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JETSJunior Engineering Technical Society
JETSJournal of the Evangelical Theological Society
JETSJoint Emitter Targeting System
JETSJoint Export Training Standards
JETSJoint Enroute Terminal System
JETSJournal of Educational Technology and Society
JETSJames E. Thompkins School (Evansville, IN)
JETSJMCIS Expedited Text Search
JETSJournal of Emergencies, Trauma and Shock
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Ferguson darted his powerful electric jet toward various points of space, and caused it to rest on a spot from which shouts of terror were heard.
Rolls-Royce predicts continued growth in business jet deliveries through the remainder of the decade and forecasts an engine market worth $70 billion over the next 20 years, with medium and large business jets dominating in terms of aircraft and engine value.
The composition of jets has been debated ever since they were detected in the 1950s.
Pilots and WSOs alike can now perform nearly every aspect of employing these jets tactically without taking their hands off the throttle or stick (or hand controllers in the rear cockpit).
Madison Square Garden has filed a lawsuit against the MTA, the City of New York and Jets alleging the MTA "violated its statutory duties and the public trust" by not accepting MSG's "admittedly higher bid for these development rights in favor of a noncompliant and otherwise inferior bid.
At the end of 2003 there were 14,555 corporate jets operators in the world utilizing a fleet of 23,121 aircraft.
Today, there is enormous demand for corporate jets .
com, jet operators post the anticipated locations of their jets directly from their electronic schedule boards along with their pricing information.
The black box from the Boeing will probably be taken to the United States for analysis, after which it will be compared with the data from the Legacy jet, made by Brazil's Embraer, Bueno said.
The 13-member MTA board evaluated and compared the Jets bid of $720 million to Cablevision's offer of $760 million and TransGas Energy's $1 billion bid.
His team conjectures that the jets are low-energy versions of those created by hypernovas--relatively rare and extremely powerful supernovas.