heavy-lift cargo

heavy-lift cargo

1. Any single cargo lift, weighing over 5 long tons, and to be handled aboard ship.
2. In Marine Corps usage, individual units of cargo that exceed 800 pounds in weight or 100 cubic feet in volume.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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However, for the first time Port of Duqm has proven its capability to efficiently perform a loading operation of a massive heavy-lift cargo.
However, for the first time PDC has proven its capability to efficiently perform a loading operation of a massive heavy-lift cargo. Port of Duqm is endeavouring to be the most preferred multi-purpose port in the region.
The Aeroscraft Corporation (Aeros) recently revealed the development of the world's first vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL), heavy-lift cargo airship.
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The Inventor, built in 1964, was one of four heavy-lift cargo liners built for the Harrison Line.
"Our product which we call 'slipper' is a play on words, because it's lighter than the original 'shoe' program," said Dan Page, Boeing's marketing representative for the C-17 heavy-lift cargo airplane, which is made by Boeing.
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