jet landing barrier

jet landing barrier
аэродромная аварийная тормозная установка для реактивных самолётов; барьер аэродромной аварийной тормозной установки для реактивных самолётов

Англо-русский словарь по авиационным и ракетным базам. - М.: Военное издательство министерства обороны Союза ССР. . 1962.

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