an airlift

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  • The Allied powers immediately began an airlift into the city, but it soon became apparent that they needed more aircraft.
  • He explains that an airlift team is on its way and when its arrives, he will begin global exposure.
  • An airlift is the organized delivery of supplies or personnel primarily via aircraft.
  • Slowly, however, an airlift of unprecedented scale began to take shape.
  • In Yalgoo, six residents required an airlift after becoming stranded in their home.
  • He was promoted several times and completed his Air Force Reserve duty as a captain and the director of intelligence for an airlift group.
  • After the war, it served briefly as an airlift unit in the United States and Hawaii.
  • Clay was told to take advice from General LeMay to see if an airlift was possible.
  • Given the feasibility assessment made by the British, an airlift appeared to be the best course of action.
  • An airbridge is the route and means of delivering material from one place to another by an airlift.
  • A rescue party arrived on skis the next day as it was too risky to try an airlift from the site.
  • The lower tier featured an airlift while the upper tier contained a scissorlift.
  • An airlift system was developed which transfers fish through tubes in and out of the reservoir.
  • After the river was effectively blocked in early February, the U.S. began an airlift of supplies.
  • Enforcing this would require an airlift that really worked.
  • Some activists organized an airlift of food supplies to Wounded Knee.
  • Franco transported troops to mainland Spain in an airlift using transport aircraft supplied by Germany and Italy.
  • With the war imminent, the Air Force quickly established an airlift operations plan that included active duty, Guard, and Reserve components.
  • The Americans organised an airlift of supplies over the Himalaya mountain range.
  • Temple member Christine Miller argued that the Temple should alternatively attempt an airlift to Russia.
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