Recent Examples of flight deck from the Web
The researchers hope future applications of the device could be as varied as helping people who have disabilities to even being used in high-noise environments like on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.
The Austal ships, with their trimaran hulls, have an exceptionally large hangar and flight deck to support aviation.
The problem with using a handheld device on a carrier flight deck is that the deck is constantly changing, with aircraft and vehicles constantly moving around and posing a potential hazard.
The Marine Corps is experimenting with the idea of using rocket launchers in amphibious assaults even before a beachhead is carved out, firing them from the flight decks of Navy ships.
Crew members used a 70 mm camera to shoot the photo through windows on the shuttle's flight deck.
Because the carrier's runway is so short, our plane had a tail hook to catch one of the cable wires on the flight deck and keep us from skidding into the ocean.
The fire and explosion also damaged 2 other Harriers on the flight deck and a $3.6 million dollar electro-optical targeting pod.
Trump and his wife also visited Navy and Marine Corps personnel on the flight deck of the USS Kearsarge.
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First Known Use of flight deck
FLIGHT DECK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of flight deck for English Language Learners
: the top deck of an aircraft carrier
: the area where the pilots sit in a large airplane
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