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expiratory reserve volume

[ek′spī·rə‚tȯr·ē ri¦zərv ‚väl·yəm]
(physiology)
At the end of a normal expiration, the quantity of air that can be expelled by forcible expiration.
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20) Michael Lowder to Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) Program Participants, memorandum, "Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) Allocation Changes--2016," January 20, 2016, US Department of Transportation, Washington, DC, 1 and enclosure 1.
As part of the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF), the primary US carriers have pledged aircraft to the Air Force for use when necessary.
1,1943, Naval Reserve Air Bases (NRAB) hosting primary flight training were redesignated Naval Air Stations (NAS).
Chenoweth, The Civil Reserve Air Fleet: An Example of the Use of Commercial Assets to Expand Military Capabilities During Contingencies, RAND Report N-2838-AF (Washington, DC: The RAND Corporation, June 1990), 1-2.
For example, when an earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, Navy Reserve air crews and fleet logistics aircraft delivered urgently needed food, medical supplies and water.
But the White campaign attributed that stark difference to the $4 million White has already plunked down to reserve air time for future TV ads.
To move passengers and cargo, the Department of Defense (DOD) must supplement its military aircraft with cargo and passenger aircraft from commercial carriers participating in the Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) program.
The Civil Reserve Air Fleet (CRAF) provides a crucial supplement to the military's mobility resources in time of war or national emergency.
A reserve Air Force officer, Howard served with distinction in Bosnia and was called up again to handle a job in military intelligence hunting terrorist Osama bin Laden and his confederates in Afghanistan from 2003 to 2004.
These include leasing additional Civil Reserve Air Fleet capacity, as well as re-engining all 111 C-5s.
I believe it is already time to reserve air travel for infrequent family trips and major necessities.
HMCS York's VC 20 squadron, with their fleet of Avengers, had the distinction of being the only naval reserve air squadron to achieve carrier qualification.