Definition of command controlled stocks

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command controlled stocks

'command controlled stocks' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) Stocks which are placed at the disposal of a designated NATO commander in order to provide him with a flexibility with which to influence the battle logistically. "Placed at the disposal of" implies responsibility for storage, maintenance, accounting, rotation or turnover, physical security, and subsequent transportation to a particular battle area'.

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