unit line number


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unit line number

A seven-character alphanumeric code that describes a unique increment of a unit deployment, i.e., advance party, main body, equipment by sea and air, reception team, or trail party, in a Joint Operation Planning and Execution System time-phased force and deployment data. Also called ULN.
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A unit line number (ULN) is an alphanumeric field (from two to seven characters in length) that describes a particular force in the TPFDD database.
Unit line numbers that are not identified as priority cargo for Air Mobility Command flights are booked on commercial multimodal transportation after being validated by both CENTCOM and USTRANSCOM.

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