direct exchange


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direct exchange

A supply method of issuing serviceable materiel in exchange for unserviceable materiel on an item-for-item basis. Also called DX.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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The device will allow 128bit AES peer-to-peer encryption on the transfer of information directly from devices supporting SD, Bluetooth, Zigbee, WiFi, USB or Serial connectivity back to centralised cloud based servers; direct exchange of data will also be supported on all compatible devices.
Ahmed bin Abdullah al-Mahmoud hoped both countries would engage in direct exchange investment.
The E-Justice online portal would come with explanations of member states' various laws in civil matters, and it would provide for the direct exchange of information between national criminal records offices.
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