LOGISTICSThe science of planning and carrying
out the movement and maintenance of military
(MSDS)Manufacturers information providing
safety, fire, chemical, storage, disposal, and health
data for specific chemicals.
MATERIALAll items necessary to equip, operate,
maintain, and support an activity.
METEOROLOGYThe science that deals with the
phenomena of the atmosphere, especially weather
and weather conditions.
NONCONSUMABLEItems requisitioned on an
as-needed basis, i.e., specific repair parts and
OBLIQUEHaving a slanting or sloping direction,
course, or position.
OCEANOGRAPHYThe exploration and scientific
study of the ocean and its phenomena.
ORDNANCEMilitary materiel, such as weapons,
ammunition, combat vehicles, and equipment.
PROCUREMENTThe process of obtaining
materials and services to support the operation of an
PSYCHOANALYZETo treat by means of
RENDERTo submit or present, as for consideration,
approval, or payment; to give or make available,
provide; to give what is due or owed.
REQUISITIONObtaining material utilizing supply
documents through the supply system.
SEAFARERA sailor or mariner; one who travels by
SHIPS HAZARDOUS MATERIAL LIST
(SHML)A record of the hazardous material
authorized aboard U.S. Navy ships.
SOLVENTSA substance, usually liquid that
SUBDELEGATINGEntrusting to some-one else
what has been entrusted to you.
SUBORDINATEOccupying a lower class or rank.
SUPPLIESAll items necessary to equip, maintain,
and operate a military command, including food,
clothing, equipment, arms, ammunition, fuel,
materials, and machinery of all types.
maintenance (while in storage), and salvage of
supplies, including the determination of the type
and quality of supplies.
UNIFIEDMade into a unit or systematically