RTAB

AcronymDefinition
RTABRear Trailing Arm Bushing
RTABRewind Tape and Break (programming humor)
RTABRegional Technical Advisory Board (UK)
RTABReal Time Active Battle (gaming)
RTABRace to A Billion (gaming)
RTABReal Time Accelerator Board
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The remaining sixteen strike Thunderchiefs were launched from Takhii RTAB in four flights, which included Wolf and Bear (354th TFS), Bison (333rd TFS) and Zebra (357th TFS).
The letters of intent with companies also signed between SNCF in France and its Egyptian counterpart, and another on a contract between the Paris-based Independent Transport Authority (RTAB) and the National Authority for the construction of a line of metres.
As a result of cooperation between the RTAB and the Tourism Department of the Latvian Investment and Development Agency as well as co-operation of tourism industries in the three Baltic States, 60 Baltic restaurants have been included in the Nordic restaurant guide for the first time, including 20 Latvian restaurants.
RTab is a five-tuple <Source, Hops, Link_Availability, Path, Sequence_No>.
Drawing on the preliminary findings of an ongoing research project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), this article examines the dynamics of these changes and in particular the emerging role of the regional technical advisory bodies (RTABs) in strategic waste planning across the English regions.
The crew was able to fly the aircraft to about six nautical miles of Nakhon Phanom RTAB, when they were forced to eject.
According to the Government, each RTAB will have to take the views of a voluntary environmental and community interests.
The 35th TFW was to supply one C--130E (call sign Radium), the 8th TFW at Ubon Royal Thai Air Base (RTAB) four F--4Cs (Neon 01 through 04) and the 41st Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron at RTAB Tahkli one B--66B and one RB--66B (Robin 01 and 22 respectively).
JCS 64 was struck by forty-four USAF aircraft from the Royal Thai Air Base (RTAB) near Korat (no F-105s were stationed yet at RTAB Takhli), including twenty-four F-105Ds and twenty B-57Bs.