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FODForeign Object Damage
FODForeign Object Debris
FODFunny or Die
FODForge of Darkness (Steven Erikson book)
FODFederale Overheidsdienst (Belgium)
FODField Operations Division (US DoD)
FODForeign Object Damage (US Air Force)
FODForeign Object Debris (US Air Force)
FODFiber Optic Device
FODFormation Ouverte à Distance (French: Opened Distance Education)
FODFeatures on Demand (software)
FODField Office Director (various organizations)
FODFlight Operations Directorate (US NASA)
FODFlexible Optical Disk
FODFree on Demand
FODFree Online Dictionary
FODFuture Organ Donor
FODField of Dreams
FODFree Online Dating
FODFox on Demand (television)
FODFax on Demand
FODFaces of Death (gaming clan; movie; band)
FODFinger of Death (fantasy gaming)
FODFinding of Death (military casualty code)
FODFear of Death
FODFurniture on Demand
FODFemale Orgasmic Disorder
FODFriend of Dorothy
FODField Operations Directorate (UK)
FODFatty Oxidation Disorder
FODForeign Object Detection
FODFilms on Demand (streaming video)
FODFlag of Democracy (band)
FODFavorites on Demand (digital entertainment)
FODFly Or Die (gaming clan)
FODFort Dodge, IA, USA - Fort Dodge Regional Airport (Airport Code)
FODFull Organizational Designation
FODField Officer of the Day
FODFacilities Operations and Development (Columbus, Ohio, USA)
FODFellowship of Dragons
FODFreight on Delivery
FODFront of Dash (automotive manufacturing)
FODFriends of Dave
FODFinancial Operations Department (PBGC)
FODFell Over Dead
FODFixed Operations Director
FODForgiveness of Debt
FODFuel Over Destination
FODFreak Off and Die (polite form; Green Day song)
FODForces of Diversion (video gaming)
FODFlowers of Disgust (band)
FODFriend of Deborah Lipstadt
FODField of Drawing (engineering drawings)
FODFace of Destruction (gaming clan)
FODFigure Of Demerit
FODFollow On Destroyer
FODFacilitator on Duty
FODFailover Device (smart network card which can bypass the traffic if the server failed)
FODFreight on Dock (logistics)
FODFunction Operational Design
FODFrequency-Overlapped Duplex
FODFriends of Development
FODFountain of Death
FODForehead of Doom
FODFlowers of Discipline (band)
References in periodicals archive ?
Patterson, Foreign Object Debris (FOD) Detection Research, Airport Safety Specialist, FAA, 2008.
John Petrie, 433rd Maintenance Operations Squadron, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, stops to pick up a piece of debris from the flight line during the 433rd Airlift Wing's Monday morning foreign object debris walk.
The main runway, built in 1951, underwent a makeover in 1986 but has been largely neglected since, leaving it littered with "unacceptable levels of Foreign Object Debris, which primarily consists of fragmented pavement or fragmented pavement patch material," Herzog said.
Innovative technologies in the area of professional mobile radio services, mobile workforce solutions and foreign object debris detection are all planned for the near future."
The ritual of "walking the flight deck" looking for garbage, debris, and "anything that shouldn't be there" is known as the "FOD Walk," and it's as important (if not more) than giving a "thumbs up." The FOD Walk stands for Foreign Object Debris. It has also been known to stand for Foreign Object Damage or Found On Deck.
Vancouver International Airport has become the first commercial airport in the world to install a day and night camera with its Tarsier Foreign Object Debris (FOD) radar detection system.
VANCOUVER International Airport has become the first commercial airport in the world to install a day and night camera on its Tarsier foreign object debris radar detection system.
As per the agreement, Bayanat Airports will represent, sell and implement QinetiQ's state-of-the-art Foreign Object Debris (FOD) detection system, Tarsier, in the UAE.
While conducting a preflight of aircraft 160770, Petty Officer Davidson discovered foreign object debris (FOD) in the intakes of the No.
All workers were required to attend training sessions on proper work procedures to avoid foreign object debris. 7/2/2008
I now see the Air Force isn't just sitting behind desks or picking foreign object debris off the flight line or fixing leaky faucets.
"The potential of FOD (Foreign Object Debris) and the damage this could do if ingested into aircraft engines, means that site housekeeping is vital and I doubt anyone will find a tidier construction site.
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