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Warning Noun Synonyms: caution, admonition, advice, counsel, caveat, word (to the wise), tip, notification, notice, threat, lesson, example
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Stall warning
In some aircraft a stall warning device is fitted in the form of a horn or light. This device is set to indicate a stall warning around 5 kts above actual stall speed.

Bird Hazard Warning System
Tags: Bird Strike
A set of procedures, using standard bird watch condition codes, ...

Warning Lights
Along the top you can see a set of warning lights. Earlier models of Robinson spread these all over the panel, in the Beta model they are nicely grouped along the top.

Warning area. An area containing hazards to any aircraft not participating in the activities being conducted in the area. Warning areas may contain intensive military training, gunnery exercises, or special weapons testing.

Warning Area - A warning area is airspace of defined dimensions extending from 3 nautical miles outward from the coast of the USA, that contains activity that may be hazardous to non-participating aircraft.

Warning: Advance notice of the approach of a rapid change in meteorological conditions.
Wash-in: An increase of the angle of incidence of a wing towards the tips.

Warning, Caution, Advisory (WCA).
See: warning, caution, advisory, annunciator, alert;
Wash-out filter.
A filter to smooth a transition due to change of input source, such as when changing modes; See Also: transient-free switch; ...

A signal which alerts the operator to a dangerous condition requiring immediate action (from MIL-STD-1472D); an annunciator that is the most critical ...
See: warning, caution, advisory, annunciator, alert; ...

WAYPOINT- A predetermined geographical position used for route/instrument approach definition, progress reports, published VFR routes, ...

Warnings are issued by local NWS offices when severe thunderstorms or tornadoes are indicated by weather radar, weather observers or trained spotters.

Warning light that illuminates to inform the pilot that a metallic chip has been detected in a particular component.
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Warning: All liability waived! Rocketry is an inherently dangerous undertaking.
Make your choices and take personal responsibility for the outcome of your experiment! ...

Warning: just because this works OK 99% of the time, don't get the idea that it works all of the time. Bad habits are easy to learn and hard to unlearn. Do not get the idea that pulling back on the yoke always makes the airplane go up.

Voice warning systems included in automobiles of the late 1970s to early 1980s, such as the Datsun Z-Car Series found in the 280ZX, were also known as Bitching Betty. The Datsun system issued commands such as "lights are on," or "Left door is open.

North Warning System (NWS) (see COM 6.7.2)
A system that provides airspace surveillance and command and control capability for air defence identification over the northern approaches to the continent.

Official warning or cautionary statement from the US State Department regarding travel to a particular area.

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The major warnings of approaching retreating blade stall conditions are: ...


Suddenly, without warning, my mind forgot where it was and hooked up with the microprocessors. I was no longer sitting in a high-tech lawn chair in Arizona. I had stepped across the virtual threshold into a reality all my own.

Ground Proximity Warning Systems (GPWS) have been mandatory equipment on large transport aircraft for years and been instrumental in preventing some CFIT accidents.

AWACS - Airborne warning and control system; an advanced AEW aircraft, with additional facilities for deployment and control of defence, interception, and counter-strike forces.

AWACS Airborne warning and control system (aircraft category). The USAF programme which spawned the E-3 Sentry and often incorrectly used as the aircraft name itself.

EGPWS : Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System. A system installed on transport-category aircraft that uses a worldwide database of terrain coupled with the aircraft's gps-derived position to provide a predictive warning of terrain ahead of the ...

The Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS), also known as the Ground-Collision Warning System, is a system designed to alert pilots if their aircraft is in immediate danger of flying into the ground.

AEW - Airborne Early Warning
AEW&C - Airborne Early Warning & Control (see AWACS)
AFB - Air Force Base
AFRC - Air Force Reserve Command ...

The character the country should be carefully investigated f the profile maps before starting; all hilly should be marked on the map as a warning landing. Contour is not readily distinguished a height of 2000 ft.

GPWS: Ground Proximity Warning System. A radar-based flight deck system to give pilots audible warning by means of horns, hooters, taped or synthetic voices of terrain close beneath an aircraft's flight path.

All engine performance data can be displayed, and if a limit is exceeded, a warning will alert you of the problem. The warning system includes a voice in the background telling you that you forgot your gear, or that you're too fast or slow.

We got numerous voice warnings of traffic along the way when in range of a participating radar site, although Gauch swears his transponder once said, "Chocolate milk unavailable," instead of the intended, "traffic unavailable.

Standard electrical accessories include the starter, the electric fuel pump, the stall warning horn, the ammeter, and the annuaciator panel.

British scientists had been working on a device that could give them early warning of approaching enemy aircraft even before the war began, ...

The stall warning horn sounds briefly and you add more power. The scud once again floats across the runway only to go away once more. Now you're on a three quarter mile final.

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