Definition of in-place force

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in-place force

'in-place force' is an military term meaning '(DOD) 1. A North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)-assigned force that, in peacetime, is principally stationed in the designated combat zone of the NATO command to which it is committed'.

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