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- Aerospace engineering : The branch of engineering that concerns aircraft, spacecraft, and related topics.
- Aerospace : With the development of operations extending beyond the earth's atmosphere, a more general term than air warfare
- Aerostat : A vehicle, such as a balloon or an airship, which is lifted by buoyancy,
- Air Force One : The air traffic control callsign indicating an aircraft carrying the United States President.
- Air Mobility Command : The organization responsible for readiness of United States Air Force transport and air refueling aircraft, which report, for operations, to United States Transportation Command
- Air refueling : Transferring fuel from one aircraft to another while both are in flight.
- Airborne (disambiguation) : Add brief definition or description
- Airship : A buoyant aircraft that can be steered and propelled through the air.
- Atmospheric reentry : The movement of human-made or natural objects as they enter the atmosphere of a planet from outer space, in the case of Earth from an altitude above the 'edge of space.'
- Balloon (aircraft) : Lighter-than-air craft that remains aloft due to its buoyancy, and without a propulsion system, lifted by inflation of one or more containers with a gas lighter than air or with heated air.
- Boeing : US-based company making aircraft and spacecraft.
- Buoyancy : The upward force exerted on an object that is partially or completely immersed in a fluid having a density that is higher than the density of the object.
- Cargo cult : A group of social movements that began in Melanesia in the late nineteenth century which believe that manufactured goods, including canned goods, airplanes, and automobiles, were created by spirits or ancestors of Melanesian people.
- Caterpillar Club : An informal association whose members have successfully used a parachute to bail out of a disabled aircraft.
- Cobalt : A hard, lustrous, grey metal, a chemical element with symbol Co and atomic number 27.
- Computer simulation : A computer program that attempts to simulate an abstract model of a particular system.
- Flight (biology) : Aerial locomotion by living organisms.
- Gas balloon : Any balloon that stays aloft due to being filled with a gas less dense than air or lighter than air (such as helium or hydrogen).
- Geophysical MASINT : A branch of measurement and signature intelligence that involves phenomena transmitted through the earth (ground, water, atmosphere) and manmade structures including emitted or reflected sounds, pressure waves, vibrations, and magnetic field or ionosphere disturbances.
- Glider : Type of unpowered aircraft that uses aerodynamic lift to slow its rate of descent.
- Helicopter : Aircraft with one or more power-driven horizontal rotors, each rotor consisting of two or more rotor blades, that enable it to take off and land vertically, move in any direction, or remain stationary in the air.
- Hindenburg (LZ-129) : Large German commercial passenger-carrying rigid airship, the lead ship of the Hindenburg class, the largest flying machines of any kind ever built, until destroyed by fire on 6 May 1937.
- Hot air balloon : Buoyant aircraft which uses a nonporous envelope of thin material that is filled with heated air capable of lifting a suspended payload into the atmosphere.
- Hybrid airship : Aircraft that combines characteristics of heavier-than-air (fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter), and lighter than air (airship), technology.
- Imagery intelligence : the practice of taking and interpreting visible and infrared light photographs and video, radar imagery, and other ways to form pictures of subjects of interest
- International Space Station : A space station currently in earth orbit assembled collaboratively by the space agencies of many nations.
- Lift (force) : Force created on an object that is perpendicular to its direction of motion as it moves through a fluid.
- Lightning : An atmospheric discharge of electricity accompanied by thunder, which typically occurs during thunderstorms, and sometimes during volcanic eruptions or dust storms.
- Non-rigid airship : Airship without an internal supporting framework or keel.
- Penguin : Large-bodied flightless birds found from their southernmost range on Antarctica to north on the Galapagos Islands at the equator.
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- : A vehicle, missile or aircraft which obtains thrust by ejection of a fast moving fluid from a rocket engine.
- SIGINT aircraft-based platforms : An aircraft or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that carries signals intelligence sensors
- SIGINT before the Second World War : Add brief definition or description
- SIGINT from 1945 to 1989 : Add brief definition or description
- SIGINT ground-based platforms : Fixed, transportable or mobile facilities, on land, which contain signals intelligence sensors
- SIGINT ship-based platforms : Signals intelligence collection systems mounted on surface ships
- SIGINT space-based platforms : Add brief definition or description
- SIGINT submarine-based platforms : Add brief definition or description
- Signals intelligence from 1990 to the present : Technology and history of signals intelligence from 1990 to the present time
- Signals intelligence : the practice of acquiring information through monitoring the electromagnetic signals deliberately trasmitted by an opponent, including communications (COMINT) and non-communications electronics such as radar (ELINT).
- Space debris : Man-made objects in earth orbit that no longer serve any useful purpose.
- Tailhook : Hook on the underside of some aircraft which catches an arresting wire for short distance landings.
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle : Powered aircraft, which do not carry humans and can be either remote-controlled by human operators or operate under its own computer control, and can carry lethal or nonlethal payloads (i.e., weapons and sensors)
- Zeppelin : A type of rigid airship pioneered by German Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin in the early 20th century.