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RETSReal Estate Transaction Standard
RETSRemoted Target System
RETSRemote Engagement Target System (US Marine Corps)
RETSRegimental Enhanced Training Section
RETSRadar Extractor and Tracker System
RETSRemote Encoded Target System
RETSRocket Engine Test Stand
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'The new RETs were constructed at a slight angle to the runway, allowing airplanes to exit at a faster clip than before and giving the next succeeding planes [a chance] to land as soon as the preceding airplane is headed toward the RET exit,' Monreal explained.
Speaking to a gathering of over 120 participants, inter alia, from, academia, industry, R and D organizations, local and international speakers and participants, and media personnel, the Minister considered it important to fully exploit the RETs for successful implementation of the Government's energy policies, especially amidst the huge concerns related to energy scarcity.
MIAA assistant general manager for operations Ricardo Medalla Jr., said the RETs would reduce to at most five seconds the time a plane that just touched down occupies the runway, allowing another aircraft to land.
The RETS feed is designed according to RETS standards that is an acronym for Real Estate Transaction, a framework used in Canada and United States to facilitate data exchange.
RETS Timber supplies its products to the Middle East and North Africa, two markets with growing construction activity and very important to Stora Enso, the buyer said.