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Accessory (aircraft) refers to a mechanism or device employed in conjunction with a major item of equipment or installed as part of a system.
Unmanned aircraft system
Unmanned aircraft system is that system whose components include the necessary equipment, network, and personnel to control an unmanned aircraft.
Unmanned aircraft is an aircraft that does not carry a human operator and is capable of flight with or without human remote control. Also called UA.
Unit aircraft— Those aircraft provided an aircraft unit for the performance of a flying mission.
Tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel
Tactical recovery of aircraft and personnel— A Marine Corps mission performed by an assigned and briefed aircrew for the specific purpose of the ...
Standard use Army aircraft flight route
Standard use Army aircraft flight route refers to the route, established below the coordination level to facilitate the movement of Army aviation assets; it ...
Navy-unique fleet essential aircraft
Navy-unique fleet essential aircraft— combatant commander-controlled airlift assets deemed essential for providing air transportation in support of naval ...
Lead aircraft refers to 1. The airborne aircraft designated to exercise command of other aircraft within the flight. 2. An aircraft in the van of two or more aircraft.
Dual-capable aircraft refers to allied and US fighter aircraft that are tasked and configured to perform either conventional or theater nuclear missions. Also called DCA.
Aircraft carrier refers to a warship which is designed to support and operate aircraft, engage in attacks on targets afloat or ashore, and engage in sustained operations...
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