cross-decking
 n.— «Cooperation was evident at sea during the excercise both in simulated air strikes and anti-submarine warfare. The Kennedy and Ark Royal participated as a team with their planes “cross-decking”—landing and refueling on each other’s flight decks.» —“NATO War Games End in ‘Victory,’ But Norway Defense Problem Stays” by Drew Middleton New York Times Sept. 23, 1972. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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