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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as a significant part of the support is for large-scale airborne operations for aircraft use, extraordinary experience in planning icao and easa compliant flight operations is required.
As a part of the annual D-Day anniversary celebration, veterans of the original airborne operations from 1944 watch the re-enactments, often with tears streaming down their cheeks.
Our physical training program--Geronimo Athlete Warrior (GAW)--focuses on the development of maximal strength to ensure paratroopers' bodies are prepared for the physical demands of airborne operations.
Airborne operations continue to remain a critical element of special operations capabilities, particularly in the Middle East where rotary-wing and fixed-wing aircraft are routinely relied upon for intelligence-gathering, troop delivery and re-supply missions.
Today, France is conducting airborne operations involving engineers in Africa and it has the only army in Europe to have an air-droppable airfield damage repair capability.
Officers from two fire stations and the airborne operations team were called into action on Thursday morning after people fell into the sea, a fire official said in a phone interview.
Finally, maneuver support companies need to train on airmobile, air assault, and airborne operations, depending on the company divisional support relationship.
THE study of airborne operations is often the study of the struggle to bring order out of chaos.
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.
To calculate the market size, the report considers the annual revenue generated from the sales of smart weapons to the Defense sector for its ground, naval, and airborne operations.
The Dakota was the main aircraft used to drop paratroopers during the D-Day and 'Market Garden' airborne operations during World War II.

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