combat load


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combat load

The total warlike stores carried by an aircraft.
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5 kg casualty drag, which is the approximate weight of a US infantryman with a combat load.
To the authors' knowledge, this is the first study to detail the physiological responses, RPE, and combat load during authentic international-level karate competition.
I have drafted roles of engagement many times before, but I have never applied them myself while in possession of a full combat load of 210 live rounds and while responsible for the lives of other soldiers.
This included the current issue combat helmet, combat load bearing vest, desert boots and AR-15 dressed in a desert camouflage stock and forearm.
In addition, this was the first time that the Strykers had been transported on a C-130 with a full combat load and crew complement.
Conduct the coordination necessary to rehearse loading and unloading with a full combat load.
This went well, so Skuridin was assigned to fly a solo mission in a line aircraft loaded only with a combat load of ammunition for the on-board 23-mm cannon.
These newly designed boots provides a wider more stable base to assume and control the greater combat load operating in Afghanistan according to Lt.
1 solution, engineered by SAIC and ST Kinetics, is termed TERREX 2, which is an 8x8 wheeled, armoured ACV having improved mobility, and can hold a combat load of up to 11 embarked marines and 3 crew members over a hostile terrain.
Regardless, I can say with 100 percent assurance that despite my accomplishments, there is no way I could endure the physical demands of the infantrymen whom I worked beside as their combat load and constant deployment cycle would leave me facing medical separation long before the option of retirement.
I had a jet with carrier-pressurized tires and greased-up brakes, a direct crosswind, a combat load and a low fuel state.

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