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Fod

An obsolete Danish unit of length approximately equivalent to 313.85 millimeters.
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Underway just 12 hours after cycling through aircraft and aircrew, "it" happened: We experienced our first engine FOD.
O edrych ar y dirwedd mae'r gaer yn weledol amlwg, yn eistedd ar waddod rhewlifol a thybiaf fod adeiladwyr y gaer wedi bod ddigon craff i ddefnyddio ac addasu beth oedd natur wedi ei baratoi eu cyfer.
The first-of-a-kind research contract, awarded by the United States Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) and funded by the US Marine Corps, will help to avoid future FOD costs - potentially amounting to billions of dollars - and secures Rolls-Royce's position as an essential provider of pioneering technology.
Ofnir fod yna gynnydd wedi bod mewn gwastraff bwyd yn sgil prynu ar-lein neu yn yr archfarchnadoedd gyda cherdyn banc.
The FOD Detection system will help improve runway safety and capacity by continuously monitoring and detecting any forms of debris or hazards that could interfere with runway operations.
The workshop participants were enlightened about Tarsier, an automatic FOD detection system, before its implementation at major Saudi airports, Albassam said.
IAF officials believe that the cost-effective barrier will be a game changer in fighting FOD. Airvrix is currently widening its activity to serve new customers around the globe.
In business the only way to eliminate the terrible nemesis of FOD is to invest in an anti-FOD ultra-clean work environment plan.
FOD ranges from micro-level contaminants such as excess lint to objects inadvertently left behind after maintenance or manufacturing tasks, including consumables, clothes, rags, gloves and tools.
YR hyn sydd fwyaf od efallai am Hen Caerwys yw fod pentref cyfagos Caerwys yn debygol o fod yn hynach ac mai rhyw fath o gamgymeriad anfwriadol gan yr archaeolegydd W J Hemp yn ystod y 60au oedd rhoi yr enw "Hen" i'r safle hynod Canol Oesol yma rhyw filltir neu ddwy i'r gogledd o'r pentref presennol.
Flight-deck crews have been seriously injured by FOD that has been blown by jet blast.
FOD ALSO MEANS THOSE FOREIGN OBJECTS--OR DEBRIS--THAT CAUSE DAMAGE.