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the speed of an aircraft relative to the ground

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Combine ground speed because of a delay in crop harvesting was adjusted in the area of first level, 2.
This ability, along with ground speeds up to 15 mph, reduces moving time by approximately 1/3 to 1/2--as compared to the traditional lawn tractor--increasing profitability for lawn maintenance services and leisure time for private consumers.
The flight was conducted between KCGF (Cleveland, OH) and KMHV (Mojave, CA) spanning more than 1875 nautical miles over 4 hours and 44 minutes at an average ground speed of 400Kts.
Ground speed oriented with in cab electronic controls
Standard on the 844K and available on the other K-Series models, it adapts to ground speed to deliver smooth low-effort control.
3rd and 4th gears giving the machine a maximum ground speed of 23.
The model also has Honda's revolutionary thumb or palm-operated SMART Drive to give you fingertip control of ground speed.
Key products include control systems for seed and fertilizer application to aide in crop production; planter monitors for seed rate monitoring; grain moisture testers and constituent analyzers used by commercial elevators and individual producers; ground speed sensors for ground speed measurement; and control systems used for maintenance of roadways.
We also had our punching power, ground speed and stamina tested as our coaches attempted to discover who were the best matched opponents for the first fights later this week.
About 1,000 feet before the arresting gear, I remembered to cross-check our ground speed.
Ground speed zero is the place to plan actions--not 160 kts full of gas and bombs.
If they are traveling longer distances at higher ground speed, some customers might prefer to go to severe-duty ties that can be air inflated or poly inflated.
Also, an additional power burst has been designed in, allowing operators to maintain critical ground speed and threshing capacity when unloading on the go.
If they are traveling longer distances at higher ground speed some customers might prefer to go to severe-duty ties that can be air inflated or poly inflated.
Inbound to the LZ from the ship at 1,500 feet we had a 25-knot head wind, shown by comparing our airspeed and doppler ground speed indications.