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What does MOVORD stand for?

MOVORD stands for Movement Order

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  • Military and Government

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Recommended Personnel The following list describes the recommended personnel and associated duties found in the brigade engineer cell while conducting operations in Afghanistan: Brigade Engineer (officer in charge of engineer cell) * Provides engineer input for warning orders (WARNOs), fragmentary orders (FRAGOs), operations orders (OPORDs), movement orders, and deployment orders.
People accept that all the changes like movement orders are part of their lives and they just get on with it.
The family of the bride is a very highly organised business unit and we were supplied with endless maps, movement orders of the sort readily recognisable to any ex-military person, which were guaranteed to get the wrong units in the wrong place at the wrong time.
In another office, a contractor created supply movement orders for equipment, while at the hospital, a civilian was reviewing and updating shot records.
``He would not have been 21 until next February, at which point I would have applied for a movement order and the lifer unit would have made a decision about where he would be moved on his 22ndbirthday.