PARIS, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Sikorsky has begun assembly of the CH-53K Helicopter Ground Test Vehicle (GTV) at Sikorsky's Florida Assembly and Flight Operations (FAFO) facility in West Palm Beach, Florida, marking progress toward the system validation test phase of the Heavy Lift Replacement Program.
What does HLR stand for?
HLR stands for Heavy Lift Replacement (USMC replacement aircraft)
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- Health and Labour Questionnaire (various locations)
- Heart-Lung Quotient
- High Level Qualifier
- Holistic Living Quest (Pittsburgh PA)
- Household Level Questionnaire
- Huntington Library Quarterly (University of California Press)
- Hora Locoque Consueto (Latin: Customary Time and Place)
- Half-Life Rally (gaming, Half-Life modification)
- Harvard Law Review
- Heart-Lung Resuscitator
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The CH-53K Heavy Lift Replacement, which is still under development, should transport about 13.
After subtracting the costs for two final reports (Aerial Common Sensor (ACS) and Advanced SEAL Delivery System (ASDS)) and adding the costs for four new programs (Advanced Deployable System (ADS), Heavy Lift Replacement (HLR), LHA Replacement, and VH-71 Presidential Helicopter) from the December 2005 reporting period, the adjusted current estimate of program acquisition costs was $1,612,682.