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HELO

A slang term used for helicopter, more often by naval personnel.
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Among the discussion topics were the recent Arizona SB 1070 legislation and the need for overall comprehensive immigration reform, Board governance issues and the future HELO Board retreat schedule for Dallas later in July.
After the takeoff checks, I smoothly added power, lifting the helo into a stable, 10-foot hover.
Details: For APAMO and/or HELO membership information, contact NLC at (202) 626-3169.
In addition, Rodriguez emphasized the importance of HELO member engagement with the various leadership areas of NLC.
The helo hovered over each light to find survivors.
HELO will be co-sponsoring the Leadership Training Institute seminar L09, "From Yelling to Jelling: How Neighborhoods and City Hall Can Work Together," on Sunday, March 14, from 9 a.
In addition to the reception and seminar, HELO members discussed the importance of expanding HELO's membership and building on its strategic plan to strengthen itself as an organization.
My squadron alone has already put numerous sailors ashore to assist with the loading and moving of the helos.
Both HELO leaders were among 150 Hispanic mayors, cabinet members, members of Congress and other Latino leaders from across the nation selected to be part of an early October exclusive reception at the U.
HELO also co-sponsored a panel discussion, "Fighting Fraud in the Public Sector: Cost Effective Ways to Establish Internal Controls and Fraud Prevention.
With the helo hovering overhead, crew members grabbed the MAD bird and pulled in the cable hand over hand while Haley lowered the aircraft at a slow, controlled rate and set it down on the deck.
This activity is part of HELO's strategic five-year plan to strengthen its action agenda as a benefit for individual HELO members.