Ask AI3: What is aircraft?
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He narrowed the shape down to two: either a Zero or a U. S. Navy type aircraft.
Japanese aircraft were strong on maneuverability, American on speed and firepower.
But the closing aircraft showed no sign of deviating from their original course.
The opposing aircraft continued to come on.
Eight aircraft in this small box.
His consoles can give him instant contact with more than seventy bases around the world and with every SAC aircraft.
Examples are in public utilities, making military aircraft and accessories, or where the investment and risk for a proprietorship would be too great for a much needed project impossible to achieve by any means other than the corporate form, e.g. constructing major airports or dams.
for navigation aids to give accurate bearings to ships and aircraft ; ;
He has been in prison since May, 1958, when his aircraft was shot down over Moluccas.
Both boats and aircraft would fall within this category, as well as motor vehicles.
In view of the acceptance accorded the status of motor vehicles for tax purposes, in the absence of any specific provision it would seem entirely consistent to apply the same interpretation to boats or aircraft.
It is not clear, however, whether they are thinking of all movable property or only of boats, trailers, aircraft or certain other types of personal property whose assessment would be advantageous to their particular towns.
Military experts say a tight naval blockade off Cuban ports and at the approaches to Cuban waters would require two naval task forces, each built around an aircraft carrier with a complement of about 100 planes and several destroyers.
The decreases, which are largely in construction and in aircraft procurement, are offset in part by increases for research and development and for procurement of other military equipment such as tanks, vehicles, guns, and electronic devices.
New obligational authority for 1961 recommended in this budget for aircraft procurement ( excluding amounts for related research and construction ) totals $4,753 million, which is $1,390 million below that enacted for 1960.
This project was started at a time when there was a critical need for a high-energy fuel to provide an extra margin of range for high performance aircraft, particularly our heavy bombers.
Continuing technical problems involved in the use of this fuel, coupled with significant improvements in aircraft range through other means, have now raised serious questions about the value of the high-energy fuel program.
The first capability is represented by a combination of manned bombers, carrier-based aircraft, and intercontinental and intermediate range missiles.
This aircraft, which was planned for initial operational use about 1965, would be complementary to but likewise competitive with the four strategic ballistic missile systems, all of which are scheduled to become available earlier.
It is expected that in 1963 two prototype aircraft will be available for flight testing.
By that time we should be in a much better position to determine the value of that aircraft as a weapon system.
Research, development test and evaluation funds, devoted to missiles in 1960 were 3 to 4 times as large as those devoted to aircraft, and actual missile procurement is expected to exceed aircraft procurement by 1963.
We must make certain that the aircraft is finished before we give the entire job to the missile.
Until this hunter-killer operation can be performed by spacecraft, manned aircraft appear to be the only means available to us.

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