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ALFTAirlift
ALFTAbnormal Liver Function Test
ALFTAction-Level Fault Tolerance
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This coordination is essential to bridge the seam between intertheater and intratheater airlift controlled by various commands and effectively orchestrate these assets with the combatant commander's mission and intent.
The ability to change the interior configurations of the C-9B to meet specific airlift missions has provided profound flexibility to support passenger and cargo mission requirements for the Navy and DOD.
In the 1940s, the very concept of military airlift was in its infancy.
About that time, another monkey wrench was thrown into the airlift debate.
Sub-markets for airlift covered in detail divides the global airlift market into two groups: fixed-wing and rotary craft, each with its own submarkets.
How EU member states will bridge the strategic airlift gap due to the retirement of the bulk of their old tactical fleets, and the arrival of replacement aircraft.
Harrison, president, AAR Airlift Group said, AAR Airlift has provided exceptional service to the U.
AAR Airlift, together with British International Helicopters (BIH) and Air Rescue Systems (ARS), will provide a combined SAR and Support Helicopter service to the British Forces South Atlantic Islands (BFSAI) operations.
From early 1942 until just after the surrender of the Japanese in 1945, the Hump airlift served as the best tangible expression of America's commitment to China.
There will be an industry panel discussion at the event, which will draw together the senior leadership of Airbus, Boeing, and Lockheed Martin to discuss their strategic vision of the future of military airlift, including.
The company's AAR Airlift operating unit will continue to support the requirement using 15 fixed-wing aircraft from its fleet.
618th Air and Space Operations Center (Tanker Airlift Control Center), Scott AFB, III.