ACMS

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AcronymDefinition
ACMSAcademic Catalog Management System (Digital Architecture, Inc)
ACMSAcquisition and Contract Management System
ACMSApplication Control and Management System
ACMSAgency Client Management System
ACMSAircraft Condition(ing) Monitoring System
ACMSAllegheny County Medical Society (Pittsburgh, PA)
ACMSAmerican College of Mohs Surgery (Milwaukee, WI)
ACMSAged Care Management Services (Australia)
ACMSApplication Control Management System
ACMSAmerican Center for Mongolian Studies (American Overseas Research Center)
ACMSAllianze College of Medical Sciences (Malaysia)
ACMSAutomated Configuration Management System
ACMSAdvanced Cost Management Systems
ACMSAthey Creek Middle School (West Linn, Oregon)
ACMSAcadémie Canadienne de Médecine du Sport (French: Canadian Academy of Sports Medicine)
ACMSAutomated Communications Management System
ACMSAlain Curchod Management Services (Montreux, Switzerland)
ACMSAccessible Content Management System
ACMSAfrican Centre for Monetary Studies (Senegal)
ACMSAir Combat Maneuvering System
ACMSAviation Computerized Maintenance System
ACMSAircraft Computerized Maintenance System
ACMSAcquisition Career Management System
ACMSApplied Computational Mathematical Sciences
ACMSAutomated Career Management System
ACMSAdvanced Configuration Management System
ACMSArmy Command Management System
ACMSAutomated Contract Management System
ACMSAdvanced Consequence Management System
ACMSAir Combat Maneuver Simulator
ACMSAegis Comment Management System
ACMSAutomated Computer Management System
ACMSAntrepriza Constructii Montaj Special (Romanian: Construction Enterprises Special Assembly)
ACMSAutomated Code Management System
ACMSAdams Central Middle School (Monroe, Indiana)
ACMSAdvanced Computer Management System
ACMSAmerican Consulting Marketing and Sales (Philadelphia, PA)
ACMSAdvanced Colour Measurement System (trademark of IPAC Improve Process Analytics and Control GmbH; Austria)
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FRCSE will be conducting aircraft condition inspections (ACIs) on the aircraft, during which engineers and artisans will determine what needs to be fixed on the aircraft and then carry out the necessary repairs.
After waiting at the Clark International Airport for 5 hours due to 'aircraft condition,' we finally took off for Batanes, only to return later to the airport due to 'weather condition' in Batanes.
These shared sources include: operational interruption history; parts replacements; post-flight reports; pilot reports; aircraft condition monitoring reports; complete on-board aircraft data; technical documentation; technical requests; and service bulletins (SBs).
Better yet, you have a document that will help ensure you'll stick to your own policies on flight planning, aircraft condition, weather, and SRM.
He argued that aircraft crash landing was an accident whereas the aircraft condition was also not satisfactory and it was not worthy of flying.
Further, it can be used in aircraft condition based maintenance (CBM) [1].
This model consists of three branches and exploits the possibility of applying new methods of technical diagnostics in order of monitoring aircraft condition and prolong the life cycle of aircraft.
As aircraft condition becomes more certain and the experience gained in accomplishing targeted inspections for each HVM segment grows, requirements for backshop related repairs will be identified well ahead of the necessary lead time.
Technology will perform flight data acquisition, aircraft condition monitoring and data recording.
Teledyne Controls announced that Jade Cargo International, a joint venture among Shenzhen Airlines, Lufthansa Cargo and DEG, ordered its integrated Data Management Unit for aircraft condition monitoring and data recording on its new 747-400ERF fleet.
He contended that the aircraft condition was not satisfactory and it was not flight worthy.
You're running through aircraft condition checks without neglecting any component, and you're prepared for the unexpected.
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