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  • They are often used by the military for aerial combat training and analysis.
  • They immediately began training for aerial combat at night and in poor weather and low visibility.
  • Specialist models have also been produced for aerial fire-fighting and zero-G training.
  • Field units were given maps that were only of use for aerial navigation.
  • Later depth charges would be developed specifically for aerial use.
  • The plans evolved into a center for aerial and motor sports.
  • In World War II parts of the county were used for aerial gunnery practice.
  • It was apparently more specialized for aerial feeding than the living species.
  • Equipment to convert the aircraft for aerial application is also available.
  • Even though Polish success was complete, the Germans quickly re-organized their defence, and called for aerial support.
  • It is both a general aviation airport and a base for aerial forest fire suppression.
  • In foreign countries several types of beacons for aerial navigation have been in use. Cited from Artificial Light, by M. Luckiesh
  • The course includes two small jumps which are used as a take-off for aerial maneuvers.
  • On the day the North Vietnamese launched their attacks, the weather was poor for aerial operations.
  • Large species nest very close together and sit tightly, making it difficult for aerial predators to land among them.
  • Many of the New Zealand aircraft were later used for aerial topdressing.
  • It is, by international treaty, the official language for aerial and maritime communications.
  • Other equipment included a mechanical bull and equipment for aerial movements.
  • A wide variety of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft are used for aerial firefighting.
  • This year also saw the introduction of aeroplanes specifically modified for aerial combat.
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