onload

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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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Site Marianas supported multiple port visits and countless onloads and offloads of high priority material, mail and depot level repairable parts.
During the deployment phase of operations, fuel available for offload is the critical measure of effectiveness because CONUS-based fighting forces require large fuel onloads to fly nonstop to distant theaters of operation.
From the vital "Operation Deep Freeze" offl oads and onloads each year at McMurdo Station, Antarctica, to tsunami relief in Indonesia, to Cargo Transfer Platoons at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq, the Navy Cargo Handlers have evolved and adapted to meet the growing demands of global warfare in a fashion worthy of their namesake.