principal operational interest
When used in connection with an established facility operated by one Service for joint use by two or more Services, “principal operational interest” indicates a requirement for the greatest use of, or the greatest need for, the services of that facility. The term may be applied to a Service, but is more applicable to a command.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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