Stockpile (military)

Stockpile (military)

In military preparation, 'to stockpile' is to move materiel, personnel, and command and control infrastructure to a suitable location in preparation for deployment, or to move such materials into the theatre of war in preparation for combat.

ee also

* Enduring Stockpile (U.S.)

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