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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The surveillance and movement control will be effected in the Quarantine Zone, while movement control such as surveillance and Infected Zones only, will be done for the Surveillance Zone.
When deciding where each vital member of the DTO and elements of a movement control team (MCT) will operate, the 25th ID G-4 team first looked at what the required capabilities were for the division main command post, support area command post (SACP), division tactical command post (TAC), and support area TAC.
"The pilot only followed the instruction and directions from the Aircraft Movement Control (AMC) officer," Prihantoro said in a statement.
The 39th Movement Control Battalion, which deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, provides movement control for all of Afghanistan.
The contributions to the present special issue clarify key elements of both internal and external factors in eye movement control (G.
The company's AirCentre Movement Control is intended to help Peach manage daily flight operations, giving its operations department a complete view of flight and maintenance schedules, load weight, crew connections and passenger information.
"We are already protesting in front of the Suez Canal's movement control office, El-Arbaeian Square and in front of the governorate building.
Manama, May 21 (BNA) -- The Ministery of Municpalties and Urban Planning in the unrest of protecting and maintaining the health of the animal population and protection against spread of infectious diseases is continuing with the restricted movement control of horses within Bahrain except under licence issued by the Ministry.
Walking requires energy, movement control, and support, and places demands on multiple organ systems.
The purpose of this study was, therefore, to examine whether lombopelvic movement control or generalized joint hypermobility would predict injuries in dancers.
In ten illustrated chapters, international contributors review the development of binocular vision and eye movement control; clinical disorders that interfere with depth perception; new trends in 3D reconstruction models, e.g., the structure from motion method, to compute binocular vision parameters from image sequences; and new methodologies for assessing binocular vision disorders including congenital nystagmus.
The term transportation movement release (TMR) is defined in Field Manual 4-01.30, Movement Control. It is used correctly in "Movement Control in Europe" by Captain John D.

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