airborne operations

airborne operations

Operations involving movement and delivery by air, into an objective area, of combat forces and their logistics support for execution of a tactical or a strategic mission. The means employed may be a combination of airborne units, air-transportable units, and types of transport aircraft and helicopters, depending on the mission and the overall situation. Airborne operations include airlanded and airborne assault operations.
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2 Technical Assistance To Enable The Advancement Of A Reconfigured External Airborne Pod (for Bell 212) Configuration For Osl Airborne Operations.
To calculate the market size, the report considers the annual revenue generated from sales of missile and missile defense systems to the military for its ground, naval, and airborne operations.
Between April 29 and May 3 this year, the US Army conducted a series of training exercises out of Deadhorse Aviation Center (DAC) at Prudhoe Bay as part of Operation Spartan Pegasus, an Arctic mobility operation designed to enhance the proficiency of US joint forces Arctic airborne operations and ground maneuvers in extreme weather conditions.
The Dakota was the main aircraft used to drop paratroopers during the D-Day and 'Market Garden' airborne operations during World War II.
41) General Kurt Student, the foremost German authority on airborne operations in World War II, acknowledged that the U.
On top of training in parachuting and airborne operations, the troops also conducted infantry training.
The Canadian troops will conduct training in parachuting, airborne operations and infantry skills alongside Polish and American counterparts in this US-led exercise with a view to enhancing Alliance interoperability and readiness.
AP cited Harper's office as saying that they will conduct training in parachuting, airborne operations and infantry skills alongside Polish and American counterparts in a U.
Air Force Reserve Command to conduct 24 airborne operations.
During Operation Serval, the French 11th parachute brigade and special operations forces conducted three opposed airborne operations to decisively defeat the threat where it was based.
Lieutenant General Frederick Arthur Montague Browning, British Army, as Deputy Commander, First Allied Airborne Army was Force Commander of Airborne operations in Holland, from 17 September 1944 to 9 December 19 .
SGT David Woods, JACKPOT team chief in Mike Troop, 4th JCSE said, "When conducting airborne operations on the C17, both ground troops (jumpers) and battle staff can occupy the aircraft simultaneously and this saves time and money for units conducting a mission as the aircraft lift requirement goes down.

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