Definition of inner transport area

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inner transport area

'inner transport area' is an military term meaning '(DOD) In amphibious operations, an area as close to the landing beach as depth of water, navigational hazards, boat traffic, and enemy action permit, to which transports may move to expedite unloading. See also outer transport area; transport area'.

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