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deploy in Military topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdeployde‧ploy /dɪˈplɔɪ/ ●○○ verb  1 PM[intransitive, transitive] to organize or move soldiers, military equipment etc so that they are in the right place and ready to be useddeploy forces/troops/weapons etc NATO’s decision to deploy cruise missiles2 [transitive] formal to use something for a particular purpose, especially ideas, arguments etc a job in which a variety of professional skills will be deployeddeployment noun [countable, uncountable]→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
deployIt would take until 2007 to deploy 50 interceptors-about half the number the Clinton administration originally planned for that date.However, many staff deployed in the latter way encountered problems in working with colleagues.The exercise is designed to test techniques for deploying large but lightweight inflatable structures.In the aerospace and motor industry contexts, composites use different components but deploy them to similar ends.Evelyn Y.. Gregory, when word came that she was being deployed to Bosnia.UN troops were deployed to keep the peace.I was informed that buses from Livingston depot were deployed to operate journeys starting from Balerno.Senior Marine Corps officers were preparing to deploy to the Gulf.Johnson has deployed two fearsome weapons: her connections and her charm.Air bags are only deployed when the car is struck from the front.Months earlier, the carrier Eisenhower, based in Norfolk, Va., deployed with female crew members and aviators.