Airborne


Airborne

Airborne usually refers to airborne forces in the military. It may also refer to:

* "Airborne" (album), an album by The Flying Burrito Brothers
* Airborne (band), a jazz band based in Connecticut
* Airborne (dietary supplement), a dietary herbal supplement claimed to ward off flu and the common cold
* "Airborne" (Don Felder album), the only solo album by Don Felder
* "Airborne" (film), a 1993 comedy/drama film
* Airborne (House episode), an episode of the television series "House, M.D."
* Airborne Express, a former U.S. package delivery service
* Airborne Ranger, a 1987 computer game by Microprose
* , a video game in the Medal of Honor series
* Airborne, a character from the G.I. Joe universe
* "Airborne", a song by Cinerama from their 2002 album "Torino"
* Airborne, a supervillain character in the Death Squad in the comic "Iron man" by Marvel Comics
* Airborne (company), a video game development company that works with Disney

See also

* "Airborn", a 2004 novel by Canadian author Kenneth Oppel, also adapted into a movie
* "Airborn", the U.S. release of 1979 British album "Platinum" by Mike Oldfield
* Airbourne (band), an Australian rock band
* Airbourne (air show), an international air show in Eastbourne, Sussex, England


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  • airborne — adj. 1. conveyed by or through air, as dust or pollen; as, a clean room is needed to avoid airborne contaminants. [WordNet 1.5] 2. in flight; flying; said of an airplane. [PJC] 3. (Mil.) carried directly to the site of battle by aircraft; said of …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • airborne — [er′bôrn΄] adj. 1. carried by or through the air [airborne bacteria, airborne troops] 2. supported only by aerodynamic forces; aloft or flying …   English World dictionary

  • airborne —   [ eəbɔːn, englisch »in der Luft getragen«], im Flugzeug befördert, vom Flugzeug aus, luftgestützt (Trägerflugzeuge). Airborne Methode, die geologische oder archäologische Erkundung vom Flugzeug aus …   Universal-Lexikon

  • airborne — (adj.) 1640s, carried through the air, from AIR (Cf. air) (n.1) + BORNE (Cf. borne). Of military units, from 1937 …   Etymology dictionary

  • airborne — ► ADJECTIVE 1) carried or spread through the air. 2) (of an aircraft) flying …   English terms dictionary

  • airborne — [[t]e͟ə(r)bɔː(r)n[/t]] 1) ADJ: v link ADJ If an aircraft is airborne, it is in the air and flying. The pilot did manage to get airborne. 2) ADJ: ADJ n Airborne troops use parachutes to get into enemy territory. The allies landed thousands of… …   English dictionary

  • airborne — i. The state of an aircraft from the moment it becomes entirely sustained by air (i.e., it has gained flying speed) until it ceases to be so sustained (i.e., either landed or crashed). In the case of lighter than air aircraft, they are not said… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Airborne — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Airborne – Flügel aus Stahl Originaltitel Fire Birds …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • airborne — air|borne [ er,bɔrn ] adjective 1. ) an aircraft that is airborne is in the air: Once the airplane was airborne, drinks were brought to the passengers. a ) used for describing groups of soldiers who jump from aircraft using PARACHUTES: the 82nd… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • airborne — UK [ˈeə(r)ˌbɔː(r)n] / US [ˈerˌbɔrn] adjective 1) a) an aircraft that is airborne is in the air Once the plane was airborne, drinks were brought round. b) used for describing groups of soldiers who jump from aircraft using parachutes the 82nd… …   English dictionary