war reserve


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war reserve

Aircraft, armament, and spares kept in reserve for use in war as well as to make up for a shortfall as a result of attrition.
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We have operationalized war reserve secondary items in APS 4 by transferring them to MSC-K in order to greatly improve readiness.
Found in the one forgotten warehouse of war reserve were a huge lot of 91/30 Snipers all ready for issue.
While the industry must be configured and maintained to produce munitions required for war reserve and training stocks, difficulties arise in determining those requirements.
The network may additionally maintain a "war reserve" to replace neutralized assets and compromised pathways, though returns may diminish as a conflict's duration increases.
Under the chosen COA, the team would develop a capability in the Transportation Coordinators' Automated Information for Movement System II (TC-AIMS II) to accept Army War Reserve Deployment System-generated supply TCNs and the associated supply and transportation data.
The Global Force Management construct supplements prepositioned theater munitions with war reserve materiel (WRM) swing stocks to meet a variety of missions throughout multiple theaters.
PBUSE interfaces with several other critical logistics systems, including LOGSA LIW, the Standard Army Retail Supply System, the Defense Finance and Accounting Service Corporate Database, the Army War Reserve Deployment System, the General Funds Enterprise Business System, the Central Issue Facility-Installation Support Module, the Worldwide Ammunition Reporting System, and Program Executive Office (PEO) Soldier's fielding application.
Specifically, NNSA's goals were to create a capability to manufacture 10 pits per year starting in 2007 and to deliver a single W88 war reserve pit to the stockpile in 2007.
as well, doubling the funds allotted to the existing program whereby America stores arms and equipment in classified US facilities in Israel, called War Reserve Stockpiles.
National Guard and war reserve tanks that have not been modified with the DHI should continue to use the old configuration DAP.
The goal was to avoid the complete depletion of all airdrop war reserve stocks of high velocity CDS systems and to reduce operation and support costs.
The collocated operating bases serve as reception and "bed-down" centers for incoming forces for exercises, contingencies and wartime, as well as manage a massive war reserve materiel program.