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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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Graham warned that the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Air Force may deploy jets to the Spratlys later this year.
Last month, China reportedly deployed transport military planes on Mischief Reef, which shows a steady pattern of escalation in the region.
The company works to deploy mobile cell sites where there is a natural disaster or other unplanned event, to improve its network.
We took care of laundry services, all of the food that was served, and all of the life support required making life better in the deployed environment."
Aether's professional services were deployed to tailor a solution to the specific requirements and needs of large corporate directorates within the command.
"I feel like I own the reef out there since I paid for it, had it deployed, and decided where it would go down," says Orange Beach charter boat captain Art Jones.
plans to deploy NMD--a goal that the new Bush administration has specifically advocated--the Russians have said they will withdraw from the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty; will pull out of the START II agreements, in which the two countries have agreed to lower the number of deployed strategic nuclear warheads on each side to less than 3,500; and will refuse to negotiate further nuclear reductions under proposed START III agreements.
Our unit has the ability to get an aircraft and crew deployed quickly and far away within a day.
Should our Army deploy to, stag the Sudan, it's possible that soldiers will find themselves as relief workers and truck drivers one minute, and infantrymen the next.
The colonel explained that MAG-11 now has three squadrons participating in the Tactical Air [TACAIR] Integration Program, two squadrons preparing for future expeditionary deployments and one currently deployed to the western Pacific in support of the global war on terrorism [GWOT].
Boxer (LHD 4) deployed to the Arabian Gulf to transport Marine personnel and equipment in support of force rotations in Iraq.