Definition of amphibious bulk liquid transfer system

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amphibious bulk liquid transfer system

'amphibious bulk liquid transfer system' is an military term. It means '(DOD) Hosereel system providing capability to deliver fuel and/or water from ship to shore. System includes 10,000 feet of 6" buoyant hose for fuel, and 10,000 ft of 4" buoyant hose for water. System are deployed on Maritime Pre-positioning Ships Squadrons, and are normally used in direct support of maritime pre-positioning force operations. Also called ABLTS'.

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