ADRP

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ADRPArmy Doctrine Reference Publication
ADRPAdipose Differentiation Related Protein
ADRPAutosomal Dominant Retinitis Pigmentosa
ADRPAlternative Dispute Resolution Procedure (various locations)
ADRPAlternative Dispute Resolution Program
ADRPAirdrop
ADRPArmy DISN Router Program
ADRPAutomated Data Reduction Program
ADRPAutomated Data Retriever and Processor
ADRPAdaptive Distributed Reuse Partitioning
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Think of AirDrop as anonymous note-passing for the digital era, with the extra capacity for unanticipated mayhem.
According to the above literature review, it can be seen that the main drawback of the current airdrop contact modeling approaches is that they are either overly simplified that contact loads and asymmetric effects cannot be accurately predicted, or they are unduly complicated, so that a full-scale model targeting only some specific working conditions needs to be built in commercial software packages.
"WFP was forced to temporarily suspend airdrops due to a misunderstanding regarding flight clearances," George Fominyen, the WFP spokesperson told Sudan Tribune .
More airdrops are planned for the coming days to meet food and other humanitarian needs for the besieged population.
Jane Howard, a WFP spokesperson, said that airdrops for humanitarian aid were always a last resort, due to the risky nature of the mission.
Since then, voices calling for airdrops to save starving civilians have only become louder.
Ronan Li, fire chief of the Fire and Rescue Team of the group, said on Tuesday that they provided relief goods through airdrop to the flooded villages.
The combined airborne experience level is in excess of 150 years and includes heavy airdrop rigging, static line, and military free-fall operations.
President Barack Obama spoke with Erdogan on Saturday, and notified him of the decision to conduct the airdrops, U.S.
Summary: Airdrops to Kurdish fighters defending Kobane represent escalation in Washington's efforts to support Syria opposition forces against IS jihadists.
The airdrops that contained weapons, ammunition and medical supplies were delivered by a US Air Force C-130 aircraft to the Kurdish authorities in Iraq and "intended to enable continued resistance against ISIL's attempt to overtake Kobane." The aircraft exited the airdrop zone safely added the release.