HLA

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HLAHuman Leukocyte Antigen
HLAHigh Level Architecture
HLAHandbook of Latin American Studies (database)
HLAHandball Liga Austria (German: Handball League Austria)
HLAHistocompatibility Leukocyte Antigen
HLAHome Location Area
HLAHigh Level Assessment
HLAHill Launch Assist
HLAHigh Level Assembly
HLAHong Leong Asia (China)
HLAHillcrest Lutheran Academy (Fergus Falls, MN)
HLAHealth Law Association (various locations)
HLAHydraulic Launch Assist
HLAHealth Law Advocates (Boston, MA)
HLAHousing Land Availability (various locations)
HLAHealthy Living Alliance (Missouri)
HLAHarding Lawson Associates
HLAHome Loan Account (mortgages)
HLAHome Loan Applicant (credit)
HLAHydraulic Lash Adjuster (automotive valve train component)
HLAHigh Level Algorithm
HLAHonorary Legal Adviser (Citizens Advice Bureau; UK)
HLAHalifax Library Association (Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
HLAHigh Level Assessment (Cisco)
HLAHorizontal Line Array
HLAHome Location Agent
HLAHelicopter Landing Area
HLAHeated Living Area (real estate)
HLAHigh Level Approach (CMM)
HLAHigh Layer Compatibility
HLAHawaii Lai'ieikawai Association
HLAHigh-Level Analog
HLAHeavy Lift Aircraft
HLAHeavy Load Assessment
HLAHeat & Limited Ammo (gaming, Mech Warrior)
HLAHiggins Lectureship Award (AISC)
HLAHyperbaric Lighting Assemblies
HLAHigher-Level Agent
HLAHeat Loss Analysis, Inc. (Alaska)
HLAHigh-Level Accelerator
HLAHjørring - Løkken - Aabybro (Private Railway Jylland, Denmark)
HLAHistorical Labor Application
HLAHigh-Loss Area
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* Four times the lift under hot conditions at 110 nm compared with current heavy lift aircraft;
He stopped short of saying it could be used as a heavy lift aircraft, though.
The office of the secretary of defense would like to fold all its requirements into a joint heavy lift aircraft shared by the Army and Marine Corps, but that won't happen for another 20 years, he predicted.
The Indian Air Force has planned to expand the 6,000-foot Kargil runway to enable the base to operate all major transport aircraft such as the Soviet-origin IL-76 heavy lift planes, the newly-ordered C-17 heavy lift aircraft from the US.
Aboulafia said there are ample reasons for cynicism when it comes to building the joint heavy lift aircraft.
The government has kept forces at 16 places for prompt deployment, including by heavy lift aircraft like the IL-76.
There are currently five studies being conducted by Sikorsky, Boeing, Frontier Aircraft and a joint Boeing/Bell Helicopter team to conceive a joint heavy lift aircraft to be used by the Army, and possibly the Marines.
The Indian Army and the US Army will also simultaneously conduct their largest joint exercise in October, featuring variety of armoured vehicles, medium and heavy lift aircraft and helicopters.
Phil Gingrey, R-Ga., whose district includes the Lockheed facility where C-5s are receiving upgrades, has shown his support for the heavy lift aircraft.