cargo sling


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cargo sling

A strap, chain, or other material used to hold cargo items securely which are to be hoisted, lowered, or suspended.
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Kratos' Aircrew Training Center integrates high-tech virtual reality and projection aircrew training devices to train warfighters in the skills required for mission readiness, like aerial gunnery, search and rescue hoist training, and cargo sling operations.
Kratos' Aircrew Training Center incorporates state-of-the-art virtual reality and projection aircrew training devices to train warfighters in the skills needed for mission readiness, such as aerial gunnery, search and rescue hoist training, and cargo sling operations.
The A160T was not designed initially for sling loads, but was the subject of a Cargo Sling Load Testing/Demonstration programme in FY09, jointly funded by Transportation Command, Socom, Joint Forces Command and the US Marine Corps.
Helicopter slingload involves strapping cases of MREs into a cargo sling that hangs from a hook on the bottom of a helicopter as it flies from the supply pickup point to the delivery point.
His elbow and foot were broken when the timber plummeted from a broken cargo sling.
As the machinery was being loaded onto the vessel, the cargo sling broke and the goods were badly damaged.
Munchkin Jelly Bean Carrier and Cargo Sling are available for purchase on www.
According to Kratos, its Aircrew Training Center incorporates virtual reality and projection aircrew training devices for training warfighters in the skills required for mission readiness, including aerial gunnery, search and rescue hoist training, and cargo sling operations.