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MODUK - DEF STAN 02-319 - REQUIREMENTS FOR AVIATION FUEL SYSTEMS IN HM SURFACE SHIPS - ISSUE 3: 12/2009 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2009-12-11
Description: b) This Standard covers requirements for drawings, materials, environmental conditions and the complete fuel system which includes: 1) Single and Multi-point Systems; 2) Filling System; 3) Storage Tanks; 4) Transfer System; 5) Service Tanks; 6) Refuelling System; 7) De-fuelling System; 8) Stripping and Fuel Recovery System; 9) Fuel Clean-up Equipment; 10) Fuel Pumps; 11) Valves; 12) Fuel Handling Equipment; 13) Instrumentation and Controls; 14) Safety, Shock, Noise and Vibration Requirements; 15) Preservation; 16) Cleanliness; 17) Makers works and installed system Pressure Tests; 18) System Flushing; 19) Installation Inspection and Trials.
ARMY - DA PAM 95-9 - MANAGEMENT OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: ARMY
Date: 2006-01-25
Description: Covers aviation CSIs used in fixed and rotary wing aircraft, unmanned air vehicles, Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE), aviation weapons and equipment, and associated aviation support equipment Does not apply to commercial aircraft or subsystems purchased and maintained in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulation, unless required by the Service ESA.
NAVY - NAVAIR 5400.161 - (AIR-1.2)AVIATION/SHIP INTEGRATION POLICY Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-01-16
Description: To establish policy and provide procedures for the integration of Naval Aircraft and related systems and weapons with Aviation Ships, such as Aircraft Carriers (CV/CVN), Amphibious Assault Ships (LHA/LHD), and Air Capable Ships (ACS).
NAVY - OPNAVI 4790.2 - (N78) NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (NAMP) Organization: NAVY
Date: 2005-02-01
Description: Specifically excluded from the provisions of this instruction are air launched weapons, armament weapons support equipment (covered in Naval Ordance Maintenance Management Program (NOMMP)), missile targets and items of installed shipboard and shore-based equipment, such as launch and recovery equipment, optical landing systems, or other similar equipment. Questions regarding individual equipment applicability shall be forwarded to Commander Naval Air Forces (COMNAVAIRFOR) (N422) for determination.
NAVY - SECNAV 4140.2 - (DCMA INST CSI (AV))MANAGEMENT OF AVIATION CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2006-01-25
Description: Covers aviation CSIs used in fixed and rotary wing aircraft, unmanned air vehicles, Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE), aviation weapons and equipment, and associated aviation support equipmentDoes not apply to commercial aircraft or subsystems purchased and maintained in accordance with Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulation, unless required by the Service ESA.
NAVY - NAVAIR 13800.18 - (PMA251/AIR-4.8.1.1B) ESTABLISHMENT OF AIRCRAFT LAUNCH AND RECOVERY EQUIPMENT (ALRE) FLIGHT SAFE PROGRAM Organization: NAVY
Date: 2006-02-21
Description: To establish policy and procedures and assign responsibilities for the life-cycle management of Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) items critical to Naval Aviation Safety, including the overhaul and installation of ALRE Critical Safety Items (CSIs), and other ALRE Critical Application Items (CAIs), components and assemblies.
NAVY - OPNAV 4790.2F VOL I - (N881) THE NAVAL AVIATION MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (NAMP) Organization: NAVY
Date: 1995-06-01
Description: Specifically excluded fromth e provisionso f this instruction araei r launched weapons, armament weapons support equipment, missile targets, and iteomf sin stalled shipboard and shorebased equipment, such as launch and recovery equipment, optical landing systems, or other similar equipments.
CGSB 3.1000 - VAPOUR CONTROL SYSTEMS IN GASOLINE DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS Organization: CGSB
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: (UL1) standards and documents are recommended in vapour recovery lines for the fire protection of VRU systems. Flame arrestors shall be sized so as not to increase system back-pressures beyond the levels specified in maximum back-pressure stated above.
FAA - FO JO 1370.117 - NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (NAS) INTERNET PROTOCOL (IP) ADDRESSING POLICY Organization: FAA
Date: 2014-01-21
Description: Defines the requirements and processes for NAS Systems Owners to acquire and use approved IP addresses from the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) IP address pool within the NAS Domain, as issued by the Communications, Information, and Network Programs (CINP) Group (AJM-31); b.
NAVY - NAVAIR 4790.22 - (AIR-3.6.1) MAINTENANCE PLAN PROGRAM Organization: NAVY
Date: 1999-05-26
Description: This instruction applies to: a. All new systems and equipment procured by, or for, the Naval Aviation Systems Team (TEAM), including equipment manufactured or procured by field activities or inventory control points.
NAVY - NAVAIR 4790.20B - (AIR-6.0) RELIABILITY-CENTERED MAINTENANCE PROGRAM Organization: NAVY
Date: 2007-07-20
Description: ., airborne weapons, targets, trainers, training equipment, aircrew escape system, armament, structural components, wiring, avionics, aviation life support systems, photographic equipment, imaging and reconnaissance equipment and electrical systems), and peculiar and common support equipment (SE), and aircraft launch/recovery equipment (ALRE), including their modification, during all life cycle phases and levels of maintenance.
NAVY - NAVAIRI 4200.25 - (AIR-4.1C) MANAGEMENT OF CRITICAL APPLICATION ITEMS INCLUDING CRITICAL SAFETY ITEMS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2002-06-20
Description: It covers CAIs (including CSIs) used in fixed and rotary wing naval aircraft, unmanned air vehicles, Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE), NAVAIR supported weapons and equipment, and associated support equipment.
ASTM F2316 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR AIRFRAME EMERGENCY PARACHUTES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-09-01
Description: While the values stated in SI units are regarded as standard, certain values such as airspeeds in knots and altitude in feet are also accepted as standard. Airframe emergency parachute recovery systems have become an acceptable means of greatly reducing the likelihood of serious injury or death in an in-flight emergency.
NAVY - NAVSEAI 4790.8 - (SER 04-402/107) SHIPS' MAINTENANCE AND MATERIAL MANAGEMENT (3-M) MANUAL Organization: NAVY
Date: 2013-03-14
Description: Navy Meteorological Equipment , equipment of the Naval Air Traffic Control, Air Navigation and Landing System (NAALS) , and Aircraft Launch and Recovery Equipment (ALRE) are also applicable to this instruction.
IET - RADIO MAN: THE REMARKABLE - RADIO MAN: THE REMARKABLE RISE AND FALL OF C.O. STANLEY Organization: IET
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: A Pye camera was used to make the first picture guided deep-sea recovery when a Comet, the pride of Britain's civil aviation in the 1960s, crashed in the Mediterranean.
NPFC - MIL-HDBK-516 - AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION CRITERIA Organization: NPFC
Date: 2014-12-12
Description: An Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) is comprised of individual elements consisting of the UAV, the control station, and any other support elements necessary to enable operation including, but not limited to data links, communications systems/links, and UAS-unique launch and recovery equipment. UAV types vary greatly in size, weight, and complexity.

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