Definition of offshore patrol

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offshore patrol

'offshore patrol' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) A naval defense patrol operating in the outer areas of navigable coastal waters. It is a part of the naval local defense forces consisting of naval ships and aircraft and operates outside those areas assigned to the inshore patrol'.

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