I believe the United States uses the most aircraft for both civilian and mostly military use.
They didn't invent the bicycle but are usually considered to have invented the aeroplane.
If your spelling is correct, that is what happens when the aircraft rotates on it's axis of flight.
The other version is "role" which refers to the aircraft's job - a fighter, a bomber, a transport etc.
In many air force some aircraft, for instance the C-130 is a "multi-role" aircraft. Units that operate these always have a "role-equip" flight that quickly converts it from a passenger aircraft to a vehicle carrier or a pallet carrier or a paratroop aircraft.
Rafa drives an Aston Martin DBS (JamesBond) and has a wide range of Kia Sportage cars as they are one of his main sponsors.
Some paraplegics are capable of an erection and intercourse. Much depends on the exact location and type of spinal damage. Paraplegics (and quadriplegics) may also get erections spontaneously, without knowing it. Again, it depends on the nerves that have remained intact.
The American Quarter Horse, which has been clocked at over 50 miles per hour for short distances.
Atmospheric pressure is caused by the weight of air above the measurement point. At 30,000 feet in the sky, the air pressure on the outside of the airplane will be much lower than it was nearer the ground.
A flyby craft
Because water has a greater resistance than air, so a boat would need to be incredibly powerful to go supersonic, beyond the limits of current technology. The current water speed record is 'only' 345mph.
thrust from turbines or the pul from propellas
A GPU is a portable electric generator unit that is designed to be connected to an aircraft while it is parked on the ground with its engines off to provide the electricity needed to run its systems. GPUs are typically driven by either gasoline or diesel motors.
Its called that Climbing - in relationship to just after takeoff it's called "climbing out"
A sonic boom occurs by an object traveling through the air faster than the speed of sound.
yaw rotation is a movement around the yaw axis of a rigid body that changes the direction it is pointing, to the left or right of its direction of motion.