Overview - Russian Defense Industry Design organizations in the military also tended to Over 450 enterprises, mainly researchinstitutes and design Of these, 45 were in the aviation industry, 60 http://www.fas.org/nuke/guide/russia/industry/overview.htm
Extractions: The Soviet scientific and technological establishment consisted of a variety of organizations engaged in the research, development, and production of new products or processes. In general, each organization specialized in one phase of the process and in one sector of industry. Many types of organizations were involved. Western specialists placed them in three broad categories: research institutions, design organizations, and production facilities. In the first category, the most numerous organizations were the scientific research institutes ( nauchno-issledovatel'skie instituty NIIs), which focused on scientific research, both basic and applied. Each NII was headed by an appointed director, who oversaw a staff of researchers and technical personnel. Another type of research institution, the research laboratory ( laboratoriia ), operated independently or as a component of a larger NII or a production plant. The second category, design organizations, included design bureaus ( konstruktorskie biuro KBs) and technological institutes ( tekhnologicheskie instituty ). Each of these encompassed a range of facilities with such titles as special design bureau (
Founder John C. Flanagan plan since his days in the aviation Psychology Program. was one of the largest organizationsdevoted solely consisted of nine major research institutes at four http://www.air.org/overview/flanagan.htm
Extractions: John Flanagan is renowned for three key activities: directing the Army Air Corps' Aviation Psychology Program during World War II; founding the American Institutes for Research (AIR) and developing it into a major contributor to the behavioral sciences; and making many significant contributions to applied psychology After more than four decades of serving as either President or Chair of the Board of AIR, he retired as Chair in June 1988. John obtained a master's degree in education from the University of Washington , then taught high school in Seattle. During that time, he attended a summer seminar at Yale where several outstanding educators gave presentations, including Truman L. Kelley of Harvard, Edward L. Thorndike of Columbia Teacher's College, and Boyd H. Bode of Ohio State. Shortly thereafter, he received Truman Kelley's invitation to accept a fellowship and join him at
Main Page GE Tbilisi Razdels List Administration services Agricultural complex aviation Banks Business offices Production Public organizationsPublishing houses Schools Scien. Res.institutes Services Shops http://index.rin.ru/content/yp_eng/GE/39_GE.html
FAA News and international aviationoriented organizations, and government scientist - AmericanInstitutes for Research executive director aviation Risk Management http://www.mmac.jccbi.gov/mmac/News_Releases/amc99080003.htm
Extractions: INCO Terms Country Codes Home International Organizations Abbreviation Re-Sort by: Full Name AACC Airport Associations Coordinating Council , Geneva AACO Arab Air Carriers Organization,Beirut ACAC Arab Civil Avitation Council,Rabat ACAMAR Asociacion Centroamericana de Armadores Central American Shipowner's Association ACP Group African , Caribben and pacific Group of States AEA Association of European Airlines, Brussels AFCAC African Civil Aviation Commission , Dakar AFFRA African Airlines Association,Nairobi AFOS Arab Federation of Shipping AFRASEC Afro - Asian Orgaization for Economic Co-operation, Cairo AICMR International Association of Manufacturers of Rolling Stock, Balse AIEP International Association of Users of private Railway Sidings,Essen AIO African Insurance Organization AISAM International Association of Mutual Insurance Companies AOCI Airport Operators Council International, Washington ASEAN Association of South - East Asian Nations,Jakarta BENELUX Union Formed by Belgium,the Netherlands and Luxemburg BIC International Container Bureau ( ICB ) , paris
Extractions: This page provides access to the WWW and gopher resources made available by International Intergovernmental Organizations (IGO's). All links are to the official sites unless otherwise noted. No attempt has been made to make this a comprehensive list; rather, the organizations included have been selected on the basis of their relevance to the teaching and research interests of Michigan State University faculty and students. United Nations UN home page includes the Publications catalog , links to the resolutions and decisions housed on the UN gopher, and an assortment of basic information on the UN and the UN system, some of which has been extracted from
FACSNET Top Issues -- Airline Safety States? aviation glossary A glossary of aviation acronyms. Resources. airplane.Other sections cover flight training, weather and aviation terms. http://www.facsnet.org/issues/specials/terrorism/air.php3
FACSNET | Glossary Of Aviation Terms: H-N Glossary of aviation Terms HN. O. OAT Outside Air Temperature. OEMOriginal Equipment Manufacturer. OM Outer Marker (glideslope). http://www.facsnet.org/issues/specials/terrorism/airglossary4.php3
Extractions: Search FACSNET April 3, 2003 OAT: Outside Air Temperature OEM: Original Equipment Manufacturer OM: Outer Marker (glideslope). An aural alert broadcast to pilots making them aware that they are at the farthest point of the approach to a runway. OMS: On-Board Maintenance System ORT: Owner Requirements Table PFD: Primary Flight Display If a pilot encounters a significant weather condition, i.e., turbulence, icing or rain, he or she will broadcast that back to ATC in the form of a PIREP. PMAT: Portable Maintenance Access Terminal The computer system which controls, among other things, the Autothrottle system PRF: Pulse Repetition Frequency. Pertaining to radar. PROM: Programmable Read-Only Memory Ps: Pressure, static. Air data measurement psi: Pounds per square inch Air data measurement PWB: Printed wire board QFE: Field elevation pressure; a term used in the United Kingdom by ATC and pilots.
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BASA Hiller Aviation Museum Hiller aviation Museum. Teachers need not be aviation experts to make the classvisit to the Museum an outstanding learning experience for their students. http://www.basa.info/pub/basa_org/102
Extractions: The exhibits at the Hiller Aviation Museum highlight the many historic advancements native to Northern California, and show how technologies here today will shape the future of air transportation. Field trips to the Museum provide an exciting way to teach students about the history, science and technology of the world of flight.
Research And Development Development organizations Links to many Research and Development organizationslocated in the ScienceAviation and AeronauticsInstitutes Aerospace and http://www.dtic.mil/aerospace/research_development.html
Extractions: up Aerospace Medical Association The Aerospace Medical Association (AsMA) is the largest representative professional organisation in the fields of aviation, space, and environmental medicine. Established in 1929, AsMA currently has 3,500 members from 76 countries and aims to "apply and advance scientific knowledge to promote and enhance the health, safety and performance of those involved in aerospace and related activities." Information is provided on AsMA scientific meetings, publications and membership. Tables of contents and abstracts are available for the peer-reviewed monthly journal, "Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine." Aerospace Medicine Societies, Medical Academies and Institutes Aviation Health Institute The Aviation Health Institute (AHI) is a UK based registered charity that promotes health and well being of airline passengers worldwide. The AHI aims to "to investigate the effects of flying on the health of passengers and on the course of common diseases; to promote awareness and prevention of such conditions, so as to increase the productivity of frequent flyers." The site provides details of AHI research interests (which include venous thrombosis, effects of radiation, transmission of airborne viruses in flight, and cardiovascular and pulmonary disease), fact sheets providing health advice for airline passengers, and a DVT fact file. Aerospace Medicine Charities Great Britain Organizations, Nonprofit
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