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Fod

An obsolete Danish unit of length approximately equivalent to 313.85 millimeters.
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The quarterly council initially summarized and revealed photos of the type of FOD discovered during the previous three months.
The Port has selected the FODetect system to meet expanding operational demands for continuous monitoring for FOD at Seattle-Tacoma airport.
DA PAM 385-10, ARMY SAFETY PROGRAM, DEFINES FOD AS.
Top representatives from both government and industry will address keynote topics related to innovative programs and processes currently being used by the industry to prevent FOD.
This type of internet communication can extend the network and resources of a local FOD programme manager significantly, said FOD Control.
By the midpoint of cruise, we'd have had 10 instances of aircraft down for reported or suspected FOD, most of which were aircrew-related.
This is a third alternative for originating a document request: where FOD requests originate with the caller and new FOC requests originate within an operation, remote field sales force requests originate from other offices.
With all that jostling, my keys could have fallen out of my FOD pouch.
Boeing is sponsoring this year's conference as part of its continuing effort to provide its customers with FOD-free products and reduce costs attributed to FOD.
Incredibly, the Navy and Marine Corps spends about $90 million dollars on FOD-related damage every year, tens of thousands of hours fighting FOD or repairing its damage, and countless time worrying about this problem.
Those of us who work on or near the flightline are thoroughly aware of FOD and its associated hazards, but a reminder every now and then never hurts.