On 2-3 October 2006, the AVT-133 program committee of the Applied Vehicle Technology (AVT) Panel of NATO's Research and Technology Organization (RTO) held a Specialists' Meeting entitled Fluid Dynamics of Personnel and Equipment Precision Delivery from Military Platforms in Vilnius, Lithuania. The objectives of this meeting included reviewing the hierarchy of applicable simulation models, establishing the state-of-the-art in the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and ground test simulation of these types of operations, and making recommendations on ways to improve technical capabilities in these areas. All of the objectives of the AVT-133 Specialists Meeting were met. Many key issues were discussed and some new innovative state-of-the-art computational and experimental research covered in the presentations made by the authors. A broad overview of numerous precision airdrop related applications was provided including a range of very basic research efforts, to near fully-developed systems and qualification tests of fully-developed systems, to existing fielded precision airdrop systems. A follow-on Specialists' Meeting is strongly suggested, perhaps within two years, to review the progress of work pursued in the area of fluid dynamics of personnel and equipment from military platforms and to determine how much validation in this area has been accomplished. The technical evaluator also makes suggestions in the recommendations section of this report regarding additional Specialists' Meetings related to precision airdrop for the RTO's consideration.