Programmed Forces
The forces that exist for each year of the Future Years Defense Program. They contain the major combat and tactical support forces that are expected to execute the national strategy within manpower, fiscal, and other constraints. See also current force; force; Intermediate Force Planning Level.

Military dictionary. 2000.

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