.
Lowery, 22, serves with Marine Aerial Refueler Transport Squadron 252, based at the Marine Corps Air Station at Cherry Point, North Carolina.
Decisions on specific programs were accelerated, including the purchase of two aerial refueler versions of Boeing's commercial 767 jet transport.
As well as the crucial work in preparing the car for qualifying and the race itself, Andy has the vital role as the refueler.
Hailing from North Carolina, the suspect moved to Detroit eight months ago and had been working at an aircraft refueler at Detroit's Metro Airport.
They include a nurse, a jet refueler, a marketing representative and a temporary employee better known as a rock 'n' roll groupie.
Since its founding in 1968, Rampmaster has consistently delivered unprecedented product advancements that benefit customers' airport operations through longer refueler lifecycles, significant fuel and maintenance savings, lower EPA emissions and more.