Definition of force-activity designator

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force-activity designator

'force-activity designator' is an military term meaning '(DOD) Number used in conjunction with urgency of need designators to establish a matrix of priorities used for supply requisitions. Defines the relative importance of the unit to accomplish the objectives of the Department of Defense. Also called F/AD. See also force'.

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