general depot

general depot

[¦jen·rəl ′dep·ō]
(ordnance)
Large supply establishment for receiving, storing, and issuing supplies for more than one technical service.
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Contract Awarded for Inspection, cleaning, testing, calibration, maintenance, and repair of underground storage tanks (usts) and auxiliary equipment at camp zama (cz), sagamihara family housing area (sfha), sagami general depot (sgd) and akasaka press center (apc), japan
WASHINGTON, Aug 25 (KUNA) -- The cause of an explosion and large fire at a storage building at the US Army's Sagami General Depot in Sagamihara City, Japan, remains under investigation, Pentagon spokesman Navy Captain Jeff Davis said on Monday.
The blast happened after midnight at the Sagami General Depot in Sagamihara, a city about 40 kilometers southwest of Tokyo,according to a statement by Navy Commander and Pentagon spokesperson, Bill Urban .
In Washington, US Navy Commander Bill Urban said the blast was at a building at the US Army Sagami General Depot in Sagamihara, about 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Tokyo.
It is the first time since 2000 that the drill has been held at Sagami General Depot.
Since introducing the system in 2003, the LMP team members have overcome obstacles such as learning how to use the complex ERP system, introducing cultural changes to the general depot population, and getting people to understand the level of data quality that's required.
Activated 3 February 1953 at Sharpe General Depot, California.
C&C manager of the year (multiple) was Martin Rogan of Booker, Morpeth; delivered depot manager of the year (independent) was Derek Rogers, MD, HN Nuttall; and delivered depot manager of the Year (multiple) was Steve Clayton, general depot manager, 3663, Birmingham.
military locations, including Kadena air base in Okinawa Prefecture, Yokota air base in western Tokyo, Sagami general depot in Kanagawa Prefecture, Misawa air base in Aomori Prefecture and Sasebo naval base in Nagasaki Prefecture.
Army's Sagami General Depot, with its muzzle pointing outside, shortly after the Sept.
Army's Aviation and Missile Command (AMCOM) at Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville, Alabama, to provide engineering support, field service support and general depot repairs for the Mast Mounted Sights (MMS) on OH-58 Kiowa Warrior attack helicopters.
Army this fiscal year to continue its electro-optical design and engineering, manufacturing, provision of spare parts, field service support, and general depot repairs for the Mast Mounted Sight (MMS) systems equipped on OH-58D Kiowa Warrior attack helicopters.
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