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The WFP said that there are more than 100,000 people in urgent need of aid and that "the airdrop operation was critical to bring food as fast as possible to them.
OK, the caption for the top photograph on page 82 of the March issue was written by an ignoramus who knows nothing about airdrop procedures if this person believes "[A] crew pushes the forklift platform out of a C-130 aircraft.
The elegant Airdrop irrigation system developed by Edward Linacre is a low-cost, self-powered solution to growing crops in arid regions and may at last crack the problem of drought-affected agricultural land, the Herald Sun reported.
The American-owned business, which employs 300 at its operation in Bridgend, will supply its own designed Craft Aerial Delivery System (MCADS) - which will allow the Norwegians to airdrop its new rigid inflatable boat (RIB) from the air.
Colonel Ord is a pilot with the 815th AS who led the crew making the 41st airdrop.
BABEL / Aswat al-Iraq: Seven wanted persons were arrested in an airdrop mission by a military force north and west of al-Hilla city on Sunday, according to a local police spokesman.
In the same context, Israeli occupying forces carried out airdrop in the area of Khallat Al Thahab, Al Farea Valley, Tubas province, where troops conducted military exercises.
Army's Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center (NSRDEC), conducted 11 cargo airdrop tests from 300 ft.