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command post

noun as in military headquarters


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Example Sentences

Bobby Kennedy monitored developments from his office, now a command post, with Marshall and several other aides.

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Joining Hu at the command post back in Wuhan, Tu gave orders to stay ready.

He has been summoned from the command post the NYPD has maintained for a decade just up the street.

Dorner lay low for a few days, in eye-view of the law-enforcement command post.

And one with a view—it was just 100 yards away from a law-enforcement command post that was set up to conduct press conferences.

The first order of business is you have to set up a command post.

On a large-scale map in the military area command post, its progress could be watched as it was reported.

A gong began clanging from the command post on top of the mesa on the mainland.

He muttered something about having to get back to his command post and started out the door.

It had been sent over the wire and the instruments they carried with them and then relayed to the Colonel's command post.

The office was a command post now, with only the slender, unattended telephone wires connecting them with the outside worlds.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to command-post, such as: base, company headquarters, cp, field headquarters, general headquarters, and ghq.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.