high-speed aircraft

high-speed aircraft
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  • high-speed yoyo — A combat maneuver where the pilots trade height for speed, and vice versa. When an attacker realizes that he is unable to stay inside of the defender’s turn, he relaxes his angle of bank slightly and then pulls up. As he comes over the top, he… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Eight-Foot High Speed Tunnel — Infobox nrhp name = Eight Foot High Speed Tunnel nrhp type = nhl caption = The turning vanes of the Eight Foot High Speed Tunnel lat degrees = 37 lat minutes = 4 lat seconds = 49 lat direction = N long degrees = 76 long minutes = 20 long seconds …   Wikipedia

  • Planned high-speed rail by country — This article provides of planned or proposed High speed rail projects, listed by country. High speed rail is public transport by rail at speeds in excess of 200 km/h (125 mph). [ [http://www.uic.asso.fr/gv/article.php3?id article=14 General… …   Wikipedia

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