airlift capability

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  • Supported Army forces in the United States with airlift capability and support for airborne training operations.
  • Currently, the Navy Reserve provides all of the Navy's medium and heavy airlift capabilities.
  • Their range, speed, and airlift capabilities were more than double those of the C-123's they replaced.
  • The group provides a large part of Air Mobility Command's Global Reach airlift capability.
  • This Department of Defense airlift program provides vital airlift capability in support of U.S. national interests.
  • The unit was established to provide Europe with a strategic airlift capability to meet needs such as humanitarian aid, disaster relief, and peace-keeping operations.
  • The squadron currently maintains a tactical airlift capability with roles including search and rescue, air land, airdrop and formation.
  • This Department of Defense airlift program provides tactical airlift capability in support of U.S. national interests.
  • Provided strategic global airlift capability for the worldwide support of contingency and emergency war plans required to support Department of Defense objectives.
  • The RAAF began considering options for heavy transport aircraft to provide a strategic airlift capability during the early 2000s.
  • Due to limited airlift capabilities, only one of the Corps' three divisions can deploy to any part of China within 48 hours.
  • The mission also continued to struggle over airlift capabilities, partially settling the matter only in December with the deployment of Russian helicopters.
  • The needed airlift capability was forthcoming from a select group of USAF officers selected for service outside of official Air Force channels.
  • This Department of Defense airlift modernization program provides strategic airlift capability in support of U.S. national interests.
  • The unit's mission was to maintain helicopter logistics airlift capability, to perform air land supply operations, scheduled and special airlift operations, and conduct training.
  • Operations can be performed either by foot, using light vehicles or using airlift capabilities (helicopters or airplanes) from the Airforce.
  • The IAF provides close air support to the Indian Army troops in the battlefield and also provides strategic and tactical airlift capabilities.
  • The mission remained military airlift, but with tactical airlift capabilities.
  • The request for proposals includes 372 mandatory requirements including airlift capability and fuel transfer capabilities.
  • The 146th AW's primary mission is to provide global military airlift capability to a full spectrum of state and federal agencies.
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