force closure

force closure

The point in time when a supported joint force commander determines that sufficient personnel and equipment resources are in the assigned operational area to carry out assigned tasks. See also closure; force.
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Summary: Relative calm prevail as snipers force closure of highway leading from Tripoli to Syrian border.
Proprietor Mark Lagun, who has more than 30 years of experience in the restaurant trade, said a combination of circumstances combined to force closure.
I've had to make 20 people redundant over the past few months and the banks continue to force closure.
Summary: Power supply problems force closure of observation deck on 124th floor of world's tallest building.
4) per gramme then it could force closure of some retail outlets.
The Unite trade union said the strike could even force closure of the airports, which comprise Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Southampton, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
Force closure velocity has increased, and time spent by troops at intermediate locations has been drastically reduced from more than 72 hours to less than 24 hours.
The 599th effort received a boost from Yulin Tsang, a 599th information management specialist, who developed the automated process that provided accessibility of the force closure common operating picture through the Intelligent Road/Rail Information Server, developed by SDDC's Transportation Engineering Agency.
The money could have staved off massive cuts to the department that will force closure of 16 health clinics and possibly two hospitals and reduce services across the board, county officials say.
GTI then applied for a court order to force closure of the deal and Technitrol backed down earlier this month (CI No 3,532).
According to Interior Secretary Bruce Babbitt, the cuts for fiscal year 1996 alone could force closure of up to 198 of the smallest or least visited units, which include Arches National Park, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, and Ford's Theatre National Historic Site.
The strongest features of the book are its emphasis on practice and experience, the attention to both cataphatic and apophatic systems and spiritualities, the solid discussion of Engaged Buddhism and Liberation Theology, and a refusal to make simplistic identifications between Buddhism and Christianity or to force closure on the new and complex issue of the dialogue.