airlifter

All Noun
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  • It is now the main tactical airlifter for many military forces worldwide.
  • It is capable of being air transported in the future A400M tactical airlifter.
  • Increased need for strategic airlift led the Air Force to cancel the AMST program and seek a larger airlifter.
  • The Polaris is classified as a strategic airlifter by the Royal Canadian Air Force.
  • Development of the airlifter depends heavily on the Army's "tactical and operational maneuver" plans.
  • The whole combat-ready vehicle in its base configuration will be air transportable in the Airbus A400M tactical airlifter.
  • Began airlifter-tanker track pilot training in 1994.
  • Westover is the only Air Force Reserve installation that solely houses the giant C-5B airlifter.
  • The aircraft carrier strike group, strategic bomber, ballistic missile submarine, and strategic airlifter are all examples of power projection platforms.
  • With its return from Korea, the squadron was re-equipped with the new C-124 Globemaster II strategic airlifter.
  • Currently, the D-27 is undergoing official flight testing as installed in medium-range military airlifter, the An-70.
  • Due to the practical need for a deep wing, the flying wing concept is most practical for designs in the slow-to-medium speed range, and there has been continual interest in using it as a tactical airlifter design.
  • It proposed a 724-seat version of the An-22 airlifter.
  • This advanced aircraft is a rugged, reliable, modern airlifter designed to meet requirements established jointly by the Army, Marines, and the Air Force.
  • In 2002, the Canadian Forces Future Strategic Airlifter Project began to study alternatives, including long-term leasing arrangements.
  • The Lockheed C-130 Hercules is a four-engine turboprop cargo aircraft and the main tactical airlifter for many military forces worldwide.
  • The 1998 Strategic Defence Review identified a requirement for a strategic airlifter.
  • In addition, the Pegasus can also be transported by the C-130 Hercules tactical airlifter.
  • A cargo aircraft (also known as freight aircraft, freighter, airlifter, or cargo jet) is a fixed-wing aircraft that is designed or converted for the carriage of goods, rather than passengers.
  • The CH-53K can carry two 463L master pallets, eliminating the need to break apart pallets between airlifter and helicopter.
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