release point


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release point

The point on the ground directly above which the first parachutist, cargo, or ordnance is dropped.
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Getting the salmon to the release point involved a number of organizations.
3ft) from the aerosol release point was 4,189 p/L under the neutral ventilation mode as determined by averaging 30 minutes of sample data from six sample points (sample locations A2 and B2 at 0.
We want the pitchers to stride out, take a big stride, enabling him to get a release point closer to the hitter.
Communication with the release point is critical if the GAC control team expects to be able to control the convoys and impact the fight.
The effective dose equivalent of the reference accident via inhalation is 55mSv at a distance of 70 metres from the release point and 1 mSv at a distance of 2,250 metres.
It then adjusts the calculated pitch's parameters, such as the spatial coordinates of the release point and the spin rate, according to a scheme aimed at minimizing the difference between the plotted trajectory and that of the videotaped original.
If the release point of your magazine is not the same, you will probably have problems feeding 185 gr.
Sometime within the subsequent 6 weeks, this mouse returned to the house from the 1,000-m release point and then from 750 m and 1,200 m away on consecutive days within our 3-day trapping period.
For example, variation in the position of the release point of the ball may or may not cause corresponding biases in the umpire's decisions.
From the release point, I had no doubt that Carlo's shot will go in, said a confident Isaac of the former College of St.