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ground-controlled

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  • When we came in and set up the task force, I would have sworn, for instance, that you could not make ground-controlled landings at intervals better than twenty minutes apart.

    Daring Young Men

  • Designed by AeroVironment, creators of the human-powered Gossamer Albatross and General Motors 'electric Impact, the ground-controlled Pathfinder is showcasing its abilities for the Environmental Research Aircraft and Sensor Technology program.

    High On The Sun

  • Following Soviet air-defense doctrine, the NVAF established a tightly controlled fighter force almost totally reliant upon directions from ground-controlled intercept (GCI) stations.

    On Yankee Station

  • Communist air doctrine called for ground-controlled intercepts, and if the controller was unable to talk to his pilots, the system broke down.

    On Yankee Station

  • A carrier-controlled approach (CCA) is almost identical to a ground-controlled approach (GCA), with the difference that the runway is moving at twenty knots or more, probably pitching, rolling, and/or yawing.

    On Yankee Station

  • That probably means that they're set up for ground-controlled intercepts.

    Red Storm Rising

  • I agree that the mystery object is a radar, but judging by the high-visibility markings it is most likely a mobile ground-controlled approach radar station for airports or military airfields.

    Dark Roasted Blend

  • I agree that the mystery object is a radar, but judging by the high-visibility markings it is most likely a mobile ground-controlled approach radar station for airports or military airfields.

    Dark Roasted Blend

  • But that’s hardly the same as a full-blown test of sun-powered, ground-controlled flight in an orbit 500 miles above the Earth.

    Across the Universe

  • But that’s hardly the same as a full-blown test of sun-powered, ground-controlled flight in an orbit 500 miles above the Earth.

    Across the Universe

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