cross-decking
 n.— «Neither did, a Navy officer said, adding that five years ago these ships were “cross-decking” vital equipment, or trading it back and forth, because there weren’t sufficient supplies for both.» —“U.S. Raid on Libya, Called Military Success, Heartens the Pentagon” by Tim Carrington Wall Street Journal Apr. 21, 1986. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)