movement schedule

movement schedule

A schedule developed to monitor or track a separate entity, whether it is a force requirement, cargo or personnel increment, or lift asset. The schedule reflects the assignment of specific lift resources (such as an aircraft or ship) that will be used to move the personnel and cargo included in a specific movement increment. Arrival and departure times at ports of embarkation, etc., are detailed to show a flow and workload at each location. Movement schedules are detailed enough to support plan implementation.
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In the hope of reinstating the hospital appointment I tried to discover when it would be possible to travel normally by obtaining the turbine movement schedule.
But the really spooky thing about E-Guard is that you can print out an exact movement schedule for your car, the speed you were travelling at, where you went and how long you parked.
Similarly, an Army Movement Noncommissioned Officer (88N20) requests and coordinates transport capability to meet a movement mission; prepares transportation movement documents and related forms for the type of shipment and mode of travel; monitors all freight, cargo, and materiel shipments to ensure accountability; requests, coordinates, and monitors movement schedules and programs; ensures transport capability is appropriate, cost effective, and meets mission requirements; operates automated data processing equipment to document movement information; responds to shipment inquiries, discrepancies, and routine transactions.
Movement schedules to Al-Jamrat Bridge take into account the requirements of the pilgrims' departure times, he said, pointing out that these schedules were issued since the beginning of Dul Qadah to allow the pilgrimage affairs offices and muttawifs to alert pilgrims in advance about these schedules.
Two mining areas (Stage 1 and Stage 2) were identified, pits designed, and material movement schedules completed (refer Figure 1).
Within months, the Navy commander was providing Francis with ship movement schedules for the USS George Washington Carrier Strike Group and other ships, the prosecution alleges.
Short term and operational forecasting - this process refines flight movement schedules to allow for near term forecast information to be generated for planning, operational and budgetary purposes.
The need to deconflict movement schedules, establish priorities, and understand the tactical picture are all applicable on today's battlefield.
For example, the time frames for completing many BRAC recommendations are so closely sequenced and scheduled to be completed in 2011 that any significant changes in personnel movement schedules or construction delays could jeopardize DOD's ability to meet the statutory 2011 deadline.
Vault Management: Systems managers and administrators can set parameters to manage tapes based on days or generations and to create automated movement schedules.