Definition of echeloned displacement

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echeloned displacement

'echeloned displacement' is an military term. It means '(DOD,NATO) Movement of a unit from one position to another without discontinuing performance of its primary function. (DOD only) Normally, the unit divides into two functional elements (base and advance); and, while the base continues to operate, the advance element displaces to a new site where, after it becomes operational, it is joined by the base element'.

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