movement control


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movement control

1. The planning, routing, scheduling, and control of personnel and cargo over lines of communications.
2. An organization responsible for the planning, routing, scheduling, and control of personnel and cargo movements over lines of communications. Also called movement control center or MCC. See also consumer logistics; line of communications; logistic and movement control center; movement control center; movement control teams; non-unit-related cargo; non-unit-related personnel.
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Achieving Forrest's method requires a movement control element with the authority to ensure that combat units and sustainment units are integrated on a finite number of routes.
The 39th Movement Control Battalion, which deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, provides movement control for all of Afghanistan.
Treleaven J (2008) Sensorimotor disturbances in neck disorders affecting postural stability, head and eye movement control.
Abdel Gawad added that the main sit-in is in front of the Suez Canal's movement control office, which is surrounded with barbed wire and guarded by the third army.
Fischer's work has been featured on several German television news programs which reported on his research in the area of deficits in vision and eye movement control, as well as his success using vision therapy and its ability to improve reading.
They address questions about constraints that the visual system and eye movement control have on visual word recognition, the role of the left and right visual field, what information the brain computes when reading, and the contribution of the visual system towards reading disability, specifically dyslexia.
In addition, the DSC will fulfill a much-needed requirement to provide necessary technical training, as well as maintain readiness oversight for all non-aligned Army Reserve terminal, watercraft, rail, movement control and deployment and distribution units.
Aguilera, an Army Reserve chaplain's assistant now stationed at the 420th Movement Control Battalion in Sherman Oaks, wasn't always enthusiastic about a life in the service.
Grant and got it to the beach movement control officer for transport to England.
Steve Daniels, a contractor supporting the USTRANSCOM Readiness, Exercises and Training Branch, said that the group was reviewing capability shortfalls in three specific focus areas: requirements and movement control, asset visibility, and capability closure.
Other Airmen, such as aircrews, who may be approved are those in direct support of OEF humanitarian operations from stateside locations, or deployed overseas and were assigned to or working from one of the following locations: Combined Air Operations Center, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia; Regional Air Movement Control Center, AI Udeid, Qatar; 437th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron or 37th Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany; 351st Air Refueling Squadron, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England; 2nd Space Operations Squadron, Falcon Air Force Base, Colo.
locations or were deployed overseas and assigned to or working from one of the following locations: the Combined Air Operations Center, Prince Sultan Air Base, Saudi Arabia; the Regional Air Movement Control Center, Al Udeid, Qatar; the 437th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron or 37th Airlift Squadron, Ramstein Air Base, Germany; the 351st Air Refueling Squadron, Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England; the 2nd Space Operations Squadron, Falcon Air Force Base, Colo.

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