port operations group


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port operations group

A task-organized unit, located at the seaport of embarkation and/or debarkation under the control of the landing force support party and/or combat service support element, that assists and provides support in the loading and/or unloading and staging of personnel, supplies, and equipment from shipping. Also called POG. See also combat service support element; landing force support party; task organization.
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The 837th Transportation Battalion spearheaded the operation, which was conducted with the 6th Ordnance Battalion, the 25th Movement Control Battalion, and the ROK Port Operations Group.
The 837th, along with its ROK Port Operations Group counterparts, supported the theater's War Reserves Stockpile Allies-Korea retrograde initiative which involved two vessels delivering 2,377 TEUs to the U.
The Finnish shipping and port operations group Finnlines Plc said on Thursday (6 July) that it has agreed to sell its German subsidiary Team Lines GmbH & Co KG to Belgian shipping company Delphis NV.
In addition, CFAC port operations group arranged support for 23 ships and submarines that pulled in to various ports located throughout the Korean peninsula, resulting in the delivery of 82,000 pounds of mail, repair parts, and provisions.
Blanton said the team effort includes the ROK Port Operations Group, Department of the Army civilians, Korean nationals, noncommissioned officers, officers, the Military Sealift Command, the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, and the 6th Ordnance Battalion, which has four support units on the Korean peninsula.
Lee Jong-goo, Republic of Korea (ROK) Port Operations Group commander, acted at the ROK co-chair for the exercise at the CSCC.
The 599th Trans Group and the ROKA Port Operations Group worked in a combined environment to execute the efficient use of stevedores, equipment, port facilities, coastal shipping and other assets to ensure throughput of cargo, said Which Wilson, 599th Deputy Assistant Chief of Staff for Operations.
Personnel from the II MEF included embarkation officers who assisted with planning the load and the Port Operations Group, which is equivalent to an Army Port Support Activity.