landing plan

landing plan

1. In amphibious operations, a collective term referring to all individually prepared naval and landing force documents that, taken together, present in detail all instructions for execution of the ship-to-shore movement.
2. In airlift operations, the sequence, method of delivery, and place of arrival of troops and materiel.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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A potential disaster when an aircraft dropped within 160 ft of the ground on an approach to Birmingham International Airport was caused by crew mistakenly using the wrong landing plan, the official investigation into the incident revealed yesterday.
This was largely because of the presence of the third crew member in the cockpit who was trying to help but had not been briefed on the landing plan and just reinforced the pilot's mistake in selecting an approach.
The proposed Peekskill Landing Plan includes an extension of the City's Riverfront Green Park to the north, as well as developing a tourism center revolving around a marine history theme.