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The NAA and the Smithsonian Institution's National Air and Space Museum worked to assemble a complete list to be published in conjunction with the NAA's hundredth anniversary in 2005, however this project was not completed and it appears that the source documents for a period of awards were destroyed.
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NAA and Smithsonian
NAA and National
In order for a Flight Simulation Training Device ( FSTD ) to be used for flight crew training or checking, it must be evaluated by the local National Aviation Authority ( NAA ), such as the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) in the United States.
* National Archives of Australia: Prime Minister's Lodge-Renovations and Maintenance 1966 – 1968, NAA: A4 63 / 32, 1966 / 952
The Collier Trophy is an annual aviation award administered by the U. S. National Aeronautic Association ( NAA ), presented to those who have made " the greatest achievement in aeronautics or astronautics in America, with respect to improving the performance, efficiency, and safety of air or space vehicles, the value of which has been thoroughly demonstrated by actual use during the preceding year.
The name became official in 1944, and the award presented once a year by the NAA president, with the trophy on permanent display at the U. S. National Air and Space Museum.
A Department of Transport's Marine Operations Centre, a MARSAR ( Marine Search and Rescue ) file also in the 2012 open category is listed in the National Archives of Australia ( NAA ) file series A4703, control symbol 1978 / 1205 is titled " VH-DSJ Light aircraft overdue King Island ".
The National Assessment Agency ( NAA ) was, until December 2008, a subsidiary unit of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority ( QCA ), an executive non-departmental public body ( NDPB ) of the Department for Education and Skills ( now the Department for Education ) in the United Kingdom.
He wrote for an aviation column in " Argosy " magazine and was given a job with the National Aeronautic Association ( NAA ), for whom he produced a weekly radio show called " Scramble!
The National Aeronautic Association of the United States ( NAA ) is a non-profit 501 ( c )( 3 ) organization and a founding member of the Fédération Aéronautique Internationale ( FAI ).
Founded in 1905, it is the oldest national aviation club in the United States and one of the oldest in the world, it serves as the “ Aeroclub of the United States ” and, by its Mission Statement it is "… dedicated to the advancement of the art, sport and science of aviation in the United States .” The NAA is headquartered at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, in Washington, D. C.
The United States portion of the contest is sponsored by the National Aeronautic Association ( NAA ) in partnership with the National Association of State Aviation Officials ( NASAO ) and supported by Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ( ERAU ), National Coalition for Aviation Education ( NCAE ) and the Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ).
The National Archives of Australia ( NAA ) published the Functional Specifications for Electronic Records Management Systems Software ( ERMS ), and the associated Guidelines for Implementing the Functional Specifications for Electronic Records Management Systems Software, as exposure drafts in February 2006.
Pilot licensing or certification refers to permits to fly aircraft that are issued by the National Aviation Authority ( NAA ) in each country, establishing that the holder has met a specific set of knowledge and experience requirements.
In most European countries, including the United Kingdom, France, Switzerland, and many others, licensing is issued by the National Aviation Authority ( NAA ) according to a set of common rules established by the Joint Aviation Authorities known as Joint Aviation Rules – Flight Crew Licensing ( JAR-FCL ).
The International Aerobatic Club ( IAC ) is a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association ( EAA ) and the National Aeronautics Association ( NAA ).
NAA and Air
The NAA has three distinct responsibilities: The recording and certification of Aviation and Aerospace Records, the administration of Aviation Trophies and Awards, and working with Air Sports Organizations in America on the advancement of their individual sports.
Administered jointly by NAA and the Air Care Alliance there are five categories for this award: Distinguished Volunteer Pilot, Distinguished Volunteer, Outstanding Achievement in Advancement of Public Benefit Flying, Public Benefit Flying Teamwork Award, and Champion of Public Benefit Flying.
The NAA encourages and supports the development and growth of the sport of aviation in the United States and does so primarily through its relationship with eight Air Sport Organizations ( ASOs ) based in the country.
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Although the XB-70 Valkyrie, North American Aviation's Mach 3 bomber, was intended to be immune to enemy attack as a result of speed, NAA very briefly proposed the XF-108 Rapier interceptor for the escort role.
On 17 August, MP John Hemming received confirmation from OFCOM that usage of the NAA message would not be termed a persistent misuse, and there is no widespread belief that OFCOM will conclude that the six companies it is currently investigating should stop making silent calls and use the information message instead.
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To carry out an NAA analysis the specimen is placed into a suitable irradiation facility and bombarded with neutrons.
NAA can detect up to 74 elements depending upon the experimental procedure, with minimum detection limits ranging from 0. 1 to 1x10 < sup > 6 </ sup > ng g < sup >− 1 </ sup > depending on element under investigation.
General Motors Corporation took a controlling interest in NAA and merged it with its General Aviation division in 1933, but retaining the name North American Aviation.
In 1967, NAA and Rocketdyne merged with the Rockwell Corporation to form North American Rockwell, later part of Rockwell International.
The NAA has been steeply involved with the growth of aviation in the United States almost since its beginning, to the point of being the sole issuer of pilot licenses in American until the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1926.
In 1905, the NAA joined Germany, Spain, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, and France to create an international aviation organization -- Fédération Aéronautique Internationale -- with the goal of fostering aeronautical activities worldwide.
The NAA Luncheon Program brings together leaders in the aviation and aerospace industry with professionals from around the Metropolitan Washington, DC region.