continuity of command

continuity of command

The degree or state of being continuous in the exercise of the authority vested in an individual of the Armed Forces for the direction, coordination, and control of military forces.
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The ideal can also appeal to the organisational framework and dismiss the gloss that is being put on the concept of continuity of command and the security situation in the region.
"The latest reorganization is prompted by the series of retirement of senior PNP officials this year, the two year maximum tenure in positions and the Performance Evaluation Rating that created vacancies that need to be filled to ensure continuity of command," said Albayalde.
'The latest reorganization is prompted by the series of retirement of senior PNP officials this year, the two-year maximum tenure in positions, and the Performance Evaluation Rating that created vacancies that need to be filled to ensure continuity of command,' Albayalde said.
Responding to a question, Kaira said that three years extension in the tenure of Army Chief General Ashfaq Pervez Kiani had been given in the best interest of the country in order to maintain the continuity of command as Pakistan is fighting terrorism.
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