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Thursday, February 25, 2010

Tendulkar First To Break 200-Run Barrier In OdIs

MEMBER OF THE NEWEST CLUB: Sachin Tendulkar acknowledges the rapturous
applause from the Gwalior crowd after reaching the 200-run milestone
against South Africa in the second Onedayer at the Roop Singh Stadium
on Wednesday

Gwalior: Never annoy the Master. And that is what the South Africans
seemed to have done when they doubted a save by Sachin Tendulkar on
the boundary during the close finish in the first One-dayer in Jaipur
on Sunday. And they got the reply three days later as a Sachin-storm
blew them away on Wednesday.
After 50 overs and 226 minutes of blast at the Captain Roop Singh
Stadium, the little champion became the first man to get a double
hundred in Onedayers, returning unbeaten on exactly 200 and helping
India post 401 for three.
He, in the process, went past the highest individual score in
ODIs, 194 which was achieved by both Saeed Anwar of Pakistan and
Charles Coventry of Zimbabwe. Despite a fighting century from AB de
Villiers, those mountain of runs proved too much of a climb for the
visitors as they crumbled to 248 all out to hand India a 153-run
victory. De Villiers returned hut unbeaten on 114 (6x2, 4x13, 101b).
That meant the hosts wrapped up the three-match series with a game
yet to be played. The series win also ensured that India retained
their No. 2 ODI ranking.
After MS Dhoni opted to bat first, it was a Tendulkar show all the
way. The maestro was in silken touch from the very start with some
breathtaking display of willow-wielding at the venue that tends to
bring out the best in him — Tendulkar has played match-winning knocks
here during his last two visits, 97 against Pakistan and 100 versus
But none can be compared to this one. Pulling, driving, sweeping,
cutting... it seemed he was in a different zone. It was a surreal
experience for the 30,000 fans. Those lucky to be here can now tell
their grandchildren that they were there when Tendulkar was scripting
his dream sequence that contained three huge sixes and 25 boundaries
and took just 147 balls.
Suffering from cramps and fatigue in the last minutes of the
innings, he managed a single in the final over to reach the coveted
mark even as Dhoni went hammer and tongs to help India cross the
400-mark in ODIs for the third time.
It wasn't a perfect start for India with dangerman Virendra
Sehwag, declared fit to play in the morning, departing early. But with
Tendulkar looking infallible, Dinesh Karthik proved the ideal foil at
the other end and there was no stopping India. Growing in confidence
in the master's company, Karthik too made the bowlers look ordinary as
the duo put on 194 runs for the second wicket. Karthik collected 75
runs off 85 deliveries before holing out to Herschelle Gibbs at
mid-wicket off Parnell.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Engineering Services 2010 Appendix - II General Instructions

Appendix - II General Instructions

Engineering Services 2010
Appendix - II General Instructions


1. Candidates who wish to apply offline must use only the form supplied with the information Brochure purchased from any of the designated Head Post Offices/Post Offices listed in Appendix III. Form should be purchased from designated post offices only and not from any other agency. Candidates must use the form supplied with the Information Brochure only and they should in no case use photocopy/reproduction/unauthorisedly printed copy of the Form. The form will NOT be supplied by the Commission's office.

2. The application form must be filled in by the candidates in their own handwriting. Since this form will be processed on computerised machines, candidates should exercise due care in handling and filling up the application form. They should use HB pencil only to darken the circles. For writing in the boxes, they should use blue or black pen.

Scince the entries made by the candidates by darkening the circles will be taken into account while processing the applications on computerised machines, they should make these entries very carefully and accurately. Entries in the boxes are meant for confirmatory purposes and these should also, therefore, be made correctly. There should be no variation between the entries made by the candidates by darkening the circles and those written in the accompanying boxes.  Candidates should note that it is mandatory to fill both of these fields carefully so that there is no variation between the two entries.

3. Candidates should ensure that the signatures appended by them in all the places viz. in their application form, Attendance List etc. and in all the correspondence with the Commission, should be identical and there should be no variation of any kind. If any variation is found in the signatures appended by him at different places, his candidature will be liable to be cancelled by the Commission.

4. No change in the entries made in original application form will be allowed under any circumstances.

5. The candidates are advised in their own interest to ensure that the applications reach the Commission's Office on or before the closing date. Applications received in the Commission's Office after the closing date will not be considered.

6. While filling in his application form, the candidate should carefully decide about his choice for the centre and engineering disciplines for the examination. More than one application from a candidate giving different centres and/or engineering disciplines will not be accepted in any case. Even if a candidate sends more than one completed application, the Commission will accept only one application at their discretion and the Commission's decision in the matter shall be final.

7. On the Acknowledgement Card, the candidates should write their application form No. (as printed below the bar code on the form) and the name of examination viz. "Engineering Service Examination, 2010". They should also write clearly and legibly their mailing address on the Acknowledgement Card. A postage stamp of Rs. 6/- should be affixed on the card. The Acknowledgement Card should not be stapled or pinned or tagged or pasted with the Application Form.

Eligibility Conditions (in brief)

(i) Age limits :

21-30 years as on 1.8.2010. (Upper age limit relaxable for SCs/Sts, OBCs and certain other categories as specified in Para 3(ii) of Notice).

(ii) Educational Qualifications :

Degree in Engineering or equivalent. M.Sc Degree or its equivalent with Wireless Communication, Electronics, Radio Physics or Radio Engineering as a special subject also acceptable for certain posts. (See Para 3(iii) of Notice).

(iii) Fee :

Rs. 100/- (Rupees one hundred only)

(No fee for Females/SCs/STs/Physically Handicapped only).

(Ref. Para 4 of Notice).

Instructions to candidates for filling up the Common Application Form for the Engineering Service Examination, 2010.

Side 1 of Application Form

Column 1 : Examination for which applying

Darken the circle against "ENGG", in the box pertaining to Name of examination, write ENGG starting from the first box on the left. Also write 2010 in the boxes meant for year of examination.

Candidates are advised to ensure that the name of examination viz. ENGG is correctly written by them in the box.  Any error in this regard may result in rejection of their application form.

Column 2 : Fee

If you have paid the requisite fee of Rs. 100/- (Rupees One hundred only), darken circle 1 and write 1 in the box; or

If you have not paid the fee and are claiming fee remission as Female, SC, ST or Physically Handicapped, darken circle 2 and write 2 in the box.

N.B. : Fee is payable only in the form of Central Recruitment Fee Stamp, as per instructions against Column 12.

Column 3 : (I) Whether Physically Handicapped?

If you are not a physically handicapped person, darken circle 1 for No and write 1 in the box; or

If you are a physically handicapped person, darken circle 2 for yes and write 2 in the box.

(II) If yes, indicate category

Fill up this Column only if your answer to Column 3(I) is yes.

If you are Orthopaedically handicapped, darken circle 1 and write 1 in the box; or

If you are Blind, darken circle 2 and write 2 in the box; or

If you are Deaf-Mute, darken circle 3 and write 3 in the box.

Column 4 : Community

If you belong to SC, darken circle 1 and write 1 in the box; or

If you belong to ST, darken circle 2 and write 2 in the box; or

If you belong to OBC, darken circle 3 and write 3 in the box; or

If you belong to General Category (Others), darken circle 4 and write 4 in the box.

Note 1 : Candidates belonging to OBCs but coming in the Creamy Layer and thus not being entitled to OBC reservation should indicate their community as General Category (Others) Code No. 4".

Note 2 : Candidates belonging to neither SC, ST, nor OBC communities should write Code No. 4 (General Category) against the Column for Community and not leave it blank.

Note 3 : No change in the community status indicated by a candidate in his/her application form for the Examination will ordinarily be allowed by the Commission at a subsequent stage.

Column 5 : Sex

If you are Male, darken circle 1 and write 1 in the box; or

If you are Female, darken circle 2 and write 2 in the box;

Column 6 : Nationality

If you are an Indian national, darken circle 1 and write 1 in the box; or

If you are not an Indian national, darken circle 2 and write 2 in the box.

Column 7 : Name of the candidate

For filling up this column, first write in the boxes your full name (in English) in capital letters exactly as recorded in your Matriculation/High School/Secondary or equivalent examination certificate. Write a single letter in a box. Leave a box blank between any two parts of the name. Then darken the corresponding circle below each letter. Do not darken a circle below a blank box. Do not overshoot the boxes. Abbreviate name only if necessary. Do not use any prefix such as shri, Kum., Dr. etc with your name.

See sample filled up form in the information brochure for guidance.

Column 8 : Date of Birth

Darken the appropriate circles for the day, month and year of your birth as recorded in your Matriculation/High School/Secondary or equivalent examination certificate. Then write in the boxes using numerals 01 to 31 for day; numerals 01 to 12 for month and the last two digits for the year of birth.

Column 9 : Father's Name

Write your father's name (in English) in capital letters. Write a single letter in each box. Leave a box blank between any two parts of the name.  Do not use any prefix such as Shri, Dr. etc.

Column 10 : Address

Write your complete mailing address including your name in English capital letters or Hindi within the box provided for the purpose. Also write the PIN Code therein. Write with blue or black ball pen only. Do not write outside the box. Please note that this address will be photocopied as such in all letters to be sent to you and therefore, it should be very clearly and legibly written.

If you make any mistake in writing the address, cover the whole box with an exact sized white paper slip and rewrite your address on that.

Column 11 : Photograph

Paste firmly in the space provided your recent photograph of 4 cm. x 5 cm. size (preferably in black & white).  Do not staple the photograph. Photograph should neither be signed by you nor it should be got attested.

Column 12 : Space for CRF Stamp

Fee to be paid for the Engineering Service Examination is Rs. 100/- (Rupees One hundred only). Female, SC/ST and Physically Handicapped candidates are not required to pay any fee. No fee exemption is however available to OBC candidates and they are required to pay the full prescribed  full fee.

Fee is payable only through Central Recruitment Fee Stamp (Not postage stamps). No other mode of payment is acceptable. Obtain only one single CRF Stamp of Rs. 100/- denomination from the post office and paste it firmly within the box. After pasting the CRF Stamp on the form, get it cancelled from the post office of purchase in the space provided. Do not staple the CRF Stamp.

Side 2 of Application Form

Column 13 : (I) Are you residing in a remote area or abroad

If you are residing in a remote area specified in Para 6 of the Notice of the Examination or abroad, darken circle 1 against Yes and write 1 in the box; or

If you are not residing in a specified remote area/abroad, darken circle 2 against No and write 2 in the box.

N.B. : Candidates residing in a remote area specified in the Notice of the Examination or abroad are entitled to one week's additional time for submission of application form.

(II) If yes, indicate area code :

Darken the appropriate circles for the area code as given below and then write the same code in the boxes.








Jammu & Kashmir




Lahaul and Spiti District
and Pangi Sub Division of
Chamba District of
Himachal Pradesh


Arunachal Pradesh








Andaman & Nicobar Islands










Column 14 : Examination Centre Code

Choose the Examination Centre from the list given below where you wish to appear and see its code. Darken the appropriate circles and then write the same code in the boxes. Do not indicate more than one centre.

List of centres of Examination











Panaji ( Goa )












Port Blair


Aligarh 21
































































 Dispur (Guwahati)




Column 15 : Educational Qualification Code

Codes prescribed for educational qualification are as follows :

Code Educational qualification

01 If you have already passed the requisite qualifying Examination;

02 If you have appeared/appearing at the requisite qualifying Examination;

Choose the correct code applicable in your case and darken the appropriate circles. Write the same code in the boxes.

Column 16 : (I) Whether claiming age relaxation

If you are claiming age relaxation, darken circle 1 for Yes and write 1 in the box; or

If you are not claiming age relaxation, darken circle 2 for No and write 2 in the box.

(II) If Yes, indicate category code

Fill up this Column only if your response to Column 16(I) is Yes.

Darken the appropriate circles for category code given below and then write the same code in the boxes.

Category - Codes for Claiming Age Relaxation

(Refer Para 3(ii) (b)&(c) of Commission's Notice published in the Employment News/Rozgar Samachar as amended)


Code No. Category Extent of Age Relaxation Permissible
01 SC and ST     5 years
02 OBC     3 years
03 Certain categories of Departmentalal Government servants who are covered under Para 3(II) (b) of Commission's Notice published in Employment News     5 years
04 Departmental Government Servants (as against Code No.03)     + SC/ST   10 years
05 Departmental Government Servants (as against Code No.03) + OBC   8 years
06 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons.     10 years
07 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons + SC/ST   15 years
08 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons + OBC   13 years
09 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons   +Departmental Govt. Servants (as againstCode No. 03) 15 years
10 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons + SC/ST +Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 20 years
11 Blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons + OBC + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 18 years
12 Defence Services Personnel disabled in operations during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof.     3 years
13 Defence Services Personnel (as against Code No. 12) + SC/ST   8 years
14 Defence Services Personnel (as against Code No. 12) + OBC   6 years
15 Defence Services Personnel (as against Code No. 12)   + Departmental Govt.Servants (as against Code No. 03) 8 years
16 Defence Services Personnel (as against Code No. 12) + SC/ST + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 13 years
17 Defence Services Personnel (as against Code No. 12) + OBC + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 11 years
18 Ex-Servicemen including Commissioned offices and ECOs/ SSCOs who have rendered at least five years Military Service as on 1st August, 2010 and have been released (i) on completion of assignment (including those whose assignment is due to be completed within one year from 1st August, 2010) otherwise than by way of dismissal or discharge on account of misconduct or inefficiency; or (ii) on account of physical disability attributable to Military Service; or (iii) on invalidment.     5 years
19 Ex-Servicemem including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 18) + SC/ST   10 years
20 Ex-Servicemem including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 18) + OBC   8 years
21 Ex-Servicemem including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 18)   + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 10 years
22 Ex-Servicemem including Commissioned Officers Servants and ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 18) + SC/ST + Departmental Govt. (as against Code No. 03) 15 years
23 Ex-Servicemem including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 18) + OBC + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 13 years
24 ECOs/SSCOs who have completed an initial period of assignment of five years of Military Service as on 1st August, 2010 and whose assignment has been extended beyond five years and in whose case the Ministry of Defence issues a certificate that they can apply for civil employment and that they will be released on three months notice on selection from the date of receipt of offer of appointment.     5 years
25 ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 24) + SC/ST   10 years
26 ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 24) + OBC   8 years
27 ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 24)   + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 10 years
28 ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 24) + SC/ST + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 15 years
29 ECOs/SSCOs (as against Code No. 24) + OBC +Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 13 years
30 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of Jammu & Kashmir during the period from 1st January, 1980 to 31st December, 1989     5 years
31 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of J & K (as against Code No. 30) + SC/ST   10 years
32 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of J & K (as against Code No. 30) + OBC   8 years
33 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of J & K (as against Code No. 30)   + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 10 years
34 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of J & K (as against Code No. 30) + ST/CT + Departmental Govt. Servants (as against Code No. 03) 15 years
35 Candidates who had ordinarily been domiciled in the State of J & K (as against Code No. 30) + OBC + Departmental Govt.Servants (as against Code No. 03) 13 years


Columns 17 to 20 :

Candidates applying for the Engineering Service Examination are not required to fill any of these columns. They should therefore, leave these columns blank.

Columns 21 : Engineering Services Examination

Darken circle against the branch of Engineering (i.e. Civil, Mechanical, Electrical or Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering) for which you wish to compete at the examination (only one Branch of Engineering to be specified) and write the appropriate code in the box.

Columns 22 :

Candidates appearing for the Engineering Services Examination are not required to fill this column. They should, therefore, leave this Column blank.

Column 23 : Declaration

The candidate must read the declaration carefully before signing. In Sub-para (i), the candidates must fill up the Examination Notice number viz. 05/2010-ENGG and date of publication of Notice in Employment News/Rozgar Samachar viz., 30.01.2010 in the spaces provided before the asterisk marks.

Column 24 : Signature of candidate

Make your usual signature in blue or black ball pen within the box provided. Your signature must not overflow or touch the border of the box provided. Do not merely write your name in capital letters in place of signature. Unsigned applications will be rejected.

Also write the place and date of signing the form in the spaces provided for the purpose.

Verify the following before mailing the application

1. That you have used the application form purchased from the designated Head Post Offices/Post Offices only.

2. That you have filled in all the relevant columns of the application form by blackening the appropriate circles and also writing the corresponding code(s) in boxes. It may be carefully checked that there is no variation between the entries made by you by darkening the circles and those written in the accompanying boxes.

3. That you have affixed your recent photograph preferable in Black and White (unsigned and unattested) in column 11 of the application form.

4. That in case you are required to pay fee, you have affixed a Central Recruitment Fee Stamp of Rs. 100/- denomination in column 12 of the application form and have got it cancelled from the Post Office.

5. That you have signed in column 24 of the application form.

6. That only one application form and one acknowledgement card is being mailed in the envelope supplied to you with the Brochure and no other enclosure is attached therewith.

7. That you have written the name of examination viz., "Engineering Service Examination, 2010" on the envelope meant for despatch of application form and acknowledgement card.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010


(For both objective and conventional type papers)


Timber : Different types and species of structural timber, density-moisture relationship, strength in different directions, defects, influence of defects on permissible stress, preservation, dry and wet rots, codal provisions for design, Plywood.

Bricks : Types, Indian Standard classification, absorption, saturation factor, strength in masonry, influence of morter strength on masonry strength.

Cement : Compounds of, different types, setting times, strength.

Cement Mortar : Ingredients, proportions, water demand, mortars for plastering and masonry.

Concrete : Importance of W/C Ratio, Strength, ingredients including admixtures, workability, testing for strength, elasticity, non-destructive testing, mix design methods.


Elastic constants, stress, plane stress, Mohr's circle of stress, strains, plane strain, Mohr's circle of strain, combined stress; Elastic theories of failure; Simple bending, shear; Torsion of circular and rectangular sections and simple members.


Analysis of determinate structures - different methods including graphical methods.

Analysis of indeterminate skeletal frames - moment distribution, slope-deflection, stiffness and force methods, energy methods, Muller-Breslau principle and application.

Plastic analysis of indeterminate beams and simple frames - shape factors.


Principles of working stress method. Design of connections, simple members, Built-up sections and frames, Design of Industrial roofs. Principles of ultimate load design. Design of simple members and frames.

Limit state design for bending, shear, axial compression and combined forces. Codal provisions for slabs, beams, walls and footings. Working stress method of design of R.C. members.

Principles of prestressed concrete design, materials, methods of prestressing, losses. Design of simple members and determinate structures. Introductions to prestressing of indeterminate structures.

Design of brick masonry as per I.S. Codes.


Concreting Equipment:
Weight Batcher, Mixer, vibrator, batching plant, concrete pump.
Cranes, hoists, lifting equipment.

Earthwork Equipment :
Power shovel, hoe, dozer, dumper, trailers and tractor, rollers, sheep foot rollers, pumps.

Construction, Planning and Management :
Bar chart, linked bar chart, work-break down structures, Activity - on - arrow diagrams. Critical path, probabilistic activity durations; Event-based networks.

PERT network: Time-cost study, crashing; Resource allocation.

(For both objective and conventional type papers)

Fluid Properties, Pressure, Thrust, Buoyancy; Flow Kinematics; Integration of flow equations; Flow measurement; Relative motion; Moment of momentum; Viscosity, Boundary layer and Control, Drag, Lift; dimensional Analysis, Modelling; Cavitation; Flow oscillations; Momentum and Energy principles in Open channel flow, Flow controls, Hydraulic jump, Flow sections and properties; Normal flow, Gradually varied flow; Surges; Flow development and losses in pipe flows, Measurements; Siphons; Surges and Water hammer; Delivery of Power Pipe networks.

Centrifugal pumps, types, performance parameters, scaling, pumps in parallel; Reciprocating pumps, air vessels, performance parameters; Hydraulic ram; Hydraulic turbines, types, performance parameters, controls, choice; Power house, classification and layout, storage, pondage, control of supply.

2. (a) HYDROLOGY :
Hydrological cycle, precipitation and related data analyses, PMP, unit and synthetic hydrographs; Evaporation and transpiration; Floods and their management, PMF; Streams and their gauging; River morphology; Routing of floods; Capacity of Reservoirs.

Water resources of the globe: Multipurpose uses of Water: Soil-Plant-Water relationships, irrigation systems, water demand assessment; Storages and their yields, ground water yield and well hydraulics; Waterlogging, drainage design; Irrigation revenue; Design of rigid boundary canals, Lacey's and Tractive force concepts in canal design, lining of canals; Sediment transport in canals; Non-Overflow and overflow sections of gravity dams and their design, Energy dissipators and tailwater rating; Design of headworks, distribution works, falls, cross-drainage works, outlets; River training.


Sources of supply, yields, design of intakes and conductors; Estimation of demand; Water quality standards; Control of Water-borne diseases; Primary and secondary treatment, detailing and maintenance of treatment units; Conveyance and distribution systems of treated water, leakages and control; Rural water supply; Institutional and industrial water supply.

Urban rain water disposal; Systems of sewage collection and disposal; Design of sewers and sewerage systems; pumping; Characteristics of sewage and its treatment, Disposal of products of sewage treatment, streamflow rejuvenation Institutional and industrial sewage management; Plumbing Systems; Rural and semi-urban sanitation.

Sources, classification, collection and disposal; Design and Management of landfills.

Sources and effects of air pollution, monitoring of air pollution; Noise pollution and standards; Ecological chain and balance, Environmental assessment.

Properties of soils, classification and interrelationship; Compaction behaviour, methods of compaction and their choice; Permeability and seepage, flow nets, Inverted filters; Compressibility and consolidation; Shearing resistance, stresses and failure; soil testing in laboratory and in-situ; Stress path and applications; Earth pressure theories, stress distribution in soil; soil exploration, samplers, load tests, penetration tests.

Types of foundations, Selection criteria, bearing capacity, settlement, laboratory and field tests; Types of piles and their design and layout, Foundations on expansive soils, swelling and its prevention, foundation on swelling soils.

5. (a) SURVEYING :
Classification of surveys, scales, accuracy; Measurement of distances - direct and indirect methods; optical and electronic devices; Measurement of directions, prismatic compass, local attraction; Theodolites - types; Measurement of elevations - Spirit and trigonometric levelling; Relief representation; Contours; Digital elevation modelling concept; Establishment of control by triangulations and traversing - measurements and adjustment of observations, computation of coordinates; Field astronomy, Concept of global positioning system; Map preparation by plane tabling and by photogrammetry; Remote sensing concepts, map substitutes.

Planning of highway systems, alignment and geometric design, horizontal and vertical curves, grade separation; Materials and construction methods for different surfaces and maintenance: Principles of pavement design; Drainage.

Traffic surveys, Intersections, signalling: Mass transit systems, accessibility, networking.
Tunnelling, alignment, methods of construction, disposal of muck, drainage, lighting and ventilation, traffic control, emergency management.

Planning of railway systems, terminology and designs, relating to gauge, track, controls, transits, rolling stock, tractive power and track modernisation; Maintenance; Appurtenant works; Containerisation.
Harbours - layouts, shipping lanes, anchoring, location identification; Littoral transport with erosion and deposition; sounding methods; Dry and Wet docks, components and operational Tidal data and analyses.
Airports - layout and orientation; Runway and taxiway design and drainage management; Zoning laws; Visual aids and air traffic control; Helipads, hangers, service equipment.

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