centralized control


Related to centralized control: decentralized control

centralized control

1. In air defense, the control mode whereby a higher echelon makes direct target assignments to fire units. 2. In joint air operations, placing within one commander the responsibility and authority for planning, directing, and coordinating a military operation or group/category of operations. See also decentralized control.
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Prior Information Notice: Provision of physical security and the centralized control station on the premises of the ministry of culture and its subsidized organizations and state funds.
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