Definition of rapid response force

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rapid response force

'rapid response force' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A battalion minus-sized force providing responsive, mission-tailored, lightly armed ground units that can deploy on short notice, with minimal lift assets, and capable of providing immediate or emergency response. Also called RRF'.

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