pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, balance


pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, balance
That portion of the pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement that has not been acquired or funded. This level consists of the pre-positioned war reserve materiel requirement, less the pre-positioned war reserve requirement, protectable.

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