AJT

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AcronymDefinition
AJTAdvanced Jet Trainer
AJTAmerican Journal of Transplantation
AJTAmerican Journal of Theology
AJTAssociation des Journalistes de Tourisme (French: Association of Tourism Journalists)
AJTArtistes Jeunes Talents (French art gallery)
AJTTunisian Association of Journalists
AJTAssociation des Jeux Touristiques (French tourism association)
AJTAssociation des Jeunes Turcs (French: Association of Young Turks)
AJTAustralian Jewish Times (est. 1895)
AJTAvocats des Jeunes à Toulouse (French: Young Lawyers in Toulouse; Toulouse, France)
AJTAnkle Jerk Time (reflex)
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In return for Israeli procurement of Aermacchi's M-346 advanced jet trainer, Italy committed to buy two Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)/Gulfstream G550 Special Electronic Missions Aircraft (SEMA), as well as IAI's optical reconnaissance satellite.
The plane that crashed was an HA-200 Saeta, which was built in the 1950s as an advanced jet trainer by Hispano Aviacion.
"Through the Hawk advanced jet trainer, the trainee fast jet pilots will have access to the very latest in advanced simulation for radar, weapons and defensive aids training to enable a smooth transition to frontline aircraft, including Typhoon."
training bases last year as part of a BAE Systems effort to promote a proposed Hawk AJT (Advanced Jet Trainer) variant as a replacement for the T-38C Talon in the U.S.
In that month, Jakarta named KAI as the preferred bidder for its advanced jet trainer competition.
The factory had gathered experience of manufacturing over 300 Mushshak / Super Mushshak primary flight trainer aircraft and of producing structural assemblies of K-8 Advanced Jet Trainer.
A spokesman for Babcock said: "2009 saw the introduction of the AJT (Advanced Jet Trainer), Hawk T2, to RAF Valley.
A highlight of the show's new blood was the L-15 Falcon advanced jet trainer from China's AVIC which was making its international aerospace exhibition debut.
The Republic of Korea's introduction of the T-50 Golden Eagle supersonic advanced jet trainer has raised the ante in the international military aviation market.
Up until 2000, the Canadian air force maintained a large fleet of Tutors as their advanced jet trainer at CFB Moose Jaw.
Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 under the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division at NAS Patuxent River, Md., has finalized flight testing on the Stability Augmented Steering System (SASS) developed for the T-45 Goshawk advanced jet trainer. This modification improves the ground handling of the T-45 during takeoffs and landings under crosswind conditions.
The Indian Advanced Jet Trainer requirement is one of the defence industry's longest-running sagas, with interest from the potential buyer waxing and waning over the past decade.
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