AE2


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AcronymDefinition
AE2Anion Exchanger 2
AE2Aviation Electrician's Mate Second Class (Naval Rating)
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I had the other AE2 get a power cord and get the aircraft ready for rigging the wingfold actuator.
The AE2 Advantage vision engine is smaller (14.5mm x 29.1mm x 20.5mm), designed for tight integration deep inside the enclosure of OEM devices manufactured in high volumes such as medical instruments and printers.
Henry Stoker went on to become one of the greatest heroes of World War I in Australia when the AE2 created history as the first submarine to break into the Dardanelles during the 1915 Gallipoli campaign.
While the new AE2 will support traditional HFC refrigerants - R134a and R404A, it is also optimized for hydrocarbon refrigerants - R290 (propane) and R600a (isobutene).
Then on 30 April 1915 disaster; endangered by an unaccountable loss of diving trim and under gunfire from the Turkish gunboat Sultan Hissar the AE2 was scuttled, the crew of 32 being rescued by the Turks.
Over the course of three days, AE2 Michael Boothe and AE3 Michael Landers chased an erroneous engine indication malfunction on a SH-60B.
Both the AE2 and I had applied the brakes at the same time and stopped the plane.
The AE2 handed me the first aircraft battery, and the AE1 quality-assurance inspector verified the part.
By AE2 Mike Tano Petty Officer Tano works in the AE shop at HS-2.
Airplane director, AE2 Leanne McCollum of VP-47, directs AM3 Brandon Haag as they tow the P-3C Orion during a competitive exercise known as the Flight Line Rodeo.
An AE2 was assigned to the flight station to begin moving the propeller blades, and another AE2 was acting as the outside observer.