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place troops or weapons in battle formation

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to distribute systematically or strategically

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The researchers found that the odds of SA during or after second deployment were increased among soldiers whose first deployment occurred within the first 12 months of service versus after 12 months and among those with a DT of six months or less versus longer than six months (odds ratios, 2.0 and 1.6, respectively), in multivariable models adjusted for sociodemographics, service-related characteristics, and previous mental health diagnosis.
* Adapting and executing deployments geared to a lighter, faster, more modular force.
Now, when a deployment is made using one of the deployment tools in the SQL Toolbelt (DLM Automation, ReadyRoll, or SQL Compare), Redgate's SQL Monitor records and marks the deployment and puts it in context with other performance metrics such as CPU, Memory, Waits and Disk I/O.
The Islamic Republic was angry at the deployment across the Persian Gulf.
Everyone reacts to the news of a deployment differently.
While Reserve units are working hard to help their members and families deal with deployments, IMAs may have a harder time finding the help they need.
Competitive year 2006 proved to be another stellar performance of the Deployment Excellence Award Program, with great units and installations setting the pace in deployment operations.
Under the agreement, three Navy squadrons will participate in the Marine Corps' Unit Deployment Program (UDP) rotation, deploying to the western Pacific with the Marines for approximately six months at a time.
ADC introduced recently a new Service Pack to help speed FTTX (Fiber to the X) deployment by optimizing a carrier's central offices (COs) for FTTX.
Donald Vandergriff, a noted reformer in the ranks, agrees, saying that he finally sews signs the Army is preparing "for the type of wars we am going to fight--expeditionary wars of rapid, no-notice deployments" where the missions could include peacekeeping, war fighting, and everything in between.
iSCSI deployments in a data center over a dedicated gigabit Ethernet LAN have little need for IPsec, but it becomes important when iSCSI is run over a WAN whose traffic might be intercepted.
The Army's Deployment Excellence Award Program has added a new category for short-notice operational deployments.
As a result, customers with existing Oracle deployments can scale or consolidate their existing Oracle e-business infrastructures with confidence.
The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has adopted the "precautionary principle" approach in dealing with proposed deployments such as LFA sonar.