Definition of high-altitude low-opening parachute technique

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high-altitude low-opening parachute technique

'high-altitude low-opening parachute technique' is an military term meaning '(DOD) A method of delivering personnel, equipment, or supplies from airlift aircraft that must fly at altitudes above the threat umbrella. Also called HALO'.

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