Acronym/Abbreviation meaning of V/STOL (US Military)

The acronym V/STOL(US Military) means : Vertical/short Takeoff And Landing

Acronyms, abbreviations and meanings similar to V/STOL

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Short Take-Off And Landing

Short Takeoff or Landing

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Vertical and/or Short Take-Off and Landing

Very Short Takeoff and Landing

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V/STOL

V/STOL craft that do not require runways at all. Generally, a V/STOL aircraft needs to be able to hover. Helicopters are not considered under the V/STOL

NUAA V/STOL UAV

NUAA V/STOL UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), and they are experimental UAVs intended to explore

NWPU V/STOL UAV

NWPU V/STOL UAVs are Chinese V/STOL UAVs developed by Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU). Most of these are proof of concept experimental UAVs

Harrier Jump Jet

attack aircraft capable of vertical/short takeoff and landing operations (V/STOL). Named after a bird of prey, it was originally developed by British manufacturer

VTOL

lacking landing gear that can handle horizontal motion. VTOL is a subset of V/STOL (vertical and/or short take-off and landing). Some lighter-than-air aircraft

Javelin V6 STOL

The Javelin V6 STOL is an American STOL homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by Javelin Aircraft of Wichita, Kansas. When it was available

CDADI V/STOL UAV

CDADI V/STOL UAVs are Chinese experimental UAVs developed by Chengdu Aircraft Design Institute (CDADI), also known as the 611th (Research) Institute (611所)

V-STOL Pairadigm

V-STOL Pairadigm (English: Paradigm) is an American twin-engine center-line thrust STOL homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by V-STOL Aircraft

NCHU V/STOL UAV

NCHU V/STOL UAVs are several Chinese UAVs developed by Nanchang Hangkong University (NCHU), most of which are experimental aircraft used to explore different

V-STOL Solution

The V-STOL Solution is an American ultralight aircraft that was designed by Dick Turner in 1998 and produced by V-STOL Aircraft. The aircraft was supplied

V/STOL

V/STOL craft that do not require runways at all. Generally, a V/STOL aircraft needs to be able to hover. Helicopters are not considered under the V/STOL

NUAA V/STOL UAV

NUAA V/STOL UAVs are Chinese UAVs developed by Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA), and they are experimental UAVs intended to explore

NWPU V/STOL UAV

NWPU V/STOL UAVs are Chinese V/STOL UAVs developed by Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU). Most of these are proof of concept experimental UAVs

Harrier Jump Jet

attack aircraft capable of vertical/short takeoff and landing operations (V/STOL). Named after a bird of prey, it was originally developed by British manufacturer

VTOL

lacking landing gear that can handle horizontal motion. VTOL is a subset of V/STOL (vertical and/or short take-off and landing). Some lighter-than-air aircraft

V-STOL Pairadigm

V-STOL Pairadigm (English: Paradigm) is an American twin-engine center-line thrust STOL homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by V-STOL Aircraft

CDADI V/STOL UAV

CDADI V/STOL UAVs are Chinese experimental UAVs developed by Chengdu Aircraft Design Institute (CDADI), also known as the 611th (Research) Institute (611所)

V-STOL Solution

The V-STOL Solution is an American ultralight aircraft that was designed by Dick Turner in 1998 and produced by V-STOL Aircraft. The aircraft was supplied

America-class amphibious assault ship

using helicopters and MV-22B Osprey V/STOL transport aircraft, supported by AV-8B Harrier II or F-35 Lightning II V/STOL aircraft and various attack helicopters

Javelin V6 STOL

The Javelin V6 STOL is an American STOL homebuilt aircraft that was designed and produced by Javelin Aircraft of Wichita, Kansas. When it was available

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Log in Sign up You are on Twitter Mobile because you are using an old version of Firefox. Learn more here Search Refresh Enter a topic, @name, or fullname Tom Rogan @TomRtweets Jun 12 The F-35B was very loud because its V/STOL system was at least partially engaged - so a lot of downward engine noise. View details · NASA Aeronautics @NASAaero 10h Today at 2PM in Fleur De Lis A: "V/STOL and VTOL Design Methodologies, Issues, and Assessments" with Gregory Gatlin of @NASA_Langley. #AIAAaviation pic.twitter.com/mT4k3mdRHv View photo · WrightState Archives @WrightStArchive Jun 13 Today for #ArchiveBox 58 we wandered down the first opened shelf area until we found a box 58. Here we have lots of reports related to V/STOL aircraft from the 1950s-1960s. #exploreyourarchive pic.twitter.com/jw3OK5FZmT View photo · Jack Ryan @actualjackryan Jun 12 Replying to @Dmorrison1979 @TheRickWilson The SR-71 and C-5/17 are tops I’ve heard in person and I definitely go back as far as F-4 territory. I mean loud on the ground immediately prior to rolling out. The F-35 VSTOL is massively loud. View conversation · KELLY CLELLAND 1 @KELLYCLELLAND1 Jun 11 @NeilClark66 🤔 Latest Oliver Kamm jokes like the one where small poisoned lying NeoCon #Russophobe fat ugly dwarf of old London wants Japan to build more aircraft carriers in Pacific and send latest one being converted from a helicopter carrier to Fixed wing VSTOL carrier with View details · Виктор Столяренко @vstol1 Аристарх @RJvBVzgyiVSTolG Alaattin küçük @vstol_05 View more people Graham Warwick @TheWoracle Jun 14 Replying to @pilotlessVTOL And here was me thinking it was “V/STOL pilots do it vertically” View conversation · Tuffer @TufferB Jun 18 Replying to @thinkdefence Room on the aft deck for some vstol action. View conversation · Alex Luck @AlexLuck9 Jun 14 Well yeah, the #Spanish are in a real pickle here. Unless they want to retire CV-based #VSTOL capability, they would seem to be compelled in buying F-35B. And to make that viable, more than the 12 AC they have now seem needed. #F35 Via @sprengkopf_dc: defensenews.com/global/europe/… View summary · Nick Kocharhook 🇪🇺 @k9 Jun 16 Replying to @eparillon Imagine being woken up by your neighbour's V/STOL taxi arriving at 1am to drop them off after a night out. >_< View conversation · John Boughton @sbdorset Jun 11 Replying to @hthjones If you require capacity, range, speed and VSTOL all in one package then the answer is V-22. Powered by RR. View conversation · newcavanman @newcavanman Jun 16 Replying to @RAFView It was a NATO prog from the 60s, to encourage the use of vstol a/c. Both UK and French also had progs for vstol transports, HS681 and BR941. I may be wrong on those titles View conversation · Mark Zanker @MarkZanker Jun 14 Replying to @BristolAero And you can get up close to the mighty Harrier VSTOL jet and its Bristol designed and built Pegasus engine. View conversation · The Urbane Planner @nullum_tempus Jun 12 Replying to @SirajAHashmi From the apparent speed, it was likely the V/STOL F-35B with its exhaust nozzles pointed downward(ish) to allow it to fly slow, which would significantly increase the perceived noise level compared to standard flight configurations View conversation · Lord Flashheart @EatKnuckleFritz Jun 15 I don't think Hawker Siddeley were using this as a project title when designing the v/stol prototypes....... I might be wrong though? 😎 twitter.com/qikipedia/stat… View details · Graham Warwick @TheWoracle Jun 11 Mark Moore redefines the famed V/STOL Wheel as the ⁦@ElectricVTOL⁩ Wheel. Distillation of different concepts @uber Elevate 2019 pic.twitter.com/4BESI9t8xE View photo · Dr Ron @GbhvfRon Jun 17 Replying to @KevinMKruse @SpitfireFilly You don't get to be a post-grad student without first graduating (the hint is in the name). I was a qualified aero engineer before I took an MSc in Rotorcraft and V/STOL a/c and I held both a BSc and an MSc whilst I was a doctoral student. What I lacked was work experience. View conversation · ken cha_OzVeteransVote @coolrunning2009 Jun 12 Replying to @Source_Persil @thinkdefence Hi @Source_Persil 2 questions:- 1) #please provide F35B reliability issues, as all I’ve seen are opinion pieces or trials data issues which has been fixed 2) When did gripen get VSTOL capability To me story wasn’t distributed airbases, it was ability for for adhoc operation View conversation · ✈ Dene ✈ @dene42 Jun 18 Replying to @Lins_Rumbold As a no-kids chap, I'd say it's an aeroplane....Vstol...like the harrier. Rotors or propellers is the question. Does size actually matter 😉 View conversation · Dave @D_Opus Jun 12 Replying to @AnonymousSooner @TheDEWLine @DavidLarter The F-35 is great for the Marines. Less great for USAF and USN. Joint Strike Fighter was trying to save money by having one jet for everyone. That doesn't really work. Requirements for USAF, USMC, USN are just too different. F-111 was a similar issue (without VSTOL). View conversation · Dave @D_Opus Jun 12 Replying to @TheDEWLine @DavidLarter It comes down 2 what the plane is (stealth attack jet) vs. what pilots want it 2 be, a mini F-22 that kicks ass as a traditional fighter. It wasn't designed to be both. Given compromises in design to create the VSTOL -B model (fat fuselage, high drag) it's not a fast interceptor. View conversation · Load older Tweets Back to top · Turn images off

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