UDP

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UDPUser Datagram Protocol
UDPUnitary Development Plan (statutory development plan for London and other metropolitan boroughs)
UDPUnited Democratic Party
UDPUniversidad Diego Portales (Chilean university)
UDPUniversal Datagram Protocol (Cisco)
UDPUridine Diphosphate
UDPUniversal Driver Package
UDPUnderdrive Pulley (automotive)
UDPUrban Design Plan (various locations)
UDPUrban Development Planning
UDPUser Defined Primitive (computer programming)
UDPUridine Phosphorylase
UDPUrban Design Project (Buffalo, NY)
UDPUnit Deployment Program
UDPUSENET Death Penalty
UDPUlster Democratic Party
UDPUnreliable Datagram Protocol
UDPUnião Democrática Popular (Portuguese political party)
UDPUser Diagram Protocol
UDPUrban Development Project
UDPUnified Development Process (software development)
UDPUnreliable Data Protocol
UDPUgly Duckling Presse
UDPNational Birth Party (Cyprus)
UDPUrban Dispersion Program (US DHS)
UDPUridine 5'-Diphosphate
UDPUbuntu Documentation Project (computer project)
UDPUnion pour la Démocratie et le Progrès (French: Union for Democracy and Progress, Mauritania)
UDPUser-Defined Procedure
UDPUndergraduate Degree Program
UDPUp and Down Procedure
UDPUser Defined Process
UDPUmpire Development Program (umpire evaluation process)
UDPUniversal Dialing Plan
UDPUnified Development Platform
UDPUnit Deployment Package
UDPUnit Deployment Plan (US DoD)
UDPUrbaine des Pétroles (French: Urban Petroleum; France)
UDPUniform Daylight Period
UDPUp Down Pair (telecommunications)
UDPUtility Deactivation Plan
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The Unit Deployment Program is quite unlike any carrier deployment, and the squadron was sure to need some assistance.
When the Unit Deployment Program to Okinawa began in February 1985, the squadron sent detachments on a rotating basis with other CH-46 squadrons until the Dragons were relocated to MCAS Futenma, Okinawa, Japan, in early 1995.
Hornet MAGs also support Navy carrier air wings (CVW) with an F/A-18 squadron and deploy squadrons to a forward facility as part of the Unit Deployment Program. In any case, an entire squadron within the MAG deploys for at least six months.
Conversely, the Navy accepts the reduction of three active and one reserve TacAir squadron and commits three strike fighter squadrons to the Marine Unit Deployment Program. Additionally, both the Navy and the Marine Corps will make reductions in the primary a ircraft authorized of current F/A-18 Hornet and future JSF squadrons in support of TacAir Integration.
It also supports the Marine's Unit Deployment Program and numerous Navy Pacific theater deployments.