Definition of Sealift Readiness Program

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Sealift Readiness Program

'Sealift Readiness Program' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A standby contractual agreement between Military Sealift Command and US ship operators for voluntary provision of private ships for defense use. Call-up of ships may be authorized by joint approval of the Secretary of Defense and the Secretary of Transportation. Also called SRP. See also Military Sealift Command'.

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