movement order


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movement order

An order issued by a commander covering the details for a move of the command.
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I had not seen the Movement Order as no-one had thought to send me one.
The unit then begins TLP, rehearsals, and production of its movement order.
3 metres wide and required a movement order and a police escort to enable delivery.
Doumen has his Festival team including big-race favourites First Gold and Baracouda stabled in Normandy and not at the big training centre of Chantilly which has a no movement order slapped on its horses.
Monmouth ceasing to be subject to the Swine Fever Movement Order echoes the current farming disease crisis.
ATP 4-90 states, "S-3 plans and operations officers plan tactical troop movements, including route selection, priority of movement, timing, security, bivouacking, quartering, staging, and preparing movement orders.
He suddenly emerges and they run after him to follow movement orders on the spot," he said.
Although his movement orders haven't come yet, he is expected to be moved down south to Tamil Nadu.

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