air delivery


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air delivery

[′er di‚liv·ə·rē]
(ordnance)
A method of air movement wherein personnel, supplies, and equipment are unloaded from aircraft in flight. Also known as air drop.
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operations of its same-day ground and air delivery and logistics
Tenders are invited for Wall Bracket Fan 400 Mm Sweep, 55 - 60 Watt, 1350 Rpm, Air Delivery 72 Cu Mtrs Capacity With Pull Cord Control For Speed And Oscillation On - Off.
These actions will continue to position us as a leading provider in the rapidly growing same day ground, air delivery and logistics market.
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26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Luminess Air, a leader in airbrush and air delivery systems, is scheduled to unveil a breakthrough in cosmetic application with the introduction of Luminess AirSupremacy , on QVC during the "The Find with Shawn Killinger - Gift Edition" broadcast onTuesday, October 27 at10PM (ET).
The aircraft is designed to establish new standards in its category, with a lower operating cost and the flexibility to perform a variety of missions: cargo and troop transport, troop and cargo air delivery, aerial refueling, search and rescue, and combating forest fires, among others.
However, it would still take some time before it is used routinely to deliver pizzas, as currently, such a system of air delivery does not have the government's approval.
THESE dramatic images were taken in North Wales as members of the Joint Air Delivery Test and Evaluation Unit (JADTEU), an elite RAF-commanded unit, were training how to climb into a giant Chinook helicopter while it was hovering at Caernarfon Airport.
The Centurion CDA600 cultivator drill is a combination cultivator and grain-seeding machine with air delivery of seed.
This was probably one of the toughest things I have done for a long time," LCpl Smith, a member of the MT Joint Air Delivery Test And Evaluation Unit based at RAF Brize Norton, said.
The customizable 3" and 6" grommets can seal 24" or 600-mm raised-floor tiles to increase static pressure under the raised floor and improve cool air delivery through perforated tiles or floor grates.
He changes the entire paradigm of air delivery in his statement: "We're able to take C-17s places today where when we first started this program, you couldn't do.

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