Examples of decommission in a Sentence
Several military bases are scheduled to be decommissioned.
The government is decommissioning the nuclear power plant.
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The Finnish military is looking to replace its fleet of 62 Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornet jets, which are to be decommissioned in 2025.
Most of the Minuteman II sites — including all of the Missouri sites — were decommissioned some 20 years ago.
The process of decommissioning the reactors is expected to take 40 years, and cost about $72 billion, according to an estimate from the Japanese government.
The payments will cover the loss of cash generation from assets that are being or will be decommissioned, Centrica’s chief executive officer Iain Conn said on a conference call with analysts.
Some experts have estimated that if Britain leaves Euratom and the device is decommissioned, the loss in funding could run to hundreds of millions of dollars.
The Korean War ended, radar was improved, and the watchtower was decommissioned in 1954.
In public comments, Moon has suggested decommissioning other nuclear plants at the end of their initial licenses as well halting new projects in order to cut nuclear’s share of South Korea’s energy mix by nearly one-half.
There are 8.4 million people living with a 50-mile radius of the plant, which is in the process of being decommissioned.
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