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numbered fleet

A major tactical unit of the Navy immediately subordinate to a major fleet command and comprising various task forces, elements, groups, and units for the purpose of prosecuting specific naval operations. See also fleet.
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numbered fleet, with over 60 ships and 200-300 aircraft, he talked about the possibility of a war with North Korea in February this year.
The areas commands are operationally focused and are aligned with the numbered fleet logistics staffs within their area of responsibility: MSC Atlantic in Norfolk, VA; MSC Pacific in San Diego, CA; MSC Europe and Africa in Naples, Italy; MSC Central in Ma-nama, Bahrain; and MSC Far East in Singapore.
The College shall conduct research, analysis, and gaming to support the requirements of the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations, the combatant commanders, the Navy component commanders, the Navy's numbered fleet commanders, other Navy and Marine Corps commanders, the U.
In the new joint command arrangements, each unified commander has his own naval component, a numbered fleet that exercises command in the AOR in a way very similar to the ground and air components.
The specially numbered fleet is a feature of London life and Mr Mullins has used it to raise funds for charity while it has helped his company win a national marketing award.
The unit is compatible with the AN/WSC-6(V) system, which is installed on all numbered fleet flag ships in the US Navy, and can be used in small ships and mobile vans.
They will excel in operational billets on our numbered fleet, joint, interagency, or multinational staffs.
Kennedy Carrier Strike Group, and at the numbered fleet level on the staff of Commander, U.
With regard to our research, analysis, and gaming function, we must continue to bring our unique advantages to bear on projects of significant importance to our regional commanders, our fleet and numbered fleet commanders, the Navy Staff, and the CNO.
Carrier Groups and Cruiser-Destroyer Groups have been redesignated Carrier Strike Groups (CSG), bringing them under the administrative command of the numbered fleet commanders.
numbered fleet, with 60-70 ships, 200-300 aircraft and about 40,000 Sailors and Marines operating in the region on a typical day.