Definition of reallocation authority

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reallocation authority

'reallocation authority' is an military term meaning '(DOD,NATO) The authority given to NATO commanders and normally negotiated in peacetime, to reallocate in an "emergency in war" national logistic resources controlled by the combat forces under their command, and made available by nations, in order to influence the battle logistically'.

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