- external load
- i. A load carried, or extended, outside the aircraft fuselage (e.g., weapons, fuel tanks).ii. A load carried by helicopter or floatplane outside its fuselage. These are normally carried by slings, which are suspended below the helicopter and are referred to as slung loads or attached rigidly to the airframe.
Aviation dictionary. 2014.
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