strategic mobility


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strategic mobility

[strə′tē·jik mō′bil·əd·ē]
(ordnance)
The capability of a unit, command, force, or thing that enables it to be readily moved in advance of engagement with hostile forces.
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Today's high-tech warfighting investments to enhance lethality, mobility, and survivability continue to drive increased requirements for strategic mobility, fuel, ammunition, and other critical sustainment needs.
Under their strategic mobility partnership concluded in 2016, the partners have joined forces to shape the urban mobility of the future and to develop the city as a model for forward-looking, sustainable and integrated urban mobility.
A precondition for consideration of smaller aircraft into the strategic mobility mix is the reality that they have reduced ranges relative to their larger counterparts.
A second LTATV purchase consisting of 35 Polaris DAGORs (9-seat variant) should be immediately executed, leveraging their demonstrated versatility and durability, strategic mobility benefits, gun-ring option, and increased power generation for vital mission command systems.
Improving strategic mobility will also require decreasing lift and sustainment requirements and making intelligent use of prepositioned equipment in coordination with the Services and the Defense Logistics Agency.
More than 37,000 Airmen are deployed to 153 locations worldwide and 133,000 provide strategic mobility, space and missile capabilities, command and control, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to joint warfighters.
In 2007 he was recalled to active duty in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom as the Chief of Strategic Mobility Logistics for all Coalition Forces at Multi-National Forces-Iraq (CJ 1/4/8), Baghdad, Iraq.
Nixon's hopes of rescuing South Vietnam depended on the growing strategic mobility of American air power.
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On the global mobility side, we've got the strategic mobility assets--the C-5s and the C-17s.
Dubai-based airline Emirates has selected Dexterra Inc, a provider of mobile business software, as its strategic mobility partner.
Finally, it will offer no strategic mobility improvements over its tracked predecessor.
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