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strategic

[strə′tē·jik]
(ordnance)
Of or pertaining to military measures or actions taken against the enemy's war-making effort.
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I think the Gold command at Portishead is coordinating the emergency response and I've seen myself but there are lessons to learn.
A section of the ground floor has also been equipped to become a 'gold command' centre should a terrorist or other major incident occur.
"We looked at the option of the X-rep and there was a decision from Gold Command that Taser would be used as a preemptive strike in the circumstances that Moat looked on the verge of shooting himself."
It includes: Design and cost a "snow kit" for every school, including two grit bins; Full review of the routes it should pre-treat with salt; Adding ploughs to parks and highways tractors; "Gold Command" to be developed further for future events, where core staff are briefed by the chief executive and having a small council team kept constantly in the loop; Fitting GPS to the salting fleet; A daily update will now go to councillors about salting, ploughing and other treatments on a ward-byward basis; Plan to use more Twitter/Facebook updates to tell people about salting/road closures etc.
It's a big concern, these command and control issues." MFRS spokesman Peter Rushton said: "We're required to have one person available for Gold Command within an hour.
"When I visited gold command on that day it was clear to me that the overwhelming sense was of your commitment to protecting the public as well as facilitating people's right to demonstrate peacefully."
The shock claim from a passer-by has prompted a high-level investigation by Scotland Yard's "Gold Command".
"At 105 0 hrs on Thursday 7/ 7/0 5, West Midlands Police set up Gold Command to co-ordinate the force response to terrorist attacks in London," they state.