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Acquisition and cross-servicing agreement

Acquisition and cross-servicing agreement refers to agreement, negotiated on a bilateral basis with United States allies or coalition partners, that allow United States forces to exchange most common types of support, including food, fuel, transportation, ammunition, and equipment.  Also called ACSA. 

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