airlift requirements

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  • Medium-sized passenger and cargo aircraft make up the short-range international section supporting near offshore airlift requirements.
  • The mission of the wing is to provide citizen warriors and maintain equipment to meet America's global airlift requirements.
  • Aircraft and personnel are prepositioned to support an expected surge in airlift requirements.
  • The domestic section is designed to satisfy increased DoD airlift requirements in the U.S. during an emergency.
  • Operating from Nashville during the Vietnam War, the squadron supported global airlift requirements of U.S. military forces.
  • Germany led the recent effort to lease An-124s for NATO strategic airlift requirements.
  • Frequently deployed tactical squadrons or segments thereof on a global basis to support airlift requirements of overseas commands.
  • Compounding matters, USAF needed increased strategic airlift capabilities to fulfill its rapid-deployment airlift requirements.
  • By 1969 airlift requirements to Vietnam had declined to the level that allowed renewing an airdrop competition.
  • Operating from Nashville during the Vietnam War, the 118th MAW supported global airlift requirements of U.S. military forces.
  • Support the theater commander with the capability to resupply the forces, provide for their airlift requirements and employment operations within the combat zone or forward areas, and when requested, to provide aeromedical/refugee evacuation and augment strategic airlift forces.
  • Pending the delivery of the results of two studies in 2009, Lichte considered that the Air Force may have to keep the production line open for purchase of even more C-17s to satisfy airlift requirements.
  • As a result, in succeeding years the unit's C-130s traveled to all corners of the world, airlifting troops, passengers, and cargo during training missions, exercise deployments, and real-world military operations to support Federal and State military airlift requirements.
  • Selected aircraft from U.S. airlines, contractually committed to Civil Reserve Air Fleet, support United States Department of Defense airlift requirements in emergencies when the need for airlift exceeds the capability of military aircraft.
  • USAF C-17s have also been used to assist allies in their airlift requirements, including Canadian vehicles to Afghanistan in 2003 and Australian forces during the Australian-led military deployment to East Timor in 2006.
  • A study conducted by the European Air Group (EAG) in 2000 came to the conclusion, that it would be beneficial to co-ordinate the international military airlift requirements and the means to meet them between the EAG nations to exploit all possible synergies.
  • The crash interrupted the New Zealand Defence Force's (NZDF) withdrawal from Afghanistan, as it was only hours away from using another National Airlines aircraft to fly equipment out of the country; after the crash the NZDF indefinitely postponed using National Airlines for its airlift requirements.
  • A change of mission in 1966 from Air Force Logistics Command to Military Airlift Command (MAC) meant that Norton became one of six Military Airlift Command strategic-airlift bases, supporting US Army and Marine Corps' airlift requirements among other functions.
  • Major Kean contacted the Seventh Fleet to advise them of his airlift requirements, until that time the fleet believed that all evacuees had been bussed from the Embassy to the DAO Compound and that only two helicopters would be required to evacuate Ambassador Martin and the Marines from the Embassy.
  • Major Kean contacted the Seventh Fleet to advise them of his airlift requirements, until that time the fleet believed that all evacuees had been bussed from the embassy to the DAO Compound and that only 2 helicopters would be required to evacuate the Ambassador and the Marines from the embassy.