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ALAlbuquerque Operations Office (US DOE)
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ALAttoliter (10 E^-18, one quintillionth)
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ALAcquisition Logistician
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ALArbitration Lost
ALApparatus List
ALAccount Librarian
ALAphus Lassel (gaming, Asheron's Call)
ALAssisting Layer
ALAuthorized Leave with Pay
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ALAuroral Electrojet index lower
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From the two brothers Air Land has grown to sixty-three employees, all of which reside and work in Alaska.
Air Land has built relationships through quality service, and one of the options they offer to meet their customers' needs is "Hot Shot" shipments, which "basically means a driver drops what they're doing and focuses on one customer's freight as quickly as possible." He says that Air Land has requests for this service a dozen or more times in a year, mostly to transport perishables and materials for the oil industry--"if the freight has an expiration date or the customer needs a part for a piece of equipment."
One of the shipments that's always time sensitive is radioactive material, which Air Land moves for a healthcare company.
An important logistics service that Air Land Transport provides is cross-dock and consolidation, whereby customers with consolidated shipments "require dispersal into several smaller shipments or for routing to several destinations.
One project Air Land Transport handles every year is the Iditarod, hauling and handling all of the dog food and musher equipment.
Air Land is based off our excellent customer services, and that is what continues to drive our company." To provide timely information to their customers, all of Air Land Transport's terminals have access to their tracking and POD system, and customers can call in or email in their order number to get up-to-date information, whatever freight they may need moved throughout Alaska.
* Captain Ringo Smits, Staff Officer, Air Land Integration, Land Warfare Centre, Royal Netherlands Army
A security source asked anonymity said to NINA : " The joint Iraqi-US forces carried out at dawn today an air land operation on a house in Alrofaiat village south of Balad district to capture a wanted men opening fire randomly killing three people and wounding six others, including five wounded women.
Snead founded Air Land in 1976 with brother Jim Snead, the firm's secretary/treasurer, and Bruce Reed, who left the company a few years later.
Air Land topped its 1988 growth of nearly 4 percent with a 5.8 percent increase in gross sales revenues last year.
The midlands track staged its biggest race so far since re-opening in April 2004 when Barnfield On Air landed the pounds 22,000 Blue Square 480 Cup in front of the Sky Sports cameras on Thursday, and Sandhu confirmed that rumours suggesting imminent closure were wide of the mark.