Definition of D-day consumption/production differential assets

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D-day consumption/production differential assets

'D-day consumption/production differential assets' is an military term meaning '(DOD) As applied to the D-to-P concept, these assets are required to compensate for the inability of the production base to meet expenditure (consumption) requirements during the D-to-P period'.

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