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Redirect vs. Disambiguation vs. Unreferenced and confusing article
@Flanderseggbaron:, earlier today you changed this page from a redirect pointing to Termination of employment to an article which did not cite any sources, and, quite frankly, did not make a ton of sense. I realized that the term has at least two uses, so instead of reverting back to the redirect I turned it into a disambiguation page. The way you are attempting to use the term, in a fire and rescue context, could well be a valid use and a valid entry on the disambiguation page, if there was an article for it to point to. I suggest turning this back into a disambiguation page, and if you can provide sources for its use in the fire and rescue context, creating a new article, Stand down (fire and rescue). ~ ONUnicorn(Talk|Contribs)problem solving 21:09, 8 September 2015 (UTC)