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Military speak for the daily/weekly meetings, briefs, and products that must be delivered/attended.

Very popular among those O-5 and above. It makes them feel more tactical in the rigmarole to which they subject themselves and their subordinates. Also very popular in staff work, but is still making its way down to smaller units.

Most of the heavy lifting that maintains the "battle rhythm" is accomplished by junior officers who begrudgingly make it happen.

A true sign of bloated bureaucracy that would hopefully be discarded in the event of a war for survival, not interests.
CO: "I like this PowerPoint slide you created depicting the current baby duck force laydown, we should add that to our battle rhythm. I want to see it every Wednesday by 1600."
LT: "Aye sir."
by LT Shmuckatelly November 23, 2013
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