In the early years of aviation (1909 to 1945), flight line
maintainers were embedded in flying squadrons.
Known elevations along a flight line
were used to calculate the landscape surface elevation.
While we were standing on the flight line
, frantically talking to our military escorts about driving to town.
The company will challenge this filing because we strongly believe that the IAM's attempt to isolate our flight line
teammates is unreasonable and is prohibited by federal law."
"There's very close alignment with respect to prioritizing readiness for the fleet today and the work you're doing to return aircraft to the flight line
," Richardson said.
rolled around on the clock, King joined Culinary Specialist Seamen Erick Tapia, Sherrode McCain and Culinary Specialist Recruit Joel Urban on the food truck during their lunch hour run to see the flight line
layout and meet customers.
Conventional heat guns also require a 110 volt AC power source, which can be a challenge on the flight deck or flight line
. The ability to complete a splice repair on the flight deck or flight line
without the additional logistical footprint and authorization required for heat-applied splices will be a benefit to workplace safety.
The news will be broken officially on Wednesday, while the new flight line
will be launched at the end of March 2011.
Steven Chapman, 315th Airlift Wing commander, on the flight line
. The new addition brings to 190 the number of C-17s in the Air Force, with 58 being located at Charleston.
With regards to the fight alignment for flight line
maintenance, the design principles for Sierra Bravo focused on the following key principles:
Serik Ahmadov also said that restart of Tehran-Almaty direct flight line
, expansion of transition routes between the two countries and holding economic summit of the Caspian Sea littoral states are among the other plans of Kazakhstan.
The officer-in-charge of the squadron's flight line