Definition of force tracking

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force tracking

'force tracking' is an military term. It means '(DOD) The process of gathering and maintaining information on the location, status, and predicted movement of each element of a unit including the unit's command element, personnel, and unit-related supplies and equipment while in transit to the specified operational area'.

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