Top Definition
Similar to 'boots on the ground,' 'suits on the ground' means that the CIA or other clandestine non-military organizations are operating in a foreign country.
We about to invade Whatever-istan because there are suits on the ground.

Anne: In order to win the war we have decimate the country with 'boots on the ground'.
Bob: No we can just overthrow the dictator with 'suits on the ground'.
by Dick McBallsux October 14, 2013

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