ComPhibLant, also seen as COMPHIBLANT, was an approved
U.S. Navyabbreviation or acronym for "Commander, Amphibious (forces), Atlantic (Ocean)" during World War II.
Amphibious forces under the command of "ComPhibLant" are known as PhibLant or PHIBLANT.
* [http://www.history.navy.mil/books/OPNAV20-P1000/S.htm PhibLant]
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