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Combined Loyalist Military Command         
PRO-UK NORTHERN IRISH PARAMILITARY
The Combined Loyalist Military Command is an umbrella body for loyalist paramilitary groups in Northern Ireland set up in the early 1990s, recalling the earlier Ulster Army Council and Ulster Loyalist Central Co-ordinating Committee.
Command (military formation)         
MILITARY ORGANIZATIONAL UNIT UNDER THE RESPONSIBILITY OF A MILITARY COMMANDER
Command Control Center; Military command
A command in military terminology is an organisational unit for which a military commander is responsible. Commands, sometimes called units or formations, form the building blocks of a military.
Heng Shan Military Command Center         
Heng Shan Military Command Center () is an underground tri-service command center in Dazhi, Zhongshan District, Taipei, Taiwan. It is the highest level military command center in Taiwan during peace and war.
Examples of use of Combined Loyalist Military Command
1. By Times Online Some of the key episodes in the peace process since the IRA announced its historic ceasefire almost 11 years ago÷ AUGUST 31, 1''4÷ the IRA announces a "complete cessation of military operations". OCTOBER 13, 1''4÷ the Combined Loyalist Military Command announces ceasefires by the UDA/UFF, UVF and Red Hand Commando.
2. He dismissed claims that both organisations had re–formed the Combined Loyalist Military Command, the umbrella body that helped to bring about the 1''4 loyalist ceasefires. ‘We are acting on our own, but I am certain the UDA is thinking on the same lines.