Airdrop (noun)

  1. A delivery of supplies, equipment, or personnel by parachute from an aircraft.
  2. The act of dropping supplies or equipment from an aircraft, especially by parachute.

Origin:

Derived from the words 'air' and 'drop'.

Examples:

  1. The military executed a successful airdrop of supplies to the troops on the front lines.
  2. The airdrop was carried out at night to minimize the risk of detection by the enemy.
  3. The disaster relief organization carried out an airdrop of food and medical supplies to the affected area.
  4. The airdrop was necessary because the roads to the town were blocked by landslides.
  5. The airdrop was performed by a team of specialized personnel trained in airborne operations.
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