cross-servicing
A subset of common-user logistics in which a function is performed by one Military Service in support of another Military Service and for which reimbursement is required from the Service receiving support. See also acquisition and cross-servicing agreement; common-user logistics; servicing.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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