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Cargo transported via sealift must unload at a sea port of debarkation (SPOD) in another country and be further transported via rail, truck, or airlift into Afghanistan (see Figure 1).
Dinogan, USN, Sea Port of Debarkation Leading Petty Officer, Commander Fleet and Industrial Supply Centers Logistics Response Team, Fleet and Industrial Supply Center Jacksonville Detachment Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, January to March 2010.
In the first contingency response mission for the JTF-PO Sea Port of Debarkation team, the JTF-PO proved its mettle, opening the port at Port-au-Prince, managing operations above and beyond their mission requirements, and gaining crucial experiences to apply to their next challenge.
Most of this is Army combat resources that need to be moved forward from an aerial port of debarkation or sea port of debarkation.
Assign a logistics liaison team to the sea port of debarkation to ensure that all equipment shipped is actually received.
In the nine months since 1186th TTB took over responsibility for port operations at the sea port of debarkation and Kuwaiti Naval Base, the command has moved more than 52,000 pieces of equipment, totaling more than 7.
CROPs and the ammunition stored on them are removed from containers after the strategic leg of a force movement, such as from the continental United States (CONUS) to a sea port of debarkation (SPOD).
The assembly allows 599th personnel to provide ITV of equipment and cargo that is moving from the Sea Port of Embarkation or the Sea Port of Debarkation.