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Mission may refer to:


Government and military[edit]

  • Bolivarian Missions, a 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", a song from the album Hold Your Fire by Rush
  • Combat Mission, a series of computer games simulating tactical battles
  • The Mission, a 1986 drama film set in colonial South America



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