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mission-capable

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  • The actual mission-capable rate during OPEVAL was 57 percent.

    The Dream Machine

  • The actual mission-capable rate during OPEVAL was 57 percent.

    The Dream Machine

  • The actual mission-capable rate during OPEVAL was 57 percent.

    The Dream Machine

  • Apaches in country manage an 83% and Chinooks an 82% mission-capable rate.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Apaches in country manage an 83% and Chinooks an 82% mission-capable rate.

    NATO's need for helicopters in Afstan

  • We will run out of mission-capable airlift, sealift and most urgently invaluable human capital before replacements are fully procured and operational.

    Archive 2006-02-01

  • It will be at least a year before she gets underway as fully mission-capable, maybe longer.

    Nuke Zone

  • Less mission-capable jets and fewer on-time home station departures point to the decreasing readiness of C-5 operations.

    Testimony To the US House National Security Committee

  • Although its primary mission is aerial surveys, the aircraft is fully mission-capable and will be available for search and rescue or other force-protection missions, if required.

    Letter On Use Of Military For Rwanda Zaire Effort

  • The company is dedicated to providing long-endurance, mission-capable aircraft with the integrated sensor and data link systems required to deliver persistent, wide area situational awareness and rapid strike capabilities.

    CFO.com: Today in Finance

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