Definition of operations to restore order

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operations to restore order

'operations to restore order' is an military term. It means '(DOD) Operations intended to halt violence and support, reinstate, or establish civil authorities. They are designed to return an unstable and lawless environment to the point where indigenous police forces can effectively enforce the law and restore civil authority. See also operation; peace operations'.

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