Definition of offshore bulk fuel system

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offshore bulk fuel system

'offshore bulk fuel system' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The system used for transferring fuel from points offshore to reception facilities on the beach. It consists of two subsystems: amphibious bulk liquid transfer system and the offshore petroleum discharge system. See also amphibious bulk liquid transfer system; offshore petroleum discharge system'.

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