combined operation

noun
a military operation carried out cooperatively by two or more allied nations or a military operation carried out by coordination of sea, land, and air forces
Hypernyms: ↑operation, ↑military operation

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noun
1. : a military operation in which several allies coordinate their armed forces to accomplish a single mission, effect a defense, or gain some other goal
2. Britain : an often amphibious operation requiring the coordinated efforts of two or more services — often used in pl

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