LAPES (Low Altitude Parachute Extraction System) is a were a cargo plane like a C-130 would skim about 5 feet along the ground and a parachute is poped out the back and jerks the cargo out.
This would be just cool to see a LAPES drop of like say a DPV for the ghost during a mission.
Say for example the ghost could secure a small field then a scripted radio call is sent for the C-130 to make its run. It swoopes down and drops the thing and it coms to a sliding halt along the ground ready for action.
The images show how it works. They show a small load of supplies but they can do it with light units as well like a striker or the XM125(think thats the designation) light tank or just about anything else that you can shove in the back of a C-130,C-17.
Type II Modular Platform with Two Strongbacks Positioned, Typical