helicopter landing site


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helicopter landing site

A designated subdivision of a helicopter landing zone in which a single flight or wave of assault helicopters land to embark or disembark troops and/or cargo.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Over the last year Mr Evans has helped maintain the force helicopter landing site to helping to coordinate an anti-terrorism seminar.
He said: "We dealt with the casualties, got all the kit together, patched them up, then took them round the back of the compound where the heavy helicopter landing site was.
She stemmed the bleeding despite being hampered by other Afghan troops and got the injured man to a helicopter landing site 200 metres away from where he was shot down.
The prominent being the carrying of very old and/or injured patients to/from the nearby areas to the medical camp, distribution of relief goods in the absence of local administration and augmentation of security to local police from the PN helicopter landing site to te camp.
The ill man was quickly assessed by the RAF Winchman before Prince William and his team successfully transferred him over water to a helicopter landing site just a short ten-minute flight away, from where he was taken to Blackpool Victoria hospital by ambulance.
She applied field dressings and a tourniquet then helped to move the soldiers to a helicopter landing site.
It is tragic but typical that he died helping to carry a wounded friend to a helicopter landing site for evacuation.
Despite immediate assistance from the patrol medic, Major Birchall died as he was being taken to the helicopter landing site.
She was treated at the scene before being stretchered across the moors by members of the mountain rescue team to the nearest available helicopter landing site.
Flores of Clinton was pronounced dead at the helicopter landing site, before she was airlifted to the hospital, after a one-car crash Monday.
Pte Jackson, from The 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment, was taking part in a foot patrol to clear a helicopter landing site in Sangin town on Wednesday when his unit was ambushed.
The Ministerial Council of Federal and State ministers gave `in principle' approval for a helicopter landing site in the rezoned Mount Milner area.

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