Official definition of the United States Department of the term D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement .
D-to-P materiel readiness gross requirement
As applied to the D-to-P concept, the gross requirement for all supplies and materiel needed to meet all initial pipeline and anticipated expenditure (consumption) requirements between D-day and P-day. Includes initial allowances, continental United States and overseas operating and safety levels, intransit levels of supply, and the cumulative sum of all items expended (consumed) during the D-to-P period. See also D-to-P concept. (US DoD)
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