bare base


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bare base

A base with runway(s), taxi-track(s), and minimal facilities for accommodating personnel and operating aircraft. The other specialized infrastructure for operating and maintaining aircraft is not there and has to be taken along by the operating unit.
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Following a technical description of the CAT and its mission modules, the advantages of using these modules for transporting war materiel are addressed, with particular attention to establishing high-throughput global air bridges, prepositioning forces at regional bases, and rapidly moving air and land forces forward into bare bases.
For example, in some areas, parameterization and rules collection might reveal value in establishing separate UTCs to supply a given capability to a bare base versus an international airport.
In the purest case, a land-based location would be able to airlift its assets directly to the bare base.
For example, the medical community initially elected to drop power generation capability from its expeditionary facilities in the expectation of hooking into the bare base power grid.
You can't always find a place to wash your clothes, especially at a bare base," he said.
Analytical models of the designs will be tested to evaluate the processing of waste streams expected from a bare base.
The on-the-go convenience is especially important to airmen who are deployed to a bare base, something people at the 4th Fighter Wing here are trained to do.
As with Curacao, we turn it into a bare base In short order and then leave so others can accomplish their missions.
The WSM is usually among the first of the safety team to arrive at a bare base and assists with infrastructure layout.
Air Force as part of its Bare Base program, and the unit, in a slightly different configuration, will also be procured by the U.
ADRIENNE SAYS: Clematis (inset) are quite vigorous plants and without pruning the long shoots soon get tangled and the plant becomes unsightly with bare bases and flowers so high up that they cannot be enjoyed.
From flying missions over Southwest Asia combat zones and delivering people and supplies to building bare bases and providing humanitarian relief, they want to see the fight through to the end.