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osprey

a large brown bird of prey with white underparts and head. Called also Pandion haliaetus.
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Osprey 2002A traveled directly south during her initial fall migration, east of the Mississippi River, to near New Orleans.
So far, 59 osprey chicks have been successfully reared and released.
In previous acquisition models, all of the groups--the training device managers, classroom instructors and others--defined success separately," Osprey program analyst Robert Cox says.
Eager to deploy the Osprey as soon as possible, the Marines, according to a GAO report, "deleted significant testing that would have provided additional knowledge on Osprey flying qualities.
I supposed it was the pressure of a hungry clutch at home that did not give Osprey the luxury of anger or revenge.
Kelly Hollings, estates officer for Northumbrian Wildlife Trust, who works with the Osprey Watch team, said: "The ospreys have created such a popular following that they even have their own blog, updated daily by the dedicated osprey volunteers giving expert updates on the progress of the birds.
The Osprey 825e has two independent 3G HD-SDI inputs, both ingesting true 3G input (SMPTE 424).
Jumper, originally from Paris, Texas, went to the VMX-22 hangar and shortly after piloted an Osprey.
And some, including the elderly CH-46 Sea Knight and spunky AV-8B Harrier II, will be phased out as they are replaced by the revolutionary MV-22 Osprey and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
WASHINGTON - The Pentagon says enough improvements to the V-22 Osprey have been made to justify resuming test flights next month.
At Osprey Corporation our goal is successful integration of Osprey engineered air systems with your production demands.
The Osprey-240 card includes the new Osprey Aviator[TM] encoder management software, which features an advanced audio processor and video pre-processing tools such as an audio dynamic range compressor, graphic equalizer, vector scope, and waveform monitor, as well as advanced video de-interlacing.