deployment : Definition, Usages, News and More

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di plaw i muhnt

  • n  the distribution of forces in preparation for battle or work

  • He adds: "Kohl wants a mandate for deployment.
  • Senator Bob Dole dares rival GOP presidential candidates to support the troop deployment plan.
  • A new study shows soaring rates of child abuse and neglect in military families after a parent's deployment.
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  • President Bush in Seattle Times
    This exemption will enable the Navy to train effectively and to certify carrier and expeditionary strike groups for deployment in support of worldwide operational and combat activities, which are essential to national security,Bush said.
  • Robert Gates in United Press International
    I've directed the deployment again of THAAD (Terminal High Altitude Area Defense) missiles to Hawaii and the SBX (Sea Based X-Band) radar has deployed away from Hawaii to provide support,Gates said. "Without telegraphing what we will do, I...
  • Vladimir Putin in
    Mr Putin and Mirek Topolanek, the Czech Prime Minister, agreed during a telephone conversation "on the conditions of deployment of the monitoring commission at all locations that are relevant for the flow of gas," a statement from the EU...

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