VERTOL

AcronymDefinition
VERTOLVertical Takeoff & Landing
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Despite the research done since the first automated systems made their way into aircraft about the time the Vertol 107 first flew, human factors issues continue to present themselves.
Rohr, and Boeing Vertol, which could supply the advanced skills and systems-integration capacity lacking in Budd, were diverted by several factors: a hollowing out globalization strategy that did not champion a stronger domestic rail industrial policy (G.
2540) The JFCOM also provided a reasonable explanation for determining Vertol unable to obtain the certifications in time to participate in the exercise.
Vendor has at least one model Boeing Vertol 107-11 helicopter or equivalent with qualified pilots, mechanics and ground crews to perform the services outlined in the scope of work.
The French Army installed light machine guns and rocket pods on some Vertol H-21s ('La Banane ) and on the turbine-engined Sud- Est Alouette II, some examples of which were armed with Nord SS.
Gusting winds continued into Tuesday, but firefighting officials occasionally sent in their two heaviest helicopters, the Chinook and the Vertol 107, incident spokeswoman Alexis West said.
The book details the Army's competitive selection process that resulted in a seven-month fly-off evaluation among prototypes from Boeing Vertol and Sikorsky.
In this study helicopter logging using a Boeing Vertol 107 in an approximately 70-year-old stand in West Virginia was examined.
25 OCT 1960 Boeing Vertol 107 Model 2 twin-turbine tandemrotor helicopter flies.
Then they armed Vertol H-21s, Sikorsky H-34s, and SNCASE Alouette IIs, which became France's mainstay armed helicopter in Algeria.
13) Other Hagley collections that may he of interest to business historians with a technological bent include: Leeds & Northrup (1869-1952, 25 reels of microfilm); Boeing Vertol helicopter division of Boeing Aircraft (1943-67, 150 linear feet); Link-Belt Company (1851-1908, 725 drawings); Fritz Water Wheel (1899-1956; 200 linear feet), and Campbell Water Wheel (1020-75, 53 linear feet): S.
NASDAQ: "SISI"), which designs, manufactures and markets high-performance industrial sensors, weighing and factory automation equipment and systems, today announced that its Revere Transducers subsidiary has received a significant order from the United States Government for sensors to be used on the Boeing Vertol Helicopter, a heavy-lift H64 used by all U.