Entry from British & World English dictionary
A room from which military or police operations are directed.
- A force spokesman said the operations rooms received 1,164 calls between 10 pm and 6am the following day.
- ‘There is a main data base computer in one of the operations rooms, but only Darren and the higher officials were allowed access to it,’ Rachel said shooting down the idea.
- The new systems will be fitted to the bridges and operations rooms of Navy warships for the electronic planning, monitoring and recording of voyages.
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