war reserve stock


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war reserve stock

That portion of total materiel assets designated to satisfy the war reserve materiel requirement. Also called WRS. See also reserve; war reserve materiel requirement; war reserves.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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Because of our significant national commitment to Korea, in addition to supporting FMS sales, our program involves support of end items purchased through direct commercial sales, war gaming and the war reserve stock for allies (WRSA) program.
The Philippine Air Force has advanced over P800 million for fuels, oil and lubricants as War Reserve Stocks even before it could utilize P466.78 million in FOL stocks previously paid to a petroleum company by the military unit.
APS comprise five land- and sea-based categories: unit sets, operational project stocks, sustainment stocks, War Reserve Stocks for Allies, and activity sets.
Department of Defense-owned "War Reserve Stocks" of missiles and ammunition.
His final tour on active duty in 2008 was as the Director, Operations and Logistics Readiness, G43, on the Army staff at the Pentagon, where he lead a staff responsible for all Army logistics readiness reporting, served as Army lead for resourcing and policy regarding weapon systems sustainment, war reserve stocks, expeditionary housing, and ran the Army's Logistics Operations Center - a 24 hour/7 days-a-week operations center located in the Pentagon.
In addition to serving as the host unit for the annual Golden Mariner exercise in May 2009 at MOTCO, the 834th conducted the first two War Reserve Stocks Ammo--Korea imports, discharging more than 1,200 containers during each import rotation conducted during August and November 2009.
The government strategy is to fight from the war reserve stocks and replenish during peacetime.
America maintains war reserve stocks around the world -- mainly in NATO countries, but in some major non-NATO allies as well.
The goal was to avoid the complete depletion of all airdrop war reserve stocks of high velocity CDS systems and to reduce operation and support costs.
The Marine Corps ammunition and the other stocks eventually will become part of the War Reserve Stocks for Allies program and will be shipped to another host nation.
TACOM maintains limited war reserve stocks of track--enough for one-and-a-half months of consumption.