Definition of allocation (nuclear)

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allocation (nuclear)

'allocation (nuclear)' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The apportionment of specific numbers and types of nuclear weapons to a commander for a stated time period as a planning factor for use in the development of war plans. (Additional authority is required for the actual deployment of allocated weapons to locations desired by the commander to support the war plans. Expenditures of these weapons are not authorized until released by proper authority.)'.

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