AOB

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AOBAll on Board
AOBAnnals of Botany
AOBAlgemene Onderwijsbond
AOBAny Other Business
AOBAs on Board (shipping)
AOBAmerican Oriental Bioengineering (pharmaceuticals)
AOBAudio Object
AOBAudio Output Board
AOBAll on a Bitch (business motto)
AOBAce of Base (band)
AOBArchdiocese of Baltimore (Catholic Church)
AOBAssociation of Brewers
AOBAmmonia Oxidizing Bacteria
AOBAccessory Olfactory Bulb
AOBAt or Below (aviation)
AOBAdvanced Operations Base (US DoD)
AOBAssignment of Benefits
AOBAustrian Ombudsman Board (est. 1977)
AOBAlcohol On Breath
AOBAviation Operations Branch (US DoD)
AOBAir Order of Battle
AOBAngle Of Bank
AOBAnnual Operating Budget
AOBAstronomical Observatory, Belgrade
AOBAssociation Ornithologique de Belgique (French: Ornithological Association of Belgium)
AOBAnterior Open Bite (dentistry)
AOBArts Off Broadway (San Diego, CA)
AOBAdjusted Occupied Bed
AOBAppellant's Opening Brief
AOBAll Other Business
AOBAttack on Babylon
AOBAway on Business (hospitality discount program)
AOBAlliance of Baptists
AOBArt of Books (bookseller website)
AOBAngle On the Bow
AOBAverage-On-Board
AOBArray of Bytes (computer code)
AOBAndy O'Brien (Irish soccer player)
AOBApproved Operating Budget
AOBAudio of Being (Matthew Good album)
AOBArt of Business
AOBAirfield Operations Board
AOBAlternate Operating Base
AOBAirfield Operations Battalion (US Army Aviation)
AOBAmicale Ornithologique du Blavet (French ornithological association)
AOBAnalog Output Board
AOBAir Operations Branch
AOBAnalytical Operations Branch
AOBAngle Of Bearing
AOBAdiabatic Oxygen Bomb (calorimeter)
AOBAuxiliary Order Board
AOBAlignment Outlet Box(es)
AOBAlliance of Brothers (gaming guild)
AOBAlcohol on Board (healthcare)
AOBAsymptotic Optimal Boundary
AOBAuthorization of Billing (Medicare)
AOBAgenda on Board
AOBAll Out Bombing (gang)
AOBAnnouncer on Board (advertising)
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If you have not done so recently or are flying an unfamiliar aircraft, I recommend performing a few 30-degree angle of bank (AoB) turns for practice, both level and descending.
The amount of upward elevator pressure applied, and therefore the amount of vertical lift, varies directly with the angle of bank used.
As a bonus to our situation, I was hit with a 40-knot, right crosswind that rolled me to 60 degrees angle of bank.
During the turn, the flight lead went IMC, so increased his angle of bank and transmitted his intentions of rolling out on a heading of 060 degrees.
* AoA will indicate proper approach speeds under all conditions of weight, CG, flap position, air density, turbulence or angle of bank.
The uncommanded left turn continued with increasing left angle of bank despite the pilot's applying full counter-control inputs.
I had heard the vertigo stories: It feels like you're spinning in circles, or in a constant angle of bank, unable to differentiate between upright and inverted.
If the flight controls had reverted to MECH when I was at 600 feet and 85 degrees angle of bank, I would have been short of options.
At the merge, the wingman commenced a hard 135-degree angle of bank descending left turn.
As the airplane turned toward the final approach course, it pitched up and its angle of bank increased.
Another option would be to roll the helicopter into a high angle of bank to stay over the airfield and to avoid the trees.