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- n. Plural form of EXORD.
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And he endorses Gates's effort to rewrite the EXORDS.
This review has brought all EXORDS in line with the Obama administration's counterterrorism policies, which require more vetting of sensitive operations.
According to an unclassified Pentagon summary, Sen. John D. Rockefeller, then committee chairman, "questioned the accuracy of 'internal DOD definitions' of clandestine and covert activity and asserted that DOD refuses to share EXORDS and other documents" with the Senate intelligence committee.