English version

command post in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcommand postcomˈmand post noun [countable]  PMthe place from which military leaders and their officers control activities
Examples from the Corpus
command postThe living room was fitted as a command post with radio and large-scale maps on the wall.A command post was operating in Rukaramu.The occasional sound of small-arms fire punctuated the lunchtime action at the company command post.The government forces concentrated their efforts on the destruction of the Mbari command post.Regrouping at the Colonel's command post began around 0300 hours, 90 minutes after landing.My office became the temporary command post.The demonic forces have their command post in the basement offices of the psychology department.