RIO

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AcronymDefinition
RIORio De Janeiro, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (Airport Code)
RIORisk, Issues, and Opportunities (various locations)
RIORemote Input Output
RIOReference Identifier Object
RIORam Input Output
RIORock in Opposition (musical genre)
RIORadar Intercept Officer
RIORapidIO (Interconnect Architecture)
RIORegionaal Indicatie Orgaan (Dutch: Regional Indication Body; health care)
RIORimonabant in Obesity
RIOReconfigurable Input/Output
RIOReference Interconnection Offer
RIORestore Iraqi Oil (US Army mission)
RIOReintegration of Offenders
RIORemote Input/Output
RIORight, I'm Off
RIOResearch Innovation Office (various locations)
RIORégie des Installations Olympiques
RIOReusable Information Object
RIOReshaping the International Order (book)
RIORegional Information Officer (USACE)
RIORetirement Income Option (various organizations)
RIORelevé d'Identité d'Opérateur (French: Statement of Identity Operator)
RIOResampled Inference of Orthologs
RIORemote Infrastructure Operations
RIORéseau Intertropical d'Ordinateurs (French: Intertropical Network of Computers)
RIOResearch Instruction Online
RIOReverse Implied Odds (Poker)
RIOReverse Implement Option (riding lawnmowers)
RIORoma Initiatives Office (Open Society Institute)
RIORandom Insanity Online (website)
RIOResolution Independent Object(s)
RIOReporting In & Out
RIORibbonized Organized Integrated (aircraft wiring)
RIORegional Inspection Officer (India)
RIORandom Early Discard with In/Out (algorithm)
RIORemote Inside Option (Compaq)
RIORealistic Input/Output Opportunity
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VX-30 chief test pilot and F-14 radar intercept officer Cdr.
The radar intercept officer (RIO) in the rear seat saw that the port number four spoiler was fully deployed.
One of the last four Tomcat students was Lieutenant Steve Djunaedi, an F-14A radar intercept officer. "Since the 1986 movie Top Gun, people associate the Tomcat with TOPGUN," he said.
Add to this Punk's own personal problems of a rather ill-advised engagement and the death of his best friend in a midair, and Carroll, a retired commander and F-14 radar intercept officer, has his hands full trying to keep the story progressing.
The most significant challenge is for pilots who are used to having a radar intercept officer ill the hack seal and must transition to the single-seat E model.
The pilot of the downed craft was in the water five minutes before being brought aboard the helicopter, and the radar intercept officer, who was able to put out a survival raft to await rescue, was aboard in another five minutes.
The radar intercept officer's (RIO) seat did not fire.
As for his unique perspective gained from radar intercept officer (RIO)-to-pilot experience, Williams emphasized, "It was a fantastic opportunity and it gives me a greater appreciation for what it takes to make it through both training tracks and the [fleet readiness squadron]." It also gave him a much better understanding of both cockpits.
A 1982 graduate of the Naval Academy, Carroll served as an F-14 Tomcat radar intercept officer (RIO) in five fleet squadrons, making several carrier deployments to the Arabian Gulf.
Pukin' Dogs Executive Officer Commander Calvin Craig was the radar intercept officer (RIO) in the VF-143 aircraft that dropped the first JDAM.