nonprecision

nonprecision

[¦nän·pri′sizh·ən]
(navigation)
In air operations, pertaining to a navigational facility without a glide slope; does not imply an unacceptable quality of course guidance.
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You're safe as long as you miss at the nonprecision MAP.
For a nonprecision approach procedure (LPV, LNAV, VOR, etc.
The structure would be much larger than the Japanese Mega-Float, so ILS and nonprecision GPS approaches would present no problems for commercial pilots--and pilots wouldn't need any additional training to land on it because of its size and concrete construction.
Compared with nonprecision cancer studies, the precision studies were often phase II, multicenter, and open label.
The inadequacy of this paper is the fuzzy evaluation method used for several times, which leads to a certain gray level and nonprecision of some project risk parameters; thus, behavioral experiment method is needed in future studies for proof and correction.
The US military could also shift to conventional nonprecision munitions if unable to use GPS-guided bombs.
Enhancement of training curriculum to include additional focus on wet runway landings, "go-arounds" and inclement weather and nonprecision approaches.
But think about it: Even with zero magnification and a nonprecision reticle, the 16-inch REPR still put everything inside a coffee cup at 100 meters.
An airport's competitive market capture is against airports with similar NPIAS airport designations; size and capacity characteristics; levels of infrastructure and services; and runway approach type (visual, nonprecision instrument, and precision instrument).
The book also addresses issues of interest to Air Force policy architects, mission planners, and operations personnel--for example, the value and use of manned versus unmanned systems; ways of effectively combining precision with nonprecision weapons; relationships of Department of Defense (DOD) forces with those of the Central Intelligence Agency; and the nature of Army operations (101st Airborne, 10th Mountain Division, and others) as well as those of other DOD forces.
The B-1 is a vital part of America's long-range bomber force, providing massive and rapid delivery of precision and nonprecision weapons against any potential enemy.
OAF corroborated the requirement to maintain and fund nonprecision weapons and platforms.