Transwiki:Stand up (military)

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Template:Copy to Wiktionary list Stand up or stand-up in a military sense, is United States military terminology or jargon which means to formally activate and commission a unit, formation or command structure. The inverse would be to "stand down" the unit, which means to deactivate or decommission it.

The term can be used in a verb sense, "to stand up," past tense "stood up," but it can also be used as a noun, such as to attend the "stand up" (ceremonies), or to prepare for the "stand up" (process) of a unit. For example:

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