resupply


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resupply

[¦rē·sə′plī]
(industrial engineering)
The act of replenishing stocks in order to maintain required levels of supply.
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As in the situation of the commercial supply chain, where its specific operations are permanently monitored, military leaders and logisticians must know at any given time the movement in the distribution system of the materials (on classes) destined to resupply [7; 10].
During March, 2015, it was disclosed that SpaceX had been awarded an additional three missions under Commercial Resupply Services Phase 1.
Finally, the aircraft must maintain a hover when conducting a resupply with an ESBS in a wooded area.
An overhaul of this resupply installation will envisage bolstering all protection systems of the facility, including its air and counter-sabotage defenses.
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) used a robotic arm to capture and attach a Cygnus cargo resupply spacecraft on Sunday, marking several spaceflight firsts for NASA and its partner, Orbital Sciences Corp.
Intratheater resupply is conducted within a single geographic theater.
won a commercial resupply services contract from NASA, as part of the Commercial Orbital Transportation Services program.
The space shuttle Discovery has landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida after a 15-day resupply mission to the International Space Station.
Faced with the risk that Taliban attacks could imperil the main resupply route for NATO troops in Afghanistan, the US military has obtained permission to transport war m aterials through Russia and Central Asia.
If UASs performed resupply missions, CH--47 Chinook and UH--60 Black Hawk helicopter pilots could focus on the important mission of troop movement.
a means of rapidly resupplying units operating in inaccessible terrain and areas that don't allow for conventional means of resupply," Capt.
Today's Soldiers are learning adaptations to marksmanship, small unit tactics, casualty evacuation, indirect fire support, and resupply that will aid them in mountainous regions.