Definition of initial unloading period

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initial unloading period

'initial unloading period' is an military term. It means '(DOD) In amphibious operations, that part of the ship-to-shore movement in which unloading is primarily tactical in character and must be instantly responsive to landing force requirements. All elements intended to land during this period are serialized. See also general unloading period'.

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