demobilize

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demobilize

noun cure, curtail, deactivate, disarm, disband, disengage, fix, limit, reduce, remedy, sever, stop
Associated concepts: demobilize forces involved in an armed conflict
See also: disarm, disband, discharge, dismiss, disorganize, dissociate, dissolve, separate
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According to the Minister, this project will address all the existing problems units-by-units with the participation of demobilized servicemen, give solutions to them and ensure maximum transparency and accountability in the army.
But when payments of demobilized soldiers ended in 1996 and employment creation programs were completed in mid-1997, the reintegration process was declared successful by the major observers, and the international donors turned its attention to more developmental issues (Alden 2002, 342; Schafer 2007, 130-138).
Crews there also are being demobilized, with full containment expected by Saturday.
Using radio and television messages, posters, flyers, and t-shirts, in 2006, CONADER conducted extensive public education campaigns that informed the military that child soldiering is illegal, and attempted to dissuade children from joining armed groups and convince families and communities to reintegrate demobilized children.
Additionally, some 36,000 Soldiers from about 700 units have been mobilized and demobilized from Fort McCoy, one of the Army's 15 power-projection platforms, since Sept.
In March, US Ambassador William Wood noted that the whereabouts of the fighters who supposedly demobilized in November are unknown.
Once the company finishes erecting the modules into place and equipment is demobilized, there will not be a trace of the full-fledged precast operation that cast the cells.
Paramilitaries, who supposedly demobilized, continue to operate, Posada said.
The captain wanted to be demobilized yet remain a reservist assigned to her current unit.
Rules against politicking by service members on active duty will prevent him from performing any of the duties of his office until he is demobilized.
Reading, England, native served seven years in the British Army, including World War II; he eventually was demobilized as the youngest major in the service.
Despite this, many countries continue to focus on the economic and social reintegration of demobilized force members into society.