intertheater

Related to intertheater: intratheater, intratheater airlift

intertheater

Between theaters or between the continental United States and theaters. See also intertheater traffic.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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JP 3-17, Air Mobility Operations, recommends treating the rapid global mobility mission as a global enterprise: "Although it is not necessary for a single global organization to centrally control all air mobility forces, all commanders should envision air mobility as a global system capable of simultaneously performing intertheater and intratheater missions." (8) There is a clear delineation of control regarding intra and intertheater airlift between USTRANSCOM's air C2 arm, the 618th AOC, or TACC and the theater AMDs.
Fourth, the United States announced that it will contribute a slew of "enabling capabilities" to facilitate the VJTF's operations, including strategic and intertheater lift; intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) assets; special-operations capabilities; command and control; and logistical assets.
To avoid IEDs, we rely on helicopters and cargo planes for intertheater lift, which increases cost and slows sustainment.
The AME's data reflect that in the first ten weeks of air mobility operations in Somalia, there were 877 intertheater missions.
However, some information can be inferred from US Air Force intertheater data, which shows that from 2003 to 2006, the Air Force evacuated a total of 37,000 patients from the US Central Command area of operations.
Eligible Soldiers stationed in an OCONUS accompanied long tour who volunteer for an intertheater transfer will be notified in advance of their projected home base or advance assignment.
DOD's distribution pipeline includes four legs--intracontinental, intertheater, intratheater, and point of employment--and involves numerous organizations responsible for various aspects of the distribution process for delivering supplies and equipment to Afghanistan.
It operated an intratheater airlift service but depended on Air Transport Command for intertheater airlift.
This support involves coordination of strategic intertheater airlifts, tactical LC-130 field support, aeromedical evacuation support, search and rescue response, sealifts, seaport access bulk fuel supply, port cargo handling, and transportation requirements.
Currently, this includes coordinating scheduled upgrades for initial-purchase systems and the intertheater movement of all deployed systems and providing full logistic support for in-theater systems by supplying joint sustainment facilities with repair parts.
Intertheater airland operations normally offload personnel and materiel at a main operating location within the theater.