deployment order


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deployment order

A planning directive from the Secretary of Defense, issued by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, that authorizes and directs the transfer of forces between combatant commands by reassignment or attachment. A deployment order normally specifies the authority that the gaining combatant commander will exercise over the transferred forces. See also deployment; deployment planning; deployment preparation order.
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The JIT pointed out that the entire police party of ACLC was in plainclothes, contrary to the SOP issued by the ACLC SSP in the shape of a written deployment order.
Hataman said they are also addressing claims by applicants in Sulu that they received last year from certain education officials "deployment orders" as prelude to their appointment to permanent positions.The governor said they are now investigating on the issue.
To determine if the FMAT should be activated, three elements should exist: a request or an order from a primary federal agency (PFA, Figure 1), such as FEMA; an execution order or a deployment order from USNORTHCOM; and approval for reimbursement.
WASHINGTON -- A deployment order went out Army-wide on March 6 to execute the business transformation principles of Lean Six Sigma throughout the force to free up resources for the operational Army and to more quickly provide equipment to the soldier.
The commander's ability to commit such a force for 72 hours without a deployment order has saved lives, relieved pain and suffering, and improved relations with our Latin American partners.
The New Komeito party, one of the two ruling coalition parties, gave formal approval Thursday for the dispatch of an advance team of Japanese ground troops to Iraq, paving the way for the government to issue a deployment order probably later this week, coalition lawmakers said.
In Operation Eagle Assist, the deployed NATO Component personnel and aircraft were in place and fully operational within one week of receiving of the deployment order. During this time, the E-3 TCG rendered support for two NATO aircraft.
The deployment order never established whether the battalion's higher headquarters during deployment would take the place of our parent brigade to process awards, OERs, and NCOERs.
Pentagon officials told The New York Times that US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld signed the deployment order for the B-52 and B-1 bombers over the weekend, even before four North Korean MIG fighters tailed and, officials say, came within 50ft of an unarmed American RC-135 surveillance plane over international waters.
The author's personal experience with physical fitness requirements and needs in an expeditionary environment is based on experiences when the 2d Battalion, 37th Armor (2-37 AR) received a short-notice deployment order to execute a peacekeeping mission in the Federal Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM).
US Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is expected to sign the formal deployment order in the next week or two as part of the campaign to pressure the UN into authorising action against Iraq.

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