aerial supply

aerial supply

The act or process by which supplies are air-delivered to ground units. The supplies may be air-dropped or air-landed. In the former case, supplies may be delivered by using parachutes or in a free fall.
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This contract includes two types of services - Routine maintenance: Visit cabinets and tables, tag verification aerial supply and change of used lamps, media check, replacement of failed hardware, restoration in case of failure : - Extraordinary maintenance: repair of equipment in case of breakdown or malfunction unpredictable all electrical appliances.
One such operation, dubbed Alamein IV, involved the aerial supply to remote elements of an Australian army border-transition team in southwest Iraq.
We are planning to do at least one aerial supply drop every month.
But it could be argued that - like Morientes and Cisse - he suffers from a lack of good aerial supply.
The implementation of aerial supply routes in some high-threat regions "helped keep (about) 40 additional trucks off the road per day" and kept "at least 80 soldiers" out of harm's way on a daily basis, he said.
The goals have dried up at the Fritz-Walter Stadium and Bochum will have been working all week on stopping the aerial supply line to Miroslav Klose and Vratislav Lokvenc.
Playing three up front, and with a dangerous aerial supply being pumped in by former Coventry City winger Paul Hall, Bury were soon testing the nerve ends of Wolves keeper Mike Stowell.
The proposed modular distribution unit would be a platoon-sized element with multi functional characteristics and would consist of a headquarters section, operations section, receiving and issue section, cargo transfer section, retrograde section, aerial supply section, and maintenance section.
As for Crouch, well, some people have made their judgment and it isn't altogether favourable, although it could be argued that, like Morientes and Cisse, he suffers from a lack of good aerial supply.
This process also enables logistics resupply as efficient as that provided by other manned and unmanned aerial supply methods for a noncontiguous operation.