to airlift

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  • In the late 1930s, armies were looking for a way to airlift heavy military units.
  • The Air Force planned to airlift two trucks daily in this manner.
  • The aircraft were modified from civilian use to airlift operation, mostly to the cabin.
  • He later transitioned to airlift, then senior executive and congressional pilot support.
  • They also depend on these aircraft to airlift their sick and ailing.
  • Roads became blocked and the Coastguard service was required to airlift some people to safety.
  • Despite the refusal by the army to airlift her into San Vicente, she took the road.
  • The main mission of the helicopters was to airlift patrols to different locations during a single day.
  • Consequently, Johnson declined to airlift special military supplies to Israel or even to publicly support it.
  • The explosion caused many injuries and United Nations helicopters were used to airlift at least three victims to hospital.
  • Nowadays, it is usually possible to airlift the remains back to shore, and prepare a burial ceremony on land.
  • During the summer of 1979, helicopters were briefly used to airlift some major components.
  • The company also launched its own cargo airline which allowed the company to airlift cargo to several destinations abroad as well as locally.
  • During the mobilization, they served for one month to airlift troops and supplies to the buildup of military forces in the south Florida area.
  • The command was heavily committed to airlift operations in Arctic areas beginning in the Fall of 1952.
  • Once captured, this airstrip allowed the Germans to airlift in the reinforcements needed to capture the rest of the island.
  • It changed in 1965 from mostly European flights to airlift support of forces in South Vietnam.
  • They sent transport aircraft and crews to Morocco to airlift Nationalist forces from there to Spain.
  • Thailand's only aircraft carrier has been converted into a floating kitchen, to airlift hot food to people affected by massive flooding in the south.
  • While it will continue to airlift personnel and supplies as needed, the work on the ground will be handed over to the Japanese Self-Defence Forces.
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