Order-of-battle meaning

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The identification, command structure, strength, and disposition of personnel, equipment, and units of an armed force.
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In classical and preindustrial warfare, the scheme and sequence in which units arrived and deployed on the battlefield.
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A tabular analysis of the units, commanding officers, weaponry, etc. of a particular army, naval force, etc.; often, specif., such an analysis for a particular battle or campaign.
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(military) The arrangement of units or other divisions of the armed forces in combat; specifically, the deployment plans of an enemy, or a written record of this. [from 17th c.]
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