The US Defense Department said that it had airdropped
28 bundles of weapons and supplies, but one of them did not make it into the hands of the Kurdish fighters.
Replacing vehicles to be airdropped
on a one-to-one basis with any Stryker variant will increase the number of C-17s required.
Special Forces troops can be airdropped
While not the preferred method, HDRs, like MREs, can be airdropped
en masse, and unlike other products, they can be dropped via the Triad system as individual packets, which flutter to the ground relatively harmlessly.
The CIA likewise financed an enormous number of excellent books that might not otherwise have been published, and even, in one particularly bizarre episode, airdropped
translations of TS.
The lightweight howitzer can be transported by Marine Corps MV-22 tilt-rotor aircraft and airdropped
by C-130 aircraft.
He underscored that he had documents and photos showing that the US Apache helicopters airdropped
foodstuff and weapons for the ISIL.
Islamic State of Iraq and Syria militants have seized at weapons that were supposed to be airdropped
and will include Takis bags airdropped
from the Takis helicopter, the grand entrance by contest winner MaryJo Villar, Aerial performance by pilots of the World Wingsuit League, and entertainment by DJ Deorro with sets by Crespo and Landis.
WFP Country Director, Abdou Dieng, said more than 1,000 metric tons of food supply was airdropped
in Maban county by planes taking off from Ethiopia's Gambella state between mid-August and 17 September.
Over 2 days in January, three C-17 Globemaster III aircraft airdropped
a total of 20,000 gallons of JP8 fuel to the support battalion of Task Force Currahee, 101st Airborne Division, near Forward Operating Base Waza Khwa in the Paktikah province of Afghanistan.
Known as the Airdrop Enhanced Logistics Visibility System, the project combines existing tracker capabilities with automated information and geospatial technologies, providing the exact location of an airdropped
container delivery system and its inventory within minutes of the load leaving an aircraft.