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Mission may refer to:
- Mission (grape), a variety of grape
- Mission (olive), a variety of olive
- Mission fig, a variety of fig
Government and military
- Bolivarian Missions, series of social programs created during Hugo Chávez's rule of Venezuela
- Diplomatic mission, a diplomatic outpost in a foreign territory
- Space mission, the launch of craft into outer space
- Sortie or combat mission, a deployment or dispatch of a military unit
- Mission (album), the second album from UK ska punk band Jesse James
- "Mission" (song), from the album Hold Your Fire by Rush
- Combat Mission (series), a series of computer games simulating tactical battles
- The Mission (1986 film), with Robert De Niro.
- Mission (Los Angeles Metro station), metro station in Los Angeles
- Mission, British Columbia, district municipality
- Mission, Calgary, neighbourhood in Calgary, Alberta
- Mission, California, former town in Yuba County
- Mission, Delaware
- Mission, Kansas
- Mission, Oregon
- Mission, South Dakota
- Mission, Texas
- Okanagan Mission, a neighbourhood of the City of Kelowna, BC, Canada, commonly called "the Mission"
- Mission District, San Francisco, a neighborhood in San Francisco, California, U.S.A. commonly called "The Mission"
- Mission Viejo, California
- Mission (station), a base of missionary practice
- Mission (Christianity), Christian missionary movement
- Mission (LDS Church), administrative area of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
- Mission, a British loudspeaker manufacturer owned by International Audio Group
- Mission statement, a formal short written statement of an organization's value proposition
- Mission Style Furniture, a style of furniture that originated in the late 19th Century
- Indigenous church mission theory, foreign missionaries create well-organised churches and then hand them over to local converts
- La Mission (disambiguation)
- The Mission (disambiguation)
- Spanish missions in California
- Timeline of Christian missions
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