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deploy

(di-ploy′) [Fr. deployer, to scatter]
1. To prepare personnel or resources for anticipated use, e.g. in a mass casualty or a field of battle.
2. To put into therapeutic use.
3. To insert (e.g., prostheses, stents).
deployment (mĕnt)
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4 Smart Grid Market, Spain, Trend Analysis of Technology Deployments, 2005-2016 38
The Fort Campbell Installation Team of Task Force Bastogne is a multi-unit group of Deployment Support Brigade personnel who work with the installation's Deployment Support Team and the division's Unit Movement Officers.
After a 1996-1997 Arabian Gulf cruise on board Kitty Hawk, VS-29 made three more Arabian Gulf/Arabian Sea deployments, all of which involved combat operations.
This kind of creative thinking and attention to detail helped to ensure that the deployment went smoothly and all the cargo made it aboard the two LMSRs.
Commenting on this innovative solution, Anant Gupta, COO, HCL ISD said, "The Zero Touch Desktop Deployment Solution is an important milestone for the global Remote Infrastructure Management Industry and HCL's thought leadership in this arena.
The 599th effort included Soldiers from the 1394th Deployment Support Brigade, of Camp Pendleton, Calif.
By unifying wired and wireless networks, IT administrators gain a single source solution that simplifies deployment, management and ease of use, which supports the case for pervasive wireless.
It's a chance to understand how each staff element interacts during the deployment process, and the importance of timely port operations" said Steven Kerr, Chief, Cargo Operations Division, 597th Transportation Terminal Group, Southport, N.
Merial, a world-leading animal health company, implemented Altiris([R]) Client Management Suite([TM]) software to automate and manage the complete deployment and configuration of its workstations.
Deployment Support Command transporters say it was the most complicated rail movement to the National Training Center in a decade.
E[acute accent]A detailed look at real-world deployments focusing on the technology and business practices employed by different operators and the lessons to be learned for the industry.