SPD

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AcronymDefinition
SPDSensory Processing Disorder
SPDSerial Presence Detect
SPDSummary Plan Description
SPDSpeed
SPDSecurity Policy Database
SPDSeattle Police Department (Washington)
SPDSozialdemokratische Partei Deutschlands (German Social Democrat Party)
SPDSoftware Product Description
SPDSolar Physics Division
SPDSociety of Publication Designers
SPDSan Pedro (Amtrak station code; San Pedro, CA)
SPDState Police Department (various locations)
SPDStrategic Planning and Development (various organizations)
SPDSurge Protective Device
SPDSevere Plastic Deformation (metalworking)
SPDSkin Picking Disorder
SPDSuspended Particle Device
SPDSony Pictures Digital (est. 2000; Sony Corporation)
SPDSterile Processing Department (healthcare)
SPDSpecial Police Dekaranger (Japanese Super Sentai series)
SPDSavannah Police Department (Savannah, GA)
SPDSerious Psychological Distress
SPDSpeed Dial
SPDSpringfield Police Department
SPDSpeech Decoder
SPDSpreadsheet File
SPDSimulated Pulse Driving
SPDSimplified Postscript Description
SPDSoftware Product Descriptions
SPDSimplified Printer Description
SPDSymbol Previously Declared
SPDSystem Product Division
SPDService Provider Descriptor
SPDSurge Protection Device
SPDState Project Director (India)
SPDSadistic Personality Disorder
SPDSustainable Peace and Development (various organizations)
SPDSpectral Power Distribution
SPDSoftware Planning & Development (Nintendo)
SPDSociety for the Physically Disabled
SPDSouth Pacific Division
SPDSpace Patrol Delta (Power Rangers cartoon series)
SPDSingle Programming Document (EU)
SPDSchizotypal Personality Disorder
SPDSpeed Mode (aviation)
SPDSchizoid Personality Disorder (psychology)
SPDSt. Philip the Deacon (Plymouth, MN)
SPDStrategic Product Design (Delft University of Technology)
SPDSomerville Police Department (Somerville, NJ)
SPDSaidpur, Bangladesh (Airport Code)
SPDSupply, Processing and Distribution
SPDSouth Park District (San Francisco, CA)
SPDShimano Pedaling Dynamics
SPDSurvey of Program Dynamics
SPDSterile Processing and Distribution (hospitals)
SPDSemantic Pragmatic Disorder
SPDSheppard AFB (Wichita Falls, TX)
SPDSeparation Program Designator
SPDSociety for Pediatric Dermatology (Indianapolis, IN)
SPDSegreteria Particolare del Duce (Italian: Special Secretary of the Duce)
SPDStrategic Product Development (various organizations)
SPDStrategic Planning Directorate (various locations)
SPDSpeckled Dace (fish)
SPDSynchrotron Powder Diffraction (diffraction analysis)
SPDSymphisis Pubis Dysfunction
SPDStandard Procedural Database
SPDStoneham Police Department (Stoneham, MA)
SPDSystem Program Director
SPDStorage Pool Deficiency (platelet)
SPDSeniors and Persons with Disabilities
SPDSum of the Products of Diameters (oncology)
SPDStandard Periodical Directory (publication)
SPDSpace Product Development (NASA)
SPDSpecial Planning & Development (software development; Nintendo)
SPDSpecial Products Division
SPDSyracuse Police Department
SPDSingle-Photon Detector
SPDSquare Plaque Diffuser (energy equipment)
SPDSix-Port (Phase/Frequency) Discriminator
SPDService Provider Domain
SPDSalem Police Department (USA)
SPDSalmon Poisoning Disease
SPDSelective Packet Discard (Cisco)
SPDSpyware Process Detector (software)
SPDSymmetric and Positive Definite
SPDScheduling, Pricing and Dispatch
SPDSpecial Programs Division (Environmental Technology Centre unit, Canada)
SPDSimultaneous Product Development (software)
SPDStillwater Police Department (Stillwater, OK, USA)
SPDSystem Products Division
SPDSterile Processing/Distribution
SPDSchenectady Police Department
SPDSouthern Procurement Division (US Navy)
SPDSpinning Piledriver (gaming)
SPDSafety Policy Directorate (United Kingdom)
SPDServing Profile Database (UMTS function of the Call State Control Function, CSCF)
SPDSalutem Plurimam Dicit (Latin: many greetings; letter salutation)
SPDSolution Planning Directive
SPDSequenced Parts Delivery (automotive manufacturing)
SPDSurprise Police Department (Surprize, AZ)
SPDShip Project Directive
SPDSystem Program Directorate
SPDSolutions Provider Distributor
SPDScouting Peerke Donders (Oldenzaal, The Netherlands)
SPDSerial Parallel Digital
SPDScience Programs Division (STSCI)
SPDSmokey Point Distributing, Inc
SPDSystem Program Description
SPDStandards Planning Database
SPDStandardized Position Description
SPDShenandoah Police Department (Virginia)
SPDStability/Plasticity Dilemma
SPDSoftware Process Development
SPDPseudo-Parameter Design Method
SPDSurplus Plutonium Deposition
SPDSingle-Purpose Device
SPDSource to Plane Distance
SPDStructures and Pneudraulics Division
SPDSeaford Police Department
SPDSupplementary Provisioning Data
SPDSorties Per Day
SPDSales Programme Development
SPDSubjective Probability Distribution
SPDScale, Permutation, and Delay
SPDSpecialist, Animal Handler (US Navy)
SPDSoybean Processing Division
SPDSociety for Participatory Development (India)
SPDStrategy, Policy and Delivery (UK)
SPDSecurity Police Desk
SPDSecondary Policy Database (Safenet)
SPDSystems Project Development
SPDSpecific Position Description
SPDStandard Processing Stage (Infrared Space Observatory data analysis)
SPDServer Product Divison
SPDSeabrook Police Department (Seabrook, TX)
SPDSenioren Partei Deutschlands
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Flying S.E.5a fighters, at that stage of the war 84 Squadron was mainly engaged in bombing and strafing the Germans on the ground, conducting three or four sorties per day.
and coalition forces launched fierce air strikes against Iraq, accumulating a total of 109,876 sorties, an average of 2,555 sorties per day, strategically targeting Iraq's scud missiles, airfields, air defenses, electrical power, military headquarters, intelligence assets, communication towers, the Iraqi army and oil refineries.During the campaign, coalition forces lost 75 aircrafts, 63 U.S.
Now imagine rolling into another country during an air war with over 1000 sorties per day. Add in laying the groundwork for near-normal joint civil/military ops once peace is in sight.
Figure 1 shows the requirements for a deployed location with 18 F-16CGs flying 1.5 sorties per day, and 8 C-130s, each flying one sortie per day out of a bare base with a MOG of 2.
The Combined Air Operations Center continues to plan and execute 50 combat sorties, 50 combat support sorties and 150 mobility sorties per day throughout the Southwest Asia region.
During the recent conflict in Iraq, the Central Command (CENTCOM) AOC staff was able to plan and conduct upwards of 2000 sorties per day, from dozens of bases, including search, strike, jamming and tanker support--mixing both fixed and relocatable targets with exquisite attention to hundreds of details for each mission.
Each pilot flew one or more two-hour sorties per day, with an emphasis on air-to-air missions against F/A- 18 Hornets of Composite Fighter Squadron 12.
While Douhet called for "a mass of battleplanes...acting decisively and exclusively on the offensive," Trenchard urged air war strategists to "hurl a mass of aviation at any one locality needing attack." [5] And yet, NATO strike aircraft averaged only 92 sorties per day for the first thirty days compared to a "mass" of 1,300 strike sorties flown every day during Operation Desert Storm.
For example, the EA-6B is revealed to have averaged between 1.2 and 1.3 sorties per day, depending upon base location.
It is planned that pilots will perform at least 30 sorties per day. All the flight and technical personnel of the air base is involved in the drills.
The US-led airstrikes over Iraq during the first Persian Gulf War averaged 1,125 strike sorties per day, according to Deptula.
and coalition forces launched fierce air strikes against Iraq, accumulating a total of 109,876 sorties, an average of 2,555 sorties per day, strategically targeting Iraqs scud missiles, airfields, air defenses, electrical power, biological and chemical weapons caches, military headquarters, intelligence assets, communication towers, the Iraqi army and oil refineries.