home station


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home station

The permanent location of active duty units and Reserve Component units (e.g., location of armory or reserve center). See also active duty; Reserve Components.
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The tyranny of distance and the communications challenges at NTC are difficult to replicate at home station, but the integration of all systems at home station can result in the early identification of deficiencies and weaknesses.
The majority of the I Corps ECOP is created and managed by the intelligence reach element at home station.
Without question, the sustainment brigade's influence is broadened under the more formal, attached command relationship at home station.
Sending a lieutenant and his or her platoon away from home station and primarily involving the platoon leadership in the logistics and sustainment planning needed for safely deploying, executing the training, and redeploying demonstrates what can be expected in a real-world mission.
Be prepared for longer hours than a typical workday at home station.
The V-Man Home Station from Varta allows you to charge up to four different devices at the same time in a single place.
This type of sniper training is also becoming more prevalent at home station with numerous mission commanders requesting towers for their sniper team sustainment training.
IF YOU HAVE ORDERS FOR A PERMANENT CHANGE OF STATION OR SERVICE SEPARATION WITHIN SO DAYS OF RETURNING TO YOUR HOME STATION, NOW YOU CAN TURN IN YOUR ORGANIZATIONAL CLOTHING AND INDIVIDUAL EQUIPMENT (OCIE) BEFORE YOU LEAVE THEATER.
It also enables them to avoid late payment surcharge if they are visitingsomewhere else from their home station.
A MEMBER of Llandudno lifeboat crew has been involved in a second dramatic rescue operation over 250 miles from his home station.
The unit travelled, as a team, from the 403rd Wing at their home station of Keesler Air Force Base, Miss.
Adequately showing this progress to the brigade's leaders will instill confidence in the reset process, making reset easier once all the deployed equipment returns to home station.