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WORCESTER -- Visions of aerial transportation over the Canal District.
Shoukry has stated that the ministry is currently looking into providing aerial transportation for Egyptian Christians in Libya, according to state-owned Al-Ahram.
An aerial transportation system would be a relatively inexpensive and quickly-deployable solution here in New York."
--Standard of using fuel by aerial transportation system.
The Minister stated that aerial transportation of per Kilogram of meat was costing 90 rupees while transportation charges by high speed ships shall merely be five rupees per kg.
Ortega said participants decided to divide the necessary tasks into five areas: transport and maritime and aerial transportation, productive alliances, tourism, trade, and commercial facilities.
While fitting within the same shipboard footprint as the CH-53E, the CH-53K is the only fully-marinized assault support platform that can lift 100 percent of all cargo and equipment intended for aerial transportation in support of Marine air-ground task forces (MAGTF).
This operation also relies on the continuous provision of additional aerial transportation by EU member states.
The aerial transportation pipes with thick walls, used to carry fluids or gases, can be loaded with different forces function to the exploitation condition, by the holding mode and so on.
The government has decided to terminate the Air Self-Defense Force's aerial transportation mission in Iraq by yearend, citing the expiration of the United Nations resolution authorizing multinational forces' deployment in Iraq as well as the improved security situation there.
The first-response answer came in simple 5.5 gallon non-rigid water bladders that could withstand the rigors of ocean-going movement and aerial transportation.
The Defense Department's decision to allow the Army to buy its own fleet of fixed-wing cargo planes sparked a "roles and missions" tussle, with the Air Force arguing that aerial transportation is inherently its job.
The 2000R with the rear POPS fitted has four aerial lift points, which have been designed and tested to meet the external aerial transportation requirements specified in the U.S.