redeployment

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n redeployment the withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively
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Usage

In literature:

It is redeployed when necessary.
"Manual for Noncommissioned Officers and Privates of Infantry of the" by War Department
It is redeployed when necessary.
"Infantry Drill Regulations, United States Army, 1911" by United States War Department
World War II officers had to abide by this standard in dealing with the general malaise which arose out of redeployment.
"The Armed Forces Officer" by U. S. Department of Defense
It is redeployed when necessary.
"Manual of Military Training" by James A. Moss
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In news:

Northrop Redeploys as Budget Ax Nears.
Report cites sustained combat, redeployments.
In developing IT asset disposition strategies, companies often look to resale, redeployment, lease returns or recycling.
Utility Crews Redeploy to Areas in Need as Part of Unprecedented National Response.
Larsen votes to redeploy .
Second District Rep Rick Larsen voted with a majority last week in favor of H.R 4156, legislation to change the mission of US forces in Iraq and begin the redeployment of US troops within 30 days of the bill's enactment.
Syrian troops redeploy in Lebanon.
The Army conducted a redeployment ceremony for the 3,500 soldiers of the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division on Thursday, November 1, 2012, at the Sullivan Arena.
More Than 1,200 Employees Redeploying to Hard-Hit New Jersey, New York City Area From Other Parts of Region.
US News reports that the AFL-CIO will "redeploy funds away from political candidates" in the coming campaign in favor of spending on strengthening the union movement's infrastructure.
AstraZeneca is redeploying its Artery Explorer for a second tour, using medical animation to help bring atherosclerosis to life.
Democrats push to redeploy Obama's voter database .
Thales hopes to redeploy workers facing axe in new year amid 'unprecedented' downturn.
Rather than rip-and-replace, optimize your mainframe MIPS for key applications and understanding where you can redeploy MIPS-heavy workloads to alternative, more cost-effective platforms without introducing significant risk.
But thanks to the Redeploy Illinois program, instead of being locked up, the boys are close to family in their hometown.
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In science:

Next year, the PSL will be redeployed with a new electro-mechanical cable, together with an improved instrumentation line, and the mass production for all the lines will be launched.
ANTARES Status & Milestones : News from Deep-Sea
The solution chosen consists of first removing the cells present in the development area, carrying out the proliferation and finally redeploying the cells removed to the first empty positions available, starting from the position of the mother cell and going outwards.
Epigenetic Tracking, a Method to Generate Arbitrary Shapes By Using Evolutionary-Developmental Techniques
After the application of the remove-redeploy mechanism, it may happen that the borders of the developing shape remain devoid of driver cells, which would make subsequent development much harder.
Epigenetic Tracking, a Method to Generate Arbitrary Shapes By Using Evolutionary-Developmental Techniques
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