Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of station.
  • noun the putting in a place to perform military duty

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Marines responded by again stationing a full battalion in the area, Battalion 3/25, a reserve unit from Ohio.

    The Road to Haditha

  • The Marines responded by again stationing a full battalion in the area, Battalion 3/25, a reserve unit from Ohio.

    The Road to Haditha

  • No one is arguing for the long - term stationing of forces, so why don't we talk now about how long we expect them to be there.

    CNN Transcript Apr 14, 2004

  • The other day one of our officers, in stationing his pickets, said to one of them, 'Well, sit down on the end of that log there for the present, until you get the lay of the land a little, and see what is going on,' and then went on stationing his detail.

    The Pickets Before Petersburg

  • What happens in Iraq, going forward, will be determined by Iraqis, which by the way is the other flaw in COIN strategy - it presupposes a sovereign government is willing to go along with the long-term stationing of US troops in their country.

    democracyarsenal.org

  • "My position has been: Let's get started as soon as we can with the training rotations, while the longer-term stationing ... is decided between the two governments," Gen. Hamm said in an interview.

    WSJ.com: What's News US

  • What happens in Iraq, going forward, will be determined by Iraqis, which by the way is the other flaw in COIN strategy - it presupposes a sovereign government is willing to go along with the long-term stationing of US troops in their country.

    democracyarsenal.org

  • What happens in Iraq, going forward, will be determined by Iraqis, which by the way is the other flaw in COIN strategy - it presupposes a sovereign government is willing to go along with the long-term stationing of US troops in their country.

    The Washington Note

  • The US is also planning to enlarge facilities at Bagram airbase and develop facilities for long-term stationing of US and NATO troops in Afghanistan, and raise and train an expanded Afghan National Army.

    Opinion Source: Delivering summaries of editorial and op-ed pieces from major papers by email.

  • China's treaty obligations with Great Britain, which required her to preserve peace and order throughout that vast territory, but she did not contemplate the idea of stationing an unlimited number of soldiers in Tibet.

    The Fight for the Republic in China

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