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CV-2

CV-2 may refer to: Capability Taxonomy, a type of Capability View in the Department of Defense Architecture Framework de Havilland Canada DHC-4 Caribou, a specialized cargo aircraft with short takeoff and landing STOL capability. USS Lexington CV ...

Pelton

Pelton may refer to: Places Pelton Dam Pelton Fell, County Durham, England Pelton, County Durham, England Pelton, New South Wales, Australia People Joe Pelton, an American poker player Lester Allan Pelton, inventor of the Jack J. Pelton, former C ...

Connie (disambiguation)

Connie is a given name. It may also refer to: Connie Glacier, Wyoming, United States Connie TV series, a 1985 British drama series starring Stephanie Beacham nickname of the aircraft carrier USS Constellation CV-64 nickname of the Vox Continental ...

A18

A18 or A-18 is a three-character acronym that may refer to: Arrows A18, a Formula One car Aero A.18, a Czech fighter aircraft built in the 1920s Subfamily A18, a rhodopsin-like receptors subfamily Cunninghamella A18, a fungus strain A18 road disa ...

Moreland M-1

The M-1 was the first aircraft built by Moreland aircraft, founded in 1928 and based at El Segundo, California. Led by G.E.Moreland and Orrin Moe, the design also contained Ed Heinemanns first contributions. It was a parasol wing aircraft with wi ...

McMullen Mac Airliner

The McMullen Mac Airliner was a late 1920s American light airliner powered by a Liberty L-12 V-12 engine of World War I origin. The sole prototype was destroyed in a hangar fire.

Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System

The Automatic Ground Collision Avoidance System team was awarded the 2018 Collier Trophy for the design-integration and flight testing in the F-35, marking the years greatest achievement in aeronautics. The Auto-GCAS team includes the Air Force R ...

388th

388th may refer to: 388th Fighter Squadron or 132nd Fighter Wing 132d W, United States Air Force unit assigned to the Iowa Air National Guard, located at Des Moines International Airport, Iowa 388th Electronic Combat Squadron, inactive United Sta ...

Pterodactyl (disambiguation)

Pterodactyl may refer to: A pterodactylid, a pterosaur of the family Pterodactylidae. A pterodactyloid, a pterosaur of the suborder Pterodactyloidea. Pterodactylus, the genus of the first pterosaur known to science, Pterodactylus antiquus. A pter ...

Airspeed (disambiguation)

Calibrated airspeed CAS, indicated airspeed, corrected for instrument error and position error Indicated airspeed IAS, the airspeed read directly from the airspeed indicator on an aircraft Equivalent airspeed EAS, the airspeed at sea level which ...

CPI Aerostructures

CPI Aerostructures Inc., known as CPI Aero, is a contract aircraft component manufacturer based in Edgewood, New York. CPIs primary customers are the US Department of Defense, and also operating as a subcontractor under Boeing and Northrup Grummo ...

P35

Browning Hi-Power, a pistol P-35 radar, an object detection system HMS P.35 1917, a P class sloop of the British Royal Navy Seversky P-35, the first all-metal monoplane fighter aircraft operated by the United States

C50

C50 may refer to: AMD C-50 formerly AMD Fusion C-50, an AMD Accelerated Processing Unit, Codename "Ontario" Honda Super Cub C50 motorcycle Suzuki boulevard c50, a 2005 Suzuki motorcycle JNR Class C50, a Japanese steam locomotive type Caldwell 50 ...

Enduro (disambiguation)

Enduro motorcycle, a motorcycle specially made for the Enduro sport Enduro race, a type of automobile stock car racing Motorcycle oil line up from Pertamina Enduro mountain biking, a form of mountain-bike competition Enduro rock climbing, a form ...

Decathlon (disambiguation)

The decathlon is an athletic event combining ten track and field events. Decathlon may also refer to: Decathlon horse, an American Thoroughbred racehorse Academic Decathlon, an American academic competition Decathlon retailer, a global sporting g ...

YF

YF, Y.F., or Yf can refer to: Fictional vehicles: YF-19 Alpha One Excalibur, a spacecraft in the anime series Macross YF-21 Omega One, a spacecraft in the anime series Macross Real vehicles: Northrop YF-23 YF-16, also known as General Dynamics F- ...

Monnett

Monnett may refer to: People: Monnett Bain Davis 1893–1953, American Ambassador Bob Monnett 1910–1978, professional American football player Charles Monnett, Ph.D. is an Arctic Wildlife biologist with U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regul ...

T18

Tatra T18, a Czehoslovak draisine built in 1920s Prussian T 18, the last tank locomotives developed for the Prussian state railways T18 line, a Stockholm Metro line running from Alvik to Farsta Strand Toyota T-18, a Toyota Corolla model sold in A ...

S100

S100 or S-100 may refer to: Colyaer Gannet S100, a Spanish ultralight flying boat USATC S100 Class, a 1942 steam locomotive class S-100, an International Hydrographic Organization standard Skoda 100, a 1970s car Lenovo IdeaPad S100, a netbook com ...

P38

Lockheed P-38 Lightning, a World War II–era American piston-engined fighter aircraft Mitchell Wing P-38, an American ultralight aircraft HMS P38 1941, a Royal Navy U-class submarine built by Vickers-Armstrong at Barrow-in-Furness

Panzerknacker

Panzerknacker, a German word meaning Armour Breaker, can refer to the following: The Hafthohlladung, a German anti-tank grenade used in World War II The Henschel Hs 129, a World War II ground attack aircraft fielded by the Luftwaffe Der Panzerkna ...

Power-off accuracy approach

A power-off accuracy approach is an aviation exercise used to simulate a landing with an engine failure. The purpose of this training technique is to better develop ones ability to estimate distance and glide ratios. The variation in each angle r ...

Madhavendra Banerji

Air Vice Marshal Madhavendra Banerji, MVC, VM was an ex-officer of the Indian Air Force and a recipient of Maha Vir Chakra, Indias second highest gallantry Award and the Vayu Sena Medal.

D18

D18, D.18 or D-18 may refer to: Dewoitine D.18, a French Dewoitine aircraft HMS Battler D18, a 1942 Bogue-class escort aircraft carrier that served during World War II in the British Royal Navy Jodel D18, a French ultralight aircraft Darmstadt D- ...

Reliant (disambiguation)

Reliant may refer to: Reliant, also known as Reliant Motors, a British car manufacturer Reliant Robin, a car which they produced Reliant Energy, an energy corporation from Houston, Texas, United States USS Reliant YT-803, a US Navy Valiant -class ...

Brochet MB.60

The MB.60 was a high-wing monoplane with a closed cabin. Although a two seater like the Brochet MB.50, it was distinguished by an airfoil without sweep-back, a raised upper deck of the rear fuselage and a fixed landing gear with split axle. Power ...

HMS Redgauntlet (1916)

HMS Redgauntlet was an R-class destroyer which served with the Royal Navy. Launched on 2 July 1916, the ship operated as part of the Harwich Force during World War I and then, after the War, with the Home Fleet. While taking part in an anti-subma ...

Burnelli UB-20

The UB-20 was ahigh-wing monoplane with a fixed tail wheel landing gear. It is considered the first American construction to have a load-bearing fuselage skin covered with smooth sheet metal. The fuselage structure consisted of seven transverse f ...

Unryū

Unryū may refer to: Japanese submarine Unryū SS-502, Japanese Sōryū -class submarine launched in 2008 Japanese aircraft carrier Unryū, the lead ship of her class of fleet aircraft carriers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy IJN during World War ...

Type 97

Type 97 may refer: Japanese vehicles Type 97 motorcycle Japanese weapons Type 97 ShinHoTo Chi-Ha, a medium tank Type 97 Te-Ke, a light tank Type 97 90mm Infantry Mortar Type 97 torpedo IJN Type 97 grenade Type 97 ASW torpedo JMSDF Type 97 Large F ...

Type 4

Type 4 15 cm howitzer, a Japanese howitzer Type 4 Chi-To, a Japanese tank Type 4 75 mm AA gun, a Japanese anti-aircraft gun Type 4 Ke-Nu, a Japanese tank Type 4 Ha-To, a Japanese self-propelled gun Type 4 rifle, a Japanese experimental rifle Type ...

T53

T53, T.53, T 53 or T-53 may refer to: Type 53, a Chinese copy of the Soviet Mosin-Nagant M44 carbine Hunter T 53, an export version of the Hunter T.7 trainer for Denmark, two built T 53 class destroyer, a post World War 2 French Navy destroyers c ...

CA-12

The alphanumeric designation CA-12, CA 12 or CA12 may refer to: USS North Carolina ACR-12, an early 20th-century U.S. Navy armoured cruiser, later renamed USS Charlotte CA-12 Comp Air 12, a civil utility aircraft manufactured by Comp Air Inc. in ...

603 (disambiguation)

603 may refer to: 603 number, the natural number following 602 and preceding 604 The Bristol 603 automobile Minor planet 603, named Timandra The IBM 603 Electronic Multiplier The socket 603 motherboard socket for the Intel Xeon microprocessor The ...

600 series

Keikyu 600 series, a train operated by Keikyu from 1956, which later became the Keikyu 700 series 1956 Keikyu 600 series, a train operated by Keikyu since 1994 E1 Series Shinkansen, originally scheduled to be classified "600 series"

390th

390th may refer to: 390th Electronic Combat Squadron 390 ECS, part of the 366th Fighter Wing at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho 390th Bombardment Squadron or 90th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, provisional United States Air Force unit ...

Grosvenor House (disambiguation)

Grosvenor House may refer to: Grosvenor House Hotel, a hotel in Mayfair, London, UK Grosvenor House, a former building in Park Lane, London, UK E.O. Grosvenor House, a house museum in Jonesville, Michigan, USA Grosvenor House, a de Havilland DH.8 ...

Dornier Do 20

The Dornier Do 20 was a proposed commercial flying boat designed in the mid-1930s. It was envisaged as an improved and enlarged version of the Dornier Do X Flugschiff that first flew in 1929. The Do X was not entirely successful, being under-powe ...

M28

M28, M-28, or M/28 may refer to: Messier 28, a globular cluster in the constellation Sagittarius A line of 28-volt power tools manufactured by Milwaukee Electric Tool Corporation M28 Mosin–Nagant, a Finnish rifle Miles M.28 Mercury, a 1941 Britis ...

VP1

VP1 or VP-1 may refer to: VP1: Major capsid protein VP1, a main component of the polyomavirus capsid Viral Protein 1, a name used for the largest, most abundant, or first discovered protein component of the capsids of several virus families VP1, ...

Felixstowe (disambiguation)

Felixstowe, a seaside town on the North Sea coast of Suffolk, England Felixstowe Ferry, a hamlet in Suffolk, England Port of Felixstowe, a very large container port in Suffolk, England

Skew

Skew field or division ring Skew lattice Skew lines, neither parallel nor intersecting. Skew polygon, whose vertices do not lie on a plane Skewness, a measure of the asymmetry of a probability distribution Skew-Hermitian matrix Skew normal distri ...

Flycatcher

Flycatchers or flyrobins, in the Australasian robin family Petroicidae Flycatcher thrushes or Rufous thrushes, in the thrush family Turdidae Dohrns flycatcher or Dohrns thrush-babbler, in the warbler genus Sylvia Bearded flycatchers or Myiobius, ...

Beech (disambiguation)

Gmelina, the genus of Australian and tropical beech and beechwoods Nothofagus, the genus of southern beeches Fagus sylvatica, the European or common beech

Change of gauge (disambiguation)

Change of gauge is the process of converting a railway from one rail gauge to another. Change of gauge or gauge change may also refer to: Bogie exchange, a system for operating railway wagons on two or more gauges by switching bogies Dual gauge, ...

Hydroplane

Hydroplaning and hydroplane may refer to: Hydroplane boat, a fast motor boat used in racing Aquaplaning or hydroplaning, a loss of steering or braking due to water on the road Hydroplane racing, a sport involving racing hydroplanes on lakes and r ...

M65

Soltam M-65, an Israeli mortar M65 atomic cannon, a towed artillery piece M65 recoilless nuclear rifle, a nuclear warhead for recoilless rifles Iveco LMV, an Italian-designed four-wheel drive tactical vehicle in service with several countries M65 ...

Gradient (disambiguation)

Gradient in vector calculus is a vector field representing the maximum rate of increase of a scalar field or a multivariate function and the direction of this maximal rate. Gradient may also refer to: Image gradient, a gradual change or blending ...

Donald Hall (disambiguation)

Donald Hall was an American poet, writer, editor, and literary critic Donald Hall may also refer to: Donald A. Hall died 1968, aeronautical engineer and aircraft designer Donald J. Hall, Sr. born 1929, chairman and majority shareholder of the Ame ...

Frank A. Van Dersarl

Frank August Van Dersarl was a self-taught pilot and aircraft builder of early aviation the Colorado. Van Dersarl owned an aviation company, and taught flying; also owned the Denver Union Airport.