Definition of strategic sealift

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strategic sealift

'strategic sealift' is an military term meaning '(DOD) The afloat pre-positioning and ocean movement of military materiel in support of US and multinational forces. Sealift forces include organic and commercially acquired shipping and shipping services, including chartered foreign-flag vessels and associated shipping services'.

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