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The barriers, according to an FAA press release about the mandate, are intended to shelter the flight deck “from intrusion and small arms fire or fragmentation devices, such as grenades.”

The authors note, for example, the machine should in theory be able to accurately simulate the air flow around a helicopter trying to land on a flight deck and semi-automate the process—something not possible with traditional chips.

This made AIMS the gateway for all communications to and from the flight deck.

It was not a surveillance device that could betray intrusion or malpractice on the flight deck.

The AIMS units are the gateway for all communications to and from the flight deck.

Flight deck displays look like the TV department of an electronics store.

There had been 32 previous cases of flight deck emergencies caused by false speed readings.

The two youths took their leave of the force commander and returned thoughtfully to the Trenton's flight deck.

He stopped because he caught sight of the vice-admiral's aide hurrying toward them across the flight deck.

At any rate, it's much better than standing here on this blasted flight deck eating our hearts out.

He reached it and probably set a new ship's record for reaching the flight deck in jig time.

There were no jets warming up on the flight deck, there were no sounds of chipping hammers.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flight deck, such as: air base, airfield, air harbor, airstrip, aviation field, and field.

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