On any given day, the student population may feature a maintenance student from Canada or a loadmaster from Nigeria.
What does LM stand for?
LM stands for Loadmaster
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- List of Material/s
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- Load Multiple (IBM)
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The new career field, 1A9X1 special missions aviation, will merge aerial gunners, flight engineers on vertical lift aircraft, such as the HH-60 Blackhawk and CV-22 Osprey, and loadmasters on AC-130 gunships and other non-standard aircraft used by special operations forces.
The company said that its LoadMaster DR hardware appliance and Virtual LoadMaster DR virtual appliance can be used in disaster recovery scenarios to divert web and application traffic from one datacenter to another.
Graduates of the Copilots Course, Multi Engine Course and Loadmasters Course were given wings, certificates and trophies on the occasion.
Hours later the helicopter crashed killing pilot Flt Lt David Sale, 28, and his loadmaster Sgt Phillip Burfoot, 27, Pte Sean Tait, 17 died of his injuries two days later.
The RFIQ initiative also is incorporating the loadmaster into flight simulation training, which is essential for crew resource management--Air Force-speak for how the crewmembers interact with each other on a mission.
Matthew Sandford, a loadmaster with Marine Aerial Refueling and Transport Detachment, MAG 16, 3rd MAW (Fwd.