Air Force Logistics Command
Air Force Space Command
Air Transport Command
Allied Command Channel
Allied High Command
amphibious command ship
Army Air Forces Training Command
Army Cadet Command
Army Combined Arms Support Command
Army Command and General Staff College
Army Forces Command
Army Training and Doctrine Command Analysis Center
Basic Command Unit
Border Protection Command
chain of command
College of Naval Command and Staff
command and control
command and control regulation
command and service module
command chief master sergeant
command control language
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1 give an authoritative order.
2 have authority over; be in charge of (a unit): he commanded a battalion at Normandy.
3 dominate (a strategic position) from a superior height: the two castles commanded the harbor.
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