airdrop

[ UK /ˈe‍ədɹɒp/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɹdɹɑp/ ]
NOUN
  1. delivery of supplies or equipment or personnel by dropping them by parachute from an aircraft
    until then, front line troops will be supplied by airdrop
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How To Use airdrop In A Sentence

  • On February 14th, the 23rd RCT received supplies via an airdrop to replenish ammunition expended during the previous night's fight.
  • The need for airdrops and tactical flight requires good low airspeed flight and the aircraft also has long range and high cruise speed for rapid and flexible deployment.
  • He added that 8,500 food packets had been airdropped and 10,000 distributed.
  • These products were disseminated by hand and by airdrops from US Hercules.
  • The Army authorities also used a helicopter and airdropped around 8,000 food packets to marooned villagers.
  • You have a number of small infantry robots, which you airdrop on an area.
  • It's not enough to airdrop a study 10 days before the election. Caren Z. Turner: Ten Steps the Democrats Need to Take to Win the Votes of Women
  • The Members also reverted to habit by using a House-Senate conference to "airdrop" $155 million in earmarks that were not included in earlier editions -- in violation of the 2006 ethics "reform. Return to Spender
  • The wing badge is for people who gone through both Airdrop and Underslung course in 3Tpt, D coy aka ATC. Www.hardwarezone.com.sg
  • As a result, India plans to airdrop food items in the capital under a contingency plan, the English-language Himalayan Times reported Sunday.
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