COMREL

AcronymDefinition
COMRELCommunity Relations
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of Uppercross, in the county of Somerset," and by inserting most accurately the day of the month on which he had lost his wife.
Then followed the history and rise of the ancient and respectable family, in the usual terms; how it had been first settled in Cheshire; how mentioned in Dugdale, serving the office of high sheriff, representing a borough in three successive parliaments, exertions of loyalty, and dignity of baronet, in the first year of Charles II, with all the Marys and Elizabeths they had married; forming altogether two handsome duodecimo pages, and concluding with the arms and motto:--"Principal seat, Kellynch Hall, in the county of Somerset," and Sir Walter's handwriting again in this finale:--
The second day brought them into the cherished, or the prohibited, county of Somerset, for as such was it dwelt on by turns in Marianne's imagination; and in the forenoon of the third they drove up to Cleveland.
Thank you all for your continued support and enthusiasm, and keep your eye out for future COMREL events in your area.
The COMREL project involved renovation of the kitchen, dining area and playground--repaired leaks, swing-set seats, electrical and lighting fixtures, replaced kitchen cabinet doors, and two 12' seesaw planks, painted the walls, counters, cabinets, table and playground equipment.
Over time, this team developed a detailed and highly efficient logistics planning matrix; this matrix saved the mission significant time and money by squaring away daily requirements for each port's husbanding agent as early as possible and ensuring that dental, medical, Seabee, and COMREL teams arrived on site faster and fully supplied.
In COMREL, the crew expended 3,295 total man-days dedicated to hospital refurbishment, school refurbishment, erosion control, home construction, sports participation, and IT support.
The Stores division expended numerous man-hours as they on-loaded 1,128 pallets of stock, deliver-to-order (DTO), and contractor furnished material to be used throughout the deployment and for COMREL projects.
As mentioned, potable water was a concern not only on board, but also ashore for the COMREL, training and repair shore parties.
During the sixhour RAS with the USNS Patuxent (T-AO 201), the ship received 68 pallets of material via connected replenishment, ranging from fresh fruits and vegetables to wood for COMREL projects and 400,000 gallons of fuel.