- Meaning and Examples
- The act of putting a load on or into.
- A load; cargo; burden.
p. pr. & vb. n.
- of Load
Meaning of 'loading' (Princeton's WordNet)
- the labor of putting a load of something on or in a vehicle or ship or container etc.
Example in sentence:
the loading took 2 hours
- a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time
Example in sentence:
the system broke down under excessive loads
See 'loading' also in:
Selective unloading— in an amphibious operation, the controlled unloading from amphibious warfare ships, and movement ashore, of specific items of ...
Selective off-loading refers to the capability to access and off-load vehicles, supplies, and equipment without having to conduct a major reconfiguration or ...
Selective loading refers to the arrangement and stowage of equipment and supplies aboard ship in a manner designed to facilitate issues to units.
Loading plan refers to all of the individually prepared documents which, taken together, present in detail all instructions for the arrangement of personnel ...
Initial unloading period
Initial unloading period— in amphibious operations, refers to that part of the ship-to-shore movement in which unloading is primarily tactical in character ...
General unloading period
General unloading period— in amphibious operations, that part of the ship-to-shore movement in which unloading is primarily logistic in character, and ...
Downloading is an operation that removes airborne weapons or stores from an aircraft.
Cross-loading refers to the distribution of leaders, key weapons, personnel, and key equipment among the aircraft, vessels, or vehicles of a formation to aid rapid assembly of units ...
Commodity loading refers to a method of loading in which various types of cargoes are loaded together, such as ammunition, rations, or boxed vehicles, in order that each ...
Combat unit loading
Combat unit loading refers to a method of loading by which all or a part of a combat unit, such as an assault battalion landing team, is completely loaded in a single ship ...
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