redeploy

[ree-di-ploi] Military.
verb (used with object)
1.
to transfer (a unit, a person, supplies, etc.) from one theater of operations to another.
2.
to move or allocate to a different position, use, function, or the like; reassign.
verb (used without object)
3.
to execute a redeployment.

Origin:
1940–45; re- + deploy

redeployment, noun
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redeploy (ˌriːdɪˈplɔɪ)
 
vb
to assign new positions or tasks to (labour, troops, etc)
 
rede'ployment
 
n

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Example sentences
They are therefore good at capturing the one-off gains that might arrive from a
  redeployment of the economy's resources.
It shows that our much vaunted linguistic skills are more the result of genetic
  redeployment than out-and-out innovation.
Withdraw combat brigades at the pace of one to two per month and complete
  redeployment within sixteen months.
Cash redeployment remains a key priority and various alternatives are being
  evaluated.
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