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  • Soon after the storm struck, CARE operated airlifts of food to flooded areas.
  • Since then, the model saw extensive use in major military and humanitarian airlifts of the Soviet Union.
  • Slowly, however, an airlift of unprecedented scale began to take shape.
  • The unit's mission was airlift of personnel and material using C-46 aircraft.
  • The express eliminated the need for nearly all airlift of supplies to Korea from Japan.
  • This was the first ever strategic airlift of troops.
  • It provided airlift of Department of Defense personnel, supplies, and equipment worldwide.
  • An emergency airlift of critically needed items began almost immediately from the United States to the Far East.
  • In close proximity to the city, there is an old airport, which has the capacity for the airlift of the local, agricultural products.
  • After the river was effectively blocked in early February, the U.S. began an airlift of supplies.
  • This was the first airlift of its kind since 1992.
  • The Western Allies replied with a continuous airlift of supplies to the western half of the city.
  • These missions include airlift of personnel, equipment and supplies.
  • A US-funded airlift of ammunition and rice ended when Congress refused additional aid for Cambodia.
  • JOSAC specializes in the airlift of senior defense officials within the continental United States.
  • The squadron provides combat-ready air crews, support personnel, and aircraft for the airlift of passengers and cargo anywhere in the world.
  • Some activists organized an airlift of food supplies to Wounded Knee.
  • The wing provided assistance to field police units and to the Daraawishta through the airlift of supplies and personnel and reconnaissance.
  • The Americans organised an airlift of supplies over the Himalaya mountain range.
  • Its mission was the airlift of personnel and cargo as well as airdrop support for Army paratroopers during exercises.
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