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FDTFluctuation-Dissipation Theorem (statistical physics)
FDTField Device Tool
FDTFormal Description Techniques
FDTField Definition Table
FDTFixed Disk Table
FDTFull Duplex Transmission
FDTFull Duplex Tokenring
FDTFull Duplex Transhybrid
FDTFlat Display Trinitron
FDTFast Data Transfer (computing)
FDTFrequency Doubling Technology (glaucoma test)
FDTFranking Deficit Tax (Australia)
FDTFully-Differential Transconductor (electrical engineering)
FDTFormal Description Technique
FDTFermeture de Tahiti (French fence company)
FDTFrame Due Time
FDTForce Development Test
FDTFloodway Data Table (various locations)
FDTFlow Detection Transducer (wastewater monitoring)
FDTFlash Distribution Transport (France)
FDTFinal de Temporada (Spanish)
FDTFirst Destination Transportation
FDTFuzzy Distance Transform (bone imaging)
FDTFlight Dynamics Team
FDTForward Distribution Team (various armed forces)
FDTForward-Deployed Trainer
FDTFormal Design Theory
FDTFlight Data Transmitter
FDTFluxo de Dados Transfronteiras (Portuguese: Transboundary Flow Data)
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During the JRTC 06-06 rotation, the 32d Medical Logistics Battalion sent a small modular forward distribution team (FDT) with the 82d Sustainment Brigade to provide medical logistics support.
The 32d Medical Logistics Forward Distribution Team confirmed the value of the modular system.
Exercise the forward distribution team mission of USAMMC-K and the 563d Medical Logistics Company.
The delivery was made late that afternoon to a landing zone where a forward distribution team, consisting of 563d Medical Logistics Company and 560th Medical Company (Ground Ambulance) Soldiers, received the class VIII supplies.
A medical logistics company (MLC) and its forward distribution teams (FDTs) received these bulk shipments and redistributed them to support units in and around their locations.
During the past two rotations, medical logistics units, through the concept of modular forward distribution teams, have addressed several major problems that occurred in OIF I.
In OIF II, the 226th Medical Logistics Battalion (Forward) from Miesau, Germany, quickly addressed these problems by using a nondoctrinal modular concept of forward distribution teams (FDTs) to move materiel throughout Iraq using 13th Corps Support Command (COSCOM) trucks.
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