- theater airlift liaison officer
- An officer specially trained to implement the theater air control system and to control tactical airlift assets. Theater airlift liaison officers are highly qualified, rated airlift officers with tactical (airdrop) airlift experience and assigned duties, supporting US Army units. Also called TALO.
Military dictionary. 2000.
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