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line-haul

Definition/Scope: (FM 1-02) In highway transportation, a type of haul involving long trips over the road in which the portion of driving time is high in relation to the time consumed in loading and unloading. Line haul usually involves one trip or a portion of a trip per operating shift of 10 hours, or 2 trips per day. See FM 4-01.30 for more information.



Broader Terms:

heavy equipment transport system
transportation
US Transportation Command

Narrower Terms:

ammunition
container transportation
supply

Related Terms:

convoys (ground)
Global Transportation Network
logistics
port
terminal


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