Definition of Low level flight
1. Noun. Flight at very low altitudes.
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Literary usage of Low level flight
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1. The Military Dictionary (1987)
"Also called LIC. low level flight—See terrain flight low level transit roule—(DOD, NATO) A temporary corridor of defined dimensions which facilitates the ..."
2. Apollo's Warriors: United States Air Force Special Operations During the by Michael E. Haas (1998)
"Official Air Force history notes that on 25 May 1964, 38 Chinese and 18 Vietnamese aircrews began specialized low-level flight and bad-weather paradrop ..."
3. Seven Firefights in Vietnam by John A. Cash (1985)
"Although the pilots had seen several trails during their low-level flight, they had drawn no enemy fire. YANKEE, they reported, was usable but risky because ..."
4. Special Operations Forces: An Assessment by John M. Collins (1994)
"... increased medium-range capability for low-level flight in adverse weather and precision navigation through unfamiliar, mountainous terrain. ..."
5. Dust Off: Army Aeromedical Evacuation in Vietnam by Peter Dorland, James Nanney (2001)
"After twenty long minutes of low-level flight, Dust Off 55 neared the stricken company. Brady's surprise approach and the poor visibility threw off the ..."