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1A person or group of people with responsibility for coordinating firefighting services; the headquarters from which those services are coordinated.
2A unit comprising a small number of guns or batteries, and associated personnel, under one officer. Now chiefly historical.
3The command post, division, or headquarters from which military operations are controlled.
4An order or set of orders to fire weapons in a military operation.
Late 19th century (in an earlier sense). From fire + command.
fire command/ˈfʌɪə kəˌmɑːnd//ˈfʌɪə kəˌmand/
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