center

center
n Ам.
центр
- AFTN communication center - air communication center - aircrew training center - air traffic control center - airway traffic control center - area communication center - area control center - area forecast center - beam center - bottom dead center - center of air pressure - center of depression - center of force - center of gravity - center of lift - center of mass - center of pressure - collecting center - communication center - control center - elastic center - flight information center - flight test center - flow control center - flying training center - forecast center - John F. Kennedy Space Center - main collecting center - message center - meteorological center - oceanic area control center - pressure center - radar information center - radar processing center - regional area forecast center - regional collecting center - regional control center - rescue co-ordination center - satellite information center - search and rescue center - service center - space center - sub-area communication center - switching center - top dead center - training center - upper area control center - upper information center - weather message switching center - World Area Forecast Center

Англійсько-український словник авіаційних термінів / Уклад.: Р.О. Гільченко. - К.: НАУ. 2009.

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