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 n.— «“These have already flown in the F-22, the F-16 and the F-15,” said Lt. Col. Chris Rounds, “stan-eval” chief—head of standardization and evaluation—for the 917th. He’s an electronic-warfare officer, or, in the parlance of the military, an “ee-dub.” “We’re the first B-52 squadron to implement them.”» —“Air Force to test gear here” by John Andrew Prime Shreveport Times (La.) Jan. 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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