He covers aerodynamics, propulsion, weight, and flight performance considerations in the missile design and system engineering process; measures of merit and launch platform integration/system engineering; sizing examples and sizing tools; and the development process.
What does MOM stand for?
MOM stands for Measures Of Merit
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We have 211 other meanings of MOM in our Acronym Attic
- Many On Many
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- Mars Observer Mission
- Mars Orbiter Mission (Indian Space Research Organization)
- Mary Our Mother (religion)
- Mask of Madness (gaming)
- Master of Magic (computer game)
- Master of Mathematics
- Mean Old Man
- Mean Old Mom
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Warfighting has evolved from using metrics such as tonnage dropped or body counts as measures of merit to "operations conceived and planned in a systems framework that considers the full range of direct, indirect, and cascading effects.
Student aid based purely on merit--especially measures of merit that far surpass college admissions standards-is both unfair and inefficient.
Instead, Abrams changed virtually every aspect of the war, from the concept of its nature to strategy, tactics, and measures of merit.
It will almost certainly not be possible to run enough iterations to bound measures of merit as tightly as a physical scientist would wish; nevertheless, to some extent well designed pre- and postgame analyses can refine those estimates.
All racial groups in our society do not perform equally on those measures of merit that selective colleges and companies use to choose the most qualified applicants.