Each of USTRANSCOM's functional distribution components would then be able to integrate the distribution process from end to end, working with each other to design distribution networks that reflect the best use of multimodal operations in support of joint force requirements, sharing information across the distribution network to ensure visibility and control, and linking with the elements of the joint force to ensure rapid and flexible throughput to the customer/tactical level.
What does F stand for?
F stands for Functional Distribution
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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- Frankfurt (German auto license plates)
- Frequency of Lifting
- Froude Number
- Fsmart (China)
- Fujita (tornado intensity scale, ranging from F1 to F5)
- Functor (abstract algebra)
- Phenylalanine (amino acid)
- Registration (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- Undenominated United States Stamp (29 cents, introduced 3 Feb 1991)
- Federal Supplement (decisions of US district courts)
- Fabrication and Assembly
- Facilities and Administrative Costs (aka Indirect Costs or Overhead)
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The text moves from the functional distribution of income in a pure market economy, through explanation of personal distribution of income in terms of individual differences in tastes, tolerance for risk and time preference, the direct and feedback effects of government policies that affect the distribution of income, and the influence of discrimination, and on to issues of poverty measurement, the fundamental causes of poverty, and anti-poverty policy.
He then offers chapters on ideologies, subsidiarity and justice, individual rights, the state and groups, constitutionalism, geographic and functional distributions of power, and political change.
These chapters are followed by explorations of ideologies, subsidiarity and justice, the state and individual rights, the state and groups, constitutionalism, geographic and functional distributions of power, and political change.