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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Noun- The timing or positioning of troops or supplies to provide uninterrupted flow to the front.

Usage examples (5)
  • Noun : the top echelon of city officials
  • The OPFOR has a wide range of options for echelonment.
  • The system of defensive lines and zones, and echelonment within zones, allows room and the necessary forces for maneuver.
  • OPFOR planners use the concept of echelonment of their forces to ensure the continuous buildup of combat force in the decisive sectors at the critical time. for more
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