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[usually as modifier] The running of an armed force or other organization.‘a command-and-control bunker’
- ‘One can expect that in the nearest future it will embrace all elements of command and control on the tactical level.’
- ‘Central command and control agencies are a major component of the military command and control system.’
- ‘It came under the operational command and control of the area commander in Austria.’
- ‘Upgrading command and control of the Armed Forces has always been a high priority.’
- ‘This allows each military to use its own command and control techniques and procedures.’
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