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Kim Comer, Logistician

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Today we did a canoe kiss. It sounds a lot more romantic than it is.    
A kiss movement is a movement between two projects or locations where one vehicle from each project meets the other halfway to exchange cargo or passengers. It cuts down on the driver’s time behind the wheel and the vehicle’s time away from the field. It’s called a kiss because the two Land Cruisers touch noses, like a kiss. In reality, they hardly ever touch noses. One, it’s dangerous. Two, it’s hard to load and unload when the cargo doors are on opposite sides, rather than the cars being side by side in some shady spot. But still the name remains, kiss.

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