Definition of radio approach aids

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radio approach aids

'radio approach aids' is an military term. It means '(DOD,NATO) Equipment making use of radio to determine the position of an aircraft with considerable accuracy from the time it is in the vicinity of an airfield or carrier until it reaches a position from which landing can be carried out'.

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