Selective Off-loading Definition - MilitaryDictionary.org
1.) The capability to access and off-load vehicles, supplies, and equipment without having to conduct a major reconfiguration or total off-load; influenced by the number and types of ships allocated, and the space made available for the embarkation of the landing force.
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Term Classification: operations
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