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place troops or weapons in battle formation

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to distribute systematically or strategically

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CNBC reported that China quietly deployed anti-ship cruise missiles and surface-to-air missiles on Fiery Cross Reef, Mischief Reef and Subi Reef in the Spratly Islands.
The installment of the missile weapons comes after China deployed military jamming equipment on Fiery Cross Reef and Mischief Reef.
A Cell on Wheels (COW) has been deployed to the site of the Pepper Fire, in Sacramento, Otero County, NM, USA, by Verizon Wireless (Verizon), a US wireless voice and data network operator and joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE:VOD) (LSE:VOD), to help enable emergency crews to make more calls.
-- Develop and deploy thin-client rich Internet applications using pure Java J2EE standards-compliant technologies and tools;
Furthermore, USTRANSCOM is now able to deploy the necessary forces to successfully open the APOD much quicker, as they have access to internal airlift assets required to support enroute and airbase infrastructures.
Both military and civilian volunteers serve on CCAS teams, which are sent overseas to live under the same conditions as deployed soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines.
Through Aether Fusion, Aether's wireless enabling technology foundation, Aether develops, deploys and manages wireless solutions built on industry standard technology and backed by Aether's expertise in wireless hosting, software and services.
"Without the artificial reefs in Alabama, we wouldn't have any fish to fish," says David Walter of The Reefmaker, a company that manufactures, sells, and deploys artificial reefs.
If the United States deploys an NMD with 100 to 200 inceptor missiles, Chinese officials have indicated that they will proceed with building and deploying more nuclear-armed missiles capable of overcoming the U.S.
"They may win one week, but they can't win the next week because they're exhausted" Today's force, say reformers, needs a top-to-bottom change in the way it recruits, structures, and deploys its men and women in uniform in order to meet new threats.
The unit routinely deploys on board high-endurance cutters for 45 to 80 days at a time, on both the East and West coasts.
"A large amount of outages are caused by changes that aren't deployed properly," Shinn said.
During the first weeks of the war, the rapid advance on Baghdad stretched these supply lines vulnerably far." Through Iraqi insurgents couldn't beat American armor and infantry units in head-to-head battles, they mounted devastating guerrilla attacks on lightly-armored and -armed convoys like the 507th, forcing American commanders to deploy entire combat brigades to guard our supply lines: Nor did matters improve after Baghdad fell.
With the exception of the FRS, every unit under the MAG has deployed numerous times in support of combat operations.
The second Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) deployed in February with Marine Expeditionary Unit 22 embarked.