top cover

top cover

A situation when friendly fighters are flying above the airborne force to be protected.
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The festival also features live music on two stages with headliners including some of the area's top cover and tribute bands.
In fact, when I first walked into the boiler room, I thought it odd that the boilers would lack a top cover, exposing its internal working parts to the dirt and dust of a mechanical room.
The wraparound top cover simply slides over the chassis and is located on hook-profiled rails on the underside--allowing swift access to the components inside.
Structurally, the shelter's rigid head frame acts as a canopy, while a translucent top cover increases visibility and operating light.
In 2003-4 he served in Iraq where his role included providing "top cover" for ambulances armed with a machine gun positioned on top of Land-He also was part of the guard at Basra Pal -In 2003-4 he served in Iraq where his role included providing "top cover" for ambulances armed with a machine gun positioned on top of Land-Rover roofs.
Unit features a stainless steel SureSealTM spout clamping system for dust-tight material discharge, and a stainless steel discharge hopper with bolt-on top cover. System includes pneumatic piping utilizing 304 stainless steel rigid air lines.
New hook-and-pile tape for the top cover comes with NSN 8315-01-470-8453.