Walker's outstanding airmanship, dedication to safety and technical order knowledge provided valuable training to all involved including three mission commander up-grades as well as saving a $25M asset with no casualties.
What does TO stand for?
TO stands for Technical Order
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 78 other meanings of TO in our Acronym Attic
- Tactical Operations
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- Tactics Ogre (PSX game)
- Take Over (Internet Relay Chat)
- Tangible Object
- Tanki Online
- Task Order
- Task Organization
- Technical Officer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Air Force Reserve Command is testing the iPad at Homestead ARB along with five other locations based on variations in climates and other geological factors," said Corey Runge, Technical Order Distribution Office for Quality Assurance.
Option two: Designate your time compliance technical order as a depot-level installation.
The categories of the services provided under the TCP listed in AFMAN 16-101 include Maintenance Data, Deficiency Reports, Spares Support, Modifications, Technical Data, Technical Order Improvement Report and Reply, Configuration Status Accounting, Mishap Investigation, Technical Problem Resolution, Technology Restrictions and Foreign Disclosure, and Technical Changes to Aircraft/Missile Systems or Subsystems.
Air Force personnel receive information from many sources and in many forms, for example a briefing summary, a message from a commander, a remote sensor, a notification of an aircraft maintenance technical order change, a notification of a new training program, or an air-tasking order.
I can't take the space to list all the orders this pilot violated, not counting terrifying the folks in the back, but here is the most important one: Technical Order 6-49 restricts the SNB-JRB type to "normal flying.