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HELO

A slang term used for helicopter, more often by naval personnel.
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When the first HELO was released in 2016, it created shockwaves in the wearable technology market.
He visited a number of vital and service projects under construction and then planted a sapling in a mountainous area adjacent to the Sharjah Ladies Club branch in Wadi Al Helo.
Like the AJA HELO, the Monarch HDX is designed to be installed in a more semi-permanent A/V rack system for routine and regular streaming in a venue.
Helo also commended the Syrian authorities for their cooperation with the UN, hoping the bridges of confidence would remain intact.
Such was the case when the 79th ERQS Desert Knights found some Marine heavy airlift helos wanting fuel but finding that their previous training attitude of "I would rather suck fumes than HAR," would on this day cost them not only mission failure, but a cold, tense night spent at an unplanned bivouac site surrounded by nonfriendlies.
As a helo hooker, LSCS Gutierrez and his team are responsible for receiving pallets from the helo, using what is referred to as a pogo stick and slings.
These included meetings at the White House where President Obama spoke and met with NLC officials; meetings with the Board of Directors of the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) in San Antonio, Texas; the HELO Board of Directors Retreat in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Mr Al Helo turned his interest in fireworks into a career a few years ago when he obtained a licence from Lacroix-Ruggieri after an intensive training programme.
The crew abandoned the helo and were rescued by whaleboats from two destroyers operating in the area.
For further information about HELO and NLC and for a list of HELO's activities at the Nashville Congress of Cities, visit www.