QDR


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QDR

In Q, or basic telecommunication code, it means, “What is the aircraft's magnetic bearing from the station?”
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these alternatives and would result in a persistent, enlarged QDR,
Signal reliability is enhanced over the InfiniBand QDR data rate of 10 Gbps/ channel.
The February 2006 QDR serves as a roadmap for change to transform the U.S.
The QDR is something the Pentagon goes through every four years.
Taking into account the QDR mandate, as well as the Army's critical transformation initiative, the assessment concluded that the cost of sustaining the Army was $138 billion in fiscal year (FY) 2008 dollars.
So in terms of the QDR, it's been very instructive in terms of laying out those potential threats.
One would not look to the QDR for a definitive treatment of those efforts.
The QDR is based on the National Defense Strategy published in March 2005.
The findings of the 2006 QDR have confirmed the Navy's determination to sustain the right force for the nation today, while preparing for the uncertainties of tomorrow.
Finally, we completed several trade-off analyses on F-22 and C-17 aircraft in support of the QDR and POM processes.
The 2001 QDR contained eight chapters and 67 pages that reflected a shift in defense planning.
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