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pathfinder

i. An aircraft with special crew plus drop-zone marking teams, markers, and/or electronic NAVAIDs (navigational aids) to prepare the DZ/LZ (drop zone/landing zone) for the main force.
ii. During World War II, an aircraft tasked with marking targets for attacks by the main force.
iii. An aircraft launched to verify or confirm moisture reports in an area or possible flight path.
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Specific resources that agencies may find helpful include the Pathfinder implementation guide, Collaboration Across the Road Weather Enterprise: The Pathfinder Project (FHWA-HOP16-086), available at https://ops.ihwa dot.gov/publications/fhwahop 16086 /index.htm, and the IMO early adopter final reports, which are available at https://collaboration.fliwa.dot.gov/dot/fhwa/RWMX/SiteAssets/resources-early-imo.aspx.
In more demanding terrain, the 4WD lock in the Pathfinder finds the right driving mode.
With a refreshed V6 engine that delivers 271 HP, 340 Nm torque and an impressive 1,500kg of towing capacity, the Pathfinder 2018 offers enhanced performance while improving fuel economy to 11.4km per litre.
On the whole, the pathfinders have been successful enough that we now have a magazine rack full of them, and patrons are welcome to help themselves.
To learn more about the Pathfinder Partner Specialization Program, or to find out how to become a Channel Partner, visit the Calix Channel Partner Page at https://www.calix.com/calix-communities/channel- partners.html.
He said the Pathfinder comes with a 3.5-litre DOHC V6 engine, describing the vehicle as having a "modern balance of off-road capabilities with on-road refinement."
The Pathfinder radio creates a mesh network that is accessible to other Pathfinder radios without the need for base stations, access points or network managers, although when configuring the network any 'lost' radio can be disabled.
The Pathfinder Club is a worldwide programme organised and directed by the Youth Department of the General Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.
The company owns the Pathfinder Bank (NASDAQ:PBHC).
The PATHFINDER mini microcatheters are designed to map the inside vasculature of the heart wall, facilitating access to arrhythmia-causing tissue through the venous system.
While SEAT and Admiral are both commercial operations, running a commercial project, the Pathfinder project is run by Under 17 Drivers Pathfinder Limited, an educational trust formed by custodians of the Under 17 Car Club and supported through sponsorship by Warwickshire County Council, the AA Driving School and a number of smaller sponsors.