What does OW stand for?
OW stands for Outer Wing
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The patented wing-fold technology lets the outer wings fold in tighter for transport, while the unique center-section frame design means that the front caster wheels are pulled in tighter for turning.
Outer wing access doors made from recycled 787 carbon fiber to reduce material costs and factory waste
1 million for manufacturing outer wing panel (OWP) kits for Northrop Grumman Corp.
L-3 Communications L-3: P-3 outer wing contract was just small part of business.
With a heavy emphasis on the past tense, the opinion piece wrote that in the area of press freedoms, "criticism of the ruling system and its practices, and the huge corruption in some of its quarters, restricted the inner and outer wings of the party, not allowing them room to move in response.
The team had to develop a device that would allow the outer wing panels of the A380 to be clamped accurately so they could be aligned and drilled together.
Mississauga, Helicopter handling ON systems for destroyers ** Curtiss-Wright Helicopter handling systems for frigates ** Elcan Optical Midland, AIM-9X tactical missile Technologies ON assemblies ** General Electric Bromont, QC Work on F/A-18 fighter Canada aircraft engines ** L-3 MAS (Canada) Mirabel, QC Replace centre barrels on F/A-18 aircraft L-3 Spar Edmonton, AB Replace outer wings on 3 Aerospace Ltd.
Its cockpit has a simple switch which commands the number 4 and 5 outer wing spoilers to offset slightly while the control column is in a neutral position, creating the drag required to increase the rate of descent.