ground environment


ground environment
i. The environment that surrounds and affects a system or piece of equipment while it operates on the ground.
ii. That system or part of a system, such as of a guidance system, that functions on the ground. The aggregate of equipment, conditions, facilities, and personnel that go into making up a system, or part of a system, that functions on the ground, such as in an air defense ground environment.

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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