A reward could be offered to any Syrian Air Force pilot who brings his plane to a neutral airdrome and therefore puts it out of action.
What does A/D stand for?
A/D stands for Airdrome
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 84 other meanings of A/D in our Acronym Attic
- Aircraft Attrition
- Assistant Chief of Staff (also seen as ACOS)
- Akron/Canton Real Estate Investors Association (est. 1986; Stow, OH)
- Acute on Chronic Respiratory Failure
- Alcohol/Controlled Substance Abuse
- Active or Chronic Viral Infection
- Abandonment or Destruction
- Advance/Decline (finance indicator)
- Air Defence (UK)
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For us to attain command of the air around a hostile fleet in its own home waters we must not only destroy its carrier decks, but also all the airdromes or land-based aviation in its vicinity.
From its base at San Severo, the group also strafed enemy airdromes and communication targets.
Valery Nikolayevich Goncharov, Chairman of the Commission on certification of airdromes and equipment stated that “ERA has proven their equipment capable of meeting the exacting requirements of the IAC and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with the company.
Mitchell foresaw these benefits and tied them directly to advantages in national defense as well: We may confidently expect that, when a system of airdromes is established through the country, and proper rules for the regulation of aircraft have been prescribed by law and are well administered, which will guarantee to the public safe transit through the air; when we have developed suitable types of aircraft essentially for commercial purposes, we shall see a greater development of commercial aviation.
In September 1944, ZP-14 established its first advanced base at the Cuers-Pierrefeu Airdrome nearToulon, where in 1929 the German dirigible Graf Zeppelin ( LZ 127) put-in for repairs just prior to making the first around-the-world flight.
50, aircraft in Zokniai Airdrome climbed and landed six times: [L.
However, usually such a wide variation in soil conditions will be found that use of such tests for each little stretch of road or airdrome will be found too time-consuming to be practical.