English version

station in Military topic

stationstation2 verb [transitive]  1 PMSENDto send someone in the military to a particular place for a period of time as part of their military duty syn post I was stationed overseas at the time.2 formal to move to a particular place and stand or sit there, especially in order to be able to do something quickly, or to cause someone to do this A security guard was stationed near the door. Grammar Station is usually passive.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
stationThese officials were responsible for the collection of revenue and the general administration of the districts where they were stationed.There were police officers stationed at every exit.Kate sat in the back next to the luggage, but Ace had stationed himself in front with the pilot.My father was stationed in Europe during World War II.Reeves continued his military career, was promoted to sergeant and was often stationed overseas while his wife remained in Copperas Cove.