What are local operations?

Some articles on local operations, operation, operations:

USS Whitley (AKA-91) - Service History - 1952–1954
... Two months of local operations ensued ... time to Greenock, Scotland, to participate in a NATO exercise, "Operation Mainbrace", conducted off the coast of Norway ... returning to Norfolk where she arrived on 11 October and resumed local operations and training and supply cruises to the Caribbean area ...
USS Belle Grove (LSD-2) - 1963 – 1965
... For the next ten months, Belle Grove conducted local operations off the West Coast ... A faulty boiler, however, kept her in port for repairs until 1 February 1964, when she resumed operations with 7th Fleet ... In mid-July, after a period of local operations, the ship moved to Seattle, Washington, where she entered the Todd Shipyard for another modernization overhaul to repair her aging ...
USS Belle Grove (LSD-2) - 1956 – 1961
... Local operations along the coast of southern California occupied her time throughout 1957 and the first few months of 1958 ... She spent the next five months participating in Operation Hardtack I, a 35-detonation series of nuclear tests held at Eniwetok, Bikini, and Johnston Island ... to Long Beach on the 23rd and then limited her activities to local operations for the balance of the year ...
Gäu Railway (Stuttgart–Singen) - Plans For The Future - Local Operations
... explored the possibility between June and October 2008 of expanding Ringzug operations from Rottweil to Horb on the Gäubahn ...

Famous quotes containing the words operations and/or local:

    There is a patent office at the seat of government of the universe, whose managers are as much interested in the dispersion of seeds as anybody at Washington can be, and their operations are infinitely more extensive and regular.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Savages cling to a local god of one tribe or town. The broad ethics of Jesus were quickly narrowed to village theologies, which preach an election or favoritism.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)