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dispatch

i. The process of supervising the readiness of aircraft for their next flights so that departures can take place at the scheduled times. The term applies to civil aircraft.
ii. In paratrooping, to supervise the exits of parachutists or loads from aircraft in flight.
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Simultaneous with the CADVoice(R) dispatch announcement at the designated fire station, the system also can automatically activate alarms and display status information on display devices in the fire station, activate garage bay doors, and more.
What attracts many to the job is its link to a career in law enforcement, dispatch supervisor Cathy Sotos said.
Paradigm combined dispatch and routing and integrated it with billing.
The very nature of police work keeps the everyday dispatch of police response more continuous and complex than dispatching fire apparatus or medical units, because fire and medical situations routinely are handled by field supervisors on the scene after the initial callout.
Financial forecasts are relatively insensitive to dispatch.
Between its downtown and San Fernando Valley dispatch sites, the LAPD has sufficient extra space to absorb the fire dispatchers, wrote Sjoberg, a former state auditor.
Dispatch Manager offers a sophisticated computerized tool that enables the air carrier to save fuel and other operating costs for each flight by optimizing the horizontal route definition, the vertical profile and the aircraft speed.
Police Commissioner Alan Skobin said he favors the proposed dispatch changes and believes it will be done responsibly.
It is also an exact replica - right down to the room numbers - of the new dispatch center built downtown, which the department opened last year.
The project, including a new dispatch center downtown, was originally supposed to be done by 2000, but the scope of the work has changed over the years, said Jeff Jantz, commanding officer of the city's emergency communications systems division.
Goodyear has served, since 1999, as Treasurer of The Dispatch Printing Company, publisher of The Columbus Dispatch, and its affiliated companies with responsibility for cash management, investments, risk management and tax compliance.