ATKS

AcronymDefinition
ATKSAttack Squadron (US Air Force)
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Built by orbital ATK Using its new GEOStar-3 hybrid platform, the Al Yah 3 satellite is operated by Yahsat.
At an Alliant Techsystems (ATK) facility in Clearfield, computer-driven robotic machines weave composite fibers into wing skins and other critical parts for military aircraft.
Other MQ-9s are based at Holloman AFB, New Mexico, where the 49th Wing includes the MQ-1s of the 6th RS and MQ-9s of the 29th ATKS and the 16th TRS training squadron.
A premier aerospace and defense company, ATK's office will be in The PARC's PARCs first 27,500 s/f, single story, flex building, which is part of The PARC's initial development phase that will feature approximately 100,000 s/f of office/lab space within Picatinny's "downtown" area.
The global trade body of airlines noted productivity is likely to slow a little, with the average employee generating just over 530,000 ATKs (available tonne kilometres) a year, which is a 2.9% improvement over this year.
Semanko--9 ATKS, 49 WG, Holloman AFB NM (March 2017)
CA said the 20 aircraft would lift its annual capacity by 3.41 billion ATKs, or 18.6% above its 2009 capacity.
Cargo jumped 6.2% to 4.89 billion FTKs, capacity grew 5.7% to 7.1 billion ATKs and load factor was up 0.4% to 68.9%.
Productivity is expected to be strong, as capacity accelerates in 2016, with the average employee generating almost 500,000 available tonne kilometres (ATKs) a year, which is a 3.4% improvement over last year.
Capt Sacks demonstrated unparalleled skill and safety awareness while piloting an MQ-9 Reaper assigned to 432 OG/Det 1 (29 ATKS), Creech AFB, during a combat mission.