airlift requirement


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airlift requirement

The total number of passengers and/or weight or volume of cargo required to be carried by air for a specific task.
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Many organizations articulate versions of airlift requirements based on subjective guesses about future scenarios.
18) Christian Lowe, "Military Not Able to Meet Airlift Requirement for War," Defense Week, 18 December 2000, p.
With the limited number of intertheater aircraft available to support the huge number of global airlift requirements, this makes sense in most cases.
In contrast, simply using the FSL option with no reduction in order and ship time (O&ST = Baselines) lowered the single-deployment airlift requirement by nearly 24 percent.
strategic airlift requirement at more than 54 MTM-D.
29 /PRNewswire/ -- Boeing (NYSE: BA) and British Aerospace today submitted a joint proposal to the United Kingdom Ministry of Defense in response to an invitation to tender for the United Kingdom Short Term Strategic Airlift requirement (STSA).
These aircraft will join the Qatar Armed Forces' (QAF) existing fleet of four and help meet their ongoing airlift requirements.
Out of concern over the uncertainty of the Afghanistan drawdown, air carriers asked USTRANSCOM to provide better fidelity of future airlift requirements.
The C-17 meets the unique airlift requirements of the Kuwait Air Force," said Colonel Abdullah Al Foudari, the deputy commander Kuwait Air Force.
Richard Roberts, a KC-130/Operational Support Airlift requirements officer at headquarters Marine Corps aviation.
Boeing is pleased that the UAE Air Force has selected the C-17 to meet its airlift requirements for the 21st century, said Jean Chamberlin, Boeing Vice President of Global Mobility Systems.
Boeing is pleased that the UAE Air Force has selected the C-17 to meet its airlift requirements for the 21st century," said Jean Chamberlin, Boeing vice president, Global Mobility Systems.