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Aero Vodochody is an aircraft manufacturer based in the Czech Republic.
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The PABT (Pilot Aptitude Battery Test) is conducted by the Air Force to choose candidates who want to join as pilot (Air Warrior) in Air Force Flying Branch.
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A Fenestron (or fantail, sometimes called "fan-in-fin") is a protected tail rotor of a helicopter operating like a ducted fan. Placing the fan within a duct reduces tip vortex losses, shields the tail…
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For questions about the Sukhoi Su-17 and its variants (e.g. Su-20 and Su-22).
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The layer of the atmosphere in which temperature is rising with altitude, from about 10 mi (16 km) to 35 mi (56 km) above sea level.
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Use for the experimental compound helicopter
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A six-engined Boeing jet bomber that served as the backbone of the U.S. bomber force in the late 1950s and early 1960s; 2,032 were built form 1947 through 1956.
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A highly-successful high-performance twin-turboprop light transport airplane produced by Mitsubishi from 1963 through 1986.
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A popular 6-to-7-seat single-engine propeller plane, built by Piper between 1965 and 2007.
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A pioneering attack helicopter developed by Bell during the Vietnam War as a derivative of the UH-1.
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Questions about the inspections required every year in order to (hopefully) make sure that your aircraft won't fall apart while you're trying to use it.
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The MiG-35 is a Russian 4+ generation multirole fighter developed from the MiG-29, with improved avionics and weapon systems. It first flew in 2007.
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An experimental very-long-range flying-wing strategic bomber developed during and after World War II (a derivative of the piston-engined XB-35); it first flew in late 1947, but fell victim to extreme …
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Questions regarding aviation in Namibia, a country in southwestern Africa.
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Land And Hold Short Operations
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A medium-range twin-engine regional jet built by Fokker from 1992 until 1997. It is a smaller variant of the Fokker 100.
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A four-engine propliner produced by Boeing, and the first pressurized airliner to enter service; ten were built.
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A single-engine jet trainer and light attack aircraft, produced by BAC from 1967 through 1984.
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Use for the Grob G 115 (Tutor) light airplane.
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is for the kit aircraft made by Zenith Aircraft Company
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Question about the jet fighter Dassault-Breguet Super Étendard.
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Use for the Lockheed C-141 Starlifter.
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Questions pertaining to aircraft which get their lift from the shape of the fuselage rather than wings.
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A stretch of pavement past the end of a runway which serves to absorb jet blast that could otherwise cause ground erosion.
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Use for the Piper PA-24 Comanche
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For questions about the Pilatus PC-12, a single engine turboprop aircraft.
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for questions specifically relating to aviation in the Morocco.
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A German rocket-powered interceptor developed and pressed into service late in World War II; one of only two rocket-powered aircraft ever to see mass-production.
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The Rutan Model 61 Long-EZ is a tandem 2-seater homebuilt aircraft designed by Burt Rutan's Rutan Aircraft Factory. The Long-EZ has a canard layout, with a swept wing with root leading edge strakes an…
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