Definition of sealift enhancement features

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sealift enhancement features

'sealift enhancement features' is an military term. It means '(DOD) Special equipment and modifications that adapt merchant-type dry cargo ships and tankers to specific military missions. They are typically installed on Ready Reserve Force ships or ships under Military Sealift Command control. Sealift enhancements fall into three categories: productivity, survivability, and operational enhancements. Also called SEFs. See also Military Sealift Command; Ready Reserve'.

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