Definition of commo in English:

commo

Syllabification: com·mo
Pronunciation: /ˈkämō
 
/

noun

US informal
Communication, especially as a departmental function in an organization.
More example sentences
  • Another method that can help them understand how the unit fights is talking to the communications platoon sergeant or commo chief.
  • Single infantry platoons could have provided enough security at these spots and enough commo to prevent the kind of demoralizing events we've seen on TV.
  • Some technologies - such as commo and night-vision gear - can make a big difference.

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