Task-force



noun
1.
Navy, Military. a temporary grouping of units under one commander, formed for the purpose of carrying out a specific operation or mission.
2.
a group or committee, usually of experts or specialists, formed for analyzing, investigating, or solving a specific problem.
noun
1.
a temporary grouping of military units formed to undertake a specific mission
2.
any semipermanent organization set up to carry out a continuing task

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