load master

load master

A member of a military aircraft crew responsible for loading, securing, and unloading a load and paradropping it if undertaken.
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These flight trainers include avionics systems management trainers, engine and propeller trainers, flight control trainers, multi-function training aids, load master and part task trainers, weapon systems trainers, integrated cockpit systems trainers and cockpit procedures trainers.
KEMP introduced their award-winning Load Master server load balancer and application delivery controller (ADC) solutions that they provide across various platforms, namely Virtual, Hardware, Cloud and Bare-Metal, thus updating the partners on new features, upgrades and enhancement in their infrastructure solutions offering.
While a typical C-130J crew consists of two pilots and a loadmaster, a WC-130J Hurricane Hunter aircrew consists of five positions: pilot, co-pilot, aerial weather reconnaissance officer, load master and combat systems operator or navigator.
Flight Sergeant Tony Rimmer, load master at Brize Norton, said: "You feel like you're doing your part to help.
Before Service, which is designed for high value traffic, assigns an individual load master to the shipment who checks every step of the process from cargo acceptance to flight loading, and the customer gets information on every milestone.
She said those killed were four pilots, two mechanics and a load master, who was responsible for making sure that the weight and balance of the cargo is appropriate.
Hamilton Sundstrand and its subsidiaries supply a wide range of systems for this multipurpose new-generation airlifter, including the A400M's Auxiliary Power Unit, Secondary Electrical Power Distribution Center, Ram Air Turbine emergency power system, Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator, Throttle Control Assembly, Cockpit and Load Master Workstation Lighting, and an eight-bladed 17.5-foot diameter Propeller System, the largest all-composite propeller in production.
The company and its subsidiaries supply a range of systems for this multipurpose new-generation airlifter, including the A400M's Auxiliary Power Unit, Secondary Electrical Power Distribution Center, Ram Air Turbine emergency power system, Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Actuator, Throttle Control Assembly, Cockpit and Load Master Workstation Lighting.
The Canadian tanker had a crew of four: Aston, a co-pilot, a refueling technician who operates the hose and communicates with the jets, and a load master who fills up the plane's huge tank.
SgtWendy Donald, 31, from Liverpool, will be an air load master on board the helicopter and has been trained to use a heavy machine gun to fly the dangerous mission.
The contract is for a system to reduce the noise in the load master work station (LMWS) area of the aircraft.
One of his two younger brothers, Neil, also joined him in the air force as a load master.