sector search

sector search

[′sek·tər ‚sərch]
(navigation)
A flight or sailing plan of three legs, the turning points being at equal distances along radial lines from a fixed or moving point.
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Fellow pilots believed that their recommended (but more costly) sector search could have found the Bellanca and rescued Johnny before he ran out of food.
Previously known as EQ-36, AN/TPQ-53 is a quick reaction capability (QRC) mobile radar system designed to detect, classify and track in-flight projectiles fired from mortar, artillery and rocket systems using a 90A or continuous 360A sector search.
The avatars are assigned tasks such as moving to reference points for navigation, following user-specified routes and sector search and rescue, he said.
Welbeck Group joins SiteVisibility's portfolio of finance sector search clients which include The Share Centre, Family Investments and Alternative Route Finance.
Veredus has five offices across the UK, including Cardiff from where its private sector search operation is run headed by business director Gareth Davies.
We made a sector search of the immediate area, but alter 30 minutes, we hit bingo fuel and both aircraft returned to the carrier to refuel and drop off the survivors.
A moving target indicator meets wide-area surveillance and sector search requirements, while synthetic aperture radar (SAR) can provide a "snapshot" of a particular area of interest.
a business sector search firm based in Birchrunville, Pennsylvania; Edward Melia, vice-president in charge of Internet recruitment, training, and strategies at Monster.