Military Sealift Command


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Military Sealift Command

A major command of the US Navy, and the US Transportation Command's component command responsible for designated common-user sealift transportation services to deploy, employ, sustain, and redeploy US forces on a global basis. Also called MSC. See also transportation component command.
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DoD further added that the ships will continue supporting worldwide prepositioning requirements of Military Sealift Command.
Nearly 10 million square feet of Operation Iraqi Freedom cargo was deployed or redeployed on Ready Reserve Force vessels as of September 2004, according to Janet Noel, the Military Sealift Command's liaison officer at the SDDC Operations Center.
Military Sealift Command (MSC) is a major provider of ocean transportation for the Navy and the U.S.
The USNS Choctaw County is a 'Spearhead' Class Fast Expeditionary Transport, used by US Military Sealift Command for the fast transport of troops and material in the Middle East theatre of operations.
Military Sealift Command operates a fleet of 28 prepositioning ships from strategic bases worldwide.
Shannon of Military Sealift Command, "With expanded theater-level responsibilities, they replaced the Supply Corps commanders aboard our T-AKEs."
Illinois USA-based aerospace and defense contractor AAR (NYSE: AIR) said that the US Military Sealift Command has exercised a second one-year renewal option for AAR's airlift division to ferry critical supplies to US Navy ships in the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans and the Arabian Gulf.
TeleCommunication Systems Inc (TCS) (Nasdaq:TSYS), a provider of secure mobile communication technology, has been named as the sole awardee of an indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity (IDIQ) contract for Military Sealift Command's Next Generation Wideband commercial satellite communications infrastructure and service.
Attendees played the roles of different stakeholders confronted with a disaster scenario borrowed from the Military Sealift Command's Sealift 2010 exercise and used SGST to plan and execute a coordinated interagency response.
The senior leaders of US-TRANSCOM, SDDC, Air Mobility Command and Military Sealift Command took part in the conference, which included firefighter training and a tour of the MOTSU rail and terminal facilities.
Personnel from the Coast Guard, Marine Corps, commercial carriers, and the port labor force have helped SDDC and the Navy's Military Sealift Command move nearly 900 vehicles a month.
Navy's Military Sealift Command (MSC) Fleet Paint and Related Services contract.

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