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interdiction

[‚in·tər′dik·shən]
(ordnance)
The prevention or destruction of, or interference with, enemy movements, communications, and lines of communication, as by gunfire, shelling, or bombing.

interdiction

Air operations aimed at diverting, disrupting, delaying, or destroying the enemy's surface military potential before it can be used effectively against friendly forces. Basically, the operations are aimed at preventing the enemy's reserves and logistics from joining up with the first echelon forces.
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