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A command in military terminology is an organisational unit for which the individual in military command is responsible. A commander is normally specifically appointed to the role in order to provide a legal framework for the authority bestowed. Naval and military officers have legal authority by virtue of their officer's commission, but the specific responsibilities and privileges of command are derived from the publication of appointment. The US Department of Defense defines command as follows:

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  • Kommando (militärische Dienststelle)
  • Command (military formation)
  • Mando (unidad militar)
  • Commandement militaire
  • コマンド (部隊編成)
  • Dowództwo
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  • En jerarquía militar, un mando es un conjunto de unidades militares o un grupo de personal bajo lasórdenes de un único oficial. Normalmente, un mando tiene un alto grado de formación militar. A veces, un mando puede estar liderado por el Jefe del Estado Mayor.
  • Kommando ist die Bezeichnung für eine Führungsdienststelle in militärisch organisierten Formationen wie Militär, Polizei oder Feuerwehr.
  • Dans le milieu militaire, le commandement désigne l'autorité qui assume les responsabilités intéressant une armée ou des forces armées. Il est formé d'un groupe de personnes, généralement des généraux, dirigeant les opérations militaires, tant sur le plan stratégique que tactique. Un vieux dicton militaire décrit les sentiments mutuels de deux officiers gravissant ensemble les degrés de la hiérarchie : « Lieutenants, amis. Capitaines, camarades. Commandants, collègues. Colonels, rivaux. Généraux, ennemis. »
  • 軍事用語としてのコマンド(英語:Command)は、軍隊における組織の呼称の一つである。その規模や性格には様々なものがある。
  • Dowództwo – zespół ludzi, wraz z dowódcą, zajmujących się kierowaniem formacją wojskową lub zespołem ludzi. Najczęściej stosowane w terminologii wojskowej, rzadziej w terminologii cywilnej.
  • A command in military terminology is an organisational unit for which the individual in military command is responsible. A commander is normally specifically appointed to the role in order to provide a legal framework for the authority bestowed. Naval and military officers have legal authority by virtue of their officer's commission, but the specific responsibilities and privileges of command are derived from the publication of appointment. The US Department of Defense defines command as follows:
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  • En jerarquía militar, un mando es un conjunto de unidades militares o un grupo de personal bajo lasórdenes de un único oficial. Normalmente, un mando tiene un alto grado de formación militar. A veces, un mando puede estar liderado por el Jefe del Estado Mayor.
  • Kommando ist die Bezeichnung für eine Führungsdienststelle in militärisch organisierten Formationen wie Militär, Polizei oder Feuerwehr.
  • Dans le milieu militaire, le commandement désigne l'autorité qui assume les responsabilités intéressant une armée ou des forces armées. Il est formé d'un groupe de personnes, généralement des généraux, dirigeant les opérations militaires, tant sur le plan stratégique que tactique. Un vieux dicton militaire décrit les sentiments mutuels de deux officiers gravissant ensemble les degrés de la hiérarchie : « Lieutenants, amis. Capitaines, camarades. Commandants, collègues. Colonels, rivaux. Généraux, ennemis. »
  • A command in military terminology is an organisational unit for which the individual in military command is responsible. A commander is normally specifically appointed to the role in order to provide a legal framework for the authority bestowed. Naval and military officers have legal authority by virtue of their officer's commission, but the specific responsibilities and privileges of command are derived from the publication of appointment. The US Department of Defense defines command as follows: (DOD) 1. The authority that a commander in the armed forces lawfully exercises over subordinates by virtue of rank or assignment. Command includes the authority and responsibility for effectively using available resources and for planning the employment of, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling military forces for the accomplishment of assigned missions. It also includes responsibility for health, welfare, morale, and discipline of assigned personnel. (DOD) 2. An order given by a commander; that is, the will of the commander expressed for the purpose of bringing about a particular action. (DOD) 3. A unit or units, an organization, or an area under the command of one individual. Also called CMD. See also area command; combatant command; combatant command (command authority).
  • 軍事用語としてのコマンド(英語:Command)は、軍隊における組織の呼称の一つである。その規模や性格には様々なものがある。
  • Dowództwo – zespół ludzi, wraz z dowódcą, zajmujących się kierowaniem formacją wojskową lub zespołem ludzi. Najczęściej stosowane w terminologii wojskowej, rzadziej w terminologii cywilnej.
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