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air·mo·bile

 (âr′mō′bəl)
adj.
Being or relating to troops that are moved by aircraft, especially helicopters, to engage in battle or secure an area: an airmobile infantry regiment.
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airmobile

(ˈɛəməbiːl)
adj
(Military) military US capable of being moved by air, esp by helicopter
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air•mo•bile

(ˈɛərˌmoʊ bəl, -bil; esp. Brit. -baɪl)

adj.
transportable or transported to combat areas by helicopters.
[1960–65, Amer.]
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West Bromwich East MP Mr Watson told the Commons that clashes with the Taliban had always been expected, which was why taskforce included an air-mobile battlegroup supported by artillery and Apache attack helicopters.
Mr Watson told MPs that clashes with the Taliban had always been expected, which was why the 3,300-strong task force included an air-mobile battlegroup supported by artillery and Apache attack helicopters.
Mr Watson told MPs that clashes with the Taliban had always been expected, which was why the 3,300-strong taskforce included an air-mobile battlegroup supported by artillery and Apache attack helicopters.
Mr Watson told MPs that clashes with the Taliban had always been expected, which was why the the 3,300-strong taskforce included an air-mobile battle group supported by artillery and Apache attack helicopters.
The same milestone was reached last March by the Friuli air-mobile brigade, which consists of attack and transport helicopters, as well as infantry regiments.
LOSAT consists of kinetic energy missiles and a second-generation FLIR/video acquisition sensor mounted on an air-mobile, heavy HMMWV chassis.
The trend to more easily deployed systems is illustrated by the Lockheed Martin Losat (Line-Of-Sight AntiTank), which is based on an air-mobile, up-armoured Hummer chassis.
Stogran's troops, for their part, are well trained and have solid experience in air-mobile, mountain, and winter operations, and will comprise approximately 25-30 per cent of the Kandahar-deployed force.
Converting the air-mobile brigade into a highly mobile, powerful, air maneuver brigade with parachute capability and Apache attack helicopters
This is where the company houses its fleet of single and multi-engine aircraft and specialized air-mobile construction equipment.
Technology produces the possibility to conduct airborne or air-mobile assaults, mechanized and motorized assaults, and joint ground/air operations.