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Hageland Aviation, the rural air carrier in the Ravn Air Group, was awarded a Medallion Foundation Star for Operational Control in November.
I has transferred the operational control and maintenance to Indian Air Force (IAF).
It is planned to set up operational control centers for policing the streets in 35 towns of Kazakhstan by 2020, Minister of Internal Affairs Kalmukhanbet Kassymov said during the media briefing of the Central Communications Service.
In 2011, when much of the border was shown not to be under operational control, Secretary Napolitano dismissed the metric as "a very narrow term of art.
Tenaris, a global supplier of steel tubes and related services for the energy industry and other industrial applications, earlier in November 2009 announced that, acting through PDVSA Industrial SA (a unit of PDVSA), it formally assumed exclusive operational control over the assets of Tubos de Acero de Venezuela SA (Tavsa).
Business Control Solutions, a provider of management consultancy services and operational control software to the financial services sector, has formed what a press release describes as "a strategic partnership" with Nimbus to deliver a comprehensive governance, risk control and compliance suite.
Troetschel, a member of the Air Force's earliest satellite team, contributed to the establishment of an on-orbit operational control node at Sunnyvale for the relevant program offices in Los Angeles.
Under the terms of the transaction, the tenant will lease the facilities under a 17-year triple net lease and has the option of maintaining operational control of the facilities for an additional 20 years once the initial lease term expires.