1964-01-01

Air Terminal Ossification - The Defense Cure (Intransit Control of Military Air Cargo) 640542

Speed of cargo in the air is being depreciated by terminal lethargy on the ground. Not only carrier velocity but increased traffic volume is placing crucial pressure on the terminals. With soaring speeds and volume shipment identity and control is rising problem. The military solution is a new terminal handling system ranging from ultra-sophisticated computer controls in the U. S. to the use of basic machinery and muscle in forward areas. Key to precision control is MILSTAMP - the Military Standard Transportation and Movement Procedure.

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