Although his movement orders haven't come yet, he is expected to be moved down south to Tamil Nadu.
What does MO stand for?
MO stands for Movement Orders
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 28 other meanings of MO in our Acronym Attic
- Moral Obligation
- Morbid Obesity
- Morocco (Including Ifni)
- Morpholino antisense Oligonucleotide
- Morse (nautical)
- Mortal Online (gaming)
- Mostar (auto registration for Mostar, Bosnia)
- Mostly Orthogonal
- Motor Oil
- Mouse (medical research specimen)
- MU Online (gaming)
- Multiple Osteochondromas (disorder)
- Munitions Operations
- Musa-Okumoto (logarithmic Poisson method)
- Myst Obsession (gaming website)
- Philip Morris (stock symbol)
- Missouri Section American Water Works Association
- Morris Peterson (NBA player)
- Mission Operations and Data Analysis
- Mission Operations and Data Systems Directorate (NASA GFSC)
Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
Operation, mobilization, demobilization, and movement orders.
In another office, a contractor created supply movement orders for equipment, while at the hospital, a civilian was reviewing and updating shot records.
The Red Army sometimes knew movement orders to German units in the field within hours of their release to German commanders.
Although nearly a month remained before departure, the ship movement orders were issued immediately," which would suggest that the conversation took place around 15 August.
Trucks of livestock were sent to his premises with movement orders stating that they had to be slaughtered within 24 hours.