Definition of point-to-point sealift

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point-to-point sealift

'point-to-point sealift' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The movement of troops and/or cargo in Military Sealift Command nucleus or commercial shipping between established ports, in administrative landings, or during logistics over-the-shore operations. See also administrative landing; administrative movement; logistics over-the-shore operations'.

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