Definition of selective unloading

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selective unloading

'selective unloading' is an military term. It means '(DOD) In an amphibious operation, the controlled unloading from assault shipping, and movement ashore, of specific items of cargo at the request of the landing force commander. Normally, selective unloading parallels the landing of nonscheduled units during the initial unloading period of the ship-to-shore movement'.

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