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load·mas·ter

 (lōd′măs′tər)
n.
An aircraft crew member in charge of loading and unloading cargo or heavy weapons.

loadmaster

(ˈləʊdˌmɑːstə)
n
the crew member of an aircraft responsible for the cargo

load•mas•ter

(ˈloʊdˌmæs tər, -ˌmɑ stər)

n.
an aircrew member responsible for the loading and stowage of cargo aboard an aircraft.

loadmaster

An Air Force technician qualified to plan loads, to operate auxiliary materials handling equipment, and to supervise loading and unloading of aircraft.
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This is a great training opportunity for airlift loadmasters and pilots to see and understand Army procedures, tactics and how they're organized.'
Additionally, the contract will require training the aircrew (pilots, crew chiefs and loadmasters) and training for unique equipment.
Unlike traditional deployment models where the customer pays per-load balancer and must predict future application throughput, Kemp's metered licensing and per-app deployment model enables customers to provision any number of LoadMasters as needed.
Annie Lepillez, one of the 731st Airlift Squadron's newest Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System-qualified loadmasters.
With a rear cargo door and a nose that swings up loadmasters can drive through the entire aircraft when loading and offloading cargo.
The prototypes were: Cargie , a load-carrying robot capable of machine learning; Paper Trail , an app to track airway bills and cargo documents; Viz360 , a virtual training app; and HoloCargo, a 3D scanning and virtual reality system that can help loadmasters build pallets of boxes in a 3D environment.
The prototypes were: Cargie, a load-carrying robot capable of machine learning; Paper Trail, an app to track airway bills and cargo documents; Viz360, a virtual training app; and HoloCargo, a 3D scanning and virtual reality system that can help loadmasters build pallets of boxes in a 3D environment, it added.
The center features a complete training solution for C-17 pilots and loadmasters with advanced simulation, courseware and computer-based training to practice the complete range of tasks required for military airlift operations and humanitarian missions, along with other scenarios such as aerial refueling and emergency procedures.
There are usually 30 pilots, 10 flight engineers and 23 loadmasters. Additionally, there are flight engineer and loadmaster trainees.
In this scenario, Air Force loadmasters needed to train on company engineer equipment, such as bulldozers, scrapers, and interim high-mobility engineer excavators.
The training for 20 pilots and 10 loadmasters has been completed successfully.
The only crewmembers in the cargo compartment of that C-130 during the airdrop were the loadmasters. Most of the crew (Aircraft Commander, Co-Pilot, Navigator, and Flight Engineer) were in the cockpit, couldn't even see the forklift, and did nothing physically with that forklift--only the loadmasters, not the generic "crew," were working in the back of the airplane during that airdrop.