administrative shipping
Support shipping that is capable of transporting troops and cargo from origin to destination, but that cannot be loaded or unloaded without non-organic personnel and/or equipment (e.g., cargo handling personnel, stevedores, piers, barges, cranes, materials handling equipment, vessels, etc.). See also administrative loading; administrative movement.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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