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dispatch in Military topic

dispatchdispatch2, despatch noun  1 [countable]PMPG a message sent between military or government officials a dispatch from headquarters2 [countable]TCN a report sent to a newspaper from one of its writers who is in another town or country3 [singular]SEND the act of sending people or things to a particular place the dispatch of warships to the region4 with dispatch mentioned in dispatches at mention1(4)
Examples from the Corpus
dispatchOur unit received a dispatch from headquarters ordering us to tighten security.With commendable dispatch, it was completed and presented to the legislature in March 1880.The friendly dispatch clerk had written a personal note with the invoice attached.Demand immediate repeat immediate repeat immediate dispatch of krytron or immediate repeat immediate repeat immediate explanation of why not available.It must be possible to override normal dispatch disciplines for urgent requirements.In one dispatch from Washington, negotiators were said to be close to an agreement.It is my first appearance at the dispatch box in my new role, and it could not be a better issue.Hence the glass of whisky at the dispatch box rather than mineral water: A premature celebration?There is no reason that corrective legislation can not be passed and signed into law with dispatch.