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Debouchment

 

a term signifying the emergence of troops from a defile (a ravine, mountain pass, etc.) or from some kind of area affording concealment (a forest, village, etc.) into a more open area, where it is possible to deploy to engage in battle. The Soviet armed forces do not use the term “debouchment.”

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