having a crew
"a manned earth satellite was considered a necessary research step"
Having a crew; -- of vehicles; as, a manned earth satellite was considered a necessary research step; to minimize casualties, the military used cruise missiles rather than manned aircraft for the bombardment. Opposite of unmanned.
Operated by, performed by, or transporting a person; crewed.
The numerical value of manned in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of manned in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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We still need to put a heavier third engine to ensure this vehicle can be used successfully for manned missions and heavier satellite launches.
In manned platforms, aerial refueling is a challenging maneuver because of the precision required by the pilot to engage the basket, adding an autonomous functionality creates another layer of complexity.
We will continue in our commitment to provide the best manned, trained, and equipped special operations personnel to execute our nation's most difficult and sensitive missions, with that in mind, we can assure you that our high standards will not be lowered.
They’re not trying to fix the problem — it’s more Band-Aids, they’re trying to spend the least amount of money to get the best benefit. If they really want to fix the problem, all they have to do is take more people out of planes that are over-manned.
The subject involved in today's incident had come to the attention of the USSS approximately one and a half years ago, on October 4, 2013, the Secret Service obtained information from a concerned citizen about an individual purporting their desire to land a single manned aircraft on the grounds of the United States Capitol or the White House.
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