redeploy : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v deploy anew
The U.S. must redeploy their troops in the Middle East
- It will resist any suggestion to leave Helmand and redeploy to Kandahar.
- I wouldn't favor simply withdrawing, but I think we do have to redeploy, to have more of a training mission and an anti-terror mission.
- As our forces redeploy, Obama will make sure we engage representatives from all levels of Iraqi society-in and out of government-to forge compromises on oil revenue sharing, the .
News & Articles
- Cuomo Silent on Votes by Lever
State lawmakers gave the New York City Board of Elections authorization to redeploy lever voting machines, but Mr. Cuomo remains mum about whether he will sign the legislation.
June 27, 2013 - New York Times
- Nancy Pelosi in San Francisco Chronicle
The president in his coming speech on the administration's war plans, Pelosi said, must remember that "the American people rejected an open-ended obligation to a war without end" and that any new plan "allows us to responsibly redeploy our...
- Ike Skelton in International Herald Tribune
We must responsibly redeploy our troops out of Iraq, handing responsibility for security over to the Iraqis and leaving only those forces required for limited missions,said Rep. Ike Skelton, chairman of the House Armed Services Committee....
- John Yarmuth in KSTP.com
General Petraeus and Ambassador Crocker failed to offer a plan to change direction in Iraq and redeploy our troops,Yarmuth said. "Instead, they offered more of the same, with US troops and taxpayers paying the price."