The mission load for the service detachment in a theater of operations depends on a number of factors, including the theater's level of development, the operating tempo of the operational detachments bravo and ODAs, and the availability of contract support.
What does ML stand for?
ML stands for Mission Load
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We have 134 other meanings of ML in our Acronym Attic
- Miller Lite (beer)
- Mini Load
- Mining Lease
- Minor League (baseball)
- Mismatch Loss
- Missile Launch (US Air Force)
- Mission Liaison (US DoD)
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The AMMOs, working in concert with the Mobile Fleet Support Team (MFST), will begin by grooming the deploying unit's ordnance records in ROLMS or OIS to clear up any discrepancies prior to taking on their mission load.
This is a quick and easy way to determine requirements, and it can be easily tailored to mission loads that may differ from the basic loads listed in Field Manuals (FMs) 17-15, Tank Platoon, and 7-7J, Mechanized Infantry Platoon and Squad (Bradley).
The attraction of the rendezvous mission under study is that all the propellants for the return to Earth would remain in the Mars orbiter; extra energy would not have to be expended lifting off Mars, and a Delta-class rocket could launch the total mission load, at a third of the cost of more powerful boosters.
Because the Predator has a long loiter time, it is an ideal platform for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, so the 46th ERS mission load has increased.
The challenges of transforming while at war, while increasing the mission load, are all part of the 412th's mission of providing responsive, superior engineer support anywhere in the world.