Initial Unloading Period Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
initial unloading period
1.) In amphibious operations, that part of the ship-to-shore movement in which unloading is primarily tactical in character and must be instantly responsive to landing force requirements.
- see also general unloading period
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Term Classification: operations
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