TSgt Murphy re-sited the entire 850K lbs Net Explosive Weight, 24 Potential Explosion Site Temporary Munitions Storage Area, and corrected explosive quantity-distance violations that presented a hazard to HN, USA and USAF resources and personnel.
What does Q-D stand for?
Q-D stands for Quantity-Distance
This definition appears somewhat frequently
We have 6 other meanings of Q-D in our Acronym Attic
- Questions & Requests
- Quick & Rough (production)
- Quality & Reliability Assurance
- Quentin & Uma (actors in the movie Kill Bill)
- Qualifying Plus (qualifying in top 15%, of Super Q; Dog Agility Term)
- Quasi-Two-Dimensional (also seen as Q2D)
- Queue-Based Language
- Quad Cities (metropolitan area of Iowa and Illinois)
- Qatar Chemical Company Ltd.
- Quantized Channel State Information at the Transmitter
- Day for Dress Rehearsal of Atom Bomb Test (June 23, 1946)
- Questionnaire for Eating Disorder Diagnosis
- Queens Gay and Lesbian United (New York)
- 802.1q Tunnel Tags (Cisco)
- Equipment Qualification List
- Quantized Maximum A Posteriori
- Q to Mitral Valve Closure
- Qth-Order Spectral-Null (coding scheme)
- Quantitative Competitive Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Quantity Per End Article
Samples in periodicals archive:
The quantity-distance was calculated using the equation: D (ft) = K x [W.
He also collaborated with Army Quality Assurance Specialist Ammunition Surveillance to integrate Air Force and Army explosive safety standards to ensure Quantity-Distance (Q-D) criteria were met for a new Ammunition Supply Point (ASP).