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the withdrawal and redistribution of forces in an attempt to use them more effectively

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It is not entirely clear whether the units were never intended to be replaced, and therefore not part of the president's plan, or if the redeployment is occurring in advance of October 15," he said.
Fujairah, in particular, has proven to be a critical hub for unit deployments and redeployments out of the OEF Theater, while Umm Said has dealt mainly with import and export cargo coming from the OIF Theater
Our unit in Iraq is using it as the redeployment briefing, and it is required reading before we return to the continental United States.
This may result in additional store closings or other asset redeployments.
The recognition of the exclusive right of Israel to decide on redeployments further erodes the Palestinian claim for legitimate reassertion in and on Palestinian land.
Seven of the 18 ministers have declared that they will not approve the Hebron agreement as it stands, and Justice Minister Tzahi Hanegbi warned Thursday that he would withdraw his support for the agreement if Netanyahu specifies ironclad dates for further redeployments.
The current redeployment process for a company, battalion, or brigade can be described as cumbersome at best.
There were large-scale OEF military deployments and redeployments for the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, 82nd Combat Aviation Brigade, and the 3rd Bde.
Further redeployments to specified locations will be gradually implemented commensurate with the assumption of responsibility for public order and internal security by the Palestinian police force, pursuant to Article VII above.
While charges related to the ongoing restructuring of the company's fine chemicals portion of its performance chemicals and intermediates business were taken in the second quarter of 2001, the Hong Kong plant closure will result in a small additional charge in fourth quarter 2001 related to costs associated with employee terminations and redeployments.
While all of the deployments and redeployments were ongoing, we still had one of the largest years of motor, freight, rail and barge movement within the United States, with the movement of items from ammunition explosives to the supplies--the consumable products that support our forces deployed worldwide.
These reductions will be achieved through a combination of redeployments within the company, as well as voluntary and involuntary separations to be effective during third quarter 2001.
With back-to-back redeployments boasting nearly 4,000 pieces, the port effectively coordinated truck movement with an overall high of nearly seventy trucks in one day.
The reductions and redeployments are being implemented in a number of areas throughout AXS-One, with particular focus on eliminating redundancies and overlaps in operations.