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  • n. Plural form of helo.


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  • And at the exact moment you were wandering around the dikes waiving your white underwear (yes, they stripped us of all clothes upon capture), at passing helos!


  • Unidentified Man #6: And come 2-2, vicinity of the ziggurat, an additional two helos holding northwest of the runway at this time.

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  • Sikorsky has long aimed to provide helicopters for the heavy-lift military sector, as well as large helos used in industries such as offshore oil drilling.

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  • I turned around to wave as we hurried to the helos for the thirty-minute flight back to Bagram.

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  • Then, according to Beckwith, Schaefer uttered “words to the effect that if we had any sense we would move the helos out into the desert and load everyone on the C-130s and go home.”

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  • If all the men in the milatery are hetro, and the women too, then what is more disruptive, women flying helos, A-10s, aboard surface ships 6 months at sea,patroling and driving trucks in Irac, and Afganistan, or gays doing the same thing?

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  • We had arrived on station an hour before the insert to provide an update to the helos before they landed.

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  • Ten minutes later the helos began their approaches to their respective landing zones.

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  • We orbited overhead as the helos moved in and dusted off several landing zones.

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  • No explosions, no jets taking off, no helos landing.

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