onload

on·load

 (ŏn′lōd′, ôn′-)
v. on·load·ed, on·load·ing, on·loads
v.tr.
To load (a vehicle or container).
v.intr.
To load a vehicle or container.

onload

(ˌɒnˈləʊd)
vb (tr)
(Computer Science) computing to load (files) on to a computer
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Nimitz also conducted its first at-sea ammunition onload in more than two years Oct.
French Navy Lt Guillaume Florczyka, who oversaw the onload for Charles de Gaulle, said that 80 per cent of the resupplied parts were for aircraft and critical to current operational needs.
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Thus, the airlines will have an opportunity to hold any operations, including off- and onload of cargo for its further transportation to Central Asia, during transit stops in the Bishkek Manas Airport.
And, as a result of Mattei's continuous development of the rotor stator unit, the onload power consumption of our compressors has also been improved, and is among the lowest that can be found in any modern screw or vane machine.
When the offload and/or onload is complete, ground personnel will either enter new destination coordinates (with an optional route of flight) into the aircraft's FMS or select (1) to return to base (point of origin) or (2) to continue to the next en route stop.