Definitions

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  • noun The extent to which something is deployable

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Examples

  • So you don't have to worry about the "deployability" of your application since there are billions of JVMs deployed worldwide.

    Java Technology Headlines

  • So you don't have to worry about the "deployability" of your application since there are billions of JVMs deployed worldwide.

    Hottest News Articles

  • Years ago I remember an artical in F/S where the merits of different weapons where tested in the event of a simular situation and it was determined that MOST people would not have the presence of mind to steady and fire a large handgun or rifle effectively and that the best weapon to carry was a short barreled pump-action shotgun loaded with hi quality slugs for maximum stopping power, speed, and deployability.

    Charging Bear Killed in Alaska

  • Years ago I remember an artical in F/S where the merits of different weapons where tested in the event of a simular situation and it was determined that MOST people would not have the presence of mind to steady and fire a large handgun or rifle effectively and that the best weapon to carry was a short barreled pump-action shotgun loaded with hi quality slugs for maximum stopping power, speed, and deployability.

    Charging Bear Killed in Alaska

  • Many female combat vets are single mothers, and some judges have accepted the argument of military mothers 'ex-husbands that women who deploy should have permanent custody transferred to the child's father, on the grounds that a mother's deployability inherently makes for a less stable family environment.

    When Mommy goes to war (leaving the kids behind)

  • We know actually very well, studies have been done showing that interestingly enough when service members come in for treatment their likelihood of being retained on duty and maintaining their deployability status actually increases and actually remains very high.

    Psychologist Craig Bryan: Treating Vets For PTSD

  • Many female combat vets are single mothers, and some judges have accepted the argument of military mothers' ex-husbands that women who deploy should have permanent custody transferred to the child's father, on the grounds that a mother's deployability inherently makes for a less stable family environment.

    When Mommy goes to war (leaving the kids behind)

  • There are at least 15 'inadequate, unsynchronized or conflicting' policies governing fitness, which 'increases the likelihood that soldiers who do not meet medical deployability requirements may be deployed in violation of one or more policies,' the report concludes.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Report targets Army policy on combat fitness

  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Report targets Army policy on combat fitness'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'There are at least 15 "inadequate, unsynchronized or conflicting" policies governing fitness, which "increases the likelihood that soldiers who do not meet medical deployability requirements may be deployed in violation of one or more policies," the report concludes.'

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Report targets Army policy on combat fitness

  • • Developing quantitative benchmarks and criteria that national forces declared to the Headline Goal have to meet in the field of deployability and training. a process for 'scrutinising, evaluating, and assessing' capabilities is presently employed.

    Archive 2007-02-01

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