ACSASAdvanced Conformal Submarine Acoustic Sensor
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12 -- The Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement (ACSA) signed between the Governments of Sri Lanka and the United States in March 2007 which allowed both countries to transfer and exchange logistics supplies, support, and re-fueling services clearly benefitted the United States in its military operation in the Asia-Pacific region - specifically US Pacific Command (USPACOM) which is now US Indo-Pacific Command (USINDOPACOM) - but left Sri Lanka with absolutely no benefit from the U.S.
We used negative binomial regression for analyses in which ACSAs or readmissions were the outcome, and linear regression for analyses in which spending was the outcome.
through organic support, multinational support, acquisition and cross-servicing agreement (ACSA) support, or contracted support.
Further, Class I support through Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreements (ACSA) required supply personnel to closely work with host nation service providers and accurately forecast requirements.
The planning team met dally over several weeks to identify Immediate requirements for life support, logistics, and requirements to Include both In the ESA and in an Acquisition and Cross Servicing Agreement (ACSA).
For closer ties between Japan's Self-Defense Forces and the South Korean military, the two countries are also negotiating an Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement, or ACSA, which would stipulate reciprocal provision of supplies such as food, water and fuel plus medical services when they conduct joint activities.
** Any payments made pursuant to the Acquisition and Cross-Servicing Agreement (ACSA) between the U.S.
While the United States has executed ACSAs with other nations since the 1980s, no system existed to manage the agreements.
Legislative changes included revocation of the geographic restriction and a broadening of the program as commanders saw the benefits of ACSA. Today 79 ACSAs exist--a relatively impressive number for a program that had only eight such agreements in 1990.
The maze of transfer programs--such as bilateral ACSAs, Foreign Military Sales, Presidential Drawdown, Excess Articles, Defense Cooperative Arrangements, and so forth--provides unequal levels of support to different nations and is much too cumbersome, especially in crisis action.