drop zone


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drop zone (DZ)

A specified earmarked area where airborne troops, equipment, and supplies are to be dropped.
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Drop Zone President Brad Denton hailed the acquisition as a win-win for Drop Zone customers and employees, adding he and his team become part of the LRS family.
From there they will be transported to the Bahria University drop zone via a shuttle.
They will undergo another physical search at the drop zone.
Encouragingly, however, no matter what happens this weekend, Newcastle will be at least two points clear of the drop zone - with a game in hand on five of their rivals, albeit away at Spurs.
Brunswick, GA, October 26, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Family Life Church, Brunswick Ga will be having its FLC Drop Zone for the second year in a row.
Leibert has been going from drop zone to drop zone on a "Jump Across America" tour to raise money and awareness for his projects to help guide young people toward his combined ethos of personal responsibility and "making kids awesome again."
Twenty Filipino paratroopers from the 710th SPOW took part, with the Subic Bay International Airport in Zambales as the drop zone.
Reading could add to MK Dons' troubles on Saturday, with their hosts just two points off the drop zone and without a win in three, while rock-bottom Bolton go to Nottingham Forest.
Carden's side are looking to continue to fight off relegation having moved three points clear of the drop zone with a win over HHalifax in midweek.
His side are 11 points above the Championship drop zone, but the boss says there will no question of his players stepping off the gas, especially after successive defeats on the road.
Two goals from Wilfried Bony - the second an injury-time penalty - sealed Swansea's first Premier League away win since November and lifted them six points clear of the drop zone.